You want gonzo? Oh yea, we got it.
Ivan Pavlov’s greatest creation: genetically modified Soviet Apemen Warriors from the distant past have somehow found themselves in the present day. Their mission: defend Mother Russian or die. The only problem is their spaceship, the Null, crashes not on the Earth, but somehow, within the Earth’s hollow core. Now, deep beneath the planet’s molten... [click here for more]
Sanctuary was lost . . . the gods had fallen. For those who survived, a new world awaited . . . For some, it was a world filled with hope; its soaring cliffs of red granite a natural barrier to the Rift and the horrors within. For others, there was only fear – and nowhere left to hide. And for the One Elf, there was no escaping it . . . the Rift. No matter how deep he went into the wilds... [click here for more]
T H E H U S H A N D T H E G L O W
A collection of short stories by Ashley Warren
The Hush and the Glow features five short stories about women who are trying to find their place in the future.
The toll booth operator stamps the tickets for those hightailing it away from Earth and "out East" to newly terriformed Jupiter, not knowing that her... [click here for more]
Step onto the deck of the skyship, the Pirate Queen and join first mate Esme, Prince Sasha, and the genie Sting on a spectacular voyage across the Endless Desert. A botched raid on the treasure galleon, the Desert Jewel, earns Esme the enmity of the high wizard al-Hasan and a bounty on her head that leaves her with few friends and fewer options. Forced to choose between her life, her sanity, or secrets... [click here for more]
The Imperium is a vast human empire spanning hundreds of light years in a distant galaxy. The Imperium encompasses thousands of planets, each teaming with tales of intrigue and adventure.
The Imperium Chronicles Collection includes short stories set against the backdrop of these innumerable worlds. They include people of different social and economic backgrounds, from a wealthy,... [click here for more]
Designed as advanced weapons of war, anthropomorphic tigers succeeded far beyond the plans of their creators when they hunted humanity to extinction. Purposeless—for they had been designed to kill—the tigers were left to question the meaning of their existence. Over the years, they developed sophisticated technologies, growing in knowledge until the... [click here for more]