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A Longhorn Christmas (Novella)Cowboy Christmas Homecoming Novellas

By Mary Connealy

Sometimes you’ve got to take love by the horns.

Netty Lewis can take care of herself, has for a while now. That doesn’t change just because a longhorn chased her boy up a tree and cornered her. She would’ve figured out a way to save herself.

Roy Hollister just got there first. Still, it would be nice to have some muscle on the ranch.

For the price of bunking in an old cabin and meals, she hires him on as a wrangler for the winter. But Christmas might bring more goodwill toward men than Netty bargained for. After witnessing Roy’s skill with cattle and kindness to her son, Netty decides it’s time to stop rounding up longhorns and round up a man. She’ll only resort to her lasso if she has no other choice.

hacked-minds-cover-finalHacked Minds: A Loss of Personal Freedom

by J. Rudko

This is your notification.

Humanity is becoming out of touch. And the touch screen is to blame. Ironic, isn’t it? Every digital process, each social media exchange, takes us three steps forward and two backspaces in connectivity.

We’re inundated by an almost infinite number of systems, sensors, and syncs. It won’t be long before our minds can’t decode what’s virtual reality from what’s IRL (In Real Life). Our brains have been hacked, rewired for online interaction.

We’d rather logoff mankind to enjoy man made. It’s caused an identity crisis. But how exactly are we to be in the world without being of the World Wide Web?

Hacked Minds challenges the reader to unplug from the matrix of cyberspace in order to understand what it is to be human.

Space Drifters: The Emerald Enigma Space Drifters: The Emerald Enigma

by Paul Regnier 

Space heroes or cosmic rejects?

Captain Glint Starcrost is not having the carefree, adventurous life the space academy brochures promised star pilots.

Broke, with an unreliable star freighter and a bounty on his head, Glint is desperate enough to try anything. Even set out on a quest to find a fabled good-luck charm, the Emerald Enigma.

Now for a crew. A passive-aggressive ship computer, a peaceable alien warrior, and timetraveling teen from the past aren’t what he had in mind. But they’ll have to do.

The Emerald Enigma won’t wait forever and neither will the bounty hunter tracking him.