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  • Den of Antiquity

    by Bryce Raffle
    When one thinks of a den, one tends to think of comfort. A cozy room in the house—a quiet, comfortable place, a room for conversation, reading, or writing. One doesn’t tend to think of high adventure, dragons, vampires, airships, or paranormal creatures. And yet, that’s just what you’ll find in these pages. Stories of adventure and mystery! Paranormal, dark, and atmospheric tales! The fantastical and the imaginative, the dystopian and post-apocalyptic, and everything in between!
  • Shattered Blue (The Light Trilogy)

    by Lauren Bird Horowitz
    For Noa and Callum, being together is dangerous, even deadly. From the start, sixteen-year-old Noa senses that the mysterious transfer student to her Monterey boarding school is different. Callum unnerves and intrigues her, and even as she struggles through family tragedy, she’s irresistibly drawn to him. Soon they are bound by his deepest secret: Callum is Fae, banished from another world after a loss hauntingly similar to her own. But in Noa’s world, Callum needs a special human energy, Light... more
  • The Typewriter

    by Wesley Cris
    Melisa dreams of being an author just like her grandfather. To help her pursue this dream her Grandfather allows her to use his old typewriter, while she's staying with him. Even though she would much rather use a computer, Melisa reluctantly agrees to use the typewriter, but this is no ordinary typewriter, it has the ability to think for itself and take control of the person using it. In not very long Melisa soon finds herself The Typewriter's Slave. In order to stop The Typewriter, Melisa mu... more
  • The Three Things

    by Andrea Ruygt
    The Nothing, the Something, and the Everything invite you to come with them on a journey. "Whose way is best?" they ask, as they constantly compare their creative abilities. After testing their talents, will they declare a winner, or will they learn a lesson- one they did not expect would surface?
  • The Dragon Dream

    by Doreen Chalmers
    Ethan, an eight-year-old boy, has dreams of a dragon named Arcana. At first, he was frightened, and then they became best friends. Arcana has troubles on his Dragon Planet. Can Ethan help his friend save his castle and free his people from the wicked King Bama?
  • Eternal Teenage Defenders II

    by R. J. Shannon
    Playgirl Billionaire Rita Rain inherited her father's company, Storm Enterprises. With her invention, the Metabolic Regeneration Chamber, she is making strides in medical technology. Out of the shadows emerges a deadly terrorist organization known as the White Lotus Secret Society. Led by Ligerstaron, they plan to turn Rita Rain's invention into a weapon. After being brutally attacked in her house in midtown, Rita watched helplessly as her son Daniel was kidnapped. She becomes Sonic Woman as she... more
  • Killing It Softly: A Digital Horror Fiction Anthology of Short Stories (The Best by Women in Horror) (Volume 1)

    by Digital Fiction
    Suzie Lockhart and Digital Horror Fiction are thrilled to present 32 chilling tales of terror from some of the best authors in horror. Killing It Softly includes stories from New York Times best selling authors Nancy Holder and Elaine Cunningham, together with more shocking short nightmares from the finest award winning female writers in the genre. Your heart won’t stop pounding as you dig into the pages of this book; from the moment you immerse yourself in the first tale, about a women waking t... more
  • The Sparrow Princess

    by Russell Whitehead
    A quest to find true love puts two brothers and two sisters at odds with one another. When an outsider arrives on the scene with her own axe to grind an innocent child is caught in the middle. Magic and mystery, romance and revenge all play a part in this epic fantasy and family saga novella for MG/YA. Set in the imaginary city of Calandra, "The Sparrow Princess" is a tale about choices made and the unforeseen consequences that come from thoughtlessness and an inability to let go of things that ... more
  • Blood Family

    by Brent Winter
    Divorced technical writer Alex Whitfield lives a life of studied normalcy, in sharp contrast to his deeply dysfunctional family: uncle in prison for arson, half-sister missing after a stint in rehab, father dead by suicide in a psych ward. But Alex's normal life is shattered one night when he finds his half-sister, April, lying in his bathtub with her wrists slashed--until she disappears a few seconds later. Alex is terrified to think he might have inherited his father's madness, but when he ... more
  • The Lifeblood of Ill-Fated Women

    by Kevin James Breaux
    Astrid the White isn’t an average princess. She has always stayed by the side of her father, King Kol, and learned warfare and weaponry from the best Vikings in the land. When she awakens in the city of Birka and hears the sounds of war, she rushes proudly into the fray. She is more than capable of taking down any enemy wishing to disturb the peace. This enemy, however, isn’t what she expected. Before Astrid even gets outside the walls, a golden light knocks her out. She comes to in the ... more
  • Ames: Book One

    by Jeremy Whitehead

    Ames. A thousand cities together could not compare to the immensity of the metropolis that rules its mighty continent. Where silver outlines of the towers reach upward past the clouds yet rooted in the darker depths of the base city. Where multilane freeways burrow for miles twenty lanes across and five or more lanes deep. A city of cities. This is what hundreds of millions call home. This is Ames.

    But the unified city is dividing. Warlords to the north and south have begun to tear it i... more

  • Beacon (Lantern Book 2)

    by Chess Desalls
    When Serah’s life in Havenbrim becomes unbearable, she accepts an apprenticeship with a celestial mechanic and glazier. Her master assigns her the task of opening a globe framed in copper. But the glass and seal are unbreakable. The solution to the puzzle traps Serah inside the globe, and transports her to a world where she longs for home.
  • The Hollows

    by KM Barkley
    Serenity, the lithium addicted teen runaway, couldn't control the reality around her or the vile nature behind the eyes of 'caring' fosters, so she escaped. But for Serenity, escaping meant being wakened to another reality, one of forgotten beasts and discarded myths, living in another world beneath a blanket of perpetual nightfall. Serenity has no fear, no fight or flight; her past has instilled something stronger. But, there are things in The Hollows that feed upon the cruelty of their world, ... more
  • Creatus (The Creatus Series Book 1)

    by Carmen DeSousa

    Derrick is one of the creatus, created beings who have lived on the earth for more than four thousand years. Many questions surround the origin of these sentient beings who are stronger than humans, eat differently, and live longer. But they were created just as we were, maybe even before us. It is from them we obtain our fairy tales--and our nightmares. They are the reason we believe in superheroes--and monsters. Because...they exist.

    In the past, they kept the human race safe from an ... more

  • The Lilac Sky

    by Diana Gardin
    Do you hear me, Isla? Survive." Those are the last words seventeen-year-old Isla hears from her parents. She's placed into a cylinder craft and catapulted through space, saying goodbye to them and her precious, dying Earth. Crash-landing on a foreign planet, Isla stumbles into a striking Troman warrior, Rygen. He is shocked to discover a human deep in the jungles of his planet but with his home in political turmoil, he has no desire to assist the weak creature. Knowing that she’ll neve... more
  • The Forgotten

    by M. Stringfield

    "We are a world divided, with skeletons filling the cracks."

    Evelyn Moore hasn't seen her children since the day they were born. No one in Felicity has. 
     
    From the moment a child is brought into the world they are placed into the arms of a patrol, and sent to live on the other side of the bridge. This is the way it has been for as long as anyone can remember. They say it began with a war so ravenous it split the land in two, creat... more

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