Say hello to Future House Publishing's first cyber punk novel, Stuck in the Game! We would love to see your reviews of Christopher Keene's Stuck in the Game on Amazon, Goodreads, your blogs, and any other types of social media you've got. To purchase the book, go to our page. We appreciate your support!
About Stuck in the Game
After a terrible car accident puts seventeen-year-old Noah Newbolt into a coma, he is hooked up to the innovative Dream Engine—a virtual reality helmet that immerses the player in an online fantasy game. The Dream Engine keeps Noah’s mind alive while doctors frantically work to heal his body, but dying in the game could send Noah back into a coma, forever.
Meanwhile, Noah’s girlfriend, Sue, is suffering injuries from the same car crash, and the doctors grow confused when she seemingly fails to connect to the game. Then Noah encounters a mysterious avatar who suggests the last remnants of Sue’s consciousness are being held prisoner in the most dangerous part of the game.
Noah takes it upon himself to rescue Sue, allying himself with a group of high-level players. But as he rises through the ranks, his high status earns him the ire of top players across the world. Can Noah stay alive—and awake—long enough to save Sue and escape the game?
Working together, several of our Future House authors are coming out with an Anthology on May 12th! To show support for our authors and their amazing stories, we would love to see your reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, your blogs, and any other types of social media you've got. Spread the word! Once the book is on Amazon and Goodreads, the links will be live here for you to post your reviews! Thank you!
About Future Worlds: A Science Fiction Anthology
Love science fiction? Consider this your formal introduction to a whole bunch of out-of-this-world books and authors. For the first time ever, we at Future House Publishing are combining the best of the best in our new book: Future Worlds: A Science Fiction Anthology.
Within the Future Worlds Sci-fi Anthology you will find stories spun from the webs of current Future House bestselling books. Haven't read any of their books yet? Don't worry: the Future Worlds Anthology is a good place to start. Whether you are a fan of space dinosaurs, population annihilating bugs, interstellar magicians, man vs. distant planet scenarios, or colonization troubles, this anthology will have something galactic for you!
Are you ready to dive into another adventure? Thanks to D.W. Vogel, Horizon Alpha: Predators of Eden came out on May 19th!! We would love to see your reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, your blogs, and any other types of social media you've got. Thank you for your support!
About Horizon Alpha: Predators of Eden
We never would have come here if we’d known.
Two hundred years ago, the great Ark Horizon Alpha escaped a doomed Earth and went searching for a new home. The passengers landed on Teu Ceti e expecting paradise, but instead they discovered a planet stuck in its own version of the cretaceous period. The humans’ one defense against the dinosaurs ravaging the planet is an electric fence, built from the remains of the shuttles that brought them there.
But Eden base has only days of power left.
With most of the adult men dead, rookie soldier Caleb Wilde and his unit of teenage boys leave the electric fences of Eden in search of a reactor core lost deep in the jungle.
The last remnant of the human race waits behind the electric fence for their return. The dinosaurs wait, too--for the electricity to die and the feast to begin.
Better safe than sorry. Better calm than dead.
Nik Granjer hates the Bug. It was the Bug that destroyed the world when it wiped out more than ninety percent of humanity a hundred years ago.
Even now, the Bug kills anyone whose heart rate goes over 140 beats per minute. That’s why the Prime Administrator gave everyone the Papas—digital wrist monitors that put people to sleep when their heart rate gets too high. The Papas saved humankind.
But one night on the border of New Frisko, Nik tampers with his Papa and discovers a dreadful secret: the Bug might not be there after all. When his experiment takes a terrible turn, a brutal enforcement squad from the city forces Nik into hiding.
On the run and searching for allies, Nik’s only hope is to discover the truth about the Prime Administrator’s regime and the origins of the Bug. If he doesn’t, humankind may never break free from the conspiracy holding it in its grip.
Parrish, originally self-published by Shannen Crane Camp, is now a part of our library here at Future House! It launched on April 28th! We would love to see your reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, your blogs, and any other types of social media you've got. Share the news! Thank you!
