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  • The Leap

    by R. T. W. Lipkin
    Private investigator Sean Meade’s only client lives in the same luxurious building that’s now connected with several inexplicable deaths. What’s killing these people? So far, no one knows. But one thing’s certain: If it can’t be stopped, it could be the end of everything.
  • Sylvia Locke and the Three Bears (Tairy Fails Book 1)

    by David Horn
    RED ALERT FOR FAIRY TALE LAND: Sylvia Locke is out and ready to cause mischief. Once upon a time in Fairy Tale Land, there lived a very bad girl indeed. Sylvia Locke may have been abandoned by her adventuring parents but that’s no excuse for being mean to her loving grandparents, rude to everyone at school, and even bullying rare magical creatures. Right? One day, when out on a break-and-enter job at the Bear family’s house, Sylvia happens upon a magical mirror that turns out to be more ... more
  • Humanity's First Test

    by Ignacio RB
    “Too bad 21st century telescopes were poorly designed & the supposedly habitable planets found were actually desolate.” Elton Cuauhtemoc John is taken hostage before he can start his dream job. Now, he & a multicultural science team are racing against humans’ inevitable self imposed demise to invent a Faster Than Light phone. After all, how useful is another Earth after civilization collapses? Civilization goes through cycles. Humanity’s First Test explores how humans will react to en... more
  • The young

    by Nicholas John Powter
    The book is about a father and his son who go on an epic quest to save their lands from an evil relgious cult known as the spawn who threaten to destroy their world as they know it and plunge into to everlasting darkness.
  • The Shadow Queen: An Epic Fantasy Novel

    by K. Stan Tinos
    The first book in the multiple award-winning Bennington series. The Shadow Queen guarantees magic, mayhem, and adventure, making it an exciting read for fantasy enthusiasts of all ages. With its rich world-building and compelling characters, K. Stan Tinos invites readers to explore a realm where ordinary lives intersect with extraordinary destinies Introducing Ronnie Trudeau, a woman whose life is filled with ritual disappointments and frustrations, rendering it meaningless. However, her exis... more
  • Alkaline Dawn

    by Piers Furney
  • Flying at Recess

    by Lois Wickstrom
    Soara flies at recess. When she flies, no one can see her—but Lulu and Zanie know right where she is. Except when she flies with the butterflies, and gets lost. Will Soara fly back to school before the recess bell rings?
  • Love Rain

    by Ray Toy
    Two druggies, Nell and Trust, witness the murder of a local menace named Tow Man. Fleeing the scene, Nell embarks on a soul-searching journey scattered with outcasts: a geriatric bear, a creepy teenager, an aging sugar baby, and an experimental exhibitionist privy to the world of trolls. One last adventure breaks all ties with reality: riding a giant cloth flower through the sky like a broomstick.
  • AXION: The Memory Rights Uprising

    by David Shulman
    AXION: The Memory Rights Uprising - is a provocative cautionary tale set in the very near future when dramatic breakthroughs in neuroscience and the first complete molecular decoding of a human memory triggers an unthinkable gold rush to privatise human memory.
  • Legend of Elberkhan

    by Yuxiao Chen
    Thousands of years after dark magic was subdued, unknown danger threatens the seemingly peaceful Hilldown Plain... Aary, a youth of seventeen, is a captive and servant to the King of Elberkhan, a cruel, merciless monarch with a mysterious past. Living under constant mental and physical abuse, Aary's only consolations are his secret haven, a treehouse deep in the forest, and his friends, Rudi and Lyna. He would risk everything for them, but no one he cares about can truly be safe, when the kin... more
  • Mind Over Antimatter

    by Rose Green
    Charged with a top-secret mission to save a mysterious invention, thirteen-year-old Cole Uribe must use his smarts to protect himself, his friends, and the greatest mad inventor in the state of Idaho. Ages 9-12.
  • Generation AI

    by WR Hulkenberg
    Hollywood is dead, virtually bankrupt—but studio CEO Sid Abrams predicted its death, and he knows how to resurrect it. Deep Artificial Intelligence merged with near-human animatrons rebirths three dead mega-stars of Hollywood's golden era—and the Parahuman is born. They think, speak, and act just like the former human stars, they work for nothing, and they're an instant sensation. Two thousand miles away, a secret plan is contrived to duplicate the President of the United States using the sa... more
  • The Little Things That Kill: A Teen Friendship Afterlife Apology Tour

    by Annie Fox
    16-year-old Nicole, high school drama queen (on the stage and off), dies and finds herself on Substation Fifteen, an afterlife campus for teenage suicides. She can't, for the life of her, remember how she died, but she's sure it wasn't by her own hand. In thirty days Nicole faces the all-important Evaluation. If she can't piece together the mystery of what actually killed her she won't be moving on. Her only route to uncovering the truth is a fact-finding trip to Earth, beginning at her own fune... more
  • Shapeshifter From Nomar

    by James Bat Wilkinson
    Jave Anderson had longed to leave the corporate state of Binvo and explore what lay beyond our planet. His wishes were granted when he boarded a shuttle that propelled him high above Earth, and he had a front row seat to breathtaking views that he had previously only imagined. However, his space-bound adventure takes a terrifying turn when an otherworldly acorn is discovered on Planet Nomar. What follows is a heart-pounding ride as shapeshifters emerge from their cocoons with a dangerous agenda:... more
  • Fly in the Ointment

    by Robert Cooper
    Kevin Swan is a wealthy, puckish free-thinker — disposed to kindly endeavors and droll antics for the amusement of his buds. On a lark, he purchases a remote, 97 year old manor, atop a heavily forested mountain outside Pasadena, California. In trademark reckless panache, Kevin conscripts a quarrelsome, sketchy crew to serve as house staff. In a rare moment of lucidity and harmony, the cadre arrive at a consensus — they have blundered into an unspeakable horror in which they have no business. Unf... more
  • EMERGENT MARS

    by Russell Klyford
    It's 2059 and Ailia Bax, a burnt-out war correspondent whose career has been going nowhere for the last decade, is aimless and suffering from the debilitating effects of PTSD. When the opportunity arises to report on the unfolding political situation on Mars, she jumps at the chance despite her misgivings about the lack of detail related to the assignment. After nearly twenty-five years of colonization efforts, Mars has developed a unique society composed of both humans and sapient robots call... more
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