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  • The Venusians Among Us

    by Steve Zimcosky
    Checking your DNA and ancestry is real popular these days and everyone is doing it. A group of co-workers who meet regularly for drinks decide to do it as a group and share their results. But what happens when one of them finds out he is not even from this planet? And he is not alone! Are they friendly or hostile to planet earth and it's people?
  • Iconic Book Worlds – Fantasy vs Reality

    by Vesiko
    One of the greatest things about reading is that you can be transported to an entirely new world. The joy of reading is that your imagination can create these worlds for you with some brilliantly strung together words. Whilst some of these places will only ever exist in our minds, others have been brought to life on screens or through theme parks. Other places, however, really do exist in real life, or at least the places that inspired these fictional worlds do exist. Here are just a few of the ... more
  • The Siren's Last Song

    by Jordan Heikkinen
    As bitter winter winds begin to sweep across the lands of Neuterran, three of the Ruling Lords of the Four Kingdoms receive letters with word of the King’s Death. The letter sent to the fourth Lord—the King’s son, Prince Leeroy—tells only of his father’s ailing health, nothing more. With that omission, decades of peace between the Four Kingdoms start to unravel and unlikely paths begin to converge.A girl of sixteen tends to her jealous heart in a black castle perched above the sea. A woman plagu... more
  • The Rain Belongs Here

    by Julie Rogers
    If she succeeds in finding him, he’ll be charged with murder. If she fails, he won’t likely survive on his own. It’s 2064. Ana lives in the City, an experimental community that has had little contact with outsiders in decades. When her older brother Finn disappears on her 22nd birthday, a seemingly impossible event given the City’s extensive monitoring, she quits school, moves into her station wagon and embarks on an obsessive manhunt. Unable to find him on her own, she’s forced to partner wi... more
  • A Truth Be Told

    by Alyssa Milani
    Briana wakes up in a strange room with no memory of who she is or how she got there. The only other person with her is a man named Charlie. Grotesque creatures have the power to enter her mind at will, terrorizing Charlie and Briana until they escape and find themselves in a world unbeknownst to them; everything was different there. The time, the air, the water. There were no roads, there was no sky. Everything was not as it seemed.
  • New Dow Group Website for Lebanon

    by Chona Jill
    It’s easy to create a low-cost website that lets you communicate with customers and sell products or services. To build a great website, purchase a domain name and hosting, create content, and then use a website builder to customize your design and publish it. Website design and website development is important for both small and large businesses. As from Web Design Dubai base company if you are making a marketing plan for your business you should have to add Web Design, Web development and Digi... more
  • Day of the Dead

    by R.R. Born

    It’s Texas.

    It’s Hot.

    And it’s the Season of the Witch.

    Fall is turning out to be about more than pumpkin spice and midnight margaritas. Strange occurrences always tend to happen during this time of year and a sinister spell has been cast on the city. The living has fallen under a dark curse that mimics death and the dead are well… 

     

    Alive.

     

    Exiled Gray Witch, Ari Mason wants to find the root of the evil and s... more

  • Deliverance: A Novel

    by Samantha Schinder

    There is power in a name. On the Island of Nar, women hold only that power and little else. Though life is oppressive on the carefully controlled, male-dominated isle, it is all they ever known. It does not bother 23-year old Deliverance, as she has all she needs to be content. She, her mother, Catalyst, and her best friend Effie, are comfortable with their status as relative outsiders. Their names, not easily understood, leave them on the outskirts. But for them, independence is all they cou... more

  • The Dragon's Rising: Book 1 of Ancient's Armor

    by Nathan Ayersman
    Falkier Inalumin has spent the past six years imprisoned by the king whom he had served under as a scribe. He hadn't attempted to escape even when the opportunity arose until one night when a stranger comes to break him out of prison at knifepoint. After his escape, he is granted the power of the Dragon Sword, a weapon imbued with the power of one of the Ancients who created the world. He is also tasked with assembling a suit of armor imbued by the rest of the Ancients so that he may kill Rak... more
  • From the Great Dieback to the Singularity

    by Daniel R Scott

    The Cameron twins were each a genius in their respective fields of cybernetics and bioengineering; Bachelor's degrees at 16 and PhDs at 20. But every time they got ready to enjoy their youth, life would send them a curveball. Then things got serious

    This is a near-future history covering the period after the Great Dieback of 2029. Over half the world perished after the icecaps melted. This event triggered flooding, tsunamis, starvation, volcanic eruptions blanketing the planet in gl... more

  • Badlands Witch

    by Carrie Vaughn
    In brand-new stories spun off from the New York Times Bestselling Kitty Norville series, dark mysteries push the bounds of sanity. Cormac Bennett, ex-con and former bounty hunter, is a paranormal investigator with an edge: his partner is the disembodied spirit of a Victorian wizard, Amelia Parker. Together, they solve problems no one else can. Cormac and Amelia travel to South Dakota, where an archeologist has hired them to examine an artifact for possible magical qualities. Cormac is skeptic... more
  • Dark Divide

    by Carrie Vaughn
    In brand-new stories spun off from the New York Times Bestselling Kitty Norville series, dark mysteries push the bounds of sanity. Cormac Bennett, ex-con and former bounty hunter, is a paranormal investigator with an edge: his partner is the disembodied spirit of a Victorian wizard, Amelia Parker. Together, they solve problems no one else can. They're asked to investigate a mysterious death in the Sierra Nevadas: a man died of hunger —in a cabin that was fully stocked with provisions. The kic... more
  • Under a Dark Sky

    by Johan M Dahlgren
    On the rebel planet Elysium, a man is executed on live video streamed by religious extremists. Nothing terribly original so far for Elysium. Only this time, the man doesn't die. When security expert Asher Perez is sent to find him, dark secrets about the rebel colony are exposed. Something is stirring in the shadows. Something that has been watching humanity since the dawn of history.
  • The Seven Kinds

    by Dilip Maity
    Whoever said the human mind is the scariest thing of all, was right. Debut author Dilip Maity presents you seven spine-chilling psychological horror stories. A terrifying journey through which you will get to know, how far a human mind can go to show its wickedness. THE OTHER ONE "A woman finds her Doppelganger lurking in a dark room of an abandoned building beside her house..." FIVE HUNDRED MORNINGS "How a girl solves the mystery behind her mom's death, over a morning tea..." ... more
  • Fantastic Trains: An Anthology of Phantasmagorical Engines and Rail Riders

    by Neil Enock
    Fantastic Trains is a collection of stories-on-a-train that will transport you to tantalizing worlds that you simply cannot imagine. They span the genres of literary fiction, steampunk, space opera, futurism, tragedy, magical realism, slipstream, horror, comedy, urban fantasy and more. Guaranteed to delight with such surprising humor and stinging tragedy, you will be compelled to read them all in one sitting.

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