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  • The Thief and the Sacrifice

    by Kevin C. Bennett
    Captured by Nazis fresh from plundering ancient ruins for occultic artifacts, GI Floyd Sandburg finds himself dragged behind an overloaded caravan of harried shock troops and POWs. Among flotsam from antiquity strewn haphazardly across the desert by careless Third Reich-ers, he discovers a relic. A very special relic; one that seems to give him the ability to travel through space and time. Using the relic Floyd escapes, and soon finds himself hypnotized and unaccountably obsessed with his u... more
  • The Novel Life of Coral Ambrose

    by Bonnie Ballou
    Would you like to live in a book? Coral Ambrose is a personal trainer by day and an avid reader by night, but a five-year gap in her memories has driven her to record every aspect of her life and to save every book she ever read. With an apartment bulging with books and journals she visits a used bookstore owner who gives her an unusual messenger bag he claims will give her clarity about her problem. But first, the bag appears to actually pull her into novels she’s never read—much to Cor... more
  • The First

    by Kipjo Ewers

    The First, by Kipjo K. Ewers, tells the origin story of Sophia Dennison, the first and most powerful superhuman on the planet.

    Genres: Action / Adventure / Science Fiction / Superhero / Women's Fiction

    Synopsis:

    Sophia Dennison wanted a normal life. She wanted to raise a family with the love of her life, and further her medical career as an up and coming surgeon in neurology… But everything changed when she was convicted and senten... more

  • The First: EVO Uprising

    by Kipjo Ewers

    Seven years after the Judgment Virus, also known as the EVO Virus, infected the planet, a portion of the Earth’s population of humans has died, while another portion received powers and abilities. Super humans now walked the Earth. Some use their abilities for good taking up the mantel of heroes, others for evil becoming villains, and the rest join and form super human military units within their respective countries building towards another possible Cold War.

    Sophia Dennison, the... more

  • The Ebola Flight

    by Shirley Bourrage
    At 35,000 feet in the air, the Ebola virus mutates and becomes an airborne strain which causes mayhem and tragedy during an international flight over the Atlantic Ocean. As the body count mounts, will there be any survivors when the plane lands? Is this a natural mutation of the Ebola virus or is it something more sinister? Take a quick ride while reading this action-packed thriller aboard a claustrophobic plane with narrow seats, sick passengers, and recirculating air.
  • The Journeyman (The Commons, Book 1)

    by Michael Peck

    Michael Alan Peck recently won the Illinois Library Association's 2015 Soon to be Famous Illinois Author Contest for his contemporary fantasy novel The Journeyman. The Journeyman is the first book in The Commons series. It was published in January 2015 and is available for sale on Amazon.

    In The Journeyman, three unlikely heroes board a doomed bus. Destination: the afterlife. Their mission: to save forever. But first they have to save themselves.

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  • The Diary of a Witch

    by Mary Nicholson
    Twenty-eight-year old Daphne Butler is a beautiful, mild-mannered bookstore clerk. She experiences the same ups and downs as her fellow San Franciscans. She is also a witch. Her "skills" are so unique, powerful demons want to claim her and present her to Satan as a new bride. But an even more powerful demon wants her too and he will stop at nothing to have her...
  • The Binding of the Wolf (Bluebell Kildare Series)

    by Lilo Abernathy

    This short story is a creative alteration of the Norse mythological tale of the binding of the wolf, Fenrir, who is known as Varg in the Bluebell Kildare Series. The myth depicts Fenrir as a dangerous monster who comes to the attention of the Norse God Odin when it's prophesied that Fenrir will eat Odin. Odin, fearing his own demise, sets on a dark and cowardly course. (see warning below)

    The events begin well before The Light Who Shines, but The Binding of the Wol... more

  • Black Blood (Black Bloods Book 1)

    by John Hennessy

    Vampires, werewolves, witches, magic—no one in the Sanctuary, home of the survivors of the nuclear apocalypse, believes in such imaginary creations, including Aberdeen Dareday. That is until the day Abby wakes up with black veins bulging under her skin. The day she learns everything she’s been told about the world is a lie. Forced to flee humanity’s last refuge because of her abnormality, and the corpses left in its unexplainable wake, she finds herself on the run i... more

  • Heir of Hope

    by Morgan L. Busse
    The great city of Thyra has fallen and shadows spread across the land. Rowen Mar, the last Truthsayer, is taken before the Shadonae. But the Shadonae are not who she thought they were, and now they want to claim her as their own. Caleb Tala, former assassin and prince, is now a Guardian of mankind. Exiled from his country, Caleb wanders the desert in search of his mother's past and clues to who he is. These are the last days of the Eldaran race. Rowen and Caleb must find their way along the dark... more
  • Son of Truth

    by Morgan L. Busse
    Can a killer find forgiveness? The war in the north is over, but the war for all the Lands has just begun. As the Shadonae solidify their hold on the city of Thyra, Rowen Mar, the last Eldaran and savior of the White City, awakens to find herself hunted by those she has saved. Meanwhile, the assassin Caleb Tala finds himself in the presence of the Word. The time of reckoning has come, and he must pay the price for all the lives he has taken. But in his moment of judgment, Caleb is given... more
  • Daughter of Light

    by Morgan L. Busse
    What if with one touch you could see inside the soul? Rowen Mar finds a strange mark on her hand, and she is banished from her village as a witch. She covers the mark with a leather glove and seeks sanctuary in the White City. She lives in fear that if she touches another person, the power inside her will trigger again, a terrifying power that allows her to see the darkness inside the human heart . . . But the mark is a summons, and those called cannot hide forever. For the salvation of he... more
  • Mariah's Dream (The Vortex of Éire) (Volume 1)

    by Grace Bridges
    How far would you chase hope? What if you could change the world? The green has gone from Mariah's Ireland. Every garden and field that was once lush with crops is now lifeless muck. And yet Mariah holds one seed...the seed of hope to feed the hungry. Together with Liam, her staunchest supporter, Naomi the biologist, Deborah, whose son sold out to the Senate, and Peter the farm boy, she sets out to make Ireland green again. That is Mariah's hope. It is Mariah's dream. Mariah's dream will... more
  • The Bloodheart

    by Steve Rzasa
    Bowen Cord seeks only treasure, and despises his heritage as an ice-summoner. Magic could not prevent his wife’s death. What allegiance, then, should he owe it? When he learns of a priceless relic abandoned in the ruins of a floating island, he leaps at the chance to earn a fortune. But when a king’s ruthless agent pursues them, threatening his stalwart crew and ship, Bowen is thrown into a quest for something far greater than treasure. He must harness the ice and confront enemies far more power... more
  • The Feel Good Affair

    by Scott A. Combs

    His Holiness, the Supreme Spiritual Leader of the Galactic Guild, Glup III, an aging podil, is about to be dethroned and podil-napped all in the same day. The MISFITS, Militia In Secret Fighting Idiotic Theological S**t, decide today is a good day to thwart the evil Cardinal Nog’nik’s plans to take over the Galactic Guild and become a living god.

    The Galactic Guild dispatches their top agents, George Shooters and Sali Terri to restore Glup III to his righteous position and d... more

  • Control Alter Delete: A Novel

    by Stella Whiteman
    London, 2059. Ezra Hurst’s quiet drink after work soon spices up when a woman called Lena arrives in the bar. She could have sat anywhere, but slips onto the stool right by his side. Tells risqué tales, helps herself to his fries. Her looks are intriguing; ten years in biometrics, but he’s never seen eyes so bright and green. Who is this woman? And why, after all the flirting, does she suddenly disappear? Not just from the bar but from all intelligence data too. Aside from his personal disapp... more

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