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  • The Forest´s edge

    by Ines Galiano
    After the Black Years, the citizens of Civis, inhabitants of the caves took refuge underground and made a Pact with the inhabitants of the greenhouses, in the city of Silva. And so began the second era of civilization and still today, four hundred and fifty years later, the Pact is still observed. Vogel is one of the fifty-two apprentices beginning his period of instruction in Civis, but the forest has other plans for him.
  • Void Contract (Gigaparsec Book 1)

    by Scott Rhine
    Max finds the last war criminal on his list and is attacked by the Phib's mob allies. In exchange for his only remaining friend, he agrees to find an accountant who embezzled from the mob. On the long voyage, he meets several unusual people and aliens, as well as training his young apprentice to survive. After eliminating the pirates in accidents, Max frees several captives. Together, they form a new trading company to return the ship to its owners.
  • The Trail Of Terror (book 2, Horror At The Lake, A Vampire Tale)

    by Vanessa A. Ryan
    In one terrible night, Susan Runcan loses her friends, loved ones, the mansion she inherits and the medallion, with its mysterious powers so coveted by her late grandfather. But she has no time to grieve. Especially when she realizes she's a vampire and shedding tears made of precious blood will weaken her. The new challenges ahead will test her endurance and take all her strength. Another vampire is sabotaging her, laying the blame on her for his murders. She has to find a better way to live... more
  • The Legacy Of Fear, (book 1, Horror At The Lake, A Vampire Tale)

    by Vanessa A. Ryan
    Susan Runcan is on a quest to clear the name of her grandfather Lindon Runcan, the famous archeologist whose career ended under a cloud of suspicion. Although Lindon claimed thieves stole precious artifacts from his last expedition in Egypt, depriving the Egyptian government and his backers of the spoils, Lindon stole them himself. After the death of her uncle, Susan is the last of the Runcans and inherits the artifacts, along with her grandfather's stately home in Lake Masley. Susan comes to th... more
  • MissionSRX: Deep Unknown (Mission:SRX Book 3)

    by Matthew D. White
    “And behold the children, broken and weeping as they reached into darkness, and begot those who are faultless into our sky. In our stead, they did defend us, wrapped in the armor of our spirit and wielding the swords of our fathers. Their bodies dust, their souls resolute; with the blessing of The Omni we shall not perish from this world.” Wounds have been healed. A War for the Universe awaits. Left on the drift after escaping Earth, the crew of the Flagstaff battleship awakes amidst an a... more
  • MissionSRX: Ephemeral Solace (Mission:SRX Book 2)

    by Matthew D. White

    Humanity’s First Intergalactic War is over but only after testing the resolve, patience and skill of a civilization.

    The Aquillians have been defeated, but their threat has not been eliminated.

    Commander Prime Jefferson Grant’s life has been spared, but only in exchange for a life of servitude.

    No sooner had the dust settled and the dead buried before the last of the Aquillians would emerge. Allied with a strange, new enemy and armed to the teeth, these are not t... more

  • MissionSRX: Confessions of the First War (Mission:SRX Book 1)

    by Matthew D. White

    In the near future, humanity has overcome the bonds of earth and begun to explore the galaxy. The alien first contact was everything the world’s greatest scholars could have hoped for; the Aquillians were advanced, intelligent and peaceful until ships and colonies turned up missing. Having previously no military capacity, the alien’s ability to reverse engineer humankind’s technologies of war proved to be a great equalizer. The aliens grew increasingly brazen, culminating in... more

