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Sheik of Mars, Ben Wheeler

Sheik of Mars

Can a man save his true love from the tyrant of Mars?
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Diverse Similarity, Sharon Rose

Diverse Similarity

An enemy—or a friend? No way to know except the forbidden touch of an alien mind.
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Courage, Lauren H. Salisbury

Courage

In a galaxy where Esarelian rule is absolute, one woman defies the empire in order to save her son’s life.
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The Tremblers, Raquel Byrnes
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The Tremblers

Branded as traitors, Ashton and Charlotte brave the treacherous floating sky ports of Outer City to hunt down an elusive inventor.
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“Crack open this rip-roaring tale of post-apocalyptic steampunk peril.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Freedom's Heroes, Celesta Thiessen

Freedom’s Heroes

Two couples are forced into marriage, tasked with saving everyone, and sent away on the former prison starship, Freedom.
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The Bachelor Missions, Jes Drew

The Bachelor Missions

The good guys, the bad guys, and the wild card. It’s the ultimate game of cloak and dagger.
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Walking on the Sea of Clouds, Gray Rinehart
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Walking on the Sea of Clouds

Two pioneering couples are determined to survive and succeed in this near-future technological drama of the first permanent lunar colony.
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“This novel’s style is literary, its pacing episodic, its science hard as a vacuum.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Ending Fear, Deanna Fugett

Ending Fear

One teen must bravely face the insanity of the Gliding Lands to rescue a young girl from the harems.
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Contagion, Marcy G. Dyer

Contagion

Weaponized rabies and power-hungry politicians make for a deadly combination. Zombies roam the earth. Three families stand to lose everything.
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Infusion, Alyssa Thiessen

Infusion

When an ordinary girl is brought from death, she discovers horrifying creatures determined to invade the human dimension.
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The Null Prophecy, Michael Guillen

The Null Prophecy

Space weather scientists in Northeast Canada have spotted holes opening in Earth’s magnetosphere.
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Whispers in the Dark, Pam Jernigan

Whispers In The Dark

She’s a preschool teacher. He’s kind of a zombie. It would never work.
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Outbreak, Joshua C. Chadd

Outbreak

Two brothers try to survive the end of the world with their faith and humanity intact.
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Day Moon, Brett Armstrong
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Day Moon

Eluding the authorities, one teen holds the past and future’s key.
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“An intriguing masterpiece of character relationships, marked by deception and betrayal, displays authentic human interactions and motivations on the story’s canvas.” — Lorehaven Magazine
The Remnant, William Michael Davidson

The Remnant

Colton Pierce apprehends Abberants who display symptoms of faith. Then he learns his own son is targeted for extraction.
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Skipjack and the Baleful Banshee, Geoffrey Keith Werner

Skipjack and the Baleful Banshee

Pilot-Captain Jack Anders, his patrol ship crew, and med-rescue team stumble into a clandestine war between galactic governments.
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Harvest of Prey, Alexander Preston

Harvest Of Prey

A team of naturalists find themselves face to face with an abomination spawned by unimaginable evil.
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Nick Newton Is Not a Genius, S. E. M. Ishida
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Nick Newton is Not a Genius

Nick Newton is an ordinary boy from a family of extraordinary geniuses, but that doesn’t stop him from making his own discoveries—whether they be unusual inventions or unexpected friendships.
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“Children and grown-ups alike will be charmed by this gentle, creative tale.” — Lorehaven Magazine
A Time to Rise, Nadine Brandes

A Time To Rise

Parvin Blackwater is dead. At least that’s what the Council—and the world—thinks.
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Jupiter Storm, C.J. Darlington

Jupiter Storm

Light and darkness blur as two young women stand on the brink of an interplanetary war.
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Sparrow, Mandy Fender

Sparrow

As an army rises, so does one girl’s faith … and it will change everything.
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The Word Endangered, Steve Rzasa

The Word Endangered

A conspiracy threatens to unravel the progress the Five Realms made in the last decade. Not to mention, strain the development of Zarco and Ria’s marriage.
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Monster, Mirriam Neal

Monster

In 2053, WorldCure scientist Eva Stewart’s medical career becomes a nightmare when she discovers writing on her Subject’s cell wall. “I still have a soul.”
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Frayed, Kerry Nietz
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Frayed

When an atypical chore brings debutter ThreadBare into contact with Sandfly and HardCandy, things get complicated.
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“This slow-burning psychological drama holds rich rewards for those who unravel its thematic threads.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Circumnavigation of Shatterworld by Lelia Rose Foreman

Circumnavigation Of Shatterworld

When sixteen-year-old Rejoice returns from her mission in space, she volunteers to join her family in a year-long sea voyage around New Earth.
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Pacifists' War by Lelie Rose Foreman

Pacifists’ War

Thirty-one-year old Rejoice has followed her missionary husband to an island of vicious aliens. Conflict ensues when a new group of settlers land on New Earth and violate every established rule of the pacifist colony.
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Edge of Oblivion by Joshua A. Johnston

Edge Of Oblivion

With hopes for civilization’s survival dwindling, Commander Jared Carter is sent to pursue an unlikely lead: a collection of ancient alien religious fragments which may – or may not – hold the key to their salvation.
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An Ember in Time, Anna M Aquino

An Ember In Time

In a time where Pastor Jon Stevens feels like he has lost his hope, one divine encounter will change his life.
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Pale Blue Scratch, Jay DiNitto

Pale Blue Scratch

Elisabeth Reese, journalist, professor, and joke-cracking nun, has one goal: to rebuild a failed time machine in alternate history San Francisco.
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Ascent of the Nebula

A window to the past will not prepare Adan for what the future holds.
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Synthetic Genesis, Vista Townsend

Synthetic Genesis

They were her creation meant for peace, but they became the empire’s weapons.
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The Crossover Alliance Anthology Volume Two

The 2nd anthology from The Crossover Alliance
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Namesake: The Destiny Trilogy, part 2 by A.C. Williams

Namesake: The Destiny Trilogy, Part Two

Xander and her friends onboard the bounty hunter ship, Prodigal, risk their lives to recover the derelict spaceship that could restore the shattered pieces of her memory. No one realizes what that decision will cost them.
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Diary of a Robot, Lewis Jenkins

Diary Of A Robot

Robotics Law One: “Do no harm to people or property through action or inaction.” Intelligent machines have a large problem: What is harm?
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A Time To Speak

What happens when you live longer than you wanted to? Parvin Blackwater wanted to die, but now she’s being called to be a leader. The only problem is, no one wants to follow.
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The Hive by John Otte

The Hive

Zain’s people want to reclaim her and terminate her pregnancy. And both the Ministrix and the Praesidium, two intergalactic governments in a constant state of cold war, want Zain’s baby for their own reasons.
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The Falling Away, Cliff Ball

The Falling Away

Christians are hunted down, a race war in the U.S. might happen, and an artificially created virus spreads across the world.
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BEAST by Mark Carver

Beast

One slip, one mistake, and hell breaks loose above the storm-swept water.
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Black Earth: End Of The Innocence

Three individuals find themselves shaken from their everyday lives when the stars begin to fall and wreak havoc and destruction upon Earth.
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The Crossover Alliance Anthology: Volume One

The first short story anthology by The Crossover Alliance, the world’s first publisher dedicated to edgy Christian speculative fiction.
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