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release date: Sep 17, 2018
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Black Infinity: Body Snatchers (Volume 3)
Black Infinity #3 features 13 tales of alien control, alien possession, and alien replacement; plus a brief history of body snatchers in SF movies, TV and print; not to mention science fact, retro movie reviews and comics. 200 pages featuring fiction by Philip K. Dick, Gregory L. Norris, Lester del Rey, Marc Vun Kannon, Harry Harrison, Douglas Smith, Clifford D. Simak, Kurt Newton, John W. Campbell, and others.
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release date: Dec 16, 2015
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Great War Modernism: Artistic Response in the Context of War, 1914-1918
New Modernist Studies, while reviving and revitalizing modernist studies through lively, scholarly debate about historicity, aesthetics, politics, and genres, is struggling with important questions concerning the delineation that makes discussion fruitful and possible. This volume aims to explore and clarify the position of the so-called ‘core’ of literary modernism in its seminal engagement with the Great War. In studying the years of the Great War, we find ourselves once more studying ‘the giants,’ about whom there is so much more to say, as well as adding hitherto marginalized writers – and a few visual artists – to the canon. The contention here is that these war years were seminal to the development of a distinguishable literary practice which is called ‘modernism,’ but perhaps could be further delineated as ‘Great War modernism,’ a practice whose aesthetic merits can be addressed through formal analysis. This collection of essays offers new insight into canonical British/American/European modernism of the Great War period using the critical tools of contemporary, expansionist modernist studies. By focusing on war, and on the experience of the soldier and of those dealing with issues of war and survival, these studies link the unique forms of expression found in modernism with the fragmented, violent, and traumatic experience of the time.
release date: Sep 22, 2017
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Gerry Anderson's The Day After Tomorrow: Into Infinity
Suspended high above a dying Earth at Space Station Delta, the light ship Altares readies to launch for mankind's first intergalactic mission to the stars. Neighbouring Alpha Centauri is the destination for the crew of five, whose aim is to inspire hope for an overcrowded and desperate planet. But almost from the moment the launch, the crew finds itself in mortal jeopardy. Based on the classic Gerry Anderson (Thunderbirds, Space: 1999) made-for-TV movie - The Day After Tomorrow (also known as Into Infinity)
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release date: Jul 15, 2018
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Summer Fair
Summer festivals bring the aroma of popcorn, the excitement of rides, and the promise of real-life enchantment. Seven authors bring you original love stories, each set at a different summer celebration. You’ll experience the thrill of the Chicago World’s fair through the eyes of a plucky girl reporter and the quiet desperation of a teen working a summer job at a traveling carnival. Get whisked away on romantic journeys around the world from a sweet Texas Dewberry Festival to a lantern-filled temple celebration to a surprisingly rowdy New England Founders Day. Whether it’s the magic of a Renaissance Fair, the excitement of a Theater Retreat, or the pulse of a Music Festival, you’re sure to get geared up for all things summer with this delightful new collection.
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release date: Aug 05, 2016
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Behind the Uniform (Mischief Corner Collections) (Volume 1)
Uniformed careers are a matter of choice and of sacrifice – military, fire, police, forest service, etc. – and the people who choose these careers are often dedicated to a fault. But sometimes dedication can come with a hefty price. Behind the Uniform illustrates the physical or emotional sacrifice and the hard choices that sometimes come with such all-consuming dedication.

A Wolf in Cop's Clothing by Toni Griffin

Marcus Holland loves his job as a small town cop and his life with his pack. When his mate, Brian, kissed him goodbye that morning and remarked, "This is Leyburn. What trouble could I possibly find?" Marcus really hoped never to find out. He had no idea how much those words would come back to haunt him as he goes about his duties.

It's the Hat by Jon Keys

Forest ranger Matt Keller’s frustrations mount as he tries to bust a poaching ring in a Michigan national forest and now he’s discovered that Kyle, the gorgeous waiter he desperately wants to ask out, has an ex-boyfriend hanging around. The ex is bad news, Kyle says it’s complicated, and Matt’s not sure which way to jump. Just as Matt’s puzzling things out with Kyle, his pursuit of the poachers takes a dangerous turn and he could risk losing all the pieces he’s fought so hard to juggle.

