Stale, formulaic, establishment fiction cannot resist this gale-force gust of alternative storytelling. Why let Big Publishing’s cabal of easily-triggered Brooklynites decide what you get to read? Decide for yourself!
Don’t let cabin fever set in – open your mind and entertain your intellect with some fresh selections from this month’s CLFA Booknado!
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This is the month for anthologies! Savor a witty intro by the great Milo Yiannopoulos and enjoy popular authors including John C. Wright, L. Jagi Lamplighter, Nick Cole, Larry Corriea, Brad Torgersen, Brian Niemier, Sarah Hoyt, and Vox Day.
The Temple of Light (The Shadow Space Chronicles Book 5) by Kal Spriggs
Lieutenant Alannis Giovanni embarks on a mission to stop her ex-husband from gaining control of a superweapon that can destroy star systems.
Alpha & Omega (Division 1) by Stephanie Osborne
Dr. Megan McAllister was already a pretty unique human — NASA astronaut, professional astronomer, polymath — when she encountered the man in the black Suit that night in west Texas. What Division One Agent Echo didn’t know, when he recruited her to the Agency, was that she was even more special.
Glory Boy by Rick Partlow
Caleb Mitchell gave up his family, his faith and his home to join the military and defend humanity. Now will be have to give up his military career and risk court-martial to save the world that turned its back on him?
Psychic Undercover (With the Undead) by Amie Gibbons
Singers are a dime a dozen in Nashville, so despite her mama’s urging, psychic Ariana Ryder’s working her way towards a career in law enforcement at the FBI instead. But vampires aren’t the only thing that go bump in the night…
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Underlake by Kia Heavey
Pampered and cultured Katie Welch discovers the most unusual boy swimming in her lake and for the first time in memory, she connects. Overjoyed to find someone she can relate to, Katie defies her mother and ignores the warning signs – until it’s too late.
Ages 14 and up.
Domino by Kia Heavey
Domino the barn cat learns that there’s no way to bite or scratch a poisonous idea and soon, he is in an existential struggle to save his family, his territory, and a time-honored feline way of life.
NOTE: We at CLFA have not read all of the books listed, though we have made an effort to screen them for quality. We recommend reading the free excerpt at the beginning of any book before buying.
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