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Featured Book: Midshipman Henry Gallant in Space by H. Peter Alesso

Alesso_Gallant_finalAbout Midshipman Henry Gallant in Space by H. Peter Alesso

As the last star fighter in squadron 111, Midshipman Henry Gallant is on his way from Jupiter to Mars. With the United Planets’ fleet on the verge of annihilation, he can expect no help as he passes through the asteroid belt and threatening aliens. With so much uncertainty about the aliens’ capabilities and intentions, analyzing the captured computer equipment in Gallant’s possession could prove crucial. The fate of Earth could rest on the abilities of Midshipman Henry Gallant. Unfortunately, it is his abilities that have been much in doubt during his tour of duty.

In an era of genetic engineering, he is the only Natural (non-genetically enhanced) officer left in the fleet. His classmates and superior officers have all expressed their concern that he will not be up to the demands of the space service.

Only bright and attractive junior officer Kelsey Mitchel has shown any sympathy for him. Now as his navigator on the last fighter in squadron 111, her life as well as a good many others, depends of Henry Gallant.

This SciFi book is available in these Formats: eBook, Print

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0001SmallerCoverWhen Clara and Zeke dig up a series of strange fossils from an unknown cat-shaped dinosaur, they expect to make a groundbreaking contribution to the science of Paleontology. Soon they find themselves in the sights of Myles Vulture, a trillionaire with unlimited resources who will stop at nothing to obtain the rare Kittysaurus fossils for his own collection.

Their only hope of success requires a trip 145 million years into the past to a lost period of history called the Zanyzoic where Clara and Zeke run the risk of getting eaten by their own discovery!

Targeted Age Group:: 7-12

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The inspiration behind this book was to encourage young girls to take an interest in science.

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Featured Book: ICE by Kevin Tinto

kevintinto_iceAbout ICE by Kevin Tinto

“A gripping novel that combines archeological, historical, scientific, and romantic elements to create a thrilling, strong story. Authentic characters, all-too human relationships, adventures and mysteries transport readers into past, present, and future events–a wonderful discovery for this reader, who cannot wait for more!”
The Columbia Review

“We are writing with some fabulous news! Your book has been named the Winner in the ACTION/ADVENTURE category of the 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Congratulations!”
Next Generation Indie Book Awards

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Flowers & Kittens: Dark, Weird Stories by Russell A Mebane

coversmallEight stories of speculative fiction. Eight DARK and WEIRD stories of speculative fiction. This cannot be stressed enough. There are kittens in this book, along with some ants, a shoveler, some roses, and a God, among other things. Religion, morality, love, environmentalism, and randomness are the main themes in this book.

Targeted Age Group:: 13+

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?

How is writing SciFi different from other genres?
It isn’t. You’re just testing the limits of believability. Are tentacle aliens believable? Depends on how you write it. How about a billionaire marrying a coke-head prostitute he’s only known for a week? Depends on how you write it. You’ll notice the last one is the plot for the movie “Pretty Woman”, a sci-fi cult classic. It certainly tested my limits on believability.
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Gray Panthers Earth’s Revenge by David Guenther

graypanthersearthsrevenge1The defenders of Earth, the Gray Panther Army saved the Earth from an invasion from the Libra Alliance on 6 January 2128. The jubilation was short lived as Earth’s defenders found out there was a second deadlier fleet that would arrive at Earth in about two years. The Gray Panther Army consisting of ancient veterans, who have been enhanced through nanite technology to once again be young men and women, are forced to expand their ranks to include even the young. The Gray Panthers enlist the services of Matt Andrews and his team of crack flyers “Matt’s Marauders.” Their mission; to fly captured fighters deep in enemy space from a captured raider to buy Earth time as defenses are built up and the fleet increased in anticipation for the looming invasion.

Targeted Age Group:: 17 to Adult

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
My love of military science fiction and having a story I just had to tell. This is the second book in the trilogy Gray Panthers.

