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The Gods Are Not Dead

A Philosophical Metaphysical Science Fiction Novel

Eternity is a mere moment, just long enough for a joke. –Hermann Hesse, Steppenwolf Prologue I am God. But that is not my name. I was there before the beginning. I will be there after the end. In between, I manifest myself into various forms, living or non-living. I am one yet many. Some people […]

By Abhaidev Posted in Fiction on August 16, 2022 48 min read Continue reading
The Wise Society: Conjunction 

A Spiritual Space Opera

Erin takes Kate to the Conference 5. Earth – November 2625 I burst into Erin’s room in the morning of the plenary. He was in the hotel suite, getting ready for that day’s meeting. “What were you thinking?” I demanded an immediate answer without wasting time for mere courtesy of a greeting. Yet, in my […]

By A.D. Zoltan Steven N. Nagy Posted in Fiction on June 24, 2022 14 min read Continue reading
The Influencer: Speed Must Have a Limit

An Action Packed Speculative Thriller

Chapter 1 What could it be? Shreya asked herself as she stared fixedly at a folder on her husband’s laptop. The folder was password protected and bore the name “13579”. She glanced nervously at the bed. Aditya was still asleep with his face turned away from her. Could it be that Aditya has been watching […]

By Abhaidev Posted in Fiction on December 1, 2021 30 min read Continue reading
Outbreak (The Dark Days Series Book 1)

A Sci-fi Adventure Thriller

Chapter 1 I woke up on a Saturday morning with a yawn and rubbed my eyes. I gazed at all my cool posters in my room – Gravity Falls, Steven Universe, and Legend of Korra, all my favorite shows. My teddy bear sat upright against in the corner with my pillows. As I got up […]

By Christopher Cole Posted in Fiction on July 23, 2021 36 min read Continue reading
Promise of Mars

A Mars Colonization Hard Science Fiction

CHAPTER 1: GREENHOUSES Consider using LEDs to light a one-acre farm on Mars. Good solar panels have an efficiency of 22 percent, and great LEDs have an efficiency of 35 percent. With Mars’ solar irradiance of 59 percent, you would need a minimum of 22 acres of solar panels for the plants to receive the […]

By Arc True Posted in Fiction on July 21, 2021 6 min read Continue reading
Sanctuary (The Dark Days Series Book 2)

A Sci-fi Adventure Thriller

Chapter 1 Sonny As I sat hidden in the brush underneath a tree cooling in the shade, I looked at my wristwatch, it was 1:30pm. I wound it again. The watch was still in good shape, despite everything that had happened – military design I suppose. This watch was clearly built to last, water and […]

By Christopher Cole Posted in Fiction on July 18, 2021 40 min read Continue reading
Our Lit

A Far Future Science Fiction Novel

Chapter 1 Almost instantly I arrived at the great halls of government. I was spotted by a dark grey lit agent carrying a thin tablet of light. He greeted and escorted me down a long hallway resplendent with wall length silver drapery displaying the symbol of Terra Aurora, an ignition ball of fire with golden […]

By LI Tchaikov Posted in Fiction on April 28, 2021 9 min read Continue reading
Infinit. The last bridge of Sam.

An Adventure Fantasy

CHAPTER FIVE LIARA AND JOHN. INFINIT ZOAK The Leader of Infinit Zoak and the “Golden Rose” faction – Liara was forty-eight years old, her eyes were green and she had a pale complexion. She wore an orange coat and an emerald necklace that shined brightly. Her waist-length, brown hair was in a single braid tied […]

By Mariia Nova Posted in Fiction on January 6, 2021 4 min read Continue reading
Dark Matter Transit: Book One

An Intelligent Sci-Fi Novel

Chapter 1 THE ACID OF TIME The Royal Air Force (RAF) station at Greenbrook had been, singularly, the biggest thing that had ever happened in the history of its two nearby villages and it had a violent history in World War II. In addition to the airfield itself, many of the surrounding farms had been […]

By Vernon J. Yarker Posted in Fiction on November 16, 2020 36 min read Continue reading
Kronos Rising: Kraken Vol. 3.

The Most Feared Monster in Human History is Making Humans . . . History.

CHAPTER 12 The Devil had come home to Tartarus. Seventy-five yards from the Vault’s partially-submerged entrance, Natalya Dragunova watched with disbelieving eyes as the Octopus giganteus continued its frenzied assault. The sounds of straining metal and the shrill cry of claxons repeatedly rent the air, and she grimaced and clamped her hands over her ears. All […]

By Max Hawthorne Posted in Fiction on August 4, 2020 11 min read Continue reading
Kaji Warriors: Shifting Strength

A Science Fiction Adventure Novel

Amid her meditation, something in the forest sends the hairs on the back of Atae’s neck on end. When the distinct and high-pitch zing of a hilt forming a blade flitters through the wilds and settles on Atae’s ears, panic overrides her senses. She launches to her feet and twirls around. Her eyes bounce from […]

By Kelly A Nix Posted in Fiction on June 13, 2020 11 min read Continue reading
Mixed Species

Tribe Earth Book 3

PROLOGUE JJ Chadwick and Grant Mapps discover the power block, a unique drive system that is both a potent motive force and antigravity device all rolled into one. It uses no fuel, instead it utilises gravitational waves created by astral objects like stars, giant planets and black holes and makes almost all other forms of […]

By Tony Saunders Posted in Fiction on March 4, 2020 10 min read Continue reading

A Time Travel Novel

Chapter 1 A Very Strange Man The thunder and lightning crashed with a wail, and his wife who lay next to him sat up in the bed. Through the blanket he could see the light play across her worried face, revealing that she had not slept. As always, when he was not well, she had […]

By J. Travis Phelps Posted in Fiction on March 3, 2020 6 min read Continue reading
Places Where The Moon Never Shines

8 Twisted Tales

A Fork Tongued Whisper The children rushed to the glass screen and immediately smeared it with their breath and fingerprints. On the other side, a pair of pink beady eyes watched, and a flickering tongue tasted the air. Its yellow head was poised and motionless above its large coiled maze-like patterned body. “Is it even […]

By Leon Thornton Posted in Fiction on February 21, 2020 15 min read Continue reading

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