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  • Mutiny on Outstation Zori

    by John Hegenberger
    Who stole the space station? Something’s gone terribly wrong on Outstation Zori. The corporation that owns it sends a team of specialists to get to the bottomline. But a young con-man, a rebel leader and a greedy space pirate are in for a mind-bending shock as they face off against alien races, bizarre religions and an ultimate betrayal by one of their own.
  • Return To Earth

    by Dennis Calloway
    Return To Earth is a post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller set in the year 2053, where a huge rogue planet has smashed into Earth, causing untold damage. Millions perish, but there are survivors stranded on the moon, who find out that they can live on Europa, one of Jupiter's moons. Unfortunately, in order for them to make the long trip to Europa, they will need to return to Earth for food, supplies and fuel. But it has been two years since the devastation and there are massive earthquakes, wild anim... more
  • Vampire - In The Beginning

    by Charmain Marie Mitchell
    Vampire - In the Beginning, is the first in a new serial of novellas detailing the life of Gwen, a 500 year old vampire. The 'Vampires' series begins in Tudor England and continues through each novella until present time.
  • The Jestivan (Erafeen, #1)

    by David F. Farris

    When birthed into the world as the son of the great Mendac LeAnce, miraculous feats are expected. Mendac was the Fifth of Five, making him the final hero in the Of Five—a five-part series of fairy tales that stretches over 1,500 years.

    Bryson, unfortunately, was given the impossible task of following in his dead father's footsteps. And after sixteen years of mediocrity, the only time people notice him is to ridicule his existence. The world has given up on Mendac's son.... more

  • Sword of Blue (Tales of a Dying Star Book 3)

    by David Kristoph
    The Exodus is near. The supplies have been gathered, the passengers are boarded, and the mighty Olitau--the greatest ship ever built--is complete. But all Admiral Acteon can think about is the dead son before him, killed on a routine patrol above a planet far away. His legacy is surely shattered... until an unexpected visitor presents him with another option. An impossible option. On the planet's surface stands a boy caught between two rivaling worlds. Without the proper Academy marks Ch... more
  • The Ancillary (Tales of a Dying Star Book 2)

    by David Kristoph
    In a dangerously-close orbit around its star floats the Ancillary, a hollowed-out asteroid that harvests energy from the solar ring before relaying it deeper into the Sarian system. It fulfills the entirety of the Melisao Empire's energy needs--a masterful feat of engineering, once. Now, with the star it orbits dying and the departure of the Exodus Fleet near, the Ancillary's usefulness has come to an end. And so labors Javin, an aging engineer who must dismantle the structure he's spent his... more
  • Perihelion (Queenships Book 1)

    by Tami Veldura

    Kato Ozark, crown prince and soldier, has just been chosen to pilot his family’s queenship. He’s trained his entire life for this honor, but it comes with a catch. It seems that First Engineer Mas’ud Tavana has also been chosen as the queen’s pilot. Mas’ud has no formal training, and they both believe a mistake has been made. But when an attack on a distant Ozark queen forces them to work together, it’s clear their minds are better as one than apart.

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  • The Soul's Agent

    by Wendy Knight
    For as long as there have been people, there has been a fear of the dark. Mothers tell their children there isn’t anything in the shadows that isn’t there in the light. They are wrong. The reason humanity is afraid of the dark is because that’s when demons come out to play. The ghosts that fight them can’t come out until the sun goes down, either. And Soul’s Agents, like Navi? They’re just normal, boring people until the moon claims the sky. And then they aren’t. Death allows lost soul... more
  • EUROPA: Awakenings

    by PR Garcia
    When the Oonocks sank their golden city of Atlantis beneath the ocean, only the words of Plato gave testimony of its existence. Now learn a new thought of who the Atlantians were and why they had to sink their city that eventful night. Find out why 6000 years ago, the race known as the Oonocks left their beautiful lilac waters of Jupiter’s ice moon Europa to begin a new life on Earth. Discover the real Atlantians. Europa is a twenty year old human female who has never heard of the Oono... more
  • Artificial Light

    by Nathan Wall
    Sometimes you risk becoming a villain in order to be the hero. Since recovering memories and incredible abilities nearly two years ago, an insatiable lust to grow more powerful has consumed Jarrod. Now that urge puts the friends he has left in mortal danger. The only way to protect them is to accept isolation. However, Jarrod has made promises and intends on staying with those he cares for until his pledge is upheld. The Light of Souls has been disrupted and replaced with a fake. The Assa... more
  • DAY 8 NEW HUMAN WAR

    by Daylon Deon
  • NEVIL

    by Daylon Deon
    An origin story like no other.
  • Mir Maid: A science fiction fairy tale. (The Tomes of the Lost: Book 1)

    by SJ Kimberly
    Ana, doomed by genetics to a life of chaste service on the water world of Mir, wants to make a new life for herself in the space city orbiting above. Fraternity City is governed by a Clones determined to create a master race. There Ana finds friends, rogues, pirates, kidnapped children, and high adventure. She also finds her voice, and the power of a Maid from Mir.
  • Kingsley

    by Carolyn O'Neal
    In KINGSLEY, Carolyn O’Neal explores the frightening result of decades of toxins in the environment through the life of a fourteen year old boy named Kingsley Smith. Kingsley is a sweet boy, but he’s too fat to wear swim trunks and too poor to play golf. After colony collapse disorder finishes off the bees, a dangerous and mysterious pandemic emerges and attacks anyone and anything with a Y-Chromosome, both human and animal. Kingsley has more to lose than video games and the attention of the g... more
  • The Very Devil, Herself!

    by Loren Molloy
    ‪‎Discover‬ the ‪world‬ of ‪Alexandra‬; A ‪Supernatural‬ ‪Serial Killer‬ with a thirst for human flesh and ‪‎blood‬ who has been ‪‎killing‬ for over 200 years until the ‪King‬ of ‪England‬ wants her to ‪‎work‬ for him! It's a supernatural ‪‎thriller‬ from cover to cover!
  • Memoirs of the Mausoleum: Gallows Humor

    by K. L. Somniate
    To some, the idea of committing horrendous acts of violence and cruelty against another human being is repulsive. To others, it is a regrettable occurrence, a last resort but always an option. And for a select few, it’s a hobby. Locations where a horrifying crime or crimes have occurred are known as “haunted” places. They are relatively harmless, miserable, but lacking any real danger. Ghosts can’t hurt you, after all. The same cannot be said for a Revenant. When a person dies in a haunted place... more

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