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Beyond the Horizon (Beyond Saga #2..

Beyond the Horizon (Beyond Saga #2) by Greg Spry

Ensign Maya Davis has had her sights set on the captaincy of a starship since she launched her first toy rocket into Earth orbit at age four. But not long after she departs the solar system aboard humankind’s first interstellar vessel, New Horizons, sabotage cripples the ship, killing a third of the crew and stranding the expedition light years from home under the siege of hostile forces. Without knowing who she can trust, […]

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Posted 1st May 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Blood Ties by J.D. Cunegan

Blood Ties by J.D. Cunegan

For as long as Jill Andersen could remember, her father was a hero. But heroes don’t commit murder, do they? The state of Maryland said Paul Andersen did just that, three times over, and was set to execute him for it. But Jill and the rest of her colleagues at the Baltimore Police Department come across the murder of a law student that leaves her hopeful that she can clear her father’s name. […]

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Posted 29th April 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Beyond Cloud Nine by Greg Spry

Beyond Cloud Nine by Greg Spry

Ace star fighter pilot Brooke Davis lives for pushing hundreds of gees in orbital combat, but she’d give it all up in a moment to become the first human to fly faster than light. When Brooke stumbles upon a conspiracy involving terrorists, aliens, and the highest levels of government, she finds their goals seductive but their methods abhorrent. With the moral core of human civilization hanging in the balance, she must risk her […]

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Posted 22nd April 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments


Entertainment on the Train by Rich..

Entertainment on the Train by Richard Kefford

My thoughts Entertainment on a Train is a collection of short stories (and some poetry). I have read the science fiction ones, which is the reason I am sharing this book via indiescififantasy. I have always found Richard Kefford’s writing to be engaging, thoughtful and enjoyable.     About IndieSFfantasy

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Posted 6th April 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments



Author Interview: D.R.Perry

Author Interview: D.R.Perry

D.R. Perry lives in Rhode Island, where all her books are set. Although she’s not a native New Englander, once up north she got so inspired she couldn’t leave. When did you first discover your love for writing? I’ve been writing since I could read. At first, I made scripts of books I loved for me and my friends to act out. At one point, I wrote a story about a Star Trek […]

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Posted 2nd April 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Author Interviews 0 Comments

Barely Awake by D.R. Perry

Barely Awake by D.R. Perry

Bobby Tremain’s life used to seem charmed, but since his dad’s crippling accident, he has an avalanche of problems. He’s the first in his family to have a shot at college, also the first to head north of Louisiana. An early snow calls his Bear to hibernate a week before finals, but he needs to pass or he flunks out of Providence Paranormal College. Lynn Frampton’s loneliness is almost more than she can […]

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Posted 30th March 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments





Eli Copper and the Lion Runner by ..

Eli Copper and the Lion Runner by Niels Balzer

Eli Copper is a man disenchanted with his existence. The good life has rejected him and Eli looks for the reasons at the bottom of a bottle. He can’t find them. Misery, so far, has been his best friend. His career as an intelligence officer for the U.S. Army has taken him everywhere, yet nowhere he’s wanted to stay. After surviving an airplane crash, Eli is confronted by a mysterious priest seeking his help […]

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Posted 21st March 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

DAUGHTER OF THE WOLF BY CAT BRUNO

DAUGHTER OF THE WOLF BY CAT BRUNO

How far must one travel to escape the gaze of a dark-shadowed god? After fleeing the Healer’s Academy, Caryss struggles against becoming little more than a plaything of the gods. Pregnant with a child who will be born of shadows and stars, Caryss searches for an army to protect her unborn daughter. Along the way, she finds help from a fallenmage, an exiled prince, a blood-stained shaman, and a boy who commands the […]

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Posted 21st March 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Author Interview: Tom Fallwell

Author Interview: Tom Fallwell

Born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in 1951, Tom Fallwell had always had a love of fantasy Role Playing games and was a game master who created adventures for other players to enjoy. Now, since retiring as a computer programmer,  he is writing the fantasy stories he had always wanted to write and enjoying every minute of it. When did you first discover your love for writing? Shortly after retiring, in 2014, I met […]

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Posted 12th March 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Author Interviews 0 Comments

Review: Equivocal Destines by Raym..

Review: Equivocal Destines by Raymond Clarke

Equivocal Destines is one of many books I’ve listed on this website but never really found the time to read it, except now I have, and what a great little read it turned out to be, well, not so much of the little… In a world plagued by hordes warped by magic into creatures hell-bent on the destruction of mankind, where elemental magic holds sway and determines your lot in life, Taal is […]

Posted 7th March 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Reviews 0 Comments

Spirit of the Book by D E Howard

Spirit of the Book by D E Howard

Do you believe in magic? Ellie Forrester didn’t. Raised an only child by a mother who never hid her resentment Ellie learned from an early age to be self sufficient. Finally moving away from her mother’s negative influence Ellie thought her small run down flat was a little piece of paradise. The old book she found hidden away didn’t seem to be anything remarkable but Ellie soon discovered that it contained far more […]

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Posted 5th March 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

…Before You Leap by Les Lyna..

…Before You Leap by Les Lynam

Two teens from two centuries apart, one the direct descendant of the other. Einstein’s Theory didn’t cover THIS relativity. Sean Kelly considered himself an average 16-year-old, living in an average neighborhood in a small University town. Nothing too exciting ever happened in Grover’s Corners, Missouri; some might even label it boring. His ordinary life was disrupted when a distant relative dropped by at the beginning of his Junior year in high school. A […]

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Posted 5th March 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Where Shadows Fall by Tom Fallwell

Where Shadows Fall by Tom Fallwell

The Rangers of Laerean are the protectors of the people, the heroes of Hir. Their exploits are legendary and their great deeds recounted in tales across the ages. These are the stories that will be told for generations. The Rangers face their greatest challenge when they discover that a horrific and deadly dragon is wreaking destruction and death throughout the land of Hir. But the dragon is not their only worry, as it […]

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Posted 4th March 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments