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Kissing Demons by Jen Winters

Kissing Demons by Jen Winters

I’ve been a Guardian for 800 years, and sometimes, even us immortals need a vacation. So when my big sister calls and tells me I’m off for two weeks, I take the opportunity to visit my favorite place: The Hunter’s Moon, a bar for supernaturals only. There’s a few things I want to accomplish while I’m not working: get a grimoire, find a little temporary fun, and make a friend. I did not […]

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Posted 4th March 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Forestium by Christopher D. Morgan

Forestium by Christopher D. Morgan

Joshua, a young woodsman, is approaching the age of decision. Despite the tales of his father having died in a skirmish with another tribe, Joshua’s dreams are telling him otherwise. The young man yearns for the truth and decides to enlist the help of his village elder to guide him. Armed with little more than the cryptic musing from the ailing elder, Joshua sets off to find the Oracle with his best friend […]

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Posted 4th March 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Rhuna, Keeper of Wisdom by Barbara..

Rhuna, Keeper of Wisdom by Barbara Underwood

In the distant past, when a utopian civilization built the pyramids and other megalithic structures using magical powers, a young girl named Rhuna learns the truth about her father and the enemy that caused his demise. The idyllic civilization in which she flourishes and finds love is threatened by this old nemesis and only Rhuna possesses the special inherited skills to stop him. About IndieSFfantasy

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Posted 19th February 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

The OOPArt by T.J. Wolf

The OOPArt by T.J. Wolf

On a secretive night dive off the coast of Maui in 1975, marine biologist Kalinda Earle accidentally discovers an Out-Of-Place-Artifact on the seafloor, triggering a historic tsunami. Rescued along with a cruise ship survivor by a conspiracy-minded ex-Navy SEAL, they embark together on a worldwide quest to discover its origin and purpose, pursued by U.S. Special Forces, agents of a power hungry conglomerate known as THULE, and alien observers–all striving to possess its […]

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Posted 18th February 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

The Sabbath by Arthur Nsenga

The Sabbath by Arthur Nsenga

Would you rather suffer for eternity, or die peacefully? What if you had no choice? The morning after witnessing a spectacular meteorite shower, Cory and his girlfriend Lana didn’t expect to wake up immortal. News bulletins claim the meteorites have released a chemical compound called ATHENS which has caused mutations in the human race. The twisted outcome has left people unable to die but with an increased sensitivity to pain. Now with the […]

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Posted 11th February 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments


Daughter of Zeus by Red Harvey

Daughter of Zeus by Red Harvey

The future can be a terrifying prospect, especially when Ada Freyr discovers she can manipulate electricity. Ada is grief-stricken when her abilities result in the death of her husband and terrified of being discovered by the Prominent-run State. Unusual citizens are labeled Undesirable, and are never seen again. Ada drives to Atlanta, intent on finding her father. She blames everything that’s happened on him, and vows to kill him for ruining her life. However, […]

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Posted 10th February 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

The Girl from the North by Cat Bru..

The Girl from the North by Cat Bruno

When a dark stranger, beautiful and haunting, approaches the flame-haired girl on a solitary stretch of beach, she senses that her life at the Healer's Academy is about to change. As his hands reach for her forehead, gliding across it with intimacy and purpose, suddenly, she remembers who he is, and who he has been. Yet, still, Bronwen wonders why she was chosen and fears what the mysterious man's presence in her life […]

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Posted 9th February 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Jessie Delacroix and the Sanctum o..

Jessie Delacroix and the Sanctum of Shadows  by Constance Barker

When Jessie and her friends witness the grisly aftermath of three unusual murders, they enter a realm unlike any they’ve ever known in search of answers. Jessie’s still getting used to seeing her dear departed Mother and Granny in spirit form, along with the neighboring shape shifter. However, three mysterious doorways in the Inn’s basement promise more adventure, more mystery…and more newly-discovered abilities. Will Jessie, her friends Cammy Jo and Ginny, her little Beagle […]

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Posted 3rd February 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Sea of Dreams by S L Moffitt

Sea of Dreams by S L Moffitt

Sea of Dreams is a book of beginnings, beginnings of journeys, beginnings of knowledge beginnings of transformation. And all these beginnings have their origin in a single question: What does it mean to be ‘alive’? This question is at the heart of Wong Anming’s journey through a future China that is prosperous and successful on the surface, yet struggling to contain both new and old forces that threaten it. Anming must accept her […]

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Posted 31st January 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

When Disconnected by Christine Jay..

