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  • Lexicon Chase and the Scrolls of the Harlequin

    by Jonathan Fore
    Lexicon Chase has never worn makeup or beautiful gowns, known the elegance of a gala, swung a sword, or even rallied an army. Lexicon only knows the infamy of living on the wrong end of an obscure town, with hand-me-downs and a life split between her grandmother’s bungalow and her mother’s trailer. Her sweet sixteen came and went with a whimper, until her grandmother changed everything with a single gift: the key to the magical kingdom called Everhope. She discovers a realm of friends, pagean... more
  • The Alien Story Revealed

    by L. R. Klava
    Olivia wakes up one morning to find herself in a strange place, among strange beings, and what they have planned for her is frightening and unimaginable. In the middle of her horror she finds an unlikely ally. What was Gorgoe to think about this beautiful human woman called Olivia? She had captivated him and complicated his mission for the salvation of his species. The mission was his planet Farzomuss top priority. Nothing could stand in their way.
  • The Eaton

    by John K. Addis
    Spanning over 100 years of mid-Michigan history, but written in the gruesome style of '80s horror classics, The Eaton tells the story of Sam Spicer, who purchases the dilapidated Michigan Central Railroad Depot in Eaton Rapids with the dream of opening a hot new martini bar. But when he and his friends discover an abandoned underground hotel directly beneath the property, they must discover what happened to the original guests--before their own time runs out.
  • Rose of Prophecy: A Beauty and the Beast Novella (Legends of Light Book 1)

    by Hope Ann
    She is afraid. Not because she is alone. Not because thick roiling clouds obscure the moon. Not because the wind rushes through the forest like a wild dragon. She is afraid because she is late. And to be late means death. Her life had been happy once. Despite the destruction wreaked by Tauscher, traitor to the King. Despite the distant war led by the Prince and fought with the help of her three brothers. Despite her own poorly-chosen nickname of Beauty, she'd enjoyed life. Of course, th... more
  • Fibers

    by Jennifer-Crystal Johnson
    Anna Reynolds is caught up in the middle of a secret interdimensional government agreement... and she doesn't even know it. There's a medical anomaly loosely dubbed Morgellons disease afflicting a number of people. Symptoms include open sores that produce colorful string-like fibers, fatigue, and nightmarish visions of shadowy figures. No one knows where it came from. No one knows what causes it. There is no cure. When Anna begins having nightmares and waking hallucinations of the s... more
  • Vacui Magia: Stories

    by L.S. Johnson
    L.S. Johnson delivers a provocative and original short story collection that ingeniously blends myth and nightmare. Whether it concerns the efforts of an infertile witch to construct a golem-baby, or a daughter's quest to understand a father's guilt and a mother's supernatural infidelities, or a woman's violent association with a group of possibly imaginary but nonetheless dangerous little men, each story in this remarkable collection demonstrates the limitless capacity of intelligent speculativ... more
  • The Buried Symbol

    by Jeffrey L Kohanek

    Discover a lost magic, long buried and forgotten…

    Without a rune marking his role in society, Brock is doomed to an existence below the lowest rung of the social ladder. Unwilling to accept his fate, the teen risks his life to obtain a fake rune that marks him as a member of the Empire's ruling class. He then embarks on a quest to join an institution where the Empire’s future leaders are trained.

    As a student of the Academy, he soon uncovers a chain of secrets kep... more

  • Souls of Darkness

    by Louise Hunt, Damon Rathe & Kenneth Frank
    This illustrated book shows exactly what can happen when you take three very different horror, fantasy and sci-fi writers, dismember their work, and then fiendishly stitch it back together in the form of an anthology of their compiled short stories. A contorted mixture of sinister sci-fi horror, ghostly goings on and true-life terror, carefully combined within the cover of this book. An anthology of 15 stories / 50,704 words all built around a theme of the darkness within, usually resulting... more
  • Human Rights: Undead Set on Living

    by Damon Rathe
    "It’s not easy being a zombie. I’d only just been turned when I suddenly had conversion targets to meet, death quotas to fill and my team leader getting on my back. This, whilst all the trying to come to terms with being shot at, losing limbs, a body that doesn't work properly anymore and my newly found addiction to lovely, squishy, juicy brains. It was just too much and my counsellor for the recently deceased hadn’t been any help. But at least it was an ordered, democratic society and I had a... more
  • Sheep

    by Martin Rothery
    Sheep and Cows have been the dominant species’ on the planet for eons. With their superior intellect and cultural sociological ideals they have lived together peacefully for generations. That was until the appearance of the mythical ‘hairless apes’. Little did they know that these upright two-legged creatures seen as the next stage of evolution by the Sheep would cause division in their long allegiance with the Cows, would draw the innocent Squirrels into the conflict and ultimately lead to a ... more
  • Highway

    by ML Banner
    A flash of light crippled society in an instant... For young Lexi Broadmoor and her brother Travis, the detonation not only took their father away, but their future as well. Now stranded on a highway far from home without any survival skills or someone to protect them, staying alive will depend on their wits, a single bug-out bag, and a map to a stranger’s house. With the grid down and a nation quickly descending into chaos, they’ll need to hurry, because the lawless are taking over. Bu... more
  • Cows!

    by Martin Rothery
    Cows, trying to take over the world? How would they do such a thing? Well they have a plan, hundreds of years in the making, but humans aren't supposed to know. They've been fooling us for centuries. But let's put it this way, you may never look at milk the same way again and next time you see one you may appreciate they are not as dopey as they look. When the first wave of attack happens in the quiet, sleepy village of Golthwaite, set in the tranquil surrounding of the Yorkshire Dales, the vi... more
  • Guanjo - A Science Fiction Novel

    by Joel R. Dennstedt

    Would you commit genocide for love?
    One man finds his answer on a planet far from Earth.


    "BRILLIANTLY CONCEIVED!  CREEPY AND COMPELLING" - Amazon Reader

    Original Sci Fi -Classic Style - First contact gone amok. 
              
    John Boyd follows Earth's last emigrants to their isolated world. Embraced by a decimated tribe facing first con... more

  • Sands of Time: Fate of the True Vampires Special Edition

    by Christine Church
    Mysteries uncovered from tombs, secrets dug up from the grave. The truth about vampires has been unearthed by archaeologists. These are the scrolls of an ancient immortal and her desperate quest to save her bloodline and future children from extinction. In this compelling and unique adventure, written as translated scripts found by archaeologists, Sands of Time sweeps the reader back to ancient Egypt where we read the scrolls of Kesi of Giza, the “Nile’s Graceful Queen,” a hybrid blood drinker ... more
  • ANTIGEN

    by Daniel Mendel-Black
    Daniel Mendel-Black's first novel, ANTIGEN is set in the near future after drone use has become ubiquitous. The debate about weaponizing law enforcement drones here at home has already begun, and far more sophisticated next generation intelligent technology is quickly making its way into the marketplace.
  • The Tenants of 7C

    by Alice Degan
    On a back alley in Toronto’s Kensington Market, above the Heaven & Earth Bakery, there’s an apartment with a room for rent. The rent is negotiable. The location varies. Humans need not apply. For Nick, who calls 7C home, real life can be a lot weirder than his friends’ role-playing games. Between regular stints at his job delivering bread and cinnamon buns to the otherworldly population of the city, these days he finds himself dodging attacks from vampire-hunting tourists, possessed pigeons, ... more

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