The first announcements of the 2020 Chanticleer International Book Awards division judging rounds! Join us as the excitement builds for the 2020 CYGNUS Book Awards for Science Fiction.
Imagine being transported back in time only to discover your enemy is already there! Discover what one military unit does to combat an already ferocious foe in a land that will become something other than the history they left behind. Recommended!
Darklight 1: The Substance of Shadows by John Wells – Hard SciFi, Genetic Engineering, Military SciFi
Space Opera at its finest as a band of intrepid rebels unwittingly become involved in an ancient conflict of unfathomable proportions that could very well change the fate of the universe.
CHASING VICTORY: The Winter Sisters, Book One by Joanne Jaytanie – Romance, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Psychics
Captivating from the get-go, Chasing Victory will tantalize romance and thriller aficionados into lining up for more of Joanne Jaytanie’s The Winters Sisters series.
A captivating historical military story that blends genres-crosses through time & space - an intriguing story & well orchestrated action sequences.
A complex and intriguing "band of brothers" romp, but also as a reflection on the evils of unquestioned authority and corruption.Gilliam offers a quick narrative full of twists and turns in this military thriller.
Long’s gifted ear for the true vernacular of the time and his detailed descriptions of the Old West place the reader right in the middle of the action on a journey to the Civil War era and to the far-flung outposts of the Old West.
A near-future, energy-starved world is saved by the discovery of a crystalline ore with powerful properties. Creating the perfect Eden, however, comes with unexpected and dangerous consequences!
Mages and wizards, dwarves and elves, dragons and royalty, and its own complex lore and magical systems, "Mythborn: Rise of the Adepts" will leave dark fantasy enthusiasts clamoring for more.
Kade Sims feels he has been unfairly dumped from his former position in Army Intelligence because of out-of-control behavior due to a condition called hypomania. He’s bored, out of shape, and stuck working part-time at Home Depot instead of at the Pentagon. So when the FBI knocks on his door of his Virginia apartment and asks him to go undercover in Oregon to infiltrate a mysterious quasi-militia group called The Chapter, he’s eager to go to work for his country again. "Measure of Danger," Jay Klages’ debut novel is a page-turning techno-thriller written by a former military intelligence officer and a West Point graduate.