• The Girl with Three Eyes by Ana Smocvin

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    Amy is an unusual girl, she was born with three eyes. But her parents, just like her entourage, can’t accept her hideous feature. One day, however, she realizes that this is rather a blessing than a curse. Her third eye helps her see more than others, she discovers she has supernatural abilities. Will she be able to handle her gift? Would people accept and love her?

  • Wergild: A Heartwarming Tale of Coldblooded Vengeance by Boris L. Slocum

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    Tormented, robbed, and murdered by their Gheet neighbors, the Surrey folk of the County of Blenheim are a battered and cowed people in their own land. It’s what happens when you lose a war. Deirdre is just a Surrey farm-girl, but when the Gheet murder those she holds most dear, she refuses to sit around and wait for her own slaughter. She wants justice, she wants vengeance, she wants blood, and she’s willing to do anything to get it, even if that means selling her soul to the fiend, a dark and malevolent creature that lurks in the far-off barrow in the blackest woods of the forest. One way or the other, she’ll have her vengeance.

  • Zombies in Saudi Arabia by Andy Ibrahim

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    The sound of a civil defense siren blares in an Eastern Saudi Arabian city, and sisters Sara and Malak awaken to a terrifying new world. After days of strange, foreboding behavior from animals, the girls find themselves in a nightmare, separated from their parents. They join with their best friends, May and Reama, and all four girls band together to try and find their families as the city around them falls into chaos as the undead rise and attack the living.

    While the girls try to avoid formidable zombies made unpredictably more aggressive by the Arabian sun than any in fiction, they are joined by Rakan, Sara’s coworker, and his cousin. The group quickly discovers that suspicion between them causes friction. Still, they push on, hoping to survive long enough to meet their families in a safe zone. To make matters worse, some members of the group exhibit strange behavior and others are not who they seem.

    As the girls battle to survive, they also fight to keep their sense of self as young Saudi women in all the different identities they represent.

    Will the girls be able to maintain their identities and their trust in themselves despite their struggle for survival? Can the group stay together long enough to reach a safe zone? Will the girls’ suspicions prove to true or end up ruining their only chances to find their parents?

  • The Killer of Art by Sviatoslav Kozachenko

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    The young writer Vitaliy Svitlychnyi wakes up in the coffin in the mysterious house of the master of illusions – Lysander. Under the rules of the bloody game, all guests invited to the house should die one after the other. Rescuing himself and the lives of his new friends, Vitaliy tries to unravel the riddle of the damned to an unbearable death. About the illusion of light and shadows at play, about the scenes of forgotten manuscripts that have the ability to revive and embody reality, about the price of talent and fame – read in the thriller of Sviatoslav Kozachenko “The Killer of Art.”

  • Invaded by TJ Clark

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    The NASA-confirmed sighting of a group of UFOs above the Los Angeles skies made international headlines, but when Tabitha Mayfield shares the details of her own terrifying encounter and resulting arm injury with her fiancé and coworkers, she is met with skepticism and brushed off as dramatic. She can’t shake the fear an alien life form is implanted in her forearm and soon becomes immersed in a battle to not only rid herself of it, but to protect her loved ones, her career, and most importantly, her sanity. The impossible choices Tabitha is forced to make will forever impact the course of her life and perhaps all of humanity.

  • Zombie Diaries by RWK Clark

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    Bestselling author and master of horror, RWK Clark, unleashed a teenage outcast with revenge against her classmates. A fun timeless coming-of-age fantasy as only he could envision it.
    While most high school juniors are worried about acne, grades, and dating, Mavis Harvey has a host of issues to deal with, like her appetite for human flesh. Don’t worry, the bullies won’t get far. Crunch!
    Revel in a new phase of RWK Clark’s writing career that is yielding his most imaginative, and bestselling work yet, a must-read epic saga.

  • Rise of the Witch by Jason Kondrath

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    Jeanie had long suffered her elitist families, mental, emotional, and sexual abuse, so she summoned the “Powers of Darkness” for help, and they did… for a price.
    They not only gave her Solace, but Vengeance and no one was sparred.
    In the aftermath, she met and fell in love with Mark, a man she loved more than life itself. The two fell in love and soon Jeanie found herself pregnant.
    The young couple planned to marry, but Jeanie never told her fiancee about her past debts…

  • Becoming Faust by J.R Sutton

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    It’s like the Devil’s Advocate and Constantine meets Fifty Shades, but with a good plot.

    Wealth, fame, sex. Three different words but all share the same meaning, power. Bastian James Faust possesses all three. The City of Sin never sleeps, nor do the wicked. Journalist Atiana Halifax is about to discover this first hand when she steps into the sinful world of the famed mogul.

    Present day.

    A veil of darkness has slowly begun to shadow out the world, and the age-old battle of good versus evil has moved to a new playing field, Earth. The savage and the exiled that were forced into hiding by the light have re-emerged with the cover of night to reclaim the Earth that once was theirs. All appears bleak and lost until the fate of the world is heavily, and unexpectedly placed into the hands of a ballsy Las Vegas journalist named Atiana Halifax. Atiana embarks upon a visual journey that leads her into the sultry world and tormented past of one of the richest, most powerful men alive, Bastian James Faust, in hopes of finding the answer of how to bring back light. Can Atiana save the human race from genocide before it’s too late, and save herself from being drawn into the mysterious, sensual allure that is Bastian James?

    Along Atiana’s dangerous journey, she is introduced to a collection of different characters, and supernatural beings that expose her to a world, and culture long ignored and unseen by the human race. Some are there to aid her in her quest, and others have been sent to stop her at any cost. As Atiana delves deeper into the methodical, provocative mind, and life of Bastian James Faust, she discovers more than she expected, sympathy for the Devil.

  • Fractured Fairytales, Volume 1 by Laurel Black

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    There’s always been an untold nostalgia within an otherwise happy fairy tale. Whether it be through innocent love, erotic romance, or even love born from war, macabre desires will always rule over their hearts. Because after all, that’s what it means, for beauty to be found within tragedy.

    Stories in this collection include The Death of Love, Imperfection, and Mechanical Hearts.

  • Broken Melody by Joseph Kiel

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    Young college student Melody has been living a little recklessly recently, and this morning she woke up with all the signs of a fangover: two bite marks on her neck and no memory of the night before. Fearing she’s about to turn into a supernatural creature, she embarks on the ultimate all-nighter full of indulgence and perversions, a twisted race against time to kill the very vampire that infected her before she too will make her turn…