Tag: science fiction

New Book Release: “Angels Fall (The Z-Tech Chronicles Book Three)” by Ryan Southwick

Angels Fall

We are thrilled to announce the immediate availability of Angels Fall (The Z-Tech Chronicles Book Three) by Ryan Southwick. Charlie’s life force is fading. His only hope is an aged martial arts master in the remote reaches of China who, as far as Cappa can tell, doesn’t like him very much. While Charlie and Cappa are away from Z-Tech, William has been raising an empire of his own — one determined to crush any who interfere with his plans for world domination. Worse, he’s sided with the only other organization who had almost succeeded in erasing Z-Tech from the global...

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New Short Fiction: “Parrish Blue” by Vanessa MacLaren-Wray

Parrish Blue

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of "Parrish Blue" by Vanessa MacLaren-Wray. Sallie never expected to discover a world she had forgotten how to imagine. Sallie Anaro is proud to be a part of Maxfield’s, delivering exquisite meals to the beautiful people, Earth’s deserving elite. This off-world tourist gawking at the décor isn’t one of them. However, course by course, guided by an artist’s vision, the newcomer and Sallie open their eyes to new horizons. Available now in digital editions from most online booksellers, "Parrish Blue" is the newest release in our Dragon Gems short fiction collection.

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New Short Fiction: “Reduction in Force” by Steve Soult

Reduction in Force

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of "Reduction in Force" by Steve Soult. A heartless corporate layoff leaves Gil Schaffer emotionally shattered. A revolutionary memory erasure procedure may be his only hope for salvation, but the price could be greater than he bargained for. Available now in digital editions from most online booksellers, "Reduction in Force" is the latest release in our Dragon Gems short fiction collection.

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New Book Release: “Costruendo il fratellino” (Building Baby Brother) by Steven Radecki (translated by Flavia Idà)

Costruendo il fratellino

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of the Italian edition of "Building Baby Brother" (Costruendo il fratellino) written by Steven Radecki and translated by Flavia Idà. Dapprima sembrava una buona idea … I figli cresceranno sempre, che ne siamo pronti o no. Una verità che ho imparato dall’essere genitore è che prima o poi i figli ti faranno domande difficili e forse anche scomode, alle quali si aspettano che tu abbia una risposta. È vero anche che spesso ci è difficile negare ai nostri figli le cose che più desiderano – come la libertà. It seemed like a...

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New Book Release: “Figli del tempo sbagliato” (Children of the Wrong Time) by Flavia Idà

Figli del tempo sbagliato

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of the Italian edition of Children of the Wrong Time (Figli del tempo sbagliato) by Flavia Idà. “Potreste dire di essere stati amati dalle persone giuste, per i motivi giusti, nel modo giusto e al tempo giusto?” I cittadini della Generazione Avanti devono guadagnarsi il diritto di riprodursi, superando un estenuante tirocinio ideato al fine di sradicare l’infelicità umana causata dalle scelte fatte a caso. Michael Holmes e Nora Savins sono pronti ad affrontare il tirocinio; ciò che non sanno è che alcune cose al mondo nasceranno sempre da scelte fatte a...

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New Book Release: “Zima: Origins (A Z-Tech Chronicles Book Story)” by Ryan Southwick

We are thrilled to announce the immediate availability of Zima: Origins (A Z-Tech Chronicles Story) by Ryan Southwick. Free at last of the programming that drove her to kill, the formerly enslaved artificial intelligence known as Zima now has her own android body, and is determined to find her place in the world … and to gain the family she never had. But the transition from a regime-ending killing machine to stand-up citizen is more difficult than Zima anticipated. Years of brainwashing have left her with a litany of unpredictable, lethal reactions, which force even her liberators from Z-Tech to...

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New Book Release: “Cityfall” by Lorna Hopkins Keith

We are thrilled to announce the immediate availability of Cityfall by Lorna Hopkins Keith. After Samanda Lar destroys her ex-husband, the Volen hand her the mission of saving the people of City and establishing their new home. The Volen leave City to dissolve, forcing Sam to deal with her people amid the coming collapse, and the alien colonies on this world. Sam is aided by her twin, Brad, and her alien brother, Max (who becomes Maxee). Joining them is Todd, whose mother took in the twins when their mother left when they were five, and Arlene, the governor's assistant who...

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Water Dragon Publishing Welcomes Author Lorna Keith

We are excited to announce that we have officially signed a deal with author Lorna Keith for her book, Cityfall. Lorna Keith has been writing since her teens. Fascinated by both numbers and words, she is also a musician, photographer, and puzzler. She has self-published a science fiction trilogy, attended many science fiction conventions and writing workshops, and has read science fiction most of her life. She by a lake in Florida with her husband and a chatty calico cat. Her book, Cityfall, is scheduled for publication in Winter 2019. We welcome Lorna to our Water Dragon Publishing family!

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Water Dragon Publishing Welcomes Author Paul Moore

We are excited to announce that we have officially signed a deal with author Paul Moore for all three books in his Stories in Glass series. The planned titles and publication dates for his books are: Rules of the Campfire (Book 1 of Stories in Glass) – available Winter 2019. Songs in a Box (Book 2 of Stories in Glass) – available Spring 2020. Balls in Play (Book 3 of Stories in Glass) – available Winter 2020. Paul Moore was born in the Missouri Ozarks, raised in St. Louis, and eventually settled in the sand of central Florida. He calls...

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