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  • Gravity: Cryoborn Gifts (Obsidian Rim Book 1)

    by Maggie Lynch

    Help no one. Show no mercy. Stay alive.

    Lehana Saar learned the smuggler's trade the hard way--as an indentured servant to the Rim’s most notorious pirate. With the skills she acquired and now with her own ship, the star freighter Phoenix, Lehana is known throughout the Rim as a trafficker who will take any job, however dangerous, for the promise of a good profit. But when she's forced to crash land near a mining colony owned by the heinous, galactic cart... more

  • Whizzers

    by Michael J. Sahno
    A recovering alcoholic, Mike, discovers his six-year-old cousin, David, travels through time as a whizzer to bring comfort to those in need. Mike soon finds himself along for the ride, and while he gets the opportunity to bring solace to some of his greatest heroes, he must also confront his own greatest demons.
  • Lifeflash

    by Tom Deaderick
    Meet Jon Falvo’s eyes, and he knows everything about you, and you have a day to live. In the future, the scarcest resource is someone else’s attention. Cameras are everywhere, mounted in the virtual reality gear that everyone wears, and in every room. Life-streaming, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality have remade the world. Marty Selena is a cop longing to be a detective, but the cameras and identity-recognition systems leave few unsolved cases. She joins a retro-reality clu... more
  • The Lazarus Spear (THE LOST COVE SERIES Book 3)

    by Tom Deaderick
    For hundreds of years, Appalachian forests have drawn wanderers away from lights, comforts, and everyday life, into unchanged, less familiar, and even mysterious places. Hogan’s favorite spot overlooked the Nolichucky River’s emergence through the mountains as it snaked alongside the railroad tracks into Erwin, Tennessee. He sat atop the rock-scrabble ridge and closed his eyes in warm sunlight, listening to wrens and the rushing water below. The first drops of rain woke him, but the woods ... more
  • Flightpack (THE LOST COVE SERIES Book 2)

    by Tom Deaderick
    Leo and Ethan escape with the alien flightsuit that crashed in the Appalachian Mountains. They are pursued by government agents and by the flightsuit’s original pilot, now hiding in the mind of the agent who let them escape. Leo discovers the flightsuit’s most powerful weapon is the Artificial Intelligence, which he calls “Brother”. Brother teaches Leo to use the flightsuit, introduces him to the other “Known” species and compiles an archive of Earth history for delivery to the Explorer home ... more
  • Blood Awakens

    by Jessaca Willis
    People called Sean a blood guide, though he never fully understood why. As far as he knew, he could hear heartbeats and heal people. It wasn’t until he walked in on his brother’s brutal murder that he learned of the darker nature of his power: blood speaks to him, and he to it. With a simple song, he can command it to do whatever he wants, and in that moment, he showed his brother’s murderers no mercy. Now Sean must fight to keep his inner demons in check and his path to redemption begins with t... more
  • Trackers: Fitness Trackers or Traps?

    by Maurice Devaraj
    In the city of Fort Myers; A jogger dies after drinking too much soda pop. A cop steals towels from visitors to the beach. A woman commits suicide by jumping in front of a car. A child starts screaming in the South West Florida International Airport. A comatose US Army flight lieutenant is being flown to a biotech facility near the Captiva Islands. The common denominator to all these incidents is an unknown brand of fitness tracker that they all wear
  • Guild of Tokens

    by Jon Auerbach
    She wants to level up her humdrum existence. But her next quest could spell life or death. All Jen Jacobs has achieved in life is loneliness. So when she stumbles across a real-life game of epic quests on the streets of New York, she jumps at the chance for some excitement and gold tokens. Little does she know that the items she strives to collect hold a darker purpose… After a particularly harrowing quest pairs her up with Beatrice Taylor, a no-nonsense and ambitious mentor, Jen hopes she... more
  • Ms. Never

    by Colin Dodds

    · What do we give away when we click “I AGREE” to the terms of service in our phones?

    · Why are the billionaires squirrelling away all that money?

    · Why do old photographs and songs refer to a history we can’t remember?

    · Why do professional sports teams need new stadiums so often?

    · And why is everyone so depressed?

    These are just a few mysteries that Ms. Never – a new science-fiction novel by C... more

  • Universal Threat (The Encounter Series Book 2)

    by Killarney Traynor
    Three Teens. One Hiking Trip. One Huge Problem. All high school student Heather Miller wants is a chance to make a big impression on Jeff Levinson, the awkward/genius new kid in school. Taking him hiking in the White Mountains with her cool older brother, part-time park ranger Nick, seems like a great idea... until they discover a strange ship, crash-landed in the middle of nowhere. Aliens have landed. They are bigger, faster, stronger, and have nothing to lose and no one to fear. Stranded... more
  • Monkey Man

    by M. N. SNow
    Global warming fixes have overshot their mark and boomeranged the world into global cooling. Four people are drawn together in this neo-noir punk, dystopian, novel set in the near future: --Delores Manning, a shrewd, New York femme fatale chasing her ex-husband and the money he stole from her. --Wally Moon, back from his fifth combat tour, on three different continents, in a world perpetually at war. --Julie Newman, recently a civilian, laying low and wondering if it's paranoia, or is s... more
  • Emergence: Song of Sophangence: Book#1

    by E.I. McAllistair
    Song of Sophangence features of world parallel to our own, depicting a college experience for students with extraordinary powers. The story follows Anaar Vorpahl as he struggles to come to terms with the multitude of changes in his life, and the lives of his friends he gains along the way. Sophangence being the most elite school dedicated to combat, students often find themselves in dangerous situations as they grow into the people they hope to be.
  • The Eclipse Dancer

    by Matt McAvoy

    2019 REVIEWERS' CHOICE
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    Andy thought of flying. She imagined the air under her arms, her hair lifting and floating. She felt her heartbeat separate from the faraway beat and form its own rhythm: light, quick, a dancing thrum. When she opened her eyes, her yard was dusky and her mood had lightened. She let her gaze drift across the darkening landscape. Andy's heart filled with exultation. She raised her arms, fann... more

  • Kill the Witch!

    by Matt McAvoy

    A series of devastating coincidences, or a mercilessly vicious witch's curse?

    Jack doesn't believe in coincidences. But he does believe in her, and the terrible mistake he made the day he crossed her.
    The day his life became a living nightmare.

    Now, so deluded, so convinced of the curse, is he really willing to go to any lengths to stop it, even if that means committing shocking and brutal murder? 

    ... more

  • Willoughby's World of Wonder

    by Stephen Barnwell

    Willoughby’s World of Wonder is a fictional reproduction of the famous 1882 Field Guide to Strange Beasts & Curious Creatures. For half a century, this unique reference guide was used as a textbook in many universities around the globe, and was considered a primary reference of many cryptozoological societies and organizations. Years of painstaking research and expert restoration have yielded the amazing rebirth of this treasured book. Every single page of Willoughby’s is lavishly... more

  • The Black Line

    by Matt McAvoy

    Modern day London - a proud day for a very proud man, and why shouldn't he be? Boris has worked so very hard, and is now launching his new driver-less tube train on the pioneering Tower Line. But while some consider the line a triumph, not all are as pleased; in fact some, the more spiritually-attuned perhaps, are downright terrified.

    For the line, along with its creators, hides a secret... a secret darker than the tunnels under the Thames, and darker than the stories around the bod... more

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