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  • Hallelujah

    by F.E. Feeley Jr, Kim Fielding
  • STAZR the World of Z: The Dawn of Athir

    by Anay Ayarovu

    A strange and mystical prophecy was found in the city of Treebarad. On a piece of parchment, old long-forgotten events come back to life, the memory of which was intentionally erased. A mysterious prophecy now gives hope to the twisted ruling race that the power they seek lies behind an ancient gate. On the reverse side of the oracle are coordinates to the location of the Chosen One.

    Lael is an introverted and naive writer who grew up with a book in one hand and a quill in the other. Al... more

  • The Adventures of Rockford T. Honeypot

    by Josh Gottsegen
    As a young boy, shy, bookish Rockford T. Honeypot had dreams of thrilling adventures across the never-ending forest. However, timid of danger and germs, his only adventures were found in books and his imagination. When his family abandons him after a mistake that destroys their hazelnut business, Rockford is launched into a journey that takes him to places he couldn’t have imagined in his wildest dreams. Along the way, Rockford meets a colorful assortment of characters-- from a renowned chef, t... more
  • Sons of Enki

    by JD Stanley

    After a decade in the flaming palace of the Netherworld, destiny throws Kurshram and his protégé, Alan, back into the thick of the pantheon's dysfunctional family drama as She-who-had-no-maker orders Kurshram back to an earth now tearing itself apart.

    Release Date: TBD
    Genre: dark fantasy, paranormal romance, mythology, historical fantasy romance

  • Sin 'til Sunrise

    by Brad Evans
    Sin 'til Sunrise is a supernatural thriller set in the urban horror world of Lazarus Bay. The domed city is the only place in America where vampires, werewolves, and the undead can congregate and live without constant monitoring. With the largest concentration of occult beings in the world, it has become a destination for tourists seeking the thrill of being up close and personal with the monsters. On one of his drunken walkabouts John Chase stumbles across a group of female vampires being held... more
  • The Seer

    by JD Stanley

    In the spirit of Arthurian legend, it’s been thirteen long years since an internal threat instigated a desperate, magical plan with King Manfred’s most trusted friend and Druid advisor, Bronan, when their kindly sovereign’s apparent death left the people of Edenshire vulnerable and an orphaned Princess Brigit as the Druid’s ward. Bronan keeps deliberate distance as Brigit chafes at lessons in ladyship and longs to pick up the sword p... more

  • Blood Runner

    by JD Stanley

    When the world was new The Great Mountain, Enlil, banishes his sister to the Netherworld for taking a lesser as consort. But Sumerian doctor-priest, Kurshram, fights a hard human way through Ereshkigal’s flaming palace to trade his soul and life for the release of his great love. A thousand years later during a temple raid, the blood of slain priests washes into his crypt and reanimates his body while his memories remain locked away with his soul. Only half a man, he thirsts for the... more

  • Dwarf Story

    by Professor W. W. Marplot
    For Arty to miss a day of school, either he is very, very sick or a fairytale-character turf-war has begun in his backyard — such as what begins this particular Wednesday. First, he finds an axe-swinging, bearded, sweaty warrior Dwarf scaring his dogs. Soon enough, Emma, Cry and other middle-school friends also find fairy creatures — Elves, Spriggans, Pixies, and a hoped-for dragon — crashing into their normal homework-doing, backpack-carrying, phone-charging schooldays. Why are these magica... more
  • The Corral Ring

    by Thomas Richards
    Sorcery dawned 500 years BCE, but did it ever really end? To know what happened, we must return to the middle ages - to a time that birthed legends whom history forgot... For reasons that Ezekiel Stone and Laura Tailor are far from realising, their lives are intertwined with events guided by unseen hands that require the rediscovery of buried history and guarded secrets, to overcome. Alas, getting involved has the potential to make things worse, because what they learn, how, and their resulting... more
  • Deadly Creatures

    by Dan Wickline
    Jimmy Doyle is an honorable man who took a bullet for his country. On his return home to 1950s New York City to become a private detective, he accepts a position with Lucius Fogg, a preeminent occultist. Fogg dabbles in solving macabre crimes, and as his legman, Doyle is thrust deep into the world of the supernatural. He often has to face danger alone, for Fogg never, ever steps outside of his home. When the police ask for Fogg’s help with a series of murders, Doyle is flung head-first into trou... more
  • Her Dark Matter Necklace

    by Robert Albo
    When Alice Blair is accepted to the world-renowned St. Robert’s high school, she figures it must be a mistake. She’s an orphan from the Midwest, alone, with nothing special about her. But on her fifteenth birthday, the headmaster gives her a necklace, and she begins to dream of weird worlds. Alice learns that as she sleeps, her consciousness actually explores the dark matter universe of Thronos, the universal spirit. As he reveals the science of dark matter, the human soul, and other mysteries, ... more
  • Outbreak (The Dark Days Series) by Christopher Cole

    by Artisan Book Reviews & Promotion
    Cities are bombed out ruins and wilderness is humanity’s new home. The undead roam the earth, and the new world order is about the struggle to survive. Sonny Daniels begins an emotional and physical journey of personal survival and protecting those he loves. While survival is a constant struggle, Sonny’s most desperate fight is the struggle preserve some semblance of a compassionate soul. Sonny and his parents are caught in the zombie outbreak in upstate New York. After the passage of the fir... more
  • Bloodline of madness

    by Michael santana
    When your world collapses and everything you know and love is a lie. The only thing to do is go mad, but what if that is the plan from the start. What if your madness is the key to ending the rotting world. Inspired by lovecraftian horror, we follow Franklin as he learns the truth of his existence.
  • Weapons of Mass Disablement

    by Ionah Arbuthnott
    Israel faces an imminent attack by hundreds of thousands of missiles installed by Iran in Lebanon, Syria and Gaza with the aim of destroying Israel and annihilating her people. Israel has a secret weapon which can disable the full arsenal of missiles but Iran discovers the secret and acts to prevent the weapon being deployed . Israel is doomed and needs a miracle to save her.. This comes in the form of a second secret device brought to the Israelis by an Australian woman on behalf of her friend,... more
  • Split In Time

    by Leisa F Green
    Joe is an eccentric time traveler from a strange and desolate planet who becomes stranded when something detonates on the ship. He soon discovers a stowaway in the wreckage and questions their involvement in the explosion. As he searches for materials to repair the time ship on the unfamiliar planet, he is plagued by memories of his alter-ego, Ralph, and the persistent fear of the unknown on this dark and unpredictable world.
  • Refraction

    by Terry Geo
    Most stories start at the beginning, this one begins at the end, at least for Maria. Events around her death result in the formation of Silicate, a privately funded facility studying the human mind. If you could dream anything into existence, what would it be? Your favourite animated character? A date with a supermodel? Spending time with a lost love? How about an army of soldiers who can’t be harmed? Embark on an epic adventure that spans this life and the next. Discover the secrets hi... more

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