Find out the latest indie author news. For FREE.

Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror

  • I'm No Ordinary Girl

    by Destiny Constantin
    I'm No Ordinary Girl is about a fifteen-year-old girl named Samantha Taylor. She may look like a normal teenage girl, but she doesn't feel like one due to her rare bone disease and the terrifying dreams she has been having. When she sleeps, she sees a girl who is in the hospital and looks pale as a ghost with tubes coming out of her limbs. Samantha and her parents must move to Center City Charlotte, so Samantha can get the medical care she needs. There Samantha learns that the woman who haunt... more
  • Swept Up

    by Diane Owens
    One angry janitor with an unbelievable plan. 73 sixth-graders locked inside. An artificial town that's becoming uncomfortably real. A popular girl who knows how to escape. Unfortunately, no one feels like listening.
  • Moratorium: The Dr. Van Wolfe Saga Book 2

    by Amanda Byrd
    It turns out I have residents in the castle dungeons. They're pretty helpful and we get along famously. I think I'm going to like having them around. I'm still trapped inside my own body with these idiot monsters, but there's good news. Dr. Fleming Heilsong heard about my search for a cure through a colleague and contacted me to offer his help. I can't lie, this whole thing makes me nervous. I don't want to die but the werepireism grows stronger every day. I'm fighting for my life - my very s... more
  • The Outback

    by R.F. Blackstone
    The world has ended. Nothing remains except a wasteland of death and destruction. Those remaining wander the barren Australian Outback in search of salvation or a meaning to it all and for a rare few, food. But for Noni Stevens the Apocalypse is just proof of the meaningless of existence. She has been chased by cannibals and the crazies looking for anything to devour and destroy. Only one thing scares her more than those, the undead monsters known as The Resurrected. But when she befriends a ... more
  • Flicker

    by R.F. Blackstone
    What if there was a movie that had the power to drive any who watches it insane? What if it was only shown once? What if whoever held that movie had the power to change the world in their hands? For Private Eye Don English finding this very movie is just another in a long line of peculiar jobs. He's getting paid well enough and needs the money, so why not? But as he gets closer to finding the lost movie he soon realises that everything is not as it seems. And that sometimes lost things ... more
  • Cabins

    by R.F. Blackstone
    Since the 1980s all over the country massacres of teenagers have been happening at remote cabins in the woods. Nobody knows who is performing these heinous acts or why, but each killing is never at the same time nor in the same place. Which makes it all the more difficult for Detectives Hooper and Carpenter, the two cops assigned to the unsolvable cases.Until they are called to yet another gruesome crime scene where they finally find the clues that will put these cases to rest. Or so they think.... more
  • Kaiju World

    by R.F. Blackstone
    Kaiju World is going to be the greatest theme park the world has ever seen. Gideon Pryke, the owner, has amassed a collection of city destroying monsters. The park will offer the world the chance to get up close, have a photo taken with and fight a Kaiju with a giant mech! With only two weeks left until the grand opening the world watches the tiny island off the coast of Japan. But when a team of Animal Activists release the monsters death and destruction ensue. They and the staff of Kaiju Wo... more
  • Big Smoke

    by R.F. Blackstone
    A disgraced spy. An assassination plot. The beginning of the end. It was suppose to be easy. Go to Cuba and foil the assassination of the President of the United States of America and the start of World War III. But when the Apocalypse begins, Christine Moore must decide which is more important to fight for; her past or the oncoming storm.
  • One of One

    by S.R. Cronin
    A young Nigerian telepath faces a crisis. After Somadina’s sister is forced into a frightening marriage, Somadina cannot find her sibling or even her thoughts. She seeks another telepath to help. What she finds is Lola, a busy Texan scientist who has ignored the disturbing phenomenon in her mind for decades, and has no intention of embracing this nonsense now. Yet these two have more in common than they know, and a powerful link will be forged. Once Somadina discovers her sister is a pawn in... more
  • Momentum

    by Mayara Barros
    This is an anthology about moving in, moving out, and moving on. It features friendly (and smug) ghosts, people overcoming their fears, giant robots, bitter falling outs, people taking the leap, people coming back home, ever-changing family dynamics, love at unlikely dimensions and planets, and, of course, humor.
  • The Looking Glass: Tales of Light and Dark

    by H.L. Sudler
    A group of teens has a day from hell, while another group takes an unforgettable excursion. A woman discovers a devastating secret, while another is a secret herself. Some monsters never stay buried, while others walk the earth freely. These are among the eleven stories that reveal the darkest nature in ourselves and others. In the known and unknown. Are you ready to gaze into The Looking Glass?
  • The Eternals: The Children of Spring

    by James Kirschenheuter
    Left on the steps of St. Matthew’s orphanage as infants, Sean and Sierra watched the years go by and saw all of their friends become adopted. However that all changes when they meet their estranged Aunt Desiree. That’s not the only thing that changed. Sierra and Sean soon discover their true identities as godlike beings, and belonging to a cosmic dysfunctional family. The book takes you across the United States as Sierra and Sean try to find their parents, in order to prevent the world from an e... more
  • The Legend of Erwand

    by Beatriz Garcia
    From the outside, Ehrien Gordon is just a normal girl. If you took a closer look you’d know about Ehrien’s hallucinations, about the things only she sees, hears and feels. If you were brave enough to get close, you would wish you hadn’t.Through a chance encounter and a misstep, Ehrien learns her hallucinations are real. And with that knowledge she is forced to accept that her past and all she has ever believed to be true are lies. With that knowledge Ehrien finds herself in a war between two wor... more
  • Longevity: The Wardens Of Time

    by Caleb Smith
    Noah Thomas is a scrawny seventh grader who is bullied to the brink in his new town. Friendless, except for sassy tomboy Wendy Sherman, who seems to lend him the confidence he needs to stand up to his oppressors. Upon stumbling into a book shop one afternoon while on the run from some teenaged tyrants, Noah is hurled into an unexplainable adventure. Noah learns that the bookshop does, in fact, lead to the Akashic Records – a place that holds all spirit lives recorded in tablets of light. With th... more
  • No Ordinary Lizard

    by Diane Owens
    If you had a secret pet who was smart enough to write you messages, how far would you go to protect him? This is the question 11-year-old Ruth Patterson faces every day. To keep her secret, Ruth must take the blame for all the trouble he causes. To keep him safe, she'll have to solve the mystery of a glowing rock, decipher a Hawaiian legend and unravel a string of lies - all before the lizard's dangerous enemy catches up with them.
  • Babylon Twins

    by MF Gibson
    Cloe and Elizabeth Yetti are antisocial, semi-homicidal, eighteen-year-old twins casually surviving the AI apocalypse. For the past 10 years, civilization has consisted of mindless addicts of a superdrug that machine intelligence controls from their treatment centers in drone-dominated cities. Thanks to their super scientist/survivalist mom, the twins are surviving in the forests in Northern California, until a mysterious stranger and a demonic woodland creature appear to threaten their family. ... more

Loading...