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  • The Robusta Incident

    by Jennifer Fales
    The Robusta Incident. Because office culture was just dying to be parodied, and nothing says zombie apocalypse quite like a good cup of coffee: When Howard Danishefsky, a chemist at a soulless international coffee conglomerate, is pushed beyond his limits one time too many by mindless corporate culture and his boss and ex-lover, the tight skirted Office Mussolini, Melinda Carpenter, he decides it's finally time to live up to a lifelong evil genius complex. What better way to do it, than by addin... more
  • Tau Ceti: The Immortality War

    by George T. Hahn
  • Tau Ceti: The New Colonists

    by George T. Hahn
    The arrival of the library ship Asimov had brought Pitcairn out of the lethargy of two hundred years of isolation. The Pitcairners used the knowledge from Asimov to build a better world, less dependent on faraway Earth. The announcement of a new ship, Endeavor, which could make the journey in months instead of years, promised a closer relationship to Earth. That should have been a reason to celebrate, but the colonists had a secret, and its revelation could endanger everything they had accompli... more
  • Afterimage

    by Roderick Geiger

    What do secret nuclear tests by the Iranian government, an MRI patient disappearance in Southern California, and an abnormal uptick in sightings of the recently deceased in Oregon have in common? Read on...

    Ilene Ishue is a small town newspaper reporter rapidly watching her dream of a Pulitzer Prize fade… until by chance she finds herself in exactly the right place at exactly the right moment.

    As she pursues the story of a mysterious hospital explosion, she discovers a secr... more

  • Tau Ceti: A Ship From Earth

    by George T. Hahn
    The colony ships took sixteen years to travel the twelve light years between Earth and Tau Ceti. Tau Ceti 2, known as Pitcairn, was easily the most successful of the original three colonies, a stable peaceful world for two hundred years, yet isolated more than any other group in history. Supply ships came every twenty years or so, bringing cargo not available on the planet and new colonists, but not disturbing the tranquil colony. But change, for better or worse, was coming. It began with the ar... more
  • The Suicide Society

    by William Brennan Knight
    The world continues to decay in a methodical, mystifying way. Values erode, conflicts deepen, and society is desensitized to the brutal and relentless suffering of others. On both a global and personal basis, we know it’s true, but nothing can be done to stop it. How did it come to this? After an unsuccessful suicide attempt, Zach Randall, a self-absorbed accountant, begins to experience disturbing visions of other people in the act of taking their own lives. Initially dismissing the incid... more
  • The Spirit Collectors

    by M. Amanuensis Sharkchild

    What is the worth of your spirit?

    In the world of Awya, where life is scattered across isles in a seemingly endless ocean of black liquid, the Isle of Winder is home to uymns whose primary trade is agriculture and flower cultivation. Here, an umyn boy by the name of Amory Demshen becomes obsessed with Tempertime Cemetery—a collection of portals powered by spirits that link the isles of Awya together, and a place forbidden to those without proper training and knowl... more

  • The Goddess Denied (The Saga of Edda-Earth Book 2)

    by Deborah Davitt
    Mysteries deepen in Edda-Earth as a cursed valkyrie investigates the source of her condition, a young woman goes missing, and monsters are reported in the lands of the north. Lindworms, jotun, and ettin have been seen, along with wolves the size of horses. Surely, this means Ragnarok is at hand. And yet, it's not just the gods who are making trouble. Groups like Potentia ad Populum and the Carthaginian Liberation Party take radical steps to throw off yoke of Rome’s imperial rule. . . and brin... more
  • The Shard

    by Ted Cross
    A dying king. A mysterious invader. The seer's vision was clear: find the lost shard from the Spire of Peace or the realm would drown in blood. The problem: eight hundred years ago the elven hero Kathkalan took the shard with him into the lair of the most vicious dragon ever known to mankind...and he never returned. Reluctantly drafted to lead the quest is the minor noble Midas, torn between his duty to the realm and the desire to protect his sons. With an unlikely band of heroes, includin... more
  • Adumbrate

    by C.M. Cox
    The High King and Queen of the Elves have received terrible news regarding their future. Before they can recover, they are visited by their planet's guardian with word that a prominent figure in interplanetary peace has gone missing.
  • Dyad

    by C.M. Cox
    In a society dominated by women, Evi is forced to leave her life behind as she flees from threatening consequences. Hoping the stories of hating humans are wrong, she seeks the land of fairies for refuge.
  • Sortilege

    by C.M. Cox
    Struggling against a female-dominated society, twin assassins convince their human queen to hunt for the missing Star Queen. On a neighboring planet, an elf searches for meaning in the strange signs that have suddenly appeared to her. Traveling with her companion - tall, green and part plant - their scholarly goals quickly become a riskier gamble. The second installment in The Empyrean Series, Sortilege is an epic fantasy novel about interplanetary alliances, magic, betrayal and an unimaginable ... more
  • the Old Gods Return

    by Marnie Mangano
    Everyone in America knows that the Bible tells of the coming Apocalypse. When the one true god would come to make heaven on earth for his true followers. What if the part that the bible left out was that the false prophets were really the gods from the old time religions that would one day return? Katie is a caring and sweet Born Again Christian who works for her local church to help young pregnant mothers. She feels that saving as many souls that she can will help her fill her true purpose i... more
  • Eden's Eyes

    by Sean Costello

    On a cool spring night in a quiet northern community, a life of violence comes to a violent end. In a drunken brawl, petty criminal Eden Crowell is beaten to the brink of death. Following a futile attempt to save his life, doctors approach his father with an appeal for the man’s organs. In defiance of his wife’s wishes, Bert Crowell agrees, and his son’s organs are harvested.

    Blind writer Karen Lockhart becomes one of three grateful recipients, gaining sight after a li... more

  • The Cartoonist

    by Sean Costello

    Imagine this: You and two of your best friends have just been accepted into medical school, a coveted payoff after years of hard work and self-sacrifice. So you go on a road trip together, have a few drinks, a final fling before the long academic haul ahead. Young and bright, you feel the future surge beneath you like a sleek stallion, under your full control.

    But a series of small lapses ends in tragedy and suddenly you're confronted with a terrible decision: Do you take responsibi... more

  • Captain Quad

    by Sean Costello

    If you're an optimist you've probably heard the expression, 'When one door closes, another opens.' But for Peter Gardner, a young man fresh out of high school with a literal bank of doorways standing open to him, they all slam shut at once. A terrible accident leaves him quadriplegic, paralyzed from the neck down, shattering his dreams of becoming a fighter pilot, tearing his family apart, and ending a cherished relationship with his girl. Now, he wishes only for death.

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