Science Fiction

Cover art for Invasion of the Bookie Sniffer showing a green alien on the front of an old book.

Invasion of the Bookie Sniffer
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An alien life form is banished from the mother-ship and sent to observe a passing planet. The planet just happens to be Earth. When the alien arrives it mutates and winds up in the New York Public Library. It changes into a paper eating monster with a taste for rare books. Will the entire collection of antique volumes be consumed, or will the invader be stopped before the last page has been swallowed?

Cover art for Worldfall showing a spaceship hovering over a planet.

WORLDFALL
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The captain of an interstellar space ship was on his last mission: a deep space voyage to a newly discovered planet. When the captain and the crew land, they encounter a hostile environment filled with carnivorous plants, hybrid bat fish, and living sand dunes.

Cover art for Ripped River showing the skull of a mastodon in a field.

Ripped River
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Roland Hike drove his steamboat through a strange fog in the dark. When the boat came out on the other side it was in complete daylight. Captain Hike couldn’t recognize this stretch of the river. When he went ashore to investigate he stepped onto a different world. One populated with animals from another age. Hike went back through the fog. The captain told his boss what happened. Once proof was established, a plan to conduct hunting trips to the place was hatched. All this lead to a hunting expedition—involving H. G. Wells and Buffalo Bill Cody—in search of a creature hunted to extinction thousands of years ago.

Cover art for Killer App showing a creature coming out of a phone screen.

Killer App
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A cosmic ray falls to Earth and adheres to a piece of skin. The infused skin merges with a microchip. The chip finds its way into a smart-phone. The device arrives at the home of a drug dealer. DNA from the dealer bonds with digital awareness. Machine learning modules form behavioral patterns. The machine condemns the man to death. Detective Brittany Magnusson is called to investigate and she becomes involved in a bizarre turn of events.

Cover art for Rockfall showing a fiery asteroid falling toward Earth.

ROCKFALL
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Amateur astronomer Nicole Cielinski makes a startling discovery: an object has broken free of the asteroid belt and is on a collision course with Earth. Incoming data reveals the asteroid is actually two objects that have fused together. A rock as big as the state of Texas is approaching. The world comes together to defeat the menace but the stress is too much for people to take. It is up to a handful of brave astronauts and a small army of automated workers to save the planet.

Cover art for Nuke Rogers showing a rocket launching pad.

Nuke Rogers
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Wade Rogers was management material from the beginning. He’d been genetically altered to be a supervisor. On his first day on the job, the nuclear plant he was in charge of melted down. Wade survived but his cells were saturated with high levels of radiation. After being promoted to the space division, Wade received an assignment: pilot a space craft on a mining expedition. This was just the beginning of his troubles.

Cover art for Brain Storm showing a woman and man in time zone.

Brain Storm
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Valery Baker felt responsible for her mothers death. If she would’ve stood her ground, Elizabeth Baker would not have seen the genealogy website presentation. Elizabeth Baker learned the horrific truth about a distant relative and died that night. Valery needed to forget. She took a side job as a test subject in a neurological experiment. Valery met Dr. Matthew Deshpendi. Together, Valery and Matthew unlock a secret buried deep in the recesses of Valery’s mind and righted a wrong.

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