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CADICLE SERIES

Is it possible to change destiny? The Cadicle series follows three generations of the pivotal Sietinen Dynasty as each learns their part in an elaborately orchestrated galactic conflict. Torn by politics, love, and war, the Cadicle and those he holds most dear must choose between duty and morality as the true nature of their purpose unfolds. Through their roles as Agents in the Tararian Selective Service, they will be on the front lines of space battles, but the political skirmishes they must face on Tararia could prove just as dangerous. The Cadicle holds the key to winning both, but at what cost?

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PEW! PEW! ANTHOLOGY

Nine Comedic space opera tales of big spaceships, poor life decisions, and lots of Pew!

Featuring "Brewing Trouble" by Amy DuBoff.  Losing an eye is just the start of Jack's misadventure when he's conscripted by a group of thieves to steal an innovative energy core. Even with his life on the line, the promise of the perfect cup of coffee is worth the risk.

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GALACTIC FRONTIERS ANTHOLOGY

Galactic Frontiers, an epic anthology of space opera and military science fiction stories. From the far reaches of space to the interiors of the human soul. Journey to dystopian futures where humanity fights for survival beyond Earth against overwhelming alien forces. Travel to the galactic fringe where you either kill and get paid or die and stay broke. Experience the ethereal wonders and tragic consequences of godhood. Discover the awe of outer space and coming face to face with the unknown.

Featuring "Rift" by Amy DuBoff, a prequel short story to the Cadicle series.

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EXPANDING UNIVERSE: VOL. 2 ANTHOLOGY

The universe is expanding and these are some of its stories. Twenty-three bestselling and debut authors have created worlds where invasions are apocalyptic and space empires are in peril. The universe is beyond our understanding…and sometimes, what we don’t know can kill us.

Featuring "Self-Perspective" by Amy DuBoff, a short story where you keep waking up with subtle differences every time. Things are not as they seem.

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