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  • Flux Destiny: Fortuna's Rings, Book 1

    by Chris Moujaes
    Flux Destiny is the first installment in a coming-of-age series following Marco Mendoza and Hugo Wandschneider - two teenage outcasts with supernatural talents in a universe where destiny itself is a controllable force. When the mysterious Board of Trials orders them and their headstrong Clockbot, Lucky, to investigate a situation at Anderes - an isolated city straddling a gigantic rupture in space-time nicknamed Big Mouth - they discover a plague of blood-thirsty, biomechanical creatures cal... more
  • Code of Rainbow: Legends of Azure and the Masked Planet

    by Weiqi Wang
    Due to a shocking discovery, Soarame now has to undertake a new dangerous journey with his friends. He must cross the largest, most deadly ocean in the world. Battling more powerful, evil wizards, he was forced to escape underwater, and stay in the bottom of the ocean for weeks. But how could a teenage boy survive underwater, especially that there were lethal creatures down there? And what further perils are waiting for him, if he really survives?
  • The Raidships

    by A.D. Wynterhawk
    Fifteen hundred years in the future, two neighboring worlds in a colonized system have devolved into medieval societies . One colony preys on the other, riding ancient ships across the interplanetary void to raid and plunder its neighbor. In one of those raids, Whit Alder is taken and sold into slavery on the marauder's home world: Thelos. The story is about Whit's determination to regain his freedom and the small group of characters drawn into his quest. Whit and his comrades band together t... more
  • Dawn of a Legend: The Silvan Book III

    by R.K. Lander
    To the enemy, Fel’annár is just a half-blood bastard, but to the Silvan people, he is their crownless warrior prince. Returning from battle in the mountains, he grieves for one who was lost, a death that triggers a mystery Fel’annár and his company of chosen brothers must unravel. But why do the trees speak of a beautiful monster? Fel’annár will learn the ways of the Kah Warrior from a legendary commander while facing the disdain of another who struggles to accept this ‘ignoble son’ for who h... more
  • Road of a Warrior: The Silvan Book II

    by R.K. Lander
    Fel'annár is an immortal half-blood warrior from the Deep Forest, an orphan whose questions were never answered. With a dream of becoming a Silvan captain in an army ruled by the Alpine elves, he is sent to protect a prince of the realm on a journey to Tar'eastór, land of the mighty Alpine elves and of Fel'annár's own father - whoever he was. His nascent powers continue to evolve while his shrouded past finally surfaces. The truth he never thought to hear will thrust him onto a path strewn wi... more
  • Path of a Novice: The Silvan Book I

    by R.K. Lander
    An immortal half-blood becomes a novice warrior and joins the ranks of the Silvans as they battle Sand Lords and Deviants. He only ever had one dream; to become a Silvan captain in an army commanded by the dominant Alpine elves, colonizers of the Great Forest. There had once been another dream though – to know who his father was, but years of unanswered questions later, he told himself it didn’t matter anymore. Meanwhile, the powerful Alpine lords weave a story of racial superiority, relegati... more
  • Myth Agent

    by L.A. MacFadden
    Set over half a century, concluding at the end of World War Two, this darkly romantic period fantasy tells the tale of a paleontologist’s realization of the existence of time travel, and the impact it will have on one woman’s life - and generations to follow… In 1910 Montana, several months after the death of his friend and mentor Doctor Eyestone, science professor Ruttledge Rosenbaugh is shocked by the mysterious appearance of a feisty five-year-old girl in his secret university laboratory, cl... more
  • Never Going Home

    by Sarah Orr Aten
    The World is already at War. Now the Veil has been torn. The Whispers promise you power. You may live long enough to lose your humanity. Never Going Home is an occult horror RPG set in the aftermath of the WWI era Battle of the Somme.
  • Veneration of the Hunter

    by Ren Behan

    The Mother sustains...but she can also take.

    I’ve been warned that the longer one remains in the sacred valley, the deeper the soul buries itself there. But to earn my place as hunter, I must complete the rite; I must nourish the forest ground with the spilt blood of my kill lest it be my own that sanctifies the soil. It is decided. But...am I hunter, or am I prey? ​

    What will begin as a hunt will change into the Hunter’s trial, bringing him... more

  • John Finn

    by Vincent McCaffrey
    In his study of the past, he can glimpse whole lives and imagine how and why they were lived. There he might even imagine his own life complete. What drives John Finn to write are his own frustrations, and what he best understands in others are the frustrations they are prey to. An odd talent to have, yes? Too seldom happy, and never satisfied, he cannot help but see his father in himself, and now once again in his youngest daughter.
  • A Winter of Melodies

    by Henry L Carlow Jr
    A misjudgment in faith by The Catholic church causes the original gift of creativity to Mankind to start a decline that could send the world into a dark age. The elite knowledgeable of society become the saviors of faith and beauty by decoding the ancient warning an finding the way to begin a new covenant for man to follow.
  • A Fray of Furies (The Waking Worlds Book 2)

    by A. Van Wyck

    Looking for lost lambs is no job for an assassin. Cold coin keeps Nin scouring the glens and gullies of the Renali Kingdom for Marco's corpse.

    She's never had ambitions beyond the Hunt. Now Herald of the Hillmen, Kassika Blackwater must brave the elements to bring dire warnings - and her monstrous charge - to the capital.

    Turn and turn-about is fair play when burning a witch. No-one, Peat included, suspected what nightmares might arise from the ashes of her village's f... more

  • Skinwrapper

    by Stephen Kozeniewski

    A single word strikes fear into the hearts of even the most experienced starship crews…

    Aboard the freighter Blue Whale, a young girl’s day begins like any other: texting her friends while her parents bicker about breakfast. Then, with a loud, sickening pop, their domestic tranquility is shattered.

    A single word goes out over the emergency warning system…

    The galaxy’s shipping lanes are plagued by a gang of vicious pirates. Suffering ... more

  • Winter's Labyrinth (Vol. 4)

    by Dana Alexander

    Whispers from a shadowy realm…

    Two worlds on the brink of collapse…

    Only one force can claim the future...

    Consumption of humanity by an epidemic of evil shadows has shifted to its final stage. Armed with a potent angelic weapon and a conjurer of the dead, Lord Tarsamon has strengthened his position to shut down the one woman who can stop his race to plunge Earth and Ardan—home of the immortals—into a perpetual state of darkness.

    Finding the l... more

  • Flight Of The Feathered Serpent (Vol. 3, 2nd Ed.)

    by Dana Alexander

    An old and deadly enemy.

    A danger reaching beyond life’s boundaries.

    A love destined for all eternity…

    A silent killer sweeps humanity, consuming its life force, threatening an eternal reign of darkness. After narrowly escaping this shadowy force in the highlands of Scotland, New York psychiatrist Sara Forrester is tasked with finding the second key of life—by unlocking the riddles of Mayan myth in the shrouded depths of the Yuca... more

  • Calixta, The Vanquishers of Alhambra

    by Omayra Vélez
    Calixta is the first book in a new series, The Vanquishers of Alhambra, is a real page-turner. Explore this dark new series world where good and evil, honor and prejudices are blurred by a stroke of the pen. The poor souls in Alhambra live and die, shrouded under the long hand of their misguided faith and the influence of their trades. The people of the kingdoms are directly responsible for the decisions that affect the delicate balance between the two extremes. Readers of Omayra Vélez’s earlier... more

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