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  • Creighton Hill

    by Morgan Huneke

    “No one can mysteriously disappear leaving no trace. It isn’t realistic.”

    You’re right, Emily,” her grandfather said thoughtfully. “It isn’t realistic. However, a good many things happen in this world that are not realistic, things supernatural.”

     

    Emily, Allan, Jill, Joey, and Anna have grown up on their grandfather’s tales of ancestors who mysteriously disappeared from Creighton Hill, the plantati... more

  • Into the Unknown

    by Jasper T. Scott
    A standalone mystery thriller by million-copy bestselling author Jasper T. Scott THEIR CRUISE SHIP JUMPED TO THE WRONG STAR SYSTEM Criminal attorney, Liam Price, can't believe his luck. He scored a deal for a suite aboard the Starlit Dream to the exotic world of Aquaria in the Kepler star system. He surprises his wife, Aria, with the trip for her 40th birthday, and the Price family gets ready for the trip of a lifetime. Soon after the voyage starts, they learn that they’ve somehow jumped to the... more
  • Voyage to the New Exo-World

    by Tim Seid
    Tony, born in 2120, grows up in a Christian family that believes humans and Earth are God's sole creation in the universe. In his teen years, Tony is influenced by exo-theologians. When he attends university, he has a crisis of faith studying religion, history, linguistics in the context of learning about science. A discovery is made of a planet with sentient life. Tony joins the crew to visit the planet and see if there's evidence of the God of the Bible there. Despite their precautions, their ... more
  • A Little Bit Psycho

    by J.L. Strange
    Katherine is terminally ill. Her husband Adam is an innovative surgeon with the technology to save her. When Katherine wakes in an unfamiliar hospital room, she discovers her brain has been transplanted into the body of a man and Adam is nowhere to be found. This is where her nightmare begins. She must find Adam at all costs, even if that means pretending to be someone she’s not. But something is wrong inside her. Very wrong…
  • Star Compass

    by Anthea Sharp
    Steampunk meets Space Opera in this thrilling tale of adventure and romance… Diana Smythe was a child of the nobility… once. Now the streetrat known as Diver, she spends her days picking pockets, and her nights gazing at the galaxy overhead, dreaming of the day she’ll escape Earth for a brighter future among the stars. Derek Byrne polices the grimy streets around the Southampton Spaceport, trying to keep the gangs in line and the gutters clear of riffraff. When his path crosses Diana’s, h... more
  • Cooper Peru and the Curse of Kings

    by Mister E.
    Before the sightings, Cooper Peru spent his seventh grade year playing video games and getting the school bully, Randy Kramps, wound up. But things took a turn for the weird when strange visitors start observing him from the woods. As ominous events strike close to home, Cooper’s only chance to survive is to join the beings in the forest. There he discovered new friends, his claim to a vast treasure and Arzenick Addick, a nightmarish enemy hellbent on taking his legacy...and his life. ... more
  • Criminal Beware

    by Joseph Stone

    California, 1922. A growing coastal city is gripped by terror. The savaged remains of a third victim are discovered in the central park. Police find no suspect or motive to explain the violent deaths, nor any link between the victims. Signs are posted throughout the city’s neighborhoods to warn: 

    CRIMINAL BEWARE - You Are Being Watched

    When Daniel Archer arrives in San Diego, he is seized by a dark vision of the ... more

  • The Face of a Rogue: A Dystopian Sci-Fi Thriller (Absorbing Lives Book 2)

    by LT Anderson
    Book Two in the Absorbing Lives series. Only a few months ago, Krystal Peterson had been a Punk, held in high esteem. But she was also a Changer. The two don't mix. So she was branded and banished from the Punks' organization. But today was a new day, and Krystal had chosen sides. Punk headquarters at Checkpoint One remained in shambles. Word of the Punks' defeat had spread quickly through the Bystander grapevine. As the Bystanders accept free homes and technology from the Changers, they q... more
  • Nibblenom Deathtrap: a Max and the Multiverse short

    by Zachry Wheeler

    Dip your toes into the award-winning book series!

