Deep Sea Aliens are finally talking: What has the government been hiding? Find out in “Middle Waters” by John Clarke.
In the deep-sea canyons and trenches of the Earth lie thousands of alien spacecraft and their inhabitants who have to leave soon or risk being stranded forever. But the undersea civilization needs the help of two humans to assure their safe escape, an experienced diving scientist, Dr. Jason Parker, and Laura Smith, a beguiling but eccentric graduate student in Oceanography, and self-proclaimed Starchild.
The U.S. government is well aware of this deep sea civilization, and is desirous of their weapons. This top secret ambition puts the two unsuspecting divers in the middle of a conflict between powerful military forces and powerful intergalactic forces.
Things could get messy.
Fortunately, the two divers have some help, coming from the strangest of places. Nevertheless, the unlikely duo will have to survive unfathomable odds if they are to prevent the Earth’s first Alien War.
Middle Waters combines two separate Native American beliefs and legends with current events. It is a complex thriller with science fact and science fiction mixed in with military action and government intrigue. Also revealed are romantic possibilities that far exceed the More >
“Willakaville: Amazing Adventures of Astronomical Awesomeness” by Mathew Heinecke invites the young reader into a wacky world where common sense, following the rules, and using your imagination help you achieve great things.
Willakaville is full of zany, crazy, and wacky science fiction adventures that occur in an otherwise small town. In each story, young children find themselves in bizarre predicaments with supernatural situations. There are fourteen stories in all that range from monsters to magic to time travel. The book also includes two unique poems that are fun and delightful.
An eclectic range of themes abound in the book. Among those are: a detective mystery, a historical adventure, a suspicious janitor, a strange virus, space travel, a magical pencil, an ominous visitor, a battle with a monster, time travel, mass hysteria, an unexpected hero and some peculiar mayonnaise. For most of the tales, young children are at the center and must work together to find interesting solutions to the eminent problems they face.
The characters are easy to identify with as they resemble personalities you would find in any mixture of citizens. Each has his or her own individual style, personality and flaws. Willakaville brings a human touch encompassing a More >
“The Last Revenge: The Last Hero Trilogy Book 2″ by Nathaniel Danes is set for release, on sale April, 30.
Blood demands blood.
Driven by grief to the darkest recesses of his soul, Trent Maxwell lives and fights for one reason, revenge.
As hidden agendas plot, Trent embarks on an unholy quest to marshal the forces he needs to exact the heavy toll his broken heart demands.
The largest fleets and armies ever assembled in space collide. A river of blood soaks the galaxy, but when is enough, enough?
Recent Praise for The Last Hero Trilogy :
“I’m on the edge of my seat for word on the next installation!” — Des Putaski, Bookie Monster Reviews:
About the Author:
Nathaniel Danes is a self-diagnosed sci-fi junkie and, according to his wife, has an over active imagination. Mostly blind, he writes to create universes where he has no limitations. He lives with his wife and daughter in the Washington, DC area.
Author Name:: Nathaniel Danes Author Website:: http://www.nathanieldanes.com/ Book Title:: The Last Revenge ISBN:: B00WKZ2F6A Publisher:: Solstice Publishing Release Date:: April 30, 2015 Category:: Fiction Subcategory:: Science Fiction, Space Opera
Historical Novel Taps Into the Bold Settlement of Botany Bay in “Savage Sympathy” by Graham Taylor.
This gripping novel tells the fact-based story of Australia’s beginnings, as British soldiers brutalize the first convicts sent to the penal colony of Botany Bay.
Set in Ireland in the late 1700s, Savage Sympathy follows the fictional character Padraig Gallagher, who wants to find those responsible for the rape, murder, and destruction of all he loved, perpetrated by the landlords of English hierarchy. As he seeks revenge, his journey takes him from his homeland in Donegal to London, where he becomes a convict on the first fleet heading to Botany Bay in the earliest days of Australia becoming a British prison colony.
The book includes factual events as well as the actual names of the officers, crews, surgeons, and convicts filling the first 11 English vessels sailing to Australia. This wonderful saga fills 570 pages as it tells how Australia was colonized by the British.
“We are thrilled to announce the release of this wonderful novel that bares the facts about Australia’s first prisoner/colonists,” said Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Agency.
SAVAGE SYMPATHY (ISBN: 978-1-63135-406-9) is now available for $30.50 and can More >
Sci-Fi Journey Takes Readers Back 70,000 Years to … Atlantis, in “The Terminal” by Jeremy Gosnell.
The Terminal is a stunning science fiction thriller that explores how a past civilization existed … and just what lessons that civilization could teach today’s world.
It all begins when scuba diver Eric Rayner disappears while diving at Dean’s Blue Hole in the Bahamas. Seemingly unrelated incidents are tied together, leading to an incredible journey that heads back 70,000 years in time to the ancient kingdom of Atlantis.
Atlantis researcher Allison Chandley follows in Eric’s footsteps and is suddenly whisked away to join him in the fabled Atlantis. She finds the kingdom in shambles and under constant attack by strange creatures. When she is captured by the creatures, the people of Atlantis deploy an ancient biological weapon to destroy them and save her life.