Sadie Smith was absolutely certain of three things: (1) ghosts were indisputably real; (2) she and her three friends were some of the best (though not the most successful) ghost hunters in Oregon; (3) her teammate Jefferson Parrish was always the scariest thing in the room. In a face-off between supernatural beings and Jefferson's Tim Burton-esque vibe there really was no contest.
But ghosts—unsurprisingly—can’t help pay the rent. So when Sadie and her friends are offered an undisclosed sum of money from an anonymous client to find a link between four historical haunted locations, it’s an easy sell.
During their cross-country investigation, Sadie finds herself forgetting about Jefferson’s macabre tendencies and falling for his sweetness, even if his idea of a love letter reads more like a note from a serial killer. And she can’t stop thinking about his annoyingly irresistible deep green eyes.
As Sadie’s feelings get more tangled up with Jefferson, their group puts together the final pieces of a 100 year old mystery—one that will change Sadie’s life forever.
Get ready for another great adventure! We are proud here at Future House to include Dawn of Procyon among our other amazing books. We would love to see your reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, your blogs, and any other types of social media you've got. Tell your friends! Thank you!
About Dawn of Procyon
A distant planet. A deadly secret.
Seventeen years after it began, the interstellar war has taken its toll: the inhabitants of Earth are desperate to find a way to defeat the Argoni, a merciless and horrifying alien race.
Light years away from the fighting, mechanic Landry Stanton lives a peaceful, mundane life on the desolate planet Procyon A, and that’s just the way he likes it. But when an unauthorized trip to the other side of the planet leaves him shipwrecked and stranded alongside a hostile alien that wants him dead, Landry discovers a terrifying secret: the Argoni threat is greater than anyone back on Earth imagined.
With his oxygen and water running out, and with no way to warn the United Earth Marines, Landry’s lonely fight for survival becomes a battle for humanity itself.
The Hunger by Michael D. Young, came out on April 7th!! That said, we would love to see your reviews of The Hunger on Amazon, Goodreads, your blogs, and any other types of social media you've got, as soon as you've read the book. Spread the word! Once the book is on Amazon and Goodreads, the links will be live here for you to post your reviews! Thank you!
About The Hunger
Feed your Hunger.
In a distant, war-torn land, every man, woman and child must either consume the magical substance known as Sustenance or succumb to the Hunger. Those who succumb develop deformities and face exile — or even death.
The scholar Azil wants nothing more than to lead a tranquil life and beat back the Hunger. But when a mysterious assassin tries to kill Azil, and a stranger shows up at his door challenging him to join her on a quest, he embarks on a dangerous journey to steal the sacred gems of Sustenance guarded in a forbidden fortress. To get there, Azil must venture through a land of floating cities, ravenous mage wraiths, ax-wielding warriors, and bloodthirsty bandits.
But with the sacred gems of Sustenance come volatile magic — magic so strange and dangerous, that the prophecies foretell it could usher in a golden age, or turn its wielder into the darkest of villains.
Unlike our science fiction anthology, Fantastic Worlds presents fantasy-themed short stories from Future House authors as well as best-stelling authors outside of Future House like Christie Golden, Paul Genesse, Michaelbrent Collings, and Jacob Gowans!
To show support for our authors and their amazing stories, we would love to see your reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, your blogs, and any other types of social media you've got. Spread the word! Once the book is on Amazon and Goodreads, the links will be live here for you to post your reviews! Thank you!
About Fantastic Worlds: A Fantasy Anthology
Love fantasy? Consider this your formal introduction to a smattering of magical books and authors. We at Future House Publishing are combining the best of the best in our new book: Fantastic Worlds: A Fantasy Anthology.
Within Fantasic Worlds, you will find stories spun from the webs of current Future House bestselling books. Haven't read any of their books yet? Don't worry: Fantastic Worlds is a good place to start. Whether you are a fan of magicians, dragons, frogs and princesses, head-butting assassins, or fairy tales turned on their heads, this anthology will have something fantastic for you!