Marcus, a.k.a “w1n5t0n,” is only seventeen years old, but he figures he already knows how the system works–and how to work the system. Smart, fast, and wise to the ways of the networked world, he has no trouble outwitting his high school’s intrusive but clumsy surveillance systems. But his whole world changes when he and his friends find themselves . . .
Torn World offers a unique shared world platform with flavors of science fiction, high fantasy, slipstream, steampunk and alternate realities. Two widely disparate cultures are poised to meet – a close-knit, peaceful, unicorn-herding people, and a sprawling, expansionist, pre-industrial Empire that uses time technology in a near-magic fashion. Created by Ellen Million, multiple authors and artists have used the . . .
Xandra continues her search for love. Strange and dangerous times. With a smile. Always. . . .
Ayalah is the only female warrior in all of Miltinoth, raised since she was orphaned as a child to be tough and wary. But she has a destiny beyond her skills with the blade: she is the holder of the first piece of an ancient prophecy. Legend says this prophecy was split into six parts long ago to keep a . . .
Anezka is a Blood-witch with a grudge against the empire and so casts everything aside when the mysterious Fox offers her the chance to bring it down. Erian is the cousin of the young emperor and his life would be perfect if not for the visions that plague him of his world torn in two. Despite being a powerful . . .
Vera Langstrom, beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, is dead. She finds herself in the depths of the ocean, where lost souls wander unguided in dangerous and unbalancend afterlife. . . .
Lilliane Tor, a renowned empathic healer from Rimland, learns the cost of keeping her oath when she saves the life of Jahnissim Hal Zev, a member of the nomadic and insular Tisreen and becomes entangled in a diplomatic nightmare. A fugitive from her own land, and in search of her missing sister, she escapes to Tisreen with Zev and enters . . .
Michael Jacob has gone missing in the hills behind the town. The last person to speak with him was Liz. What they discussed could help unravel the mystery surrounding an accident that changed the town. The accident occurred when Liz was still Little Lizzy . . .
In the wasteland of commercial culture that is future America, police are operated not by government but by private companies. In Seattle, that role is filled by Civil Protection, and Daniel Gray is a detective in Homicide Solutions. What used to be considered an important – even glamorous – department for public police is very different for the corporate . . .
“Chuck” is a serial novel—a psych-thriller—about a famous artist—a troubled man—who manages to get by . . . until his mother passes. Interestingly enough, his reaction is not what he would have expected. He’s actually not dealing with it so well . . . and neither are the people around him. Sanity versus truth—which is which? . . .
In 1918 Standard Count, the lead singer of Tapestry, Eràsis, jumped to her death at the Great Falls. One day later, the most devastating and thorough computer virus in history erased almost all data connected to her. Only her music and several fragmentary interviews remain. Amkzí, a canyon woman living at the close of the twenty-first century, embellished . . .
A man wakes up inside a coffin with no knowledge of how he got there or who he is. After freeing himself, he finds a note in his pants directing him to “Avoid the sunlight! Don’t touch anybody!” Afraid, hurt, and alone, he starts a journey to discover the truth about himself. But some things are better left unknown. . . .
The Khandroma Project is the personal, interactive and ever-evolving portfolio of Khandroma. The Khandroma Project has it all from experimental/hybrid fiction to poetry to stream-of-consciousness writing. Come on in, kick off your shoes, grab a cup of tea and get comfy! Comments, feedback, and constructive criticism are encouraged at The Khandroma Project where dialogue is nurtured. Art is a conversation; . . .
Feb 3, 2009: Night Switch is the story of three characters. Joe is a night watchman (or something) who spends all his working hours playing video games and ridiculing his girlfriend in internet forums. Marin is his internet-only, Establishment-hating girlfriend, who buys a talking book that she mistakes for an incarnation of God. Jason is a slacker script-kiddie/blogger type who works for the Department of Homeland Security and who ends up watching Marin for the government when she starts acting a little crazy at the behest of a talking dog she names Dax. [more . . .]
Aug 20, 2010: West Lake, by Kelly Zollo, combines the best of mystery, intrigue and soap opera in a compelling tale of secrets and lies in a small, affluent town.
The first season devotes itself to solving the mystery of Hannah Donovan’s tragic demise. Hannah herself even introduces the story, giving us glimpses of her life after death, in the very first scene. Other characters such as Vanessa (punished for Hannah’s demise), Cade, Callie, Jacob and Austin are introduced in short order, all with [more . . .]