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|Day for Night by Stacey E. Bryan|
"What I wasn’t expecting was to turn the corner and find my thirty-something neighbor Annie, eyes open, silent, encased by a cone of light and suspended in midair just inside the doorway. Nope. Wasn’t expecting that at all."
Wacky, off-beat, delicious, witty, and insightful -- all words used to describe Stacey E. Bryan’s hilarious debut novel, Day for Night.
When reality TV star Rae is dumped by her back-stabbing cast mates, she quickly realizes that revenge fantasies and unemployment are the least of her problems after she witnesses an alien abduction in broad daylight. And it doesn’t help that a vampire knocks on her door soon afterward. All Rae wants to do is buy a condo in Hermosa Beach. How can an unemployed wannabe actress save the world…or at the very least, Los Angeles?
|Genre: Humorous Science Fantasy|
|Eta Carinae by Brian d'Eon|
In this humorous apocalyptic comedy, Australian bureaucrat, James Cook, is sent to Ayer’s Rock in the Outback to sort out what seems to be a labor dispute. There, he discovers that The National Park and the local airport have been shut down by the aboriginal community. Aided by the enticing anthropologist, Pam, and the local elder, Billy, James goes on walkabout to Kata Djuta, hoping to gain insight into the celestial event the elders and shamans say is about to take place.
Eta Carinae, has suddenly begun to brighten in the sky and most astronomers think it’s a supernova. The elders think it’s something even more, and James has the not-so-unwelcome suspicion that everything he’s ever known is about to change forever.
|Genre: Humorous Science Fiction|
|The Scrolls of Xavier by John Ashley|
Revolving peacefully around an alien sun lies the planet Xavier997, a final flicker of hope for the resource starved human race. With miraculous advances in technology, the product of the ruthless Great War, reaching this planet is suddenly a feat that mankind is able to achieve.
Upon their arrival, however, they quickly learn that Xavier will not give up her treasures without a fight. Inhabited by five indigenous tribes—creatures whose merciless evolution has sharpened them into the universe’s most efficient killers—this treacherous planet proves at every turn to be mankind’s final downfall rather than their savior. Yet when a lost explorer stumbles upon a startling discovery at the planet’s North Pole, their situation turns even worse.
|Genre: Military Science Fiction|
|The Tinkerer's Daughter by Jamie Sedgwick|
Breeze is an outcast, a half-breed orphan born into a world torn apart by a thousand years of war. Breeze never knew her elven mother, and when her human father is recalled to the war, he leaves her in the safest place he knows: in the care of a reclusive tinker.
The Tinkerman's inventions are frightening at first -noisy, smelly, dangerous machines with no practical use- but when the war comes home, Breeze sees an opportunity. If she can pull it off, she'll change the world forever. If she fails, she'll be considered a traitor by both lands and will be hunted to her death.
|Paragon.EXE by Drew Cordell|
Paragon.EXE follows the development of a secret Government endeavor named the Omniscience project which was designed to assist key decision makers in the wake of catastrophe on a nation-wide scale.
The Omniscience project was morphed by corruption and the endless pursuit of the unknown during the Cold War era. These hidden changes were buried through time only to resurface in 2025 when the stakes were much higher.
|Seeds of Foreverland by Tony Bertauski |
Harold Ballard's breaking point came in the sixth grade.
John Lively was a mouth-breather that no one cared about, an over-sized sixth grader voted most likely to see jail. In Harold's opinion, God had wasted a body on John Lively.
Harold was a curious loner that sat in the back of the classroom. Unlike John's family, Harold's parents loved him. They just didn't have time for him. They spent days in the basement working on something that would change the world. Sometimes they were down there for weeks.
Harold was tired of being forgotten and pushed around. So he pushed back.
That day would change the world.
|Genre: Young Adult Science Fiction|
|Free Falling by Susan Kiernan-Lewis|
A fun family vacation turns into an apocalyptic nightmare when a couple and their young son find themselves trapped in the Irish countryside during an international crisis. With all contact outside the country gone, all electricity and all non horse-powered vehicles useless and desperate bands of outlaws roaming the Emerald Isle, the time has come for one soft American family to reach deep within for the reserve of brains and courage to survive.
|Genre: Dystopian Science Fiction|
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