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The Line Between, Tosca Lee
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The Line Between

Cult escapee Wynter Roth finds herself face-to-face with the apocalypse her former cult taught her to fear all her life.
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“Tosca Lee’s thriller quests toward truth among apocalyptic madness.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Rhats Too!, Kerry Nietz

Rhats Too!

“Frohic again. Listen, I got home to find squatters living in my family’s hovel and no clue as to where father, mother, and the rest of the family went.”
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Auxland, M. B. Aznoe

Auxland

Khomar finds his homecoming marred by old prejudices and rivalries.
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Enclave, Thomas Locke
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Enclave

Fifty years after America’s collapse, Caleb has a plan that could help secure his enclave’s future.
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“Think Louis L’amour meets The Hunger Games–lite with a sprinkle of X-Men.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Nick Newton: The Highest Bidder, S. E. M. Ishida

Nick Newton: The Highest Bidder

Nick Newton dodges mechanical baby strollers, fencing sisters, and auction bids, all as he’s trying to help his friend put his android back together.
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Etherno: Rise of the Dragongirl, Aaron DeMott

Etherno: Rise of the Dragongirl

Onin’s life is changed when he meets a mysterious new student with a fiery dual dragon nature.
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Conviction, Lauren H. Salisbury

Conviction

On a planet where Esarelian rule is slowly crushing all resistance, two humans learn to trust God, and each other, with every secret they have left.
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Thoughtreal, Michael Gryboski
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Thoughtreal

Two people who have developed the power to bend reality with their minds have come to the Washington, DC metropolitan area for mysterious reasons.
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“. . . An intricate narrative that avoids potential tropes while touching on issues like ancient racial conflicts and shallow modern relationships . . .” — Lorehaven Magazine
For Us Humans, Steve Rzasa
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For Us Humans

A disillusioned believer must help a Christ-seeking alien solve the art theft of the century.
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“. . . A complex fusion of intergalactic conspiracy, prejudice erasure, redemption narrative, and call to personal revival.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Fraught, Kerry Nietz

Fraught

After debugger ThreadBare’s master is assassinated, his implant goes haywire, terrorizing his mind with unpredictable pain.
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Bad Company, Joshua C. Chadd

Bad Company

Two brothers try to survive the end of the world with their faith and humanity intact.
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No Road Among the Stars, A. Walker Scott

No Road Among the Stars

In a world where humans are just one small part of the InterStellar Commonwealth, one young linguist has to find an unmapped road for his life.
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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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Rhats!, Kerry Nietz

Rhats!

A naive man-sized rat goes on a space adventure.
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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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Strength, Lauren H. Salisbury

Strength

In an Esarelian court rife with intrigue and prejudice, the Ra’hon’s daughter will need powerful allies to help protect her adopted human son.
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Experiment 93, R. S. Burghardt
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Experiment 93

Thomas knows the girl that he’s just met isn’t human—and she needs his help.
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“Good storytelling mechanics. . . . A light and enjoyable read.” — Lorehaven Magazine
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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Wolf Pack, Joshua C. Chadd

Wolf Pack

Two brothers try to survive the end of the world with their faith and humanity intact.
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Castaways, Jes Drew
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Castaways

When four youths are cast away on an apparently deserted island, they begin to realize they might not be so alone after all.
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“Younger readers will take delight in this light, sweet tale.” — Lorehaven Magazine
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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Battleborn, Joshua C. Chadd

Battleborn

Two brothers try to survive the end of the world with their faith and humanity intact.
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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
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Outbreak

Two brothers try to survive the end of the world with their faith and humanity intact.
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“Despite its violence, Outbreak will doubtless thrill readers who enjoy a good zombie yarn.” — Lorehaven Magazine
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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