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  • Dragon of Ash & Stars: A Novel

    by H. Leighton Dickson
    “People say that a Dragon breathes Fire. That is a myth. A Dragon IS Fire and his Whole Life is the Story of his Burning – Page by Blistering Page.” “Brilliant, Insightful and Spiritual.” – West Coast Book Reviews Stormfall is a dragon born with a coat the colour of a starry night. When a violent storm strikes his island aerie, he is carried on hurricane winds into the complicated and sometimes cruel world of men. There, his journey takes him from fisher dragon to farmer, pit-fighting drag... more
  • Voyage into Darkness Book one: Callings

    by R. Carlyle Coulton
    It began with the vision. Vhyernor foresaw the coming holocaust; a terrible calamity delivered upon the land of Trustrum. Forced to act, the grand wizard rallies his allies to make ready for what appears imminent. And yet, even these measures may be insufficient, for the enemy wields magic that is eons old; an arcane power that far surpasses his own formidable skills. Dorian, Nora and Rugan are seasoned warriors all. Hailing from different quarters, they are definitely strangers to the ... more
  • The First Soul (The Adventures of J. J. Stone Book 1)

    by W. J. Cherf
    The paranormal adventures of a demon-slaying U. S. Marine. At the Battle of Nasiriyah, U.S. Marine Sergeant J. J. Stone’s life flat out changed. Ducking enemy fire, he fell into a mortar crater and stumbled across an artifact. Curious, Stone touched it. Big mistake, for the soul of a Sumerian took possession of him. Fortunately, this ancient soul was on a worthy quest–to find his wife’s remains. As if that weren’t enough, Stone didn’t know his importance to the cosmic order, until told by ... more
  • American Siddhi

    by Curtis Mitchell
    A story of the American Heartland, ranging from the Mississippi River to the mountains, it is the tale of a battle for a soul, and on behalf of the souls of the people of the land. Pitting the forces of culture against the power of the individual, the reader is left with a sense of hope and the possibility for a new myth, and a new story.
  • Bifrost

    by Dan R. Arman
    Being sent on a year-long covert mission to discover what happened to a ship that mysteriously went silent after returning from the other side of the galaxy was bound to put a strain on Oedipa Maat and Joe Casta's relationship. But even locating and reaching the missing vessel amid corporate intrigue and terrorist attacks could prove to be dangerous. Yet what they find on the ship could prove to be far more deadly and amazing than they could ever imagine.
  • Hunter of the Dead

    by Stephen Kozeniewski

    Someone has begun targeting vampires. 

    Vampire leaders of the thirteen Houses attribute the string of recent losses to over-zealous vampire hunters. Only Cicatrice, the most ancient and powerful vampire in the world, suspects that the semi-legendary Hunter of the Dead may be the real culprit. 

    Carter Price, a vampire hunter who despises the way his profession is becoming centralized and corporatized, begins to suspect the Hunter of the Dead is back, too –... more

  • Silent Clarion

    by Matthew Graybosch

    My curiosity might get me killed. I thought I needed a vacation from my duties as an Adversary in service to the Phoenix Society. After learning about unexplained disappearances in a little town called Clarion, I couldn’t stop myself from checking it out.

    Now I must protect a witness to two murders without any protection but my sword. I must identify a murderer who strikes from the shadows. I must expose secrets the Phoenix Society is hellbent on keeping buried.

    I ... more

  • Without Bloodshed

    by Matthew Graybosch

    “All who threaten me die.”

    With these words, Morgan Stormrider forged his reputation in the Phoenix Society’s elite corps of Individual Rights Defense officers. He served for ten years as the Society’s avenging sword, hunting those who dared kill Adversaries until a mission to strike down a friend gone rogue shattered his faith.

