Spiderworld: Richard Bunning
Not even the time-lord, Orlando Oversight, knows everything. But speculation can turn into a real future, and the Lush Star system, where spider-like beings treat humans as we do animals, isn't such a distant dream away.
Do Jack Baker, the self-styled 'Spartacus', and his followers have a future as more than meat and slaves? Will Athalie have the life she hopes for with her hero? And will the 'spider' Boklung hold his business together while funding and organising the Arcraft's voyage across the Milky Way?
Spiderworld is another of Richard Bunning’s quirky, speculative, science fictions
Trusting the Currents: Lynnda Pollio$3.99
Category: Metaphysical & Visionary.
Trusting the Currents is a unique visionary novel that guides readers into their own truth and transformation. Narrated by Addie Mae Aubrey, a Southern, African American woman, Trusting the Currents is a universal story of faith, courage, forgiveness and the uneasy search for one’s place in life. There are three levels to the book: the story of Addie Mae’s teenage years in the late 1930s rural South, spiritual life messages woven throughout the story, and high energetic frequencies embedded in the writing that shift consciousness into the heart when reading. Addie Mae reveals how life blossoms when we have the courage to not only accept but also learn from our mistakes and sorrows. Her story may belong to one woman, but the lessons it teaches belong to everyone willing to open their hearts and listen to the truth within their souls.
A Hole in the Pavement: Tahlia Newland
A great little story about our perception of self, what we think others think of us and what they really do. Is the smart girl in the red stilettos as self-assured as her mannerisms and style suggest she is?
This story is a readers-favorite excerpt from the author's collection, A Matter of Perception.
A Hole in the Pavement is free at Smashwords & Kobo will be soon at other outlets.
Ball Machine: Simon J. Townley$4.99
Built as a glorified ball machine, Vitas Rodriguez is the world’s most advanced android – strong, fast, tireless and smart. He knows how to learn. And he loves to win.
“I loved this book to gushing point.” T Newland
Hand of Chaos: J. Hamlet$2.99
A necromancer is out for revenge, leaving a trail of bodies around DC. Can Anna and her dysfunctional team of occult-powered government agents stop him before it's too late?
Sale on Amazon only.