How is writing SciFi different from other genres?
I love SciFi because it lets you use your imagination with your knowledge of science to write things no one else has.
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Squirrels & Puppies: Dark Morality Tales by Russell A Mebane

squirrelscoverA collection of short stories involving some puppies, a couple
squirrels, a kitty, a cyborg, some aliens, and some Black people. All of
them revolve around some moral theme and all of them involve something
or someone getting raped, killed, or tortured; but in a creative and
meaningful way. There are other people in the stories, too. Together
they’ll be exploring moral relativism. What is moral relativism? It’s a
bunch of good fun! That’s what it is!

Targeted Age Group:: 13+

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Poverty and boredom.

How is writing SciFi different from other genres?
It isn’t. Your mind just goes to a different place. Two people walk into a room. In a romance novel, they fall in love. In erotica, they have sex. In an action novel, they fight. In sci-fi, one of them’s an alien. But it’s all still two people walking into a room.
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Featured Book: Scouts Out (Books I and II) by D. D. Loomis

space-sniper-finalfinalAbout Scouts Out (Books I and II) by D. D. Loomis

When Corporal Ian “Irish” Shannon is assigned to the Confederation’s Long Range Scouts (LRS), he joins in the struggle against forces from the alliance Hegemony. He and his team battle to drive the enemy from star systems under protection of the Confederation. His courage and fighting abilities are tested to their utmost, as he rises through the ranks of the LRS and beyond. Small unit skirmishes build to full-scale combat on planet surfaces, and serve as a counterpoint to violent conflict in space.

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A Few Things You’ll be Needing to Know by Gary Loffler

A-Few-Things-Youll-be-Needing-to-Know_coverFor ten-year-old Walker Viatori space travel was just another childhood notion until his Uncle Nathan returned from a Grand Tour of the Palindrome Trading Ring. The tales of this 240-year-long voyage stirred young Walker’s imagination and set him on his own path to the stars—a path requiring the exploration of his terraformed world and learning the skills needed to survive a trip to the stars.

Targeted Age Group:: YA to Adult

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
In the course of helping a friend write a book, I created a universe. Eventually it occurred to me that I could also write a book in that universe and so I did. There will eventually be at least three books with a collection of short stories to provide some background for the novels. Ideas briefly mentioned in the long form stories will be explored more deeply in the short stories.

How is writing SciFi different from other genres?
You write SciFi exactly the same as you write any other genre, you simply add scientific speculation. What happens to romance when you live to be five hundred years? How do you solve a locked room mystery when you have teleportation available? Writing about the future does mean that you have to imagine what will happen rather than interpret past events. Unlike fantasy writing where you can create your own set of rules, Science Fiction should be based on established theories.
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Reason for Existence by Richard Botelho

ReasonforExistence“David Jordan. Successful, intelligent, connected, and with a mission. Now at the center of a global crisis. Can he bring peace to the world and maintain his secret? Or will he fail and cost humans everything?”

Targeted Age Group:: 18-70

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The category of science fiction needed a genre bender featuring thriller, romance, philosophy, and adventure combined into one novel. Reason for Existence is a return to classic science fiction novels which were not so formulaic and predictable. Reason for Existence is very original, unlike any other current science fiction novel.

How is writing SciFi different from other genres?
Science Fiction allows the author to dream more than any other genre.
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Featured Book: The Johnson Project by Maggie Spence

TheJohnsonProjectAbout The Johnson Project by Maggie Spence

Only .99 from 4/21-4/28 – The Aqar virus has infected every female on the planet and left only one lasting consequence: Infertility. No more babies. The end of the human race is imminent until a renowned fertility specialist finds the cure but he’s not ready to let just anybody become a parent. Ted Johnson and his family have formed a team to decide which couples have earned the right to be called mommy and daddy. Their expectations are steep. Their motives are questioned. Their lives are threatened. The Johnsons never considered procreation a right, rather, a privilege. The world fights back.

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