  • Things Unseen

    by C. J. Brightley
    History student Aria Forsyth's studies lead her to dangerous questions about the Empire's origins. A mysterious man named Owen, impervious to the winter cold, further unravels the safety of the world she thought she knew. At first, Aria believes Owen is human. He says he's not. What if they're both wrong? A moment's compassion draws her into a conflict between human and inhuman, natural and supernatural, and she begins to discover the secrets of the Empire, the Fae, and what it means to be h... more
  • Honor's Heir

    by C. J. Brightley
    Back in the Erdemen royal palace, Kemen begins training Elathlo, the young Tarvil heir. His own life and love are finally peaceful. Elathlo, however, is terrified of Kemen and his future on the tundra, making him the perfect target to pressure in a plot against Hakan. Because of a boy's fear and a traitor's anger, Kemen may lose everything he loves. Elathlo must face his fears and defy the traditions of his people if he hopes to be the leader his people need.
  • A Cold Wind (Erdemen Honor Book 2)

    by C. J. Brightley
    When retired Erdemen army officer Kemen Sendoa helped the young prince Hakan Ithel reclaim his throne, he thought he was happy. He had shaped the future of his beloved country and earned a place of honor and respect. In the shelter of the palace, he finds peace and the promise of a life he'd only imagined. Yet his own choices, and brewing border troubles, may force him to make a final sacrifice. A tale of love, honor, and forgiveness, A Cold Wind follows The King's Sword in the Erdemen H... more
  • The King's Sword (Erdemen Honor Book 1)

    by C. J. Brightley
    A disillusioned soldier. A spoiled, untried prince. A coup that threatens the country they love. When retired soldier Kemen finds the young prince Hakan fleeing an attempted assassination, he reluctantly takes the role of mentor and guardian. Keeping the prince alive is challenging enough. Making him a man is harder. As usurper Vidar tightens his grip on power, Kemen wrestles with questions of duty and honor. What if the prince isn’t the best ruler after all? Invasion looms, and Kemen’s... more
  • Seeds: a post-apocalyptic adventure

    by Chris Mandeville
    Forty-eight years after a catastrophic solar event destroys all life and technology on the planet’s surface, nineteen-year-old Reid Landers lives in the old NORAD facility deep inside Cheyenne Mountain with other descendants of Originals, barely subsisting on canned food and rats. For all they know they are the last hundred souls on Earth...until Reid meets the first stranger he has ever seen, a stranger with a grown apple. This catapults him on a journey to California to find seeds for his peop... more
  • 81 Nightmares

    by Mark William Lindberg
    Immerse yourself in the dreamlife of Jay as they navigate hospital hallways and forest paths, process traumatic events and unearth buried memories, as they confront a nemesis that emerges out of their unrelenting stream of nightmares, a disgusting horror they can only call “the monstrosity.” Emerging queer author Mark William Lindberg presents a unique debut novel that walks us into the dark depths of a sleeping psyche.
  • Back From Chaos: Book One of Earth's Pendulum

    by Yvonne Hertzberger
    Battle and bloodshed have upset the Balance, crippling the goddess Earth’s power to prevent further chaos. Unless it is restored more disasters will ensue: famines, plagues, more unrest and war. Four chosen: Lord Gaelen of Bargia, Klast, his loyal spy and assassin, Lady Marja of Catania and her maid Brensa. Each is unaware of the roles they must play in restoring that Balance. Most important of these is Klast. It is he who must rescue the kidnapped maid, he who must unmask and bring to justice... more
  • The Dead Days Journal

    by Sandra R. Campbell

    The daughter of a radical doomsday prepper, Leo Marrok spent her entire life preparing for the end. A skilled fighter and perfect marksman, Leo is her father’s second-in-command when Armageddon comes to pass. Together, they lead a group of survivors to a secure bunker deep in the Appalachian Mountains. 

    Vincent Marrok is willing to take extreme measures to repopulate their broken world. Leo’s refusal marks her as a traitor. With father and daughter at odds for the ... more

  • Blackcloak: A Man of his Sword

    by W. James Chan
    Blackcloak is the disturbing tale of a fractured, damaged personality set in a land not unlike ancient China. Here, elemental forces are real, dreams can reshape a lifetime and the night is owned by horrifying yet revered entities. Here, two very different halves of the same man are teased out, tempted, examined, cross-examined and eventually reconstructed to form a whole of unprecedented power. Two ambitious women vie for control over this potential weapon: Dhiana, who took his memories in the ... more