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  • Science Meet God

    by Tabitha Womack
    It's the year 2063. A new world order has been established. It is a society where technology and humanity are symbiotic. A pretty amnesiac soldier, a street kid, an Indian chief, a tomboy mechanic and a Pastor make up a motley crew of broken souls. Scripture, semi-precious stones, scientific jargon, angels, demons, a pastor, a necklace, a journal and a broken soldier…. It's a puzzle they had better figure out. Because demons are real and hell is coming.
  • Denny Daydreamer and the Food Forest Treasure

    by Zachary Young
    Head on the ultimate treasure quest with Denny Daydreamer, a boy who brings to life his love of food, animals, and rides in this thrilling fun-filled adventure! Get ready to swing from a pizza tree and slide down an ice cream mountain with Denny in this read-aloud story. Children and parents alike will be immersed from beginning to end as they follow Denny through his tasty zany dream world of imagination.
  • A LONG STORY SHORT (a collection of thrillers)

    by Christopher Renna
    From the author of suspense/horror novels DARKNESS ON THE HORIZON and THE BUTTERFLY HOUSE. A collection of six short thrillers. These stories are tales of fear, wonder, the unknown, and revenge. A man and his dog encounter a dangerous, unknown creature. Two young teen boys welcome the new resident to the neighborhood with a prank. A teen girl accompanies her grandmother on a late night stroll. A man walking home has a run-in with a creepy stranger. A discarded Halloween decoration is more th... more
  • Marshmallows over Manhattan

    by William Weger

    After suffering disappointment, an ingenious boy from Manhattan takes a train to a wondrous world and embarks on a quest in this debut middle-grade fantasy novel.

    "Somewhat reminiscent of classics The Phantom Tollbooth and The Magic Pudding, William Weger has certainly weaved a busy tale with many characters for readers to meet along the way. Each character is purposeful, creates interest, and provides insight to Hugo’s voyage. Weger is highly imaginative an... more

  • Intrigue: Braindust for Earth, Moon and Mars

    by E I Schadeberg
    When he was at university, just a few years ago, Laszlo Goran had no shortage of affairs with women there. Now all he wants is to have Audrey for himself. But it is impossible. She belongs to the most powerful man on Earth, Jordan Rathbone—Jor, as the population refers to its beloved leader. Even though Laszlo is the best neurosurgeon in the world and arguably the most popular individual, his lust for Audrey and power consumes him like a cancer. He orchestrates rebellion among the population, en... more
  • Convergence: Towards Immortality

    by Anthony Carilla
    What if there was no further need for faith how would that impact and change the world? What if science was able to unravel the secret to immortality and the composition of the soul how would that affect humanity? It is the year 2038 and the World has entered a period of great scientific discovery and achievement. It is also a time of upheaval and uncertainty where old ways, systems and cultures are challenged by new norms, new social structures and new threats. Convergence is the story of a num... more
  • The Sickness

    by Yazarah
    Hiro Sheuri is a man surrounded by demons on all fronts: his cruel past, the vampire spirit possessing him and the Jinns he lives amongst. Hiro’s job was to keep their world hidden, until he takes in two human survivors whose lives were ravaged by monsters. The creatures of the Second world are being infected by a sickness that is driving them insane, attacking without purpose or reason. Including his greatest enemy: the A’richeils. Once beautiful, alluring beings that grant wishes in exchange f... more
  • Anchor Moon

    by Amy Walker
    The main character Rupel is quite like any other child, longing for magical adventures outside of the world of ordinary. One stormy night he voyages on the most exciting journey as Captain Screye needs Rupel’s help in sailing to the moon to hide his treasure from the pirates. As Rupel flies over the roof tops and in to space, he looks back at the world, amazed at its beauty in lights. Rupel meets his new best friend Ronnie the Robot and they embark on lots of fun on the moon. Rupel discovers h... more
  • The 7th Paradox book one: The Doorway of Fear.

    by Levy Stephen
    Every time someone travels backward in time they always screw something up. Josiah Jenkins just happens to be the person responsible for repairing any contradictions that time travel might’ve caused. Out of all the paradoxes that he ever fixed the 7th one happens to be the paradox that’s closest to his heart. But only because it happened in the very city he was born and died in. Jason Michaels was only a child the day Josiah met his end. He’s all grown up now and he’s a famous game designer ... more
  • The Adventures of Theo's Star

    by Matthieu Silberstein
    To fulfill his destiny, a young star travels the Solar System to help a little boy cope with a childhood tragedy.
  • Sailing on the Tides of Burning Sand

    by Michael Darling
    Ghosts. Monsters. Harry Houdini meets Charles Dickens in Outer Space. * A man and woman, apparent strangers, sail over a surreal desert landscape on their way to a dangerous and uncertain destiny * Tiny predators who live in the wall and feed on memories prove without a doubt that you are what you read. * A little boy defies the curse of a mummified Indian princess, prepared to halt the emergence of an ancient god, even if it costs the lives of everyone close to him. These amazing storie... more
  • Sliptime

    by Jeffrey Grode

    A teenager, his grandfather, and a resurrected robot, slip the bonds of time to save the world.

    Sixteen-year-old Ben’s confidence and family life have never been better since meeting Jack, his doppel-brother from Terra, a planet in a parallel universe.

    Ben’s grandfather, Patrick, races the clock to stop an enemy drone from opening a portal between Earth and Erde. During his quest, he rebuilds a damaged robot and unlocks the mystery of time travel. The stakes have... more

  • Lunar Tide

    by Jeffrey Grode

    A mysterious seer, Mélange, sends seventeen-year-old Flora a telepathic warning—beware the Techno-Mage. Before Flora unravels the message, Albert, her dad’s arch-nemesis, kidnaps her father on Terra. She and her brother, Zac, vow to save him. Seeking help, they travel back through time to Earth and find Ben, his girlfriend Lori, and the trusted robot Amorphous.

    During the quest, the companions are granted new powers to bend minds and the laws of science. The trail lea... more

  • Slideways

    by Jeffrey Grode

    An eventful and immersive interdimensional romp.—Kirkus Reviews

    A troubled home, a family secret, and a technological breakthrough turn a teen’s world Slideways.

    If fifteen-year-old Ben believes his life is forever shattered after his brother’s accident, he is about to be amazed. After Ben’s grandfather is mysteriously kidnapped, Ben stumbles upon his grandfather’s scientific discovery – a portal to a parallel universe and a world called Terra.<... more

  • Leo Gray and the Lunar Eclipse

    by K.J. Kruk
    Who hasn't dreamed of going to the moon? That dream for eleven-year-old Leo Gray is about to come true—but he’s in for the surprise of his life! In the year 2113, most people live in robotically maintained homes, ride around in self-flying cars, and wear ozone-resistant clothes. Most people that is; just not Leo Gray’s parents. They’re stuck in the past, and science know-it-all Leo is completely fed up with his beyond-embarrassing living arrangement with them. But when he enters a rocket-buil... more