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The Scotty!

The Scotty (a device named for the Star Trek character) is not merely a transporter. Taken to its logical conclusion, it is a form of technology which gives its user the powers of an absolute god! And as the old saying goes, power corrupts.

Grim Root

In her debut dark humor horror novel, a group of women must compete on a reality TV show for the heart of midwestern bachelor Tristan by spending a week in a haunted house. But after a shocking demise, the game takes a sinister turn.

The Eye of Winter

​Epic Fantasy with Positive Psychology
A reckless young thief lands himself in a team of misfit spies. Their mission, to stop an apocalyptic war bearing down on his home. But at what cost?

Midnyte’s Dragon Kiss

Lapis Midnyte must stop a powerful vampire from destroying a mysterious magical artifact while protecting the one person she holds dear. Her only hope is to unlock the secrets of her dead mother’s necklace and embrace her hated succubus heritage.

Tales of Mystery: Dead for a Spell

Twelve new magical mysteries explore why the tooth fairies have grown impatient, why the flavour is gone, who raided the squirrels’ nut bank, a competition whose prize is death, a psychic serial killer, and the brutal murder of a heroic woodsman.

Zooscape, Volume 3

This anthology contains issues eight through ten of the preeminent e-zine for fantastic furry fiction. Edited by Mary E. Lowd, it features stories by Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Tim Susman, and Michael H. Payne.

Grand Tour: The Brass Queen II

“In the sequel to The Brass Queen, the vivid worldbuilding and delightful characters create an epic setting. Chatsworth pushes the dialogue and banter to extremes, leading to a fast-paced and humorous steampunk tale.” – LIBRARY JOURNAL

Human Resources

Eighteen stories drawn from more than a decade of publications, plus the title story: a brand new novelette that appears here for the first time. These stories show us disturbing futures that may be a lot closer than we like to think.