See It First: Bones Munroe, William Oday, and Demelza Carlton

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Horror

Meat by Bones Munroe

Meat by Bones Munroe

Emmet has a vested interest in keeping his neighborhood respectable. When he sees strange individuals coming, but never leaving his neighbor’s house, he begins to suspect that something nefarious is going on. Now that he saw a small child walk in but never walk out, he and his wife Clara need to figure out what is going on.

They will stop at nothing to rescue the innocent boy that is trapped inside before it’s too late.

Science Fiction

Exclusive The Darwin Protocol by William Oday

The Darwin Protocol by William Oday

A deranged virologist. A ruthless gang leader. A father haunted by his past. A family pushed to the edge as the world begins to crumble.

When a viral apocalypse threatens Los Angeles, former marine Mason West’s skills as a close protection officer may not be enough to save those he loves most. On the day of the outbreak, Mason pays back a personal debt igniting a bloody war with a vicious gang leader. Worse yet, his latest client is a complete nightmare, an egomaniac supermodel—the kind that expects the world to revolve around her, even when it’s falling apart.

With a debt to pay and his family to protect, the beginning of the end couldn’t be more personal.

Fantasy

Ocean’s Justice by Demelza Carlton

Ocean's Justice by Demelza Carlton

Cast adrift on the Indian Ocean, Maria carries a terrible secret. Wherever she goes, death soon follows, and she’s powerless to prevent it.

William McGregor boarded the SS Trevessa in search of adventure, but he gets more than he bargained for when he saves the mysterious Maria from the sea. She can’t tell them her tragic tale, so the superstitious sailors make up their own stories – and some would sacrifice her to the waves to save themselves from the coming storm.

When the sharks start circling and the storm closes in, are sirens more than just a myth?

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