OLD EARTH by Gary Grossman – an ancient secret, a secret society, intrigue and espionage

Weaves science, politics, and religion into a high-octane historical fiction thriller that spans 400 years.

THE CLOUD SEEDERS by James Zerndt, a dystopian-future novel

A gripping dystopian-future novel that leaves us questioning just how far are we from a future of environmental chaos, and how blurred the line can be between fiction and reality.


A fast paced mystery with a unique and startling premise.This thought-provoking and intriguing whodunnit crosses genres to create a great read that takes place in the Pacific Northwest.

CYGNUS AWARDS for SciFi & Speculative Fiction FIRST PLACE Category Winners

The Cygnus Awards recognize emerging new talent and outstanding works in the genre of Fantasy, Science Fiction, Paranormal, Mythological, and Steampunk fiction. Congratulations to the CYGNUS 2014 Award Winners!

Bernadette Pajer presents “Emotional Triggers” at CAC

In this workshop, Bernadette Pajer will share her hard-earned “aha” moment that led her to coin the term “Triggers” and will show how you can use this powerful tool to engage your readers and create a loyal readership.

An Editorial Review of “Dark Seed” by Lawrence Verigin

This thriller’s premise of international corporations controlling the food supply and sacrificing human health for the sake of profits is so plausible that it is horrifying. Readers will find themselves rapidly turning the pages to see what happens next in this disturbing “OMG this could really happen” novel. A strong debut novel by Lawrence Verigin that adeptly tackles the pertinent and socially relevant topic of GMO’s with tight writing and fast-paced action.

An Editorial Review of “The Falling Sky” by Pippa Goldschmidt

What would it be like to discover two connected galaxies that The Big Bang theory says are impossible? Not many people have even imagined facing this question, but in "The Falling Sky" Pippa Goldschmidt takes readers into the mind of an astronomer whose research presents these findings. This conundrum creates a human drama as fraught with turmoil and heartache as any found in the best novels of any genre.

An Editorial Review of “Fatal Induction” by Bernadette Pajer

"Fatal Induction" is a captivating, classic mystery featuring Professor Bradshaw that takes place in the time of Tesla and Edison in the burgeoning city of Seattle. Pajer's vivid writing takes readers to this exciting time that is in the crossroads of scientific investigation and innovation, when automobiles and horse drawn carts compete for the same streets, and the United States reels with political unrest and social upheaval. Readers will warm to the curmudgeonly and reserved professor who has a heart of gold and a penchant for investigation.

An Editorial Review of “Petroplague” by Amy Rogers

Cars, trucks, and planes grind to a halt as an oil-eating bacteria (similar to the one used to clean up the Exxon Valdez disaster) consumes fuel, while free hydrogen gas causes explosions and fires around the city of L.A. Amy Rogers, M.D. Ph.D. grounds her science-based thriller in fact until the last possible second when she expertly blends "what if" with "what is" making "Petroplague" a page-turning thriller.

An Editorial Review of “The Honest Look” by Jennifer L. Rohn

An intimate glimpse into the lives of scientific researchers, Jennifer Rohn's beautiful and touching story "The Honest Look" is an eye opening experience. Love triangles, unexpected findings, and ostracism all add up to potentially change the way readers understand the scientific method and what scientists must do in their pursuit of ground breaking research.