    Unable to believe in the Society any longer, Morgan wants to begin a new life with his friend and bandmate Naomi ... more

  • This Strange Engine (The Engine Series) (Volume 1)

    by Philip Ligon
    Thief. Pauper. Magic addict. Alexander Asherton, Ash to his friends, has reached the low point of his life. A once promising future with the Church of England has given way to a clandestine organization which tracks and collects items of a magical nature. They provide the elixirs that keep Ash alive, and in exchange he uses the power the elixirs grant to ‘acquire’ what they desire. If he succeeds, he lives. If he fails, he dies. The arrangement is simple enough…until his latest assignment become... more
  • Death of an Assassin

    by Ian Hiatt
    Technically, Layla hasn't killed anyone. Ask the witnesses. It was a misstep here, a trip-and-fall there—accidents happen. And Layla is paid very well to ensure that they do. Her mother once traced their lineage back to ancient times. Go flip through The Odyssey. Some great-great-great grandmother is in there beckoning sailors to rocky deaths. For eons her kind has made it their business to bring hapless men to quick and messy ends. Layla can't help it that Saint Roch City has job listings... more
  • Chiaroscuro - The Mouse and the Candle

    by Matthew S Cox
    God’s will be done. After eleven years as a priest living by these words, Father Antonio Molinari never imagined who would teach his strongest lesson of faith―a vampire. Part of a secret order within the Vatican, he is sent to investigate and debunk supernatural events. A case of possession brings him to the French countryside, where two local clergy offer him the chance of a lifetime. They claim to have captured a vampire, and beg his expertise in helping them study the fiend. When the... more
  • Divine Merit

    by Virginia Cantrell

    Trained from birth to become the ruler of the Nephilim and their island sanctuary, Amira is the perfect princess, until her birthright and even her fundamental beliefs are ripped away. She’ll discover perfection and training count for nothing when faced with a ruthless enemy determined to possess her and all she holds dear.

    As captain of the Royal Guard, Caeden’s priority is to protect the Royal Family. Sometimes that means protecting the naïve princess from her own des... more

  • Warlords of Llantatis

    by Dominic Green
    WARLORDS OF LLANTATIS's graphics, gameplay, and immersive three-dimensional virtual reality experience took the online role playing gaming world by storm when it was first released - but it was first released over fifteen years ago. Now it's a haunt for the nostalgic and unfashionable. Cyrus Baggett and Raj Rengarajulu have been pretending to be Smelrond of Quimnimbriel and Mordaxxe, Pwner of Noobs since college. Now they're old, married, and wanted by most of the crowned heads, secret police or... more
  • Casimir Bridge

    by Darren Beyer
    A manned, interstellar survey ship has gone missing. A nuclear terror plot is thwarted just outside Washington, D.C. And it’s an election year. Mandisa “Mandi” Nkosi is a young reporter who, while on a trip to Johannesburg to connect with her roots, is contacted by an anonymous source with evidence that material seized from a nuclear terror plot will point squarely at one of humanity’s most important companies as the supplier. The source also unveils that the “evidence” against the company - ... more
  • Smallworld: A Science Fiction Adventure Comedy: Space Opera on Mount Ararat

    by Dominic Green

    Mount Ararat isn't your average extrasolar agrarian colony. A world the size of an asteroid yet having Earth-standard gravity, Mount Ararat plays host to a strangely confident family whose children are protected by the Devil, a mechanical killing machine, from such passers-by as Mr von Trapp (an escapee from a penal colony), the Made (manufactured humans being hunted by the State), and the super-rich clients of a gravitational health spa established at Mount Ararat's South Pole. But i... more

  • The Last Wizard of Eneri Clare

    by April Leonie Lindevald
    Traumatized by a tragic accident at the wizardry school where he is a student, Tvrdik retreats to the solitude of the ancient forest. But his fragile peace is shattered when his old Master shows up to recruit him for a classic battle of good and evil. Tvrdik may be the only person who can tip the balance, and the stakes are frighteningly high. If he is to succeed, he must team up with Lady Jorelial Rey, the spirited, dragon-riding regent of a kingdom in chaos, and they must convince th... more

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