T. Richard Williams
Brother Michael knows the truth about a vital piece of the Sedna colony's history, a history he helped to shape. But that
truth could be dangerous — so he must decide what to do with that knowledge.
Layover in an Oak Grove
Mary Brunini McArdle
The old plane had crashed into Mary Jean Parker's favorite tree, and more — it had crashed through Time.
Mistress of the
Climbing the cliffs overlooking the maze-like city and leaping off, she glides, and lets memories and dreams rush through her
E. S. Strout
NASA decided that it was time to look at Mars through human eyes — or rather one human eye.
Johan Schoeman is brilliant (he'd be the first — but not the only one — to say so). Now his brother has asked him
to apply that brilliance to the mystery of how a man can be murdered by proxy with no weapons except fast food and a food court full
K. A. Masters
The merman offered Alec the chance to join his people under the sea. But Alec's Fey nature was a little more complicated than
Joshua L. Hamilton
The Keeper had waited patiently for eons while the world Above evolved and changed. But the time for him to fulfill his purpose
was fast approaching as another Cycle neared its end.
The Last Warrior
He was the last man, and there at the end of Everything, he was more important than he could have imagined.
The Sough Witch
King Gunther was dying. His son mocked him for spending his last days seeking out the woman he claimed to have loved long ago, the
legendary Sough Witch…
Under the House
The crawlspace under Kayla's house should have been scary — it was dark and damp and full of spiderwebs and bugs. But it
was also safer than the house above it.