by Jay Allan

Erik Cain joined the marines to get off death row. The deal was simple; enlist to fight in space and he would be pardoned for all his crimes. As he rises through the ranks he finally finds a home, first with the marines who fight at his side and later among the colonists, Erik begins to wonder. Is he fighting the right war? Who is the real enemy?

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Category: Science Fiction – Military


Theoclea (The Delphic Oracle) and Pythagoras in Eleusis and Atlantis

by PanOrpheus

This is a book about ‘seeing’ and ‘knowing’ as exemplified in the archetypical characters of the title. We meet Theoclea as a child, as she experiences her first vision ‘seeing’ of the future. Pythagoras as the archetypical Scientist-Mathematician ‘knows’ things. The book moves on to a time when she has become The Delphic Oracle and gives the speech of a lifetime to a huge crowd before the Mysteries of Eleusis begin. The second part of the book moves on as Theoclea and her friends–her teacher, Pythagoras; Vorios the Magician; Morain, her Counselor, and Panelle, her Guardian/Protector get to ‘see and know’ Atlantis. In the end, we have been to Atlantis as well, witnessed the destruction, and the revelations that the characters give to us. A gift from ancient times.

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Category: Fantasy – Historical


The Firelord’s Crown

by Dee Harrison

Raethwin, the Red Witch, perhaps the greatest sorceress of her era. She sought to save her world, instead she doomed it. The Firelord’s Crown, source of her untold power. It brought about the impending disaster but Tamilin, Master Healer and Seer, believes it might also prove their salvation. There’s just one problem. Two thousand years ago Raethwin’s six companions fled when their homeland was destroyed and divided the Firelord’s Crown between them.
Five made it to safety – the sixth ship and its precious heirloom vanished. Tamilin believes that it may lie far in the uncharted north and dispatches an expedition in search of it. Airen, a young healer and lone survivor of the venture, reaches the land called Dinith, where he hopes to find the lost piece. Dinith, however, is a land in turmoil. Magic is forbidden, the glories of the past forgotten. Airen and his quest are not welcome…

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Category: Fantasy – Epic


Red Gambit

by Luke R. Mitchell

End of the world considered, Jarek was having a pretty good day.

Sure, there was the harrowing famine. The bloodthirsty aliens. The equally bloodthirsty marauders…

Okay. So times were tough. But he survived Earth’s invasion. He had his ship. He had his prized exosuit.

Until those red-eyed pricks stole it…

Now, he’ll stop at nothing to get it back.

The only problem? His sole lead is imprisoned in an alien stronghold. And when a blonde arcanist named Rachel shows up, throwing around grown men with telekinesis and staking claim over the same prisoner, Jarek has little room to argue. Not when teaming up may be the only way to get out alive.

One thing’s for certain: Jarek didn’t sign up for this crap. And neither did his fiery new friend. But together, they might just be strong enough to pull it off.

Assuming they don’t kill each other first…

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Category: Science Fiction – Adventure

Hell to Pay

by Luke R. Mitchell

It all went off without a hitch.

Okay, so there were hitches. Lots of hitches. But Jarek got his exosuit back, and…

Hey, wait a second.

You don’t want to read a bunch of spoilers, do you?

Suffice it to say, that stupid alien egg was not full of candy.

Now, [REDACTED] is in a coma, and our heroes have a tight-lipped raknoth telling them some fresh new hell is about to rain down on their heads—one that gives even the raknoth nightmares.

And that’s when the strange ship shows up…

No one knows where it came from. Only that it seems to be looking for something. And when it turns out that that “something” might be Rachel and that the ship’s mysterious crew are harboring secrets about her mom’s disappearance and the raknoth themselves… Well, it’s safe to say their day’s not about to get any less complicated.

And one way or another, there’s going to be hell to pay.

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Demon Princess

by Kassandra Lynn

She was supposed to be crowned Demon King. She got summoned into enemy territory instead.

With her father gone and her brother missing, Demon Princess Adriana has to assume the throne, temporarily becoming the Demon King. The procession is underway, and the princess is nervous yet determined, until the unthinkable happens and she is summoned.

Aldric, a mage-in-training, has summoned the princess into the human kingdom. Now trapped, Adriana must hide her identity and escape before she loses her life in the hands of her mortal enemies.

Demon Princess is the first book in Demon Kingdom Fairy Tales series for fans of sword and sorcery epic fantasy and forbidden love romantic fantasy.

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Category: Fantasy – Sword & Sorcery


The Orphan Ship Trilogy

by Sterling R. Walker

The Orphan Ship series boxed set, containing The Orphan Ship, The Lost Sheep, and The Last Orphan. Stranded 225 million kilometers from home on Mars Station, cousins Jake O’Brien and Lorina Murphy are drawn into a fledgling effort to help the hundreds of abandoned street children who call the station home. Jake becomes a medical apprentice in an outreach clinic, while Lorina volunteers at a juvenile shelter. They soon discover that their efforts may be in vain because something much more serious than poverty plagues Mars Station. Also stranded on Mars Station, ship’s captain Danae Shepherd faces the difficult task of hiring replacement crew after an alien virus claims the lives of four in her employ, including her husband. She stumbles upon the same problem that has Jake and Lorina stumped: why are homeless children disappearing without a trace?

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Category: Science Fiction – Post-Apocalyptic


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