A Listing of Science Fiction Titles



Trigram Cluster Funk
"The success of authors like Ian McDonald and William Gibson and the $1.5 billion plus the Matrix trilogy movies have earned worldwide suggests there’s a new trend on the horizon. It’s good news for martial arts lovers drawn to a strong female protagonist, readers hungry for the intellectual challe  ...[Read More]
Trinity
Trinity is the story of men and women where the lines between hero and villain are blurred, but are all linked by a common threat, the love for women that forever changed their lives and set them on the course they now find themselves on.   ...[Read More]
Troublemaker: April 3, 3153
In the mid-32nd century, kids still went to school, still had teachers, still had rivalries. They were pretty much the same as kids from any other century.Renee Goletsuki was not normal.   Renee had many problems fitting in with the other children at school. Since her parents we  ...[Read More]
True Age
Would you like to live for 300 years? The benevolent global government of LIV can help. With the miracle of Extender Technology, you can be a fit, healthy, sexy specimen for centuries. All that's required is a bit of genetic engineering, a daily dose of True Age Bromide and complete loy  ...[Read More]
Twilight Crossings II
Together again... Award-winning fantasy authors Jeanine Berry, Sheri L. McGathy, Shannah Biondine, and Jeanne Allen reunite to bring you TWILIGHT CROSSINGS II, another extraordinary anthology born within the enchanted realms of twilight.   ...[Read More]
Twin Suns
Twin Suns is science fiction, with a fair amount of humor in it. It is action-adventure but it doesn't take itself too seriously. It has lots of explosions and lots of jokes. It's a bit like a Michael Bay movie, but with well-written dialogue and strict adherence to the laws of physics. It follows t  ...[Read More]
TWISTED PASSION
General Gavin Theron is a difficult man to say no to. So after a rocky but passionate courtship, Doctor Harlan Ambrose has finally agreed to live with him. There’s just one catch; marriage is out of the question.  ...[Read More]
Twisted Tails - One
Writing short stories is not easy. The reason it isn't easy is because they are short. The writer is still charged with producing living characters who have personalities: good, bad, or milksop. Add to that a dynamic narrative that gives you, the reader, an opportunity to see, hear, feel, smell, and  ...[Read More]
Twisted Tails - Two - Volume I
Does time exist as a separate dimension? Does it have a unique place with definable limits in space? Does it move independently according to its own purpose? Or does it only move when other things move, completely dependent on prevailing conditions and binding dimensions in its surrounding space-a c  ...[Read More]
Twisted Tails IV
TWISTED TAILS IV: Fantastic Flights of Fantasy is overflowing with some of the strangest fantasies you’re likely to find on-or off this planet. So, watch yourself...there be dragons here. And vampires. And sorcerers bearing all sorts of mischief. Beasts, goblins and ghouls aplenty. And things that p  ...[Read More]
Twisted Tails IX
I suppose the first thing I need to do is define what Wunderkind means for this book. I’m pretty sure you’ve come across the word somewhere so you know a “normal” Wunderkind is a precocious child with mental capacities that are just a wee bit beyond amazing. A wonder (wunder). Here the Wunderkind  ...[Read More]
Twisted Tails Two - Volume II
Does time exist as a separate dimension? Does it have a unique place with definable limits in space? Does it move independently according to its own purpose? Or does it only move when other things move, completely dependent on prevailing conditions and binding dimensions in its surrounding space-a c  ...[Read More]
TWISTED TAILS V
The end of a day disastrous. The end of a cataclysmic century. The end of a fateful era. The falling apart of a fragile relationship. The fall of a fractured empire. The demise of a deal demonic. Plans gone awry. Your final fight for that last breath. "Aaaaaaaagh...." Okay, how poetic can a l  ...[Read More]
Twisted Tails VI
As we launch into this sixth book of the TWISTED TAILS anthology series, I am reminded of Michael Crichton’s debut novel, THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN. Why? Because his first and quite likely his best published novel gave us a look at the possible and horrendous result of the introduction into our happy lit  ...[Read More]
Twisted Tails VII
Irreverence? What’s that? Well, that all depends on how the word is used. The context, you know. Irreverence is not limited to what many people think-something to do with religion, although that can be a large part of it. Nope, it is a big   ...[Read More]
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