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  • unvamped

    by Elizabeth Stevens

    Would you accept yourself to find your humanity?

    Ellie Cooper comes from a long line of witches but wishes she could be normal. When she nearly kills herself cursing a vampire, her dislike of her heritage deepens. She must find a way to accept her magic or forsake her family.

    After feeding on a witch, 693-year-old vampire Charles Dumphrey wakes to find he is living a human teenage life, complete with parents, school and girls. He must adjust to his new life as a human an... more

  • The Heathen King

    by Relynn Wicks

    This story is a medieval fantasy set in a cold mountainous kingdom in a time long ago. What makes this story so different is that our main character is a prince born a demigod. He is destined to be king, although he hates the idea of being chained to a throne. He is a trouble maker, picks fights, is rarely happy, and is continuously tested throughout the story. His older brother wants him dead so he may take the throne and is willing to whatever it takes, including murdering their father and ... more

  • Those the Future Left Behind - A Novel

    by Patrick Meisch
    The ever-increasing socioeconomic disparity between people on Earth has grown to the point that governments are now implementing a radical program: submit your life for “Collection” at a young age, and you’ll gain access to immediate wealth―with some strings attached. For many from marginalized communities, this is barely a choice, as they would rather live an abbreviated life fulfilling their dreams than an elongated one scratching out a meager existence in the gutter. Unpackaged from the fi... more
  • Pig Terrorism

    by Todd Mei
    ig Terrorism, involves two worlds on earth—one human and above ground, and one pig and below ground. Pigs evolve to gain a human type consciousness and struggle with finding their own sense of identity and life. Of course, the two worlds collide . . . but in a way that I hope you will find original, compelling, and moving.
  • Horde

    by Bryan Cassiday
    Finding plague victims inside their compound, survivors of the zombie apocalypse suspect that the zombie plague has mutated and is being spread by spores emitted by infected flesh-eating ghouls. People infected by the spores could be asymptomatic carriers. Not only do the survivors have to worry about being bitten by rampaging flesh-eating ghouls but also being infected by inhaling spores emitted by a carrier within their camp. Terrified and suspicious of each other, the victims live in mutua... more
  • The Kingdom of Grape

    by Raimo Strangis
    The Kingdom of Grape is a classic fairy tale and the perfect first chapter book for young readers. Set in the middle ages, a common messenger boy named Donnie Drake, has fallen in love with the beautiful Princess Jane Grape. Her father, King Earl Grape, has arranged for Jane to marry the ruthless Duke the Red. Not only does Jane not love him, she despises him. It is up to Donnie Drake to become a hero and rescue his true love from the evil Duke. The Kingdom of Grape takes you on an unforgettable... more
  • With Little Means

    by Raimo Strangis
    With Little Means, a depiction of the pitfalls of fame and stardom. We all have dreams and aspirations when we are young, but how many of us follow through with them? How many people take the chance and risk it all to follow their dreams? Not many. For most of us, life just seems to get in the way. But what if you had a second chance at it, would you take it?
  • A Diary in the Age of Water

    by Nina Munteanu
    “A Diary in the Age of Water” follows the climate-induced journey of the Earth and humanity through four generations of women, each with a unique relationship to her world and to water. Water plays both metaphoric and literal roles in this allegorical tale of humanity’s final journey from home—where male sterility, heat-shock proteins, horizontal gene transfer, and virgin-births rule a changing world of water securitization through ambitious environmental manipulation (e.g., resurrecting the US ... more
  • Wrath Child

    by Erik Henry Vick

    Let me warn you right now: this story is dangerous. DO NOT RESEARCH THESE EVENTS! Think of it as a story, and nothing more.

    Gavin Gregory often stares into the abyss--that's his job. An elite profiler at the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit, he hunts serial killers for a living. He knows how they behave, how they think, what motivates them. Considered the best at what he does, Gavin goes to investigate when it appears a dormant psychopath has reactivated. The cas... more

  • Star Story Book One: Anchored

    by Jameson Owens
    Ehtlentin is like many cities in the Whole Realm: rotten. Every day, thousands of Uncut orphans die to a disease called the first rot, while hundreds of Once-Cut citizens succumb to the second rot. Only the Twice-Cuts, citizens who can afford the two surgeries necessary to remove the deadly teslac organ from their bodies, survive. Their longevity perpetuates their power, but even they cannot stop the arrival of the Psyperials, inhabitants of the Cracked Realm, who claim the city as they escape t... more
  • Independent Delhi Escorts

    by Jeny Roy
  • Conquer

    by Edward M. Erdelac
    From the pages of Occult Detective Quarterly... CONQUER! Calm, Cool, Collected. In 1976 Harlem, He’s the man you call when your hair stands up… He’s JOHN CONQUER, P.I. From Hoodoo doctors and Voodoo Queens, The cat they call Conquer’s down on the scene! With a dime on his shin and a pocket of tricks, A gun in his coat and an eye for the chicks. Uptown and Downton, Harlem to Brooklyn, Wherever the brothers find trouble is brewin,’ If you’re swept with a broom, or your tracks have b... more
  • Black Bubbles

    by Kelli Owen
    Horror is pessimism at its bleakest. Worst-case scenario. The darker side of reality. The glass half-empty. The situation unfathomable. In Black Bubbles, Kelli Owen presents classic genre tropes—ghosts, murderers, zombies, what you'd expect (sans sharks)—but it's the characters, rather than the tropes, that experience the story, speak of the horrors, and sometimes survive the inevitable. Sometimes. A decades-old crime shocks a family as evidence points to one of their own…An ancient evil hitc... more
  • Burner

    by Robert Ford


    It’s terrifying how quickly everything can be taken away from you. Iris learns this agonizing lesson in the blink of an eye. Her future dreams. Her past life. Everything gone in a storm of pain. But this pain is only the beginning.


    Audrey had the perfect life. Great husband, beautiful daughter, lots of money. Except her husband isn’t the man she thought he was. Her dead husband’s burner phone was bad. The Polaroids were worse. But the secrets sh... more

  • Orange City

    by Lee Matthew Goldberg
    Imagine a secret, hidden city that gives a second chance at life for those selected to come: felons, deformed outcasts, those on the fringe of the Outside World. Everyone gets a job, a place to live; but you are bound to the city forever. You can never leave. Its citizens are ruled by a monstrous figure called the "Man" who resembles a giant demented spider from the lifelike robotic limbs attached to his body. Everyone follows the man blindly, working hard to make their Promised Land stronge... more
  • The Gods of Ahman-Tahk, the Prologue

    by Maria Mathis

    The Gods of Ahman-Tahk, the Prologue is the first book in a series about Tuyouk, an alien warrior who has the misfortune of crossing paths with the evil empress, Belall. When Tuyouk betrays her domineering affection by leading her enemies in a coup, Belall vows to make him suffer. Told hundreds of years later by Tuyouk's younger brother, this story moves between Tuyouk's twisted relationship with Belall on Ahman-tahk to modern day Oakland, California where he continues his war wi... more