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  • The Blyth Stone

    by Chris McLennan
    It is Victorian Edinburgh, a young girl is transported to Edinburgh Mythical twin Edin-Alba. She is ill and transports a common Victorian disease to Edin-Alb. The population of Edin-Alba is half human and half the Fay of Scotlands Myths and Lore. This common disease has a devastating effect on the human population of Edin-Alba. A doctor attempts to find a cure and a Kings Constable attempts to contact men in authority in Edinburgh to close the doorway. They become aware of the criminal element o... more
  • The Assembly of Thirteen: The First Two Companions

    by Omayra Velez
    This story happens in a land where the Emperor is bent on the genocide of none humans, and most humans in the empire are oblivious to the atrocities. The land has magic as long as the blue trees, magic creatures, and the race of Giants name Athany remain alive. A new Emperor is needed, one outside from the line of the Royal Blood. All life in the Empire is at a crossroad because the selection for the new leader is in the hands of Thirteen magic filled people from all walks of life. They were hu... more
  • The Depths That Lie Beneath

    by Jeremy Thomas Fuller
    Alice is trapped in a world she hates: the world of the Real. Her father beats her. Her mother is dead. And Alice is alone, save for her best friend, Taylor. But Taylor doesn’t see her the way she wants to be seen. One day, Taylor kills himself. Left adrift and growing increasingly depressed, Alice slips and falls into the same thing that took Taylor’s life: Dottie’s Pond, the place no one is allowed to go. But instead of dying, Alice emerges in a fantasy land full of water and magic. T... more
  • Gods in the Machine (Pantheon)

    by Jeremy Thomas Fuller
    A New York subway hurtling through the tunnels with a bomb. A bartender who drinks way too much tequila. A pair of glasses. A monkey with a scarf. What do all of these things have in common? Lice. They all have lice. Well, not the monkey. He was pretty clean. Bitteric just has one simple mission: escape the Creator Deus who is also a cat and who just happens to be trying to kill him; stop his secretary from jumping out of the twenty-seventh floor window; find out what secrets are hiding at the b... more
  • Deus Ex Magicka (Pantheon)

    by Jeremy Thomas Fuller
    Magic has a price—Bitteric learned that the hard way. After casting a simple request for some good spice tea, a herd of rabbits killed his wife. Maybe the Deus thought that was funny. Maybe the rabbits were really hungry. Or maybe Bitteric should have learned to brew his own tea. Now he’s on a quest to find the final Medallion, to pit the Three Deuses against each other, or trick them, or maybe just ask them really, really nicely. He wants his wife back. And nothing—not even a flood of Amazonian... more
  • Searching for Intelligent Life: A Book of Short Stories

    by James Smith
    An irreverent collection of science fiction short stories driven by time traveling con men, portals into alternate dimensions, death rays and unimaginable scientific apparatus.
  • May Day: A Gray Witch Novel

    by R.R. Born
    Ari Mason is a shunned and exiled witch. She works as a bartender and reads tarot in the park. Neither of which requires her brand of black magic. Which is how she likes it. Ari's powers have always left a trail of death and destruction in her wake. Now, she's on a path of altruism, and by using herbs and positivity in her spells, instead of blood, she can help those around her. As the temperature rises in Houston, so does the body count. But these aren’t regular murders; someone is using old... more
  • Mircea

    by Sarah Leann Young
  • The Kings’ Assassin

    by Ed Cannon
    The Kings? Assassin follows the exploits of Sillik, a master of the seven laws of magic and a warrior. Complying with a telepathic summon from his father the king, Sillik returns to his home, the city of Illicia. The city is home to the survivors of the last demon war and sworn followers of the seven gods of law. Illicia was built in a vast desert called the Weeping Wastes to protect and isolate it during the early years of the city?s existence. The city now possesses great wealth and has exerte... more
  • Forsaken (Forlorn Book 2)

    by Gina Detwiler

    He was forsaken but not forgotten.

    Nine months have passed since Grace Fortune saw the boy she loves, Jared Lorn, die before her eyes. But Grace’s suspicions have her wondering if Jared really dead. Along with her friends, she sets out to find answers, and the investigation leads to an unexpected place: Silo City, an abandoned silo complex that houses as many dark secrets as it does forsaken people.

    Very much alive, Jared’s on a mission to save the girl he loves by col... more

  • The Edge of Nothing: The Lex Chronicles, Book 1 (Legends of Arameth)

    by Crystal Crawford
    Enter Arameth, a magical world of adventure and chaos filled with monsters, heroes, and danger... and where hardly anything is what it seems. When seventeen-year-old Lex wakes in a shed with no memory of how he got there, he quickly realizes his life is in danger. When chaos outside distracts his captors, Lex escapes to a mysterious world filled with monstrous creatures, peculiar people, and dangers around every corner. Thrust headlong into the bizarre world, Lex finds himself fighting one of... more
  • Anodyne Eyes

    by Milt Mays

    Would you modify your daughter’s DNA to end war forever?

    In the near future, a World Oil War leaves the Midwest in ruins, except for pristine GMO crops controlled by a monopoly, Ambrosia, and the Army, which savagely protects the crops from starving war survivors.

    A genetic engineer, Rachel Anne Lane hates violence and war, and has protected her unusual 16-year-old daughter, Alexis, since birth. If Rachel modifies Alexis’s special DNA, she can end all wars forever.

    ... more
  • Death March

    by Domino Finn
    When you live in a city notorious for going too far, trouble’s what you make of it. Believe me, I’ve seen my share. Now I’m taking my ill-gotten gains and laying down roots. Imagine that. Cisco Suarez living the Miami high life. In a perfect world, all I’d worry about were mounting HOA violations and a girlfriend playing hard to get. Not my world. One innocent investigation turns into a meet and greet with human-trafficking vampires and, surprise, surprise, the cops frown on my brand of ou... more
  • Roadkill

    by Barry Grills
    Roadkill is a dystopian novel set in the future. Written about the triumph of the human spirit, about defying incredible odds, and the blooming of love across barriers of culture, economics and traditional experience, the novel is one part social commentary and one part futuristic adventure story. It traces the story of Mary, a history professor at “The Company” university, who wishes to escape the stifling autocratic regime in which she lives and works. The novel also tells the story of Keats, ... more
  • While Gods Sleep

    by L. D. Colter

    Release date Sept, 2018

    A dark fantasy thriller by award-winning author, L. D. Colter. Get ready to dive head-first into a 1950s Greece where conjoined queens rule a nation perched above an underworld filled with demi-gods and monsters, and a mortal man holds the key to the fate of the gods.

    The first time Ty died he was five, the second time he was seven. He’s always believed his third death will be the final one, and now he may find out.... more

  • The Halfblood War

    by L. Deni Colter

    A sweeping story of love and war, prejudice and acceptance...

    Tirren, heir to the ruler of Thiery, has raised his half-Elven son in a land that hates and fears the Elves, but his son’s struggle for acceptance is only one source of Tirren’s pain. The other is his unfading desire for Yslaaran, the Elven woman who eighteen years ago captured him in a spell, seduced him, and vanished. She returned only once more—to hand him his infant son. When a neighboring ruler attacks ... more

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