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  • The Line: Science Fiction and Fantasy Time Travel

    by William Galaini
    Suspended in the nothing between timelines, the station Janus is an unseen marvel: the greatest technological achievement in human innovation. From Janus, Gustavo and his hand-selected team of historians and engineers venture into the past and observe history, unseen and unnoticed. But they are not alone. Another traveler is shattering history. Unhindered by desires to remain scientific and uninvolved, the intruder’s technology is far advanced with methods more brutal and a present more ... more
  • Against Her Other Love (Against Series Book 1)

    by Alan Stroe
    On an island ruled by women, a lonely boy gets an unexpected chance at love, but a callous Casanova ruins it. His friend, Mario, an opponent of the matriarchy regime, attempts to coach him in matters of the heart. He soon realizes his own romantic relationship is in trouble, from the very same cause.
  • Oversight

    by Thomas Claburn
    Disgraced detective Sam Crane would do anything to help his comatose daughter recover. But when he's told to turn a blind eye to the murder of a reclusive scientist, he refuses, seeing his resolve as atonement for failing his family and his colleagues. Sam's determination to persevere endangers his friends, even as it reveals a secret sought by a deluded advertising magnate, a set of look-alike terrorists, and government agents: a way to alter the visible world. If only he could have seen the ... more
  • King Arthur's Sister in Washington's Court

    by Kim Headlee

    Queen Morgan le Fay casts a spell to travel to 1879 Connecticut to take revenge on the Yankee for destroying her world. But the spell misses by 300 miles and 200 years, landing her in Washington, DC of 2079 instead. Whatever is a time-displaced queen of magic and minions to do? Written as though by the old master himself, King Arthur’s Sister in Washington’s Court by Mark Twain as channeled by Kim Iverson Headlee offers laughs, love, and a candid look at American society, popular ... more

  • Rhyonna's Fright

    by Bobbie Kinkead
    Rhyonna's Fright is a storybook for family reading set in an idyllic faery realm of Celtic mythology. Faery Rhyonna, who loves to fly, is the Flying Teacher of the Wee Ones. Only Rhyonna is too hasty with desires, so falls victim to a hideous Zzuf. Her impulsive haste endangers the Tawynee Flyers and Friends who search for her. Rhyonna must escape the horror fluff; even if her wings are damaged. This hideous fluff plans to eat everything she loves.
  • Crossline

    by Russ Colchamiro

    Hotdog pilot Marcus Powell has been chosen to test Taurus Enterprises' prototype craft Crossline and its newly developed warp thrusters. But during the flight something goes incredibly wrong, forcing Powell into a parallel universe.

    Soon after he lands on that strangely altered Earth, Powell reluctantly teams up with a trigger happy rebel leader, a pot-smoking shaman, a crafty pie-maker, and a weary solider who hates his guts -- all to survive an epic battle he may have been destine... more

  • Biomech: Never Speak Their Name (Vol.2)

    by Sarah Alicia Lindquist

    "Never speak Their name. Never leave loose ends."

    Continuing from Biomech Vol.1:

    It's been five months since Ray and the Shadow Box crew were able to stop Xham and help the country of Remore rid itself of most of its corruption. Most.

    In that time though, Ray has come no closer to uncovering the deeper mysteries of his biomech Rezzel and the cydar Sy is no closer to finding his family.

    What's worse is Ray has begun to lose control of his powers, Rezze... more

  • Red Desert - Invisible Enemy

    by Rita Carla Francesca Monticelli
    Mars hasn't always been red. Once it was covered by oceans. It was blue, hospitable, inviting. Then everything changed, but something remained . . . waiting. Third book in the Red Desert series.
  • Recycled

    by Robin Tidwell
    Survival had become a way of life since Co-opComm first launched VADER. Thirteen years had passed, and yet, Abby remained . . . she and the others prevailed where many had surrendered. And died. Abby is tired. Tired of running and hiding. Tired of struggling, tired of fighting. Ultratron has a new secret weapon--a better, improved version. And the government-sponsored company has a new target, a more heinous plan. Traveling to Chicago, the heart of the current regime, they come face-... more
  • Reused

    by Robin Tidwell
    Fiction or prediction? Colonel Barton has been replaced, and the new commander is sending his henchman, Major Blake, to scour the outlying areas and remove any insurgents. Abby and the girls have remained in the cave at the camp, relatively safe for now, but plans are underway to eliminate all of them... for personal reasons, known only to the commander himself. Soon, however, worlds will collide as Captain Alison Hinson is transferred in from Chicago. In spite of her background, Alison i... more
  • Reduced

    by Robin Tidwell
    Fiction or prediction? Meeting at an abandoned summer camp, a dozen old friends gather after the alarm is raised. Life becomes more precious, more tenuous, as time passes. Government controls tighten, people are herded into the city... or killed. Towns are obliterated. And soon, the enemy agenda becomes obvious. Abby will come face-to-face with death, bear the responsibility for a young girl, and endure the severing of childhood relationships in the most terrible ways imaginable. From mer... more
  • The God of Battles: The Gypsy Dreamwalker. Book Two

    by David Menefee

    War is Hell. Especially when it’s a War in Heaven.

    Dr. Angela Cooper, half-Romani psychiatrist and psychic healer, is opening a mental health clinic in Oakland. Specializing in patients with PTSD, she wishes to use her healing talent to make her part of the world a better place. When she meets Simon Fenway, a traumatized war vet, she learns that the world has other ideas.

    “Your power awakens many sleeping things.”

    So warns the spirit of her dead Teacher. So... more

  • Justice Buried

    by Hilary Thompon
    The people need Justice, but she's not listening. One hundred years before, the Great Sickness reduced the world to three cities. Now the community of Asphodel is trapped underground, waiting for the prophesied maiden of Justice to return and save them from their Fates. Sixteen-year-old Astrea is supposed to be this savior - too bad for them she isn't a believer. Trea fights against her false destiny: she rebels against her family and friends, then refuses her arranged marriage to the cha... more
  • The Will of the Stars

    by Joseph Mourgos

    Earth is falling into chaos after the recent battle for the planet (as depicted in "United We Fall".) Armed anti-gravity drones provide security along with shackles (sleeve worn devices that are illegal to remove).

    The only hope for Earth lies in the prospect of joining the galactic community - Inclusion = Great Prosperity, Jobs and trade agreements with alien worlds.

    Some powerful races, however, given our history of violent behavior, threaten not to allow Eart... more

  • Moonlines

    by Efehan Elbi
    Recently dumped and looking for distraction, Lain can't help but answer an online ad searching for a partner in an unclear investigation. She quickly finds herself lost amongst ethereal happenings and pursued by shadows.