Science Fiction

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BRILLIANT

BRILLIANT is a fun adventure about a girl whose superpower is her intelligence and memory, seeking to solve a mystery that takes her out of the make-believe world of Hollywood and into the stars.
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THE DREAMACHINE

A diabetic web designer is intrigued by a dreamachine used by The Beat Generation until he learns of his own dangerous connection to the mind-controlling device.  
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VOICE OF THE ELDERS

VOICE OF THE ELDERS is high-stakes science-fiction suspense.
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THE SEPARATION

THE SEPARATION is a sci-fi dystopia, where government takes babies at birth, educating boys and girls separately for the economic good.
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PHANTOM PACT (The Bearer's Burden)

In a world filled with both medievalism and technology, a mystical warrior sets out on a journey with a princess to reclaim their realm from a terrifying race of dark wraiths from another world. 
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THE MATRIARCH MATRIX

THE MATRIARCH MATRIX is a globe-trotting thriller with hints of sci fi and spirituality.
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THE HOPE STORE

Hope becomes a hot commodity in THE HOPE STORE.
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Fast and furious sci-fi action dominates ESCAPE VELOCITY

When Lieutenant Wyatt Wills gets assigned on a scout mission to planet Juliet, little does he know he'll be soon facing police state, insurgents and telepathic zombies.
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PANTHER ACROSS THE STARS

Native American leader Tecumseh struggles to keep his people from being overwhelmed by the new nation of America - but shipwrecked aliens might hold the key he needs.
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MICROMIUM

Earth is on the brink of a global crisis when a new element found on the surface of Mars promises to revolutionize energy production, but nothing is ever as good as it seems because the company mining the element is hiding a dark secret.
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COUNTER-ZOMBIE WARFARE

An American soldier relates his day-to-day experiences in a secret war against zombies.
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CITY-STATE DARK, a dystopian thriller

In CITY-STATE DARK, a cataclysmic event known as “the Dry” has left Manhattan with a lack of water.
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CHILDREN OF ANOTHER BIBLE

A rogue angel, Kulkuz, having created another race/species of humans, attempts to protect them from her fellow angels and demons, and from their human kin.
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DENVER MOON: THE MINDS OF MARS

Denver Moon is a first generation Mars-born detective. As a monochromatic, she’s immune to the red fever that seems to randomly affect the citizens of Mars City, driving people insane and turning them into bloodthirsty murderers.
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ADA: SOLSTICE VOLITION

ADA: SOLSTICE VOLITION is a riveting YA read that depicts life in the Pacific Northwest decades after a comet crashes into Earth.
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Quantum computing’s “dark side” gets a dash of romance and a sprinkle of gambling addiction in CONSERVATION OF LUCK

Computer Engineering whiz and head-turner Ella Hote never gambled on the fact that her Master’s degree project – the quantum computer she invented – can swing the pendulum of luck and misfortune.
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CETAPIENS

CETAPIENS by S. Amaranthine is the second novel of a trilogy dealing with large-scale science fiction and fantasy concepts in a non-linear narrative that encompasses multiple planes of existence.
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THE VENCELLO

THE VENCELLO blends fantasy and science fiction to tell a tale about loss, redemption, and our desire to right past wrongs by defending the future.
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THE GRIFFIN

A young man is about to propose to his girlfriend, but finds himself skewered by a mythical sword and dragged into great power and great responsibility.
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CITY OF GODS II: THE HORSEMEN

CITY OF GODS II: THE HORSEMEN is the second in a series about a world where the old gods have taken over and are running human communities for their own self-aggrandizing reasons, making war on each other and interfering in human lives often for no better reason than the desire for a few new temples.
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Racial tension jumps through time in THE SELAH BRANCH

A young black woman is sent to conduct medical research in a struggling town in West Virginia, where her preconceived notions of racism in small-town America is both challenged and vindicated.
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KNOWN SHIPPABLE, WILL NOT FIX: a wacky and light-hearted Sci Fi adventure.

KNOWN SHIPPABLE, WILL NOT FIX is a farcical tale inspired by a web comic about author Roy W. Russell’s experiences in game development on projects like Bioshock.
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A science fiction space romp in ROADKILL ON THE FLIPSIDE

In the 4th book in the Warrensberg Trilogy, a nervous, persistent 16-year-old and a 17-year-old fiery warrior/business mogul embark on a whirlwind adventure, trying to solve the puzzle of how to prevent the entire universe from being sucked into a giant black hole.