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Wendy McAlpine

Wendy McAlpine

10 April at 02:44

Somewhere between YA , Speculative Fiction and Science Fiction the trilogy, "Tracker" starts with a gruesome wound and a harrowing chase. One reader said that it gave her nightmares. Yessssss! You can find the books on Amazon or look for the links on the author's website: http://trackertrilogy.com/

Blackrose Press

Blackrose Press

18 October at 23:36

I have always wondered what it would really be like to be a preternatural in a hostile human society. Always hiding one's true nature, having to tell the necessary lies so as to keep from being found out. More important, would each go it alone, or would there be some kind of support system--a coven, for example--the purpose of which is the preternaturals' means of protection and survival? Preternaturals then, are strangers to human society, and given humans'predilection towards murderous xenophobia, it is no wonder that, in The Underground, preternaturals have banded into groups for support. But what if a preternatural meets an alien--the strangest stranger to society of them all? How would they react? Would they feel a kind of camaraderie? Or would they be just as xenophobic as a human? The Underground explores these themes and more. Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble (print and ebook) Kobo, Smashwords, and many more. 5 and 4 star ratings. The reviewers say "you'll either love it or you'll hate it," and "I've never read anything like this before."

Blackrose Press

Blackrose Press

18 October at 23:35

I believe that bigotry is based on fear. Fear of not getting what one wants, fear of getting what one doesn't want, fear of The Other. Fear invariably turns to anger, and if not dealt with, hate. Hate, if left unchecked, leads to objectifying the target of one's hate. In human society, it means the target of one's hate becomes less than human, making it easier than ever to hate. Bigotry is a corruption of the soul. If left to fester and grow, bigotry, like a vicious parasite, will eventually destroy the host. That, in essence, is what the Moreva of Astoreth is about--one woman's bigotry, and how she is redeemed with the help and love of a man of the race she despises. I believe if more people would face their bigotries like the heroine in The Moreva of Astoreth, the world just might be a better place. Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble (print and ebook), Kobo, Smashwords, and many more. 5 and 4 star ratings. The reviewers say "a powerful fiction for a powerful concept," and "hard to put down."

Arjun Singh Rawat

Arjun Singh Rawat

9 October at 18:04

As the elections near, few people become vigorous to jump into fray. With a vow to change prevailing politics, to show novel path to society and to transform the thoughts of public, they dive but only few luckiest are able to cross the sea in their first attempt.
Contesting elections is an excellent venture, but mulling over a lot seriously and focussing on few tips, if one vowed to contest, he undoubtedly will give a tough fight to opponents. What hurdles, complications and challenges one has to counter while election campaigning and how these unpredicted occurrences should overcome, I try to visualise in my latest fiction “Hey I Know How to Contest Elections”. I think this book will be helpful very much for the contesting candidates and so interested for the readers as well. To know much about the elections tactics, click the following links for the book.

http://authorspressbooks.com/book_detail.php?preference=1264

http://www.amazon.in/dp/B07558TMS9

http://www.arjunhallabol.com

Michael Nkholo Makhura

Michael Nkholo Makhura

16 April at 15:35

God is all we need; in Him there is no want; His truth is our only means, truth worths more than the entire wealth of the whole planet earth, it cuts through treachery, rises above hypocrisy; it triumph against all trials overcoming tragedies to realise destiny in eternity.

Find out more, by reading about The Consciousness of True Righteousness from the book called The Ultimate Truth available for free on http://www.smashwords.com

http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/684006

Kiersten Hall

Kiersten Hall

5 December at 03:57

'CORNER CONFESSIONS'

Meet 14 individuals who have decided to clean at least one skeleton out of their closet by confiding in a complete stranger whom they meet at a local coffee shop. Unassuming and safe with no judgments passed, learn about these secrets first hand, as if you were a fly on the wall listening in during their confession.

Everyone has a secret. What’s yours? http://www.iauthor.uk.com/corner-confessions:21774

Meet Stella ~ She'll captivate you... Literally.

http://www.khallbooks.com/blog/2016/10/8/a-glimpse-into-stellas-secret

Joel Thimell

Joel Thimell

24 November at 00:35

"Long Road Out of Ur" is a Biblical fiction combined with a murder mystery, a coming-of-age adventure story and a heaping helping of social satire. Think of it as something like "Huckleberry Finn" crossed with "North by Northwest."

