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  • One More Arabian Night: Book II in The Witch's List Trilogy

    by Andrew CAIRNS
    After exacting his revenge on his ex-wife, Sandy flees the dark forces pursuing him and goes underground, working as a volunteer at a Parisian soup kitchen. Here he refinds spiritual direction in his life, converts to Islam, and falls in love with the beautiful Hurriya - a Moroccan medical student. He follows her back to her native Morocco in the hope of winning her hand in marriage. Sandy must come to grips with the local customs and superstitions: miraculous water, djinns, polygamy... and witc... more
  • They Don't Make Plus Size Spacesuits

    by Ali Thompson

    “They don’t make plus size spacesuits” is a sci-fi short story collection, featuring an introductory essay. It is written by long-time fat activist, Ali Thompson of Ok2BeFat. This book is a incandescent cry from the heart, a radical turn away from utopian daydreaming of future body perfection to center a fat perspective instead. 

  • The Witch's List

    by Andrew CAIRNS
    Sandy Beech doesn't believe in witches and the supernatural. However, certain strange events occur which put his scepticism to the test: a burning book, a falling crucifix, a mysterious illness, and a fire in a convent which kills all twelve nuns. On her deathbed, Bernadette, the last surviving nun, warns him to control his lusts and avoid African women. Sandy finds this difficult, since he is attracted to exotic, dark-skinned women and after his hedonistic university exchange year in Paris, mar... more
  • The Light: Houston, Texas

    by Joe M. Solomon
    March Madness has begun and college basketball playoffs are heating up, not that Robert Walker—a graduate student from Texas—particularly cares. He has decided to skip classes for the day, sleep in, and get some rest. Unfortunately, a brief spat on the phone with his fiancée makes that impossible. Hoping to take his mind off of it, he scans through TV channels in search of entertainment and instead finds one news report after another that warns of violence erupting in the streets. People are ... more
  • Black Tears: HAVI Virus Book 1

    by Nicol Nightingale
    The world is devastated by the HAVI virus. It happened almost overnight. One week everything was normal, and the next, nearly seventy percent of the population is gone. Those that are left either hide in fear, or take to the streets to let their inner demons out. For Paige, it all started during a normal vacation to the lake with her friends. Their cabin becomes a death trap as HAVI sweeps across the United States. How will she save the people around her? Or is it already too late?
  • Apollo, a Lokians Short Story

    by Aaron Dennis
    John Lay is recruiting a new member for Phoenix crew. In order to educate her, he recounts the story regarding his first mission with The Bureau. It was then that he met with an exceptional group of people, and it was then that he first learned of aliens, and closed door political ties to piracy. In joining The Bureau, Lay and crew infiltrate the Illuminati's base of operations, witness the destructive properties of alien tech, and uncover the truth about Montrose's involvement in alien pacts. ... more
  • Dragons in the Clouds

    by David Blair

     "Dragons in the Clouds" is filled with action, danger, loyalty, and hope. The ruling king of Albion orders the total annihilation of all living dragons. A wizard who has befriended a family of Dragons grants them the spell of weightlessness. The wizards tells his friends to hide up within the cover of the clouds. An evil apprentice who also has dragons hidden. Also gives them the magic spell. Now enters a widowed mother and her young son whom has also befriended a young dragon... more

  • The Shatter Point

    by Jon O'Bergh
    Everyone has a breaking point. That is the premise of "The Shatter Point," a ghost story wrapped inside a thriller. Weaving layers of truth and fiction, the story challenges the reader’s sense of reality with unexpected twists and turns. Jada Mercer is used to getting her way, and she loves danger. When she meets Asher Williams, a sensitive musician in a band, she pressures him to prove himself through the rigors of an extreme haunt known as Horror Place. At the same time, the haunt’s owners, Ph... more
  • Perfect Prophet

    by Diane M. Johnson
    When atheistic death-metal guitarist Alec is shot on stage by a Satanic fan, his miraculous recovery inspires a change in his beliefs about God. But when he returns to his hometown to make amends with his family, he discovers that his strictly religious and abusive father has dark secrets that involve Alec and his role in a local Satanic cult.
  • The Schoharie

    by Diane M. Johnson
    When a local creek floods and collapses a major Thruway artery in rural Central New York, spirits of the past are unearthed to haunt a local sheriff and the Native American firefighter who is dating the sheriff's daughter. Strange things begin to happen after the collapse; things that oddly mimic the events that took place thirty years prior, when the firefighter's father tried to sabotage the bridge's construction, and who went crazy in the process because of his encounters with an angry Native... more
  • The Hammer Falls

    by Travis Heermann
    Too many gruesome injuries. Too many deaths. How far would you go to protect someone who might love you? Horace “The Hammer” Harkness is a gene-modified pit fighter twenty years past his prime, but he knows one thing. He loves the life of screaming fans and thundering theme music, but his heart will no longer regenerate like it once did. The next time he dies, it will be the last. To stage his big comeback in a world of blood-drenched circuses and fleeting fame, he had to borrow mone... more
  • The Adventures of Jimmy Crikey in Lithania

    by Wallace Briggs
    Jimmy Crikey overcame many hurdles on his route to becoming the much-admired hero of Roombelow. His unusual appearance was a source of much bullying. Jimmy had a mop of bright red spikey hair, a small snub nose, startling blue eyes, large pointed ears and, enormous feet. The problem with Jimmy’s large feet was that he was forever tripping over them. As a result, he was usually last in any team game, and the other children did not want Jimmy in their team. \tJimmy’s search for acceptance took ... more
  • Spell My Name: A Modern Witch's Tale

    by Amy Raines
    A young girl wakes up in a field, injured and with no memory of how she got there, who she is or where she is from. Solomon, a Warlock the girl can not see instructs her in the ways of magic but quickly discovers the girl is not just a witch but her energy is natural and pure. Darlene, a hate filled, cruel witch has a vendetta against the young witch with no memory, doing everything in her power to destroy the girl. The young witch begins to wonder why Darlene wants her dead, could she hav... more
  • Crucible of Time

    by Jeffrey A. Carver

    Part 2 of a two-part novel begun with The Reefs of Time.

    A galaxy in peril...

    The story begun in The Reefs of Time continues. The time-tides caused by Karellia’s defenses have brought the malicious Mindaru AI out of the deep past into the present, threatening Bandicut and Li-Jared, who have arrived at the backwater planet—Li-Jared’s homeworld—to find it on the brink of interplanetary war. Somehow they must forge a peace betwe... more

  • The Reefs of Time

    by Jeffrey A. Carver

    Part One of a two-part story concluding in Crucible of Time.

    The starstream is beautiful. But beauty turns deadly when an ancient AI bent on destruction uses it to travel uptime, to our near-future.

    The Mindaru are dead. Or so exiled-Earthman John Bandicut and his alien companions believe, when they return to Shipworld after saving the Orion Nebula and countless inhabited worlds. But now another horde from this ancient and malicious AI colony is swarming toward t... more

  • Blackhorse Park

    by Jordan Clayden-Lewis

    A thrilling puzzle that shoots you back to the sands of early civilization, and weaves through space and time all the way through to a futuristic depiction of the world that even scientists are predicting. Keith exists past, present and future. How though? And why?

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