Find out the latest indie author news. For FREE.

Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror

  • Undertow: Death's Twilight (The Maura DeLuca Trilogy Book 2)

    by Claudette Melanson
    Maura will discover the darkest parts of herself in her quest to understand the being she is destined to become. Her newfound friend has some shady intentions of his own—such as thwarting the love that has grown between Maura and Ron. Following in the wake of the impulsive vampire’s misguided instruction may further pull a naive Maura down into the depths of ultimate despair, heartbreak…and even destruction.
  • Oshun Rising: Trinity Forest Book 2

    by Jennifer Alsever
    In the second installment to the Trinity Forest Series, OSHUN has everything a young pop star could ever want—fame, fortune, and beauty to spare. But there’s something dark inside of her, rising like the tide, fighting to be heard. Something that terrifies her. Because once she lets it out, she knows there’s no going back. EMBER is drowning. Fighting for consciousness, struggling to make sense of the strange dreams she’s been having—prophecies of murder, deception, and blackmail. But once sh... more
  • The Dawn of Skye

    by E. B. Heimdal

    The first book in the series The Someday Children

    A story about survival, friendship, hope and love.

    Skye and her twin brother, Ecco, struggle to survive in a world without grown-ups. For five years they have lived alone in the woods. But they are not the only ones. Other groups of children wander in the wilderness. Some are enemies. Others are friends. Who can they trust? Skye and Ecco soon find out how far they are willing to go to survive. And what about the my... more

  • Dead Scared

    by Ivan Blake
    Who knew the dead have more to fear from the living than the living have to fear from the dead? Certainly not seventeen-year-old Chris Chandler, not before his family moved to Bemishstock, Maine in the autumn of 1985. His father’s job is to close plants for Allied Paper Products of Wisconsin. Bemishstock is his fourth crumbling town in six years, and each one has resented and harassed the Chandlers more hatefully than the previous. Even Chris will admit that his family’s odyssey across America... more
  • Cristobal: The Marks of Yggdrasil

    by Anthony A Valleriani
    A seven-century-old peace treaty signed by the Viking wizard warriors who helped discover the New World is about to expire. Prophecies say three children will be born bearing the Mark of Yggdrasil, and they will have extraordinary abilities... Now a newborn, Cristobal, has what appears to be one of these marks. He is secretly sent away to be raised at an orphanage far removed from the wizarding world, but most importantly, away from the control of UMANA, the United Magical And Non-Magical Allian... more
  • Chris Kringle's Cops: The First Mission

    by Ellwyn Autumn
    When Patty Pringle answers a help wanted ad to work for Santa, she has no idea that she will soon be embarking on an adventure that will change her life forever. Patty and her younger brother Sean go to the mall to meet Santa, which is when Sean steals some of the letters that children have sent to Santa. Determined to return the letters to Santa, Patty teams up with an elf named Agent 12-25, who takes her to the North Pole. At the North Pole, they discover that it is too late for Santa to deliv... more
  • Hamelin Stoop: The Lost Princess and the Jewel of Periluna

    by Robert B. Sloan
    Hamelin's story began when he was found as a newborn in a tomato crate on the stoop of an orphanage in west Texas. Hamelin's first adventures with the Great Eagle led him through the mysterious cave and finally, across the footbridge. He has learned that his quest to find his parents and learn his true identity will not be quickly done or easy to fulfill. The Great Eagle leads him through the dangerous Waters of Death and Life and into the Land of Gloaming, where Hamelin is thrown into the midst... more
  • Hamelin Stoop: The Eagle, the Cave, and the Footbridge

    by Robert B. Sloan
    Afraid of being caught by trackers from another world, a young mother abandons her baby boy in a tomato box inside the screened porch of a children's home. The staff at the orphanage name him Hamelin Stoop, but he grows up longing to learn his real name, find his parents, and thus discover his true identity. Life is not easy for Hamelin. He belongs to everyone, though in some ways to no one fully. And the people he is closest to leave him one by one. A letter from an older friend advises Hamelin... more
  • Superteam: The Red Raptor Files - Part 2

