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  • The Shaman's Apprentice

    by B. Muze
    Her master calls her shaman. Her people call her witch. Gods, spirits, and demons won't stop calling. In this first book of B. Muze's epic primitive fantasy, Yaku Shaman believes he has at last found his apprentice—a girl who talks with ghosts, spirits and gods with equal ease. Unfortunately, his people refuse to accept her. The shaman forces Jovai to sacrifice every hope of a normal life, until the people, unaware of the dangers threatening them, revolt. Barely escaping both her people and... more
  • The Slinger Trilogy

    by Ben Lyle Bedard
    On the alien planet of Damodara, the powers that be gather to decide who will own the future. Caught up in their plans are pioneers and renegades, including the mysterious Slinger, a woman cursed by beauty, who has been chased to the ends of known space. Written in a western dialect, The Slinger Trilogy is a raucous, rude, and beautiful saga with dozens of characters. For the first time, The Equilibrium of Stars, Strange Bonds, and All of a Darkness are collected, bringing to a completion this e... more
  • Code 47 to BREV Force

    by Francine Barish-Stern
    A computer virus has become a sentient being. It calls itself Controller, and is trying to take over the minds of young teens and college students. Its goal is to form an army of mindless followers to takeover the world. Two teens decide to challenge Controller and The BREV Force are born! These super enhanced twins have created more than their own powers, but what they have inadvertently produced is illegal! Code 47 To BREV Force is not just a call to action, it is a battle that test... more
  • Sellenria: The Starship and the Citadel

    by Chuck Boeheim
    It all began with an artifact: an enigmatic red gem that held the voice of Jonan Gremm. Four hundred years after Jonan mysteriously vanished, archaeologist Stenn Gremm tracks that artifact to its planet of origin, a planet where technology is myth and myths are real. He is forced to embrace a world that he would have called impossible — until he lost all of his modern augments and equipment to a creature that shouldn’t exist. Stenn must travel by foot across the face of this world, in the com... more
  • Duke Grandfather Saves the World*: or at least a small part of it (The Duke Grandfather Saga) (Volume 2)

    by James Maxstadt
    Duke's life has become about more than simply taking nuisances off the Board these days. Instead, he finds himself dealing with screams that no one wants to hear, a not-so hidden Dwarven city, foul-mouthed birds on the wing, and more. But when he and Lilly discover that all of these are parts of a coordinated attack on Capital City, they join up with old and new friends and rivals to keep the city safe. When combined with trying to get a wedding planned and pulled off, Duke is kept running as he... more
  • Tales of a Nuisance Man

    by James Maxstadt
    Duke Grandfather is the number one Nuisance Man in Capital City. But when the rules of the game change, he's forced to adapt to a new way of thinking. That's okay though, he was on the fence about the whole thing anyway. Throw in a new girlfriend, some new houseguests, and a brand-new rival, and Duke's life is about to become much more interesting. Join in as Duke recalls how he first became a Nuisance Man, and several of his most memorable adventures. From the undead and winged menaces, to a... more
  • Mr Drake and My Lady Silver: A New Tale of Aylfenhame (Tales of Aylfenhame Book 4)

    by Charlotte E. English
    Lincoln, 1812. Grieving for a long-dead sister, Ilsevel is elated to learn that her twin may yet have survived — and angry, for at the centre of this decades-old tale is the traitor Wodebean. A cheat he may be, but he holds the key to her sister’s life, and Ilsevel will travel the length and breadth of England to find him. But can she do it alone? Son of a disgruntled baker, Phineas Drake slaves away his days in his father’s pastry shop, dreaming of a better life. Delivering plum-cakes in the... more
  • The Matriarch

    by Frank Dravis
    The book is 95% written, 98,000 words. No polished synopsis as yet. Will update this page when ready.
  • Makers of Destiny

    by David Crane
    Tanya Gray was one of those who survived the nuclear nightmare. Changed into a powerful being by nature’s hidden defense mechanism, she seeks peace in the shattered post-war America. Humans and Panthers are now sharing the war-ravaged planet. As the wounded country recovers, Tanya becomes a wife and a mother. Serving the New America with pride and honor, she looks forward to a better tomorrow. Then a mysterious and ruthless enemy from the prewar era makes its presence known. They want to conq... more
  • The New Magic

    by Joseph Malik

    "Tell me who you ride beside, and I'll tell you who you are."

    In the second installment of Joseph Malik's bestselling Outworlders saga, former stuntman and one-time Olympic saber hopeful Jarrod Torrealday faces a ghost from his tortured past and a war he thought he'd averted.

    Now Lord Protector of Falconsrealm and a knight in the secretive Order of the Stallion, Jarrod awakens one glorious fall mornin... more

  • An Apprentice to Three Masters: The Chronicles of Chloe, Book Two

    by D. T. Nelson

    The second novel in the epic fantsy series The Chronicles of Chloe. It returns the reader to familiar settings and characters as well as expanding the world of Eratheal.

  • A Daughter of Two Worlds: The Chronicles of Chloe, Book One

    by D. T. Nelson

    Too Many Secrets...

    Chloe Mikaelsson barely remembers her mother, and her father refuses to talk about her death. Her best friend has suddenly stopped returning her phone calls. If that wasn’t bad enough, some creepy cosplay guy is stalking her. She can’t imagine things getting worse. Then a group of masked strangers in dark cloaks, armed with swords and magic, invade her home and drag her sister into the forest behind their house. Before her father di... more

  • The Foundry: Dianis, A World In Turmoil

    by Frank Dravis
    The lead character in The Foundry is a cultural anthropologist.      The Foundry, a sci-fi fantasy, is about the protected planet of Dianis. In a sudden shift of federation policy, the planet is stripped of its observers, but a single team circumvents the withdrawal and stays behind. Love, friendship, and career aspirations drive the members of the last remaining Interspecies Development Branch team.  In many ways, The Foundry can be compared to Dune. Both are on primitive backwater worlds wit... more
  • Sorcerous Rivalry

    by Kayleigh Nicol
    In the peace following the Great Mage Hunt, the king's long-time mistress is revealed as a sorceress. Locked away for the safety of the kingdom, bounties are placed upon the heads of the seven children she birthed. Mage hunters have scoured the kingdom for four years, searching for the seven scattered mage-born bastards. After growing up in an orphanage, Reshi discovers his parentage and learns to hide his magic, living peacefully in a remote village with an unusual friend. But when an alluri... more
  • The Music of Mars

    by George G. Moore
    Blackballed from the archaeology field after a dispute with her project leader, Gretchen Blake is forced to accept a job offer from MarsVantage to decipher odd symbols in a remote Martian cave. If she can correctly interpret them, it will open up a cavern filled with an energy source that could dramatically improve MarsVantage’s circumstances. Interplanetary, MarsVantage’s Earth-based rival, will stop at nothing to prevent them from succeeding… including bribery, theft, and even murder. Can G... more