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  • Elkwood-A Montana Fable

    by Tracie Elizabeth Pabst
  • I call him HIM

    by scott kimak
    In the near future, we face our worst nightmare. A nuclear war has devastated the planet, destroying most of humanity. Hiding deep underground, an unnamed warrior and his family survive the apocalypse. After many years, they return to the surface to restart their lives. However, they discover that an evil presence now controls what is left of humankind, and this presence brutally murders the warrior’s wife and daughter. With the death of his family, the unnamed warrior loses his mind, plu... more
  • The Legend of Vanx Malic: Complete Collection

    by M. R. Mathias
    What does a rogue bard, a shape-shifting princess, a lesbian barbarian, and a dog-riding elf have in common? There's only one way to find out... (Since book one is in the free Kindle preview, you can start reading now!) The Legend of Vanx Malic is a ground breaking 10 book series, started in 2004. These stories cross racial and sexual boundaries not featured in the fantasy genre very often, before then. The hero, Vanx Malic, is forever caught up in racial turmoil due to the fact he is half-hu... more
  • The Eye of Ra

    by Ben Gartner
    Exploring a mysterious cave in the mountains behind their house, John and his sister Sarah are shocked to discover they’ve time traveled to ancient Egypt! Now they must work together to find a way back home from an ancient civilization of golden desert sand and a towering new pyramid, without parents to save them. The adventures abound—cobras, scorpions, a tomb robber, and more! The two kids have to trust each other, make friends who can help, and survive the challenges thrown at them . . . o... more
  • Outpost Gypsy Tree: The North Portal

    by Dr. Dottie Graham
    Nestled within a thought form in Earth’s vast realm, Outpost Gypsy Tree becomes home for six adventurous teenagers from various parts of the world. Charged by their own desire for peace and love for humanity, they are assigned to clear the earth’s light portals of the evils of mankind, starting with the North Portal. To do so, the teens must journey back in time to the winter solstice of 3107 BCE to decode an archaic sequence at Ireland's historic Newgrange that will unlock a Neolithic chamber l... more
  • Outpost Gypsy Tree: The South Portal

    by Dr. Dottie Graham
    With the North Portal in Neolithic Ireland cleared of the evils of mankind, Drew Megan Campbell and the light travels are once again called into service. Charged with clearing the South Portal located in Peru—or as it was once known, Og—they must travel back in time to 10,500 BCE to the final days of the continent of Lemuria, to retrieve a sacred disk from the crumbling Temple of Illumination. Aube and Gar’s great-grandfather from the stars, Commander Auben Gou-Drah, and his crew of the Bintok m... more
  • There Be Demons (Andor Demon Wars Book 1)

    by M. K. Theodoratus

    Britt never dreamed demons existed. Then, the Angeli drafted her to fight them.

    When the stone effigy she finds turns into a live gargoyle and tells her she must learn magic in order to fight demons, headstrong Britt Kelly wants to run the other way. She has enough problems fitting into a new high school in the projects and coping with her parents' divorce, thank you very much.

    Gillen, the centuries old leader of the Gargoyle Guardians, knows he has a serious problem--teaching... more

  • RNWY

    by P.A. Lopez

    RNWY: The Motion Picture is on IMDb.

    You can follow RNWY on Twitter, Instagram, and Super-Ping @RNWYUnivere.

    (Super-Ping coming July 2304.)

  • The Spymaster and The Rake

    by A S Thomson
    Jared up-Arran's work as a private courier takes him to the Household of Lady Morgain al-Rafael, where he is arrested, accused of spying, and tortured. Alone, exhausted, and in pain, he starts to hear whispers in the night…
  • Confessions from the Consortium of Rogue Gene Scientists

    by Charles and Cassandra Doe
    Confessions from the Consortium of Rogue Gene Scientists: An Open Letter to Our Two Children was written by loving parents and addressed to their genetically engineered children. It is now being published pseudonymously—and posthumously. The letter explains the parents’ decision to develop and use genetic technology despite the prohibition. Their goal was not only to keep their heritable diseases from impacting their children but also to create a fundamentally new option for human reproduction. ... more
  • Finding Soul (The Darovit Series)

    by T.L. Searle
    The Otherworld lives alongside the human world. It's a place of mythical beings: Seers, Witches, Mermen and Darovit - all descended from the gods of Greece and Rome. Eighteen-year-old Jonathan Miller is an art student, quiet and aloof, yet with his best friend Miles and a girl who once rescued him from toad-like men in his childhood, he embarks on a journey across the Otherworld in search of answers and self discovery. They are being hunted by Vipers, Darovit hit-men, paid assassins, and the... more
  • The Peace Ambassador

    by Fox Emerson
    Societies are being threatened by the growing number of terrorists, virus outbreaks, global cataclysmic weather phenomena and mankind’s overuse of the planet’s dwindling resources. When terrorists attack the touristic city of Florence and threaten the lives of many innocent people, Andrea Cello becomes an unwitting hero by diving in and stopping them. He has potentially saved hundreds from a horrific fate. But his good deeds and his subsequent message of peace goes viral and attracts the att... more
  • Things Change

    by GW Citroner
    A devastating plague has left the country in a state of chaos. Dangers lurk around every corner of this new reality. With his wife and child on the East Coast, Paramedic Dan Foster leaves Oregon behind, embarking on a cross-country journey to save them. Will there come a time when the bloody road ahead is too much?
  • The Earthling's Brother

    by Earik Beann

    Sam never knew his parents. In fact, he’s never met another human—or seen a sunrise, smelled a flower, or eaten a regular meal. All of that is about to change.

    It’s night in the desert, but he doesn’t feel the cold. The sky is clear, and the stars twinkle at him. He has never seen the sky from Earth before. Everything looks so strange. So . . . alien. He shakes his head in wonderment and laughs. He can’t stop smiling. This is Earth!

    There is a buildin... more

  • Datapocalypse

    by Christopher Keast

    In the not-so-distant future, as the world’s digital freight-train rolls right into its inevitable threshold of physical data storage limits, strange things begin to happen. At the same time, Kicis and Anna are each at a philosophical crossroads. The two of them collide under most inauspicious circumstances: things begin to disappear. As they try to find the meaning and reasons behind it—helping others to avert disaster—as though trying to solve the final riddle, has a tippi... more

  • Touched by Evil (Erin Holland series Book 3)

    by Nicole Leclercq
    Erin Holland hasn't seen her father since he tried to sacrifice her life. Comfortable with the spirits roaming around her mind, she wonders what happened to the man who made her. But when she's blackmailed into hunting her dad down, supernatural enemies lock her in a cell with her murderous dad. Erin's only hope for escape could come from teaming with the blood relative by her side. As long as he doesn't choose to finish what he started…