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  • The Government

    by Peter Gulgowski

    Fifty years ago, the government was taken over by a new world power called The Second Founding Fathers. In that time, they also began the extermination of the undesirables.

    Now, in the present, a country led by Gloria Chambers allows for only the desirables to live. The others are sent to massive extermination camps where they are disposed of to cleanse society.

    Aria, Ethan, and Zeke are three teenagers who are being held in a detention zone located in modern-day Chicago... more

  • The Alienation of Courtney Hoffman

    by Brady Stefani
    Alien visitors? Fifteen-year-old Courtney Hoffman is determined not to go insane like her crazy grandfather did—right before he tried to drown her when she was seven. But something is happening to her. She’s being visited in her bedroom at night by aliens who claim to have shared an alliance with her now-dead grandfather. And Courtney knows that aliens aren’t real, which means she must be going crazy. And her mother has zero tolerance for craziness. Then Courtney meets Agatha Kirlich, a myster... more
  • MIMIC: An African Horror Story

    by Angel Berry

    Spooky story anyone? Africans stowed away on a slave ship are stalked by ancient evil... Bohlale was the beginning of her bloodline's curse. Trickery and murder were her sins, and the Mimic, desperate to collect the blood offering vowed to it, accidentally crosses the path of an equally malevolent evil that now wants to claim Bohlale for her own, but as the two forces collide, the fate of Bohale's soul hangs in the balance as the other inhabitants of the ship will gladly sacrifice the... more

  • At Water's Edge

    by S McPherson
    When 17-year-old, Dezaray Storm drunkenly stumbles across a portal one night, her downtrodden life begins to change, mainly because she starts living someone else's life. Accidently trading places with the most powerful sorceress of the realm Coldivor, Dezaray finds herself assuming the identity of her magical lookalike, having to convince everyone in the realm that she's the real deal. Aside from a few minor hiccups along the way, like the fact that she is not magical nor does she know e... more
  • Invisible Symbiosis

    by Folco Chevallier

    Leo Cameron, Silicon Valley genius on the verge of launching a revolutionary Artificial Intelligence, jumps one night from the Golden Gate Bridge for no reason. Months later, he wakes up from a coma with a new heart and no memory of what happened.

    Even worse, his personality has changed drastically. Pressured by his partner and shareholders to recover his memory as soon as possible and finish his project, Leopold discovers that he has absorbed the character traits of his heart donor - a... more

  • The Last Bastion of Civilization: Japan 2041, a Scenario Analysis

    by Andrew Blencowe
    The Last Bastion of Civilization is a scenario analysis in the form of a series of letters and essays from various intellectuals and leading figures written in 2041. Extrapolating from present day events, it chronicles the rise of Japan as the leading superpower of the world by examining relevant economic, cultural, and technological advancements. Coupled with the rise of Japan is the fall of Western society in the wake of massive riots, depressions, and an overall decline in the quality of life... more
  • Box of Bones

    by jeremy bates
    TIME IS RUNNING OUT Jim is an American expat teaching English in the Philippines. After a night out with his girlfriend in one of the country's remote provinces, he wakes to find himself in a pitch-black coffin--and quickly running out of oxygen. With only his cell phone and his own wits to rely on, it's a race against time to escape the claustrophobic death trap.
  • The Orphans

    by Matthew Sullivan
    A group of teens, connected through the deaths of their parents, are thrust into a secret battle of good and evil. But before they can even hope to save the day, they must first overcome their own inner demons.
  • Perils of a misplaced time traveler

    by J. M. Russell
    Crystal Milbury, a tourist from 2124, dies in transport, but her brain patterns travel on to 1972, taking residence in a lightning-struck Boston Terrier. In a desperate effort to find and rescue her, the New Cheese time travel agency unwittingly sets off a series of harebrained misadventures. Crystal will need to survive a shotgun-wielding madwoman, a dog-napping eleven-year-old, and her own murderous husband before she can return, preferably alive. And human.
  • Reflection: Book One

    by W. Scott Causey
    By the year 2126, CEO Carlton Ferguson and his immensely powerful corporation have already introduced the world to Reflection Technology, a means to view any event that has happened in a previous 48-hour window. Effectively ridding the world of crime, the technology is far too valuable for society to abandon, but too dangerous for one person to control. Still, Carlton is determined that he (and he alone) should hold the key to this Pandora’s Box and finds himself in a battle to keep what is hi... more
  • Blast of the Dragon's Fury

    by LRW Lee
    Video games don’t train you for real-world dragon fighting. 100+ five-star reviews. Experience it for yourself! Andy Smithson just found out how much the zap of a wizard's curse can sting. But after an epically bad day, he finds wizards are the least of his problems. An otherworldly force draws him to a medieval world where fire-breathing dragons, deranged pixies, and vengeful spirits are the way of things. Trading his controller for a sword of legend, Andy embarks upon an epic quest to... more
  • Called Warrior

    by EJ McCay
    Sixteen year old MacKenzie Bryan has your typical problems. You know, parents, boys, angels with special deliveries, homework, demons delivering cryptic messages, and…hold on, wait. Doesn’t every teenager have to balance doing their homework while fighting the rising dark forces in a new town while still making it home before curfew? If the demons don’t kill her, her father will.
  • The Chosen's Descent

    by J. Walker

    For millennia on the world of Hecsignum’s northernmost continent, Debanon, the realm has thrived on an ancient rite known as The Call where one gifted with magic is annually sacrificed to bring fertility to the cold land. Those who give their lives for the ritual are highly praised and respected.

     

    Yet the year’s chosen, Junior Mage Mathea, abandons duty and trust upon receiving nightly warnings from an enigmatic dream stalker who leads her to proof the rite is al... more

  • Trouble By Any Other Name

    by Lori L MacLaughlin
    Tara Triannon is no stranger to trouble. She's yet to find an enemy her skill with a sword couldn't dispatch. But how can she fight one that attacks through her dreams? With her nightmares worsening, Tara seeks answers but finds only more questions. Then her sister, Laraina, reveals a stunning secret that forces Tara to go to the one place Tara's sworn never to return to. Her troubles multiply when Jovan Trevillion, the secretive soldier of fortune who stole her heart, is mentally tortured by... more
  • Sunbolt (The Sunbolt Chronicles Book 1)

    by Intisar Khanani
    The winding streets and narrow alleys of Karolene hide many secrets, and Hitomi is one of them. Orphaned at a young age, Hitomi has learned to hide her magical aptitude and who her parents really were. Most of all, she must conceal her role in the Shadow League, an underground movement working to undermine the powerful and corrupt Arch Mage Wilhelm Blackflame. When the League gets word that Blackflame intends to detain—and execute—a leading political family, Hitomi volunteers to help the fam... more
  • The Peerless Seer's War

    by B.S. Gibbs

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