Philippa Rees

Philippa Rees

16 November at 18:17

A Shadow in Yucatan, a perfect stocking filler? Short enough to read before a late breakfast, deep enough to bring back an era of Bob Dylan and real dreaming. Men will learn about giving birth, childless women might find comfort!

Kimberly Scott

Kimberly Scott

20 February at 23:30

Check out The Collection: A Book of Short Stories. It contains horror, dystopis, historical fiction, and others. It is a great read on Amazon and Nook. Any reviews will be well-appreciated.

Tom Eakin

Tom Eakin

17 December at 22:16

(((Autobiography + Biography) + Storytelling)) + ((part exploration of a deceptively simple subject everyone on this planet is familiar with) X (thinks they understand)) + Science + Decision-Making + Relationships) X (Motivation/Coercion)) X Inspiration = Finding Success.

Scot Fin

Scot Fin

8 December at 20:58

For Ralph, from 'Ralph and the Girl From Mayfair Towers,' existing in different planes or dimensions while solving a mystery equals multiple genres.

Keely Brooke Keith

Keely Brooke Keith

21 November at 12:49

The Land Uncharted is the first book in the Uncharted series. Written like a historical, set like a scifi, and filled with romance, past and future are woven in this suspenseful story of a hidden land.

Lori James

Lori James

15 November at 15:13

Poetic Justice has something for everyone. There's murder, romance and something for pet lovers, too. Check out the reviews on Amazon. Thank you.

Colin Rutherford

Colin Rutherford

2 October at 10:24

Hi guys, Souls of the Never is the first instalment in a series called Tales of the Neverwar. It's an epic tale of romance and fantasy, with a sci-fi backdrop. I'd love any comments or reviews and I'm more than willing to repay the favour.

JF Hussey

JF Hussey

25 September at 09:32

The Point of Escape is best described as entrepreneurial fiction, but falls also in Humor, Contemporary and Suburban (but without much of the angst). It's one man's story of quitting the day job. Hope you enjoy!

S D Tanner

S D Tanner

22 September at 11:33

EVE OF THE HUNTER WARS

Many genres ... Dark Fantasy, Battle, Zombie, Post- apocalyptic
http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B00N70Q4DC/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1
CHECK IT OUT !!

Roy A Higgins

Roy A Higgins

6 September at 15:08

Satan's Whiskers straddles two genre's. It is the story of the rise and fall of a 1960's band and the murders which follow the band's movements.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=satan%27s%20whiskers&sprefix=satan%2Caps

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=satan%27s%20whiskers

Drew Briney

Drew Briney

4 September at 17:51

Moon 514: Blaze and the White Griffon is a thriller paced, magic infested, post apocalyptic space opera with uncommon vision.

John Battle

John Battle

2 September at 19:33

J.Battle
IN FAVOUR OF FOOLS is the first in my These Foolish Things series, featuring a socially inept P.I. who hates to travel, or fight, or deal with reality. Yet, somehow, he's going to have to take on the Stolys, travel to distant worlds, find the dead bodies, dance with aliens and, for one brief moment, become the richest man in the Universe

Jaime Buckley

Jaime Buckley

29 August at 22:53

I love the title of this theme =). Two books in my series jumped from fantasy to Sci-Fi and to my delight, it was the GIRLS who enjoyed this the most! I'm still stunned. The books are called, 'Trench Wars," and "The Truth About Lies." Both from Chronicles of a Hero series. Good feedback and a good start.

Laura Montgomery

Laura Montgomery

19 August at 01:11

The Sky Suspended is bourgeois, legal science fiction. It's a novel of asteroids past, crowds, lawyers and a starship.

It is the 22nd century and a generation has passed since asteroid scares led to the creation and launch of a single interstellar starship. The ship has returned, and brings with it video, data, statistics and visions of the blue and green world it has found.

