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  • The School Under the Mountain: A Maplecrest Story

    by Dillon Morin
    Three stories come together at a magic school hidden in rural Canada. An energetic exchange student befriends her shy classmate. A centuries old vampire adopts an orphan girl. A teenage witch's magical experiments are interrupted when her classmate, a flirtatious bard, takes an unexpected interest in her.
  • Ruthless Magic (Conspiracy of Magic Book 1)

    by Megan Crewe
    Teen mages from opposite sides of the tracks, Rocío and Finn must enter a series of trials to earn the right to keep their magic. But as they become unlikely allies—and possibly more—they discover the Mages' Exam holds secrets more horrifying than they could have imagined. How much are they willing to sacrifice to win?
  • Fire Born

    by D. M. Raver
    A dark and magical tale of a renegade dragon bent on revenge... Flight Moon is being hunted. Bleeding and exhausted, Flight Moon knows Shirr will eventually catch up to her. She's saved just enough strength for one last fight. She was once the prized dragon of Gorusk. Swift and fearless, she oversaw Shirr's army with deadly beauty. But a dragon is never subservient to a human, even if he is the banished king of the Black Waste. Over the human kingdom of Arnith, Flight Moon accidentall... more
  • The Waking Worlds (Book 1) - A Clatter of Chains

    by A. Van Wyck

    Marco is just another child acolyte in Helia’s Temple, looking forward to the peaceful, scholarly life he would not otherwise have had. He has no idea yet of the political truths of his tiny world or of the violent, expansionist nature of the Empire. Nor does he suspect the deeper secret of his origins, blanked from his mind by his mentor. His innocence and ignorance come under assault when the tide of Imperial ambition drags him along on a diplomatic mission.

    Jiminy is the most f... more

  • Malika - Warrior Queen Part Two

    by Roye Okupe
    Set in fifteenth-century West Africa, Malika (Pronounced "Ma-LIE-kah"): Warrior Queen follows the exploits of queen and military commander Malika, who struggles to keep the peace in her ever-expanding empire. In part two of the hit graphic novel series, Malika uncovers a painful betrayal by one of the people closest to her. The treachery unnerves a usually stoic and composed Malika, allowing her enemies, both known and unknown, internal as well as external, to encircle her, positioning themselve... more
  • The Bone Grove

    by Monday Tieger
    The small town of Tulina is rocked by a series of gruesome murders. Two hunters are hired in desperation once it's discovered the culprit is a vampire. Nadie, an experienced adventurer and a professionally trained but untested monster hunter named Renald must search for clues to find and stop the vampire before it strikes again. Tulina and the ancient forest that surrounds it are full of mysteries, but the secrets the two hunters keep from each other may prove even more dangerous.
  • Shadow People

    by Josette Weiss
    Maribele has suffered from night terrors every night for years, but with psychic, Ramona's help she discovers she is a medium, capable of speaking with the dearly departed. Now with the help of a retired policeman, she attempts to solve crimes and fight the lower ranking demons, she calls the Shadow People.
  • Labors of an Epic Punk

    by Mark and Sheri Dursin
    LABORS OF AN EPIC PUNK is a young adult fantasy novel set in the time of Greek mythology, right after the Trojan War.  It is the story of a sixteen-year-old rebellious loner named Mac (short for Telemachus), who has to undertake a series of missions, not only to keep from getting expelled from school, but to march out of the oppressive shadow of his famous father, Odysseus. Think Clash of the Titans meets The Breakfast Club.
  • The Patchwork Prince (Book 1) - Stumbling Stoned

    by A Van Wyck
    State-sponsored drugs in the megaton range. More rice pudding than I could shake a spork at. And a little padded terrarium of my very own. If you’d told me yesterday that, come morning, I’d be hunted by the police, the mob, the supernatural (and a cat), I’d have laughed in your face. Granted, I’d have laughed in your face regardless (Clozapine gives me the giggles). Then I’d have gone looking for your flying DeLorean in the nuthouse parking lot. An epic misadventure involving drugs, sorcer... more
  • The Princess & The Gargoyle

    by Mireille Pavane

    On the morning of the wedding of Princess Beatrice of the kingdom of Trasimene to the south of the brooding shadow of the Black Mountain, news was brought to the royal court that the feared one-eyed beast had broken free of his imprisonment and was rampaging through the land towards Trasimene. The beast was coming for Princess Beatrice, it was said, to avenge the loss of his right eye and the jewel she had stolen three years ago from the lair of the beasts in the Black Mountain.

    But not... more

  • Anthology of Evil II

    by JZ Murdock

    Seeking publisher, Literary Manager.

    Sequel to Anthology of Evil (2012).

    A collection of JZ Murdock's newer published and unpublished short horror and sci fi fiction including one novella, The Unwritten. Some stories were previously published in a magazine or anthologies with other authors.

  • Death of heaven

    by JZ Murdock

    2014 2nd Edition
    A horrific childhood event. Two broken boys struggle to grow up. One to achieves great and covert things for our country, things that nearly destroy him. The other continues his struggle through adulthood. Finally they come back together to help one another, one more than the other. And then things take a staggering turn into the dark and unbelievable.. Into a massive and macabre reality that questions literally everyone's reality. A reality that will soon enshroud t... more

  • Prophecy of Thol

    by Dawn Greenfield Ireland
    Recurring nightmares haunted D’laine Jackson when she woke from an eight-month coma following a tragic accident. Four images were branded in her head: a dark-haired, handsome princely young man, a fierce reptilian monster, a white furry creature whose red eyes implored her with some unspoken message, and an ominous black robot. Now, five years later, D’laine was getting ready to go off to college. During one last shopping trip with her father and brothers for dorm supplies, a blanket of fog ... more
  • The Last Dog

    by Dawn Greenfield Ireland
    After the Unified World Pact of 2045, people lived in a state of peace and prosperity previously unknown in human history. The World Guild, a new global government, managed all the needs of humanity and the animals it loved. Then in 2086, a security breach of Xavier Labs in Colorado and Zheng Industries in China released the deadly experimental agent XSKL435. Anyone outside was dead within minutes. As statistics on the death toll are gathered from all over the world, Abby, the six-week ol... more
  • The 1st Gunman

    by Don Harvey
    As the leader of the Gunman?s Element, Joshua is always ready to defend humanity. The Sooul were being harvested and were about to become extinct. Joshua has his mission, and the Sooul will survive if he has his say.
  • From Earth to Umbria

    by Patricia Howell
    Scientists from every inhabited planet have predicted that the Earth?s sun would one day become a supernova and destroy everything within millions of miles. Jarod Dask is the leader of the planet Umbria, located fifty light-years from Earth. When the Umbrian scientists inform Jarod that this cataclysmic event will take place in the near future, he volunteers to develop a mission to rescue the doomed earthlings and bring them to Umbria to form a new civilization. How will this happen, and who wil... more

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