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  • Makeshift

    by C.M. Selbrede
    Ally Fallows is assigned to help evaluate a robot named Makeshift. Her friendship with him will change her life forever.
  • Double-Crossing The Bridge

    by Sarah J. Sover
    Rent in New Metta is through the cavern ceiling. When Granu barely survives her first gig teaching students who attempt to fillet her for lunch, the baby-eating troll ends up unemployed and facing eviction. Granu's only prospect for income is grueling work in the tar pits. That is, until her playboy best friend devises a perfect, if suicidal, scheme—a heist! The Covered Bridge, the largest source of income for the city, has New Metta well under hoof. In a week, TCB Corporation pulls in enough... more
  • Jack of Thorns (Inheritance Book 1)

    by A.K. Faulkner

    Can you change destiny?

    Laurence Riley has seen the future, and all his visions are coming true. Just as he can’t control the addiction that dominates his life, or the mindgames of his stalker ex-boyfriend, he also struggles with his untamed supernatural gifts.

    Jack can help. His price is that Laurence keeps him fed with regular offerings of sex, but Laurence has fallen for someone way out of his league whose wild telekinesis keeps them even further apart, and his debt to Jac... more

  • Seeds of Change

    by Willow Thomson

    Introverted, intuitive healer, Jada "Jey" Grey has nothing left to lose. After all, her skills and knowledge couldn’t save her mother from a manmade virus. And now in 2071, with the heat index reaching crippling levels on Earth, Jey is barely coping. But when she stumbles upon an opportunity to launch from Earth, she feels compelled to go.

    The mission—to create a new colony on an unexplored exoplanet—fits right... more

  • Wild Hare

    by Laura Koerber
    A magical realism dystopia set against a background of global climate change and authoritarianism. “The world is coming to an end, but my personal life is okay, I guess.” That was my response to Arne’s “How’re ya?” greeting. I pushed the oil rags and cigarette butts off the seat of his old pickup truck and climbed in. Arne is used to sour comments from me, so he just threw the truck into gear, gunned the engine and smirked, “Someone’s got a bee up his butt this morning.” I let... more
  • THE LESSON

    by grant parachor
    "HA! If you think I could tell you what the hell this is all about you're space happy! I wish somebody could tell me what's been going on here! A research report! Dead Librarians! Rogue trilionaire mad Scientists! Missing people! War! What the hell! A mind cannot process it all! Just go ask somebody else what the hell they think it's all about! Ask a damn Librarian! Damned know-it-all's!" "!?" More
  • Encase (The Staircase Series)

    by Serena Sallow
    On the staircases, nothing is certain. Which way is up; which way is down; what is real, or what isn't. Everything is left open to interpretation. And interpretation is what Ives is best at. Doesn't hurt with her line of work, either. The thrilling sequel to Edge centers around Ives -- a logical, apathetic dancer who watches people on their sojourns up a dark staircase and must decide, on her side of the barrier, who to trust and what's real. Should she give up the only human connection she has ... more
  • Edge (The Staircase Series)

    by Serena Sallow
    On the staircase, nothing is certain. Which way is up; which way is down; what is real, or what isn't. Everything is left open to interpretation. It's hard to figure out where you're going when you don't even know from where you're coming -- but this doesn't stop our protagonists from doing their best to figure just this out. Edge centers around the friendship of an eighteen year old girl and an eight year old boy as they fight for their lives and their minds in a nightmarish land. They will hav... more
  • Trail of Tears: The Wizard Was Odd Trilogy

    by Peeky AKA Bob Moyer
    In Trail of Tears, the second book of the trilogy, the comrades agree to accept a mission from an eccentric Wizard to secure an all-seeing spyglass held by the Black Queen of the Western Commonwealth. Circumstance require the comrades return East, to Oz, by Devil’s Walk through the Underworld. Bedraggled and beaten, those who return come to realize that the Wizard they staked their future on is devious, treacherous, and probably lacking the sanity, magical skills, and desire to grant their ... more
  • The War Queen

    by J.M. Robison
    Altarn is used to tolerating the biases of men. It comes with being the first female to secure the political State Head of Blindvar. But Kaelin, the State Head of Ruidenthall, crosses the line when he proposes a merger of their two states. Altarn has reason to believe this is Kaelin’s attempt to make himself king of both. Believing it’s her responsibility to “dethrone” him, she rides to her last ally to ask for aid. While on the road, she’s kidnapped and taken to Ruidenthall. She wakes from... more
  • The Free Citizen: A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel

    by T.J. Sedgwick
    Earth, 2082. Operative Calvin Rae infiltrates an enemy space station to steal a revolutionary prototype on behalf of President White, Father of the Renaissance. But the Space Station Erasmus is infected with the alien parasite which has spread across Europe and now threatens the American Union’s twelve Sanctuary Cities. Back home in Sanctuary City Chicago, his wife awaits his safe return behind the city’s huge perimeter walls. She is one of millions of Citizens kept safe by the Regime, safe f... more
  • Ülrügh

    by Miriam Verbeek
    Ellen's attempts to rescue the victims of an earthquake go badly wrong. She bargains with the privateer Norm Tucker, plunging Si'Empra into unforeseen chaos. Her brother's bizarre grip on Si'Empra's people grows stronger. "Everything I touch turns to disaster," she thinks. But she can't give up. She's made promises. And she, alone, has the power to stop Si'Empra's slide to ruin. If only she can find the strength ... Buy this second book in the Si'Empra series and immerse in the struggles o... more
  • Paraiso Street

    by Evan James Clark
    Ex-priest and physicist Danny Capistrano sells salvation, smuggling the newly-deceased into the underworld. Trafficking souls isn’t a breeze, but Danny’s the best there is. Who cares if he’s in debt to the gills, his girlfriend just split, and his estranged daughter thinks he’s a complete asshole? But when a valuable soul slips through his fingers, Danny finds himself in the cross-hairs of his cartel bosses. To clear his name, Danny returns to San Adriano, gateway city to the land of the dead. U... more
  • Iron Broderick

    by Tom Bont
    Broderick earns the sobriquet, Iron, for his ability to win under the direst of circumstances. His sentence to the royal gallows, for daring to love the princess, reminds him he’s still a slave. A last-ditch rescue by the slave army he commands pits him against the full military might of the kingdom. The only way to escape royal vengeance is to direct it elsewhere, so he uses his strategic genius to goad the king into battle with a rival nation. Broderick soon learns that the princess carries hi... more
  • Howlers: Lupus Rex

    by Tom Bont

    Aaron Darveau’s one-night stand leaves him with more than love scratches on his back. He soon finds out he is ordained to ascend to Lupus Rex, Wolf King. Aaron thinks he wants to be the big, bad wolf but rejects the position when he discovers the sacrifices he must make to keep the peace with Lucerna Veritatis, an ancient order of warrior priests bent on destroying the Race. After surviving multiple ambushes, he comes to the conclusion that the only way to stay alive and stop the sacrif... more

  • Dark & Darker Faerie Tales

    by Stephanie Barnes
    Are you bored of kind and selfless fairies? Do the words ‘and they all lived happily ever after’ make you yawn? Inspired by Brothers Grimm and other sinister tales, Dark & Darker Faerie Tales is a collection of dark stories about evil faeries, corrupted heroes, vengeful innocents and malicious monsters. Delving into the darker side of fairy tales, each story offers a twisted journey that’ll make you wish for a happy ending.

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