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  • Wrath/Patience: Book One of the Event Horizon: Sins and Virtues

    by Jasmine Johnson
    The Seven Indomitable Sins and The Seven Almighty Virtues are awakening. Yhwh and Lucifer have called in their best soldiers to begin gathering them. Only the seven will be able to stand against the oncoming calamity. Who will find all seven in time? Which team will remain standing by the time the smoke clears? Wrath: Karma Strickland, a 23 year old who wants nothing more than to put the past behind her and just be normal. At least, as normal as one girl can be with killer anger issues and the a... more
  • By Sea & Sky

    by Antoine Bandele
    With no magic, no brawn, and no pirate crew, Zala seeks to steal back the one treasure that matters to her most: her husband. To succeed she needs a ship—and not just any ship, but the latest, secret invention by the Vaaji Empire. An airship. Zala will have to use her wits to overcome scoundrels and nobles alike on her journey through the clouds. But if she's smart enough, she may just have what it takes to save her husband—and go down in history as the first sky pirate. Delve into a... more
  • The Singular Adventures Of Jefferson Ball

    by David Perlmutter
    There never was a heroine like Jefferson Ball. And, thankfully, there may never be. She is, simply, the most powerful humanized female dog in a universe full of them. Faster, stronger, more attractive to boys. Unbeatable as a lover. Unfortunately, her brains are not up to this quality, but don’t tell her that. About the only one who can is Major Hamilton Pomeranian, the diminutive ex-soldier who is Jeff’s best friend and conscience. When she gets too big for her limited clothing, Hamilton tell... more
  • Nothing About Us Without Us

    by David Perlmutter
    Anybody who loves animated cartoons should be interested in knowing the truth about them. Which is that they have lives after the camera stops filming, and pretty interesting ones at that. This book will give you the truth about who they are and what they feel, direct from their lips. Particularly about how the leaders of the world want them out of the way, for good....
  • Let's Be Buddies

    by David Perlmutter
    Major Hamilton Pomeranian, once a highly decorated Star Soldier, has been discharged for a recently gained injury. Now forced into a non-military life, she is uncertain about what to do until reconnecting with Jefferson Ball, an old army buddy, and agreeing to assist her at her "job"- not realizing exactly what that will involve until it is too late...
  • Odes to the Multiverse

    by Tonya R. Moore
    Punk scifi, space opera, horror & urban fantasy vignettes and short stories featuring cosmic tales of distant worlds and strange futures where earthbound horrors unfold. This omnibus invites you to marvel at the macabre and maleficent; and embrace the weird and wonderful. Odes to the Multiverse is a collection of short works consisting of vignettes, meant to be digested in small doses, accompanied by several longer short stories for more leisurely enjoyment.
  • The Faerie Queen

    by Monica Williams
  • His Scream Queen

    by Brooklyn Ann

    QUEEN FOR A NIGHT

    When Lucio Argento is dumped by Amteep High’s most popular girl, he plots revenge in a way he's certain will crush her. He convinces Jamie Blair - the target of his ex’s bullying - into doing a makeover that will garner enough votes for her to be Prom Queen. What he doesn't expect is to fall for Jamie, or to become her willing accomplice in uncovering who is behind the spate of deaths of animals in their community. When their classmates begin to die... more

  • Memory of Dragons

    by Michael G. Munz

    Austin is an American grad student, on leave to mourn the death of his girlfriend, Rhi. Yet during a pilgrimage to her favorite place on the Welsh coast, he finds she may not be as dead as he thought. A pickpocket named Corinna claims to have stolen her memories. Rhi was a wizard from another world, she insists, and if Austin doesn’t trust her, that world will perish in an apocalypse of dragons.

    Austin rejects Corinna’s story. Magic? Stolen memories? Dragons? Yet soon, a sin... more

  • Fake News from a Distant Planet, Part 1: The Book of Bill

    by Alan Burroughs
    Having spent millennia trying to teach humanity how to tie its own shoelaces, God’s finally given up and gone into hiding. Problem is, there’s a spot of bother on the horizon and we might need a bit of help. It’s not exactly the apocalypse, but stopping it could mean all the difference between millennia of misery and suffering and… well, whatever it is that we call our existence at the moment. The good news is that Heaven has organised a search party. The bad news is that it’s made up of a coup... more
  • Elemental: Shadows of Otherside Book 1

    by Whitney Hill

    Enter an urban fantasy world where elves, vampires, weres, djinn, and others maintain a precarious balance of power in North Carolina. Welcome to Otherside.

    Private investigator and sylph Arden Finch is determined to come out of the shadows and practice her forbidden magic. There's just one problem: the elves have a bounty on elementals like her.

    When an elf hires Arden without realizing what she is, she seizes the chance to gain leverage in the dangerous worl... more

  • The Faerie Princess

    by Monica Williams
    Marika has always known there was something special in the forest around her but even after seeing the mysterious forest boy, her father never let her venture out there. But when her father passes away, Marika dares to defy his orders and follow her heart straight into the forest. What she didn't expect was to be kidnapped by the same boy she always saw in the forest and transported to a hidden Faerie court where she is revered as the long-lost princess they've been searching for. Will she fulfi... more
  • ORBITAL

    by FX Holden
    Taking military technologies that are on the drawing board today and putting them into the domain of space 15 years from now, 'Suborbital' is a high-octane look at what the growing militarization of space could lead to in the all too near future.
  • Gabriel, The Training of an Angel

    by Diane Rosier Miles
    Looking back on his youth, the angel Gabriel writes his memoir to recount his spiritual formation on Earth with the Hanson family. Sent in 2015 by the Trinity to the Philadelphia suburbs as a guardian for a grieving boy, Gabriel, himself, grows up through both lighthearted and sorrowful experiences with mortals before traveling back through the ages to announce Christ's birth.
  • Machine's Last Testament

    by Benjanun Sriduangkaew

    To give humanity peace, the artificial intelligence Samsara will wage an eternal war . . .

    In a universe torn by combat, Samsara's world is the final haven that refugees will pay any price to enter. At the Selection Bureau, Suzhen Tang upholds the AI's will and grants citizenship to those deemed worthy. When she meets new arrival Ovuha, she judges Ovuha a model candidate―educated, beautiful, a perfect fit for utopia.

    But Ovuha carries with her the seeds of battle, and what... more

  • Letters From Dark Water (Love Has Claws Book 3)

    by Parker Foye

    Mal Jones has lost all his family to the sea. He is the only Jones remaining in Lastings, a small coastal town scarred with more secrets than salt. A self-declared hermit, Mal lives on the edge of Lastings with his dogs, his history, and his determination to be left alone.

    So the letters from a mysterious admirer come as something of a surprise. As does the monstrous oyster shell unearthed from the foundations of the town's old port, the discovery of which initiates a chain of event... more

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