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  • The War for Reality

    by T. C. Weber
    The War for Reality trilogy is a science-fiction/techno-thriller series set in the near future. A giant media corporation (MediaCorp) has taken over the Internet, created an addictive virtual reality called BetterWorld, and controls nearly all information. Politicians do their bidding and a brainwashed humanity serves a privileged few. The first volume, Sleep State Interrupt, was a Compton Crook Award finalist for best first science fiction novel. Waylee Freid, an unemployed Baltimore journal... more
  • The Reflection of the Raidin

    by Susan L Markloff
    In the wake of tragedy, Jen Monroe steps into the world of Tilion, determined to find a way to end the war that she’s been thrust into. Leaving Earth, her family, and her friends behind, she’s prepared to do whatever it takes to protect those she cares about. As she and the Human-Borns start to find their rhythm in this strange new world, Agerius begins to feel like home. The brief semblance of a peaceful respite is abruptly pulled away, and things start to unravel fast. Despite their acclima... more
  • The Survivors

    by T. C. Weber
    In a calamitous future, runaway climate change has made the planet nearly uninhabitable. Civilization has collapsed, and every day is a struggle. Lucy, a young mother of two, dreams of a better life by bringing back vanished knowledge. But the rest of her group is focused only on day-to-day survival—at any price. When a deadly hurricane destroys their home, Lucy’s group is forced on the road, where they must cope with hunger, searing temperatures, and vicious rivals. And their nightmare is just ... more
  • Moons

    by R.E. Mason
    MOONS is a tale of two worlds at cross-purposes, orbiting around a once-habitable planet. Read how two men, strangers to each other, are commissioned to find and bring their chosen heir back to claim her right to ascendency in time to stop a despot from taking control of both Moons. MOONS is an action-packed sci-fi adventure novel, guaranteed to keep readers on the edge of their seats.
  • Worldwalker: Worldwalker Book Two

    by Andrew Christian
    Time is slipping, threatening a cosmic backlash of destruction across the Five Known Worlds. On the way to class, college student Alexander Mason is confronted by an elderly homeless man, seemingly in need of help to fix his broken tent. A Boy Scout, Alexander tries his best to assist the old bum, only to be abducted and thrust into a deadly game between gods. Along the way, he must rescue a beautiful prisoner, tame a bloodthirsty demon, and survive the political intrigues of the Magelords... more
  • When Ink Bleeds

    by John C. Stipa
    Struggling author Art Pharos can’t catch a break. Rejected by publishers and even his own agent, he heads to Europe in search of inspiration. While touring the home of Jules Verne, he finds an antique quill pen that does more than just write words; it brings stories and characters to life, literally. The potential of this new-found discovery attracts the attention of forces that put Art in danger. But no one cares for their creations more than an author, and Art’s characters won’t be erased with... more
  • The Vaulted Seas

    by L. A. Cummings

    In this thrilling follow-up to The Everlasting Earth, Lwo's watchers will be put to the test once again, as an essential natural resource is suddenly compromised, and the patience of the populace begins to run thin.

  • Fire Dance

    by Caroline Sciriha
    For seventeen years, Maia, a promising acolyte of the Goddess of Light, has hidden her unholy ability to conjure flames. But when she performs in the temple’s Summer Solstice ceremony, the Emperor’s envoy, Lord Quei, tells her he knows her secret. Quei threatens to enslave Vane, the young man Maia loves, and execute her as a demon unless Maia recovers coins that were stolen from him. He claims these will reveal Maia’s true nature and restore their memories of who he and Maia were in previous liv... more
  • Pick Your Potion

    by Ephiny Gale
    Magic, mystery, and the macabre collide in Pick Your Potion, a mesmerising collection of 26 genre-blending fantasy, science-fiction, and horror stories from award-winning Australian author Ephiny Gale.
  • Heavy Metal Moon

    by Ron Lamberson
    Garton Prog wants to start a band. Problem is, he’s the sole human survivor of an Earth mission landed on a planet in the nearest star system, Alpha Centauri. His options for bandmates are all aliens and not aficionados of rock and roll. Just as he scrapes together a handful of willing partners, and sets his sights on a battle of the bands contest, he learns of a compelling rumor which threatens to disrupt his rock star dream. It's an interstellar collision of Guardians of the Galaxy and Sav... more
  • Generations

    by Noam Josephides


    "Thought-provoking, innovative and brimming with emotional depth!" - SciFi Zone Review

    For eight generations, the Thetis has been a peaceful haven, carrying the last remnants of humanity on a jour... more

  • Edge of the Known World

    by Sheri T. Joseph
    Edge of the Known World is a speculative fiction love and adventure story set in a realistic near future, with underlying themes about family, privacy and the onrush of genetic screening. Alexandra Tashen is a brilliant student, adoring daughter, merry wit, and exuberant prankster. She is also hiding in the open. After a blissful childhood on a Texas ranch, Alex learns the truth: She is a refusé from a brutal regime, smuggled into the Allied Nations as an infant. Everyone from her birthpla... more
  • Cacophony of Crowns

    by Garrett S. Broussard

    “Cacophony of Crowns” is the beginning of a personal mythology of sorts. I like to call it "The Silmarillion" meets "Love, Death, and Robots". We're introduced to gods, monarchs, and regular everyday folks from different planets and time periods. Each story is a moment in time, with some linking to others and some being standalone worlds. I really tried to bring together my love for fantasy, pulp sci-fi, gothic horror, and modern topics like contemporary ar... more

  • The Strange Tale of the Trilobite Liberation Army

    by Edward Ringel
    The incredible story first chronicled in “I Look Forward to Further Collaboration Between Our Species” continues. Our Latternite alien friends came in peace. They wanted to trade ideas, culture, and technology and be our BFFs. A year into it, though, and it still ain’t happening. Not a whole lot of anything is being exchanged, brainsucking kleptrons are still out there wreaking havoc, and everybody within 25 light-years of the mess is getting frustrated and impatient. Worst of all, the law of un... more
  • Black Magic & Serendipity: Volume One--The Blood Witch

    by Christopher Schmehl
    A young girl named Moeera sees the Wondrous Wecks' magic show and decides that she wants to be a magic user too. Her mother and father are killed by an evil blood witch. Moeera eludes the witch and runs away. She meets an old witch named Carrie whose husband changes back and forth from human to gander. Carrie begins formally training Moeera as her apprentice witch. The evil blood witch Izzpalin remains on Moeera's trail.
  • Warped on a Moon Trek

    by Diane Vallere
    Tomorrow is yesterday and next week may never come in this new space adventure with notes of Veronica Mars and Lost in Space! Sylvia Stryker is the Moon Unit Corporation’s employee of the month. Impressive, since her side gig solving intergalactic mysteries takes up most of her time. But she is put to a new test after her mentor, Neptune, flies through a wormhole to meet with a reclusive scientist about the faulty chip powering their lunar module. The contact has been hiding from accusations ... more