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  • Outside the Moon’s Front Door

    by Nathaniel Sewell
    Artemis Lamb, medical malpractice investigator, faces the supernatural as Satan torments her, and the spirits lost in limbo try nudge her toward the truth. A secretive hospital, a sinister Dr. Demopolis and hidden Tree of Life cult. A little girls life is at risk, what will Artemis do to protect her, and finish her job.
  • Fishing for Light

    by Nathaniel Sewell
    How do you take your coffee?Ms Prosperina is a genetic monster trying to take over the world by spiking the coffee at her Starry Eyed Coffee Hut chain … and she’ll stop at nothing.It’s up to her unwitting creator, the geneticist Professor Quan, to stop her. In an attempt to correct his mistake, Professor Quan creates a network of people with the power of true love genetically coded within them. They alone might resist Ms Prosperina’s attempt to change the course of humanity.Everything hangs in t... more
  • Buried Instincts - The Zombie Apocalypse

    by Lynn Henson
    Down on his luck Blake was looking for a little excitement to perk up his routine. When zombies come rolling through the world, he embarks on a journey with other ill-prepared people in search of safety. With no practical survival skills for a global disaster, much less dealing with legions of the undead Blake must figure out how to survive and reach safety.
  • Transcendence

    by Johanna Kristin Ellerup

    Synopsis – Transcendence

     

         A pharmacist is murdered and instantly transcends through a quantum field into a simultaneous parallel universe here on earth where she meets the old woman she instantly realizes is the reason for her mission. Juxtaposed to the pharmacist, the old woman’s life and demeanor is a subtle, yet profoundly impactful one, where an innate understanding of life’s hidden meanings reside. The pharmacist initiates her missi... more

  • Transcendence

    by Johanna Kristin Ellerup
    An unusual look at life, life after death, and reincarnation as told by a murder victim's spirit as it seeks to answer the ageless question - Why are we here? A pharmacist is murdered for investigating an international cartel and descends into a parallel, quantum universe where she believes her goal is to reunite her orphaned pets with a uniquely gifted, older woman. What follows is the intermingling of the lives of otherwise unrelated people, leading to the healing of old wo... more
  • The Blue Moon

    by Christopher Webster
    It is a hopeless future. Forced to flee a toxic earth, humanity has found a new life among the stars. Some hold out hope that a new home can be found—a planet called Eden Star—but that dream is mostly forgotten. While travelling between space ports, an old laborer with nothing to live for saves two young children when their transport ship is destroyed. Set adrift in a cramped escape pod, they begin to lose hope of rescue until a strange alien moon reveals itself to them. Together, the ca... more
  • I Am Not Thirteen

    by A.O. Monk

    The day before her twenty-sixth birthday, Amy Snowberger's sister pulls a knife on her in church. She escapes, alive but wounded, and goes home to be with her mom. The next morning, she finds that her wound's healed, but she finds that everything, including her family and her own body, is exactly as it was on her thirteenth birthday. Nobody seems to remember the last half of her life. She now has the unenviable task of figuring out how she got back here, and how she can get back, if s... more

  • Earth Quarantined

    by Jewel Hart
    When the virus which killed millions of people is gone, humanity lives in a planet-wide quarantine enforced by an alien species. The year is 2355. The deadly virus that killed millions of people is gone, thanks to the quarantine measures put in place by the Criterion, an alien species who appeared just in time to save the human race. In exchange for complying with their tough control measures, the Criterion promised us the technology for interstellar travel. We’ve done all they’ve asked, yet ... more
  • Fortune's Fool: A Gideon Quinn Case (The Fortune Chronicles Book 3)

    by Kathleen McClure
    Ex-thief, ex-soldier, and ex-convict Gideon Quinn is just getting used to being Nike's first and only private facilitator when he's thrust into a missing person's case that comes with more than a few ghosts. Will Gideon be able to find Nike's lost souls without losing his own?
  • Kingdom: Tiber City Blues

    by Anderson ODonnell
    Kingdom: Tiber City Blues In a secret laboratory hidden under the desert, a covert bioengineering project—codename “Exodus”—has discovered the gene responsible for the human soul. Somewhere in the neon sprawl outside the nation’s collapsing economic core, a group of renegade monks are on the verge of uncovering a secret that has eluded mankind for centuries. In a glittering tower high above the urban decay, an ascendant U.S. Senator is found dead—an apparent, yet inexplicable, suicide. And i... more
  • Children of Semyaza (The Ambler Accounts Book 1)

    by Kevin C. Noel

    Everybody hates Garrick. 
    Garrick is a stoic teenager in 1950s New England who is constantly plagued by panic attacks brought on by peculiar dreams of a 15th century Lithuanian noble called Volant Kesgaila. 
    He struggles with the changing moods of an alcoholic father and bullying at school. At the center of all his woes is his cousin, Celina, who uses her peculiar influence over people to make his life a living hell. 
    This all changes when Garrick is approached b... more

  • Your First Dungeon: A Beginner's Guide

    by Alexander Paiz
    Influenced by the world of pen and paper role-playing games and magical fantasy, join a group of young children as they learn just the right way to explore for the very first time. Good manners, snacks, and some patience are just a few of the things they'll need to get to the treasure deep within.
  • Science Fiction Films of The 20th Century - The 1940s

    by Theresa M. Moore
    A collection of essays by the author about films which were important to pop culture and the genre. The chronology includes all science fiction films from 1940 to 1949. Each essay includes a complete plot synopsis, additional analyses and notes, anecdotal information and data, where possible; since some films have been lost. Each has been selected for addition to this volume based on the author's experience as a fan of science fiction and a film critic. Some of the films may seem like cheaply ma... more
  • Science Fiction Films of The 20th Century - The Early Years

    by Theresa M. Moore
    A collection of essays by the author about films which are important to pop culture and the science fiction genre. The chronology includes all science fiction films of the period 1900 to 1939. Each essay includes a complete plot synopsis, additional analyses and notes, anecdotal information and data, where possible; since some films have been lost. Each film has been selected for addition to this volume based on the author's experience as a fan of science fiction and a film critic. Some of the f... more
  • The Most Important Science Fiction Films of The 20th Century - Volume 3

    by Theresa M. Moore
    A collection of essays by the author about films which were important to pop culture and the science fiction genre. Each essay includes a complete plot synopsis, additional analyses and notes, anecdotal information and data about each production. Each film has been selected for addition to this volume based on the author's experience as a fan of science fiction and a film critic. Some of the films listed may seem like cheaply made popcorn thrillers but when seen for their themes and impact they ... more
  • The Most Important Science Fiction Films of The 20th Century - Volume 2

    by Theresa M. Moore
    A collection of essays by the author about films which were important to pop culture and the science fiction genre. Each essay includes a complete plot synopsis, additional analyses and notes, anecdotal information and data about each production. Each film has been selected for addition to this volume based on the author's experience as a fan of science fiction and a film critic. Some of the films listed may seem like cheaply made popcorn thrillers but when seen for their themes and impact they ... more

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