The Head Shed by Gregory L. Norris
Milo Hanover is proud to manage a Head Shed. He and the sex workers he supervises are vital to the morale and sanity of troops fighting a ruthless alien invader. When Colonel Dunnegin arrives at the Shed, though, it isn’t for the usual reason. He reveals that humanity needs Milo for the secrets carried in his genetic code rather than his enthusiastic service. In the desperate race to get Milo to the front, he battles his own heart even as he’s thrust into the battleground for humanity’s survival.
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release date: Mar 26, 2018
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Digital Horror Fiction Anthology: Volume 1 (25 Horror Fiction Short Stories)
DIGITAL HORROR FICTION ANTHOLOGY 25 Horror Fiction Short Stories 2:51, Behind the Caterpillar — Gregory L. Norris A Dream for Sugar — Bruce Memblatt A Pocket of Madness — Samuel Marzioli Aces and Kings — David M. Hoenig The Animals — Aaron Gudmunson The Borrowed Man — James Dorr His Own Personal Golgotha — Geoff Brown Building Condemned (Seeking Asylum) — Adrian Ludens Compartmental — Jay Caselberg Democracy — Larry Hinkle Demon Driver — Adrian Cole Late for Eisheth — Tracie McBride Giving at the Office — Geoff Gander Shadows of the Darkest Jade — Sarah Hans Intermediary — Jason A. Wyckoff Ark of the Lonesome — Jenner Michaud SdroW — Bruce Lockhart 2nd & Suzie Lockhart Roadkill — C.M. Saunders Sapphire Eyes Shining — Rie Sheridan Rose Suggestive Thoughts — H.L. Fullerton Symeon — Bill Zaget The Good Life — Michelle Mellon The Great White Bed — Don Webb The River Slurry — Rue Karney Where There Is Life — Renee Miller

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release date: Dec 16, 2017
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The Shadow Over Deathlehem: An Anthology of Holiday Horrors for Charity
O little town of Deathlehem, Within you death doth lie! Beneath thy deep and rutted streets Tormented souls do cry. Yet in your dark streets shineth A cold and ghostly light. The fears and tears of all the years Are met in thee tonight. Well, here we are again, folks — Deathlehem … … where Krampus isn't the only creature to fear when the holiday draws near… … where holiday treats aren't safe to eat … … where not even the apocalypse will keep people from celebrating the holiday … … where even Chanukah isn't safe to celebrate … Twenty-five more tales of holiday horror to benefit The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
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release date: Dec 07, 2013
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Ominous Realities: The Anthology of Dark Speculative Horrors

Offering a collection of terrifying stories of science fiction, dark fantasy and speculative horrors, OMINOUS REALITIES is a dark thrill ride that explores what is in store for mankind.

The terrifying journey takes you on an exploration of post-Apocalyptic worlds, to experience societies where dark corporations control every aspect of life, where humanity must consider horrifying alternatives, and takes you on a trip through horrifying speculative scenarios that pose dire consequences for the existence of mankind.

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HOW TO MAKE A HUMAN by Martin Rose - A scientist creates a race of robots giving them the ability to resurrect humanity after the apocalypse. But with dire consequences.

ANGIE by John F.D. Taff - A divorced couple tries to ensure their survival after society collapses. Navigating the treacherous back roads of America, they realize the horror of true devotion.

ON THE THRESHOLD by William Meikle - How far is science willing to go to prove we're not alone and possibly find the terrifying dangers that exist beyond the threshold?

DOYOSHOTA by Ken Altabef - One by one the residents of a Nevada town are succumbing to the debilitating effects of a strange hum. Many believe it’s a black ops program others are convinced of its far darker origins.

THIRD OFFENSE by Gregory L. Norris - In an oppressive society where creativity is banned and advertising is all-pervasive, a factory worker attempts to escape enslavement with horrifying results.

METAMORPHOSIS by J. Daniel Stone - Together, a brother and sister discover the unique bond has the ability to affect humanity in the darkest of ways.

WE ARE HALE, WE ARE WHOLE by Eric Del Carlo - Global climate change has reshaped the world, and multi-national corporations control every aspect of life. To what horrifying lengths will they go in the struggle to maintain profit?

PURE BLOOD AND EVERGREEN by Bracken MacLeod - Victims of ethnic cleansing, two boys share a painful struggle for survival. Their actions start events that leave the lives of everyone they know hanging in a dangerous balance.

JOHN, PAUL, XAVIER, IRONSIDE AND GEORGE (BUT NOT VINCENT) by Hugh A.D. Spencer - Earth is under attack by mysterious biomechanical entities. With the end near, one man spends his last days with an enigmatic client who is of great import to those in charge.

AND THE HUNTER, HOME FROM THE HILL by Edward Morris - Could it be that accounts of superheroes are actually based in reality? It could be that the old man living down the street is hiding his own dark secrets.

BORN BAD by Jonathan Balog - Raised by the church, Lucien harbors a frightening secret that may prove to have dire circumstances for mankind.

