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  • The Devil Pulls the Strings

    by J. W. Zarek
    Set in modern-day Wentzville, MO, New York City, and 1813 Genoa, Italy, where time travel, Slavic mythology, secret societies, Paganini's music and one haunted hero collide. Twenty two year old Boone Daniels has problems, debilitating panic attack, gut-wrenching guilt, a wendigo haunting him since age six, and now he almost killed his best friend in a joust. But when he fills in for his injured friend at a New York gig, he goes to meet the gig's contact at his NYC brownstone. A body falls fro... more
  • Love Stories

    by Katherine Villyard
    What is love? What can love drive us to do? In these stories, love pushes us to revenge, to reach beyond the boundaries of life and death. To rescue a family member. To fight the good fight without even knowing it, or to risk everyone and everything to save someone who may or may not be worthy. To make the wrong decisions and walk into hell. To transcend who we are. Love can make us both the best and worst versions of ourselves Love Stories is a collection of seven previously published ... more
  • The Bridge to Magic

    by Alex Thornbury
    Magic is treacherous, it lied to them all...When the spheres of life had collided, and the gods turned their gazes aside. When the world stained with death had been sundered, and the bridge twined across the great chasm. When the fires of hope have subsided, and courage is fading away, does our character finally enter upon the story's dark, frightening stage.Are you ready to face your darkest fears and cross the Bridge to Magic?In a world where magic and its guardians have been banished to t... more
  • Where the Lightning Goes

    by Jackary Salem
    After a powerful wizard tears Elle’s soul apart and steals her memories, she’s locked in a house to rot. Her only remaining memory is of falling from the sky, though even that raises more questions than it answers. Upon her escape, she falls into a world that’s equal parts vicious and beautiful. Magic is everywhere, everyone is out for themselves, and every truth is accompanied by a lie. Her lack of memories grows maddening and painful. She’s positive that the key to recovering her memories is i... more
  • Dream of Writing: An Original Screenplay

    by Gregory L Fischer
    College English senior Ramen Noodle (Ray) wants to make a name for himself as a screenwriter more than anything in the world. Unfortunately, he's got a long way to go. He gave up a football scholarship and decided to support himself and his education at Orleans University by working as a bartender in the French Quarter. Not to mention he's failing his capstone screenwriting course. But after enduring a recurring nightmare about a possessed, murdering cannibal who dresses like an alligator and te... more
  • The Adventures of Elsabeth Soesten: Prize Play

    by D. E. Wyatt

    A glorious contest of arms awaits in the City of Ain.

    Seeing an opportunity long denied her to demonstrate her mettle, Elsabeth has been drawn to Ain by a gathering of the most celebrated masters of arms from across Navarre and Boehm, summoned to a conference on their art by Sir Stemham Crosseby, Master of the Longsword. The foremost attraction of the event is the Playings — A testing of his students before the eyes of the Count of Ain himself.

    Elsabeth seeks the unthinkable... more

  • Vertical City

    by Tristan Scott
    Edgar Pacey is alone in a world without loneliness. His home, Vertical City, a gargantuan skyscraper on the island of Tristan da Cunha, is claustrophobically packed with the last remnants of the human race. Edgar, a carbon miner and resident of the underground, awkwardly navigates his days without privacy or solitude. He often wonders - to the indifference or confusion of those around him - if their way of life is normal? But then, Edgar's quick thinking during a seemingly freak mining accident ... more
  • The Narrator

    by Babak Hodjat
    Imagine an app that creates a story based on one’s life, complete with genres and characters to choose from. The Narrator is that app. There’s just one problem: the company behind the product isn’t seeing the popularity and use they were hoping for. Fraught with suspense, The Narrator is a foreboding of the power of technology, and asks the urgent question: How much of our lives is guided by free will and can we get back control before it’s too late?
  • The Body Politic (The Tribal Wars Book 2)

    by Stella Atrium
    Brianna Miller returns to Dolvia where tribal women protest the oppressive rule of Rabbenu Ely by self-torchings in the Cylay Square. Brianna re-establishes her tribal schools and takes on assistant Kelly Osborn who is mixed blood and also a poet. Kelly visits a neighboring planet Cicero where her aunt Carline Bryant takes over her education. While returning to Dolvia, Kelly meets the Australian adventurer Hershel Henry who has signed on for a tour of Dolvia as a photo-journalist. Henry ta... more

    by Michele E. Gwynn

    The missing are being returned...but who is sending them back? For Special Agents Roger Otis of the FBI and Niall Alchurch of MI6, their assignment to Section 5, a joint international taskforce investigating incidents of unusual origin, has been a step up the career ladder, but the price paid for the privilege grows with each new case. Chasing down mysterious coordinates leads them on a hunt for missing persons across the globe—cases long grown cold. Amid unbelievable discoveries and di... more

  • Type B

    by Steve Mitchell
    John, a courier for Mercy Hospital lab, is given instructions to go pick up two blood specimens and rush them to the hospital for analysis. John discovers information about a deadly blood disease that is fatal to everyone except those who have type B blood and those who have not reached adolescence. The medical community doesn’t know what it is, how it spreads or how to cure it. What they do know is the virus spreads rapidly with a 100 percent mortality rate. As the disease takes its toll on t... more
  • Saurian : Redemption in the Amazon

    by John Craven Smarr
    In a laboratory, in the hills of California a discovery has been made...a discovery which will change the world as we know it. A basin lost to time has been discovered in the Amazon jungle, rumored to be filled with plants and animals from pre-history. Dinosaurs- Alive, Today. Now, BioPharm, a Bio-engineering company that makes pharmaceuticals out of the chemical properties of plants and animals alike has put together a safari to take advantage of the rich resources unknown to modern science. An... more
  • Any Other Name

    by Ela Bambust
    Jonathan Rosewood thought he was going to die when a truck hurtles toward him. But, saved by Afterlife Social Services, he's instead turned into a cat familiar and sent to the Waxing Weather Warlock School for the magically gifted. Once there, he becomes fast friends with ferret familiar Simon and Fox Sarah. Together with their Witches and Wizards they train to protect the world from invasion by the things that exist beyond it.
  • The Way of the Cicadas

    by Audrey Henley
    An amnesiac survivor proves the outside’s habitability and spurs a group of bunker-borns on a gritty journey through an irradiated wasteland—perfect for fans of The 100 and Station Eleven.
  • Olivia & the Gentleman from Outer Space

    by Moses Yuriyvich Mikheyev

    Only friendship has the power to transcend time and space . . .


    When six-year-old Olivia finds a glowing treasure map that only she can see, she has no idea what it means. But six years later, when a spaceship lands in the wheatfields behind the farmhouse where she lives with her dad, she discovers she has an important destiny to fulfill. She is the Princess of Blue Earth, and only she can read the map that will lead to the Black Ruby, which has the power to heal a... more

  • Come One, Come All

    by E. Gilliland
    The Pied Piper Circus lures in the lost, the lonely, people who wish to be stronger or faster or prettier…but once you join, you can never leave. Louisa knows the dangers of the traveling carnival, but she cannot afford to stay away. Not if she wants to get rid of the white owl that’s been haunting her, invading her dreams. Not if she wants to know about the dark, sinister mark in her eyes that convinces people to follow her every whim, no matter how terrible. Not when she fears what she mig... more