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  • A Country Of Eternal Light

    by Darby Harn
    A black hole is tearing apart the solar system. Mairead's life is already in pieces. The Earth has less than a year to survive. Asteroids rain hell; earthquakes rattle cities; manic tides swamp coasts. Mairead intends to give herself to the erratic waves that erode her remote Irish island, the same that claimed her child. When Gavin, an American, arrives to scatter his father’s ashes, she becomes torn between wanting for life and death. Despite the tides, fuel shortages, and clos... more
  • Nuclear Midnight

    by Robert Cole
    On a holiday in England, Alex Carhill is caught in the nightmare of a nuclear holocaust. In a matter of hours, a mid-summer’s day is turned into a nuclear winter. This is the story of his survival in a world that no longer has rules; where climatic extremes, murder, starvation and disease are commonplace. As the land slowly heals, the survivors scratch together an existence in a contaminated wasteland ravaged by plagues of insects and disease. In this world, through hardship and pain, a new soc... more
  • Skein of Fates

    by Leslie Ann Moore

    What if Snow White had been fated to be a revolutionary... instead of a pawn?

    Nuetierra.

    An alien world where twin moons light the night and massive air-breathing jellyfish float through the violet skies trolling for prey.

    Nue Bayona.

    A gaslit, steam-powered city caught between the iron fist of a despot and the bloody fist of a terrorist...

    Four hundred years have passed since a great war toppled the fusion powered civilization created by refugees fleeing a dying... more

  • What Do You Think, Mr. Collins?

    by Neal Bialostosky
    Dreamscapes, androids, an acid trip, corrupt media, immigrants, racists, progressives, a terrorist attack, a magical owl, the Chinese mafia, and an enlightening walk through the Garden of Eden, all set right in this distant Paradise. In a far away parallel universe, on a planet called Earth, the city of Paradise is in big trouble. But only Alfred, a powerful AI butler, seems to be paying attention. The rest of the city is caught up in a deeply divisive race between mayor Teresa Vasquez, and h... more
  • The Uprisers

    by J.C. Gemmell
    The elimination of Earth’s excess water was crucial to building a better world, providing access to real estate and raw materials. For a thousand years, the ejected ice remained safely stored in Tion’s orbit, and the human population soared. Mike has a licence to move tourists through Tion’s spheres, despite new restrictions in the movement of people and data. His latest clients know nothing of his previous life and relationship to Pazel, or of the voice from his past, tempting him to return.... more
  • Lycaon's Fire

    by Jeff Schanz
    A small town hides a savage mystery someone is killing to protect. A mild-mannered drifter carries a deadly secret that leaves slaughter in his wake. They clash at a remote bus stop on the way to nowhere, with time to kill. * * * The legend of the flesh-eating wolf-people that live in the mountains has preyed upon a remote Montana town for years. People go missing, presumed dead, suspected eaten alive. Though the myth is considered silly superstition to most residents, someone or something i... more
  • On These Black Sands

    by Vanessa Rasanen
    AN HEIR ON THE RUN In one month, Aoife Cascade will turn twenty and take her seat on the Council of Cregah, an honor she's been preparing for her whole life. But when she lets a secret slip to her mother with devastating consequences, all her plans for the future crumble. Believing her people to be better off without her, she flees Cregah, stowing away aboard a pirate ship bound for dangerous waters. A PIRATE CAPTAIN WHO NEEDS HER HELP Captain Declan McCallagh is young compared to the pirat... more
  • Universe Olympics: Heat 1

    by Amanda Dubin

    What if winning the gold medal at the Olympics wasn’t the end? What if it was only the beginning?

    In 2036, Earth learns that humans have never been alone in the universe. A handful of summer and winter olympians are chosen to compete in the Universe Olympics, alongside highly adapted species from across the Milky Way Galaxy.

    No human is prepared for what comes next.

