• Adventure
      January 2011

      The Eden Paradox

      by Barry Kirwan

      A murder... a new planet mankind desperately needs... a thousand-year old conspiracy... What really awaits us on Eden? In a world beset by political turmoil, environmental collapse, and a predatory new religion, a recently discovered planet, Eden, is our last hope. But two missions have already failed to return. Blake and his crew lead the final attempt to bring back good news. Meanwhile back on Earth, Eden Mission analyst Micah Sanderson evades assassins, and tries to work out who he can trust, as he struggles in a race against time to unravel the Eden Paradox.

    • Adventure
      January 2012

      Eden's Trial

      by Barry Kirwan

      First contact did not go well. Survivors are fleeing Earth, into a hostile galaxy where alien intelligence and weaponry rule. Can a deserted planet offer refuge? Or will the genetically engineered Alicians finish the job started on Eden? While Blake fends off attacks, Micah seeks allies, but his plan backfires, and humanity finds itself on trial for its very right to exist.This stunning sequel to The Eden Paradox launches us into political intrigue and an intergalactic war of survival.

    • Adventure
      November 2013

      Eden's Revenge

      by Barry Kirwan

      After eighteen years, the quarantine that has protected humanity's survivors on the planet Esperia is about to end. Mankind won't stand a chance without external help. Yet in the middle of a galactic war, who is concerned about one small planet when worlds fall every day? Eden's Revenge is the heart-stopping third episode in the Eden Saga.

    • Fiction

      A Pale Horse

      Marc Everitt

      by Marc Everitt

      In the far future, humankind has left a destroyed Earth behind. No one misses the Earth; it's location a mystery and its existence beginning to be considered a myth. Until rumours spread that something unbelievable, miraculous and valuable beyond compare is there. Those in charge want it, and an official mission to recover the Kamilifu mtoto of legend is launched, but they are not the only ones in the hunt. Criminals, mercenaries and hired killers converge on the dead home world. But is Earth as dead as they think? And are humans the only one searching?

    • Fiction

      The Dead Earth

      Book 2 Days of Entropy Series

      by Marc Everitt

      The human factions have gathered on Old Earth and the hunt is underway for the person who can change the fate of the rest of the species. As the future hangs in the balance, much that was hidden about the past will come to light, and not just for the people involved in the search. Is anyone whom they appear to be and are their motives as clear as they say? With alien forces of immense power challenging the best that Mankind can bring to bear, will any of the searchers be able to survive to celebrate their find?

    • Fiction

      The Chains We Forge

      Book 3 Days of Entropy Series

      by Marc Everitt

      With time running out to find the man who can save the human race and the forces of the colonial expanse under attack from alien vessels, it becomes clear that Kyle and his mercenary crew have taken the wrong job this time. Bowman has problems of her own as not all her crew are what they seem. As the hidden history of civilisation on Earth comes to light and the miracle they have all been looking for is finally found, people thought long dead are revealed and the future of the human race is decided.

    • Horror & ghost stories
      May 2011

      The Dying of the Light: End

      by Jason Kristopher (author)

      The zombie apocalypse isn't coming,it's already here. “I didn't see Rebecca die the second time.” The United States military hides a secret: the completely real existence of one-bite-and-you're-dead zombies. An elite Special Forces unit has known they exist for over a hundred years, and has been quietly and expertly keeping the monsters at bay… until now. The sole survivor of the massacre at Fall Creek joins this elite unit to combat the single greatest threat our world has ever known. Even as victories over the walkers mount, true evil still lurks in the hearts of men, and at the last, only a brave few may survive.

    • Space opera
      December 2011

      Aristeia: Revolutionary Right

      by Wayne Basta (author)

      A former naval starfighter pilot, Maarkean Ocaitchi once fought to protect the Alliance and its principles of freedom and democracy, but his sister's rebellious past forced them both into a life of smuggling. He nevertheless refuses to believe her assertions that the whole system is corrupt... until she is arrested and condemned to death as a traitor. Now, Maarkean must decide where his loyalty lies, and will either spark a rebellion or help crush the spirit of democracy once and for all. The experience will challenge everything he thinks he knows about resistance, loyalty, and friendship.

