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  • The Twice-Drowned Prince

    by L.M. Morrison
    "The prince had no memory of the first time he drowned. The salt numbed his mind. But the second time, it stung. Every breath brought a thousand barbs, slicing his flesh to ribbons without spilling a drop of blood. His lungs screamed as never before—voiceless. What makes a man choose to drown? A great many things, the prince was sure. But for him, it was two eyes more vivid than the sky. Her eyes, her hair, her tail of vibrant blue." After surviving a shipwreck, he seeks out his rescuer. A... more
  • Branches

    by Adam Peter Johnson
    2021. The good news is that the pandemic never happened here. The bad news ... well, it's not great. The unthinkable happened. He won, again. And now there are tanks in the streets. Amid the spiraling chaos, one man is given a chance to escape his dystopian nightmare. But what will he find on the other side?
  • Spirit of the King

    by Amy Hay

    Allegiance is Power. Choose the Strongest.

    Eighteen year old Aria finds her allegiance caught between Keriggor and Eli, the two most powerful opposing spiritual entities in existence. After being set free from a covenant with Keriggor under the presumption she will immediately forge a new covenant with Eli, the two not only war for her loyalty, but stoke her innate desire to wield extreme power. Each offers her a portion of their own by placing a unique seal o... more

  • The Twisty Passages of Time: Book 1: Veer Left for Home

    by K.D. Loveridge
    After the death of Liam's sister, he learns a great family secret. They are refugee's in time from a dystopian past that is on the brink of war.
  • A Grim Light Rising

    by Joseph Burgo
    Young Devianna must flee her village before anyone discovers she is Vacillian, a freak of nature who unpredictably shifts back and forth between sexes. The civilization of Messano was long ago decimated by a plague which left most people void of "fellow feeling" while dooming a few rare mutants such as Devianna to pariah status. If they find her out, the villagers will stone her to death. Devianna soon crosses paths with the itinerant bard Madino, part of a secret order of hyper-empaths that ... more
  • De-Evolution

    by John Lars Shoberg
    Human colonists on a new world discover they are not the only intelligent species on the planet. A group of cave-dwellers are devolved from a thriving civilization that crashed only 2 centuries before. Then the humans realize their own minds are being effected; they are forgetting things and may wind up living in caves themselves unless they can find the cause and nullify.
  • The Treason of Robyn Hood

    by D. Lieber
    When dark truths about her adoptive family are revealed, Robyn Loxley must answer what justice means to her and what she’s willing to do to exact it. Robyn and the merry band get an update in this dieselpunk sci-fi adventure.
  • Treasure Hunt

    by Lois Wickstrom
    When Grandma moved across town, she left four mysterious boxes in the hall closet: Feathers, Wandas, Fascinator and Dowse. Dowse can mean soaking wet or find something valuable. In this book, Carrie does both. She hunts for gold and finds her dad's wedding ring. She hunts for water and finds a leaky sewer pipe. Then she asks the rods to find her something valuable. She finds Grandma!
  • Booked for Murder

    by R.J. Blain
    Life as a bodyguard and driver for the rich, famous, and powerful is dangerous on a good day, and after sustaining a crippling injury while on duty, Janette’s left with few options. Having signed a ‘for life’ contract but unable to work, she uses her skills to disappear. Her new life as a librarian suits her. Nobody cares she limps and sometimes requires a cane to walk. She’s wanted for her knowledge, not her lethal magic. She’s surrounded by books, a woman’s best friend. But when her form... more
  • Church of the Assassin

    by Ross Harrison


    Alexiares spends her time killing, tinkering with a car she never drives, and wondering if she’s a sociopath. This simple life is complicated by a deadly purge of her sect and she finds herself on the run, trying to make sense of the slaughter. She’s not alone: the broken-minded assassin has inherited a baby girl. But how can hands that know only how to squeeze necks and strip engines ever nurture a child? When painful revelations, betrayals, and s... more

  • Two Kingdoms: The epic struggle for truth and purpose amidst encroaching darkness - a medieval fantasy

    by DC Moore
    War rages between two kingdoms… Caught up in the conflict are three youths—a blacksmith, a squire, and a knight’s daughter—who must find their way in a world where all is not as it seems. Each embarks separately on a personal journey of self-discovery beginning with a cryptic map delivered in a wooden box with a mysterious key. Each map records the teens' spiritual journeys as they are challenged and tested to trust in a King they can't see in a world that seems to be falling apart all around t... more
  • Light and Darkness

    by Peter Vik

    Light and Darkness is the sequel to Peter Vik’s novel Hope. The wise Lord Hellel must convince the king and nobles of Lacinea to resist Dachmon, a dark kingdom that threatens their land. Some want them to surrender without a fight because winning seems hopeless. However, Lord Hellel reveals that the magic of the ancient luminaries resides in his ward, Lady Hope. Hope’s fiancé is Alva Danae, the son of one of the greatest warriors in Lacinean history. As the story unfolds, A... more

  • The Forever King

    by Ben Galley

    Revenge loves company.


    Mithrid Fenn wants nothing to do with magick. Magick is a curse word, banned by the vast Arka Empire and punishable by death. Its purging has finally brought peace to war-torn Emaneska. Only a stubborn rebellion, led by the warlord Outlaw King, raids and pillages the empire’s northern fringes.


    To cliff-brat Mithrid, this is an age of tranquility and childhood games. That is until an illegal spellbook washes up on her shores, a... more

  • The Devil's Angel

    by John Conn
    Things were changing. It was ages since the Devil had fallen. Now, a new one was being created. God wanted something, but the Devil had no idea what it was. It needed someone to find out. It needed an angel…but who? NYC detectives Michael Ryan and Lucas Cole were childhood friends. Inseparable and seemingly cut from the same cloth, they paralleled each other’s moves and thoughts throughout their lives. But with strange visions and nightmares torturing both men since childhood, they are driven... more
  • Ash Forest (and the King's Gold)

    by Stephen R. Pratt
    Magic is dying. And without magic, the sleepy town of Ashville is conquered with ease by a tyrannical king who is swiftly amassing an ungodly fortune. He is on a mission to enslave mankind, raise the devil, and destroy the world. And he hopes to do all that before the end of the week. There is only one problem with this plan: an orphan boy with no name, a child of the woods who has learned to survive among man-eating plants and giant spiders, but whose greatest obstacle yet remains. The king ... more
  • Jason Jupiter

    by Albert M. Manaford
    One night as ten-year-old Jason Jupiter stares into the heavens from his porch swing and dreams of space travel, an object falls out of the sky and vanishes along the horizon, seemingly in close proximity to his house. Overwhelmed with curiosity, Jason decides to investigate without telling his parents. Following the light from the moon, Jason walks through a forest and into a clearing where, to his surprise, he fi nds a damaged spaceship without occupants. After he enters the ship to explore... more