The Emerald Enigma – Paul Regnier (space opera, PG) Captain Glint Starcrost is not having the carefree, adventurous life the space academy brochures promised star pilots.
Broke, with an unreliable star freighter and a bounty on his head, Glint is desperate enough to try anything. Even set out on a quest to find a fabled good luck charm, the Emerald Enigma.
Now for a crew. A passive aggressive ship computer, a peaceable alien warrior, and time-traveling teen from the past aren’t what he had in mind. But they’ll have to do.
The Emerald Enigma won’t wait forever and neither will the bounty hunter tracking him.
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The Iron Gauntlet – Paul Regnier (space opera, PG)
No good-luck charm can help Captain Glint Starcrost out of this no-holds-barred reality show. The Iron Gauntlet pits competitors against four of the most fearsome, fang-filled, alien fighters in the universe.
He’s one of the few human challengers ever chosen to contend, but he’s not alone.
A fan, a mysterious benefactor, offers Glint and his ragtag team support. The catch? If Glint loses or withdrawals from the competition, it will mean a permanent game over for his crew and the woman he loves.
Will he have the mettle to medal? Or is the game too much of a gamble?
$0.99 November 24 – 27 http://amzn.to/2hLV5Wj
The Loudest Actions – Cindy Koepp (Space opera, PG-13, combat scenes and intense situations)
First contact missions are hard enough, but they get even tougher when the negotiator has an ego the size of a gas giant. This is the sequel to Remnant in the Stars.
Asrian Skies – Anne Wheeler (Space opera, PG-13, violence, intense situations, minor language)
With her career and personal life in shambles, Avery returns to her home planet to pick up the pieces. When an old enemy invades, she becomes more of a target than she ever planned.
$0.99 November 24 – 27 http://amzn.to/2yYIkLt
The Destiny Trilogy: Nameless – A.C. Williams (space opera/time travel, PG-13, language & innuendo)
Xander wakes up in the 23rd century with no memory and a Syndicate on her tail, and the only person who will help her is Kale Ravenwood, a former assassin turned bounty hunter. Xander would give anything to remember, and Kale would give anything to forget.
Requiem 4 – Mike Duran (Military/Horror, PG-13, profanity and terrifying images)
In a dystopian, war-torn future, sciocists—scientific exorcists—armed with state-of-the-art technology, sweep cemeteries of ‘latent soul energy.’ However, there’s a lot more than just ghosts in Graviton Cemetery. Here, faith is always the first casualty. Which the Requiem 4 unit is about to discover.
$0.99 November 24 – 27 http://amzn.to/2hGyPd2
For Steam & Country – Jon Del Arroz (Steampunk, PG)
Abandoned at an early age, Zaira von Monocle found life as the daughter of a great adventurer to be filled with hard work and difficulty. She quickly learned to rely on only herself. But when a messenger brought news that her father was dead and that she was the heir to his airship, her world turned upside down.
Zaira soon finds herself trapped in the midst of a war between her home country of Rislandia and the cruel Wyranth Empire, whose soldiers are acting peculiarly—almost inhuman. With the enemy army advancing, her newfound ship’s crew may be the only ones who can save the kingdom.
$2.99 November 24 – 27 http://amzn.to/2hNiN4u
Gravity of the Game – Jon Del Arroz (Sports Sci-fi, G)
Commissioner Hideki Ichiro is planning a field of dreams on the moon. The World Baseball League’s viewership has declined to some of the most alarming levels in the game’s history. To survive, baseball needs to expand to a new market, and the only place to go is out to the stars. There’s one hitch in the plan: playing baseball is impossible without Earth’s gravity.
Can Hideki navigate new technologies, angry owners, and the drive-by media before time runs out for both baseball and his own career?
$0.99 November 24 – 27 http://amzn.to/2B7w50H