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  • A Magic Dark & Bright

    by Jenny Adams Perinovic

    She meant to help a ghost...not unleash a curse.

    Amelia Dupree hasn’t seen the Woman in White since the night her brother died. 

    The ghost seems to have disappeared from the woods surrounding Asylum, Pennsylvania—that is, until Charlie Blue moves into the creepy old MacAllister House next door. Amelia can’t help liking him, even though she spent her childhood thinking his grandmother was a witch. And she definitely can’t ignore the c... more

  • Ylsnavan, Realms of Elsvanische

    by Helena Loveland
    Darkness is spreading throughout the Realms of Elsvanische, seeking to destroy the Fae. Arkan, Fae prince of the Kingdom of Ylsnavan finds himself thrust into a war he thought he would never have to face, against an enemy he never knew could exist. Dragons, winged serpents, and other creatures of the realm clash in the sky as Arkan leads his warriors to defend the Fae Kingdoms against the goblins ensnared by the darkness. As the attacks rise, Arkan finds a mysterious Fae named Chrysella, with gi... more
  • A Child in Red (Horrors of War)

    by adam fenner
    SPC Kevin Walsh arrives at Combat Outpost Najil to begin his first deployment to Afghanistan. It doesn't take long for him to discover the Horrors of War are not only confined to the battlefield but to the supernatural as well. Events spiral out of control when he meets Afsoon, a young spirit who only reveals herself to him. Afsoon, slowly begins to share with Walsh the gruesome and bloody history of Najil, a history that soon pits this child in red against Walsh, who must confront the ghostly c... more
  • A Stranger to the Darklands

    by Stephen Blackehart

     

      Truly great fantastical adventure is hard to find, and A Stranger to the Darklands fills that void with a vengeance. Not just one, but three creepy supernatural tales play out in this action-packed compilation of novellas from writer, actor, and filmmaker Stephen Blackehart. In the spirit of Stephen King’s widely varied, highly original novella and short story collections, Blackehart's writing delivers buckets of dark fantasy bang for your buck.

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  • The Hangman

    by Dee Rose
    When Kente Cromwell is murdered, he is given demonic powers and escapes purgatory to go back to earth and avenge his death as The Hangman. However, unbeknown to him, a war has broken out between good and evil. He must choose a side. To either join the demon who gave him his powers and the legions of vampires and demons that follow the underworld leader, or join the angel he embarrassed when escaped purgatory, a vampire slayer, and a demon hunter in their quest to win the war. Which side will he ... more
  • Alice's Bloody Adventures in Wonderland

    by Raul Contreras
    The White Rabbit has brutally slaughtered Alice's sister and cat, sending her on a vengeance down the rabbit hole, where she finds herself in a series of physical and mental traps as she meets and confronts all the mad residences of Wonderland. Her quest to kill the White Rabbit is halted when The Queen of Hearts gets her claws in her and charges her with a mission to kill “You-Know-Who.” Literally falling through the Looking Glass, Alice finds herself even further into the dark heart of darkne... more
  • Forever and Ever, Armageddon

    by David Court
    24 eclectic short stories with subjects ranging between horror, satire and science fiction.
  • Justice (Book 3 of the Wexkia trilogy)

    by Dale Furse
    In the final installment of the fast-paced SciFi/Fantasy trilogy, Nell has more mounting questions she wants answered. Nell thinks she is safe on Earth but she battles to defend her family and her home against an alien attack. She realizes she must learn to use all her wexkian talents to save her father who is dying from a deadly virus. However, she too succumbs to sickness before she can put her training into force. Nell needs to fight the disease and engage in the bloodiest of battles to... more
  • Secret (Book 2 of the Wexkia trilogy)

    by Dale Furse
    Who was responsible for the extinction of the wexkians? In the sequel to Curse, Book 1 of the Wexkia trilogy, Nell embarks on a double quest: to find the missing pages of the Book of Wexkia and to locate the incarcerated Shahs – a wexkian just like her – but will she discover who caused extermination of her ancestors? With faithful friends in tow and surrounded by unseen enemies, she travels to the worlds of Corl, Linque and Gramlax where she hopes to find the answers to her endless questions... more
  • Unborn Essence

    by Ashlee North
    Piercing the void—the nothing, the darkness—a light, glowing soft tones of red—pulsing, insisting—strobed from behind an unobtrusive nothingness, a slit in the fabric of the universe, where more often there was only inky black, millions of miles of it. And in this light, the only brightness there is, is nothing, nothing but impossible-to-tether, uncontainable Essence. It travelled but moved not, it existed but rode the shaft of brilliance without being noticed. Essence in itself looks like the e... more
  • The Mountain of Long Eyes

    by Thomas Wm. Hamilton
    27 stories ranging from pure science fiction to fantasy to satire. The title story has a Native American shaman battling domestic terrorists in modern day Arizona. Other stories trace the life of young woman who has to flee her native planet, a U.S. President who may or may not have stopped a coup, and a ghost complaining about being driven from her home.
  • Time For Ptriots

    by Thomas Wm. Hamilton
    a physics experiment gone wrong sends a military school and neighbors back to 1770. They attempt to end the Revolution early, gain voting right for women, and discourage slavery. Dissidents travel to Europe and while prolonging Mozart's career change the history of western Europe. The novel ends a month after the first manned lunar landing in April 1926
  • The Stone Lions

    by Gwen Dandridge
    In the last throes of the 14th century, Islamic Spain is under pressure from Castile and Aragon. Ara, the twelve-year old daughter to the Sultan, finds herself in the center of a political intrigue when her eunuch tutor is magically transformed by the evil Wazir. Can a little girl save her friend and tutor with the help of a Sufi mathemagician? Intertwined in a mystery of math, art and magic, Ara races to find the seven broken symmetries before time runs out. Will she succeed or will the Alhambr... more
  • The Roswell Protocols

    by Allan Burd
    Inside the Cheyenne Mountain Complex, an object is detected on radar rapidly descending to earth. Just moments before impact, it vanishes, crash landing somewhere other than originally predicted. Where? No one knows. But the ripple effects are felt worldwide. In a mountain chalet, an innocent children’s book author is about to be frightened to the very core of her soul. In the Kremlin, a war hero is once again summoned to serve his country. In Japan, a determined general sets a daring plan into ... more
  • Amaskan's Blood

    by Raven Oak
    Her name was Adelei. She was a master in her field, one of the feared Order of Amaska. Those who were a danger to the Little Dozen Kingdoms wound up dead by her hand. The Order sends her deep into the Kingdom of Alexander, away from her home in Sadai, and into the hands of the Order’s enemy. The job is nothing short of a suicide mission, one serving no king, no god, and certainly not Justice. With no holy order to protect her, she tumbles dagger-first into the Boahim Senate’s political sch... more
  • Marking Time

    by April White
    Seventeen-year-old tagger Saira Elian can handle anything... a mother who mysteriously disappears, a stranger who stalks her around London, and even the noble English Grandmother who kicked Saira and her mother out of the family. But when an old graffiti tag in a tube station transports Saira to the 19th Century and she comes face-to-face with Jack the Ripper, she realizes she needs help after all. Saira meets Archer, a charming student who helps her blend in as much as a tall, modern America... more

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