Competitive Fauna: A Collection of Short Stories

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Competitive Fauna, A Collection of Short Stories by Lela E. Buis.

Author, Lela Buis has compiled an anthology of short stories that are enticing to the speculative, futuristic genre. Each of the six stories is unique, but all carry a common thread, love is entwined in the narrative.

She provides interesting, but plausible perspectives . . . → Read More: Competitive Fauna: A Collection of Short Stories

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Writer (Daughter of Time Book 2)

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Writer (Daughter of Time Book 2)

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In this second installment of the Daughter of Time series, author Erec Stebbins continues the saga of Ambra Dawn, The Daughter of Time.

This is a tale of survival and cooperation between species and races, an account of hatred, vengeance and annihilation. But woven throughout is . . . → Read More: Writer (Daughter of Time Book 2)

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The Torturer’s Daughter

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The Torturer’s Daughter The dystopian society is startling and frightening in its simplicity. Internal Defense rules with an iron fist to ensure no “dissidents” have an impact on the complicity of citizens. However, human nature, being what it is, has other plans. The commonly held belief is that dissidents were guilty if picked up . . . → Read More: The Torturer’s Daughter

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Preorder – From Thine Own Well

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This Post has been updated as From Thine Own Well has now been released.

From Thine Own Well, Norm Hamilton’s new novel about a dystopian future Canadian society, is available now

Be one of the first of your friends to receive a copy of From Thine Own Well.

Order your signed copy now.

Expected . . . → Read More: Preorder – From Thine Own Well

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Train to Nowhere

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Train to Nowhere

“This is your destiny, your world, oh Orphan. You cannot escape.”

With this sub-title Gloria Piper sets up a dystopian future where a caste system rules the planet. Admins are at the top of the chain with Landeds and Orphans finding their place respectively. Separate from them all are the . . . → Read More: Train to Nowhere

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