Lots going on, but right now we’re launching into year two of the Self-Published Science Fiction Competition, and Team Space Leftovers has its thirty books for round one.
Let’s take a look, shall we?
First up, by Aidan Pilkington-Burrows, we have God’s Tear: Project Tigershark.
Al Davidson brings us Zero-Day, book 1 of The Sommerfeld Experiment.
By Arshad Ahsanuddin, Zenith:
Next up, B.D. Booker’s Da Vinci on the Lam.
Benoit Goudreault-Emond has given us I, Cunningham.
What’s next? From C. Litka, The Secret of the Tzaritsa Moon.
Then there’s Eliot Peper’s Reap3r:
And from Erin Ampersand, the intriguing Time to Play, book 1 of Apocalypse Parenting.
Esteban Corio’s Journey to the Past is next on the list:
Geoff Nelder’s dynamically shouted ALIEN EXIT is next.
Graham Austin-King’s The Lore of Prometheus is on our roster:
Then, from Halo Scot, Edge of the Breach:
J Lynn Hicks brings us Clarity, “A Young Adult Dystopian Thriller” and book 1 of the Clarity Chronicles.
And from James Fox, Revolution, book 1 of the Sol Saga.
Jeffrey A. Ballard’s The Solid-State Shuffle is up next:
And then we have John B. Cheek’s Bragg For Hire.
Team Space Leftovers also has J P McDonald’s The Invisible Tether:
And we have L J Cohen’s Derelict.
What else, what else … Marcus Alexander Hart has submitted Galaxy Cruise: The Maiden Voyage.
And Matthew Cesca has entered The Miranda Project.
O. R. Lea brings us Riebeckite: A near-future story of one woman’s race to expose a sinister new threat to humanity. Book 1 of the Bruised Moon Sequence.
and from R.A. Nargi, Quantum Dark: The Classic Sci-fi Adventure (The Star Rim Empire Adventures Book 1):
R.M. Olson has entered Redshift: a space opera adventure, book 1 of the Singularity series.
And R.Z. Held’s Idyllian is along for the ride:
A cover and concept that immediately fascinated me was Rich Simmons’s Magic Carpet Ride:
We also have Ryan Matthews’s Release Day.
S.J. Higbee brings us Mantivore Dreams, book 1 of the Arcadian Chronicles.
And from Shami Stovall, Star Marque Rising:
Our team also has W.O. Torres’s Tomorrow Lives Today…
And finally, from Zamil Akhtar, the most definitely and assuredly sci-fi and not at all fantasy Lightblade, which is going to be very interesting indeed:
So, that’s it. Nothing left for us but to get reading!