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  • The Other Lamb

    by Katie Young
    Incarcerated on Earth as punishment for breeding with humans, the Watchers found a way to escape. Zach is living proof of that…even though someone has cut out his heart. When Zach turns eighteen he develops an insatiable thirst for blood, but he tries to bury his fears and go on enjoying his birthday. His best friend Kim has scored them tickets to the hottest gig in town. But a charged encounter with his idol, the enigmatic rock star known as Grigory, leads to a revelation that shatters every... more
  • Yea Though I Walk

    by J.P. Sloan
    "Never leave a devil without puttin' it in the dirt." \t~ First Law of the Godpistols. Gunning down the heathen monsters of the untamed West is the calling of the Godpistols, and may be Linthicum Odell's only path to redemption. A Union Army deserter, Odell figures he has plenty of sin to atone for. As he has yet to earn the Godpistols' trust, they send Odell on a thankless errand to Gold Vein, a mining town with two afflictions: a corrupt local justice named Lars Richterman, and a horde of c... more
  • The Krakow Klub (Mylean Universe Chronicles Book 2)

    by Philip C. Elrod

    The story of one man’s attempt to live a normal life, even though he is not normal.

    The United States government is under siege. A secretive cabal of super rich elitists, The Krakow Klub, has initiated the final phase of its long range plan to take over the USA from within. They have achieved control of the Presidency and the military. Their puppet in the White House has declared martial law. The Congress, The Supreme Court and many other political leaders not un... more

  • The Curse Servant

    by J.P. Sloan
    The one person standing between Hell and an innocent girl is a man without a soul. A regular life isn't in the cards for Dorian Lake, but with his charm-crafting business invigorated, and the prospect of a serious relationship within his grasp, life is closer to normal than Dorian could ever expect. In the heat of the Baltimore mayoral campaign, Dorian has managed to balance his arrangements with Deputy Mayor Julian Bright with his search to find his lost soul. Dorian soon learns of a Netherwork... more
  • The Curse Merchant

    by J.P. Sloan
    Dorian Lake spent years cornering the Baltimore hex-crafting market, using his skills at the hermetic arts to exact karmic justice for those whom the system has failed. He keeps his magic clean and free of soul-corrupting Netherwork, thus avoiding both the karmic blow-back of his practice and the notice of the Presidium, a powerful cabal of practitioners that polices the esoteric arts in America. However, when an unscrupulous Netherworker interferes with both his business and his personal life, ... more
  • Brave New Girls: Tales of Girls and Gadgets

    by Mary Fan
    This collection of sci-fi stories features brainy young heroines who use their smarts to save the day. Girls who fix robots and construct superhero suits, hack interstellar corporations and build virtual reality platforms. Who experiment with alien chemicals and tinker with time machines. Who defy expectations and tap into their know-how—in the depths of space, or the bounds of dystopia, or the not-too-distant future—to solve despicable crimes, talk to extraterrestrials, and take down powerful v... more
  • Mis Medias Sucias son Zombies Locos

    by Charles S. Veiman
    Adrian has a couple of socks that are his favorite, they are his lucky socks however he has failed to take care of them. Then one day something happens that will teach him to never miss a laundry day. Follow Adrian in an adventure of laundromat proportions.
  • February 29th

    by Frank McCaughey
    February 29th is a quirky and chaotic tale of twin brothers. Frank & Jimmy are 12 years old. Their simple lives start to unravel when Frank’s big stupid mouth gets them in real trouble with a mysterious shop keeper called Mr. Blake. They get drawn deeper and deeper into a mysterious world which forces them to face their worst nightmares. Nothing is as it seems. “It is a gift to you but what it gives it takes. And if your greatest dream comes true then your nightmares will surely come true to... more
  • The Colorful Conscience

    by Jeymani Vante R.J.

    Little Erané, who lives in a forest with just her sister and grandmother, ventures into a cave one  day, against her sister’s warnings. Within, she finds a lizard creature—a vestige of a world left ruptured—who entreats her to bring her sister along so it might become human again…

    Meet the inhabitants of The Colorful Conscience, a collection of eleven short-stories dealing with the pains and pleasures of in... more

  • The Citadel: A Mystery at the Heart of Civilization (Song of Citadels) (Volume 1)

    by Kingsley L. Dennis
    The people of C-T live within the shadows of a great Citadel. It protects them from the blazing heat of the two suns that move across the skies overhead. To survive they must live, work, and move amongst the shadows cast by the tall walls of the Citadel. The avenues of C-T have been constructed in layers of neighbourhoods around the mysterious edifice that towers above them from the centre of their lives. Life in C-T is highly regulated, and is organized through specialized guilds. As the namele... more
  • BROKEN BRANCH FALLS

    by Tara Tyler
    Gabe is an average fifteen-year-old goblin. He’s in the marching band, breezes through calculus, and gets picked on daily by the other kids at school, especially the ogres. Gabe is tired of being a goblin – he’d like to try other things. And he has his eye on the new ogress at school. It’s against all beastly rules, but there’s just something about her. When a prank goes wrong, Gabe is forced to join the football team as punishment – but finds a way to make it work. Soon the whole school is g... more
  • The First Man

    by Gavin Frankle

    The Garden of Eden is not what you think it is.

    What you know of Adam and Eve is a lie.

    This is the story of a man who escaped a prison and gave birth to a universe. This is the story of what really happened.

  • Exiled

    by M.E. Wynne
    A worldwide pandemic creates the need for cities to build walls to quarantine the healthy. Those who have caught the virus are tossed outside the walls like trash. This short read follows the parallel stories of one man exiled in the days of the plague before the cure, and another man two hundred years later who seeks his own exile from a bleak and corrupt society. Exiled is a companion story to the novella GLORY by ME Wynne.
  • Glory

    by M.E. Wynne
    WHAT HAVE WE LOST WHEN NO ONE LOSES? The New Texas Storm haven't won a game in two hundred years. Following a worldwide pandemic and The Concord, which brought peace to a troubled post-apocalyptic world, winning was condemned as primitive behavior. But when winger Ledger Dent meets an old coach, he slowly begins to unravel why competition is unacceptable, and realizes more than his personal glory hinges on a victory.
  • Indigenous: Bigfoot People

    by Lyn Murray

    Preface:  Lyn offers this short story novella to Bigfoot enthusiasts – everywhere! Like most of Lyn’s work it is based on actual events (that have been sequestered by authorities) this time involving the mysterious disappearance of four college friends and strange evidence found at the site of their last known whereabouts. Their personal information has been changed to protect the innocent. As Fox Mulder steadfastly proclaimed throughout the X-Files TV series of the 1990s, &l... more

  • Free to Good Home: collected short stories

    by Anne Kelleher
    They love you, they raise you, and then they drive you crazy. What if you could put your parents up for adoption when they do? The title story of this collection considers this most whimsical of what-if's.

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