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The Story until Now

by J. G. Stinson

If a writer is talented (and lucky) enough in her publishing career, there will come a time when a compilation of short stories is published. Writers with long careers (twenty or more years of steady publication) may be able to publish... Read More

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Shades of Treason

by J. G. Stinson

Captain Grieg Bryians runs his trading business in the Dragoes system with few problems, earning a reputation as a reliable merchant on the capital planet of Zelphr. His world is interrupted by the invasion of the Kyrans, humanoid,... Read More

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Breach of Sanity

by J. G. Stinson

Patricia Neary’s debut novel takes the reader into the harsh reality of streetwise runaway Franki Martin, a teenager forced into the foster care system and away from her sister after their parents die. From her first day at River Edge... Read More

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Night's Gift

by J. G. Stinson

Mary Cushnie-Mansour’s protagonist in Night’s Gift is Virginia Manser, a woman newly moved from Toronto to the smaller city of Brantford. She is hoping that the change of scenery will help her forget a recent heartbreak. On a warm... Read More

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Princess Ryan's Star Marines

by J. G. Stinson

In Princess Ryan’s Star Marines, the titular military force is determined to rescue their charge, Princess Ryan, from the rebellious Grand Republic’s clutches and return her to the Holy and Universal Galactic Empire. Viceroy Dar... Read More

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The Man Who Thought Like a Ship

by J. G. Stinson

The life of J. Richard Steffy (“Dick” to his friends) centered on ships and shipbuilding. Though he spent most of his working life as an electrician, his childhood fascination with ships and the history of their construction remained... Read More

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Walking the Clouds

by J. G. Stinson

Grace Dillon brings together nineteen works by indigenous writers from four countries for this anthology, the first of its kind. These six short stories and thirteen novel excerpts push the boundaries of science fiction, contributing... Read More

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Feasting with Panthers

by J. G. Stinson

This debut novel from Lyle Blake Smythers is a quest fantasy featuring poet and warrior Catalan and his band of mercenaries. On their way back from an assassination, the group chances upon a barely breathing young man named Talin, to... Read More

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