Find out the latest indie author news. For FREE.

Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror

  • Odyssey Rising

    by Michael T. Best
    Two teenage brothers. Two friends. One alien microbe. One uninhabited planet. Ten days to live before the microbe consumes their bodies. To seek a cure to this deadly infection, this young crew journey to the source of the microbe, an uninhabited planet called New Acadia. It is a wasteland full of lethal danger, beautiful mysteries and the spark of life. Quickly, though, the young crew learns that the greatest threat to our survival is the fear we cannot see.
  • Marshmallows Galore isbn:978-0-615-46753-5

    by Donna Mae Pasiczniak

    This whimsicle story tells what a young boy does with his fluffy white treasure. He will amaze you with his compassion and delight you with his need to share with those around him

  • Triton's Deep

    by K.H. Rennie
    Triton’s Deep is a long way down, but it’s necessary to get there to find out why the gods are troubled and why the next Cataclysm could see a catastrophic merging of worlds in the multiverse. Enzo is a novice monk with odd powers that could get him into trouble. Will he find a way to meet the gods head on and solve the riddles of the past?
  • Heteras Book 1: The Lake

    by Rowena R. Conrad
  • B00TQYU7Z4

    by James Malone
    The descendants of Cain are trolls. The kind that turn to stone. They live among us, craving forgiveness, knowing that their hereditary stain can never be removed--at least, not until their own Redeemer comes. They think they've found him. His name is Harry Shikita, a Japanese-American immigrant to Minnesota in the 1920s. But Harry knows nothing about trolls. All he wants is the American Dream: a successful business, to become a member of the Rotary—an “old boy.” He spends decades building Rain... more
  • Alive Souls: Inception

    by Elena Yulkina
    Hello. My name is Elena. When I was a teenager, I used to ask my mom to buy me books. Ever since I have been dreaming of writing a book that would be interesting to both children and grownups. A book that would unite people with different interests. A book that would be simple and kind, but also funny and interesting. In this book I am writing about things that I believe are the most important in life. These are parental love, understanding, and first romance. I invite you to live through th... more
  • Deadtown Abbey: An Undead Homage

    by Sean Hoade
    DOWNTON ABBEY MEETS LOVECRAFT MEETS NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD in DEADTOWN ABBEY. It is a world few of us have ever known. A world of masters and servants, where everyone knows one's place. A world of newfangled technology like telephones and motorcars. A world of vampires, werewolves, zombies, and monsters of the deep. At the center of his necropolis estate lives the Earl of Monroe, who must hold the family he loves and the servants he trusts together against the eldritch onslaught... more
  • Reviva Las Vegas!

    by Sean Hoade
    One poker player. One million zombies. Not the best of odds. Eight years after the Zombocalypse, former poker pro Chris Newman is just trying to make it through the day with his wits and his skills on the felt. But now somebody powerful wants a game with Chris, and the stakes couldn’t be higher: If he wins, he gets to stay within the gates of Dos Vegas, the last zombie-free city in America, maybe in the world. But if he loses …
  • American Badass

    by Jeff Chacon

    Ron Watson wakes up one day to find himself dead. Yes, after an unplanned and unfortunate meeting on a Colorado highway with a semi-trailer truck carrying disposable diapers for orphaned babies, Ron Watson is now an everyday, run-of-the-mill divorced American zombie, with exactly two thoughts in his head: “Brains!” and “Vegas!”

    Sin City, land of dreamers, where Ron Watson goes to dream of being human again and to fit in amongst the drunken tourists, down-on-their... more

  • Fat Zombie: Stories of Unlikely Survivors from the Apocalypse

    by Stephen Kozeniewski

    With the theme of unlikely survivors of the apocalypse, the stories in Fat Zombie will enthrall you and have you rooting for the little guy. Featuring tales of the elderly, the disabled, the developmentally challenged as well as losers, geeks, and social outcasts, all trying to survive in a world where the rules have changed. With an introduction by Bram Stoker Award winner and bestselling zombie author, Joe McKinney, Fat Zombie includes stories by award winning authors of the weird and the h... more

  • The Smiley-Face Witches

    by George Traikovich
    Years have passed since the Enzyme Seven mutagen was introduced into the school’s water supply, and while fifteen-year old Drew Wheeler survived Project Chimera, the memories haunt him still. When he goes missing without explanation, the remaining Zero Avenue Brats follow, plunging once more into the murky depths bubbling beneath the city’s streets to face an ancient enemy rising from across the reaches of time and space.
  • Night Rumbles

    by Nancy Janes
    On the planet Lydo, in the city of Iru,nineteen-year-old Brad a research student at the Science Academy enters Daganland, a Netherworld city, to research its little-known inhabitants. The caveat: he will lose his memory and take on the form of the natives. Waking up in the town of Nofer in Daganland, Brad enters into a world ruled by a Tyrant. It is a planet of darkness where the inhabitants live and work by night. Socialization and friendships are forbidden, except in the formal setting of... more
  • The Boy Who Walked a Way

    by Nancy Janes
    In the year 2162, a young boy named Jal Valhyn is caught in a maelstrom of violence and conflict. His country is at war and the world government based on humanistic principles that had fulfilled its promise of a halcyon peace for a century and a half has fallen. Alone and helpless he has an encounter with an invisible being that leads to a seven days journey. With his two appointed companions he sets out for a safe haven far from the world of danger and turmoil. Each day's trek brings the gift o... more
  • 978-0-692-43733-9

    by Michael Pang
    A near tragic incident at the hands of his psychotic mother left Declan Peters alone and with so many questions. Years later, Declan is determined to find a way to be closer to his mother and takes a job at the institution where she's being held. That fateful decision will be the impetus for a chain of events so terrifying that Declan will question his own grasp on reality. What he finds will be more horrifying than anything he's ever experienced and more dangerous than anything he's yet k... more
  • The Feeding Season

    by Stoyan Stoyanov
    The Fortress – the only haven for humanity is falling apart. The destructive storms that have been roaring across the surface of the planet for centuries have caused irreparable damage to the ancient structure. Now the population of the Fortress is living in misery and deprivation. With the ever-present danger of overpopulation and with the occurrence of an epidemic a few centuries ago, a special law was introduced for all the 17 year-old boys. Since then, every year at the beginning of the... more
  • Meadowcity

    by Liz Delton
    Sylvia Thorne is one of the few people brave enough to travel through the empty lands of what remains of once great civilizations. She is a Rider: delivering messages betwen the Four Cities and setting up trade are her business, one that thrives only because she knows how to defend herself in the empty spaces called the wilds. Everything changes when Sylvia returns home to Meadowcity, carrying a message from the Governor of Skycity. She quickly finds out that what she’s been carrying isn... more

Loading...