A Bright Shore

by S.M. Anderson

A military Sci-Fi political thriller set a short decade from now. In 2031, holding to the concept of Individual Liberty can get you killed. What was once the western world’s guiding light of Liberty is quickly being replaced by state sponsored serfdom under the guise of a global economic re-set done in the name ‘the workers.’ The men and women of the Program aren’t perfect and they’ve lost the political fight vs. government power on the left and vs. corporate statism on the right. They can’t win, not on this world. So, they’re leaving… but new destinations rarely mirror the guide book. The thing about a new empty world is that they may not be the only ones willing to fight for it. Kyle Lassiter has seen the worst the world can offer from behind a gun for the last fifteen years, in an unending global conflict that his own government has no intention of winning. Ignoring a fed. subpoena that would see him a serf, he attends a last ditch interview which leads to a job he can’t refuse.

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The Final Enemy

by Dan Petrosini

In the face of a death-defying power, what’s the “new normal”?
Like all reporters, Jack longs for a breaking story but is stuck writing obituaries for a small-town rag. As his frustration mounts, it hits him that no one has died in over three days. Jack’s odd observation becomes something far stranger when he connects a meteorite to the bizarre phenomenon.
Seizing the opportunity, Jack breaks the story and after a struggle to control the meteorite’s power is resolved, a swelling population begins to create havoc. With the survival of the human race hanging in the balance, politicians enact increasingly horrific measures and desperate citizens take matters into their own hands.
Jack’s in a position to not just report the news, but change it, and his decisions and observations creates an epic thriller that pits the potential of human immortality against a force designed to change – or obliterate – humanity itself.

The Sigian Bracelet

by George Tome

When the ancient Antyrans made contact with an advanced civilization, the meeting turned out to be memorable – if only because the visitors burned their cities to the ground, melted their beautiful ice temples and locked the Antyran star system inside a weird space distortion, hiding the stars.
A thousand years later, the discovery of an ancient spaceship buried in a ravine on a recently colonized planet will open up the chest of madness.
The hero of our story, Gillabrian – or Gill, as friends use to call him – is an Antyran archaeologist. After discovering the secrets of the visitors, he has to run, chased everywhere and by everyone.
The quest for the long-forgotten history of the Antyrans forces Gill to discover that he has the strength to survive, even against overwhelming odds.
Behind the legends of the past lurks the cold shadow of the night. What lies beyond the edge of nothingness?

The Long, Lost Exit Home

by Chris Roberts

The debut novel from Chris Roberts, The Long, Lost Exit Home, is a new addition to the great horror sci-fi traditions of Stephen King and Dean Koontz. The main character, Laura Masterson, faces an alien invasion, ferocious creatures, razor slashing horror and forbidden love that gets her in trouble.

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