See It First: Tom Germann, Jason Werbeloff, and H. B. Lyne

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Horror

Outbreak: A Zombie Transference Short Story Prequel by Tom Germann

Set a few months before the characters arrive in The Service Centre. This story is set behind the iron curtain where the initial outbreak occurs and you will see how the infection spreads as well as some more information that will relate to the main story.

This story is approximately eight thousand words long and you do not have to read this to follow the main story.

Science Fiction

Defragmenting Daniel by Jason Werbeloff

7 stolen organs. 1 vengeful victim. A gruesome sci-fi thriller.

Just how far will Daniel go to find his parts, and become whole again?

Defragmenting Daniel is a cyberpunk crime thriller with over two hundred 5-star reviews on Amazon and Goodreads. This story will unnerve you. Every part of you.

Fantasy

Seeds of Autumn by H. B. Lyne

In a City filled with hungry shadows and twisted nightmares, how will Ariana survive the beast within?

When Ariana Yates’ nightmares start bleeding into reality, she fights to resist the changes draining her body. When she finally relents, a whole new world opens up before her; a world that is equally terrifying and fascinating. She is welcomed into a new family, and discovers that the city of Caerton is home to a host of shapeshifters, who guard the veil between the world of humanity and the realms of deadly demons and inhuman fae.

Ariana must adjust to the radical changes in her life, and struggles to balance her humanity with the beast within, in the midst of a hidden, war-torn world.

Mysteries unfold and tensions mount in this thrilling first instalment of Echoes of the Past.

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