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  • 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
  • Crossing Xavier

    by Hugh Dudley
    Devon works with the lifeforms native to Xavier. He has reservations about how humans are changing the environment and disturbing evolution. A stranger warns that he is in danger. Devon escapes to a farm where he finds others who also have concerns about the colony. Where do Lottery winners go? Is there another colony on Xavier? Who are the Conspirators? Are ships still coming from Earth? Why are only children brought as new colonists? A group sets out from the farm to cross Xavier and answer th... more
  • Splinter

    by Sherri Fulmer Moorer
    The end of the world is just the beginning ... The year is 3001, and history takes a critical turn when Earth is destroyed by a solar flare. As Dr. Leigh Lybrand and her colleagues explore ways to survive in orbit of Jupiter, dark matter rips open the fabric of space and time, allowing them to see parallel universes. When the visions reveal that a radical religious group planned Earth’s destruction, Leigh must make a choice: Accept her fate or use what she’s learned to save humanity; even if ... more
  • Progenitor (The Earthside Trilogy Book 1)

    by Sherri Fulmer Moorer
    Humanity’s greatest achievement exposes our greatest weakness. Kalea Kerner was an electrical engineer focused on taking over her father’s company, until her uncle sat up from his deathbed and healed her broken foot. The miracle of their healing without the aid of recently developed nanotechnology puzzles doctors, especially when other cases of miracle healings are revealed. When the witnesses to the resurrections demonstrate abilities beyond human capacity, both medical professionals and go... more
  • Corn, Cows, and the Apocalypse (Book 1 of the Nebraska Apocalypse Trilogy)

    by Felicia Jedlicka
    A witty tale of a small town girl’s struggle to maintain her hard-earned mediocrity even after the reckoning. After the infamous and greatly exaggerated apocalypse takes the souls of nearly half the world's population, Lenore is left to figure out life beyond the banality of her previously humble existence. However, with the demon-ridden corpses of her former neighbors trying to kill her, there isn't much time for self exploration. In fact, the end of days is just turning out to be a lot o... more
  • Stage Four

    by John Payne

    Three people are dying of melanoma cancer. Nothing more can be done for them. Their pets are keeping them alive. The Chicago metro-sexual has a python, the gay guy from Paris has a French bulldog and the lawyer from San Francisco has a falcon. Their pets are keeping them alive until they get their ravaged bodies to Texas, and for one mil, undergo the treatment process. They are verified cured by their doctors. All goes well until certain atmospheric conditions erupt, and they genetically morp... more

  • Salt in the Blood

    by NB Williams
    It has waited in the salt since 1900 B.C. Now, a heady combination of love and greed has set it free. When caregiver Julianna Margate took a job looking after the aging widow of the county’s most prominent businessman, she never expected to come face to face with a creature whose origins are so ancient they are recorded in the Bible. But the longer she stays at Harrow House, the more she realizes something is not quite right. Tensions seethes between crippled Lavinia Harrow and her butl... more
  • Sheila: Quest for the Golden Sapphire

    by Shawn Caldwell
    On the twilight of her 15th birthday, while blissing out on the screaming guitar of a Jimi Hendrix tune, tomboy Sheila Domino and her best friend are attacked by a clan of werewolves. Even worse, while fending off the mangy mongrels, Sheila realizes that her body is transforming into the likeness of her attackers… What the hell?! A dark stranger rescues the girls, ushering them into a new land called Thera. Once unsurpassed in elegance and beauty, Thera is now scarred by darkness and poverty.... more
  • Eyes of Autumn

    by Cynthia H. Wise
    Recurring dreams have plagued Katie Hammond since childhood, forcing her to keep an open mind to the paranormal. But when Katie is compelled to follow a forest path during her trip to the Blue Ridge Mountains, she stumbles into a forgotten life—one she’s not sure she wants to remember—and an enthralling man who shouldn’t exist. At the end of the path is Marcus Hillyerd, a man with a secret and golden eyes. He comes face-to-face with the only woman he’s ever loved. The only problem—she doesn’... more
  • The Early Scrolls: Compendium to Sands of Time

    by Christine Church
    Even vampires have a history. And archaeologists have dug it up. From ancient Egypt comes the translated scrolls, a "diary" of Kesi of Giza, a hybrid blood drinker who is half human/half god. In this Book Two of the award winning Fate of the True Vampires series, Kesi records on papyrus the trials and tribulations of growing up as a race seen by humans as gods in which to offer their blood. Wanting only to be normal and falling in love with a human boy, Kesi discovers her life will always be any... more

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