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In Their Own Words

The Space Age: a time of Sputnik and Saturn rockets, populated by men with names such as Glenn and Gagarin. Now you can relive the countdown with In Their Own Words: The Space Race ­ The Apollo, Mercury, and Gemini...

Author: Rod Pyle

Howl of the Wolf

Approaching the boulder, Tempest jerked his head up in alarm.  He pawed the turf and snorted.  “What’s wrong?”  Donovan trusted an animal’s instinct for danger.  His eyes roamed the rocks with his hand poised over the hilt of his sword. ...

Author: Diane Rapp

Still I Rise

When Nelson Mandela was imprisoned in South Africa’s brutal Robben Prison, he tirelessly turned to the poem Invicitus. The inspirational verse was by the Victorian William Ernest Henley, penned on the occasion of the amputation of his leg. Still I...

Earth Epicenter: Warbook

A thousand year peace between the Solards and Ohnis has been broken by an outbreak of inter-solar war. The Solards are a new Ice-Age Earth meritocracy with equality for all its citizens who follow a self-imposed strict code of conduct....

Author: Jordano Quaglia

When Blood Falls

Defending against the demons of the Deep has long given Tyr Og’s brethren purpose. When Tyr’s mother is robbed from him during childhood, he loses his will to live. Now, filled with rage and regret, Tyr hungers for a worthy...

Where They Bury You

John Arnold and Lily Smoot sat on a bench in the Santa Fe Plaza early that evening....
He looked at her in the dim light. “What are you doing running around with guys like Cummings and Damours, Lily?”
“Cummings is...

Spy by Night

When an attempted hijacking rattles a sleepy California coastal town, teenage detectives Dalton Fraser and Maddy Kane spring into action. With the help of a super-smart dog and a trained U.S. Navy dolphin, the teens investigate mysterious clues that lead...

Author: Boyer DePaul

Crimson Bayou

The next evening, Carissa stood outside and beat her flashlight against the palm of her hand. Really? Why did the batteries have to die now? She cursed under her breath and fished her phone out of her back pocket, second-guessing...

Author: Alizabeth Lynn