THE LAST BASTION OF SPACE by Ewan C. Forbes - Privatization has run amok and simple pleasures come at a premium price. For one young couple there is no choice but to turn their minds over to insidious corporate control.

EVERY SOUL IS A GRIMOIRE by Allen Griffin - Harvey works for a shadowy government and is responsible for a man with dangerous knowledge. Being near him is blurring his reality and opening the door to terrifying evil.

FROM THE EAST by Alice Goldfuss - After global cataclysm, a scientist struggles to determine the cause. Driven by professional convictions, she finds herself in a struggle for the existence of humanity.

DECIDING IDENTITY by Paul Williams - Faced with the collision of two worlds, the citizens of each are given the choice to decide who shall live and who shall die.

THE LAST ELF by T. Fox Dunham - The fate of humanity rests with a sociopathic concentration camp commander. Having spent a lifetime chasing the enemies of Germany, he finds himself on the verge of his crowning achievement—ultimate extermination.

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release date: Dec 08, 2017
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Realities Perceived

Perception is Reality... or is it?

Nothing's more dangerous, or delightful, than invoking a cadre of talented authors to create short stories that defy our perceptions of reality. Do we create our own reality? Or does our view of it shape our world? Neither heroes nor heavens, victims nor villains, may grasp the true nature of our being.

From science fiction, to horror and the supernatural, to dramas about the fabric of our existence, this international fusion of artists will thrill you with an eclectic selection of tales that cross all genres. Book trailer video: https://youtu.be/3SLjzDd9o3Y

REVIEW: "...it kept me on the edge of my seat and I did not want to put it down even to eat or sleep. You have a great book here." - Lori Kibbey, Book Reviewer

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  • Anthology
  • Supernatural
  • Psychological Thriller/Suspense
  • Paranormal
  • Science Fiction (sci-fi)
  • Urban Fantasy
  • Legend
  • Metaphysical
  • Action/Adventure

An International Anthology of Speculative Short Fiction on Reality, Perception, and the Unreal.
Sit back and be prepared to have your perceptions of reality both challenged and distorted.

  • Magus of Murder by Cameron Johnston
    UK: A London-based, Dresden-esque heroine defies reality, the council of magi, and even death.

  • The Mortal Coil by A.P. Sessler
    U.S.: A strange device alters reality, or does it reveal the truth underneath?

  • Cobwebs And Cold Truths by Adrian Ludens
    U.S.: A psychological thriller where Halloween seems to shred the veil between madness and monsters.

  • I Carry You Everywhere by Katta Hules
    US: An interviewer dances between an author, an old flame, and insanity.

  • Son of Loch Garve by M.L. Garza
    US: Huntsman—hunted or haunted?

  • The Will and the Way of Things by Michelle Mellon
    GERMANY: In mystical China, a strange visitor alters a young couple's perception of hope.

  • Old Age and Treachery by Jason Allard
    US: Deadly aerial combat on reality TV can change your perspective.

  • The Purifiers by Kevin Singer
    U.S.: A post-apocalyptic squad of survivors face a new paradigm in what heroic means.

  • Asteroid AX-582 by Olga Godim
    BRITISH COLUMBIA: A sci-fi tale of non-acceptance, misperceptions, and second chances.

  • The Dodos By Gregory L. Norris
    U.S.: A drama about the need for friendship and hope when dealing with the cruel reality of life.

  • The Last Horseman by Mark Steinwachs
    U.S.: Metaphysical beings of the apocalypse battle for supremacy.

  • The Riches of the Kingdom of Enryaku-ji by Mary-Jean Harris
    ONTARIO: Mix Indiana Jones with Sherlock Holmes and throw in a dash of ninja mysticism.

  • River Onward by Jonathan Shipley
    US: An artist tastes a new reality of the preternatural, creating her own destiny.

  • Demon by A.D. Ross
    UK: Action-adventure where a death cult challenges one's concept of what constitutes a demon.

  • The Ogress by Keith Gouveia
    US: A demonic fare changes a cabbie in Japan's reality forever.

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release date: Sep 15, 2009
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Dead Bait: Horror Anthology
A husband hell-bent on revenge hunts a Wereshark...A Russian mail order bride with a fishy secret...Crabs with a collective consciousness...A vampire who transforms into a Candiru...Zombie piranha...Bait that will have you crawling out of your skin and more. Drawing on horror, humor with a helping of dark fantasy and a touch of deviance, these 19 contemporary stories pay homage to the monsters that lurk in the murky waters of our imaginations. If you thought it was safe to go back in the water...Think Again!
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