Seeds of Change

by Willow Thomson

Introverted, intuitive healer, Jada “Jey” Grey has nothing left to lose. After all, her skills and knowledge couldn’t save her mother from a manmade virus. Set in 2071, with the heat index reaching crippling levels on Earth, Jey is barely coping. But when she stumbles upon an opportunity to launch from Earth, she feels compelled to go. The mission—to create a new colony on an unexplored exoplanet—fits right in with Jey’s dreams. Her friendship with a clairvoyant child onboard the ship, her growing empathic abilities, and her attempts at love spark an unfamiliar hope. But when a rival corporation sabotages their ship, and their target planet is a wasteland, Jey must set aside her old self-destructive patterns and take a leap into a new way of being—and seeing. Her connection to the seeds and plants changes everything. Can she convince the other colonists that her clairvoyant vision is exactly what they need?

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She’s the empire’s loyal servant. He’s the empire’s worst enemy. She always gets her man. Fans of Star Wars and Firefly, meet your new binge-read! Fast-paced space opera that’s a little sexy and a lot of futuristic fun.

Rescue on Gimhae

by Earl T. Roske

Sgt Seavers of the Orphan Corps is having a run of bad luck. First, he gets in a fight with three marines while on a space station. Second, he wins that fight. And now, after learning he was being considered for officer candidate training, he is informed of his penance.

Can Seavers handle a resentful platoon of Marines? Can he do it while delivering medical aid to a suspicious colony of terraformers?

To get back his chance at officer candidate training, he’ll do his best. Or die trying.

If you love a good military adventure, crossed with sci-fi worthy of Andre Norton and Asimov, then Rescue on Gimhae is the story you’re looking for.

Blood Ink and Fire

by Ashley Mansour

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Blood, Ink & Fire is an apocalyptic vision of a future world without books…

In the future, books are a distant memory. The written word has been replaced by an ever-present stream of images known as Verity. In the controlling dominion of Fell, reading is obsolete and forbidden, and readers themselves do not—cannot—exist.

But where others see images in the stream, Noelle Hartley sees words. She’s obsessed with what they mean, where they came from, and why they found her.

Noelle’s been keeping her dangerous fixation with words a secret, but on the night before her seventeenth birthday, a rare interruption in the stream leads her to a mysterious book linked to an underworld of rebel book lovers known as the Nine of the Rising.

With the help of the Risers and the beguiling boy Ledger, Noelle discovers that the words she sees are precious clues to the lost books of the earlier time—and that she might be the world’s last hope of bringing them back.

Outbreak: A Survival Horror Thriller

by Richard Denoncourt

A young man leaves his guarded house to scour his zombie-ridden town for the medicine that will save his father’s life. He meets two other survivors and becomes trapped in a game of cat-and-mouse that sends him down a path much darker than he imagined.

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