    • Space opera
      June 2012

      Aristeia: A Little Rebellion

      by Wayne Basta (author)

      "I like a little rebellion now and then...The spirit of resistance to government is so valuable that I wish it to be always kept alive. It will often be exercised when wrong, but better so than not to be exercised at all." -Thomas Jefferson Unlike her brother, Saracasi Ocaitchi has always known that her loyalties belong to the ideals of freedom and democracy, not the government of the Alliance, and that protecting those ideals would require a fight. But now that the rebellion she has dreamed about has finally begun, she must come to terms with what that truly means: for herself, for her brother, and for all of the people who will die in the coming war.

    • Horror & ghost stories
      January 2013

      The Dying of the Light: Interval

      by Jason Kristopher (author)

      Becoming a zombie was much more painful than he had expected. The world has ended, and the few who are left struggle to survive. They had hoped that the worst thing they would have to deal with in this new world would be the walkers, come to rip and devour. They were wrong. There are worse things than zombies. Those once thought safely sheltered in massive bunkers are under ceaseless attack, have gone dark—or worse. Meanwhile, thousands of miles away, marooned on the desert ice of Antarctica, a dwindling group of scientists fend off starvation. David Blake and the remnants of the US military launch a desperate rescue mission to bring them back; among them, the one scientist who has the knowledge that could save the human race.

    • Classic science fiction
      April 2013

      Spindown

      by George Wright Padgett (author)

      For over a hundred and fifty years, the rarest and most valuable substance in the solar system has been mined from the only location where it exists in significant quantity: Jupiter's largest moon, Ganymede. For all of this time, the remote mining outpost has been serviced by clone slaves who are drugged into mindlessness, and all of it has been monitored, controlled, and administered by the artificial intelligence known as Prinox. But what happens when a failed rescue mission causes a small band of escaped clones to begin questioning their lives, their society, and their very existence? Hunted by deadly killing machines, confused and scared, these renegade slaves are about to find out—for better or worse—just what it means to be human.

    • Space opera
      June 2013

      Aristeia: Tree of Liberty

      by Wayne Basta (author)

      Zeric Dustlighter has been a soldier his entire adult life. Give him a gun and tell him who to shoot, and he'll get the job done. He always knew he was never cut out to be in command. But now, cut off and trapped behind enemy lines, Zeric faces his worst nightmare: the fate of thousands of lives—and possibly the entire Union—is in his hands.

    • Horror & ghost stories
      August 2013

      Fallen Is Babylon

      by Michael Wentela (author)

      Vann Arnett may be the last man to survive the end of civilization, unchanged by the plague that brought about The Collapse. For him, life is a daily battle not only to stay alive, but also to keep from going crazy. So when his carefully structured world is turned upside down by a force of outsiders beyond his control, his fight for sanity takes a backseat to that of survival. In a world populated by the dead, the crazy, and the murderous, what can one sane man do?

    • Science fiction
      February 2015

      The Year of the Hydra

      by William Broughton Burt (author)

      Could a dark agenda be woven into the architecture of China’s most sacred ancient temple? An agenda that only Julian Mancer is seeing? Or is Julian off his meds again? If the structure were in fact a doomsday device awaiting an astronomical tripwire—could Julian stop it? Julian is determined to discover the answer, as soon as he concludes a far more pressing matter involving a sixteen-year-old girl with a most intriguing mutation.

    • Science fiction
      May 2015

      Absence of Mind

      by H. C. H. Ritz (author)

      It's 2034, and society is dominated by technology and almost bankrupt of direct human contact. Phoebe Bernhart is a nurse in the "neuro ward" at Grady Hospital in Atlanta when her youngest brother becomes one of the first victims of what is soon dubbed Hyper-Aggression Disorder. When Phoebe suspects a technological cause, her strange, beautiful, antisocial new acquaintance, Mila Bremer, a software engineer, agrees to help. Mila may be part of the cure… or she may be the cause… or maybe she'll prove to be indifferent to the fates of thousands of people, including Phoebe's brother.

