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The Book Bazaar / Rae
« on: September 23, 2014, 09:03:11 PM »
EarthGov Security Special Agent Kevin Martin and his partner, Probationary Agent Rachael (Rae) Mercer, thought they had been assigned an open-and-shut case. A murder had been committed on the colony of Haven and local law enforcement already had a suspect in custody, with enough evidence to ensure a conviction. Things begin to spin out of control when Rae is severely beaten and Kevin is accused of the attack. Who is trying to stop the murder investigation? What is connection between the suspect and the victim? How does the secret Rae is keeping tie into it?

Rae is available here –

http://tiny.cc/oqaomx



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The Book Bazaar / The Fault Lies Not...
« on: September 21, 2014, 07:50:29 PM »
In the late twenty-sixth century, a serial killer roams the city of Naufolk. There is little evidence left at the scenes of the murders, and no trace of the killer shows up on any of the city’s scanners. It's up to EarthGov Security Special Agent Lin Sillo and her partner, Special Agent Vincent DeBurg, to stop him. But is there something behind the murders, something that reaches far beyond the city?

The Fault Lies Not… is available here –

http://tinyurl.com/p6z5eqs



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The Book Bazaar / A Bright Symmetry
« on: September 19, 2014, 04:10:35 PM »
A Bright Symmetry is a series of stories set over the course of a year, stories of life, death and rebirth. After more than two thousand years, immortal Scott Madigan was tired of life and its unending struggles. But an archaeological expedition leads Scott to reassess and change his life...though nothing compares to the changes undergone by his lover, Zoe Baird.

A Bright Symmetry is available here –

http://tiny.cc/xbigmx




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The Book Bazaar / Campfire Stories - An Anthology
« on: September 17, 2014, 08:51:17 PM »
Campfire Stories is a collection of eight stories, ranging from the far distant past to the not-too-distant future. These are stories of self-discovery, exploration and duty, and the consequences of each. From a research project gone terribly wrong, to a an author finding out there's more to his childhood friend than he thought, to an investigator searching for someone who can hide in plain site...these stories show people striving for more and the consequences that brings.

The eight stories in Campfire Stories are: The End of Seconds", "Games of Life and Cold", "If You Listen Softly", "All My Yesterdays, Remembered", "Symmetry", "Signpost", "Last Light", "The Shape of the Truth"

Campfire Stories is available here -

http://tiny.cc/yv5cmx


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The Book Bazaar / With Eyes Open...
« on: September 15, 2014, 12:42:12 AM »
Mira Frayne thought she was going to make a change. She had been used and lied to but now she would start to make a better life for herself. Little did she know how much her life would change.  She would learn there is more to the world than she ever believed. The nature of this discovery is something she would have to deal with far into the future.

WITH EYES OPEN... is available here --

http://tiny.cc/qww7lx



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Introductions & Welcomes / Greetings and Salutations!
« on: September 13, 2014, 09:59:42 PM »
Hi! ;D  Allow me to introduce myself. My name's Michael P. Dunn.

I was born in New York and currently live in Central Florida (aka The Land That Time Remembered) with my cat, Brynna. I discovered science fiction at an early age, growing up on Lost In Space, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Captain Scarlet and The Thunderbirds. I've always had an active imagination; I always played with the toys I got for Christmas and my birthday but I had more fun playing with the boxes. I actually started writing in 1975, putting together some truly horrendous Space:1999 fan fiction. (Emphasis on horrendous. Fortunately, all copies have been destroyed.) I started writing seriously the day after I saw Star Wars. To be honest, I wouldn't be writing today if it hadn't been for my tenth grade English teacher.

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