Tuesday, February 28, 2012

God’s Girlfriend by Enki Anunnaki

What if God is your boyfriend, you don't have a choice, and God has an earth-shattering mission for you?
And now – they say – it’s unavoidable; starvation, collapse, and death on an apocalyptic scale. Civil war rages across America. The "dollar" collapses into worthless paper. Starving thugs murder for gold, silver, and cans of beans.
Worse – what if God isn’t what you dreamed of and God reveals to you how human life was created?
Tragic – what if God gives you three lovely vices as weapons to save your world?
Armageddon - you must summon your dark side to save America?
Apocalypse – you think you’re losing your mind?
Ex-cop “gold freak” Mary Leakey is GOD’S GIRLFRIEND – the Chosen One - who struggles mentally, spiritually, and physically with her calling.
GOD’S GIRLFRIEND is thought-chilling psychological suspense, hallowed mystery, and supernatural thrills that’ll eat everything you know as “human” from the inside-out.
God’s Girlfriend is a Thriller / Suspense Novel
(Approx 50, 000 words)
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Monday, February 27, 2012

Devil Tree by Steve Vernon

The book is called DEVIL TREE - and it is the story of Lucas Sawyer and his wife Tamsen who find themselves marooned in the heart of a mid-nineteenth century wilderness. They're rescued by Jonah Duvall, a mysterious woodsman who abides in this wilderness with his wife Jezebel and son Cord. Brooding over all stands the Devil Tree - a huge and evil jack pine that has summoned them to this valley to feed upon their collective emotions and guilt and to breed unnatural offspring. Part earth spirit, part elder demon - the tree is farming them. The characters are bound into a tightening noose of blind undeniable fate. As winter sets in they must face the tree's unholy fury in an utterly horrific finale.
Devil Tree is a story that will take you into the heart of pure unimaginable horror. We are not talking gore or graphic blood-spree. This is NOT one of those OH-MY-GOD-GRAB-THE-CHAINSAW-AND-CLEAVER blood soaked yarns, but rather this is a work that I guarantee will horrify and haunt you for a long time after you turn the last page.
Devil Tree is a Horror Novel
(Approx 60, 000 words)
Find out more about Steve at www.stevevernonstoryteller.wordpress.com
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Friday, February 24, 2012

What? I Have Superpowers? (Super J #1) by Kyra Myles

Jenna Meade lives in Cary, North Carolina, and is a typical student starting her junior year in high school. At least she thinks she's typical, until Erik Gibson walks into the school. Erik's a bad boy, and very forward...just what Jenna has been drawn to, yet trying to avoid as an honor student. Erik has exactly her same schedule, and finally explains he's from outer space, on earth to protect Jenna. She can't believe it until he explains that she's a princess from the planet Dyrl, and proves to her that she has superpowers. Now it's up to them to save Dyrl and the earth.
And to think her worst problem used to be high school.

What?  I Have Superpowers? is a Young Adult Sci-Fi Novel
(Approx 69,000 words)
Find out more about Kyra at  www.kyramyles.com
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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Bending The Boyne by J. S. Dunn

Circa 2200 BCE: Changes rocking the continent reach Eire with the dawning Bronze Age. Well before any Celts, marauders invade the island seeking copper and gold. The young astronomer Boann and the enigmatic Cian need all their wits and courage to save their people and their great Boyne mounds, when long bronze knives challenge the peaceful native starwatchers. Banished to far coasts, Cian discovers how to outwit the invaders at their own game. Tensions on Eire between new and old cultures and between Boann, Elcmar, and her son Aengus, ultimately explode. What emerges from the rubble of battle are the legends of Ireland’s beginnings in a totally new light.
Larger than myth, this tale echoes with medieval texts, and cult heroes modern and ancient. By the final temporal twist, factual prehistory is bending into images of leprechauns who guard Eire’s gold for eternity. As ever, the victors will spin the myths.
This story appeals to fans of solid historical fiction, myth and fantasy, archaeo-astronomy, and Bronze Age Europe.
BENDING THE BOYNE draws on 21st century archaeology to show the lasting impact when early metal mining and trade take hold along north Atlantic coasts. Carved megaliths and stunning gold artifacts, from the Pyrenees up to the Boyne, come to life in this researched historical fiction.

Bending the Boyne is an Historical Fiction Novel
(Approx 120, 000 words)
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Monday, February 20, 2012

Systems by Saleena Karim

2042: Humanity has witnessed the World Democratic Revolution and has left war, pollution and extreme poverty behind. 

