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  • Fossils 2084

    by Michael Beres
    Florida a severed peninsula with previous shoreline keys gone. Oligarch strongholds on cruise ships and artificial islands. Climate refugees on the move and drones everywhere. Pet ownership a rarity and even having children frowned upon. Meatless meat, vertical farms, solar generation and energy storage corporate-controlled. Starvation, migration, suicides, tribalism, anger, and distress…Sound like a future you envision? An AI-flown commercial hybrid airliner crash-lands on a golf course in Suns... more
  • REX

    by Vince Johnson
    Throughout history, they’ve been known as Werewolves. Some now call them Dog-Men. For those who must hunt them, they are “Rex.”
  • E.V.A.IN.E, Book 1: There Was a Place

    by Jackson Burrows
    A world exists where the Incomparable Beauty of an Alien Technology Meets Its Ultimate Challenge: To remain Protector of Their Secret Transcendent Yet to Be Born. Set within their spiral galaxy, between the expanse waves of Mira and Axis Prime, an exploring society called Deneva has created the answer to a harmonious continuance in the universe. One citizen of remarkable insight and intelligence, Dr. Shesgal Ollemanhalu, has created a transferable, virtual representative from his doctorate work... more
  • E.V.A.In.E.: Book 2 Lessons Learned from the Old Makers

    by Jackson Burrows
    All life forms dream. Even the overlooked organism in the soil beneath our feet which ventilate the soil. Many of these have extended life spans exceeding our own. Likewise among this category are variations that achieve remarkable transformations to their physical makeup. The struggling caterpillar, which has the ability to acquire a state of metamorphosis, can attain a winged form capable of drinking the nectar of its culminating attainment...its philosophy if you will. Thereby fulfilling its ... more
  • The Key of Astrea

    by Nicholas Marson
    Sixteen-year-old Jenny Tripper might be crazy...or she might have the power to save the Solar System. At least that’s what the holographic woman in her bedroom tells her. Jenny thinks it's just another ghost, but after falling into an alternate Universe, she finds herself neck-deep in an interstellar conflict over runaway aliens. She alone may be the key to their freedom...if she can master her abilities without going insane. Jenny quickly learns that she’s not alone. There are others like he... more
  • The Lost Signal (Slaves of Zisaida Book 1)

    by J.S. Fernandez Morales

    The signal shouldn't exist, but its disappearance brings forward a harbinger of doom. Humans can't fight this war.

    Not without help.

    For years, Dr. Ethan Fawkes has been communicating with a mysterious scientist using an encoded signal. Together, they designed the first space-faring warship. But when the government orders Ethan to dismantle it, his collaborator has no choice but to reveal a terrible secret. An army of powerful aliens is ab... more

  • The Dry Country

    by Judith Pratt
    The Dry Country is a landscape that changes as you walk through it. Hills become valleys. Places full of shrubs and grass become sand and rocks—or vice versa. No one crosses the Dry unchanged. The desperately poor and the keenly adventurous must hire a Guide to lead them across. Sam is a Dry Country Guide. In the novel, she leads the most impossible group she’s ever seen—young Miskin, who might be a thief, and several people who think the Dry is a scam and a swindle. Angry, the Dry Country separ... more
  • Professor Wonder's Book of Amazing Stories

    by Barry Lenson
    Professor Wonder came to me in a dream one night. When I went into my kitchen for breakfast, he was sitting at the table. He told me these stories and asked me to tell them to you. Recent readers of these stories have called them "astounding." And now in this expanded edition, there are even more to enjoy.
  • The Scream of An Eagle

    by Marcus Lynn Dean
    A novel about coming of age in a dystopian world of the very near future. A future that is mere decades away. A future ravaged by climate change and savaged by modern civilization. Can young love and young lovers survive? Can our civilization survive? Is survival a blessing or a curse? This is the story of James Mendez and his first love, Anna. Born the only son of one of the world’s richest men; will his wealth even matter, as he grows up in a world that is turning upside down? What is money an... more
  • The Case of the Notorious Roboticist

    by David Hearne
    Set in a future where matriarchy has toppled patriarchy, Moroz is a flawed, old-fashioned gumshoe fighting for equality in a society where human-form androids have become the norm. Notorious roboticist and artificial intelligence whiz Isadora is his greatest adversary yet his only hope to restore justice between the sexes. Yet her own plans are to keep men under her thumb.When Isadora is charged with murder, Moroz must consider the cost of trying to solve the case: something that could cost h... more
  • Reluctant Android

    by William X. Adams
    Andy Bolton, a software engineer in Seattle, feels like just a regular guy but evidence mounts that he is actually a robot. His boss, Lucy, wants to capture him and take him apart for study. On the run, Andy finds his creator and learns he is neither human nor simple machine. He reluctantly accepts that he is something in between, a sentient AI device. He needs to explain this to his nemesis, Lucy, but can a person ever believe in a machine with empathy? This is the first in the Newcomers serie... more
  • The Heirs of Clearwater

    by Ian Wuertz

    Someone in Clearwater is going to die and Cameron Temes is sure that it will be her fault. But who will fall victim to Cameron’s curse this time and will Cameron be able to save them? This has always been Cameron’s life, her curse. With each new town, Cameron brings Death along with her. But no matter how hard she tries, Death always wins. That is, until Cameron comes to Clearwater, a mysterious town with a body count of its own, and meets Margot McCallister. Margot, like Cameron,... more

  • The Going Back Portal

    by Connie Lacy

    The past is a dangerous place in this fast-paced time travel novel about a young Cherokee Indian woman of 1840 and a twenty-first century investigative journalist.

    Determined to keep her ancestral lands after her family is forced to march west during the Trail of Tears, Forest Water finds herself trapped by a brutal white man on her own farmstead. When Kathryn Spears arrives from the twenty-first century, Forest Water hopes she's a good spirit come to help her. ... more

  • Lullabies for Suffering: Tales of Addiction Horror

    by Mark Matthews
    Addiction starts like a sweet lullaby sung by a trusted loved one. It washes away the pains of the day and wraps you safely in the warmness of the womb. Nothing hurts and every dream is possible. Yet soon enough, this warm state of bliss becomes a cold shiver, the ecstasy and dreams become nightmares, yet we can’t stop listening to the lullaby for suffering. We crave to hear the siren song as it rips us apart. A powerful list of talent has woven tales featuring the insidious nature of add... more
  • Paradox Twins

    by Marc Neuffer
    Paradox Twins – Synopsis Paradox Twins is a science fiction adventure The book begins as an interview with a Ph.D. in the year 2165. He doesn’t believe her story but has been tasked to make an evaluation. As she tells her story he learns that it began on Labor Day weekend 2019. Riley is a young professional woman working in the publishing world. She comes home to her tiny apartment to find she has already arrived; an EXACT COPY of herself, same memories, same life. Each is equally unsure of ... more
  • Fourth Trait

    by Benjamin A. Bryan
    It’s 2095. A cataclysmic event known as the Great Catastrophe has killed ninety-five percent of the world’s population. The survivors share a common thread: genetic traits that enable perception of the physical and emotional experience of others, both living and dead. Turns out death is an empty persistence in limbo, and the dead, or unattached as they’re now known, plague the living. But scientists have developed a genetically flawless replacement body. Death is cured. And the unattached have t... more

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