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Author Interview: Richard Paolinel..

Author Interview: Richard Paolinelli

Richard Paolinelli began his writing career as a freelance writer in 1984 and his sports writing career in 1991. After retiring he returned to his fiction writing roots, releasing two short stories and a full-length sci-fi novel, Maelstrom. He has since released a sports non-fiction, the first book of a mystery-thriller series and was a part of a Sherlock Holmes anthology. He currently lives in Thousand Oaks, California. When did you first discover […]

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Posted 17th September 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Author Interviews 0 Comments

Author Interview: Christopher D. A..

Author Interview: Christopher D. Abbott

My name is Christopher D. Abbott and I live in Connecticut, USA. I’ve been in the USA for 6 years–I emigrated from the UK. I’m an author of cross-genre mystery, horror, and fantasy. Hobbies include music (playing and recording), cooking, charity works. 1) When did you first discover your love for writing? When I was about twelve or thirteen I used to write little stories and staple them into books. My friend and […]

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Posted 17th September 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Author Interviews 0 Comments

The Worst Man on Mars by Mark Roma..

The Worst Man on Mars by Mark Roman & Corben Duke

Hero. Legend. Role model. He is none of those. Flint Dugdale, blunt Yorkshireman and reality TV show winner, seems an unlikely contender for First Man on Mars. The Right Stuff he is not. But the tragic death of the mission’s brave commander has created a vacancy which Dugdale, with his large frame and ‘persuasive personality’, has been quick to fill. He has put himself in charge of Britain’s first group of colonists to […]

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Posted 12th September 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Maelstrom by Richard Paolinelli

Maelstrom by Richard Paolinelli

Dr. Steven Collins has devoted his life to one cause: finding a way to prevent a catastrophic collision between Earth and an asteroid, like the one that killed off the dinosaurs millions of years ago. Collins spends years developing a shield—a device that uses the Earth’s own magnetic field—and finally reaches the point where he is ready to test it. But when Collins turns on his creation, he rips open a hole in […]

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Posted 11th September 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Author Interview: Alex Gates

Author Interview: Alex Gates

My name is Alex Gates and I grew up in a small town in Northern California. I enjoy a wide variety of things as long they include my wife or some friends. I love the Sacramento Kings and Dallas Cowboys, so you can say a hobby of mine is being disappointed often, which has helped temper my expectations throughout life. I write in the science fiction/fantasy genre because it’s my closest to Narnia, to […]

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Posted 30th August 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Author Interviews 0 Comments

Kissed by the Cowbear by Liv Brywo..

Kissed by the Cowbear by Liv Brywood

When Jessica arrives at the Curvy Bear Ranch with her five-year-old son, she never expects to meet sexy bear shifter Clint Wilson. The ruggedly handsome cowboy is everything she ever wanted in a mate. But with a shattered marriage in her past, she’s not sure she’ll ever be ready to commit to someone again. Three years ago, Clint lost his wife to breast cancer. Every time he thinks about moving on, he feels […]

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Posted 25th August 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Adult Content, Paranormal 0 Comments

Blazing Blunderbuss by Nix Whittak..

Blazing Blunderbuss by Nix Whittaker

Hara hasn’t had an easy life. Her father is a con man and she has been forced to dress as a boy most of her life. when she finally gets away from her father she finds that trouble is still with her. Gideon is a dragon living as a mathematician in the heart of the Wyvern Empire. But even there he isn’t safe. Revolutionaries have kidnapped him. They might have his body but […]

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Posted 22nd August 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Dragons Among Them by Kyra Jacobs

Dragons Among Them by Kyra Jacobs

Two secret worlds. One unstoppable passion. A fiery secret that could destroy them all. Prince Zayne Godfrey, heir to Edana’s throne, is betrothed to the lone princess of rival kingdom Forath. While his heart is not in the arranged marriage, he will do his royal duty. When he finds a beautiful stranger cornered by a pack of wolves, he doesn’t hesitate to shift into his golden dragon form to save her. She thanks […]

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Posted 21st August 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Songs of the Osirian by Christophe..

Songs of the Osirian by Christopher D Abbott

From the award-winning author of Sir Laurence Dies, comes this epic fantasy tale of the Osirian return to Earth. It was written … beings known as Servants of Light appeared as gifts to Man. Their majesty unlike anything seen; their Songs so angelic a single melody turned barren soil fertile. They were worshiped and called Osirian. For years they shared knowledge, bringing peace and prosperity to mankind. But when an ancient evil awoke […]

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Posted 21st August 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

No Good Deed by Mary D. Brooks

No Good Deed by Mary D. Brooks

Eva and Zoe Lambros return to Australia from their journey to Greece and Germany with a renewed purpose and a yearning for children. Their desires for an uneventful family life are short lived. Their plans unravel when Eva is involved in a life-threatening accident that reveals misguided good intentions of the past have shocking repercussions in the present. Zoe is overjoyed to learn that their wish for children will finally be realized when […]

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Posted 5th August 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

The Path to Dawn (Opal Charm) by M..