Elise Archer is a hard-nosed British policewoman with psychic abilities. She also happens to be a reincarnated terrorist in denial. When Peter Manner escapes from a local psychiatric hospital and begins a murder spree, Elise makes the chilling discovery that he too is a psychic ... and in another life he was her friend. 
Manner is on his way to America, where he and she both mysteriously disappeared thirty years ago. By complete coincidence the global police organisation GAILE has just reopened their case, and needs her help. But is there such thing as a coincidence? 
Follow Elise on her journey as she confronts the truth about her past life, why she was killed, and most importantly, why she was brought back to life. Because soon she will come to question reality itself. 
This is the story of the Systems Experiment, and the fight - literally - for liberty and justice. 

Systems is Science Fiction Novel
(Approx 103, 000 words)
Find out more about Saleena at www.libredux.com
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Friday, February 17, 2012

Get Me Out of Africa (Extreme Travel #1) by Andie Alexander

An African business trip for Kes Madrid turns out to be a lot more exciting when she and her sexy-but-engaged boss fall into the Zambezi river after their raft tips over. Landing on the Zimbabwe side has Kes terrified. She wants to go home, but her boss has other plans, putting them smack-dab in the middle of a coup. The nation's rebels and the CIA are ready to take the country away from the dictatorial leader and give it to the people. In the meantime, Kes' life will be put on the line as the most wanted in the nation, which is definitely not on her 'bucket list.'

Get Me Out of Africa is a Mystery / Adventure / Humorous Spy Novel
(Approx 92, 000 words)
Find out more about Andie at www.andiealexander.com
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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Motherless Children by Randall Luce

Williams Point is a Mississippi Delta cotton town. The land is black and fertile, the horizon cotton-white, and the humid air muffles dissonant insect harmonies. It’s the summer of 1946.

Sam Swain, the Chief of Police, believes that a community defines its people, and when the good and bad of Williams Point are known and balanced the result is something you can value. But when he investigates the murder of two prominent whites—Adelia “Auntie” Southworth and her niece Madeleine Lott, both poisoned by arsenic—Swain learns the truth can sound its own dissonances.

Auntie and Madeleine are murdered in their home, among family and friends, who withhold information from Swain to impede his investigation. As he slowly exposes the truth behind these murders, Swain discovers other crimes and transgressions—long past and present—and his own complicity in what he finds.
Motherless Children is a Murder Mystery Novel
(Approx 100, 000 words)
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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Which Art In Hope by Francis W. Porretto

When the Spooner Federation fled Earth before the genocidal wrath of the States, the fugitives had only the slimmest chance of finding a habitable world orbiting a benign star.  Yet 544 years after embarking on their planetoid-ship, they found one that seemed too good to be true. They named it Hope.

Like all things that are too good to be true, Hope isn't what it seemed.

For 1200 years, a secret Cabal has elevated powerful psi talents to the management of Hope's crust, at the eventual cost of their lives. The alternative was a choice between mass death by heavy-metal poisoning and mass death by starvation. But the pool of psi talents has dwindled until only two remain: one who is utterly unwilling, and one who is murderously insane.

The survival of Mankind hangs in the balance.

Which Art In Hope is a Science Fiction Novel
(Approx 128, 000 words)
Find out more about Francis W. Porretto at www.musingsofanindiewriter.blogspot.com
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Monday, February 13, 2012

2012 : ETA - Proof of Alien Contact by W. Blake Heitzman

2012: ETA begins with "The Math of Alien Contact," a proof showing that aliens know about Earth. It follows with five sci-fi stories of aliens who walk among us, even breed with us, without detection. Whether you believe 2012: ETA is pure fiction, or part fact, you'll never look at the world quite the same again.
ETA is a Sci-Fi Anthology Novella
(Approx 34, 000 words)
Find out more about W. Blake Heitzman at www.shamangene.com
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Friday, February 10, 2012

Cameo Appearance by Markee Anderson

While being blackmailed by her ex-boyfriend who wants to turn her in as the witness to a murder some five years before, Cameo Dreyden has done her best to put the incident behind her. When she finds out the creep is going public anyway, Cameo has no choice but to disappear to places unknown, with a Prince who wants to make her his bride.
The South Pacific is as far away from the Unites States as she can find. Prince Reginald of Charmania whisks Cameo off her feet with a gentle but electrifying kiss, while battling demons of his own. The island nation needs a stable monarchy, because the threat of a takeover to get the newly discovered riches is imminent. Under the island's rules, since the king's ill, Prince Reginald has to marry to save his country, and Cameo's been chosen as future queen.

