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  • Space Captain Adelaide: A Crime Lord's Debt

    by yvonne yourkowski
    Family tensions, a missing sibling and the threat of ferocious man-eating aliens complicate her plans and could very well drive Adelaide insane. She must fight on every front to save the family company and keep her brother alive from the threat of a fanatical crime lord. Don’t forget about the crazy alien stalker bent on making her his bride
  • Of Foster Homes and Flies

    by Chad Lutzke
    A neglected 12-year-old boy does nothing to report the death of his mother in order to compete in a spelling bee. A tragic coming-of-age tale of horror and drama in the setting of a hot New Orleans summer.
  • Amber Hollow

    by Edgar Swamp

    On July 14, 1991, an isolated village in rural Northern Wisconsin is ground zero for an unprecedented, fiery tragedy. Of the community's 600 residents, there are only five survivors.

    Detailed accounts by the victims contradict one another. The only link is a man named Anthony Guntram who they allege is the primary suspect. Because he is presumed to be dead, this claim can't be verified.

    Further investigation reveals a culture steeped in mystery. Arson, forensic and homicid... more

  • Asper

    by Rhonda Smiley
    Milla’s mission to avenge her father’s murder becomes a harrowing quest to save two worlds from a tyrannical queen. But when she uncovers a web of secrets into a past she never knew, she realizes her entire life is a lie. Now knowing the truth, Milla must decide: what is right or wrong, good or evil, and more importantly, what is she?
  • The Trace

    by Adelaide Thorne
    The ruthless Grifters want Ella Kepler, and they won't stop until she's theirs. When Ella's metahuman abilities manifest and draw the attention of the Grifters, she seeks safety from the paramilitary training academy of the MTA. Thrust alongside soldiers programmed to fight or die, Ella struggles to stay afloat, hopeful that the Grifters will forget about her. But Grifters have a long memory, and their nature isn't compassionate. If Ella doesn't give them what they want, someone she loves ... more
  • Huff...Puff...Grind!: The 3 Little Pigs Get Smart

    by Lois Wickstrom
    The wolf huffed and he puffed. But the pigs had built wolf-proof houses. The pigs couldn’t go out. The wolf-couldn’t get in. They were all hungry. The pigs knew that a problem can be a solution out-of-place. Could they make good use of all that huffing and puffing?
  • The Sleep Experiment (World's Scariest Legends Book 2)

    by Jeremy Bates
    In 1954, at the start of the Cold War, the Soviet military offered four political prisoners their freedom if they participated in an experiment requiring them to remain awake for fourteen days while under the influence of a powerful stimulant gas. The prisoners ultimately reverted to murder, self-mutilation, and madness. None survived. In 2018, Dr. Roy Wallis, an esteemed psychology professor at UC Berkeley, is attempting to recreate the same experiment during the summer break in a soon-to-be d... more
  • Kurintor Nyusi

    by Aaron-Michael Hall

    As the gods battle in the heavens, darkness descends on earth.

     

    The Keepers of Nine guide the primordial Kurintor warriors protecting the mortal world. But after a god’s corruption empowered an ancient demon, her manipulations brought the Kurintor to the brink of extinction.

    Can the Keepers of Nine awaken the Kurintor descendants to defend the Fifth Kingdom, or will the demons of Ashemohn succeed in consuming the mortal world?

    It isn’t ... more

  • The Goners: Volume One

    by Kenyon P. Gagne
    IT WASN’T SUICIDE EXACTLY; IT WAS SOMETHING A LITTLE MORE..MEANINGFUL. For 22nd-century Americans who have lost the will to live, the Meaningful Conclusion Program offers a way to end it all with purpose, performing mortally dangerous work for the betterment of humankind. MCs they were called officially, but on the streets they were called Goners. They went out on fire, at mind-boggling speeds, in crevices of the Moon and Mars; went out getting the last laugh on drug-lords and terrorists, ... more
  • Alien Body: First in the Phane Series

    by William X. Adams
    In Alien Body (sci-fi, 80,000 words), Physician Dave Booker is shocked to discover an alien living in his summer cabin. Phane, the alien, is an anthropologist from another star system. His shuttlecraft has crashed, and he must regain it before the mothership gives him up for dead. But Dave is dumbfounded by the alien’s appearance, a large, green tennis ball with two eyes on tentacles above his head. What would it be like to have a body like that? Does one's body determine how we think about the ... more
  • Sharpest Sting

    by Jennifer Estep
    The truth won’t set me free—but it will probably get me killed ... As Gin Blanco, aka the assassin the Spider, I’m used to having a target on my back. But ever since I started investigating the secret society known as the Circle, that target seems bigger than ever. Still, I’m trying to relax and enjoy the events leading up to my friends’ wedding when I learn that an old enemy has returned to Ashland. And that’s the just beginning of my latest nightmare. Soon, I have Circle goons watching m... more
  • Etiquette of Aeons

    by Randal Brasher
    Humanity gave up. Instead of reaching for the stars, humankind built a Dyson Sphere around their Sun and retreated into it to live within virtual worlds for the remainder of their species’ existence. Emily, an elite Guardian of the endless simulations housed by the Dyson Sphere, works to preserve the remnants of humanity who are oblivious to the true nature of their civilization. Enhanced with a companion AI and a less-than-trustworthy parasite, Emily has never faced a challenge she coul... more
  • Invasive Species

    by Anne B. Reed

    Colin thought his degree in Environmental Science demonstrated his willingness to do his part to protect Earth's future, but he had no idea he'd be asked to weigh the consequences and ecological impact of Extraterrestrial Contact, or to battle an alien species intent on reclaiming Earth.

    When he learns his girlfriend Rhianna is the daughter of advanced extraterrestrials who immigrated to Earth twenty years ago, he’s more relieved than surprised. He hopes these advance... more

  • 978-1-9990906-0-9

    by Anand Arungundram Mohan
    I lost a friend. I know the feeling. I understand the implications. But, I can’t change the situation. I need to accept and move on. It is the case everywhere. No one is given a second chance. At least in fiction, we can imagine what things would be like if given an opportunity. The Golden Opportunity to revive a friend. This story is about friendship between teenagers that takes them on an expedition to unexpected places, unearth a new set of challenges and face their emotions toward one anot... more
  • New Persia: The Tempest

    by John L. Lynch
    The war between Azania and New Persia erupts as a biochemical seed storm blows out of the Northern Waste. Basir Turani gains rank as a commander of Persian forces, but the challenges he faces are greater than ever. Suri Pahlavi is offered an opportunity to serve her country but will it harm her relationships with her family and Basir? Nasrin Avesta comes into her own as a leader as Persepolis is besieged. Farad Hashemi fights the enemy in the air and under the waves. The storm of war breaks... more
  • Recurrent

    by Tammy Rogers
    Katelyn’s startled awake by the sounds of gunfire and shouting. She knows very well change is coming. And not just a small, simple change. War. A War that could possibly take everyone she loves from her. The vampire race has united in purpose for the first time in history, working together to protect themselves from the humans who want them gone. “I’m scared, Alec,” Katelyn admits. The crack of a gunshot sounds in the distance. “They’re here!” Alec exclaims. “What?! No!” “... more

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