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  • There's an Alien in the Attic

    by Colin Rose

    An out-of-this-world imaginative rhyming story about a boy who hears strange noises in the attic…….could it really be……an alien?!
      

  • Embargo on Hope

    by Justin Doyle
    On planet Vastire, worth is set by the sins of one's ancestors. Good families rise to the elite and the wicked fall into poverty. Unfortunately for sixteen-year-old Darynn Mark, his father incited a revolution. Now, Darynn scrounges his way through life in the slums. When Vastire is surrounded by an embargo, it gets even harder to survive. That all changes when an alien ship slips through the embargo, seeking Darynn with an offer: finish the revolution and the embargo ends. He might have a c... more
  • The Ego Cluster

    by Robert Cole
    In a future world strafed with economic inequality, religious wars and climate extremes scientists discover a gene cluster that appears to govern the human ego. By supressing these genes much of the ego-driven nature of the human decision process could be converted to a more empathetic, logical and considered approach, devoid of racial, religious or economic bigotry. Visionary scientists Ethan Hendersen and Amelia Holt form a romantic partnership in which their characters will be tested to the... more
  • Avalon

    by Tracy Blom
    Part of the Guardians of Eden Origins Series…Selene is a gifted child who sees music in color. One day, she follows an enchanting song to the edge of the ocean and discovers the magical island of Avalon, a place where fairies go to train. That night she is visited by a fairy of the stars, who tells her of an ancient beast that has fled Avalon in search of a rare and powerful scroll. Selene’s ability to see the world as she does could be the key to capturing the beast and returning it to Avalon... more
  • From Beyond

    by Tracy Blom
    Melting ice caps in the Arctic are causing a polar bear frenzy! Two "out of this world" visitors see a code red and come to Earth bearing life-changing technology, but they can't save the Arctic alone. This is a story of hope, unity, perseverance, and exploration – of the self and the planet. It reminds us what we are capable of when we work together, opens our eyes to other cultures and ways of life, and showcases the interconnectedness of all things. Oh, and magic… lots of magic! This bo... more
  • The Site

    by Carlos Valrand
    Cicely's vivid dreams about Charles and Vivian, strangers who investigate a stolen government document, lead her to consult a psychiatrist. The two struggle to make sense of her nightmares. Her perplexing dreams, and the mysterious investigations of people driven by curiosity, courage and resolve, uncover long-withheld otherworldly secrets. Cicely, Charles and Vivian follow paths that reveal a hidden reality, may bring them together, and pose grave ethical questions.
  • Trine Fallacy: The Kinderra Saga: Book 2

    by C.K. Donnelly
    As the Dark Trine's noose tightens around Kinderra, young Trine Mirana Pinal and her mentor, the Trine hero Tetric Garis embark on a quest to learn how the enigmatic watchtower of Jasal's Keep once saved the land. Teague Beltran, Mirana's beloved and an Unaspected herbsman's apprentice, wants nothing more than to kill the Dark Trine himself. As one born without magical powers, however, he is forbidden to take up arms in battle. His confrontation with the Dark Trine's forces may force him to sacr... more
  • Unplugged (Unplugged Duology Book 1)

    by J.B. Taylor
    Zendaya Fernwood carries with her a secret. The world around her is a lie, an ingeniously designed digital prison for the mind. Escape occupies her every thought. Freedom is her goal and nothing will stop her from unplugging. What awaits Zendaya is a fate far worse than she could have imagined. Beyond her prison is a scorched earth where man and machine wage war in a seemingly endless campaign of suffering. There is hope on the horizon, a unique figure with the potential of rising from the shado... more
  • No One But Me

    by Autumn Bluestone
    In the Civic, twelve-year-old children are Branded with when they will die—a process created to ensure the country’s limited resources are not wasted. But Tessa never expected to be Branded with sixteen—the lowest Brand in the history of the Civic. Nevertheless, she is helpless to alter her fate, and returns home with an icy shield of shock enveloping her heart. It was only four days later when the first death happened. And it wasn’t the last—far from it. Follow Tessa’s journey in t... more
  • Isaac the Little Blue Dragon and the Stickiest Buns

    by Christopher A Sanders
    Meet Isaac, our favorite blue, dragon kid in a hoodie, is on a journey in the magical city of Tudor! As he explores the city for new sights and treats, a delicious treat catches his nose! I wonder what he’ll find! Isaac just moved to the city of Tudor with his family and he is excited to explore the city of Tudor. Isaac is a dragon that loves his fair share of treats and hopes to finally get his hands on one of the city’s most delicious treasures…. Sticky buns! The bakery is always sold out of ... more
  • The Willing

    by Lindsay Lees
    In less than a year, fifteen-year-old Gypsy Capone will be considered a woman in Ovoidia, a “utopian” city-state where every woman can be approached for immediate sex by any man, where curving architecture adds weird whimsy, sporks are the only cutlery, and true intimacy between the genders is a sign of suspect subversion. After all, if a woman just plays along, she’ll also do her job and have children, with the reward of a fine home in the “Communities,” where she and the other “Mamas” live tog... more
  • Star Song

    by Edward Willett
    When the old woman who raised him in a remote village is murdered, Kriss Lemarc finds himself alone on a planet where he’ll always be an outsider. His only link to his long-dead, unknown parents is the touchlyre they bequeathed him, a strange instrument that not only plays music but pours his innermost feelings into the minds of his listeners. When Tevera, a girl of the space-going, nomadic Family, hears Kriss perform, she is drawn to him against her better judgment and the rules of her pe... more
  • Trick or Treat

    by Antoinette Corley-Newman
    Every year on October 31, the witch and warlock children of Transylvania jump on their magic brooms and fly into town to take part in the mortal's Harvests celebration. Although she enjoys the festivities, Abigail - the most precocious little witch of them all - wishes to bring back enough mortal treats to share with all of Transylvania to enjoy all year long! One day, after accidentally slipping into her mother's brewing pot, Abigail comes up with a brilliant plan. Join Abigail as she ... more
  • Mhorag: Prophecy of Hope Book 2

    by Sarah Kennedy

    An ancient evil.
    A Promised King.
    A world besieged.

    For millenia, he has been the both the dread and the desire of Sgarrwrath's whole existence. Now, Mhorag's name is whispered in every land. For some there is no greater dread; for others no greater hope. But in this new age of rage and wonder, what is hope? In growing darkness, Sgarrwrath's quest for domination of the world is interrupted by these whispers and prayers, and stars aligning to reveal the Living Flame... more

  • Luna

    by Rae Else
    When Romulus killed Remus, the wolf clans swore enmity to one another ever after. Seventeen-year-old Jess has survived an upbringing in care. Diagnosed with rage blackouts, people look at her with pity and fear. The solution? Brutal workouts, Art – oh – and staying the hell away from others. Easily done in backwater Maine. Yet one night, she wakes to find herself by a lake, her clothes covered in blood, with no memory of what happened. Soon the water is aflame and a portal opens. Transported ... more

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