Book 1 of the Nanotech Succession
by Linda Nagata
$5.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-0-9831100-1-9
An award-winning novel of nanotechnology, adventure, and high-tech revolution.
Nanotechnology saturates the world. It makes possible glittering orbital cities. But strict laws regulate its use, and death follows for those caught in violation. The threat of death means little though, to a man already condemned to die. Nikko–post human, genetically engineered to survive in space, and desperate to escape his fate–steals a forbidden nanomachine. But the theft goes awry and the nanomachine escapes into the wild–igniting a desperate race to contain it before the definition of “human” changes for all time.
A book in the Stonefort Stories series
by James A. Hetley
$3.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-409-3
Eight years ago, Dennis Carlsson returned from Vietnam with a chest full of medals, a head full of nightmares, and a plastic foot. Now he just wants the world to leave him alone on his isolated point of Maine coast, caring for injured animals and living as simply as he can.
However, both real and spirit worlds have other plans for his guardian strength. His nightmares have followed him home in a face from those memories, wildlife biologist Susan Tranh — prickly as a porcupine and with some strange bond to eagles, stalked by criminals for no reason she can see.
by Sara Stamey
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-375-1
Romantic suspense and adventure: “Welcome to Paradise,” archeologist Susan Dunne hears on arrival at the Caribbean island to research petroglyphs and solve the mystery of her brother’s drowning. Was John murdered? This sunny tourist paradise conceals shadowy secrets—violent native unrest, sunken treasure, and a bloodthirsty cult masquerading as Voodoo.
Despite threats, Susan literally dives into her investigation of the sunken treasure ship where John drowned. To find the truth, she must work with her number one suspect—Vic Manden, the troubled combat veteran who worked the site with John. Attracted to the unpredictable Manden, Susan is soon in over her head.
by Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff
When one sees eternity in things that pass away and infinity in finite things, then one has pure knowledge. But if one mrerly sees the diversity of things then one has impure knowledge. And if one selfishly sees a thing as if it were everything, independent of the ONE and the many, then one is in the darkness of ignorance. — Krishna, Bhagavad Gita 18:20-22
Northern Lights Book 2
by Chaz Brenchley
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-064-4
Ben’s back—and this time he means business. Family business…
Benedict Macallan, wonder-worker malgré lui, has travelled the length and breadth of Europe since the events of Dead of Light, and still discovered no family like his own. Maybe Macallan blood really is a biological sport, a freak of evolution.
What Ben does discover is that he can’t escape his birthright.
by Linda Nagata
$5.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-0-9831100-6-4
Survive long enough, and strangeness becomes cliché.
Virgil Copeland, Randall Panwar, and Gabrielle Villanti are all brilliant young biotechnologists, working together on an artificial life-form affectionately known as “LOVs,” an acronym for Limit Of Vision, because in size LOVs are just at the boundary of what the human eye can easily see. LOVs contain bioengineered human neurons. They enhance brain function when implanted in test animals. Experimentation on humans is, of course, highly illegal.
by Dave Smeds
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-416-1
Dennis Short thought his tour of duty was over…
…but now he has stepped into another war.
Short, a Navy medical corpsman stationed in Hawaii after his ordeal in Vietnam, is looking forward to his two-week excursion to the island of Kahoolawe. He’s there as the medic for a team of forward observers whose job is to coordinate the bombing, strafing, and shelling of the island’s massive target ranges.
by Linda Nagata
$6.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-937197-14-8
“…an amazing novel… The Red: First Light is a dark, intelligent, cynical take on military SF. It’s an excellent novel that deserves a much larger audience.” —Stefan Raets, Tor.com
There Needs to Be a War Going on Somewhere: Lieutenant James Shelley commands a high-tech squad of soldiers in a rural district within the African Sahel. They hunt insurgents each night on a harrowing patrol, guided by three simple goals: protect civilians, kill the enemy, and stay alive—because in a for-profit war manufactured by the defense industry there can be no cause worth dying for. To keep his soldiers safe, Shelley uses every high-tech asset available to him—but his best weapon is a flawless sense of imminent danger . . . as if God is with him, whispering warnings in his ear. Hazard Notice: contains military grade profanity.
An Out-of-Body Thriller
by Chris Dolley
$3.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-067-5
“Heart-pounding suspense and an inventive twist of science fiction” – SciFiChick.
A serial killer with multiple personalities. An astronaut who returns from higher dimensional space a changed man. And two unlikely detectives who have to get inside the mind of a killer … literally. That’s Shift – an eleven-dimensional murder mystery with a touch of out-of-body horror.