    • Space opera
      May 2012

      First Admiral

      by William J. Benning

      Over 4,000 copies sold It’s not easy being an ordinary teenager leading a hazardous and exciting double life. The Garmaurians, the most advanced species in the universe, wiped themselves out with a bio-weapon in a senseless civil war. And, in a desperate attempt to protect the secret of the potentially dangerous Trion technology - the ability to manipulate the fundamental particle of the universe - their leader sends one last covert mission to Earth. The mission goes horribly wrong, leaving Billy Caudwell; an overweight, acne-scarred 14 year old, with the Mind Profile of a military genius, a huge battle fleet and a mission to unite the intelligent species of the universe in a Universal Alliance. With people to rescue, space fleets to battle and villains to defeat, Billy has to overcome his own inhibitions, insecurities and a vicious bully before he can start saving the universe. Welcome, dear readers, to the exciting universe of First Admiral.

    • Space opera
      September 2012

      The Burning Sun

      by William J. Benning

      The adventure continues for Billy Caudwell, the teenage First Admiral of the Universal Alliance Fleet. The Bardomil Empress, eager to avenge the defeat of her Imperial Fleet at the hands of Billy Caudwell, acquires a weapon that can generate super-charged solar flares and incinerate entire planets. Having tested the weapon, the Empress discovers a strategic territorial weakness in Billy's Alliance and launches the solar flare weapon at Planet Earth as a diversion to a full-scale assault on the Alliance. Billy Caudwell, still trying to stay on top of his dangerous double life, now has to protect Earth and save the Alliance from annihilation. And, as if that’s not enough, Billy also has girl troubles!

    • Space opera
      August 2013

      The Ganthoran Gambit

      by William J. Benning

      Billy Caudwell, the teenage First Admiral of the Universal Alliance Fleet, has successfully completed the Time Warrior Ritual and stands as Emperor-elect of the Ganthoran Empire. However, he has little time to savour his triumph. Even as Billy emerges from the Time Warrior Arena, the four remaining Frontier Fleets have mutinied against him under the influence of a mysterious and anonymous shadow Emperor. A sociopathic Frontier Fleet General has occupied the Empire’s capital city, wreaking a terrible vengeance upon his enemies and the civilian population. With the shattered remains of a Frontier Fleet and a weakened Alliance contingent, Billy Caudwell has to take the biggest gamble of his life. With the fate of an empire at stake, Billy has to risk everything to prevent decades of war and bloodshed.

    • Space opera
      July 2015

      The Master of Muscigny

      by William J. Benning

      2,000 years ago, an alien experiment to transport an intact planet Earth went horribly wrong. A duplicate Earth – Codenamed GEMINUS – was created and cast off into outer space. Frozen in time for nearly 8 centuries, GEMINUS was shielded from the rest of reality – until a freak accidental gap in spacetime caused the Star Cruiser Aquarius to crash on the lost planet. Trapped in the brutal world of the 12th century Holy Land, Billy Caudwell the teenage First Admiral, must repair the Aquarius and rebuild the derelict estate of Muscigny. However, an ambitious Templar Knight hatches a savage plan to depose the rightful King of Jerusalem and establish a new, entirely Christian kingdom by slaughtering every Jew and Muslim in the land. Billy must decide how to battle the renegade Templars and stop them from massacring thousands of innocent people.

    • Space opera
      May 2013

      Time Commander

      by William J. Benning

      The third installment in the exciting First Admiral Series, Time Commander follows the continuing adventures of Billy Caudwell; the teenage First Admiral of the Universal Alliance Fleet as he strives to prevent a long, protracted and bloody war with the Ganthorans. Having defeated a Ganthoran Frontier Fleet General in battle, Billy Caudwell must undertake the dangerous 'Time Warrior Ritual'. In the ritual, Billy has to re-fight (and win) a major battle, that in the history of his species was lost - and in which the losing Commander was killed. To prevent years, possibly decades, of costly warfare, Billy must complete the ritual and claim the Crystal Throne of Ganthus. If Billy completes the challenge, he will become the Emperor of the Ganthorans. If he fails, he will die on a historical battlefield from Earth's past. Sinister powerful and xenophobic forces among the Ganthoran aristocracy and military are ranged against Billy, determined to prevent an alien claiming the Crystal Throne. Can Billy survive the challenge and avert a brutal and costly war?

    Subscribe to our newsletter