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12202012;
Our Last Golden Sunset?
By R. S. Marshal
NON-FICTION
The End-Date of the Mayan Calendar is rapidly approaching and many people sense it will bring change. Though most of the 2012 prophets see this as the beginning of a Golden Age, there are many who see only doom and destruction coming on December 21st. But did the Maya ever mention either of those possibilities? As a matter of fact, they did not. Here we will uncover what the Maya really meant.
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SCIENCE FICTION
July 57th
By Volk Presmaren
SCIENCE FICTION
An intelligence agent from Mars travels to Earth to thwart a revolution set to coincide with an ancient doomsday prediction. The problem? The three leaders of the current revolt were killed ten years ago! Aided by a local reporter, he digs through the records to find more evidence. What he finds is another victim in the past: himself. Racing against time, he has to solve the riddle fast, or die.
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Fountable
By Terry Martin   
SCIENCE FICTION
Tervan Andrisn is one of a group of math savants who get on the bad side of the Galactic Emperor. He had no idea that eloping with an Imperial Princess - at her suggestion - could get him and his friends exiled. It turns out to be a bigger mistake on the part of the Emperor! Using their math skills, the kids develop a way to escape from the prison planet and return to topple the Imperial throne.
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Fountable II
By Terry Martin   
SCIENCE FICTION
Tervan and his math-wizard companions find that though they have escaped exile, they are far from being free and the future of their transport technology is in jeopardy. They decide to return to Polaxar and petition the new Emperor to rescind their exile and allow them the freedom to return to their normal lives. Only thing, the Emperor appears to have gone into seclusion and whoever is running the Empire seems to have their own agenda. People are living in fear but it is whispered on the streets that the strange guy who eloped with the Princess was going to return and right the ship of state again. Tervan wonders where such a strange idea started because he has absolutely no interest in politics. And if he could just locate the Emperor and get his petition signed, he could vacate the place and let the Empire get along without him. But he is not about to be that lucky.
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When Time Went Mad
By Ralph A. Thomas   
SCIENCE FICTION
Lem Bentwhistle is awakened by what sounds like kids making a crop circle in his cornfield. Instead, he finds someone parked a spaceport on his north forty! While he and the people from the 23rd century try to figure out what has happened, they are soon joined by folks from the 19th century wild west, the crusades, and more. After the raptors arrive, he says they all need to go home NOW. But how?
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the Young Wizard
By Norman X. Scozzafova   
SCIENCE FICTION
Anaboraxus is being sent to apprentice as a goldsmith in the Imperial capital. After being attacked by highwaymen and his group of travelers is scattered, Anaboraxus finds himself lost in the woods, in the dark. Strangers and take him to their home, underground. And the reason they hide is that they are being hunted for doing magic! He joins, unknowingly bringing their enemies to their doorstep.
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the Evidence for
the Existence of
the Mythological United States
By Norman X. Scozzafova   
SCIENCE FICTION
Twelve-hundred years after World War III has ended the reign of civilization as we know it, rumors and myths of the "golden age" persist. An archaeologist in that future time attempts culling the ancient texts and presenting all the known evidence to prove that such a place as the "United States" actually existed at a time in the distant past. Judge the evidence presented. Can it have been real?
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a Tough Nut to Crack
By Rod Martin   
SCIENCE FICTION
Friar Franks investigates the geological anomalies at El Solitario in Texas and uncovers artifacts of a visitation by aliens in ancient times. Even more amazing is the realization he was drawn to the expedition because of a past life in that very place. His discovery sets off a series of events that reawakens old purposes when he realizes the battle he was engaged in at that time, continues still.
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the Mission
By Rod Martin   
SCIENCE FICTION
After a spelunking accident, Dorian finds himself trapped beside an underground stream, cold, soaked, and alone in the dark with a bout of amnesia. He gradually pieces together what has happened and sorts out reality from the very weird dreams he's been having about flying a spaceship. When he gets some light, he finds the ship, sitting and waiting for him to resume his mission from a past life.
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Flyers of Condor
By Rod Martin   
SCIENCE FICTION
Carl Condors is an engineer with nightmares. A fellow passenger on a flight tells him her Hopi grandmother taught her to help ease such dreams. But the dream is more than she can deal with and so she takes him to meet her grandmother. The aged woman tells them they have come back together for a purpose, a mission they had failed before. Perhaps this time they can save Mankind from destruction.
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Science Reporter
By Rod Martin   
SCIENCE FICTION
A collection of short stories by the late sci-fi author, Rod Martin. The first four deal with a science reporter and his amazing reports that turn the FBS (Federal Science Bureau) on its head. With each successive tale, the reporter seems to be getting closer and closer to being fired for reporting on this that obviously exist but could in no way be called "scientific". The final three stories move further from the scientific reporting into the realm of the fantastic. Readers of his "How to Build a Starcruiser" may find these tales a humorous prequel, of sorts.
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Assault on Hell [script]
By Volk Presmaren   
SCIENCE FICTION
Eric volunteers for a mission that has wrong written all over it in sixteen languages: the military invasion of Hell, which seems to actually be a parallel dimension. The mission goes south quickly and Eric is stranded in the city with Bennett. They discover not all demons are bad - a few want to actively help them get rid of Satan. First, they have to start by freeing all the souls in Purgatory.
