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Slave Ship of Space

by Tara Loughead

Gerald’s political enemy asks for help, a request she can’t refuse. The Senator’s party girl niece is missing, and she wants her back. Bulays and Ghaavn are undercover again, but this time they are the...

Delicate Spring Flowers

by Stephen W. Cote

The winter of apocalypse has passed and love is in the air. A woman inexperienced in the ways of romance loses her fiancé and must set out to find another boyfriend. As her biological clock ticks down she hurries...

The Ghosts of Earth

by Paul Dore

The Ghosts of Earth is the first book of the Truthfarer series, which describes the beginnings of a universe - the origins of space and time, and of consciousness itself. These cataclysmic events set in train...

Incursio (Oolite Saga Part 3)

by Drew Wagar

When a deadly alien attack is launched across the galaxy, humankind finds itself under-prepared and overwhelmed. As star systems begin to fall, privateers take up the battle alongside the military forces and...

Renegade Robot

by Tom Lichtenberg

It's the end of the world as we know it, when the dreaded Singularity finally occurs and happens to be captured, live on tape, by agents of the Frantic News Network, which freaks out, as usual, and causes a...

Iris

by Norman Crane

Iris is an epic science fiction book about love. It's not written by a best-selling author and it hasn't topped any sales charts. But the reason for that is simple: this page doesn't actually exist yet. If you...

Time Management for Mercenaries

by Dai Alanye

Are you disillusioned with today's world, or is your future bleak? Do you hanker for the simpler times of the past? If that's the case, how do Travel, Adventure and Good Pay sound to you? Merely answer a couple...

A Princess of Mars Rethroned

by Edna Rice Burroughs

A Joan Carter of Mars story. When Virginian Captain Joan Carter is strangely transported to the red planet, Mars, she must learn a new way of life, and a new way to love, with Dejar Thoris, Prince of Helium....

Wolf Woman of Luna

by Tara Loughead

Ghaavn asks Hannah Kang out – to go werewolf hunting with Bulays on the Moon, just out from Zevon City. Can the relationship between a man’s man and a woman’s woman work, when one is a secret agent superhero,...

Unwritten Rules of Impossible Things

by Tom Lichtenberg

What if someone - or something - stole one of your days? Just one, and you didn't know why, or what they had done with your life in that time? Young Philip Galvez and his friend Marcus Holmes found out for themselves...

The Hidden Realm - the full version

by Adrian Kyte

The full version of The Hidden Realm. Gerrid Lytum believes he has found a new way of finding freedom, a place of endless expanse – and fantasy – that can be entered with a single command. A secret cabal...

The Hand of God

by George McNeur

A hint of Sci-Fi and religious philosophy lie behind this story of modern Hi-Tech business interrupted by a terrorist bomb... Jim is about to find out that life isn't always fair during a regular business trip...

ThunderSnow

by Cindy Borgne

Marla goes snowmobiling during a strange snowstorm in April. She finds something unexpected in the woods.

Casualties of War

by Bennett R. Coles

No-one ever said coming home was easy… With a colonial rebellion put down, the veterans of Expeditionary Force 15 can return to Earth. But the welcome they may have expected isn’t waiting for them. Finding...

Majesty's Offspring (Book 1)

by AJ Vega

“In the end, it was our children that saved us. They sacrificed themselves to stop that bitch from having children of her own.” --General Hugo Valdez United Earth Parliament (UEP) Planetary Infantry Corps...

The End...

by BoredTech

One man will discover what it is truly like to be created in God's image. He will have the help of a mentor and teacher. He will denounce God. He will slaughter many...

Virtues of War

by Bennett R. Coles

irtues of War offers a glimpse of humanity’s possible future, of our expansion into space and the cultural and emotional baggage that we will take with us. Within an action-packed, high-tech setting with cutting...

Strange Carnivorous Flowers From Outer Space

by Matthew Vandrew

Do you know what is worse than your boyfriend meeting your parents? Him meeting all your family including drunk aunt and adolescent cousin. Oh, and your boyfriend is an alien. This can't possibly go well, can...

A Moth on the Moon

by Michael Graeme

Most people - except the conspiracy theorists - know the United States landed a man on the moon in 1969. What's less well known however, is that the British beat them to it, in 1947.

Continuation

by CD Clement

So I died, and to be totally honest with you it was a lot more painful than I had expected. A hell of a lot more painful. But then again I am fairly sure that you are not supposed to remember the actual death...