When Disconnected by Christine Jayne Vann

What connects you to reality, culture, time, and yourself? This eclectic collection of eight short stories explores disconnect across an interesting range of scenerios and genres. These “tales to tug at the readers’ hearts and broaden their minds” will give you a glimpse “under the surface of normality”. About IndieSFfantasy

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Posted 20th January 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Willem of the Tafel by Hans Hirsch..

Willem of the Tafel by Hans Hirschi

The world we know is gone, destroyed by greed and ignorance. On a post-apocalyptic Earth, centuries into the future, few have survived the great war. Some have taken refuge deep inside a mountain. One of them, Willem, is exiled to the surface… Struggling to survive, alone, Willem embarks on an epic journey, making a discovery that could alter the future of humanity, once again. About IndieSFfantasy

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Posted 20th January 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

The Crimson Claymore by Craig A. P..

The Crimson Claymore by Craig A. Price jr.

The brave warrior Searon is haunted by the deaths of his wife and children at the hands of the savage reptilian draeyks, who are on a bloodthirsty rampage. He walks the land of Calthoria alone and thirsty for vengeance. He hunts the creatures down one by one, showing no mercy. But Searon is a one-man army—and no match for the legions of murderous draeyks. Lucky for him, the powerful wizard Karceoles finds him […]

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Posted 18th January 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

The Secret King – Lethao by ..

The Secret King – Lethao by Dawn Chapman

Kendro, King of the Aonise, can do nothing to prevent their sun from collapsing, consuming their home planet Letháo in a single fiery blast. Running out of time and options, he evacuates the entire population, setting off into the unknown galaxy in four crowded ships. Under constant danger from their ancient enemy, the Zefron, treasonous dissent seeps into his inner circle. Threatened inside and out, Kendro struggles with who to trust, until a […]

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Posted 8th January 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Rarity from the Hollow by Robert E..

Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleton

Lacy Dawn’s father relives the Gulf War, her mother’s teeth are rotting out, and her best friend is murdered by the meanest daddy on Earth. Life in The Hollow isn’t great. But Lacy has one advantage — she’s been befriended by a semi-organic, semi-robot who works with her to cure her parents. He wants something in exchange, though. It’s up to Lacy Dawn to save the Universe. To prepare Lacy for her coming […]

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Posted 8th January 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 3 Comments

Jubilee Year: A Novel by Gerard O&..

Jubilee Year: A Novel by Gerard O’Neill

What if the world were about to end, but they weren’t going to tell you? Eighteen-year-old Storm lives in a small country town in Australia, next to one of the most famous telescopes in the world. When he falls for Penny, the daughter of the chief scientist at the observatory, he discovers a global conspiracy of silence. He learns a mini-star system approaches Earth, and the penalty for any scientist who talks about […]

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Posted 17th December 2015 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Home: Interstellar by Ray Strong

Home: Interstellar by Ray Strong

No one believed Meriel when she said the attack on her home ship, the Princess, was piracy: there had not been a reported piracy in a century, and she was just a twelve year-old kid. But Meriel knew that pirates slaughtered her parents and friends and only she could find a safe home for her sister and the surviving orphans. Ten years later, Meriel still suffers from PTSD symptoms and struggles to carve […]

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Posted 15th December 2015 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

The Perennial Migration by Dominik..

The Perennial Migration by Dominik Marcel Kirtaime

The year is 3010, the human race divided; the new breed living inside the World Administration dome network and outside the older breed. A pandemic, broken out throughout the dome network by a corrosion in the citizens' wrist chips, is causing the planet to die. Whether the outbreak was accidental or intentional, either way the reptilian race stood to gain from such an apocalypse. With most metal resources now the property of the […]

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Posted 14th December 2015 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

The Experiencers by Val Tobin

The Experiencers by Val Tobin

Agency black ops assassin, Michael Valiant, deals death without question. He knows it’s all in the name of duty and the fight against terror, particularly at a time when the earth is as close as it’s ever been to self-destructing. But when his orders include silencing members of a UFO group who look less like terrorists and more like housewives and UFO buffs, he decides to do some digging. His curiosity arouses the […]

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Posted 14th December 2015 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments

Time Trap by Richard Smith

Time Trap by Richard Smith

Who was the mysterious Hector Lightfoot? What was he up to when he disappeared, and who were the two ghosts once seen in his house in London? Jamie and Todd, two 13-year-olds, are destined to find out when they go to stay with Jamie’s Uncle Simon, an historian, who now lives in that very house. Soon after they arrive, Jamie has a frightening encounter with the two ghosts. Hector, a veteran from the […]

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Posted 14th December 2015 by IndieSFfantasy / Books 0 Comments