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FANTASY
the Stones Will Tell
By Leif Baumann
FANTASY
The Duke of Yenthorol is too old for all this. Ryl is under invasion while struggling to find its next king between two claimants. Add an ancient prophecy to the mix and the fact that both candidates are fraud, makes the idea of consulting the wizards attractive. They have their own agenda and cannot help stop the intrigues while they busily search for this Hero who seems oblivious of his role.
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Beamish Boys
By Leif Baumann   
FANTASY
There is a strange and fearsome creature terrorizing the forest near the village and young Albert heads out to kill the Jabberwock and perhaps win the adoration of his father. The adventure finds him overcoming several obstacles before he finally confronts the beast. Has he really enough courage to stand against the unknown even with such a vorpal sword in his hands?
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URBAN FANTASY
Young Hellions
By Carson Merrick
URBAN FANTASY
Josh and Bart had noticed they had some rather strange abilities since they were young. Now, they find two others with similar abilities. The four practice in the park, but were seen by their teacher. Rather than stop them, she takes the task of training them. Six others are found nearby that join the "school". Soon nine of them are having to try and stop one of their own from a life of crime.
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HISTORICAL FICTION
Eighteen Pages
By C. Fenway Braxton
HISTORICAL FICTION
Grasping at his last chance to save his beloved South, John Wilkes Booth tries to kidnap Lincoln from Ford's Theater only to find an assassin already there. The following week finds him trying to escape into Virginia with his companion as he tries to figure out what went wrong. Meanwhile a reporter in the capital is also trying to make sense of the ever-changing story put out by Secretary Stanton.
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Longshanks
By Forrest Sherwood   
HISTORICAL FICTION
Robert Hood seemed destined to a life of hard labor until a stroke of genius put him in the role of a simpleton. The role had a few drawbacks, so he planned a ruse to reverse the condition when the Lord Edward "Longshanks", heir to the throne of England, purchases him as a gift to the King of Spain. He is "found out" by the Prince and he fast talks to save his skin. Edward sees using him as a spy.
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HISTORY
the Plot to Kill John Wilkes Booth
By C. Fenway Braxton
HISTORY
Otto Eisenschimyl shocked the world by accusing Secretary of War Edwin Stanton in the plot to kill Abraham Lincoln. Mainstream historian's have always dismissed his charges. They claim the Confederate government was the mastermind behind the plot. This volume attempts to show both sides in that debate are wrong. On one side, Eisenschimyl misread Stanton's actions and, on the other, historians are no closer to proving the Confederate connection than when it was claimed almost a century-and-a-half ago. The question hinges on motives. Once one understands the motives behind Stanton's actions, they make perfect sense. On Booth's side, it is the lack of a cohesive motive that has kept the historians at drift since the assassination. No one has yet come forward with a solid motive for the actor's insane act. Perhaps by putting both of these investigations together in one place, and shaking well, we can begin to make a little sense out of the ages-old confusion that is the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
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MAINSTREAM
Forgotten Cross
By Morris Thyme
MAINSTREAM
Frank Mayhew has watched, through repeated tragedies, the size of his family get smaller and smaller. The recent passing of his mother leaves him alone with one remaining son, the one he never learned to get along with. It seems God was having some monumental joke at his expense. While clearing out his late mother's house, they uncover a small Jewish shrine in the attic. What had mama been hiding?
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METAPHYSICAL
How to Build a Starcruiser
By Rod Martin
METAPHYSICAL
Anyone wondering about getting off this rock probably needs to know a little about building their own starcruiser. It is really quite a simple matter and it has as little to do about engineering as opening your mind to a different method of viewing. Not a technical manual but a deeper look into why people cannot seem to break through certain mental barriers and visualize how to do such a thing.
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the Analytical Mind
By Rod Martin   
METAPHYSICAL
Many people in Scientology are of the opinion that Clearing is a state where you are no longer bothered by anything. But that is hardly the case. Sure, you have gotten rid of your "reactive mind", and many early Dianetic clears reached the state before John McMaster became Clear #1 in the early sixties. But what about the Analytical Mind? This small handbook takes you on a journey into that realm.
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HUMOR
If the World's a Village,
I'm Its Idiot
By Carlton Welsh
HUMOR
Tech changes are coming faster each passing year. I just get older. It's not that I want to, mind you, but it seems to be out of my control. Falling further behind seems strange - I used to be on top of all the latest tech. I had a computer, website, and blog before most of the crowd. Now, I don't facebook, I don't tweet... heck I don't even text! Maybe you're going through this too in some areas.
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POETRY
Mechanical Mouse
By Ralph A. Thomas
POETRY
This is a humorously cynical view of society and the moral systems we have developed. The poems poke fun at government, hippies, the drug culture, romance, sexuality, sociology, politics, and so many things about life that we take for granted everyday. Most were written in my "angry young man" days in college. Cute illustrations accompany each poem. That is, "cute" if you like rodents.
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...not to be.
By Claude E. Beaumont-Cursonn
POETRY
Un-epic romantic poetry. Relationships do not always wind up the way we might like them to and the author examines several worse-case scenarios of two ships colliding in the night. No happy endings will be found herein but the depth of nostalgia is trolled for whatever can be harvested.
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