    Ambassador Liew invites a swimmer, gymnast, snowboarder, skier, wrestler, sprinter, surfer, skaters, div... more

  • Nunchuck City

    by Brian Asman
    You better nun-check yourself before you wreck yourself! Disgraced ex-ninja Nunchuck “Nick” Nikolopoulis just wants to open a drive-thru fondue restaurant with his best friend Rondell. But when an old enemy kidnaps the mayor, and a former flame arrives in hot pursuit, Nick’s going to have to dust off his fighting skills and face his past. Plus an army of heavily-armed ninjas, a very well-dressed street gang, an Australian sumo wrestler with a gnarly skin condition, giant robots, municipal pap... more
  • Haelend's Ballad

    by Ian V. Conrey

    ARNON signs his own death warrant when he joins an already failing militia. ADELYNE is haunted by her childhood abuse and begins to crave the very things she hates. EIRÚN finds herself on the run as a convicted murderer. Yet they are all unaware that their own fates are tied to a young orphan, SØREN, who has drowned and come back to life in a foreign land where he will be the death of everyone he meets.

    Hælend’s Ballad is a haunting tale about what happens when men and women from two co... more

  • The Godma's Daughters

    by Isabella Ides
    The Godma’s Daughters is a love story, a time traveler’s journey, a tale of border crossings. With unforgettable characters to love, including a charming burro named Pants-on-Fire, two rebel grandmother shamans, and two pairs of lovers whose stories reach deep into the Maya past. Travel with the foursome from a sleepy Texas border town to an ancient Maya city in the Yucatan. Discover the secret at the bottom of a god-haunted pool, Yax Tok Ts’ono’ot.
  • The Terror of the Void: The Cluster Saga Book Three

    by Carlos R. Tkacz
    Ten years have passed since the unrest that nearly tore the Inner Cluster apart from within. The Elder Council is no more, the Elders murdered by terrorists. The Inner Cluster has become almost unrecognizable, a military state preparing for all-out war. On one side, the Watchers, alien and silent predators from deep within the void of space, are near. On the other side, the Black Sun, warmongers risen from the ashes of the Coalition, bring their reign of destruction ever closer. Khalihl, Meiind,... more
  • Eyes Last Seen Dying

    by Colin Adams
    Tricked by her sensei into starting a war, Lena steals one of six stones holding back the Nithrain, an ancient enemy haunting the fringes of old tales. Hunted by every side, to save herself Lena must first become the hero worthy of redemption.
  • After Thought

    by P. A. Crenshaw
    After Thought treads an addictive, sexy, and unexpected line between magical realism and urban fantasy and unveils a secretive world of magic, danger, heartbreak, and romance, where the power of human thought can produce the ultimate good—and the ultimate evil. Finally in New York with a career on the rise, rock star wannabe Adam Lancaster falls for his lovely, mysterious neighbor, Madeline Smith. But the more time that he spends with Maddie, the more mysterious she becomes. Strange, dangerou... more
  • Alien Dream Machine

    by William X. Adams
    Gunnar is a young Las Vegas PI who struggles with narcolepsy, falling asleep at unpredictable moments. He tracks down a man who cheats at casino dice, only to learn that the guy is an extraterrestrial. Phane, the gambler, begs Gunnar to help him. He and his family are hunted by gangsters who want his dice secret. Gunnar is charmed by the stranger and wants to help, but Phane becomes seriously wounded. Gunnar and his sleep doctor try a desperate plan to revive the dying alien using focused dreams... more
  • Covenant of Blood

    by H.R. van Adel

    On Thayria, the brutal Sarasinian League dominates. Yet beneath its arrogant façade, decades of corruption, neglect and incompetence have left it weakened and vulnerable. Even as its subject peoples yearn for freedom, the League, preoccupied with violent expansion, shows astonishing complacency in the face of impending revolt.

    Against a backdrop of relentless bloody battles, a provincial governor chooses a path that could change the course of history. A group of military cadets f... more

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