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  • Shadow of Wolves

    by J.R. White
    A tortured gunfighter. A Navajo outcast. – And the Creature whose claws would stain the stones of the Mojave red. Flush with raw silver and ruled by a baron with an iron fist, the tiny mining outpost of Shank’s Point is under siege by a sinister evil. When the rising sun reveals the claw-torn bodies littered among the rocks, John Swift-Runner calls on his old friend, a vagabond gunfighter, to stand with him against the slaughter he knows will come. But as their band of misfits hunts for... more
  • Ten Years of Darkness

    by Kristen Chambers

    Laurence, by his own admission, was a failure. An aspiring magician by trade, he spent his days attempting to recreate something he knew in his heart must exist, but for some reason did not. He was miserable, and he knew he would never amount to anything. In that regard, he and Kristen had something in common, even though they had never met - at least, not to their knowledge. Little did they know, their fates had been entwined long ago... 

    The sudden appearance of a dangerous stran... more

  • Fault

    by Debra Rose
    We became so dependent on it, so taken by it that it became ingrained in us like the oxygen we breathe. Technology. The basis of our jobs, our entertainment, our communication, our entire way of life… Gone. It’s the buzzing in my head that disturbs me the most. It comes as a warning right before they do. The little black spiders that are eating our world.
  • Mantis Green

    by Farah Ysvette Mourad Vera
    Centering on the creation and lethal destruction of an orbital infrastructure built around planet Earth, Milian Sieglund—an alien architect tasked with building a moon for a wealthy recluse—contends with displacement, identity and the concept of home. MANTIS GREEN is an intimate allegorical science fiction story, told by a series of characters, whose narratives often read as memoirs. It explores privilege, xenophobia, environmental responsibility, and isolation.
  • TARO

    by Blue Spruell

    A B.R.A.G. MEDALLION HONOREE. Award-winning author Blue Spruell reimagines classic Japanese folklore in an historical fantasy adventure of warlords, swords & mythical beasts from old Japan – an engaging tale for adults young and old – Banzai!
     
    Lost in the mists of Mount Fuji . . . but no one can escape destiny. . . .

    Orphaned by a rival... more

  • Ark of the Chimeron: Nadir at the Maelstrom

    by Justin Grimmett
    The world holds its breath. It has been nine months since the last Kill Switch sighting. Most think the sudden disappearance of the Las Vegas ruins was caused by the Darkling making his last stand. Those living in the U3F facility know better. They know that their Darkling foe is alive and well. They know he is preparing himself for something big. But only Kill Switch and his Darkling commanders know that he has slipped out of the universe in search of a weapon of grave power. Time moves... more
  • Station

    by Jarrett Brandon Early

    What is Station? A second chance? A nocturnal paradise? Or something more sinister?

    When grief-stricken Marlin Hadder's life refuses to end despite his best efforts, he unwittingly earns an invitation to Station. On its glossy iridescent surface, it's a city of indulgence, where every desire can be satisfied through gratuitous sex, exotic drugs, and extreme surgical procedures called Elevations. But when Hadder wants a life beyond the audacious parties and shocking body modifica... more

  • Emit Eht

    by Ratna Srivastava

    Eva is a misanthropic pessimistic teacher suffering from sudden onset of insomnia. She meets Christopher, a NASA scientist and volunteers to go on a high tech aircraft test flight when a catastrophy strikes and humanity is pushed to the brink of extinction. Eva and Christopher have to reorganize and reinvent themselves in order to survive. However, no body can believe them or their survival. And for very different reasons. 

    A hypersonic plane. A hypersonic love story... more

  • Ark of the Chimeron: That Which Would Become Lore

    by Justin Grimmett
    The chimeron, genetically engineered hybrids created to defeat the monster Kill Switch, have spent their entire lives training for the deadly confrontation. Not that their lives have been very long yet. Almost every day has been devoted to mastering combat and killing skills, with only a little devoted to their personalities. The humans that engineered the chimeron see only so far as defeating Kill Switch, who seems devoted to wiping out the human race. But Inktomi, their mysterious shamanis... more
  • Ark of the Chimeron: Creature from the Black Nebula

    by Justin Grimmett
    Sometimes even the best laid plans don’t work out. When the wants of powerful men clash with the ideals of a perfectionist, the results can be catastrophic to the latter. Such was the case of ambitious astrophysicist, Darwin Bloom, who experienced his own snag in an otherwise idyllic life. When Bloom learned that his life’s work would be misappropriated by a criminal enterprise that secretly controlled his company, he plotted to abscond with his intellectual property and resume his efforts ... more
  • Necrogarden

    by Bryon Vaughn
    Death has seeped into The Garden, black and oily. A sickness is spreading through The Garden threatening to destroy everything that neuro-cognitive genius Brenna Patrick has built at NeuralTech. World domination will have to wait, at least for now. Adversaries will become allies. New enemies will upset the balance of power. People will die. In an epic struggle for control of a system that can topple governments, turn peasants into rulers, and make even the darkest, most sadistic miscreant... more
  • Watch What You Wish For

    by Valerie Anne Hudson
    When three seventh-graders discover a Wishing Tree, they accidentally unleash its evil powers and the once thriving town of Mariposa becomes a shadow of its former self. As people go missing and lives are turned upside down, our unforgettable heroes are desperate to get things back to the way they were, while unknowingly on a journey of self-discovery.
  • Forgive Us

    by E.T. Gunnarsson

    SILENT, EMPTY, AND CRUEL. THIS WAS THE NATURE OF THE WASTELAND.

    The war between nature and humanity has no winner. Humanity's drive for energy and technology was its downfall. Forgive Us is a thrilling, unpredictable, and wonderfully complex story that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

    As the story takes off, moving back and forth in time, and vividly depicting life after a set of apocalyptic events caused by human waste and consumption, it... more

  • Witch in the White City: A Dark Historical Fantasy/Mystery

    by Nick Wisseman

    Thousands of exhibits. Millions of visitors. One supernatural killer.

    Neva's goals at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago are simple. Enjoy the spectacle—perhaps the greatest the United States has ever put on (the world’s fair to end all world’s fairs!). Perform in the exposition’s Algerian Theatre to the best of her abilities. And don't be found out as a witch.

    Easy enough … until the morning she looks up in... more

  • Reality Testing

    by Grant Price
    Welcome to Berlin. Population: desperate. In the throes of the climate crisis the green tech pioneers are king, and if you aren't willing to be their serf then you're surplus to requirements. Carbon credit for sleeping on the job. That's the offer a dreamtech puts to Mara Kinzig, and she jumps on it. After all, the city ain't getting any cheaper. Then somebody changes the deal while she's dreaming in the tank. Now Mara has a body on her hands, an extra voice in her head, and the law on ... more
  • Tok: Magick Tale

    by Pablo Reig Mendoza

    London, England, 1888 AD. Cabalists, magicians and occultists of every species, scattered through all strata of society, are in frenzied activity. The numbers MDCCCLXXXVIII add up for the first time to 13 characters, and it is a year of opportunity for the servants of the Bond in the age-old secret war between the adherents of the old religion and the Vatican Curia.

    From the lavish halls of Buckingham Palace, the elderly Empress Victoria and her young Hindu lover - the Munshi ... more

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