Surrounded in this idealistic fairy tale setting with castles, frolicking dolphins and the promise of a life of luxury in exchange for her hand in marriage, Cameo couldn't possibly turn it down. However, she's torn between staying to save the monarchy and fleeing to save her life while sacrificing her heart.
Cameo Appearance is a Contemporary Romance Novel
(Approx 99, 000 words)
Find out more about Markee at www.markeeanderson.com
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Thursday, February 9, 2012

"Paper or Plastic?" by Mackey Chandler

Roger was medically discharged after his service in the Pan Arabic Protectorate, cutting off his chosen career path early. He is living in rural Sitra Falls, Oregon trying to deal with hyper-vigilance and ease back into civilian life.
When an unusual looking young woman enters his favorite breakfast place he befriends her. Little does he know he'll kill for her before lunch and start an adventure that will take him around the world and off planet.
When you have every sort of alphabet agency human and alien hunting for you survival is the hard part. But you might as well get rich too.

Paper or Plastic is an Adventure Novel
(Approx 151, 000 words)
Find out more about Mackey at www.mackeychandler.com
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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Before We Leave by Mari Collier

Before We Leave continues the saga of a Thalian-Justine mutant from the planet Thalia. He has taken the name MacDonald on Earth.  He has the spaceship to return to his planet and complete his mother’s revenge on the Justines.  He needs to gather a force to leave with him, but first he must raise his Earth daughter and convince others to go with him.  

Before they leave the Earth they experience mutant offspring elopements, Comanche and outlaw raids, hangings, blizzards, madness, quarrels within the family, and a FBI investigation.  The remaining family mutants will be trained to staff the MacDonald Corporation and carry on their family traditions.
Before We Leave is a Sci-Fi Novel
(Approx 86, 000 words)
Find out more about Mari at www.maricollier.com
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Monday, February 6, 2012

And So It Begins... by Eric B. Thomasma

A collision in space leaves Captain Darien Stolt and his crew searching for a suitable planet on which to land their fatally wounded ship. The passengers, a group of Utopian colonists set on making a new home for themselves on a distant world, lose their founder and leader, Jacob Slowdon, in the crash. A new leader, Susan Stark, steps forward and lays claim to the new world on behalf of the colonists. She tells the captain that his crew, and the handful of aliens rescued from the other ship, must adopt their way of life. But that life wasn’t supposed to include murder. Security Chief Todd Sureenon must do his best to apprehend the murderers.
It’s a perilous start for a new civilization.
And So It Begins...
And So It Begins... is a Sci-Fi Novel 
(Approx 109, 000 words)
Find out more about Eric at http://ericbt.webs.com/
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Friday, February 3, 2012

A Tale That Is Told by Ted William Gross

"The Chronicles Of The Children Of Heaven" is an epic fantasy-trilogy which covers the Biblical era, from the Creation until the Flood. The events take place within three separate settings - Earth, [Adamah]; Heaven, [Heichal]; and Hell, [Hinnom]. Each of these settings contains its own unique characters as well as its own specific and distinctive nature. The three major forces - the Angels, known as the Meyal; Mankind; and the Devils known as the Techas - interact and come into conflict with one another. The interaction between these three great forces of the Universe is shown in their desire to protect or control mankind, as the case may be. 
The Epic Fantasy "The Chronicles Of The Children Of Heaven" was originally written by the Meyal, Kitviel, who is a Sharret of Nogah. The books begin with Adam & Eve and continue until the Flood, (known as "The Great Deluge" to the Meyal). What takes place upon the Earth during these first years of Mankind's existence is the major concern of books within The Chronicles Of The Children Of Heaven. Subsequently the activities of the Meyal and the Techas, as well as the great confrontations and wars between them, is portrayed. The constant and insistent meddling of the Meyal and Techas with humanity is combined with the story lines.
A Tale That Is Told is a Fantasy Novel
(Approx 59, 000 words)
Find out more about Ted at www.teddygross.blogspot.com
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Thursday, February 2, 2012

Vatican Assassin by Mike Luoma

Meet Bernard Campion - most people call him 'BC'. BC is on a mission - assassinate the Governor of Lunar Prime! The reverberations may effect the survival of the entire human race. It's the year 2109. BC - Bernard Campion - poses as a priest - but he's really an assassin for the Pope of the New catholic Church! He's trying to take care of “business” during an out of control interplanetary war between The Universal Trade Zone (the commercial power of Earth); Lunar Prime - the neutral city on the Moon; and the UIN - the Universal Islamic Nation - now based on Mars

Vatican Assassin is a Science Fiction Novel
(Approx 83, 000 words) 
Find out more about Mike at www.mikeluoma.com
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