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  • I Hate Time Travelers

    by Lee J Isserow

    Five years ago, everyone became a time traveller.

    Everyone but Luke, who now lives in a world where practical jokes are up 60,000%, his roommate insists on having 12-self orgies in front of him, and every potential girlfriend has dumped him for stuff he hasn't done yet.

    Luke suddenly finds himself on the run from a government agency with the intention of slicing him up for experimentation.

    No wonder he hates time travellers...

  • NLI-10

    by Lee Isserow

    Sarah wants a revolution.

    Her twenties have been wasted in a psychedelic haze. Now she wants to be sober, avoid temptation, so joins a clinical trial to be sequestered away from the world.

    Paranoia flows. Weird experiments are carried out on their waking and sleeping bodies.

    They realize the trial is changing them. Programming them. Installing false memories and removing emotions. If they don't do something before their tenure ends, they might not be human when they leav... more

  • Dead City

    by Lee J Isserow

    Jon Gilligan is the only living man in a city of the undead.

    It's his job to keep the peace, maintain order between the factions of walking corpses and disembodied spirits. The workload is driving him a little insane, leading him to take on the persona of a noir detective.

    He narrates his adventures, casting himself as a hero to all those under his watch.

    When the local Necromancer conspires behind his back, it's time for him to be a hero for real. Teaming up with a ... more

  • The Storyteller's Book

    by Kevin Fleming

    “…you must realise and accept, neither me, your mum, nor either of you are human.”
    Nick and Mel are 14 year old twins living normal lives with their parents. When they discover an ancient book in the attic and read from it, strange events begin to happen around them. Something has been awakened which prompts their parents to take them away to a town called Midway where they reveal to the twins that they are not human. They had been hidden on Earth, brought ... more

  • Survival Skills

    by Theresa Alt

    Christy's first semester at college is even better than she imagined it would be. She has a new best friend and study partner, Ashley. She's falling hard for the handsome and funny Scott Markham. She is doing well in all of her classes--except Scientific Paradigms. Christy discovers evidence that the professor, Dr. Franklin, is conducting dangerous experiments on his unsuspecting students. When she confronts him, Dr. Franklin claims an entirely different motive. Christy must decide wh... more

  • Crossroads of Fate (Cadicle Vol. 5): An Epic Space Opera Series

    by A.K. DuBoff

    The war's final battles are coming...

    With the Primus Elites' training almost complete, Wil and his men relocate to H2 to make their final preparations. Everything seems to be staged for a swift TSS victory over the Bakzen as Wil assumes the position of TSS Supreme Commander with Saera and his most trusted friends by his side.

    But, Tek won't let the Bakzen go down easily. He will find Wil's greatest weakness and do anything to make him cru... more

  • Web of Truth (Cadicle Vol. 4): An Epic Space Opera Series

    by A.K. DuBoff

    Some secrets are worth protecting...

    Tension is mounting in the rift. With the situation dire, Wil is tasked to train a group of twenty young men to serve as his officers--collectively, the Primus Elites. He has five years to raise them to full Agents, and he'll need every minute.

    Training alongside them, Wil still needs to master simultaneous observation. But, the closer he gets to achieving the feat, the more likely the Aesir will come to test him--... more

  • Rumors of War (Cadicle Vol. 1 - 3): An Epic Space Opera Series

    by A.K. DuBoff

    A secret war. An empire in crisis. One final hope for victory.

    Wil Sietinen is torn between two worlds. As a High Dynasty heir and the Tararian Select... more

  • Zombie Zero: The First Zombie

    by J.K. Norry

    The winds of change reek of rotting flesh...

    When Mother Nature calls, everyone must stop to listen. Humanity has finally gone too far, and incurred the wrath of the planet itself. Ramblers roam the earth, hungry and mindless, looking to eat or be eaten. Howlers hunt the humans, their superior strength becoming overwhelming odds as the zombie apocalypse spreads to every nation.

    Will Mother Nature have mercy in the end? Or will everyone fall at the hands of The First Zomb... more

  • Fall of the Walker King (Walking Between Worlds Book 3)

    by J.K. Norry

    An explosive end to the Walking Between Worlds trilogy.

    Heaven is in turmoil over the war being waged below. Hell is a ravaged wasteland, its beauty lost to all but ancient memory. Earth is trapped between, unaware of the army of supernaturals battling for their souls. A champion emerges to lead them, and to search for their lost king. His new student sees the timeless art of dealing with demons in an astonishingly unique way; it makes William qu... more

  • False River

    by H.G. Reed

    When the devil slinks into a small mountain town seeking a favor from a familiar face, a haunted farmer strikes a deal to restore the soul he sold over ten years ago. But secrets never stay buried, and Joe Lawson is willing to risk everything to save his family from the devil's wrath, even if it means working with her again...and killing for her. When angels intervene to lend their aid, Joe must confront his past, present and future before his forty days are up, or else lose everything th... more

  • December's Child

    by D.A. Williams
    As a child worker of the December Mining Corporation, 18-year-old Jett’s plan has always been to earn a life outside the mines by selling her body—a plan she’s nearly fulfilled until she reluctantly takes on a new trainee from the outside world. The daughter of a government historian, and bartered into the slave trade by her own mother, Fiona is an outsider with a strange wealth of knowledge, and a secret worth dying—and killing—for. While Fiona’s secret may unknowingly bring death and destr... more
  • Vision World

    by Marcello Tino
    Brad Merling, the director of Vision World, with the invention of photon receivers and conductors, electron particle walls, and quantum super computers is able to turn every wall, every surface into a virtual reality camera and projector so as to process the quantum nature of the human mind and the billions of alternative universes that collectively dwell in each of our minds, the billions of stories where each of us is the main character, the focal point of the camera's eye. Now eve... more
  • Awaken Online: Catharsis

    by Travis Bagwell

    Jason logs into Awaken Online fed-up with reality. He’s in desperate need of an escape, and this game is his ticket to finally feeling the type of power and freedom that are so sorely lacking in his real life.

    Awaken Online is a brand new virtual reality game that just hit the market, promising an unprecedented level of immersion. Yet Jason quickly finds himself pushed down a path he didn’t expect. In this game, he isn’t the hero. There are no damsels to save. There are no bad guys to v... more

  • Some Glow Brightly

    by John Palmer Gregg

    Imperceptible to most, a supernatural dimension--one filled with monsters, and worse--operates alongside our own. A barrier protects us from them, but deep in a forest cave the ancient Hermit labors to destroy that barrier. Then there will be nothing to stop the demonic powers from the other side from terrorizing everyone, everywhere.

    After a terrible accident, fourteen year old Red Snyder discovers he has the ability to cross into the spiritual world and finds himself face to face with... more

  • The Secret History of Another Rome

    by Bear Kosik
    In 2681, Ranulf is the Supreme Pontiff of the Empire of Rome. Based in Alexandria, Ranulf is a curious ruler despite the regimented society in which he lives. Privately educated, he has always possessed an inquisitive mind: “What is the law and who decides?” he wants to ask his tutor at a young age, though he resists the urge. Ranulf grows suspicious of the powerful bureaucrats known as the Librarians, a group whose “precepts and principles” he has long been forced to study. What might these Lib... more