    by Christopher J. Valin
    When Sawyer Vincent, otherwise known as the hero Red Raptor, gets fed up with the strict rules being enforced by the Guild of Masked Crimefighters, he decides to start his own super group of teen heroes. But things don't go as smoothly as he hoped, and soon the drama starts to overshadow the action and adventure. Meanwhile, Sawyer gets a job working at a fast food burger place to help hide his crime fighting activities from his mom, but it becomes more trouble when it's worth when his boss tur... more
  • How to Make Friends and Not Incinerate People

    by Devin Harnois
    Welcome to Shadow Valley, a town hidden from the world — and full of monsters. Students at the high school learn how to control their supernatural powers alongside regular classes. Graduation means the freedom to go out into the human world. Failure means being trapped in town for good. Aiden discovers a new world when his changeling powers manifest. Forced to move to Shadow Valley, he struggles with the fear of his powers and his strange classmates. When he meets bad boy Dylan, a dragonkin,... more
  • Rainbow Islands

    by Devin Harnois

    In the Christian Republic, homosexual people are given two choices—a camp to "fix" them, or exile to the distant islands populated by lesbians and gay men.

    Sixteen-year-old Jason chooses exile and expects a hardscrabble life but instead finds a thriving, supportive community. While exploring his identity as a transgender boy he also discovers adventure: kraken attacks, naval battles, a flying island built by asexual people, and a daring escape involving glow-in-the-dark ... more

  • A Faint Echo

    by J. A. Sedler
    It is 2035 when a new organization joins forces with the United Nations to help establish order. The POLICE go out of their way to feed the hungry and the poor, end the drug trades, stop crime, and transport medical supplies to the ill. In short, they are miracle workers. Unfortunately, something is about to go very wrong. After the POLICE make the fateful decision to leave their partnership with the United Nations, World War III breaks out. Five long years of fighting eventually cause the Un... more
  • Fraction in Time (The Stelladaur Series, Book 3)

    by S.L. Whyte

    Life at the Bleak was anything but a game. There were rules to follow. What if Reilly didn't follow the rules? Something bizarre happens to Reilly when he returns from Ireland 1896 through the portal to the library near his home. He feels different. Almost as if he's not the same person that he was before he left ... or worse! Finally, he kisses Norah! But that leads to haunting flashbacks of Black Castle--where Deceptors imprint the bodies of their prisoners--and other horrors h... more

  • Call of the Phoenix

    by Erik Daniel Shein and Melissa Davis
    Ever since the beginning, people have shared the world with the animals. Magical guardians once guided the people to treat all Earth’s creatures with reverence. The mystical winged serpent, Challis, lived within the chosen guardians, guiding them to promote a peaceful co-existence. When her spirit transcended from the mystical amulet to the next spirit keeper, darkness eroded her purity, making her pure magic a new vessel for darkness. When the new keeper’s reign was broken, the damage had alrea... more
  • The Eye of Zeus

    by Alane Adams
    Meet Phoebe Katz, the 12-year-old foster kid from New York City that’s been bounced around the system her entire life. Things happen around Phoebe, but it’s not like they’re her fault! At her newest school, Dexter Academy, she’s finally made two friends: Angie, whose father may or may not be in the mob, and Damian, a brainiac who can recite pages of useless facts. When a two-headed dog suddenly attacks her in the gymnasium, Phoebe is sure she’s losing her mind until a statue of Athena comes to... more
  • The Sun Jumpers

    by Ken Luber

    Ten thousand years ago, two teenage lovers – Ty and Sita - set out with two friends searching through a deadly forest for a tribe to save their cave-dwelling clan. The blood of a beast and Sita’s potions scramble their psyches, hurtling the dark-skinned seekers from their families’ prehistoric world into technology-driven Twenty-first Century Los Angeles. A young filmmaker, Darren, shooting carpet commercials for his rich, overbearing father, mistakes the Stone Age kids for ... more

Loading...