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Exclusive Between Life and Death: Dead Woman’s Journal by Ann Christy
If there’s one good thing about the end of the world, it’s that Jillian wasn’t alone when it happened. Her neighborhood is still populated and more importantly, no one is trying to eat anyone else. The rest of the world isn’t so lucky. Where the Awakened roam, terror follows.
A medical miracle turned bad is the cause of it all. What’s worse, almost everyone has some form of the medicine in their system. Medical nanites changed the landscape is wonderful ways, but when those medical miracles turned bad, it was the end of the world.
Within the safety of their small waterfront neighborhood, Jillian and her neighbors must forge a new path, one that will keep them safe… keep them alive. Within each of them lies the seeds of destruction, but also the will to survive.
Gothic Science Fiction
Hell Hole: The Official Screenplay by Donald Firesmith
When a huge hole opens up in the path of a controversial new pipeline, the oil company’s head of safety convinces her estranged husband to fly to Alaska’s North Slope and investigate. But when geologist Jack Oswald rappels down into the mysterious pit, he discovers it is unlike anything he has ever seen. Meanwhile, giant wolf-like creatures slaughter both wildlife and people, and they attack the nearby protester camp, indiscriminately killing protesters and even the oil company’s armed guards. This prompts a reporter to reveal herself as a member of an ancient secret society dedicated to defending humanity from demons. The survivors soon learn there are worse monsters than hellhounds. To repair his broken marriage, the middle-aged geology professor only needs to save his wife…
Exclusive Preview The Humanarium by C. W. Tickner
Could you kill your god to win your freedom?
Humans are now nothing more than pets.
Orphaned as a child, Harl Eriksson lives an average life as a blacksmith in an ordinary town. However, his ordinary town is inside a terrarium maintained by an alien three hundred times his size.
Trapped and unaware of a life outside their tank, Harl’s people worship the giant alien as a god.
When a deadly accident reveals the truth about his life, Harl is thrust into a surreal world on a titanic scale. He battles to understand what he uncovers as the future of mankind teeters on the brink of extinction.
Can Harl rescue the remnants of humanity or will the artificial god be our downfall?
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