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  • Scepter of Truth: A Cross-worlds Fantasy Story (The Inner Earth Chronicles Book 1)

    by DL Jones
    Tangie Newsham has trained for years to qualify for the military’s elite Nano-Soldier Unit. But her motivations run deeper than serving her country, because she’s looking for a killer in the ranks. Fifteen years ago, her nanotech-scientist father died in a “lab accident” while working for the military. Tangie knows it was no accident, after her father discovered a secret continent hidden beneath the world that the government is determined to exploit. Now, she’s out for revenge. But in the ... more
  • Daughter of Shadow

    by Tyler Sehn
    Born with one foot in light and one in darkness, she is torn between both. Melea is the greatest warrior in the world. In service to the Lord of Light, she uses her abilities to kill for his divine vision. Shadows grow larger as the Light spreads—the world and the forces that define it are changing and Melea is caught in the center. Melea denies being a villain, refuses to be a hero, and would rather slash with the razors edge than walk along it. Fate spins, or so it is said, and Melea i... more
  • Ghosts of Blood and Bone

    by Marcus James
    When four eighth-graders experience the sudden death of a school bully, they are bound and drawn back together years later by the dark secret it involves and the terrifying force hiding in the shadows, taunting them and biding its time to strike. Ghosts of Blood and Bone is a queer 'I Know What You Did Last Summer' meets Christopher Rice's 'A Density of Souls'. A lyrical and haunting exploration of trauma, love, and the loss of innocence.
  • Rebel Without A Clue

    by Kerrie Noor
    Woman Rule But For How Long? Mex had been looking forward to a well-earned rest after saving planet Hy Man. But now, thanks to Beryl, she has been sent on a mission that will ruin her career with a robot who rubs her up the wrong way. Beryl is the leader of planet Hy Man and fighting to remain so. The planet’s energy is on its' last legs and chapping at her heels to take over is the ruthless Hilda. A woman with a personality as bad her haircut and will do anything to get her way... A Re... more
  • Nasu Rabi: (Old Bear)

    by D.L. Roley
    Darius is fourteen when his world is turned upside down. The peace of a cool autumn afternoon is broken, as barbarians invade his remote village. The raiders capture or kill everyone, leaving only Darius behind. Alone and afraid, he resolves to do what he can to save his mother. The road north is fraught with danger and tragedy. Darius will soon find that if he is going to be successful, he must have allies. Darius's journey takes him years and hundreds of miles across unfamiliar land. He end... more
  • Son of Ravage (Book One)

    by J.P. Linde
    Return to the Golden Age of Adventure! Villains wore black and spoke with distinct fascist-tinged accents. Heroes were true blue, red-blooded American icons and possessed neither fear nor vice. It was the 1930s and thrills were around every corner and on every page. Decades passed and these fantastic exploits fade from our memory. But, in 1989, the tides turn and once again a threatened nation cries out for a hero. Meet the unemployed, unsophisticated and quite unremarkable Barry Levitt. Say ... more
  • The Return of King Lillian

    by Suzie Plakson

    A new hero’s journey for dreamers of all ages. When Lillian, the one and only heir to the throne, is cast out of her kingdom by malevolent forces, she accidentally wanders into the Forest of Forgetfullness, where she is rescued by wolves and raised by an eccentric old wise woman. When Lillian comes of age, she is called by Destiny to return home. The trouble is, when she steps out of the Forest, she has no memory of who she is or from whence she hails. Undaunted, the spirited, self-reli... more

