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  • Raven (Masks #2)

    by Amara Lynn
    Avari Terran wants nothing more than to live as normal of a college life as possible with his boyfriend, Chayton, despite having wings and superpowers, being an ex-supervillain, and dating his former superhero rival. His plans of flying under the radar are jeopardized when a fan of Raven threatens to reveal his identity, unless he agrees to a forced friendship, of all things. Kaiden is over-the-top, hyper, and capricious, and Avari is fed up with him and his blackmail threats from the moment ... more
  • City of Magic (Dragon Fire Prophecy Book 1)

    by Jack Knight
    One boy living in a village in the middle of nowhere. One great Darkness that threatens to destroy the world. An epic adventure waiting to unfold. When the traders came to Xion’s village, he expected to listen to the stories and see all the amazing things that they had brought with them. Until the mages invited him to join them, and go to a city of magic so he could train to be a sorcerer. In the blink of an eye, his simple life becomes one of adventure, magic, terrifying encounters, and a dark... more
  • The Steam Walker

    by Todd McCaffrey
    In 1745, Bonnie Prince Charlie enters Endinburgh, intent on restoring the Stuarts to the throne of Scotland, England, Ireland, and Wales. In our history, he fails. What could have changed that? Could one girl change history?
  • No Place

    by Sam Swicegood
    Fifteen years after an alien invasion, Gail, a seventeen-year-old girl raised mostly in solitude, wanders through the slowly-crumbling world in search of a family she has never known. When she runs into a snarky “computer witch” named Crow, she becomes embroiled in a plan to take down the oppressive Mori—a 4000-year-old enemy of Earth. The two are joined by other people in on this plan, including a US marine trapped inside an experimental power suit, and a knife-throwing con man.When Gail accide... more
  • W.I.S.E. Men

    by Karen Janowsky
    In 1993, U.S. Army Lieutenant Kevin Rye is the sole survivor of a missile attack on his helicopter in Somalia. He should have returned home broken, but his old friend, Rob Fisher, has created a suit that not only allows him to function; it gives him superpowers. However, it also causes him intense chronic pain and complicates his personal life. In 2002, Graham Beech, a talented, womanizing marksman from a conservative, Southern family, has just become a U.S. Army Ranger. His future in the milita... more
  • Wakeless (Joe Sault Book 1)

    by William M Dean
    Wakeless is a police procedural fused with straight-up sci-fi action/adventure—Michael Connelly meets Isaac Asimov. The near future: You can choose your reality—virtual, augmented, or holographic—and artificially intelligent virtual assistants within humanoid shells have recently become available to the average consumer. Constable Joseph Sault is out of touch with his children, possibly losing his wife to another man and his father to dementia, and constantly in trouble with his superiors.... more
  • Fresh off the Starship

    by Ann Crawford
    A starbeing aimed to land in Washington, DC, where she could've helped humanity on a grand geopolitical scale, but ends up in... Kansas! Wrong place, right time? Laugh through and be inspired by this fun, feel-good - yet also deeply profound, moving, and fascinating - tale that reminds us how truly awesome this being-a-human thing is.
  • Of Blood, Earth, and Magic

    by A.A. Chamberlynn
    There was a time when the Tribes lived in harmony. Sun, Moon, even the fabled Shadow Tribe. That time is no longer. Now the land has become a wicked wasteland, plagued by strange creatures, enchanted storms, and bubbles of trapped time, remnants of the Shaman Wars. Magic has been outlawed by the Sun, the Moon have gone into seclusion, and the Shadow are all but annihilated. This is Iamar. For Elea, the idea of peace between the tribes is a nothing more than a legend from the history books... more
  • The Sorting Room

    by Angelina Singer
    Who decides where we are born and who we love? Luna is an immortal entity in the Upperworld learning how to assign human souls to the body and life they’re intended for. Onyx is her mentor and guide there, teaching her everything she needs to know about assigning souls and dispatching them to Earth. Everything goes well until Luna’s friend makes a major mistake and Luna is sent to Earth after covering for her. In her absence, an unbelievable secret is revealed that changes everything she tho... more
  • Siren Song

    by Alex Hayes
    Connell Kurēn doesn’t love being a paparazzo... He's a member of the most scorned professionals in Hollywood, but he’s good at it, and a hard-ass to boot. He might also be considered an ambulance chaser, though not for the disreputable reason he chases celebrities. Connell has the ability to heal, and at the sound of a siren, he is drawn to those in need. Life is just fine until his pushy paparazzi nature almost gets someone killed. Rowan Bren suffers post-traumatic stress and a perm... more
  • Long Paradise

    by James Murdo
    An ancient mystery has returned. Everyone wants to survive. Everyone wants answers. *** The Outer Layer is an enigma to its residents. Representatives from countless races and civilisations wander the many territories, hoping to unlock the secrets and progress further into its depths. *** An anomaly has been detected in space by an artefact from an extinct civilisation. Ciqalo, a machine intelligence from the Wanderer civilisation, is tasked with leading the investigation in the h... more
  • Ever Alice

    by H.J. Ramsay
    Alice’s stories of Wonderland did more than raise a few eyebrows—it landed her in an asylum. Now at 15 years of age, she’s willing to do anything to leave, which includes agreeing to an experimental procedure. When Alice decides at the last minute not to go through with it, she escapes with the White Rabbit to Wonderland and trades one mad house for another: the court of the Queen of Hearts. Only this time, she is under orders to take out the Queen. When love, scandal, and intrigue begin to mudd... more
  • The Anthology Vault

    by RC Lanzmann
    Dive into a new realm of fear inside The Anthology Vault; a collection of interconnected horror tales from the mind of RC Lanzmann. Follow a retired cop as he uncovers the supernatural secret behind an idyllic American town. Witness a cemetery watchman being drove to madness by the residents beneath Ecclestone graveyard. Discover the last fate of a serial killer hunted by an evil much worse than him. Alongside other page turning stories, TAV also includes the complete Horror Lore & Surviva... more
  • The City Screams

    by Phil Williams

    Profoundly deaf Tova is getting her hearing back. She's going to wish she wasn't.

    Alone in Tokyo for experimental ear surgery, Tova Nokes is finally shaking up her life. But when she starts to hear things she shouldn't, all she wants is to make it home alive.

    There's a voice saying it's where she comes from that makes her special. If she can only survive violent stalkers, and the terrible screams, she might figure out why...

    "The City Screams" i... more

  • Seasons Of Reasoning: A Collection Of 25 Flash Fiction And Short Stories (Volumes Book 1)

    by Amy Raines
    This collection contains 25 stories. Some are flash fiction while others are short stories, all of them are inspired and written about the picture at the beginning of each section. Several different fictional genres are included in this volume. From inspirational and lessons learned to thriller and horror, there is something for any reader to find. From a Seal that watches the beginning of the continental shift, winged people trying to flee from the cooking pots of a self centered woman, sorc... more
  • A Trip Around the Pond

    by Jennifer Gardiner
    ?A Trip Around The Pond? is the story of Georgette Mae?s fanciful search for the City of Love-Paris. After complaining of boredom, Georgette?s Granny encourages her to spend her day traveling around the pond. Along the way, she encounters many adventures. Beautifully written and illustrated, ?A Trip Around The Pond? captures the innocent heart and vivid imagination of a little girl?s quest to find Paris.

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