• 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. &ldquo;I didn't see Rebecca die the second time.&rdquo; </p&g

    • Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
      July 2015

      The Bookshop Hotel

      by A. K. Klemm (author)

      "The Bookshop Hotel took a deep breath... For so long, the building had longed for heavy hearts to grow light and for weary souls to find laughter." Returning to her

    • 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

    • 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."

    • Biography & True Stories
      July 2012

      Lunch with Charlotte

      by Leon Berger (author)

      NEW 2ND EDITION WITH PHOTO ARCHIVETHE TRUE SAGA OF AN EXTRAORDINARY WOMAN, SET AGAINST THE BACKDROP OF HISTORYEvery Friday for the last 25 years of her life, I had lunch with Charlotte and each week she told me

    • 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 wou

    • 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 mi

    • Fantasy & magical realism (Children's/YA)
      April 2013

      Greystone Valley

      by Charlie Brooks (author)

      Greystone Valley is a land of wizards, dragons, and warriors &mdash; and one young girl who ends up there quite by accident when her idle wish is granted. Sarah discovers that not everything

    • Historical fiction
      May 2013

      Beneath Hallowed Ground

      by Steven P. Locklin (author)

      Deceit. Treachery. Treasure. Lieutenant Jackson Prescott, having just survived the cornfield at Antietam in September of 1862, is tasked by President Lincoln to infiltrate a Confederacy group th

    • Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
      June 2013

      Seashells, Gator Bones, and the Church of Everlasting Liability

      Stories from a Small Florida Town in the 1930s

      by Susan Adger (author)

      In the 1930s, the fictional town of Toad Springs, Florida, is filled with the adventures and daily whatnots of worthy, down-to-earth folk such as Flavey Stroudamore, owner of a three-legged gator named Precious who also just happens to have a

    • 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, c

    • 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. &nbs

    • Horror & ghost stories
      November 2014

      Cruel Devices

      by George Wright Padgett (author)

      Renowned horror writer Gavin Curtis is in a rut until he stumbles upon a mysterious typewriter, a forbidden antique that ignites boundless inspiration within him. But everything has its price, and he will soon discover that his talent, charm,

    • Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
      January 2015

      Chickens & Hens

      by Nancy-Gail Burns (author)

      When young Marnie unexpectedly loses her father, her grandmother moves into her home to help her mother and all three women must create a new life together---all while Marnie goes through the trials of adolescence in 1960s small-town America.&

    • Adult & contemporary romance
      February 2015

      The Dearly Departed Dating Service

      by Rae Renzi (author)

      Joy had it all: a promising medical career, a handsome and kind fianc&eacute;, a bright future. Until it all came crashing down in one shattering moment. Two years later, nothing is the same

    • 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&rsquo;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 astronom

    • 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 so

    • Fiction
      April 2016

      A Wing and a Prayer

      by John Morano

      Lupé might be the very last Guadalupe petrel alive, and he knows the best way to save his flock is to find the Islands of Life and a mate. The problem is the well-meaning man-flock that's decided to keep him safe... in a cage. But Lupé ha

    • Fiction
      March 2017

      Makoona

      by John Morano

      Makoona features an introduction by Kathryn Fuller, President of World Wildlife Fund. <spa

    • Fiction
      April 2018

      Out There, Somewhere

      by John Morano

      When Maputa is caught in a fishing net off the coast of the Comoros, neither she nor the fishermen believe she will survive. But rather than meeting the Spirit-fish, the ancient coelacanth finds herself on display as a living fossil at

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