  • Die Laughing

    by Louis K Lowy
    A humorously, dark sci-fi adventure set in the 1950s. Las Vegas funnyman Sam E. Lakeside is forced to participate in a plan to rob the earth of its oil by shape-shifting aliens and their leader, a power-hungry mobster. Sam recruits a blacklisted comic book writer and the mobster's ex-girlfriend to fight back. This leads them to New York City and the Steve Allen Show, where Sam is forced to choose what he wants most in the world--to be a star, or the planet's survival.
  • To Dream (Anatomy of a Humachine Book 1)

    by Louis K Lowy
    Guilt ridden over the death of her 17-year-old son, Jay, scientist Niyati Bopari heads a team that creates a Humachine (human machine) for mega-corporation Ameri-Inc. Niyati dubs the Humachine J-1 and creates it in Jay’s image. She secretly infuses it with Jay’s DNA. J-1 is the most sophisticated robot ever created and its purpose is to replace human labor. Before J-1 and his blueprints can be transported to Ameri-Inc. headquarters a rogue Ameri-Inc. agent attempts to steal them. To Dream: A sci... more
  • WORDS: A compilation of Short Stories and Poems

    by Joseph P Hutchinson
    WORDS is a collection of poems and short stories that stand alone in their right as well as lay the ground work for what is called the Cooked Continuum. The poems that begin the book follow the same model; each can be held apart from each other but tell the collective stories of one's experience in life.
  • The Second Life of Eddie Coyne

    by Louis K Lowy

    What happens when a dying gambler makes one final bet for the ultimate prize—his soul?

    Gambler Eddie Coyne has just won big time, but before he can cash in and make amends with his long-suffering family, he has a grim encounter with a greedy hoodlum looking to cash in on Eddie’s winnings. Dying, Eddie wakes up in the presence of the Jesses, a monolithic group of six whose job it is to decide who enters heaven and who enters hell. They inform him that he’s not ... more

  • The Vatic Confluence (The Ardent Halo Book 2)

    by Edie James
    The world is in change. The mountains have shifted, compromising the skyfire’s shield to the Old World. As a white storm marches for Cambria, Kennason prepares the king for the ensuing war but finds herself held captive by the queen’s spite. Only when Dreyah arrives at the City of Thrones claiming blood ties between them, does Kennason understand the importance of her own battle; she must protect her family by joining Norem’s cause. But the Brotherhood of the Black Flame strikes first. In a des... more
  • Rom and Yuli

    by Amara Lynn
    A war between angels and demons has left Earth desolate and ruined. Rom struggles to support his father and sister in the patch of wasteland they've claimed as home. Feeling restless, Rom takes to exploring when he can, and is shocked when he stumbles across another survivor. Years of isolation have left Yuli feeling despondent. That all changes when they encounter Rom, who is unlike anyone they've met before, a brilliant light of hope in this mostly extinguished world. As Rom and Yuli ... more
  • Raven (Masks #2)

    by Amara Lynn
    Avari Terran wants nothing more than to live as normal of a college life as possible with his boyfriend, Chayton, despite having wings and superpowers, being an ex-supervillain, and dating his former superhero rival. His plans of flying under the radar are jeopardized when a fan of Raven threatens to reveal his identity, unless he agrees to a forced friendship, of all things. Kaiden is over-the-top, hyper, and capricious, and Avari is fed up with him and his blackmail threats from the moment ... more
  • No Place

    by Sam Swicegood
    Fifteen years after an alien invasion, Gail, a seventeen-year-old girl raised mostly in solitude, wanders through the slowly-crumbling world in search of a family she has never known. When she runs into a snarky “computer witch” named Crow, she becomes embroiled in a plan to take down the oppressive Mori—a 4000-year-old enemy of Earth. The two are joined by other people in on this plan, including a US marine trapped inside an experimental power suit, and a knife-throwing con man.When Gail accide... more
  • W.I.S.E. Men

    by Karen Janowsky
    In 1993, U.S. Army Lieutenant Kevin Rye is the sole survivor of a missile attack on his helicopter in Somalia. He should have returned home broken, but his old friend, Rob Fisher, has created a suit that not only allows him to function; it gives him superpowers. However, it also causes him intense chronic pain and complicates his personal life. In 2002, Graham Beech, a talented, womanizing marksman from a conservative, Southern family, has just become a U.S. Army Ranger. His future in the milita... more

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