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  • Native Fear

    by C. F. Page
    Winter 2017. Olly Torrance—on the run, and hundreds of miles from his home in Illinois—winds up passing through Coyote Village, Michigan. If he’d taken a left or a right at the Main Street intersection, he’d be fine. But he—unaware of the ill-omened genius loci of the Elkhourne Ranch—went straight. He went up Old Willow Road. And not being a local, he hadn’t known about the sinister rumors. Everything ranging from Satanic worship to scientific experiments . . . and stranger things. Olly fi... more
  • Love in the time of war

    by Mustafa Abubaker
  • The Reaper's Quota

    by Sarah McKnight
    Meet Grim Reaper #2497. Behind on his work, he must complete his quota of thirty Random Deaths or face termination in the worst way. Faced with an insurmountable task and very little time to complete it, Reaper #2497 struggles to hang on to the one thing he's not supposed to have - his humanity.
  • Deathwind: War of the Harbingers

    by Brad Pawlowski

    When Nathan Stryder is abducted from Earth and thrown headfirst into an interstellar war, it shatters his world.

    Freed from his captors by the Meraki Dominya, Nathan learns his sister was also taken and strikes a deal to rescue her. Enlisting in their military, he meets Arista, a skilled commando who has been trained to kill first and not ask questions later. But he soon discovers that under her hardened exterior, there is a kindred soul. As the risks around them escalate, he must deter... more

  • Killa: A Mixtape Novella

    by Mario Moreno
    Aspiring emcee Melody Méndez takes the stage in a deadly contest for a record deal. But when a phantom starts eliminating her competition, will she make it out alive? A modern take on The Phantom of the Opera, perfect for fans of hip-hop and suspense.
  • Through the Plot Hole

    by Micah Kolding

    Long ago, the fourth wall of a slapstick animation collapsed, and a cartoon cat got a glimpse of a "real world" beyond his Sisyphean existence. Now he roams the Diegesphere via "plot holes" that take him from one story to another, always hoping that his next plot hole will be the one to free him from fiction entirely.

    In every story, "the Cat" finds new followers: mentors, minions, tokens, villains... characters doomed to die in aid of their fiction... more

  • A Gathering of Blood and Magic

    by Anne Lee
    Captain Garridan knows his enemy well. The Erepos, whose bite turns humans into zombie-like creatures, have isolated his people from the world. After one of the Infected breaches the city walls, desperation forces Garridan to do the impossible: enter a world of magic to escort his king and plea for aid from the mysterious faerie queen and her princesses, who shut their doors to humanity a thousand years ago. Raised by the cryptic sorcerer liaising the discussions between Garriden’s king and t... more
  • The Nicknocker

    by Tracy Sabin
    When his mother, consumed with personal problems, disappears from his life, Martin Tuck struggles with self-esteem, until the Nicknocker, elfin maker of house noises, appears, presenting him with new ways of coping; but when the local forest, which also happens to be the Nicknocker’s home is threatened, Martin and his friends must team up to save it and, in the process, Martin discovers his own true value.
  • Beyond the Mind

    by Stephan Karen
    Ralph Adrienne is leading an aspiring project to design personality changer implants when he faces a new threat to his career. A change in priorities would impede his project, as the board of directors is planning to invest in a chipset that could record and manipulate memories. As the R&D Chief, he has to investigate the new project's scope, which leads him to get one implanted in his brain. The new chipset would soon change his perception of the world and shed light on the darkest side of his ... more
  • A Lunatic's Laugh

    by S. T. Blake

    After she died that time, she was frozen, waiting for the answer to crash in on her...

    Lilli Ashler was an actor of limited ability who found fame in a play called A Lunatic’s Laugh. Her mediocre talent led gossips to say she must have sold her soul for success. Then she disappeared from public view.

    When Lilli dies, her granddaughter, Dominique, inherits her Gothic Irish mansion. Opposite the mansion stands a notorious asylum where the writer of A Lunatic’s Laugh spen... more

  • Omog’ryl'ak

    by Mark Allen Masson
  • After Thought

    by Nate Eckman
    AFTER THOUGHT is an electrifying and unforgettable dystopian thriller that imagines what society could look like after America’s second Civil War. In the wake of unspeakable violence, the United States adopts a technology to ensure everlasting peace. But one woman, Ada, uncovering her family’s redacted past and a surveillance company’s role in the war, pushes the nation to the brink of an even bloodier conflict. What follows is the immersive account of our heroine, who realizes that she’s m... more
  • I Don't Want to go to Preschool

    by Cynthia Kern OBrien
    I Don’t Want to Go to Preschool, The Fairy Queen Calls is designed to teach children to reframe the narrative: it’s all about how you look at something—and often, experiences that seem scary really just need a little fairy love to help you see them for the fun and exciting adventure they are. This beautiful book comes to life with illustrations from award-winning artist, Rosemarie Gillen.
  • The Book of Legends: Amazing, Scary & Entertaining Stories for Kids of All Ages

    by John King Keller
    “The Book of Legends” follows a young boy named Spencer who is watching his two younger siblings, as they are all alone in the house. Not willing to go to bed, just yet the two young siblings ask Spencer to tell them stories, but he tells them Legends, instead, taking them on an adventure with each one. An exciting new author, John King Keller, shares four amazing, scary and entertaining legends in this book that kids of all ages will enjoy. These legends feature a haunted bridge, creepy floa... more
  • Squeak(The Asher Chronicles)

    by Donna Power
    10-year-old Celeste Asher is as shy, quirky, and awkward as they come. After her mother remarries and moves her away from her friends, she finds herself alone and targeted by local bullies known as The Beastly Trio. If that isn’t bad enough, her new stepfather is her fifth-grade teacher. One day, using courage she didn’t know she had, Celeste rescues a mouse from being tortured by the same bullies who torment her. Her unexpected bravery is the spark that causes her fellow students to take ... more