But to return home from Atlantis, Eric and Allison must find a control system called The Terminal that alters time and space. Will they succeed?
“We are thrilled to announce the release of this fascinating science fiction novel,” said Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Agency.
THE TERMINAL (ISBN: 978-1-63135-789-3) is now available for $14.95 and can be ordered through More >
“The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky” by Joseph Cowley brings Condensed Dostoevsky, a Russian Classic, to ESL Students.
This literary classic has never been so easy to understand! Adapted by Joseph Cowley, The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky has been condensed to about one-sixth its original length. The book tells the compelling dilemma of a wealthy and controlling father who must choose which of his four sons will be his heir.
Fyodor Dostoevsky was the son of a poor Russian doctor. In 1849 he was arrested and condemned to death for taking part in conversations against printing censorship. After eight months in jail, he was taken out to be shot, but His Majesty spared his life. His sentence was commuted to four years hard labor in Siberia, plus serving in a disciplinary battalion. The author wrote at tremendous speed and is said to never have corrected his work, which is evident in many of his books, especially Crime and Punishment.
In June 1880 he made a famous speech at the unveiling of the Pushkin monument in Moscow. A few months later he died and a vast multitude of mourners came to the cemetery for his More >
New Book, “Malee: A Tear in the Ocean,” from Pseudonymous Author William V.M. McAllister III Offers Riveting, Evocative Tale of International Adventure and Star-Crossed Love.
William V.M. McAllister III is an author shrouded in mystery: Writing under a pseudonym and partially disguised background, his novel unmistakably heralds him as one of the boldest new voices in modern fiction. With Malee: A Tear in the Ocean, McAllister has penned a masterful tale of passion and adventure in Thailand that takes readers from the heights of euphoria to the depths of loss. An East meets West tale of star-crossed love and intertwining cultures, Malee takes the reader across three continents en route to a heart-rending climax (Intrinsic Books, $14.95, 275 pages, Paperback, February 26, 2015).
Malee: A Tear in the Ocean: When business entrepreneur Michael flew to Bangkok to launch his newest company (and to recover from his broken marriage), he had no idea how his life would transform. Yielding to Thailand’s exhilarating allure, he and his business partner, Drake, jet off to the unspoiled island of Koh Samui to enjoy its intoxicating escapes. There, Michael met the woman of his dreams—and nothing could More >
Military Novel Tells the True Story Behind Russian Special Forces in “The Crimson Beret” by Gennadii Ternovskii.
The Crimson Beret is a story about modern-day Spartans, fearless and invincible warriors, real men, as well as the beautiful, wise women who support their soldiers with the power of love to inspire their men’s feats.
In this book, the author, a former Special Forces major, not only reveals the secrets of how the Russian elite Special Forces are trained for action, but also discusses the unpleasant, negative aspects of the Russian Army, of which he was a part. For doing this, Russia’s military officials scored him severely, yet commanders of operational units engaged in battle missions use The Crimson Beret as a training aid for their officers and soldiers.
This powerful novel also explores the friendship and the intense brotherhood of warriors, how real courage and heroism fit into the picture, and the self-sacrifice and reckless bravery of those who must fight the world’s battles.
“This book is not only a fascinating read but tells an important behind-the-scenes story about the military. We are thrilled to announce its release,” said Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Agency.
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“Paint This! An Unprecedented Occurrence in Art” is an engaging book about author and illustrator Dr. A.C. Fritsch’s inspirational experience of another kind and vision.
Paint This! is an engaging book about author and illustrator Dr. A.C. Fritsch’s inspirational experience of another kind and vision. Its message presents narrative and visionary art, which was all written and painted by the author.
Fritsch studied REVELATIONS for five years, hoping to paint its contents in a large religious mural. Her goal was that the painting would be self-explanatory and would not require text to understand the message. But something surprising happened that altered the plan.
This book is about how the author was told NOT to paint REVELATIONS, but to PAINT THIS!
What she painted comprises her “instructions.” Along with the command to PAINT THIS! came other information and images, all included in the book. Set in Napa Valley, this volume is the result of her epiphany to comply with the order.
“This unique book offers an unprecedented view of an inspired vision that came to the author as a ‘REVELATION.’ We are thrilled to announce its release,” said Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book More >
Illegal Arms Dealers Make for an Explosive Thriller in “Things May Work Out This Time” by Thomas D. Darby.
Professor Donald Powers is a brilliant scientist who teaches pharmacology and toxicology. He even developed his own toxicology laboratory.
When his friend’s aircraft is shot down, Don decides to get to the bottom of his friend’s plane crash by using his degree in crime scene investigation and his private detective license. He brought the White Tong, a gang selling illegal arms, to justice in a previous book. He put a stop to the group and the loss of taxes owed to the IRS. His job done, Don retires from the fray.
Duke, a friend who is an FBI agent, tries to convince Don to help him bring the leaders of another gang, the Black Tong, to justice. Don agrees, but will he be as successful the second time around?
The action-packed detective drama involves bank account hacking and poison. Just the ticket for a detail-oriented scientist.
“Join along as detectives try to put an end to illegal arms dealers in this high-powered novel. We are pleased to announce its release,” said Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book More >