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Tale of the Spinward March: The Great Khan (Tales of the Spinward March Book 1)

Legends speak of a mighty Empire that ruled the galaxy nearly a million years ago. The Terran Empire brought order to the Milky Way by way of diplomacy or war, conquering oppressive societies, protecting younger species and providing a network of universities and libraries by which emerging worlds could grow and improve. Terran science cured disease and fed starving races. Most of important of all, the Terran Empire bestowed on…

The Shredded Orphans and the Space Pirates

BEWARE: Space Pirates! According to the Resource Obscurantism Department, space pirate attacks are increasing and their new Space Pirate Protection Program is designed to protect travelers. The Shredded Orphans find the ROD’s new SP3 requirements inconvenient at best. Come space tripping with the Shredded Orphans seismic rock band. The music industry slaves: Lix, Ophelia, Mac, Chitto and Justice, make their way to Seachellis 17 for a concert they’ve been dying…

Dreaming of Xeres (The Third War Book 1)

  Do you feel like you don’t belong here? Maybe you don’t. Maybe you reincarnated from another planet. What would you do if one day you found out that your loved ones had once lived on another planet? That they lived entire lifetimes before reincarnating here? Dr. Riley MacPherson faces that dilemma when Tessa, his girlfriend, reveals in a past life regression that she’s originally from another world. One with…