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The Guardian Chronicles: Fear of the Dark

by Robby DeLuca

As Robby DeLuca's second novel, this topples all boundaries that World of Dead set. Join the Guardians, a group of young people who's sole purpose is to protect Heaven and the humans. But soon, a dire threat...

Missing Pieces

by Ray Daley

When an ex-serviceman seeks answers about his military past, how far will people go to make sure he finds out exactly what he wants to know? And how much harder will they work to make sure he doesn't?

Forge of Stones

by Vasileios Kalampakas

In a world dominated by a theocratic regime, a rebel and a thinker embark on an unwilling adventure that will challenge everything about the past and shape their future in ways they could not have ever imagined....

Vampire Masters of Mercury

by Tara Loughead

Someone is killing the Thermpires of the Twilight Belt, on Mercury. A delicate situation that means requesting the talents of Ghaavn and Bulays to solve the problem. And where is her cousin, Bulayd? A series...

Jack

by Tom Horn

When he travels back in time, an investigative reporter gets more than he bargains for when he discovers the identity of Jack the Ripper.

The Devil's Prophet, book I, Revelations

by Paul DeThroe

The road-map to Armageddon starts here! There are those among us whose path is predetermined by fate. Col. Robert Franklin, U.S. Army pilot, discovers he is one of these people, after surviving being shot down...

The 53rd Attempt

by Ray Daley

Keep trying until you succeed, no matter what you are attempting. Even if it's the attempt to discover time travel. Better luck next time, perhaps?

The Three Planeteers For All

by Edmonda Hamilton

Undercover and on the run, hunted by their own organisation, the Three Planeteers. With half the Solar System in the grip of a tyrannical dictator, can three brave women retrieve the genius woman they need to...

Waking Up Different

by Ray Daley

In the course of medicine, there may come a time when we can safely freeze ourselves and wake in what will hopefully be a better, brighter future. The operative word there being "hopefully".

Copy, Write

by Ray Daley

An advertising agency in the golden age of radio is no place for a science fiction writer. Or is it? Find out inside!

Rent Boys of Jove

by Tara Loughead

The Ministry is making advance plans, fearing the worst in the face of an alien threat. This means making a deal with the top crime organisation in the system. To do so and gain their trust, first Ghaavn must...

Sargasso of Lost Starships Rehidden

by Poula Anderson

Captain Basille Donovan is drinking and bar-brawling away her days, her military defeated. The victors force her back into action—to the Black Nebula, and the otherworldy beauty of old lover Valdum, a super-powerful...

The Dark World Relit

by Henrietta Kuttner

Edwina Bond of Earth and Ganelyn of the Coven – two different women, or are they? Either way, the sweet lips of the Red Warlock Medeo are enticing. When they change places in the Dark World, a long conflict...

The Third

by Abel Keogh

When Ransom Lawe, a recycler in the Pacific Northwest, finds out his wife is pregnant with their third—and therefore illegal—child, he’s forced to choose between the government who proclaims a desire to...

Cigs, Bolan & Strange Men With Guns (sample)

by Gayle Ramage

1979, London. Darcy, a bored australian journalist, goes outside for a smoke and bears witness to something that will change her life forever. Featuring cigarettes, mentions of a 70s glam rocker and a very strange...

Regret

by Jaleta Clegg

The invention of the Emoticator promises to free mankind from unwanted emotional burdens. But at what cost to our future?

Delightment of decomposer

by death20015

When greth wants out of his tomb and take a midnight stroll his rotting friends always forbade him, but tonight he decides to go and explore a forgotten world.he soon finds out its not so forgotten after all.in...

The Last Day With My Friends (In The Marble Orchard)

by Ray Daley

Now the war is over, the fight for peace, prosperity and shared knowledge is just as important. But some knowledge is too important to be shared.

The Impossible Venusian

by Tara Loughead

Bulays and Ghaavn take Wing and her friend Jacqui the werewolf girl to the Space Circus. For the Space Family Alynbard, the Topless Aerialist Trio of Titan, it is a good thing they did as Karshi assassins are...

Replay

by Drew Wagar

An Oolite Short Story - Difficult to describe even in summary without giving away the plot. It’s only three and a half pages long, so won’t take you long. Suffice to say, things aren’t always what they...