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  • Reign of Resurgence (Kingdom of Destiny Book 1)

    by Andi Neal
    Struggling at a crossroads in his life, recent college graduate Tristan has no idea who or what he wants to be. Until he is mysteriously thrown into the baffling but extraordinary kingdom of Barico. Now contending with an alternate world he never knew existed, he discovers a set of problems outside the scope of joining the “real world.” In the city of Lochlain, the heart of Barico, Tristan inadvertently thwarts an assassination attempt on the life of the queen. Consequently welcomed into the ... more
  • The Wells Initiative

    by Andi Neal
    What was once thought to be only science fiction is about to become solely science… When he is approached by a seemingly crazy woman claiming an assassin from the future wants him dead, US Navy Lieutenant Lyle Everett tries to patiently apply logic to her insane ramblings. Until a bullet whizzes past his head. Finding purposely vague answers at the Defense Intelligence Agency, he realizes the woman is far from crazy. And apparently Lyle’s future is one of extreme importance. But in order to f... more
  • Drats, Foiled Again!: Drats #1 (The Drats Universe)

    by K.L. Lantz
    Robert Gilbrinkle is blind in one eye, which makes dodging punches in his Anti-Hero Maneuvers class especially difficult, but his lack of depth perception is the least of his troubles. Nox Academy's senior project deadline is fast approaching, he's failing three classes, and, naturally, his evil twin Rupert keeps trying to kill him every chance he gets. But the real trouble begins when Robert's pathetic superpower--a very unwicked superwink that fixes anything broken--starts to evolve. The kids ... more
  • The Subject and the Scientist

    by Montana Stayer
    A morally questionable scientist accidentally created a sentient child in an attempt to save his dying daughter but his daughter died, leaving him with his "experiment".
  • No Man of Woman Born

    by Ana Mardoll
    Destiny sees what others don’t. A quiet fisher mourning the loss of xer sister to a cruel dragon. A clever hedge-witch gathering knowledge in a hostile land. A son seeking vengeance for his father's death. A daughter claiming the legacy denied her. A princess laboring under an unbreakable curse. A young resistance fighter questioning everything he's ever known. A little girl willing to battle a dragon for the sake of a wish. These heroes and heroines emerge from adversity into triumph, recogniz... more
  • Die to Live Again

    by David Crane
    Tanya Gray made a promise to her father on the day the missiles were launched. She promised to survive the unthinkable. Finding refuge inside a high-tech fallout shelter, she, along with hundreds of survivors, tries to cope with unimaginable grief and suffering. Forced to live underground in a sanctuary run by a tyrannical general, Tanya endures death and hardship, but finds love and hope. Implicated in a plot against the sanctuary's military dictatorship, she and her boyfriend are exiled to di... more
  • The Ancient Sacred Tree: Birthing a Hero

    by Dawnette Brenner
    The Ancient Sacred Tree: Birth of a Hero by author Dawnette N. Brenner is A mythological adventure fantasy novel for children and young adults, about a 12-year-old boy named Joshua who finds himself thrust into a magical land full of danger. It's fast-paced and an exciting story that deftly merges fantasy and reality. Joshua is the consummate hero; he has his flaws and foibles, but he has the courage and heroic inclinations that allow him to get past his own issues and work to save the inhabitan... more
  • The Legacy of King Jasteroth Vol. 1

    by S. L. Wyllie

    WHEN EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD PRINCESS ARIELLA learns she's to be tutored for ten hours a day, she believes her father is punishing her. That is, until she meets her tutor Austin, and discovers she is gifted with incredible powers, and Austin was sent to her castle to train her.

    Darkness looms over the Golden Peaks when Ariella finds a mysterious and deadly force in her castle corrupting her family. At the same time, Austin learns the Black Magic Sorcerers who are rumored to be t... more

  • The Ancient Sacred Tree: Birthing a Hero

    by Dawnette Brenner
    The Ancient Sacred Tree: Birth of a Hero by author Dawnette N. Brenner is A mythological adventure fantasy novel for children and young adults, about a 12-year-old boy named Joshua who finds himself thrust into a magical land full of danger. It's fast-paced and an exciting story that deftly merges fantasy and reality. Joshua is the consummate hero; he has his flaws and foibles, but he has the courage and heroic inclinations that allow him to get past his own issues and work to save the inhabita... more
  • ETHYR

    by M.P. Follin
    One sixth-grade kid. One video game. One seriously weird event. When a mysterious opponent challenges Skyler Beam to a dual inside the game, the stakes go up. Skyler’s favorite video game has turned real—and deadly. In a race against time, Skyler, his friends, and a fluffy white dog must stop the inevitable before it’s too late. Can Skyler dodge his fate or is it game over? This action-filled fantasy follows the adventures of Skyler, Ellie-Claire and a rescue dog named Destiny as they pursue ... more
  • REAWAKEN

    by K.D. Kern
    When shy seventeen-year-old Riley Borden's abusive stepfather is brutally murdered before her eyes, she bravely tells the authorities exactly who did it: a monster. Not surprisingly the evidence points to her and she's shipped off to a rural Northern California mental institution, leaving her ten-year-old sister in mortal danger at the hands of her deranged aunt. Bedeviled by inmates, emotionally vanquished, Riley becomes convinced that her life is over... but when she awakens to a prese... more
  • Amazing Grace: Book Three of The Grace Lord Series

    by S.E. Sasaki
    Newcomers arrive to the Nelson Mandela Medical Space Station continuously: ships crews, new medical staff, students, casualties within cryopods, new patients, and occasionally the unexpected or unwelcome. When a ship calling itself The Inferno docks at the station, it at first garners little attention. Soon however, a series of events occur to threaten the life of everyone on board the medical station and all organic life in the galaxy. With the station AI and all androids and robots knocked out... more
  • The Night The Bullies Were Bullied!

    by Charles Ricciardi
    Billy loved watching horror movies-but didn't love being menaced by three school bullies. When something extraordinary happens, Billy is given the perfect opportunity for revenge. But is revenge all it’s cracked up to be? A morality tale in creepy packaging, The Night The Bullies Were Bullied! challenges the reader to think about power, compassion and forgiveness from different angles, in an unusual and engaging story.
  • Allyson Best, Code Name: Corn Flower - Stones in a Matrix

    by Jonathan Fore
    Beneath the overgrown aftermath of a global apocalypse, the remains of human civilization struggle and compete for precious resources. Each evacuation center, now a city-state within themselves, guards their resources jealously, violently, even at the end of a millennium of forced captivity. Among these states stood the city of Evaone. They hold the only known source of power gems, and all the other city-states want them. Reduced to steam technology and black powder weapons, power crystals ... more
  • Dove Keeper

    by Emily Deibler

    Some doors are best left closed. 

    1918. World War I. Rennes, France. Thirteen-year-old Marcy, the executioner's overprotected daughter, desperately craves companionship and latches onto the first person she meets after her home life becomes maddening. But when Marcy visits her mysterious friend's manor and curiosity takes over, what terrible secrets will she discover, and can she be saved in time?

    In the vein of Crimson Peak,&n... more

  • Abigail, Queen of Natronia A Fairy Tale

    by Darrell Case
    From the moment Abigail is born, it is clear that any beauty she possesses must be on the inside. Abigail’s face and body are deformed, so much so that the nurses cover her so she won’t frighten the other patients. Bullied in school and shunned by the people of her village, Abigail nevertheless sees the good in life. Alone and isolated in her room, she anonymously writes tales of love and compassion. Despite being denied happiness because of her appearance, Abigail finds a special joy through he... more

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