A Barrage of Books -Jason Dyck

A Barrage of Books -Jason Dyck

J.M. Ney-Grimm

Sarvet’s Wanderyar

Running away leads right back home – or does it?

Sarvet walks with a grinding limp, and her mountain culture keeps girls close to home. Worse, her mother emphasizes all the things Sarvet can’t do. No matter how gutsy her spirit or bold her defiance, staying put means growing weaker. Yet only boys get wanderyars. Lacking their supplies and training, how can Sarvet escape?

Can dreams – even big dreams – and inner certainty transform impossible barricades into a way out?

Becky Lickiss

Miriam, the wife of Job

Think on this for a while, when was the last time you heard someone cry to God saying, “Why God, why have you given me a beautiful home, good food, and all the things I need? Why give me a husband who is kind, and gentle, and loves only me? What have I ever done to deserve children who respect their parents and follow the commandments?”

You’ve read the story of Job, now meet his wife Miriam. The woman who stood beside him through all his triumphs and trials, and who had tragedies and tribulations that were uniquely hers to overcome. What can an ordinary woman do when faced with devastating failure and unremitting loss? Sometimes surviving until tomorrow is the best anyone can hope.

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Peter Grant

Take The Star Road

The Maxwell Saga Book 1

Nineteen-year-old Steve Maxwell just wants to get his feet on the star road to find a better homeworld. By facing down Lotus Tong thugs, he earns an opportunity to become a spacer apprentice on a merchant spaceship, leaving the corruption and crime of Earth behind. Sure, he needs to prove himself to an older, tight-knit crew, but how bad can it be if he keeps his head down and the decks clean?

He never counted on the interstellar trade routes having their own problems, from local wars to plagues of pirates – and the jade in his luggage is hotter than a neutron star. Steve’s left a world of troubles behind, only to find a galaxy of them ahead…

Mary Catelli

Curses And Wonders

A collection of tales of wonder and magic.
A prince sets out to win his way to the dragon’s lair.
A woman fights a curse on her lands.
A man returns to his castle, bringing a magical sword, and worse things.
And more tales.

Includes “Dragon Slayer”, “The Book of Bone”, “Mermaids’ Song”, “Witch-Prince Ways”, “Sword and Shadow”, “Eyes of the Sorceress”, “Fever and Snow” — and “The Emperor’s Clothes”, which is not sold separately.

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Enchantments And Dragons

A wizard must produce justice enough to satisfy a dragon.
A young man tries to rob a tiger’s lair.
An enchantress tries to keep a court safe while they ignore the perils of misusing her magic.
A lady finds that court intrigues can spread even to the countryside.
And more tales.

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Magic and Secrets

Tales of Wonder and Magic

A woman, sent to a far off duchy, finds a mysterious wolf haunting the forest, and learns there are secrets no one even suspects.

Playing with props for amateur theatricals has more consequences than any of those doing it dream… act with care.

A king’s tyranny sends a woman searching desperately for a legend of lions, there being no other hope.

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Jason Cordova & Christopher L. Smith

Kraken Mare

Sergeant John Manning was a simple Marine who liked spicy foods, big guns, and even bigger explosions- so long as those guns and explosions weren’t pointed in his direction.

When offered a well-paying job after being unceremoniously drummed out of his beloved Corps on a medical discharge, he jumped at the opportunity for good money and the prospects of a bright future. For the first time in recent memory, John had a chance at life.

Then his life turned into a horror movie.

The secret research station hidden on the moon of Titan was not just any government facility. It harbored dark secrets and frightening realities. The scientists here have not only studied more than just the local fauna, but have discovered something far more important. A discovery which would shock the very foundations of the universe. Something out of a nightmare.

The depths of Kraken Mare hid a horrifying truth, and the unwitting Marine stumbled right into it.

4 responses to “A Barrage of Books -Jason Dyck

  1. Please vote. We have a two-way tie. (I’m sure you can get it up to three, if not four, way. 0:)

    https://www.goodreads.com/poll/show/131601-which-space-opera-should-we-read-for-our-april-book

  2. Take the Star Road is truly fun. Worth every penny. Fair warning: you’ll want to grab the sequel 5 sec. after you finish it!

  3. Christopher M. Chupik

    I just wanted to say, Mary, that your covers are wonderful.