Wendy Gillissen

Wendy Gillissen

9 August at 21:25

Epic fantasy, adventure, and spiritual novel in one, winner of three US awards for small press/ self-published authors ''Curse of the Tahiéra'' is a story of love, magic, and the power of compassion.
A Tzanatzi outcast and an Einache shaman are on the trail of an ancient curse.
Will they save their people from destruction?
Read a free sample on: http://assets.booklocker.com/pdfs/4021s.pdf

Andrew Sarkady

Andrew Sarkady

24 July at 17:48

I have received some wonderful reviews. Thank you to those who have read and enjoyed Ever-Life. I hope circulation continues to grow. Although the story has been categorized as speculative sci-fi, it is truly multi-genre. I hope you all take a moment and see if its for you.

Plot121

Plot121

5 July at 17:12

I have gotten pretty good reviews for my first book and hope you will like it as well. The Chap book has 121 poems of how a simple poet views the world around him. You may or my not agree with all that is said but I think you will like the book book as a whole. 15 years of poems are in this e book and is now on sale check it out.

Stuart Land

Stuart Land

21 June at 16:11

Do you really want something completely different? Every reviewer so far agrees, EPIPHANY, my multi-genre, speculative fiction novel is it.

Doctor Sam Enright and his geneticist wife, Dorinda, face turmoil in their small town when a dozen adolescent girls show up pregnant at Sam’s office—and they’re all virgins. When their own daughter falls victim to the same fate, the Enrights rush to Homeland Security for answers. As the questions multiply, they realize they’re at the vanguard of a worldwide epidemic. When events escalate, a disparate group of international doctors, scientists, and mothers-to-be are brought together at Dorinda’s genetics lab in Middle America. They race to find the cause and meaning of the mysterious pregnancies, but every discovery reveals a new, worse scenario, leaving humanity's very existence in question.

nail-biting Trailer: http://bit.ly/1gEMlHF

Amazon: http://bit.ly/17oDupq

Pat Sibley

Pat Sibley

20 June at 16:49

A Sort of Justice is a SF/detective novel featuring a half-human/half-alien main character.

Joe Hnida

Joe Hnida

19 June at 21:09

The Taste of Metal: A Novel - Denver, Colfax Avenue, Drugs, Legal Weed, A Rocky Mountain High, Romance, Drama, Humor, Transgressive fiction check it out. Thanks!

Barb Caffrey

Barb Caffrey

17 June at 20:51

My novel, AN ELFY ON THE LOOSE, straddles several genres -- humorous fantasy, mystery, romance, paranormal...and has been called "...a fresh and unexpected take on the urban fantasy genre with a charming and original protagonist" by bestselling author Rosemary Edghill.
A quick precis:

Bruno the Elfy and Sarah the young human girl aren't who they thought they were.

They thought they were very young, and had no magic. Wrong.

They thought they couldn't save themselves from a Dark Elf. Wrong again.

And they thought they were too young to fall in love . . . my goodness, were they ever wrong.

With a haunted house, ghost characters who matter, parallel universes, real magic, and Shakespearean allusions along with the above, how could AN ELFY ON THE LOOSE be anything but cross-genre? (And it's funny. Did I mention that yet?)

Justin Bienvenue

Justin Bienvenue

17 June at 19:41

Hey Everyone, my newest book of poetry, Like A Box of Chocolates straddles many different genres. Genres such as Horror, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Romance, Noir/Mystery, Suspense, Bizarro, and many more. Please feel free to check it out if it sounds like something you'd be interested in.

Scot Fin

Scot Fin

15 June at 16:27

Multiple genres, tell Ralph about that. Ralph from 'Ralph and the Girl From Mayfair Towers' started as a one genre type of guy, fiction as in a fictional character. Upon finding his mystical gift, however, he branched out to the paranormal genre. His ability to use this mystical gift to investigate threw him into the crime genre, with complications to evoke mystery and thriller genres. The three women in his life add many relationship issues to broaden out into a world of multiple genres for good natured Ralph to deal with. Without multiple genres, Ralph would have had a pretty easy life.

