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  • The Colins Godson Annual

    by Adam Smith
    years in the making, 'The Colin's Godson Annual' is a unique graphic novel experience that will have strong appeal with aficionados of 90s Britpop nostalgia, convoluted nested plotlines, and very daffy humour. (as well grotty fanzine level Herge pastiche artwork). Ostensibly and initially, It illustrates the offworld adventures of the real life (if terminally unpopular) music group Colins Godson, (check put their fulsome back catalogue here: colinsgodson.bandcamp.com ) they travel across... more
  • Breaking the Shackles

    by Tonja Condray Klein
    This Fantasy Literary Novel is about discovering the eternal truth that with faith, friendship, and fortitude, someone can forge his or her destiny with others to change their world for the better by finding true strength of heart when fighting for what is right and to protect those that person loves. This truth unfolds through the lives of two teenage sisters determined to follow a path given to them to help salvage other fighters who thought they'd abandoned their destiny long ago only to find... more
  • Dark King: Land of Shadow (Mapper Book 6)

    by Royce Buckingham
    A haunted bog, flesh-eating insects, and a melting mountain test Queen Cameo, Vill, Tobias and Adara while an enemy that drains blood to feed dark sorcery is on the road. Someone powerful is rallying forces to retake the city that has been occupied by the Royal Majesty Blackpool and his dark army. As the past and present collide, a heroic man and an imposter queen try to save an entire people. Can the mapper change the world one last time or will the darkness of the past forever doom Abrogan? In... more
  • Red Queen: Kingdom of Blood (Mapper Book 5)

    by Royce Buckingham
    Cameo leaves her theater troupe for the performance of a lifetime. She will become the Red Queen in the midst of intrigue to unite a people. Failure will mean her death. She must send armies to war to conquer the city of Skye in Abrogan, a fabled land of dragons, wizards and monsters across an endless ocean. As the Queen flees with Captain Scarlet, a bizarre Jumper has left one body for another, seeking power while the world changes mysteriously. The map of the world has disappeared from the cas... more
  • Villain: Shadows Will Fall (Mapper Book 4)

    by Royce Buckingham
    HUNTED! Wexford Stoli has the power to move the very darkness with his quill and ink, but whenever he draws, chaos and ruin soon follow. When he and his rag-tag company of freaks, gypsies and soldiers are hunted by a vengeful Vill Magnan and his savage Murk army, will Wex face the villain without his magic or risk falling into darkness himself?
  • The Seeds of Dissolution

    by William C. Tracy
    On a bright August day, the sun disappears. Sam van Oen barely escapes freezing to death in his house, as his watch stops and fire ceases to burn. He is pulled into the Nether—a nexus between ten alien cultures—where he meets Rilan and Origon, two maji who can control the musical foundation of the universe. While coping with anxiety attacks prompted by his new surroundings, Sam must learn to hear and change the Symphony, and thus reality, in order to discover what happened to his home. But... more
  • Conjurer: Behind the Veil (Mapper Book 3)

    by Royce Buckingham
    Wexford Stoli has a talent, and it’s not raising pigs. He joins palace soldiers as a cartographer to map the lands of the kingdom for Overlord Kryst. The Veil in the Angry Mountains is said to hide the blasphemies of a bygone age, and the dark curtain has remained for hundreds of years. Those drawn into the Veil of darkness do not return. The company includes a magician of dubious skills, a Count’s daughter, and an unlikely group of misfits. Wex becomes the mapper when his sketching unexpectedly... more
  • The Summoned Guest

    by Maria Maggio Fisher
  • Manual Automata

    by Benyakir Horowitz
    Jules Winters comes from a desiccated community, Eldorado Springs. He meets a young woman and falls in love on the same day his only friend has been condemned to prison. Gradually, Jules feels like an exotic animal kept in a menagerie. Reflecting Cato the Elder’s decision that a free man’s ultimate decision is suicide, Jules decides to sacrifice himself and save those he left behind. He extracts his humanity piece by piece and rebuilds himself as a robot. In the consequent loss of his own humani... more
  • Primogénito: The Fuentes Legacy

    by Greta Cribbs
    “I wake up in the middle of the night sometimes and see him standing at the foot of the bed, staring at me. Some nights I don’t think he sleeps at all.” Ashley Preston has a problem. Her husband Nick has fallen victim to a mysterious illness, alternating between bizarre physical symptoms for which doctors cannot determine a cause and alarming personality changes which have Ashley fearing not just for Nick’s health but for her own safety as well. Desperate to save her husband, she turns to the... more
  • The Devil's Charity

    by Robert D Turvil
    This fantasy is like no other. You’ll go on a blindfolded roller-coaster ride. Nothing you expect ever happens, only the unexpected. The ending will leave you stunned and thoughtful. It might even change your life. And so it begins. Imagine all your memories ripped away. All you know is your name and that you’re somewhere. With everyone else behaving normally, what can you do? Who can you trust?
  • The Rashade': Chronicles of the Coranydas (Volume 1)

    by Rebecca Tran
    When a sinister mage murders Mara Coryanda’s father, she trades her privileged existence for one devoted to vengeance by any means necessary. Soon her tireless quest leads to frustration. The mage proves to be a formidable opponent, who will stop at nothing to ensure his master plan comes to fruition…unless Mara locates the magical artifacts that could twist fate and help her raise an army to save her homeland. Will her quest prove to be too much to bear or will fate intervene on her behalf... more
  • The Blighted City (The Fractured Tapestry Book 1)

    by Scott Kaelen

    “To challenge the gods is to invite their wrath.” So it is written of Lachyla, the Blighted City, in the Codex of the Ages. But who reads codices? And who really believes the tall stories of the Taleweavers? Dagra does. He was raised on such tales, and if it’s anything to do with the gods – even a dead god – he believes every word.

    When his team of sellswords are offered a contract to cross the Deadlands in search of Lachyla, he wants no part of it. His com... more

  • Blackpool: The Veil of Shadow (Mapper Book 2)

    by Royce Buckingham
    As Ian Krystal and his Clansmen travel the outskirts of the kingdom, he discovers that his father’s legacy of conquest has left many of the people scattered and bitter. The Lord of Maps charts the kingdom and the clan chronicles continue. But it may be that they are changing the past and creating the future. Krystal vows to make amends but the wrath of a winged beast causes Petrich to invoke the dark for their protection. A new start for the King means recalling the clansmen to Skye but their di... more
  • Lingua Galactica

    by S.J. Schwaidelson
    As communications officer and chief linguist on the U.S.S. Washington, D.C., Lieutenant Sarah Jane Rothko Krieg’s primary function is to make sure they understand what is being said to them, and that the non-Terrans understand what they are saying. Nuance is everything. Her days are spent face-to-face beings from all over the galaxy. Her natural ability for language puts her in a unique position, one she relishes. There are conferences to monitor, crises to mitigate, and diplomats to humor. ... more
  • Retreads

    by Steve Hobbs
    Margaret Dearborn’s death has been a mystery since the moment her shattered body was found in the front yard of her affluent Massachusetts home two hundred years ago. Depressed after the disappearance of her true love, Cager Barclay, and in conflict with her disapproving father, most believe her death was tragically self-inflicted. Now, Meg lives again thanks to a revolutionary discovery that has regenerated her flesh and bones. When Meg confesses she still cannot let Cager's memory go, her ... more

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