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    by A.W. Karen

    From a young age, studying to become a space cadet is all Maci Layton has known - it's all every kid has known. Society demands children do nothing but prepare for a future in space, even though a select few are actually chosen to be space cadets. Despite this, no one protests or pushes for change. Everything seems peaceful, everyone content.

    But unflinching order comes with a cost.

    Maci's story offers an intimate look into the mind of someone struggling to come to terms with thei... more

  • Free Week: E. R. T. Prequel (Elite Rescue Troopers)

    by Frankie Ingram
    15 year olds, unlimited money, and a killer family legacy make for a dangerous good time. Twins Kyndra and Kimani have just been accepted to the Elite Rescue Academy, the most prestigious school in the solar system. Both of their parents graduated from the same academy, leaving a lofty legacy for their children to live up to. Before they report to Unity Space Station, the twins get a free week to explore the hot spots of Earth, the moon, and beyond, all on the government’s dime. When the twin... more
  • Longevity

    by Caleb Smith
    Alastair Ramsden was barely twelve years old when he witnessed the brutal death of his father. Growing up orphaned during the Scottish War of Independence, Alastair struggled to survive. The only place he knew to save him was an old oak tree in the middle of an upland field where he gained the ability to cross over into the 4th-dimensional elemental kingdom of Akasha. It was there he first connected with elementals of the sun, who helped him on his way to self-discovery. The Divine Queen Moth... more
  • Holier Than Thou

    by Nick Jameson
    “A special work of philosophical fiction rich in hidden meaning. Not for the average fantasy reader, this one will challenge you, offering buried treasure to those willing and able to dig it up.” - Jackie Kennedy, FirstLadyReads Alex is the black sheep in The Barnes Clan, a Christian community concealed in the Blue Ridge mountains near Salem, VA, dedicated to a simple, godly life. He was born an outsider, reads the wrong things, wants to write about non-religious spirituality, thinks, like... more
  • Of Fangs and Shadows

    by Jessica J Ayala


    The city is at war. Daemons haunt the mortal realm, and the wolves of Rome have been called to battle.

    Remus, known throughout the Empire as the Lone Wolf, lives a life of solitude, drowning the griefs of his past by hunting those who have ruined him. An unexpected turn of events throws Remus into the crosshairs of the Roman Pack.

    Diane is a warrior of the Pack. One of the strongest she-wolves who can control the aether of her godsgiven bloodline. Something reawakens i... more

  • Allaigna's Song: Chorale

    by JM Landels
    In the six years since Allaigna left home, killed her betrothed, and joined the Brandishear Rangers, she has hidden her family name and her ability to sing music into magic. Confronted with the dire implications of her grandfather’s exploration into long-forbidden arcana, Allaigna must swallow her pride and summon her courage to return home with the ashes of her cousin to prevent yet another war, or worse, an arcane catastrophe to rival that of the legendary Cataclysm. The Allaigna’s Song tri... more
  • The Little Queen

    by Kevin Hincker

    In this exciting tale of speculative fiction, a mysterious research facility, breeding a single line of honeybee queens down ten thousand generations, finally succeeds in its mission: creating hive sentience. But when the Little Queen gains self awareness and realizes she is imprisoned, she executes a daring escape, which nearly kills her. In doing it, she changes the trajectory of a small mountain town, and the life of Anthony, the boy who rescues her. Anthony is a Keeper. From his mother he... more

  • Obscure Reflections at Dawn

    by Jack Clubb
    Obscure Reflections at Dawn By Jack Clubb An artist wakes up from his dreamy world to find himself lost in a dungeon like chamber, just to be pulled away into another reality. The only answers available are in the cryptic clues left by the previous occupant, a dead man reclining in a chair. Events shift to a woman who is renovating an old opera house in St.Louis, but something is lurking from the shadows. One night after finishing violin practice, someone starts clapping, but she’s alone... more
  • Rayla vs. The Machine

    by Tatjana Saunders
    From the backup logs of Rayla Fields Date: 2137 AD, Month 6 Location: Earth, Midwestern United States, exact geo-tag unknown It seems that people were fascinated with speculating on how society would crumble. Would it be zombies, natural disaster, climate change, aliens, revolt of the machines, collapse of the machines, or some type of rapture or asteroid that comes instantly? Well, it ended up being almost all of those things. However, it didn’t happen quickly. It didn’t happen like so... more
  • A Monster for Meg

    by Lois Wickstrom
    Monsters are Scary. Meg doesn't understand why. She's blind. Meg's big sister tries to explain why using senses other that sight. But every time, Meg interprets the scary monster as something her big sister has done, like bump her head in their secret fort, or lick her fingers sticky with peanut butter, or drool over strawberry smoothies. In the end the best things about monsters is they are a reason for the big sister to wrap her arms around Meg give her a monster hug. Could you scare Meg?
  • One Giant Leap

    by Ben Gartner
    “I'm pretty sure I'm about to die in space. And I just turned twelve and a half.” Blast off with the four winners of the StellarKid Project on a trip to the International Space Station and then to the Gateway outpost orbiting the Moon! It's a dream come true until space junk collides with the ISS, turning their epic trip into a nightmare of survival. Alone aboard the Aether starship, the kids have to work as a team to save the adults before the ISS is destroyed. Suit up, cadet, and launch into ... more
  • Nova Sapiens: The Believers

    by David J A Cooper
    Kasih is a robotic child drawn into a project to discover her secrets, and into a war that threatens all humanity, including her own. The murder of her family leaves nobody else to explain her design but her. How much humanity does she really have? Is she an extinction-level technology? Can she save her human friends from the army of killing machines based on her own design?
  • Replacement

    by Jordan Rivet
    Jane is a leftover clone. Created for an unknown purpose, then abandoned at a rundown facility outside Grid City, she has a knack for trouble and a burning desire to find out why she was made. When a powerful tycoon hires her to replace his son Isaac’s best friend, a girl from the same clone batch as her, Jane jumps at the chance to finally get some answers. All she has to do is convince the charming Isaac that his friend is still alive, without getting too close to him. Stepping into someone... more
  • Zaldizko

    by Veronica Purcell

    "I'll find a way to save my brother. Do whatever the hell you want. I'm stealing your guns."

    Famine is a man determined to save his three brothers after they were tragically separated when a magical fire destroyed their monastery home. He finds himself in a foreign city called Apocalypse. There he falls in with the Evadale Knight Order security group, which guards the Hell's Labyrinth prison facility. The prison's system goes haywire upon his arrival.<... more

  • Black Star Heart: Applicant

    by Veronica Purcell
    Going against his father's wishes. Leon Brackshaw enrolled in the Eolas Martial Warrior Academy. A warrior Applicant aiming to enter the Eolas Sect as an Apprentice Spirit Swordsman. He meets Anri Eaton, a wealthy lord's son. Meaning is given to his definition of a martial warrior’s heart. Leon’s martial arts path is tested with fierce monster battles and assassination attempts. He becomes the focus of a secret society due to his inherited sword art. The odds continue to stack against him,... more
  • Percivious Escape

    by JJ & AJ Cook
    Who will survive when the future can only be saved by the past?   A vicious insomnia pandemic devolves into a devastating apocalypse, and humanity teeters on the brink of extinction in the thrilling final instalment of the Percivious Trilogy, Percivious: Escape.   Emerging from the dark side of the moon, the HELIX and its crew embark on a final effort to save the last of their species—and ours.

An unexpected alliance forms between humans and the XYZ—Earth’s first intelligent hominid species—to ... more