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  • Darker Than Night

    by Caleb Howell
  • Bolting the Furies

    by Helen H. Moore
    Pairing post-apocalyptic survival fiction with intense action in this book about powerful female fighters, this sexy adult fantasy with dark humor presents a world where the standards and virtues associated with traditional roles are upended. "Bolting the Furies" is a thrilling, suspenseful dystopian novel and a young woman’s coming-of-age story set in a dangerous world, whose protagonist is a reluctant warrior forced to fight for survival and purpose in a quest to find her way home again, freei... more
  • Dream Makers: Book I

    by Michael A. Richards
    Larry Martin is a struggling graduate student in architecture school in the late 1990s. The stress of the program has exasperated his anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder and he notices his stress-induced dreams have been coming to fruition. When one dream about the destruction of Earth due to a cataclysmic meteor collision disturbs him, Larry seeks the advice from a former professor who recommends Larry talks to a specialist in paranormal psychology. She convinces Larry to inject an experi... more
  • Alien Panic: Second in the Phane Series

    by William X. Adams
    Lou Buck, ex-cop and recovering opioid addict, searches for his kidnapped adult daughter, Lacey. In Reno he meets a muscular bald man, Phane, who claims to be an extraterrestrial. Lou thinks he is a nut until the man transforms into a large green tennis ball with arms, legs, and eyestalks. Lou recovers from his astonishment and learns that Phane was left to die on Earth when Lou was confined in Folsom Prison. They team up to find Lou's daughter. Phane and Lou rescue Lacey and another alien,... more
  • Chronicles of the High Inquest: Homeworld of the Heart: The Fifth Novel in the Inquestor Series

    by S.. Somtow

    After forty years, S.P. Somtow has produced a fifth novel in the Chronicles of the High Inquest, one of the most lauded galactic empire epics of the 1980s.  Homeworld of the Heart is the first of a trilogy within a trilogy.

    The songs of Sajit were known and loved through the million worlds of the Dispersal of Man. He was the favorite of Elloran, most powerful, most compassionate of the godlike Inquestors — even, it was rumored, his lover. In his ol... more

  • Engage at Dawn: First Contact

    by Edward Hochsmann

    The discovery of a drug-runner's derelict boat, with extensive and inexplicable damage, leads Coast Guard Officer Ben Wyporek and his crew on a dangerous mission to locate a crashed alien vessel before a transnational criminal organization, known as the 252 Syndicate, can find it. Driven by a mysterious government agent obsessed with secrecy, the crew of the aging Coast Guard Cutter Kauai is ill-prepared to handle the mission. The operation quickly turns into a life-and... more

  • Vis Major

    by Edward M. Hochsmann
    A research ship maintaining a security watch on a developing planet is pummeled by an unexpected solar flare and collision with one of its service drones. With communications destroyed and their only means of power generation damaged, the ship must land and obtain materials for makeshift repairs if they are to return home. But the planet is inhabited by a post-industrial species who must be protected from the knowledge of the spacefarers and their advanced technology at all costs. Unable to c... more
  • The Soul Collector

    by Laura Daleo

    As I lay trapped inside this quiet realm,
    My soul adrift, my body earthbound,
    A magical book guards my flight,
    Will it keep me safe till morning's light?

    It begins with darkness. Are they dead, or trapped inside a horrible dream? No one can hear them, see them. Has the world forgotten them? Are they invisible? Not to the Soul Collector. They have stepped into her Kingdom, and she is waiting for them.

     

  • Jonathan's Venture

    by Wai Kit Chiang
    Every student new to the college must take a class in ‘Orientation’ on his first semester at the college. In the ‘Orientation Class’, the new student will be introduced to the college and what the college can provide. He will be provided with information on the majors and courses that will be available to him, the facilities that will be available to him for his studies, and the resources that will be available on campus and off campus. The students are encouraged to choose their major and class... more
  • The Entity: Climate Change 2647

    by David A Collier
    As climate change devastates Earth as a habitable planet for people, humanity fights to survive. What will life be like if global average temperatures increase beyond 4 degrees Celsius (7.1 degrees Fahrenheit)? What will life be like if sea levels increase 8 meters (26 feet)? What if both happen? Will institutions survive? Will governments fail? Will democracy endure? Will capitalism prevail? Will your standard of living perish? Will humankind survive? Through the experiences of the Paris fam... more
  • Criterium

    by Tyler Jones
    Fighting the same addiction that killed his father, a young man stumbles across a strange bike that take him on a terrifying ride into darkness.
  • Beyond the Red Forest

    by Alex Hayes
    Royal blood is the key. And Zera’s is on the line. Disposable in the eyes of her father, Zera must undertake a mission to unlock a tower on the other side of their poisoned kingdom and collect two urgently needed energy cells. Zera’s only value is that of a biological “key.” Until her father gives her a life or death deadline. She must return before her twenty-first birthday, or he’ll shut down life support to the lower levels of the city, threatening thousands, including friends she can’t bea... more
  • Silken Scales

    by Alex Hayes
    It was never about the Beast. What matters is finding Beauty in the unexpected. Idris thinks he only has one problem in life—escaping his dad’s mega plans for his future. A doom he can’t see a way to escape. — Until Idris morphs into a monster. Foster kid Cadi Rhoswen has finally found a loving home… Then a malicious high school jock turns her whole world upside down. The next thing she knows, she’s wandering the streets in the middle of winter. Alone. — Until she discovers a bea... more
  • Anathema

    by Rich Yoder
    Cover depicts an evil wizard practicing his sorcery with a background of fire
  • 2028: The Rebellion

    by N. L. Brisson
    This is a Trumpian Fantasy. It imagines what could happen if Trump wins in 2020 and beyond. It is a work of fiction, but it is an attempt to extrapolate what it might look like if Republican and Evangelical policies were implemented, backed by an empowered Trump who has declared himself President for Life. Can a ‘rag tag group’ of rebels from the American Prison States restore our Republic and turn the Confederated States of America back into the United States of America?
  • Of Gods and Goddesses

    by Lynne Hill-Clark
    Apocalypse 2020 … WHAT? “This book is a great conclusion to the series! A definite page turner. This book covers loyalty, bravery, sacrifice, betrayal and truth. I found myself emotionally impacted by the plot twists and found myself racing through the book praying for my favorite characters to make it out alive. This series is NOT your average vampire story, it is so much more. I highly recommend it!” — Jennifer Vallachia and her Court find themselves in a new world, one that is wakin... more

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