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Category: Science Fiction / Fantasy

Scout Selection: Cold Solar

Cold Solar A dark and gritty dystopian sword epic.   Earth colonized Mars but she treated her own pioneers as slaves for personal greed. They dug too deep into the Martian rock and discovered a weapon. Now they’re coming back years later to bring vengeance. Caught up in the war is Mark Bowen, a pro-swordfighter with a twisted sense of sarcastic humor and a hidden secret buried deep within his […]

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Legends of Elera

Legends of Elera: Voices A Noblebright Fantasy for Teens.   “Whether you choose magic or madness, you can’t save the world from itself.” – Auntie Mitra The Ancients have turned their backs on a corrupt and unjust society, leaving chaos, death and ruin in their wake. A new magic, one born of nature to balance the chaos, rises to replace the old, while the old will stop at nothing in […]

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Facade (Transmutation Book 1)

Facade (Transmutation Book 1) A shocking new species hiding in plain sight.   An ordinary undercover assignment on Sector Port 8 goes critical for Galactic Intelligence Agents Hunter and Trash when a peculiar encounter ends with a woman becoming deathly ill. Hunter, an experimental Human and Trash, his long-eared, horned partner, realize she is not one of the known species. When her condition worsens, they take her to the Alleviators […]

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Runes and Relics

Runes and Relics New discoveries await, from enigmatic relics in a historic ruin to a long-hidden room behind a door marked with runes.   So many adventures, so little time! After discovering the portal to the gnome world, Lana develops a taste for adventure, but dividing her time between both worlds means missing half the excitement. The Amulet Team is leaving Shadowglade on a mission to the barrier zone, and […]

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Scout Selection: Damaged Beyond All Recognition

Damaged Beyond All Recognition (Infinity’s Trinity Book 1) A love triangle fights to preserve eternity   Paul Tomenko is no stranger to the improbable. He became a magazine sweepstakes winner and renowned counterculture writer by age 19. Now he’s traveling to and from God’s library somewhere outside the Universe to prevent the end of eternity. And if his task wasn’t hard enough, he must enlist the help of his two […]

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Life in the North: An Apocalyptic LitRPG

Life in the North: An Apocalyptic RPG Novel When John wakes up, the world has changed with game notifications, levels and worse of all, monsters.   All John wanted to do was get away for his life in Kluane National Park for a weekend. Hike, camp and chill. Instead, the world comes to an end in a series of blue boxes, animals start evolving and monsters start spawning. Now, he […]

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99 Cent Science Fiction & Fantasy Books for October

99 Cent Science Fiction & Fantasy Books for October   Check out this excellent collection of science fiction and fantasy titles hosted on SFF Book Bonanza! Multiple genres, and each title is only 99 cents! Subgenres include Space Opera, Military Science Fiction, Dystopian & Post-apocalyptic, Cyberpunk & Steampunk, Science Fiction Romance, Epic Fantasy/Swords & Sorcery, Urban Fantasy, Horror & Dark Fantasy, Fables & Mythology, Fantasy & Paranormal Romance, and more. […]

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Review: The Time Bender

The Time Bender An alien teen fantasy adventure   Debra Chapoton’s The Time Bender starts out as a classic misfit story featuring Selina, an awkward teen who most definitely does not fit in. For one thing, her skin has an unnatural blue tint. She has a special needs little brother and the neighbor boy is a good friend, but not a boyfriend. Selina is far too socially awkward for that, […]

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Terms of Enlistment

Terms of Enlistment A new addition to the great military sci-fi tradition of Robert Heinlein, Joe Haldeman, and John Scalzi.   The year is 2108, and the North American Commonwealth is bursting at the seams. For welfare rats like Andrew Grayson, there are only two ways out of the crime-ridden and filthy welfare tenements, where you’re restricted to two thousand calories of badly flavored soy every day: You can hope to […]

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