Each month we will choose several lucky subscribers
to win free copies of the new releases listed below. This month you have a chance to win: Alien Contact for Idiots (Book One), Children of Arkadia,
The Talon of the Hawk, or The Weaver collection.
JEFFE KENNEDY: THE TALON OF THE HAWK
Three daughters were born to the High King. The eldest, the Heir, a girl grudgingly honed to leadership to bear the sword and honor of the king, Ursula never expected to decide the destiny of her people, of the Twelve Kingdoms. Not with her father still on the throne and war in the air. But the choice is before her. And the Heir must lead…
*In Midnight's Silence, T. Frohock
A lyrical tale in a world of music and magic, T. Frohock’s IN MIDNIGHT’S SILENCE shows the lengths a man will go to save the people he loves, and the sides he’ll choose when the sidelines are no longer an option.
$4.99 Amazon, B&N, Kobo, Apple
SCIENCE FICTION RELEASES
Science Fiction Romance
EDWARD HOORNAERT: ALIEN CONTACT FOR KID SISTERS
Fleeing from murderous rebels, the queen's sister finds a hero to save her ... or is he kidnapping her, instead?
*Children of Arkadia, M. Darusha Wehm Arkadia, one of four space stations orbiting Jupiter, was to be a haven for all who fought the corrupt systems of Earth, where both humans and Artificial Intelligences could be happy and free - but which will prove more powerful: freedom or happiness?
$15.95 print/$5.95 ebookAmazon, B&N, Kobo
*Legacy (The Technomage Archive, Book 3), B.J. Keeton The Untouchable has made Erlon a peaceful world. But people are disappearing, and their friends and families don’t remember them once they’re gone. Something is upsetting the demigod's carefully controlled paradise. LEGACY is the third and final installment of THE TECHNOMAGE ARCHIVE, an epic fantasy trilogy set in a science-fiction world. $4.99 Amazon
*Either Side of the Strand, M.C.A. Hogarth
Old style Star Trek meets catgirls and alien octopuses... in space!
$4.99 Amazon, B&N, Kobo, Apple.
*Apocalypse Asylum, David Rogers There's more to surviving a zombie apocalypse than just surviving.
*The Other Card,Paul Levinson James Oleson is beginning to see everything in perfect duplicate - two identical models of cars which are the same down to scuff marks and license plate, two old philosophy books with the same torn pages and inscription in old ink, and twin mail men.
*The Weaver (and Other Unsettling Short Stories), E.D. Walker A fast-paced, near future heist story with two lady thieves fighting their way out of a dangerous robotics lab. + Two more exciting and creepy short stories!