Athena’s Daughters, vol. 2

Maze running executioners, menopausal super heroes, psychic scientists, precog nuns, sentient crows… These are just a sampling of the diverse ladies that will enthrall, excite, and entertain you in this anthology of science fiction and fantasy stories written by women.

SUSPECTED by Rori Shay

East Country upheld the laws. Mid destroyed them. In the year 2185 Earth is rebuilding after climate change created a global eco-crisis.

Cloak by Timothy Zahn

“Our only other choice is to sit back, do nothing, and watch one man bring down the nation. To sit back and do nothing as the work of decades collapses into ruin.” The plan is already in motion. In ten days, the world will watch as a small group of patriots save the world from chaos.

The Cauldron by Jean Rabe and Gene DeWeese

The sight of the woman’s angry, tear-streaked face emerging from the mist wrenched a painful gasp from him… If he could remember her name, then surely everything else would fall into place.

Dance Like A Monkey

An anthology of speculative fiction written by some of the most popular authors in the industry, and edited by Jean Rabe, to benefit author CJ Henderson in his fight against cancer.

The Serpent’s Head by Bryan Young

The man called Twelve is a hired gun, taking his laser pistol from planet to planet, hiring his services out to the highest bidder. He finds himself on Glycon-Prime, a new colony at the edge of space…

Soothe The Savage Beast

What happens when you come back from the dead? Or when a girl falls for the monster under her bed? What is it that makes a monster terrifying? In Soothe the Savage Beast you’ll learn the answer to these questions and many others…


HEROES! is a collection of short fiction about superheroes, not-so-super heroes, and everyday people who find the hero within. This anthology includes a wide range of works that capture the entire spectrum of heroism in speculative fiction.

Time Traveled Tales, Volume 2

“Can I help you, miss?”
“I hope so. Scott Spencer told me about what you do. I decided that I should talk to you.”
He looked at me more sharply. “How is little Scotty?”

ELECTED by Rori Shay

It’s the year 2185, and in two weeks, Aloy will turn eighteen and take her father’s place as president of the country. But to do so, she must masquerade as a boy to avoid violating the Eco-Accords…

Athena’s Daughters, vol. 1

From a young girl facing a life-threatening crisis at Lunar Camp to a crew of elderly women graced with the power of Greek Gods, you’ll find an engaging and diverse range…

War of the Seasons, Book Three: The Hunter by Janine K. Spendlove

The temperature dropped, and, shivering, Story stood and turned slowly around. A massive polar bear towered over her, his mouth twisted into an animalistic grin. “You’re sick, Geamhradann.” “I’m so glad you remember me.” The Winter King sat down on his haunches and...

Time Traveled Tales, Volume 1

“How do you know exactly what I’m going to say?” “I’ve heard you say it all before. Twenty-four times before.” She blinked at him, confused. “We’ve never had a conversation remotely like this one.” “This is the twenty-fifth time I’ve asked you to marry me. With the...

A Hero By Any Other Name

What does a sidekick do after retirement? What does a super villain do when he meets an evil greater than himself? Is it power that defines a hero, or something else? All of these questions and more are answered in A Hero By Any Other Name, a collection of stories by...

Operation: Montauk by Bryan Young

Operation: Montauk is a time-traveling science fiction novel patterned after the pulp-adventure stories of the 1920s and 1930s. Lost in time after a failed attempt to kill Hitler before his rise to power, World War II soldier Cpl. Jack Mallory finds himself stranded,...

Songs of the Seasons, Song Two: White Flag by Janine K. Spendlove

A light knock sounded at the door. Anxiety and anticipation tore through Eilath. Ever since arriving at the queen’s island, the elf had been both dreading and hoping for this moment. When his eyes had first met hers across the marble hallway, so much had been...

Songs of the Seasons, Song One: Girl by Janine K. Spendlove

Milt knew better than to go spelunking alone in his favorite caving system. If anything happened to him, like falling down a deep shaft and breaking his leg, he’d probably die before anyone found him, and that suited him just fine. He expected to be thrilled, and he...

War of the Seasons, Book Two: The Half-blood by Janine K. Spendlove

“Spring has something of mine; he knows what it is.” She smiled coldly. “I need you to bring it to me.” “And why would I do that?” Story folded her arms over her chest. A branch from the sidhe’s hair glided out in front of her, bearing a single, small acorn. “Because...