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  • Solar Knights

    by Adam Moymy
    Lucian and fellow treasure hunters land on the moon of Kordan, searching for artifacts to plunder. They discover a twenty-thousand-year-old vault from a forgotten age of Mankind. Lucian learns the mysterious and sinister nature of his world. The Solar Knights Order, lead by the great Grandmaster Kairos, chase an old enemy through an empire consumed by war. Difficult decisions must be made, for the fate of the ancient Order rests upon his shoulders. In the Forsaken regions, the Emperors once grea... more
  • Future Comes from Behind (PARADIGM SHIFT, #1)

    by STK Chan
    After Lisa barely manages to escape an invasion from the Rebel army in her home of Malta, she discovers Exo. This ancient dimension is made of memories from the past and brings forth all the strong echoes we leave behind. Lisa desperately wants to resolve the conflicts of this inner world peacefully, but quickly learns she must fight the shadows in people's hearts, materialized through battle re-enactments, warfare and emotional turmoil.
  • A New God in Athens

    by Peter Kornis
    The novel is an alternate history fantasy about the Peloponnesian war between Sparta and Athens in ancient Greece. The main character named Zeevik and his friend a weird god Josh, travel to another universe using a portal based on dark matter. Contrary to other gods who thrive on the prayers and the religious beliefs of their followers, Josh thrives on the scientific and artistic developments of the human spirit. They arrive at a local version of ancient Greece which is on the brink o... more
  • Jericho Caine Vampire Slayer: Dakota Rises

    by Dee Rose
    Jericho’s vacation is interrupted when he learns that an ancient vampire angel, Dakota, has risen. Dakota’s story is unique in that both angels and demons believe he’s an abomination and want to destroy him. Instead of blood, Kota survives off human souls, which poses a threat to both Heaven and the underworld. The humans that he turns into creatures of the night, are more zombie-like than vampires, and are called minions. When a demon coerces the vampire Lord, Caden, leader of the Ireland Murph... more
  • Father Tom Padilla: Mark of the Demon Priest

    by Dee Rose
    Father Tom Padilla died in the events that ended in The Hangman. His friend Jericho Caine, the vampire slayer, recovered his body and made plans to cremate it. However, the body is stolen by a demon that plans to inhabit Tom's body. The botched incantation brings Tom back to life and sets him on a collision course with the demon. He learns the demon can't possess his body without a ring engraved with the Padilla's family crest. Tom's path reunites him with Jericho, a new love interest, and terri... more
  • The Grand Librarian: Life of an Immortal

    by Dee Rose
    The Grand Librarian: Life of an Immortal, tells the story of Alexander Merryweather, which begins initially in the year 1273 A.D. On the surface, the Grand Library appears normal. But underneath it, lies a secret chamber containing knowledge from Merlin’s world of magic and wizardry. However, a rebel group known as the Knights of Niviane, led by Alexander’s daughter, want the secrets for themselves. When they lay siege to the library, Alexander is forced to destroy the chamber with a fiery spell... more
  • The Unfortunate Curse of Deathfall Forest: Weeds, Meads, and Steeds (Inebriated Magic Book 1)

    by Luke M. Charles
    A drunken wizard curses a forest by accident, which grows in size to threaten the whole kingdom, and it's up to five misfit adventures to save the day.
  • Where Ravens Soar (Nine World Protection Agency Book 1)

    by michelle Connor
    Rifinn, or Finn as she prefers to be known, is an agent working for the Nine World Protection Agency. Her job involves getting to the bottom of events that are often beyond the understanding of humans. She is also the granddaughter of Odin. While working on a shocking case where wolf-skin children are being kidnapped and then skinned for the black market, Finn and her partner Augustus track the suspect back to his palatial home where they discover a grisly scene that leaves them devastated. ... more
  • A Wind from the Wilderness

    by Suzannah Rowntree
    Hunted by demons. Lost in time. Welcome to the First Crusade. Syria, 636: As heretic invaders circle Jerusalem, young Lukas Bessarion vows to defend his people. Instead, disaster strikes. His family is ripped apart. His allies are slaughtered. And Lukas is hurled across the centuries to a future where his worst nightmares have come true... Constantinople, 1097: Ayla may be a heretic beggar, but she knows one thing for sure: six months from now, she will die. Before then, she must ave... more
  • The Prisoner

    by Sara Allyn

    The first in a series, Sara Allyn’s break though novel, “The Prisoner,” is a glimpse into life on the planet of Olrona.  We are introduced to the Pegaseans, whose advanced evolution has allowed their survival for thousands of years, despite an unforgiving terrain and constant threats from rival species. For all their talents, adaptations, and advanced social and governmental structures, they find themselves at the mercy of an ancient Entity who refuses to negotiate with... more

  • In the Shadows

    by Lawrence Medici

    New York City detective Al Russo is a walking cliché and he knows it.  His obsession with his job and the adrenaline rush it brings has led to a failed marriage and a taste for alcohol.

    ​Detective Russo is called to investigate, what appears to be, a simple traffic accident that resulted in the death of a homeless person.  However Al uncovers evidence that things may not be as they seem.  His suspicions appear to be confirmed when he is confronted one night by a sh... more

  • Orconomics: A Satire (The Dark Profit Saga Book 1)

    by J. Zachary Pike
    Orconomics: A Satire is the first book in The Dark Profit Saga, a trilogy of humorous epic fantasy novels. If you like down-and-out heroes, sidesplitting misadventures, and ingenious world-building, then you’ll love J. Zachary Pike’s dark and delightful ribbing of high fantasy.
  • Kingshold (Wildfire Cycle Book 1)

    by D. P. Woolliscroft
    Longlisted for the Booknest 2018 Fantasy Awards - Best Self Published Fantasy Novel and Best Debut Novel “This is a book that deserves to be recognized as not only one of the best self-published books of the year, but also as one of the best Fantasy books of 2018. .”-out of this world book reviews The King is Dead. Long Live the People! Mareth is a bard, a serial under achiever, a professional drunk, and general disappointment to his father. Despite this, Mareth has one thing going for ... more
  • Post-Apocalypticon (The Apocalypticon Trilogy Book 2)

    by Clayton Smith
    Ben Fogelvee isn’t having his best apocalypse. His madcap last-hurrah road trip from Chicago to Disney World ended in disaster; he lost his best friend, and he’s spent the three years since weighed down by ghosts and haunted by tragedy. When the train he's riding is beset by bandits who steal a particularly precious piece of cargo, Ben heads out into the high desert of the Colorado-Utah borderlands on a post-apocalyptic mission to get back what he’s lost. He’s not alone, though...he has the memo... more
  • The Amazon Legacy

    by Zenay Bekele Ben-Yochanan
  • Book 3 - Quantum Time

    by Douglas Phillips
    Everyone knew time travel was impossible. Then reality intruded. A dying man stumbles into a police station and collapses. In his fist is a mysterious coin with strange markings. He tells the police he’s from the future, and when they uncover the coin’s hidden message they’re inclined to believe him. Daniel Rice never asked for fame but his key role in Earth’s first contact with an alien civilization thrust him into a social arena where any crackpot might take aim. When the FBI arrives at his ... more

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