Revelation Antarctica by Gordon Keirle-Smith

Discover the momentous events beyond time as we know it, shaping our perception of history: conspiracy, disclosures, conflict, discoveries, esoteric insights, pre-ancient civilizations and a gateway to discoveries of our own. Complementing the allegorical meta-realism of “Genesis Antarctica”, published by GK-S in 2016, this new book takes us into another uncharted literary genre. Revelation Antarctica […]

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Dragon Bone Soup Edited by DW Brownlaw and P. C. Darkcliff

Sixteen fantasy and light science fiction stories. The best indie writing talents from three continents invite you to peer into the dystopian future and enter their worlds of dragons, witches, spirits, elves, trolls, and magicians. The contributors are: Carmen Baca, Brandy Bonifas, David Bowmore, Steve Carr, P.C. Darkcliff, R.A. Goli, Shawn Klimek, Mark Kodama, Giuseppina […]

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Metropolis by Ellie Midwood

Weimar Berlin, 1924 Unemployed actors, profiteers, cabaret girls, and impoverished aristocracy – out of this wild set of characters populating Weimar Berlin, Margarete Gräfin von Steinhoff belongs to the latter category. Having lost everything due to hyper-inflation, she considers jumping into the freezing waters of the Spree rather than facing the humiliating existence shared by […]

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