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  • 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.
  • Clay Cross

    by Michael Keyton
    CLAY CROSS is a swirl of Voodoo, Noir, and mangled metaphors, its comic aspects coming from a 1950’s private eye out of his time. When James Finn ran down the priestess daughter of a houngan in a Louisiana bayou, he never imagined the consequences. When Laura Finn begins a search for her husband, the nightmare begins. Laura and James Finn have been transformed into something greater but cruder than their original selves. James Finn finds himself trapped in the persona of Clay Cross, a 1950's c... more
  • The Masked Songbird (Shrike Book 1)

    by Emmie Mears
    Edinburgh accountant Gwenllian Maule is surviving. She’s got a boyfriend, a rescued pet bird and a flatmate to share rent. Gwen’s biggest challenges: stretching her last twenty quid until payday and not antagonising her terrifying boss. Then Gwen mistakenly drinks a mysterious beverage that gives her heightened senses, accelerated healing powers and astonishing strength. All of which come in handy the night she rescues her activist neighbour from a beat-down by political thugs. Now Gwen ... more
  • Any Port in a Storm (Ayala Storme Book 2)

    by Emmie Mears
    After months of training a budding army of human/demon hybrids, Ayala and Carrick have worked out most of their differences. Who gets to use the bathroom first in the morning. Who’ll feed the bunny before they go out to make mayhem. Who gets to keep the jeeling claw they found in Forest Hills. You know, the important stuff. But when Gregor sends them out with their battalion of shades and the mission quickly lands on the wrong side of Ayala’s “don’t kill norms” moral line, she quickly discovers ... more
  • Storm in a Teacup (Ayala Storme Book 1)

    by Emmie Mears
    Mediator Ayala Storme kills demons by night and handles PR by day. She avoids Mediator luncheons and a fellow Mediator who’s been trying to get in her pants for years. She does her job. She keeps her sword clean and her body count high. But when a rash of disappearances leads her to discover that Nashville’s hellkin are spawning a new race of monster on human hosts, Ayala will be the first line of defense against these day-walking killers. That is, until one of them saves her life. Dodging the M... more
  • Fall From Grace (Volume 1)

    by J. Edward Ritchie
    Heaven: a paradise of all that is pure in Creation. Led by brothers Michael and Satanail, the Angelic Host is a testament to cosmic harmony and love. When an unprecedented revelation threatens to uproot their peace, a schism splits the Host's loyalties. Every angel has to make a choice: faith or freedom. Good or evil. Salvation or damnation. War consumes Heaven in the first and most destructive loss of life that Creation will ever know. As brother turns on brother, the fate of both Heaven... more
  • Miles Arthur and the Quest for the King's Scabbard

    by CE Zyburo

    Miles Arthur considers himself a lucky kid – he gets three square meals a day, goes to a nice high school, and lives in a mansion. Problem is, no matter what he eats he remains undersized, he has no friends and is picked on at school, and his foster father runs the huge estate where he lives like a boot camp. His foster brother, Kay, is older, stronger, and gets treated like a prince while Miles suffers silently. But soon, the hand of fate seems to start favoring Miles and when one unex... more

  • Marauders of the Synchronetic Line

    by David J. Barron
    Delve into the world of UFO abduction as you follow the story of a man tortured by serial abductions who is suddenly thrust into a world beyond his comprehension. Old style sci-fi action mixes with gritty adult drama in this tale that incorporates actual historical events and science fiction into one possible reality. See the fierce battles that ensue when human beings retaliate in a secret war against the invaders. Join the Marauders of the Synchronetic Line as they travel those avenues hidden ... more
  • Why is the Moon Following Us?: The Adventures of Lucy and Lulo

    by María Escobedo Cubas
    Lucy loves her Mom and her magic rabbit friend, Lulo. While Mom drives Lucy and Lulo to Grandma’s house, Lucy notices something very strange. The Moon is following them! Lucy has to find out why. She keeps asking everyone they see, but no wants to talk to her! Not her Mom, not the police, not even the ice cream man. Will she have to ask Madame Moon herself? She asks everyone they see, and no one has an answer. It will then begin a journey of perseverance to find her own answers. I... more
  • A Pigeon's Tale

    by S. A. Mahan
    The Big One is coming, the end of this age of man, and it is up to a young homing pigeon named Walter to lead his human friends to safety. Join young Walter Pigeon as he escapes the terrible claws of a one-eyed wildcat, flees to the safety of the 'big city’ pigeons, flies south for the winter and finds a human family to take him in. And then...The Big One! To survive The Big One, Walter must use everything at his disposal to survive: the vast collective memory of all pigeons of all time, mo... more
  • Neworld Papers: The Historian's Tale (Volume 1)

    by KB Shaw
    Neworld Papers: The Historian's Tale is a coming-of-age story for not only Fallon, but an entire world. It has action, adventure, and a touch of New Adult romance grounded solidly in thought-provoking science fiction.
  • Order of the Seers: The Last Seer

    by Cerece Rennie Murphy
    When the fall of one nemesis unleashes an even greater danger into the world, Lilli, Joel and the Lost Seers must stand against an enemy with the means and the will to destroy all of mankind, starting with those they hold most dear. As the Seers mobilize to confront this new evil, the Guild tries desperately to uphold the crumbling world order on which it depends. When their attempts to manage the crisis fail, the members of the Guild are forced to place themselves at the mercy of an unlik... more

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