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  • Scorpio Season and Us: Horror Anthology Volume 1

    by C Darnell
    Let the children lead the way but Gabby is now asking, "Whose leading the children and where is he taking them?" Simon Says Mukbang...is a story about the games children play and the demons that play with them. Sister Trudy in the story Teach One, Save One would have warned Gabby as she has been trying to warn the people around her for years. Time is running out and the gates of hell continue to open more day-by-day. Are the cringe-worthy descriptions of a burning hell enough to save them in tim... more
  • What the Farmer Told the Bard

    by Paul Cornell Du Houx
    Runes in the Shakespeare monument? In a world where people become living avatars through accretions of their "cybertype" by watching their personalized Orpheus Chronicles, one individual is suspected to be the Return of the Christ. A computer scientist has developed a truth-seeking path-finder so revolutionary that a race to identify whether he is "the One" builds into a global crisis. Shakespeare's pagan gods emerge from a monument to the Bard, encoded in runes, as the planet slides into cha... more
  • Peacemaker

    by E.M. Hamill
    Third-gender operative Dalí Tamareia thought their life as an ambassador ended when they joined a galactic intelligence agency. When they’re yanked out of the field and tapped to negotiate the surrender of deadly bio-engineered warriors who crashed into hostile territory, Dalí is thrust headfirst back into the tumultuous world of galactic diplomacy—but the Shontavians may not be the biggest monsters at the table.
  • Candlewicke 13: Under the Crescent Moon: Book Three of the Candlewicke 13 Series

    by Milan Sergent
    Guided by a prophecy conjured by their secret coven of Sorcerers, Valor McRaven and his sister, Doomsy Gloomsy, return to Mystic City where they are being hunted. While trying to become apprentices of magic at Mystic Steeples, they battle ghosts connected to their past in a haunted mansion, investigate mysterious murders and disappearances, meet many suspicious witches who try to control them, and travel back in time through a book that seems to be steering them closer to the truth of the Great ... more
  • 978-1-951964-00-9

    by John Wilker
    Wil Calder and the crew of the Ghost are back for another adventure. They've been hired by the CEO of Tralgot to escort her to a secret summit of the most powerful executives in the Galactic Commonwealth. Things, of course, don't go smoothly and now the crew and the client have to stop a corporate war from erupting.
  • Tales from the Gray Area

    by Curtis Stephen Burdick
    An anthology consisting of seven novellas in the vein of an elevated, "Twilight Zone". Sci-fi genre dominates but fantasy, occult, and comedy are also mixed in as well. Novella titles: “Reincarnated”, “Bottom Dwellers”, “Alien Addiction”, “Discoveries at River View”, “Sorceress”, “Vacation from Hell”, and “Sanctuary”.
  • Gidjie and the Wolves

    by Tashia Hart

    Gidjie is an Anishinaabe girl who lives near the shore of Lake Superior. Her best friend is an opossum. Her grandmother is an expert baker, traveling animal medic, and part-time bird.

    Join Gidjie as she embarks on a life-changing journey to uncover the whereabouts of her missing wolf aunt; prodded on by dancing foxes, a tiny man on a floating island, and unexpected friendships.

    “Gidjie and the Wolves” is the first book in the Intermediaries, a middle grad... more

  • Rainwalkers

    by Matt Ritter
    Rainwalkers immerses the reader in a profoundly disquieting, near-future world where the weather is deadly. This much-anticipated climate fiction novel exposes the problems with border walls, tyrannical governments, and man’s attempts to dominate nature all within an unforgettable story of a father’s undying love and his struggle to rescue his daughter in a precarious future that could be our own.
  • Under Another Sun

    by D.M. Siciliano
    A crack in time saves 99 But what do those ominous words mean? Ray is about to find out, whether he’s ready or not. His ‘deceased’ twin sister, Ravynn, is warning him of impending disaster, but Ray can’t seem to convince himself, or his wife, that he’s not crazy. But Ray isn’t the only one communicating with his sister. Ravynn’s surviving daughter, Amelia, seems to know things that defy reason, in a time when reason is slowly slipping away. When Ray’s brother-in-law offers evidence of someth... more
  • The Survivors

    by L. A. White
    Life After War is a dark fantasy series that chronicles the survival of humanity when a global nuclear war splits the remaining populations and pits them against each other in an epic battle for control of everything. Book One brings the survivors together and starts a chain reaction that will either save the world or finish destroying it.
  • Cold Iron Heart: A Wicked Lovely Novel

    by Melissa Marr
    In this prequel to the international bestselling WICKED LOVELY series (over a million copies sold), the Faery Courts collide a century before the mortals in Wicked Lovely are born. Thelma Foy, a jeweler with the Second Sight in iron-bedecked 1890s New Orleans, wasn’t expecting to be caught in a faery conflict. Tam can see through the glamours faeries wear to hide themselves from mortals, but if her secret were revealed, the fey would steal her eyes, her life, or her freedom. So, Tam doesn’t r... more
  • Oni-Waka

    by Nisa Ryan
    Fourteen-year-old Marco Torres-Watanabe is the bearer of the cursed sword called Oni-waka. Having run away from home, Marco awakens to find himself in a world overrun by yokai – Japanese monsters of myth and legend. With the Oni Lord, Ibaraki, hounding him for the sword, Marco finds himself embroiled in a supernatural battle that he never intended to start much less seek to finish. With the help of a tengu warrior and a sly kitsune, Marco must save this world from the clutches of evil while a... more
  • Herald

    by Lee Hunt

    Robert thought becoming a dynamicist would enable him to change the world, starting with saving all his friends from being slaughtered. He was wrong.

    Acts of genuine creativity used to bring mortal punishment. But now, wizardry is dead and Robert, Koria and Eloise live in a world where change and invention is possible.

    Robert hopes that mathematically-framed dynamics will enable him to change the new world. But he keeps having prophetic dreams where his friends a... more

  • Dynamicist

    by Lee Hunt

    Would it kill you to create something genuinely new? In Robert’s world, it used to.

    Divine retribution for invention is now a thing of the past. Young, optimistic, quick of mind and quick to act, Robert thinks being invited to the New School is an invitation to change the world.

    Nothing is as simple as it first seems, least of all change. Robert is surprised and frustrated by everything from his classmates Koria and Eloise stalking him, to protestors claimi... more

  • Evah & the Unscrupulous Thwargg

    by Longoria Wolfe

    A young girl, haunted by visions and strange phenomena, discovers her connection to a mystical tribe vanquished at the hands of the ruling technological race. The tribe may reemerge through her but she must navigate through their system of control and murder.

  • The Revolution of the Freedom Finders

    by Andi Evan
    The Good People of the United World have fallen victim to the leaders they look to for protection. They are isolated from the outside world and deprived of clean air, fresh food and freedom of choice. A small group, calling themselves The Revolution of the Freedom Finders, decides to fight back against the oppression. An army primarily made up of children who lost their parents to the violence of The World Militia, they are fueled by a prophecy and supported by allies from worlds along The Porta... more

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