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  • The Last Shade Tree

    by Margaret Panofsky
    Sequoyah Morgan Hummingbird is different, living on the edge of reality where sharing thoughts is as natural as breathing. But he hates everything about himself—his name, his lost childhood in a Cherokee residential school, his tongue-tied shyness. Even worse, the Moon People, an octogenarian pair orbiting high above the earth, force him to comply with their ruthless repopulation scheme—because they alone have seen WW III destroy humankind. By age twenty Sequoyah hits rock bottom. He pulls throu... more
  • THE BIG BLACK BAG

    by Barbara Sherman

    Joe De Killer, a partner in a prominent law firm, embezzles the company's funds with the intention of living in the lap of luxury for the rest of his life.  To carry out his plan, he enlists the help of a lawyer axquaintance, who is given the task of putting the money away in a safe place, so the law firm would have no way of finding it or pinning the blame on him.  In their mad scramble from the law, the two associates-in-crime find themselves in a series of adventures tha... more

  • Confidence Game

    by Britt Ringel
    When a smuggler steals a ship and cons a crew to escape his past, he gets more trouble than his own. A space adventure in the spirit of Firefly, Confidence Game is a standalone novel set among the other books in the This Corner of the Universe galaxy.
  • B06VWZ24SL

    by Kyle Oates
    In "The Evening Blade: Edge of Awakening" three individuals–Anara Swift, a young woman with no clear path for the future; Miranda Heath, an heiress held captive by her own family; and Joshua Kentaine, a squire with ambitions to avenge his family–come of age but behind the wars of Trista whispers in the Void begin to stir. Anara begins a new life as a courtesan after being forced out of the place she called home. She discovers that her new path has unexpected possibilities that eventually lead... more
  • The Keeper of the Crows

    by Kyle Alexander Romines
    No evil can remain buried forever, as disgraced journalist Thomas Brooks discovers when a wave of death grips the rural Kentucky town of Gray Hollow in terror. Following a very public humiliation, Thomas is looking for a story to get him back on the map—and free of the small town newspaper where he serves out his exile. The apparent murder of a stranger seems to be just what the opportunistic reporter needs, until he discovers the death is merely the start of something bigger. Also investi... more
  • The White Arrow (The Bow of Hart Saga Book 3)

    by P. H. Solomon
    Haunted by his failure. Hunted for his inheritance. Seeking the fulfillment of prophecy. Athson has found the Bow of Hart and is pursued by his enemies as well as haunted by both his past and his failures. But according to Hastra the Withling, the prophecy of the bow indicates Eloch will send an arrow for its use. Magdronu watches for the appearance of the arrow and plots to regain control of his magic and set his plans in motion. With his sights set on Auguron, the dragon sends his forces on... more
  • Dust (Children of the Republic Book 1)

    by Jason T. Hutt
    Nick Papagous has learned his father’s secrets and they have driven him to hate the man he once admired. Nick sets off for Nexus Station, a gateway to humanity’s frontier. Stripped of all of his money, he’s forced into the employ of Max Cabot, an old freighter pilot with a tragic past of his own. To pay off his debts, Max has been running the same route for ten years, running back and forth from Nexus to Dust, the final colony the Republic established. Dust is remote and isolated from the res... more
  • Pursuit of the Guardian (Children of the Republic Book 2)

    by Jason T. Hutt
    Ten years after the incident on Dust, Max Cabot is smuggling families out from under the oppressive rule of a corrupt republic. Over that time, Max has ferried families with unauthorized children to sanctuary on the planet Maisha as he piloted the only ship in explored space that could generate a wormhole without a jump beacon, the Guardian. Now, the Republic has finally caught up with Max. Senator Maria Cahill vowed to eliminate the lawlessness of those like Max after the incident on Dust t... more
  • Andrew Colon Space Custodian

    by Kevin Conner
    Andrew Colon Space Custodian is an average joe, piloting an average talking ship, who works for an average boss named John Luck Pichard, while he taxis an average crew who recycles and collects average garbage through an average universe from average clients (such as Lucifer and King the Purseless). (this is a comedy)
  • Chrur

    by Kevin Conner
    This short story action adventure takes you on a journey through the jungle life of a black panther monarch named 'Chrur', as he furiously tracks down the man and shadow of death which violated his borders. His journey leads him through the jungles of what we now call India in the year 1911.
  • The Amazing Davin McDurrin - Fireworks

    by Kevin Conner
    In Fireworks, Davin engages in a custom made poker game with Samuel Hampton over a disgrace of Samuel's newly wedded bride. Whether or not Davin can keep his 'dignity' intact becomes a hot topic, as the town of Jordan, Tennessee places bets which may benefit their 4th of July celebration in 1867.
  • Geb Project

    by Kevin Conner
    Imagine a world filled with magic, ruled by Giants who took what they wanted, and laid waste to everything they saw! When disaster hit, they left for the stars, leaving a magical race of people to defend and cure the mess they left behind. The Gigans promised to return when the world was healed, causing strong political divisions with the custodial race. It's been over 100 years since the Gigans have gone, and the island nation of magically endowed people are faced with their pressing retur... more
  • John Rocket vol. 1

    by Kevin Conner
    This novel centers around the life of a man name Clarence Fairbanks, and the differences in society had Super Heroes been real in the 1950s. This is written in the classic style of Green Hornet and Zorro - where the person's life takes center stage over that of super antics. This book also gives a small primer for the 1950s, but it is not a history lesson. As such, those unfamiliar with the 1950s may feel a little culture shock at some aspects - Japanese-Americans re-entering Society after ... more
  • Adrushya Guru - A Journey Within

    by ABC.XYZ

    A partially blind African-American girl finds herself trapped in a brothel in Banaras, India. A mysterious Aghori priest, who practices occult rituals on dead bodies, rescues her. The Priest and his friend, Bhaijan, a forced-eunuch and devout Muslim embark on a voyage in river Ganges to help the girl realize her destiny. An elderly joins the passengers on their way to the horizon as their guide. He suggests them to play a game in which passengers have to share an experience and... more

  • 29

    by Nancy Pennick
    In the not so distant future, Allison Sanders didn’t think much existed beyond the walls of her high school and small town. Bored of her daily routine, she distracted herself with a boy who was so off-limits she named him Loner. She soon found out Lucas Montgomery wasn't an ordinary boy. He had been born on February 29, Leap Day, and like all men born on that day, had special powers. Living in secrecy for centuries, the Niners are now on the Army's radar. Allie's brother, Doug Sanders, is head o... more
  • Sehmah's Truth (Beneath the Willow Book 1)

    by A.J. Culey
    She created his world and made him the hero of her story. Now she's living that story with him. Samantha and her twin brother spent their childhood creating an imaginary world beneath the willow tree in their backyard. Two years after her brother's death, Samantha is unexpectedly transported to their fantasy world, where she meets Takeem, the hero of every story she's ever written. With Takeem by her side, and danger at every turn, Samantha discovers the world she created is nothing like wha... more

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