Children of Atlas

by Dustin Porta

In the dome cities of the failed space colony Atlas, mankind has finally clawed its way out of a second dark ages.

Julian Reeves was born in the lawless second ring and left it behind for the budding city state of New-Lexington. Now he’s the lead reporter for the station’s first ever newspaper, printed on an old, movable-type printing press.

When Julian is framed for murder and flees the city with the very man responsible, he will have to put aside his newfound humanity and take up the old ways to survive.

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Category: Science Fiction – Space Opera




by Jenetta Penner

In the future, love will make you a traitor.

120 years after a virus decimated earth’s population the survivors thrive in safety, away from the death and destruction of the Outerbounds. But there is a price. Divided into three levels of intellect, Citizens focus solely on duty.
Due to her advanced intelligence, seventeen-year-old computer genius, Avlyn Lark was separated from her twin brother at birth and raised by adoptive parents. She gained privilege, the ideal future. He died.

But following a string of rebel intrusions on the city, Avlyn receives a cryptic message. After which, she begins seeing visions of her dead twin, not to mention a strange power she doesn’t understand starts to emerge. The mysterious radical who urges Avlyn to join their fight becomes her link to answers. Freedom. Love.

Opportunity calls, but if she says yes will she lose it all?

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Category: Science Fiction – Dystopian



The Last Librarian

by Brandt Legg

“Never let them catch you reading!” In the year 2098, there is no more war, no more hunger and no more pollution. The world is secure and Earth’s 2.9 billion people are healthy and happy. There is also only one remaining library that still houses physical books. In addition to the dusty volumes, the library holds many secrets. But the government has decided to shut it down and burn the contents. Unless an unlikely trio can save the books, humanity will lose more than just what is printed on those antique pages. The impossible task is up to an angry author, a brazen revolutionary and the last librarian. When everything is perfect, the only thing left to fear is the truth.

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Category: Science Fiction – Dystopian



City of Masks

by Ashley Capes

Waking in Anaskar Prison, covered in blood and accused of murder, nobody will listen to Notch’s claims of innocence until he meets the future Protector of the Monarchy, Sofia Falco.

But Sofia has her own burdens. The first female Protector in a hundred years, her House is under threat from enemies within, the prince has made it clear he does not want her services and worst of all, she cannot communicate with her father’s sentient mask of bone, the centuries-old Argeon. Without the bone mask she cannot help anyone — not herself, and certainly not a mercenary with no powerful House to protect him.

Looking for some cloak and dagger to go with your epic fantasy? Then grab a copy of Ashley Capes’ ‘City of Masks’ and join Notch as fights to prove his innocence in a land of cold steel, awe-inspiring magic, and deceit at every turn.

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Category: Fantasy – Epic



Gilded Shadows

by Stephanie J Cress

The citizens in the city of Old Dominion live together in harmony, except for those of mixed race. The Sunfolk Church has decided the Mixed are second-class citizens because they cannot bear children. But through her research, Dela discovers they can, and the church will do anything to keep her quiet. They send an assassin who studies his targets until he finds his own reason to kill. But when it comes to Dela, the he cannot justify her execution. Caught up in Dela’s revolution, he falls in love, and questioning his employers for the first time in his career, the assassin discovers the contract he made is unbreakable and not completing the job will still cost lives – Dela’s and his.

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Category: Fantasy – Epic


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