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  • This Changes Everything (The Spanners Series Book 1)

    by Sally Ember, Ed.D.
    Dr. Clara Ackerman Branon, 58, begins having secret visits from holographic representations of beings from the Many Worlds Collective, a consortium of planet and star systems in the multiverse. When Earth is invited to join the consortium, the secret visits are made public. Now Earthers must adjust their beliefs and ideas about life, religion, culture, identity and everything they think and are. Clara is selected to be the liaison between Earth and the Many Worlds Collective and she chooses Es... more
  • "Code Centaurus" ...ISBN 978-1-4697-8282

    by Francis Lentz
    Please see Kirkus Indie Review
  • Close Encounters of the Rubber Duck Kind

    by Vincent Lemon
    An alternative, gently humorous take on planet Earth's beginnings. The universe is made up of a vast TV network. Unbeknown to mankind, the Earth is broadcast as The Earth Channel to viewers around the cosmos. The Earth Channel has been live for billions of years. Before humans and dinosaurs roamed the Earth, The Earth Channel was the second least popular channel in the universe. This changes when Calzone, an alien working for this TV network, populates it with two pet lizards. Planet Earth's fa... more
  • Phantasos: A Paranormal Thriller

    by Robert Barnard
    A mysterious new game has appeared in arcades across the Pacific Northwest. It’s called Phantasos, and it promises a state-of-the-art virtual reality experience. There’s only one problem: everyone who plays Phantasos inevitably falls victim to bizarre nightmares, dark hallucinations, and a string of very, very bad luck. Are these delusions all in the player’s mind? Or did something start to follow them the day they played Phantasos?
  • Collective Mind

    by Vasily Klyukin
    Human creative intelligence can now not only be identified and measured, it can even be sold for serious money. An agency set up by the U.N. possesses the Collective Mind technology – an operating system that runs on the intellectual capacity of imagination, downloaded from people. A superpowerful processor effortlessly combines disparate ideas to produce integrated solutions. AIDS and cancer have already been defeated, global environmental conditions are improving and the crime rate is down.... more
  • The Saving (Addictions Of The Eternal Book 2)

    by J.C. Stockli
    “Have you found the light, or have you fallen?” Evie’s life can never be the same as long as the Sempiternal continue to call out from the depths. She’s in limbo, too ignorant and afraid of the future Lucca has planned with her. She’s left Fallhaven, set adrift in a new city, and fighting more than withdrawal. Evan has become her constant companion, committed to assimilating Evie to a clean, mortal life, but at what cost? Though he fights to help her conquer her demons, still she struggl... more
  • The Nothingness (Addictions Of The Eternal Book 1)

    by J.C. Stockli
    "Fall from your graces into the depths." A dispirited addict learns that history repeats itself deep within hidden worlds. Evie Westvale is lost in the lifeless existence of her drug-laden fishing town. She finds much more than fellow addicts lurking beneath the docks. Craving escape from her inebriated reality, she discovers the presence of a dark stranger who haunts her dreams in the most delicious ways. Lucca has come to prey on the dregs of Fallhaven. He has not arrived by accident, and ... more
  • Dark Matter

    by Mike Dow
    Dark Matters is set in a world fully polarized by the decades-long battle between the “haves” and the “have-nots.” The story unearths a not-too-distant future where a select few have the resources and cutting-edge technologies to determine what’s best for the future of humanity. Are they committed to saving a world gone wrong or bent on perpetuating their new status quo? In the first book of this trilogy, a new CEO takes over the world’s largest corporate conglomerate. But the job comes wit... more
  • The Calling: Who will stand by your side as you make the final bid for survival of human life on Earth? (The Protector Series Bo

