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Welcome to AUTHOR UNDERGROUND, where every other month we spotlight one book that’s written by a fellow indie author or authors. All reviews will be posted on Goodreads and/or Amazon in order to help the author’s ratings.

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\\ December 2016/January 2017 //

Britain Looks to the Future by Edward M. Grant, J. J. Green, Graham Toseland, Ian Pattinson, Matthew Eliot, Garth Owen, Angeline Trevena, and Felix R. Savage

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From Victorian zombies to intergalactic comic capers, near future wars to the human colonisation of space, take a trip with nine stories from eight great British independent authors.

Smiling Is Contagious – Edward M. GrantTired of healing wounded soldiers on the borders of the British Empire, Silas Cane returns to the heartlands of Victorian England as a rural doctor. The quiet Oxfordshire village is a welcome break from the chaos of war, until a smiling madman dies of a disease never seen before.

Mission Improbable (Carrie Hatchett, Space Adventurer #1) – J.J. GreenAfter providing a good home for her butt-ugly dog and psychotic cat, Carrie’s biggest challenge in life is to avoid being fired, again.Then a strange green mist sucks her beneath her kitchen sink, and an unusual clerical error leads to an offer she foolishly doesn’t refuse.

Spared: Alone (Survivors of the Apocalypse, Book 1) – Graham ToselandNo power. No internet. No phones. No clue what has happened and, worst of all, no people.The few survivors are alone, stuck in a world where everything they have come to rely on was taken away in the blink of an eye.

Sounds Of Soldiers – Ian PattinsonFive years after a crazy US President started a bizarre guerrilla campaign against the Muslim citizens of Europe, which quickly escalated into confrontations all across the continent, there is finally peace.Robert Jones reported on key events of the war, but now he’s home. Can he adapt to peace?

Impact (The IMPACT Series Book 1) – Matthew EliotIt’s been nine months since the meteorites hit. They brought destruction and disease, carrying a mysterious pathogen that killed untold millions, and turned others into Meteorwraiths – zombie-like human relics.IMPACT is an epic dystopian tale, spanning two continents, with a rich cast of characters, all struggling to survive.

Pickers – Garth OwenRemy and his family are on hunting a seed bank, hidden away before climate change crashed everything. The trail has led them to a bunker, and what they find inside is going to send them back to the community they ran away from ten years ago.

The Bottle Stopper (The Paper Duchess Book 1) – Angeline TrevenaMaeve was six when they took her mother away, and left her in the care of her Uncle Lou.For eleven years she’s lived with him in Falside’s slums, deep in the silt of the Falwere River. She bottles his miracle medicine, stocks his apothecary shop, and endures his savage temper.But as his violence escalates, and his lies come undone, she plans to escape him forever. Even if it means people have to die.

The Galapagos Incident (Book 1 of the Sol System Renegades series) – Felix R. SavageTasked with evacuating the squatters on 11073 Galapagos from their doomed asteroid, Space Corps agent Elfrida Goto struggles with an uncooperative telepresence robot and an angry local liaison.But when a lethal AI fleet attacks Elfrida’s home base, her mission changes in a hurry. Now, she has just one chance to save the people of 11073 Galapagos. Fighting was never in her job description… but she’ll just have to learn. Fast.

Fade To Grey – Edward M. GrantMaintenance Bot M-3 was always proud of the smooth and reliable operation of the starships it maintained as they travelled the galaxy searching for life on unexplored worlds. It lived for the desperate struggle against the forces of chaos and decay, fighting against time to complete repairs before disaster struck.But this job may be beyond even its capabilities.

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11 thoughts on “Author Underground

  1. Thanks for featuring The Smuggler’s Gambit for your September selection…. And just in time for the launch of its sequel!

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