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  • The Villain & The Golden Apple

    by Ken Doggett
    One day, if all goes well, Earth will establish a colony on Mars. With any luck, that colony will grow. If it grows, it may eventually want independence, and when it does, war may be inevitable. But other causes can also explode into war. Included in this collection are two different causes, two different stories of a colonial war with Mars. In the first novella, THE VILLAIN is a member of the Enclave of the Villainy who goes outside the rules. Using his power for just the "party display... more
  • Strange Tales: A New York Ghost Story

    by Renee Lee
    Andrea Hu is a Chinese Taoist Magician, helping to rid NYC of demons, ghosts and other supernatural pests. When a young man is being haunted by a ghost, it is up to Andrea, along with help from her family, cats, possibly a unicorn and a few deities to figure out why and help save him from becoming a ghost himself.
  • Angel War

    by Philip Dodd
    From an early age, Azel, the Prince of the White Castle of the Angels of Light, plans what he calls his great rebellion against the Father. After his self transformation into a four legged, scaled beast, he names himself the Dragon. At the head of his rebel angel army and his dragon flocks, he brings war to the angel lands. His intention is to dethrone the Father and rule in his place. Khem, the Child of the White Mountain, vows upon his Silver Sword to be his slayer. The lonely, perilous path o... more
  • Yetunde: An Ode to My Mother

    by Segilola Salami
    Yetunde: An Ode to My Mother is a stand alone book from Yetunde: The Life and Times of a Yoruba Girl in London (1). You may think of it as book 1.5, as in this book Yetunde is slightly older. It is a heart-warming story about the power of a mother's love; truly an ode to women and mothers all over the world. It is a captivating and emotional story that talks about love and loss! Follow Yetunde as she narrates her mother's ode to her grandmother. It is the Yoruba praise poetry for... more
  • Ship Of Storms

    by Ken Doggett
    Marcus Legend is a unique guy with a unique name and a unique past. As that past has shown, he also has a unique talent for turning good fortune into bad, and getting himself into deep trouble. When his fortune hits bottom, a psyche-reader by the name of Werner visits him in prison, where he's serving a 43-year sentence for his latest misadventure. Werner offers to change his life. Mars, Earth's most distant colony, has rebelled, and Earth's attempts to put down the rebellion have been cripp... more
  • To Summon The Blackbird

    by Ken Doggett
    The Solar Empire had spread across the stars, but revolution in the outer fringes precipitated a collapse. Out of those ashes a powerful rival to its ancient glory arose, growing far beyond its early boundaries to crush all challengers. Now the New Empire launches yet another campaign, and this one will take it deeper than ever into the old empire's former realm. Its target is the small Hellsbridge Sub-Federation Tri-System, but when the assault begins with a force that should have been overwhel... more
  • Klubbe the Turkle and the Golden Star Coracle

    by Philip Dodd
    On the planet Ankor, Klubbe the turkle lives as a hermit. A marine mishap inspires him to be an inventor. His inventions and explorations change his life, his entire planet. Turkles are close cousins of turtles. Unlike them, they have yellow golden skin and back shells, walk on their hind legs, have the gift of language, and the ability to create their own culture. The life of Klubbe may read like a light-hearted science fiction story, but it actually happened to him.
  • Mirror Earth: the Forest of Drul

    by Maria Renate
    Tal Alonspike lives with her family in the Forest of Drul, isolated by a vast expanse of haunting prairie. They eke out a frugal life, harboring a secret, watching shadows length across the grasslands. Tal never wants to leave her beloved forest, until a dying stranger comes out of the west. Change and terror cling to his heels like a shadow, until even the Forest of Drul is home no longer.
  • The Methuselah Paradox

    by EJ Jackson
    THE DETECTIVE – THE SCIENTIST – THE ENIGMA Manchester, 1979: young Ian Hammond ‘s life changes with the Woolworth’s fire of 8th May – it is the last time he will see his mother. Thirty-six years later, the adult Hammond, now a Detective Inspector with the Greater Manchester Police, is shocked to see a face from that day surface in connection with the sudden disappearance of young Genetics researcher Emma Morgan. Emma’s parents, Eva and Tom, are frantic. The Morgans are no strangers to lo... more
  • 1500775371

    by EJ Jackson
    Short stories with a science-fiction twist. 'The Journey' - Eva and Tom emerge from a train wreck to discover a deserted and partially destroyed London. What has happened to Tom's family? 'Gideon's Road' - Gideon wakes to find himself lying in a ditch on a lonely country road. Is that his real name, and why can't he remember his life from before? 'I Think I Knew Your Father' Journalist Marc Harrison bends the rules to get a place on the first manned mission to Mars - and lives to reg... more
  • Torn (Arcadia Book 1)

    by Mary Brock Jones
    Two ecological engineers must change their world to save it, no matter the cost to all they love. Fee comes from the mountains of her world. She grew up with trees, rushing streams and rain. The grasslands beyond the foothills are Caleb’s home. Dry, windblown, a place of endless light and untouchable horizons. Both are ecological engineers for the Survey, working to save their world from environmental disaster before it’s too late. Because unless something is done, soon, the planet is going... more
  • Corn Husking After the Apocalypse (Book 3 of the Nebraska Apocalypse Trilogy) (Corn, Cows, and the Apocalypse)

    by Felicia Jedlicka
    Just perfect! Sure, the end of the world was tough. And I'm not going to lie to you, I think getting shot in the back, by a bat shit crazy recluse, was about as scary as it gets. However, watching Priest leave, was the hardest trial of them all. 3 months later: Lenore's life has gone from bad to worse since Priest left. Not only did she lose the only man she ever really loved, but her arch nemesis is trying to fill the void. Poisoning her dreams with psychosexual torture, Adrian Dorn is bait... more
  • Cow Tipping After the Apocalypse (Book 2 of the Nebraska Apocalypse Trilogy) (Corn, Cows, and the Apocalypse)

    by Felicia Jedlicka
    Sometimes the road forward is a low maintenance road. Grieving the loss of her mentor and friend, Lenore is faced with the realization that August may not have been wrong about the impending war coming their way. As she buries one friend, another comes back from the dead. Priest, sober and far more receptive to a purpose beyond holy servitude, joins their group to help fight the growing threat in Nebraska's mecca metropolis. With Garrett also in for the long haul, Lenore falls back into ... more
  • Sister Witches

    by Felicia Jedlicka
    When her parents die, Hennie’s life comes apart at the seams, and her path of destruction takes her right to the woman who had foretold her misery: Sister Aggie. This former grade school teacher is not who she appears to be, though, and her companions have just as many secrets lurking under their robes. Hennie is astounded to find a hidden world beneath the quiet surface of this convent—a world of possession and exorcism, of witches and magic. Now, inducted into the coven and tasked with... more
  • Successors (Book 1 of The Warden Series)

    by Felicia Jedlicka
    Ethan and Corinthia weren’t prepared for the duties of containing supernatural creatures. However, since they were both brought in as glorified slaves, there wasn’t exactly an interview to discuss the job parameters. Thrust into the secret world of the supernatural, Ethan and Cori do their best to acclimate to life, as they now know it. While Ethan thrives under the pressure and expectations that the prison’s warden, Danato, puts on him; Cori’s independent nature rebels against the intempera... more

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