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  • Timelapse

    by Lorrie Farrelly
    The accidental death of his beloved wife sent Alex Morgan into a numbing world of suppressed grief and rage, eased only by a profound bond with his son. Suddenly his life is shattered again when a chance discovery propels him into a world gone horribly, terrifying wrong. Piecing together clues in this new nightmare, Alex suspects a colleague of taking a few, meddling steps back in time, changing the course of history - destroying Alex's family and his world. Desperately clinging to his sanit... more
  • The Antithesis: Renovatio

    by Terra Whiteman

    Civil war between demons and angels lies on the horizon.

    Alezair Czynri, member of the Purgatorial Jury, is thrown into a world of murder, exploitation, chemical substances, betrayal and bureaucratic red tape as he and his court attempt to diffuse escalating conflicts.

  • Tilt

    by Alan Seeger
    In TILT, the final installment of the Gatespace Trilogy, decades have passed since ChroNova’s original discovery of the Gates, and the company’s prohibition against using the technology for things like sightseeing have become all but ignored — which may have the minor side effect of resulting in the mass extinction of all humanity. Will Nigel, Terry and Sarah be able to reverse the actions that threaten the safety of the entire world?
  • Angeli

    by Amy Vansant

    Playing pirate with her Captain lover in 1720, Anne Bonny never dreamed she'd end up a Sentinel, a soldier for mankind’s mysterious guardians, the Angeli. Now Anne will live 1000 years, but in return, she must hunt & neutralize Perfidia, corrupted Angeli who drain human energy to survive. 
    Monsters are only half Anne’s troubles; her stormy love life would make Blackbeard pack up ship and move to Kansas.  After losing his corporeal body in battle, Anne’s fo... more

  • Exidon: The New Captain

    by D. A. Workman
    When the world around you seems to be full of people that don’t understand or appreciate who you are, including your own family, what’s a girl to do? Fly away in her very own spaceship to another planet, of course! Sally is just entering high school. She is obsessed with aliens and space and repeatedly dreams of owning her own spaceship. As the years progress, she feels put-upon by her parents who don’t seem to understand or appreciate her, and the boys at school, including her own boyfriend, wh... more
  • Heroes & Villains

    by Alex Hurst
    We all wear masks. Fiction Writers Group strikes again with Writers Anarchy III: Heroes & Villains, an action-packed anthology of truly epic proportions. What makes a hero? What makes a villain? Can good and evil really be separated so easily? Travel from the distant past of epic poems to the high-tech futures of tomorrow as our contributors consider these questions, as well as external influences that mold and shape us into the heroes, or villains, that we become. Writers Anarchy II... more
  • Red Desert - People of Mars

    by Rita Carla Francesca Monticelli
    After 995 days on Mars, the enthusiasm of the Isis crew has turned into frustration and intolerance. Their research hasn’t provided the hoped for outcomes, the resources at their disposal are insufficient, and NASA had previously cancelled the launch of a second mission, which would have brought more colonisers and equipment to the planet. Relationships among the five members of the expedition have become difficult. Station Alpha is home to a complex web of conflicts, secrets, alliances, and r... more
  • Red Desert - Point of No Return

    by Rita Carla Francesca Monticelli
    Thirty years after the Mars exploration mission Hera, whose crew died in mysterious circumstances, the ensuing political issues that slowed NASA's race to conquer space have finally ended. This time the five members of the new Isis mission will not travel the 400 million kilometres for a short visit. This time they are destined to become the first colonisers of the Red Planet. The science fiction series “Red Desert”, set in the near future, includes four books. The first one, “Point of No ... more
  • 9781937365455

    by S.L. Eaves
    The Endangered is a paranormal thriller that blends crime fiction and urban fantasy to tell a neo-noir tale about a vampire clan that takes on a pharmaceutical company run by werewolves. The company, known as S&D Pharmaceuticals is developing a new vaccine with sinister side effects. Striden, the CEO of S&D, has engineered a drug, masked as a flu vaccine, which turns its unsuspecting patients into werewolves. The vampires must do everything in their power to preserve their own kind and their foo... more
  • Bob the Bubble Gum Spider

    by Gary E. Marche
    Bob the Bubble Gum Spider is a spellbinding account of a physically challenged hatch-ling orb weaver named Bob and an evil organization of black widow spiders called the Immaculate Order of the Web that requires him killed . . . but the black widows are after a lot more than just Bob. The IOW seeks to subjugate the world and the hairy two-legs are very much in their way . . . and the black widows of the IOW are not tolerant of that which is in their way: "Nedra was always of the mind tha... more
  • A Journal of the Crazy Year

    by Forrest Carr
    Without warning, a jetliner falls from the clear blue sky ahead of a startled motorist, who manages to capture the last few seconds of the doomed flight on his cell phone. As frightening as the video is, none of the horrified viewers watching it play out on newscasts across the globe that evening understand its true significance. The last sane day on planet Earth is already behind them. And it will only get worse. The day before, John Cruz had awakened to find himself in unfamiliar surroun... more
  • John Smith Last Known Survivor of the Microsoft Wars

    by Roland Hughes
    Some reviewers have compared this book to the works of Plato. One reviewer, who has reviewed books for the BBC, declared this work as important as '1984' and Aldous Huxley's 'Brave New World'. What if the Mayans got the start of the end correct because they had survived it once before? What if our written history was just as accurate as the old tale about three blind men describing an elephant? What if classic science fiction writing and television shows each got a piece of it correct, would y... more
  • Noddy in Wonderland

    by Paddy Bostock
    In his wildest dreams, Afghanistan war veteran Noddy Stoddart fantasised about becoming king of Liverpool, even though his brother, Knobby, told him he was crazy. But shooting government minister St John Jaunston in the bottom with an air rifle on a visit to the city leads bizarrely to Noddy’s dream coming true--as president of the newly created People’s Republic of Liverpool. Outraged as Noddy and his Goth/Punk girlfriend set Britain against him through further “bottom blasting” and then fa... more
  • Wielding Crimson: Book I of the Wielding Series

    by D.M. Enslin
    -Layla Russo is a famous singer, who has everything anyone could dream of -fame, fortune, and beauty. But appearances can be deceiving; behind closed doors she is bound to her domineering manager and can only dream of a world in which she can be a normal person. When she gets a chance to go on a relaxed vacation with her longtime friend Agnes and her brothers, Philip and Hector, in Greece she eagerly agrees, longing for a break from her hectic life. What she hadn't counted on was that she'd fall... more
  • Demon Dance (A Sundancer Novel Book 1)

    by Brian Freyermuth

    There’s more than meets the eye in Seattle, WA, a city where ancient forgotten gods walk hidden among us, and angels and demons fight for our very souls. Retired PI Nick St. James has to find out who keeps summoning a demon before it kills him and its next targets: a mother and her child. But this will require some help from the very people he’s been trying to hide from: his friends. A voodoo houngan, a vampire coroner, a Norse goddess, and a few more unlikely allies will join for... more

  • The Themis Files

    by Sylvain Neuvel
    The Themis Files is a deeply human story about a world-changing alien discovery. 17 years ago, a young girl named Rose fell through the ground in the Black Hills and found herself in an underground chamber filled with gleaming symbols, lying in the palm of a giant metal hand. Now a physicist, Rose leads a research team struggling to determine the hand's origins. When another giant limb is discovered, she quickly devises a method for unearthing the hidden pieces, convinced there is an entire b... more

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