Norman E. Morrison

Norman E. Morrison

1 June at 19:18

Take a break with my Cowchip Alabama books. Just plug in "cowchip" to see them all on iAuthor. SF/Drama/Satire/Southern Humor. Life lessons in each book, but you have to dig for them. Have fun with Cowchip Alabama! My CHRISTMAS IN COWCHIP book below is the sequel to THE RYO LODGE in the Cowchip series. It's a Christmas book with a happy ending. The fun is seeing how it gets there!

Delia Strange

Delia Strange

1 June at 02:32

http://www.deliastrange.com/books/femme/'>Femme


A science fantasy with a touch of romance.

A utopian world with a touch of slavery.



Kaley Blackburn is sent to Femme in her final year of Future Tech studies. The world is a socialist utopia of low crime, great health and advancements in technology that leave other worlds envious.



It's a fantastic place to visit if you're a woman. Men, on the other hand, are the slaves that tend to all feminine desires. Kaley knew about the world's cultural aspect of slavery but didn't expect that she would be assigned a slave for herself for the duration of her stay.



Mecca is handsome, intelligent and obedient but every answer he gives to Kaley's questions only feed her growing concerns. Does Femme hide an ugly truth beneath its glamorous surface and can she trust her feelings for a man whose duty is to make her feel special?

R.A. McCandless

R.A. McCandless

29 May at 20:30

People think they want to meet an angel, but they really don’t. The awful truth is that meeting an angel is the scariest, most life-altering moment of any mortal’s short existence. Angels have always had their voices raised in songs of praise and their wings dipped in rivers of blood. When the Throne needs a mortal slain, or an army felled, an angel is sent. When a city or nation needs to be leveled, and the ground sown with salt for a thousand years, an angel is the destroyer.

http://www.amazon.com/Tears-Heaven-RA-McCandless-ebook/dp/B00H4IBDSE/

James L Hill

James L Hill

17 May at 05:23

Do you know the penalty for stealing from the mafia? Do you know the price you’ll pay for seducing the mob boss’s daughter? Nicky ‘Nails’ Rocci and Morris ‘Mojo’ Johnson know and they are willing to risk it to get the respect they deserve.
In Killer With A Heart, the two teenagers will spark a mob war when Nicky Nails, the son of a New York mobster, leads his multi-racial gang to rob the Deliman’s money drop. His plan calls for Mojo Johnson, a black warlord from the rough streets of the South Bronx to distract Elizabeth, the mob boss’s daughter. Even though Nicky warns his friend not to, Morris seduces the mobster’s daughter whom he feels disrespected him. Mojo further complicates matters by killing the Deliman. The boys are immediately marked for death by the rival mob family and war ensues.

Shahida Arabi

Shahida Arabi

14 May at 22:12

The Smart Girl's Guide to Self-Care is discounted to a special price of $2.99 JUST FOR TODAY on Kindle! Get it now: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JK86OAI Please note: You don't need a Kindle to read it, only a free Kindle Reading App you can download on your smartphone or tablet.

Harmony Kent

Harmony Kent

11 May at 11:13

The Glade has been squeezed into the Suspense Genre, but actually has elements of Thriller, romance, magical realism and a the supernatural. Check it out today: http://harmonykent.co.uk/harmonys-book-store/

Shahida Arabi

Shahida Arabi

10 May at 19:30

The Smart Girl's Guide to Self-Care is not only a self-help book. It's a book about spirituality, personal growth, and contains research from the latest studies in psychology and sociology. Check it out today: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JK86OAI

Garry Abbott

Garry Abbott

10 May at 11:22

Added my new collection - it's labelled as 'speculative fiction' but it traverses sci-fi, a bit of horror, even tech-romance and time travel! So I think it crosses genre! It's called 'The Dimension Scales and Other Stories' and is posted below!

Donalie Beltran

Donalie Beltran

30 April at 15:49

MURDER IS A FAMILY AFFAIR is an Historical, True Crime novel based upon genealogy of my father's family! It is a MYSTERY, HISTORICALLY true, TRUE CRIME, THRILLER, BIOGRAPHICAL Novel! :-D It was released in November and there is already 37 5-STAR reviews. I have been blessed!

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