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Space Ranger Fred and The Umbrella Rescue by Matt Newnham

Fred, Jupiter the dog, Zando, and Emperor Gandori are back in a fun adventure with plenty of laughter as well as a lesson that every child needs to learn.
 
6yearold Fred Sanders has a secret. Fred is the youngest Space Ranger in the Universe and with his comic book hero, Zando Centauri, he saves the day by doing things that only 6yearolds can do.
 
On a wet and rainy day, Space Ranger Fred blasts off from planet earth with Zando Centauri to travel to the planet Jambori to...


Cobalt: The First in the Trinity Series Novels by CG Blade

Rising up from the dead to find out the life you once knew is gone forever could be quite a shock, unless you are Cobalt that is. A genetically modified re-engineered wounded patriot finds herself thrust forward into a world surrounded by greed, corruption, and tyranny. This first Trinity Series novel is a twisting, turning, story of regeneration, retribution, and renewal.


The Singularity magazine (Issue 3) by various

The Singularity is a new speculative fiction magazine, based in London, England, that publishes short stories that are singular in voice and style.
Issue 3 features another ten stories from awardwinning and new writers from around the world, including our first translated piece and our first collaborated story:
The Shackles of Memory, by Mjke Wood
Bee Futures, by Vaughan Stanger
Mission Creep, by David Galef
Waters of Lethe, by Ian Sales
Islands of Light in a Sea of...


Mindclone: When you're a brain without a body, can you still be by David T. Wolf

BREAKING NEWS: MINDCLONE A FINALIST FOR BOOK OF THE YEAR IN SCIENCE FICTION in the Independent Authors Network
WHEN YOU’RE A BRAIN WITHOUT A BODY, CAN YOU STILL BE CALLED HUMAN?
Marc Gregorio wakes up paralyzed. He can’t feel his own body. Accident? Stroke? Did someone slip him an overdose of Botox? The answer, he discovers, is much, much worse. He’s only a copy of Marc, a digital brain without a body, burdened with all Marc’s human memories, but without access to human sensual...


Mother of Wolves (Evalyce Worldshaper Book 1) by J. Aislynn d'Merricksson

It is a year of awakening and change for Kalla kyl’Solidor the Wolf Who Sleeps.
After Kalla's home is attacked by a fire wyvern, she is set on a harsh path to selfdiscovery. With the future of their world at stake, Kalla and her magister set on a journey that will shake the foundation of De Sikkari and carve their destiny.
From the depths of Xibalba to the plains of Arkkadia, and the soaring heights of the sky continent of Argoth, they journey to claim their rightful place in the...


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