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  • Sophia Freeman and the Mysterious Fountain

    by T.X. Troan
    EARTH AWAKENED ... SEED PLANTED ... PATH REVEALED. Sophia Freeman, eleven-year-old daughter of billionaire Jerri Freeman, has wanted to be an artist since the day she first held a pencil. Her father doesn’t approve, calling it her silly dream. Even worse, Dad has neglected Sophia since her mother—her greatest supporter—passed away two years ago. After Dad purchases an island to expand his empire, to Sophia’s surprise, he invites her along for the day to visit the island, expressing hopes... more
  • Ora and the Old God

    by Sarah Day

    The first book in a spellbinding series that weaves together powerful women and complex magic.

    Wild and stubborn, Ora Widogast is determined to join her brother for the annual Tabas hunt. After a terrible mistake, her brother is turned into a pig, and ... more

  • Midnight Horror Show

    by Ben Lathrop
    It’s end of October 1985 and the crumbling river town of Dubois, Iowa is shocked by the gruesome murder of one of the pillars of the community. Detective David Carlson has no motive, no evidence, and only one lead: the macabre local legend of “Boris Orlof,” a late night horror movie host who burned to death during a stage performance at the drive-in on Halloween night twenty years ago and the teenage loner obsessed with keeping his memory alive. The body count is rising and the darkness tha... more
  • Last Crucible of Humanity

    by Daniel R Scott
    VOLUME THREE OF THE HUMANITY TRANSFORMED SERIES This is the climax of the saga of humanity's search for survival and meaning in a world where they will no longer be the sole rulers. Our heroines and heroes face the ultimate test and find their base beliefs challenged. Will they succeed? Will they still be human? The final novel in "Humanity Transformed" is a mind-blowing read, centering around a Russian family, the Morizovs. The book gives readers a vivid description of how the Morizov’s cou... more
  • Warehouse Dreams

    by Theresa Halvorsen
    Kendle's job is on the line every time she rescues a Wild teen. But Wilds, with their uncontrolled psychic abilities, need her help. They need the chronically underfunded Warehouse, the only school available for Wilds. But accepting a teen with potentially dangerous abilities puts her at odds with her boss; refusing means the teen faces life institutionalized, sedated, and under restraint.Stephen, the new telepathy teacher, is a Bred. His wealthy parents paid for his perfect genetic code. He's n... more
  • Bidding Wars

    by Michael David MacBride
    Jenny is an orphan caught in the middle of a bidding war between two clerks with ties to wealthy philanthropists, who find ways to manipulate the system through insider trading. The Market allows shares of children to be traded, where more investment provides a better opportunity for the child's future. However, you can also short a child's stock and bet on him or her failing. Because orphans are unknown commodities, they offer great risk and potential reward for savvy investors, but leave the o... more
  • Skiathos

    by Boris Slocum

    Nadja Bikram traveled to the distant planet of Skiathos to work one problem, a puzzle that had vexed her for seven years. On reaching the savage desert world, she found the survey team she was to join in disarray and its leader missing. As a State Department officer, it was up to her to take command and sort things out, but she swiftly discovered the harsh and brutal landscape held a hidden danger so lethal and dreadful that it threatened them all. Nadja would need to us... more

  • Monstre: Volume One

    by Duncan Swan



    Day 0. From the wreckage of a research facility in Switzerland, a plume of toxic smoke and ash pours into the sky, forming an impenetrable cloud that is slowly smothering the world in darkness. As Europe disappears beneath the Cloud, a squad of United States marines are sent on a desperate mission to find out what went wrong, and how to u... more

  • Shunt

    by Jason Arsenault
    A young woman named Jade receives a brain implant that connects her to a “Pain Surrogate” in order to alleviate her grief from the loss of her little brother. At first the relief is ideal; the shunt seems like the perfect solution. But when things begin to feel unreal in her mind, she hires a hacker to discover the identity of her anonymous pain recipient. This seemingly minor breach of security unravels an international conspiracy between PrimaCore, a huge pharmaceutical company, and a military... more
  • The Blood She Wore: A Sarah Greene Supernatural Mystery (Sarah Greene Mysteries Book 3)

    by Steven Ramirez

    To purge an insidious evil, Sarah must choose whether to risk everything…

    The discovery of a cursed object drives Sarah Greene to uncover the secret of why the town’s founder, John Dos Santos, turned to the demonic. Meanwhile, the streets are plagued by a wave of senseless violence at the hands of strangers. And these ritualistic killings point to The Darkness.

    After everything that’s happened, Sarah finally knows her destiny. She must use her p... more

  • Neurogarden

    by Bryon Vaughn
    Brenna Patrick is a brilliant technologist specializing in neural-cognitive functions and AI. She has cracked the code to solve one of the most troublesome problems in the field, and turned that into the multi-billion dollar NeuralTech Corporation. Working quietly with the U.S. Department of Defense, NeuralTech is poised to leapfrog the competition with a revolutionary system for tracking people, starting with the world’s most wanted terrorists. But there are only so many terrorists in the wo... more
  • The Year Before the End

    by Vidar Hokstad

    Forty years ago humanity found out we were not alone. The Centauri offered us the galaxy.

    With one year to go before the gate is ready, Captain Zara Ortega learns of a conspiracy between Mars separatists and the Centauri to split the solar system between them. The crew of the ship Black Rain goes on a daring raid from one of the most well-guarded stations in the system to uncover the truth, but an attack on their ship raises more questions.

    A meeting with their contact near Mars g... more

  • The Elven Inquisition: A Woke Fairy Story

    by Steve Wiley
    Elf privilege. Marginalized mermaids. Woke trolls. Pumpkin fairy reparations... Welcome to the chaotic kingdom of Fantasmagoria, where an inquisition for absolute equity rages and the masses combat all forms of social injustice by any means necessary. Elves are burned at the stake for suggesting there is a biological difference between mermaids and goblins. Djinns are executed for granting capitalistic wishes. Vampires are tortured to death for insensitive jokes made five hundred years ago. ... more
  • Exiles' Escape: Book Two of old Men and Infidels'

    by W. Clark Boutwell
    MALILA CHIU is trying to escape the prison-state known as the DEMOCRATIC UNITY; she evades capture, meets the Higginses, (who run the beltways) and is re-united with HECATE JONES, a childhood friend she thought dead. They must travel unobserved to where the Rampart, the nation’s security wall, touches the Savannah River in Georgia, its weakest link. Hecate has made her own way from Nyork, avoiding the ghoul-like SUGAR, old friends-turned traitors, and the might of the Unity. After crossing Dela... more
  • The Empress and the Arctic Tern

    by Angie Chasser

    An ancient conflict comes to light once more when an arctic tern crashes into a farm during its annual migration, and with it the estranged Lord of a magical race cursed with corruption and eternal wars. He saves the village from a devastating storm, but farmer Arnel isn't convinced of his goodness.

    His daughter Illa wants to believe that a righteous destiny is in store to be fulfilled. After much debate, they depart on a journey to seek out the Empress of the Seers to learn of his ... more

  • Starlight Seized

    by China Dennington

    Two storytellers

    A single, intertwined destiny

    Maris Hall's name isn't spoken. Her writings were burned. Her images erased because of the horrendous thing she did. As a third-generation inhabitant of the red desert planet Erimost, Tessa Hall ironically knows precious little about her own family history, despite being the city historian.

    When she discovers the journal of her grandmother, the first historian, she slowly comes to realize that the secrets of the past mig... more