    by C. S. Lane
    New Earth’s humans, have only one last chance to prove they’re worthy enough to survive. They need all the help that they can get. They need the Protectors… Their journey will take them through the extinction of the Neanderthal man and up to the Second-Sino Japanese War, as they try to help humans do things differently this time around. \tMarissa, a Protector charged with guarding human’s right to free will, gladly accepted her Calling. But the pain and heartache that she’s experienced fr... more
  • Sophie's Wish (Angelic Hosts Series Book 3)

    by Michele E. Gwynn

    A child of destiny, Sophie Fairchild’s origins were a mystery to her parents, Nanette and Charles. Unable to conceive on their own, Nanette had prayed to God every day at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Montmartre located on the Rue du Chevalier-de-Barre in Paris that He would bless her and her husband with a child. Found on their doorstep one winter morning tucked away in a wicker basket, surrounded by two fat cats and several doves, Sophie was the answer to their prayers. Five yea... more

  • Murder In Absentia: Urban Fantasy in Ancient Rome (Stories of Togas, Daggers, and Magic Book 1)

    by Assaph Mehr

    This is the first Story of Togas, Daggers and Magic - for lovers of Ancient Rome, Murder Mysteries, and Urban Fantasy.

     

    "Mehr creates a vivid cast and an equally vivid setting in which magic just seems to fit in perfectly."

    -- Richard Knaak, NYT best-selling author ofauthor of Legends of Huma

     

    "Mehr's imagined world based on ancient Rome feels at once familiar and dream... more

  • Whispers From The Abyss 2: The Horrors That Were and Shall Be

    by Kat Rocha
    The WHISPERS FROM THE ABYSS anthology series returns with more H.P. Lovecraft-inspired fiction created for readers on the go. Contained within are 25 spine-chilling tales by Laird Barron (The Imago Sequence), Cody Goodfellow (Spore), Greg Stolze (Delta Green), A.C. Wise (Future Lovecraft), John Palisano (Dust of the Dead), John C. Foster (Dead Men), Orrin Grey (Painted Monsters & Other Strange Beasts), Dennis Detwiller (Delta Green), Chad Fifer (The H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast), Konstantine ... more
  • Dissident: Forbidden Things Book One

    by Nikki McCormack
    An orphan from a disgraced family, trapped by her father’s treason, Indigo struggles to reclaim her place in a society that has driven her into an abusive engagement until a mysterious stranger from a neighboring country contacts her through magic. He needs help escaping his prison so he can bring an end to his emperor's oppressive rule or die trying. His unshakable devotion to his cause and the passion hidden behind his cool arrogance move her to help him at the risk of being branded a traitor ... more
  • The Last Giant: Transgression, Part 2 (The Lindensaga(TM) Book 1)

    by J. R. Hardesty
    His decision made, Menannon returns to Kalyria to face the increasing evil and soon finds himself swept up in the rapidly escalating events. Faced with a growing despotism led by the Black Teluri Azuron, open rebellion erupts with Menannon and his father, Gorlanndon, in the thick of it. In the face of a strengthening opposition, Azuron resorts to desperate tactics with unexpectedly disastrous results. Who will survive and who will perish?
  • Perfect Likeness

    by J. M. Phillippe
    Quick-witted 24-year-old office worker Allyson Smart is the perfect woman -- in her dreams. In real life, Ally has to deal with the clumsiness of her size-16 body, the good intentions of her over-achiever best-friend, and the condescending attitude of her too-cool little sister. Ally strives for the kind of unachievable perfection she has in her fantasies: amazing body, clever come-backs, and passionate romances. But when the fantasized version of herself shows up in her bathroom mirror, calling... more
  • A World Rebuilt

    by R.K. Ward
    Charlie Spencer should not exist. She should have died in the explosion that started World War III. Instead, she survives and finds herself 1,000 years in a future where her very existence must be hidden. The world is still tainted with nuclear waste, causing sickness and death. The waste is also responsible for a small number of mutants whose presence seems to prevent and even cure disease. Charlie is one of these mutants, her DNA changed by a millennium of exposure to the waste. She may hold ... more

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