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  • Domino, Book One of The Sentience Series

    by Sherri Moorer
    Post created May 1, 2175. My name is Kasei Marcuyla. I’m the co-founder of Domino, the program that copies neurological maps and data from neural chips implanted in human brains. I’m posting this message to inform you that Domino works, and these souls aren’t copies from the neural chips. They’re real, sentient, human beings. We bridged the gap between man and machine, giving humanity the ability to continue life in the digital world after the physical body dies. I was murdered for this d... more
  • SHARD (Book One of the Shard Trilogy)

    by A.M. Pierre

    In our timeline, the Twin Towers attack was a horrific but isolated terrorist event.

    Not in Kaia's.

    Already living in a society of constant scrutiny and fear, Kaia finds her old life completely destroyed when a routine trip ends with her accused of terrorism and dragged into a new and high stakes world.

    It is a world of lost children and covert ops, and of people with the power to alter the elements themselves, from creating tornadoes of oxygen to shifting... more

  • How Not to Vampire - Season 1

    by Rodney V. Smith
    Things Bob has on his checklist when he accidentally becomes a vampire: a) forget everything he knows about vampires b) Google vampire survival tactics c) don't get brutally murdered by vampires. Apparently there are vampire LAWS, and Bob, a young, romantically-challenged black man living in Toronto, never got the guidebook. Even though it's not his fault that he's broken every rule, a secret vampire society is hellbent on giving him a more permanent death. With the help of his best pal, Claude,... more
  • The Last Portal

    by Robert Cole
    Severe storms, heatwaves and floods are sweeping across planet Earth. Against this backdrop, three high school students, known and tormented for their strange abilities, fight their own battles against school bullies. The discovery of a strange key plunges all three through a portal into a sister world, Cathora, in another dimension. In this world their behaviours, that labelled them as misfits on Earth, turn out to be the seeds of extraordinary powers. They soon meet Batarr, the Guardian of th... more
  • The Last Magus: A Clockwork Heart

    by Mark Piggott
    The Magus were the protectors of magic, armed with a magic caster’s power and a warrior’s strength. They were able to summon magical weapons from specialized caches they wore as armored pauldrons known as the Armory of Attlain. The Magus were legendary among the people of Attlain until a few decided they should lead the people instead of protecting them. The rebellion ended quickly from within their ranks, but the damage was done. The Magus were feared and outlawed except for those few who remai... more
  • A Country Of Eternal Light

    by Darby Harn
    A black hole is tearing apart the solar system. Mairead's life is already in pieces. The Earth has less than a year to survive. Asteroids rain hell; earthquakes rattle cities; manic tides swamp coasts. Mairead intends to give herself to the erratic waves that erode her remote Irish island, the same that claimed her child. When Gavin, an American, arrives to scatter his father’s ashes, she becomes torn between wanting for life and death. Despite the tides, fuel shortages, and clos... more
  • Before - Jared's Story

    by Gina Detwiler

    Born in the mid-nineteenth century to a family of itinerant circus performers, Jared didn’t understand why his body grew so slowly or why his parents were ashamed of him and tried to hide him from the world. Through the years he discovered more disturbing things about himself—his unusual strength, the way his body healed with remarkable speed, and the “shadow people” who whispered dark and terrible things in his ear. Only music seemed to subdue their wicked urgings, an... more

  • The Sigil Masters

    by Rick Duffy

    Sigil magic is everywhere, used by the high and the lowly, friend and foe alike—except for one boy. With his last and only friend, he flees the terrible cures of the Reckoners to seek a wizened master, hoping to unravel the mystery of his curse. But a sinister figure will stop at nothing to capture the young man to use in a dangerous ritual, for the curse may hold the key to ushering in a new paradise—or plunging the lands into darkness and war.

  • Nuclear Midnight

    by Robert Cole
    On a holiday in England, Alex Carhill is caught in the nightmare of a nuclear holocaust. In a matter of hours, a mid-summer’s day is turned into a nuclear winter. This is the story of his survival in a world that no longer has rules; where climatic extremes, murder, starvation and disease are commonplace. As the land slowly heals, the survivors scratch together an existence in a contaminated wasteland ravaged by plagues of insects and disease. In this world, through hardship and pain, a new soc... more
  • Skein of Fates

    by Leslie Ann Moore

    What if Snow White had been fated to be a revolutionary... instead of a pawn?

    Nuetierra.

    An alien world where twin moons light the night and massive air-breathing jellyfish float through the violet skies trolling for prey.

    Nue Bayona.

    A gaslit, steam-powered city caught between the iron fist of a despot and the bloody fist of a terrorist...

    Four hundred years have passed since a great war toppled the fusion powered civilization created by refugees fleeing a dying... more

  • What Do You Think, Mr. Collins?

    by Neal Bialostosky
    Dreamscapes, androids, an acid trip, corrupt media, immigrants, racists, progressives, a terrorist attack, a magical owl, the Chinese mafia, and an enlightening walk through the Garden of Eden, all set right in this distant Paradise. In a far away parallel universe, on a planet called Earth, the city of Paradise is in big trouble. But only Alfred, a powerful AI butler, seems to be paying attention. The rest of the city is caught up in a deeply divisive race between mayor Teresa Vasquez, and h... more
  • The Story of Monsieur John and Mister Camel: His Journey with a Speaking Camel

    by John Cilia

    An introvert Toy’s Maker leaving in the seemingly quiet of the Sahara desert with his new friend, a speaking camel, navigate uncountable challenges and adventures through time.

  • Rayna's Sacrifice​ (The Katori Chronicles)

    by A. D. Lombardo

    Will the reappearance of Keegan destroy Kai’s life with Rayna?

    Locked in a battle against the Katori Guardians, Kai, the headstrong Prince of Diu, must fight to claim his birthright, but gaining access to his magic will not be easy. In an epic struggle, he lays everything on the line to gain the power he needs to search for his mother, Mariana. With Rayna, the love of his life, by his side, he fights for the life he never knew he wanted.

    When Kai meets his ... more

  • The Visionary

    by J.C. Gemmell
    At the beginning of February 2060, Mount Erebus erupted, the first of a chain of Antarctic volcanoes that forever changed Earth’s future. Within days, sea levels began to rise, until sixty metres of water claimed coastlines worldwide. Twelve-year-old Xin-yi and her mother fled their home, surviving amongst a community of rice farmers. A year later, a chance conversation with international census officials prepared her for a new life. Now fourteen, Xin-yi commences her training as a visiona... more
  • The Uprisers

    by J.C. Gemmell
    The elimination of Earth’s excess water was crucial to building a better world, providing access to real estate and raw materials. For a thousand years, the ejected ice remained safely stored in Tion’s orbit, and the human population soared. Mike has a licence to move tourists through Tion’s spheres, despite new restrictions in the movement of people and data. His latest clients know nothing of his previous life and relationship to Pazel, or of the voice from his past, tempting him to return.... more
  • Webley and The World Machine

    by Zachary Chopchinski
    "This world within a world is such a fabulous concept! It's almost like Star Trek, Doctor Who, and the Bible all mashed up together with a steampunk twist." A strange coin. A mysterious elevator. And a war deep within the Earth that could destroy the world. Adal and Arija weren't concerned with what makes the world go round until they followed an old coin into a dark cave. Deep within the Earth is a world they never dreamed possible. A world that will challenge their most important beliefs... more

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