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    Split Brain

    A man wakes up to find something has turned half the occupants of his city into violent, bloodthirsty killers. Even worse, because of a rare neurological condition, it has turned half of him into one as well.

    A man wakes up to find something has turned half the occupants of his city into violent, bloodthirsty killers. Even worse, because of a rare neurological condition, it has turned half of him into one as well.

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  • After Life

    After Life

    The book is written in first-person, through the eyes of the main character, Alex Harris, PhD. Alex has just figured out how to transfer one’s consciousness from a biological brain into a man-made computer. He performs the procedure on himself, and as a result, the entire world is changed. Perhaps the most significant change, though, occurs in Alex’s own consciousness. After transferring his consciousness to a machine, Alex experiences a series of unusual events. Some of these events seem like dreams, and some seem all too real. At first, the experiences are very puzzling to the reader (and to Alex himself), and don’t make sense. But as the story unfolds, the pieces fall into place and produce a very mind-blowing cohesive picture.

    The book is written in first-person, through the eyes of the main character, Alex Harris, PhD. Alex has just figured out how to transfer one’s consciousness from a biological brain into a man-made computer. He performs the procedure on himself, and as a result, the entire world is changed. Perhaps the most significant change, though, occurs in Alex’s own consciousness. After transferring his consciousness to a machine, Alex experiences a series of unusual events. Some of these events seem like dreams, and some seem all too real. At first, the experiences are very puzzling to the reader (and to Alex himself), and don’t make sense. But as the story unfolds, the pieces fall into place and produce a very mind-blowing cohesive picture.

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  • He Who Drinks From Lethe

    This is a contemporary Neo-Gothic horror story set deep in the heart of Florida’s dark, foreboding Everglades. At its core, it’s a modern day morality tale wrapped in the Neo-Gothic genre.

    This is a contemporary Neo-Gothic horror story set deep in the heart of Florida’s dark, foreboding Everglades. At its core, it’s a modern day morality tale wrapped in the Neo-Gothic genre.
    The story takes place near Lost Man’s River. Yes, there really is a Lost Man’s River. Want to speculate how it got its name?
    The story involves the ongoing clash between modern, agnostic view of reality and the native superstitions of past. One of those schools of thought loses. Big time.
    It has been compared to the writings of H.P. Lovecraft and Stephen King.
    It’s a quick, fun read, but you may want to leave the lights on when you go to bed.

    This is a contemporary Neo-Gothic horror story set deep in the heart of Florida’s dark, foreboding Everglades. At its core, it’s a modern day morality tale wrapped in the Neo-Gothic genre.

    This is a contemporary Neo-Gothic horror story set deep in the heart of Florida’s dark, foreboding Everglades. At its core, it’s a modern day morality tale wrapped in the Neo-Gothic genre.
    The story takes place near Lost Man’s River. Yes, there really is a Lost Man’s River. Want to speculate how it got its name?
    The story involves the ongoing clash between modern, agnostic view of reality and the native superstitions of past. One of those schools of thought loses. Big time.
    It has been compared to the writings of H.P. Lovecraft and Stephen King.
    It’s a quick, fun read, but you may want to leave the lights on when you go to bed.

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    The Choice

    The dilemma of having to choose between two different roads of life brings with it the fear of making the wrong decision. Ideally, Mark is able to avoid “the choice” because, at the fork in the road, he has the chance to face both. The two pathways that the young Mark begins to explore are re-lived with the experiences, both sad and successful, of his past. Experiences that, in the end, lead to the awareness that “the choice” is never final and the people we encounter along any of life’s roads are worth meeting.

    The dilemma of having to choose between two different roads of life brings with it the fear of making the wrong decision. Ideally, Mark is able to avoid “the choice” because, at the fork in the road, he has the chance to face both. The two pathways that the young Mark begins to explore are re-lived with the experiences, both sad and successful, of his past. Experiences that, in the end, lead to the awareness that “the choice” is never final and the people we encounter along any of life’s roads are worth meeting.

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  • Draken Slayer

    Draken Slayer is a dark fantasy fiction short story, part of the Shadows of Illyria Series. Written by author JM VanZuiden, the Shadows of Illyria Series is a unique twist on fantasy fiction, incorporating his real-world combat experience into the characters and events of an epic fantasy world.

    Draken Slayer is a dark fantasy fiction short story, part of the Shadows of Illyria Series. Written by author JM VanZuiden, the Shadows of Illyria Series is a unique twist on fantasy fiction, incorporating his real-world combat experience into the characters and events of an epic fantasy world.

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    The Worms of the Earth

    Rated 5.00 out of 5

    BranBran Mak Morn, King of the Picts, vows revenge on the Roman governor, Titus Sulla, after witnessing the crucifixion of a fellow Pict. He seeks forbidden aid from the Worms of the Earth, a race of creatures who Bran Mak Morn’s pictish ancestors had banished from the surface of the earth. They were once men but millennia of living underground caused them to become monstrous and semi-reptilian.

    BranBran Mak Morn, King of the Picts, vows revenge on the Roman governor, Titus Sulla, after witnessing the crucifixion of a fellow Pict. He seeks forbidden aid from the Worms of the Earth, a race of creatures who Bran Mak Morn’s pictish ancestors had banished from the surface of the earth. They were once men but millennia of living underground caused them to become monstrous and semi-reptilian.

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