A Listing of Science Fiction Titles

This is Jonathan Lyons? second novel and is titled Machina. It is a speculative, metaphysical, philosophical, and very unusual novel that pulls in notions about reality from quantum mechanics, string theory, various religious tomes, Descartes, Eastern notions of reality and the universe, the Schr  ...[Read More]
Mad Worlds Collide
WARNING: Mad World Collide is an outrageously zany sci-fi comedy that will laugh you into the funny farm.In year 2021, Robert Davichi thinks he has the worst computer job in the world --until a hacker threatens his life and starts bringing down corporations and governments. In the midst of t  ...[Read More]
Book 2, Maelstrom, serves as a bridge between books 1 and 3 of the trilogy. It is short, barely a novella, and may be read as a stand-alone. This book provides filler information so that you, the reader, may understand what occurred to bring about the cultural and technological changes you will find  ...[Read More]
Mark II
Mark had a problem. He only had two months to live and he had to decide between going out with a "bang" or becoming an "angel". It didn?t take him long to decide, it was really a "no brainer"... or would be. The Angel Program would strip his memories and personality and save them onto a "halo"; a  ...[Read More]
Following on from the start of young Gisel Matah’s Iskander adventure, in “Arrival”, “Masquerade” takes up the alternate world version of the Man in the Iron Mask mystery.   ...[Read More]
Massively Multiplayer
In the near future, virtual reality has revolutionized how people work, study, and play. However, college student Andrew Hunter finds that technological advances have left him with the same problems young adults have always faced: his parents seem like alien life forms, he can’t live up to his siste  ...[Read More]
Four Earthyears before Signe drives Norman’s force of invaders off Gaea, Michael, Captain of a six-man Columbian military scientific team, docks a mortally crippled ship on a Gaean space station occupied by a team of civilian researchers. The Columbians capture a female Gaean life-support engineer,   ...[Read More]
In this second book of the series, Signe, Gaea’s head of state, and Arlen, the dictator who controls Columbia, continue to fight a stalemated war. The pivotal event depicted in the first book, Warrior-Woman: The Forging Of The Legend, radically changed Signe’s and Arlen’s perceptions of each othe  ...[Read More]
Having fallen deeply in love with his Gaean prisoner of war, Michael, Captain of a Columbian crew stranded on an abandoned space station, worries constantly about what he knows will happen to Cleo when their improvised escape vehicle arrives in Columbia. Michael secretly weighs implementing a wild,   ...[Read More]
As launch approaches, Michael initiates changes necessary for the implementation of his wild plan designed to keep Cleo safe. He announces that since the voyage home could take an Earthyear, seven people will engage in activities intended to keep them productively busy. Each will engage in pure rese  ...[Read More]
Masters of the Sex Gates
Masters of the Sex Gates is the highly anticipated sequel to the mindblowing novel, The Sex Gates.  ...[Read More]
Matriarch of The Witch Clan
The child’s DNA is mostly human. It’s the Sidhe part that raises questions that are not easily answered. Emma must retrieve and raise her unwanted hybrid grandson to put things to right between her ancient witch clan and the even more ancient race of Sidhe. The story begins with her mother’s  ...[Read More]
Messiah Rising
The Earth’s population is disappearing and those left are being driven to madness. The year is 2015 and the world is in turmoil. Its greatest hope of survival lies in an antique robot built during World War II and kept secret until now. John’s life was a quiet one that consisted mostly o  ...[Read More]
Tom Bell, an ageing pharmaceutical billionaire, is facing his twilight years when fate hands him a drug capable of reversing old age. Its chemistry is old, indigenous to an ancient parasite found in South America, and so prone to mutation that its synthesis produces a contagious virus capable of inf  ...[Read More]
When terrorists try to poison undergraduate schools with a nerve agent, the scheme backfires. Instead of causing death, the chemical stimulates the mirror neurons in the students? brains, causing them to multiply and become hyperactive. This, in turn, leads to unusual talents. As the children grow,   ...[Read More]
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