    "This short is packed with the same humor, action, and absurdity (think Douglas Adams) of the novels."
    - Amazon Customer


    Max shifts between parallel universes whenever he falls asleep. A curious affliction, especially for a nerdy teen trapped on a spooky spaceship.

    Max awakes aboard a large and mysterious vessel. It's dark, it's smelly, and he's bleeding from... more

  • The Item of Monumental Importance: a Max and the Multiverse short

    by Zachry Wheeler

    Dip your toes into the award-winning book series!

    "I did laugh out loud on several occasions. Truly, this short story is another worthy of the Douglas Adams mantle."
    - Keith Lane, TG Geeks


    Max shifts between parallel universes whenever he falls asleep. A curious affliction, especially for a nerdy teen tasked with a holy quest.

    Max awakes to a wondrous realm with dragons, elves, and a highly munificent genie. However, th... more

  • Max and the Banjo Ferret (Max and the Multiverse Book 3)

    by Zachry Wheeler

    A wise tiger once said that you should never shift on a world that you don’t want to inhabit for the rest of your life. Good advice, especially when visiting a jungle planet full of lizard bears.

    Max learns an extraordinary truth about his furry companion while stranded on said planet, but there is no time to dilly-dally because he and Ross need to find Zoey and Perra, who have been captured by a familiar foe.

    The race is on to reunite the crew and unlock the mysteries of th... more

  • Max and the Snoodlecock (Max and the Multiverse Book 2)

    by Zachry Wheeler

    Max’s misadventure through the multiverse continues, this time with more snark. Ross, Zoey, and Perra return for another wild romp, along with several new faces that only a mother could love.

    Having survived a perilous plunge into a lawless underworld, Max emerged as an unlikely hero and secured his spot as the spaceship intern. He and the crew swing by a colossal station for resupply, only to be targeted by unknown assailants.

    The resulting shenanigans take them to a roamin... more

  • Max and the Multiverse

    by Zachry Wheeler

    "One of the finest pieces of sci-fi satire I have ever read. Anywhere. Bar none."
    - Eric Michael Craig, Rivenstone Press

    * Gold Medal Winner - Global Ebook Awards
    * Finalist - National Indie Excellence Awards
    * Finalist - Next Generation Indie Book Awards
    * Finalist - Dante Rossetti Book Awards
    * Finalist - Best Book Awards
    * Finalist - NMAZ Book Awards


    It's spring break and Max is stuck at home all by... more

  • Thursday Midnight (Immortal Wake Book 2)

    by Zachry Wheeler

    The thrilling sequel to the critically acclaimed Transient.

    "Thursday Midnight is quite simply one of the most compelling and intelligent science fiction books to come along in a very long time."
    - Ben Ragunton, TG Geeks


    Two years after betraying humanity and fleeing the city, Jonas and Anna remain in hiding. Their plans to remake society are slowly progressing, albeit under the constant threat of death.

    V... more

  • Transient (Immortal Wake Book 1)

    by Zachry Wheeler

    In a dark and distant future, death is obsolete.

    Jonas is a transient: a human spy living as an immortal. His mission is simple: always learn, never get caught.

    In the year 2578, an eternal regime controls the planet. Perpetual war has pushed humanity to the brink of extinction. Desperate to survive, the remaining factions deploy teenage spies, hoping to defeat the enemy from within.

    After years in the lion's den, Jonas has grown to admire... more

  • The Contingency

    by G J Ogden
    No-one comes in peace. Every being in the galaxy wants something, and is willing to take it by force. The Hedalt were no different. They came from the distant reaches of the galaxy to wage war. Their fleet wanted to take Earth for its prize, but we were ready. We were stronger. For years, we fought them, ship-to-ship, until we scattered their forces and drove them back. Pursuing the Hedalt fleet to their home world, we delivered the decisive blow. We nuked their planet and wiped them out ... more

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