Futiquity by Matthew R. Kennedy

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Gamers and Gods: AES
Matthew Kennedy

A demigod fights for Earth's freedom in the mind of a computer as two pantheons fight for the right to guide the future of humans. But can Asklepios Homer's "Blameless Physician" defeat the The Devourer of Millions?
AES is the story of a man who wakes up after 3,000 years to find himself thrust into a fight for the independence of Earth from the control of alien superbeings.
His battle is real and the stakes are real, but he will fight in a simulated battlefield in the memory of...






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The Pharaoh's Destiny (Pharaoh Queens Trilogy Book 1)
Markie Madden

The year is 1477 B.C.E. and history is about to change…
Hatshepsut, the Great King’s Wife, is thrust into a world of intrigue and politics when her husband, Pharaoh Thutmose, dies suddenly, leaving Egypt with an heir who is barely two years old. The Queen must step into the role of leader, and there are few whom she can trust.
When Hatshepsut is crowned as Pharaoh, she grooms her daughter, Neferure, to take the place of heir, rather than Thutmose’s infant son from another woman....


The Dragon's Tomb (The Baiulus Series Book 4)
Darren Lewis

For two thousand years they have waited.
For one who will wake them.
For one who will lead them.
For one who will wage war.
It will not be who they expected.
The past has been revealed and Ellie has joined forces with Eleanor, an older version of herself who saved the world and has lived for thousands of years (in The Seren Trilogy).
Their plan is dangerous and the path treacherous. But to confront the Institute caution must be cast aside, as Eleanor infiltrates the enemy...


Re-cast (Casting Couch Book 2)
Michael J Kerwood

The Casting Couch quintet .
This is a story about three cottages. They sit adjacent in an isolated lane in North Wales, UK. In their time they have had many occupants, some of them have left of their own free will, and some of them... haven’t.
The first book replicates the immediate existence of our four main protagonists, who, for the first few pages, are very much two dimensional until Dogleg Lane and its three cottages stamp their illogical influence upon them.
The four...


Never Meant To Be
Stephen Seitz

An accident with H.G. Wells’ time machine strands Cynthia Kenyon in London, 1882. Utterly alone, the prisoner of Professor James Moriarty, there is but one name from the period Cynthia knows: Sherlock Holmes. What she could not know is how powerful an attraction she would feel for Holmes’ partner, the handsome Dr. John Watson. Cynthia faces a number of dangerous choices on this unique journey: allow the 19th century’s great criminal mastermind to plunder the centuries? Give up her...


TraVerses: Poems by Ron Shaw
Ron Shaw

Poetry commands the singular ability to lay one prostrate and bare before the reader, giving safe refuge to words and thoughts of depth excavated from crevices yet explored deep within the poet. I find no other form of writing to be so utterly and beautifully invasive.
The poems that follow are my second collection of published poetry. My initial traverse into the
purest of all literature, poetry, Without From Within, has surpassed my greatest expectations. It has been wellreceived....