The Path to Dawn (Opal Charm) by Miri Castor

Opal is a young girl living in Dewdrop, a bustling suburb southeast of New York. Life is a constant struggle for her, until she befriends newcomer, Hope Adaire. With the girls’ friendship slowly beginning to grow, Opal’s life begins to change in mysterious ways, as the secrets of Hope’s enigmatic life begins to unfold. In the process of taking new paths and unveiling truths, a new world is discovered and with it, the […]

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Posted 21st July 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Ten Things I’ve Learned Since Ha..

Ten Things I’ve Learned Since Having a Book Published by Madeline Dyer

  So, a few days ago I celebrated the one year anniversary for the publication of my debut novel, UNTAMED (Prizm Books, May 2015). During that year, I’ve learned a whole bunch of things and thought I’d share ten of them here with you.   1: Not everyone realises having a book published is a big deal.  You feel great about your book being published, but some of the people you excitedly tell […]

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Guardian by Olivia Arran

Guardian by Olivia Arran

Who does he think he is? The wolf shifter at my door. I pegged him as a shifter the second I laid eyes on him. It was the way he stalked into my apartment flexing his muscles and throwing his weight around, his lips curved in a smirk. Acting like he owned the place. Smoking-hot, alpha jackass. It was meant to be just a job. An easy assignment between covert-ops, but there’s nothing […]

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Posted 23rd May 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

The GAIAD by William Burcher

The GAIAD by William Burcher

In a society increasingly buried under the weight of its own insularity, an ancient and shadowy group selfishly guards a secret with the power to change everything. Tonight, on a stage in front of thousands, one of their members commits a horrible, shocking act. In the audience is Detective Fleur Romano. Bitter and world-weary, she vows to uncover the reasons behind the horror she just witnessed. In the process, she’ll discover that she’s […]

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Posted 16th May 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

The Dragon’s Blade: The Rebo..

The Dragon’s Blade: The Reborn King by Michael R. Miller

Dragons once soared in the skies, but that was before the Transformation, before they took human form. Now, demonic forces stand to obliterate them. When left mortally wounded, Darnuir, the Prince of Dragons, can only be saved through a dangerous rebirthing spell. He is left as a babe in human hands. Twenty years later, Darnuir is of age to wield the Dragon’s Blade. As the last member of his bloodline, he is the […]

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Posted 16th May 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Author Interview: Greg Spry

Author Interview: Greg Spry

Greg Spry was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin, in 1978. He majored in industrial engineering at the University of Wisconsin—Madison before earning a graduate degree in space systems from the Florida Institute of Technology. When he’s not writing the next epic sci-fi adventure, he enjoys playing kickball and cheering on the Wisconsin Badgers and Green Bay Packers. He currently resides in the United States. 1) When did you first discover your love for […]

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Pit of Bones by J.C.Redmond

Pit of Bones by J.C.Redmond

Battling Neanderthals in a struggle for the existence of humanity in a time and place that shouldn’t exist was the last thing Jack and Rene imagined when they promised the Professor they would document the existence of ancient human remains – but there they were. The story: In 1976 a group of cavers discover the location of an ancient pit in a remote cave site – the legendary pit of bones rumored to […]

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Posted 14th May 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Grave Measures by R.R.Virdi

Grave Measures by R.R.Virdi

What do shadows darting across the walls, cryptic writing, black fog, and a little girl who can see ghosts have in common? Paranormal investigator and soul without a body, Vincent Graves, has forty-four hours to find out. To make matters worse, his years of body-hopping and monster-hunting are catching up with him. He’s losing his mind. An old contact has shut him out. To top it all off, something’s skulking through an asylum, […]

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Posted 14th May 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Author Interview: J.D.Cunegan

Author Interview: J.D.Cunegan

Fresh off his debut novel Bounty, J.D. Cunegan introduces his intense follow-up, Blood Ties, a mixture of murder mystery and superhero epic that re-introduces the reader to his comic book-inspired storytelling and fast-paced prose. A 2006 graduate of Old Dominion University, Cunegan has an extensive background in journalism and a lifelong love for writing. Cunegan lives in Hampton, Virginia, enjoys reading, and is an avid auto racing fan. When did you first discover your love […]

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A Facet for the Gem (The Tale of E..

A Facet for the Gem (The Tale of Eaglefriend Book One) by C. L. Murray

In a land of eagle-riding knights, bloodthirsty beasts, and a ruthless prince, no border is safe for long. And as smoke billows from the only blockade standing between the great city of Korindelf and certain doom, young Morlen races to escape the inevitable siege. Thrust from the chaos with thousands of snapping jaws on his trail, he discovers that the abilities he’s buried all his life are awakening—and it could not have happened […]

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Posted 7th May 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments