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Nine

by Drew Wagar

All seasoned space travellers know that there are only eight charts reachable by traditional Galactic Hyperspace jump drives. Does the ninth chart exist? Can it be reached? If so, what’s there? A story of...

Terminator; Reborn

by Ray Daley

As the leader in the human resistance against the machines his name is legend. Almost nothing is harder to kill than a legend. Except.......

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #34

by Silver Age Books

TQF34 features a series of terrific stories, an indulgent editorial, our first ever convention report, and a huge review section: twenty-two books, seven movies, three audio reviews, one comic and one game....

Altered Earth: A Sci Fi Compendium

by Various Authors

A compendium is a concise representation of a larger work. With that in mind, we are happy to present smaller portions of each author's larger work, for your reading pleasure. In this volume, you'll receive...

The Gallifrey Five

by Ray Daley

An ancient craft, long forgotten, adrift alone, sending out a distress call. Simply trying to get back home. Imagine it's surprise when it discovers someone from its homeworld. (Doctor Who fanfic, written under...

A Flash Of Inspiration; A Collection Of Flash Fiction Stories

by Ray Daley

A collection of 28 very different weird & unusual Flash length stories.

Arisen, Book Three - Three Parts Dead (Sample)

by Glynn James & Michael Stephen Fuchs

A world fallen - under a plague of seven billion walking dead A tiny island nation - the last refuge of the living One team - of the world's most elite special operators The dead, these heroes, humanity's last...

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...

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...

Offerings

by Stewart Felkel

Retired, and recently widowed, FBI agent Tommy McCain moves to a small town in Louisiana in search of a missing friend. What he finds is a community of characters who are sometimes quirky and sometimes sinister....

Corporate Intent #4: Missing Syndicate

by Hallett German

This last, longest, and best book of the Corporate Intent series is a fulfilling roller-coaster ride into this dystopian future universe where businesses rule. The book starts with DCRI accused of having wiped...

Jack

by Tom Horn

When he travels back in time, an investigative reporter gets more than he bargains for when he discovers the identity of Jack the Ripper.

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...

Yvala Restirred

by Cathan L. Moore

A Norawest Smith story. An Irishwoman offers Norawest and Yarola a job, and they need the money. The big money is in men, and the most valuable are the otherworldly sirens of the jungle. Beautiful enough to...

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 Man Who Talked to Machines

by Michael Graeme

You have to talk to them, counsel them, mesmerise them into stillness before you set foot anywhere near them. And, though I may not be considered wholly sane, at least I have a reputation for the way I talk...

Distorted Minds

by Ivett Matáncsi & Patrik Horváth

Our book serves a complex purpose – initiates the reader into the world of trust and intimacy, focusing on that life is more delicate if we learn to live without masks. The first part is a kind of theoretical...

The Dome

by Steven Bowman

Will you survive? Will you escape? Will you live to tell the tale? Or will your mind break?

White Thaw: The Helheim Conspiracy

by Paul Mark Tag

Dr. Linda Kipling has had her share of excitement working as a meteorologist with the Naval Research Laboratory. Twice in four years, she and her boss, the arrogant Dr. Victor Silverstein, have faced international...

Recognition

by Ray Daley

Recognition is the best form of identification. Knowing is half the battle. Being able to recognise the signs keep yourself and everyone else alive. Know your enemy.