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  • Jake's Dragon

    by Riano D. McFarland
    When you’re eleven years old, it’s tough convincing people to take you seriously. When you’re an eleven-year-old savant, It’s exponentially more difficult. Since Jake’s inability to connect with others had made him somewhat of an outcast for most of his life, he’d learned to divert his energy into his artistic talent, creating mesmerizing images capable of literally paralyzing anyone who should gaze upon them. For Jake, it was normal to see and perceive things others were incapable of reco... more
  • Pundragon

    by Chandra Clarke
    Ian McDonald is trying very hard not to think about how the world might be going to hell in a handbag. After all, what’s he going to be able to do about it? He’s just this guy, stuck in a small town, pinned there by a load of student debt and a stalled writing career. Oh, and a wicked case of writer’s block. Or at least he was, until a dragon showed up in his bedroom. At midnight. Quoting Freud and muttering about the space-time continuum. So of course, Ian must Make a Choice and decide whet... more
  • One If

    by Carol B Allen
    ONE DYING PLANET. TWO WORLDS AT WAR. THREE TEENS FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL. When Parker Kittridge, a quirky science student from New York City, is lured to her terrace by a frisky hummingbird, she slips and plunges 18 stories to the street and awakens in Spyridon, a planet destroyed by climate change and locked in civil war. Parker quickly discovers she is not alone. Two other teens have also been kidnapped and they must join forces to save the planet if they have any chance to return to Earth. ... more
  • The 36 Watchers

    by Dan Bar Hava
    “It is said that at all times, there are 36 special people in the world, and that were it not for them, all of them, if even one of them was missing, the world would come to an end.” Talmud, the central religious text of Rabbinic Judaism, as quoted by Wikipedia
  • The Virus of Beauty

    by C B Lyall
    Book Descriptions/Summary: Wilf Gilvary is a teenage wizard who is terrified of using magic. When his father dies under mysterious circumstances, Wilf is plunged into the middle of a political struggle between the witches and wizards in the magical realm. He’d rather play soccer than practice magic, but he’s forced to make a choice between the life of a normal teen and one of wizardry after a powerful virus begins to decimate the witch community. The cure is spellbound in a journal Wilf inherite... more
  • Wisdom of the Unicorns

    by Ann Andrews
    Unicorns: Reality or myth?  History suggests they were once real; Socrates described them; Julius Caesar wrote about them; and they are mentioned in our Holy Bible – AS FACT, NOT FICTION. Unicorns: Reality or myth? History suggests they were once real; Socrates described them; Julius Caesar wrote about them; and they are mentioned in our Holy Bible – AS FACT, NOT FICTION. The author has combined her great love of horses, magic and history in order to bring to life her first compendium of sho... more
  • Born at Dawn

    by Christina Davis

    When a heist goes terribly wrong and the binding spell holding 17-year-old Neva’s powers at bay is shattered, the half-human thief knows she’s in trouble.

    Neva has always hidden her Da’Valian heritage while working risky jobs to make a name for herself and serving at her family’s tavern, but she won’t be able to hide much longer. She can either risk the safety of those she cares about or seek out her mother’s people to gain control over her emerging p... more

  • The Last Monster Hunter

    by Luke Romyn
    Theodore Beckett knows nothing of magic until his bedroom wall smiles… … and then tries to kill him. Doors to a whole new world suddenly crash open for Theo, a world filled with monsters, magicians, and dragons. His role in this secret society slowly unfolds when Theo learns he is the son of its lost hero. The man who defeated the Orc King. Elijah Dros. A new war looms, and Theo realizes his introduction might not be a coincidence. He may well be the last Hunter. But with nobody to ... more
  • Subversive

    by Colleen Cowley

    In an America controlled by wizards and 100 years behind on women’s rights, Beatrix Harper counts herself among the resistance—the Women’s League for the Prohibition of Magic. Then Peter Blackwell, the only wizard her town has ever produced, unexpectedly returns home and presses her into service as his assistant. 

    Beatrix fears he wants to undermine the League. His real purpose is far more dangerous for them both.

    SUBVERSIVE is the first novel in the romanti... more

  • Shadow-Stained

    by Rachel Hobbs
    For her, it's her late grandma's legacy. For him, the mother of all black arts spoils, granting one demon the power of a God. Immortality. When occult-magnet Ruby falls victim to Demon Lord Drayvex's viperous allure, she loses a sentient dark relic to his light fingers and appetite for power. Like calls to like. But when Drayvex himself loses the relic to a traitor to the throne, Ruby coerces him - the tyrant king with a soft spot for humanity - into helping her save her pokey old world villa... more
  • Wake the Dead

    by H.L. Sudler
    Not all things stay dead. For a group of grave robbers, this is a lesson to be found out the hard way. What's alive in a Florida mausoleum reveals a ghastly horror, and their part in a scheme to wake the dread.
  • Suzy Spitfire and the Snake Eyes of Venus

    by Joe Canzano

    When outlaw Suzy Spitfire flies to Venus in search of a vicious serial killer, she’s looking for the road to redemption—but instead, she quickly becomes involved in a gang war, a revolution, and a desperate attempt to protect a young girl from a violent future.

  • Daytrippers

    by H.L. Sudler
    A group of high school students finds themselves in a nightmare from which they cannot escape. On an ordinary October day, they have been drugged. From this drug, they have fallen asleep. From this sleep they find themselves in a world with hardly anything they know and nothing they remember. The year they find themselves in is 1879. They are scared and frightened, and they cannot get home.
  • The Order of the Clock: Volume One The Creation of the Humanoids

    by Gary Erakleous
    THE ORDER OF THE CLOCK Volume One The Creation of the Humanoids Description The “Order of the Clock” Volume One, The Creation of the Humanoids, by Gary Erakleous is a fantasy novel, set in the ancient world of magic and sorcery, in a setting of spiritual intrigue and political deception that captivates the mind. It is, truly, an allegory to the state of affairs we live in today and, possibly, in the future. Sold by Amazon as an e-book or a paperback worldwide. What if an evil force transfo... more
  • Assassin Avenged

    by Shana Vernon
  • The Assassin's Daughter

    by Shana Vernon
    Lenna has been hiding from the Guild since she was born. If they knew about her magic her life would be forfeit. She must brave the possibility of discovery by entering the Guild under the guise of a human recruit after her father goes missing. She realizes she's bitten off more than she can chew when she sees her new instructor is the same guy she met a few months before. It doesn't seem like Cade recognizes her without her disguise, but if he does and blows the whistle, she's as good ... more

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