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Publishing NEWS: -- Sci-Fi book "Exit to Morvana" (ISBN: 978-0228836261) by Canadian author Marilynn Wood, started out as a book about our socioeconomic problems on this planet. After the author experienced a UFO event, she began to wonder what beings from another planet would think of us, and the way we treat one another. From this "Exit to Morvana" was born.
Publishing: New book ‘The Modern Prometheus: Why the 21st Century Intellectual Must Be Fearless to Succeed’ ravages cancel culture using ancient...
Publishing NEWS: -- Philosopher and historian Procopius Canning announces the release of "The Modern Prometheus: Why the 21st Century Intellectual Must Be Fearless to Succeed" (ISBN: 979-8735137177). In this book, Canning, writing as an exiled fugitive 300 years from today, combines science fiction with established philosophical concepts.
Publishing: Cirsova Publishing to Reprint Nearly-Lost Julian Hawthorne Planetary Romance, ‘The Cosmic Courtship’
Publishing NEWS: -- Cirsova Publishing is proud to announce that it has partnered with Michael Tierney and Robert Allen Lupton to restore and reprint Julian Hawthorne's "The Cosmic Courtship," a never-before-collected pulp Planetary Romance by the son of famed American author Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Publishing NEWS: -- Born out of a raging pandemic, Buzz McCord's new techno-thriller wrestles with artificial intelligence, surveillance and sex crime. "A Final Reminder" (ISBN: 978-1736148815) moves energetically between upbeat and malevolent. Its author wrote it to simultaneously entertain and enrage.
Publishing: More Space Aliens, Badder Mothers and What About Those Guns? Strong Women Take on Invasion in 4th Outing of Book...
Publishing NEWS: -- "Space Aliens, Bad Mothers And Guns! Volume 4" (ISBN: 979-8622866586) has been released on Amazon. The twins, Ayesha DeRaville and Sonise Lumbaca (DeRaville Sisters), of DSMAN, LLC, are at it again, bringing their fanbase (and welcoming new readers) 14 new short stories in their fourth self-published novel.