Checkpoint

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Checkoint by Joel Fishbane Joel Fishbane’s novel “The Thunder of Giants” is available from St. Martin’s Press. His short fiction has been published in a variety of magazines, including On Spec, the Saturday Evening Post, […]

No Do-Overs

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No Do-Overs By Andrew Rucker Jones Andrew Rucker Jones is a former IT dweeb and American expatriate living in Germany with his Georgian wife and their three children. His greatest literary achievement to date is […]

The Doomsday Virus

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The Doomsday Virus by Arthur Pitchenik Arthur Pitchenik is a retired professor of medicine with many published research articles in top medical Journals on infectious diseases. Dr. Herman Vildeshreck was a genius with a vendetta […]

Winter Star

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Winter Star by M. C. Tuggle M. C. Tuggle is a life-long tinkerer and science geek now retired from the insurance industry, where he worked in project management and operations research. His science fiction, fantasy, […]

Learning Curve

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Learning Curve By Andrew Rucker Jones Andrew Rucker Jones is a former IT dweeb and American expatriate living in Germany with his Georgian wife and their three children. His greatest literary achievement to date is […]

The Right Answer

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The Right Answer by James A. Miller During the day, James A. Miller works as Director of Engineering helping his team to make the machines do what they are supposed to. At night, he spends […]

Marrak’s Chest

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Marrak’s Chest by Bob Johnston When a locked star drive gifts the crew with virtual immortality Marrak and Guin discover that they have a long time to consider whether or not some gifts might be […]

Hope

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Hope by Jane Jago Website  –  Amazon – Facebook The Night Librarian   Jane Jago is an eccentric genre hopping pensioner, who writes and paints for enjoyment  and gets in terrible trouble because of her attitude. To […]

The Good, The Bad, and The Scaly

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The Good, The Bad, and The Scaly by Nikki Blakely Nikki Blakely enjoys writing fiction of all shapes, sizes and genres from her home in the San Francisco Bay Area. By day she is a mild-mannered commercial loan underwriter, but by […]

The Unexamined Life

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The Unexamined Life by John Willems   Is the Unexamined Life worth living? This government agency will look into it.   John Willems is a practicing attorney in West Virginia who writes speculative fiction on […]

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