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  • Iron & Aqua (Blood, Bloom, & Water Book 3)

    by Amy McNulty

    A beguiling vampire. The besotted girl who agreed to be his champion. The ongoing battle to save not only the vampires, but also the world.

    Ember Goodwin didn’t realize that falling in love would mean sometimes transforming into a vampire—or that she’d be able to shoot fire from her hand. Though she never wanted her step-sister to be her enemy, she can’t just stand aside and let the merfolk proceed with their wicked plans. After walking amongst the undead, she kn... more

  • Alien Talk

    by William X. Adams
    Alien Talk (sci-fi, 80,000 words): Robin Taylor is an android, an artificial human, and a specialist in the origins of language. As millions of people become mute in a spreading pandemic, she discovers that language is an intelligent virus that infected early humans, ultimately enabling modern civilization. But now the virus is enraged by the false language of talking technologies, everything from "smart speakers" to talking remote controls. But Robin is an AI gadget herself. Anyone she communi... more
  • Radio Ga Ga: A Mixtape for the End of Humanity

    by Stefani Bulsara

    Pop Culture is the Opiate of the Masses!

    Come follow a mysterious, glitchy narrator who races through the universe, tasked with warning any sentient species about humanity's cautionary fail. Our narrator attempts to answer humanity's greatest philosophical questions to create a history of what led to their extinction. But our narrator can never surpass our radio waves, those careless whispers Earth has leaked into the universe, tickling any alien listeners with the absurdity of ... more

  • Roger Tarkington and the Magic Calendar: Quest for Middle School Greatness

    by I.M. Maynard
    Roger Tarkington and the Magic Calendar: Quest for Middle School Greatness is a Diary of A Wimpy Kid meets Groundhog Day middle school time travel adventure. In the story, almost 11-year-old Roger Tarkington wrestles, in real-time, with how best to use the powers of a magic calendar that he uncovers after his less than stellar start to 6th Grade. Being he’s a soon to be 11-year-old, Roger doesn’t always make the right decisions. He mostly uses his magic calendar to help him achieve what he views... more
  • THE PLANET PERFECTERS

    by Daniel W. Shegrud

    He was just a common man, a homeless, nameless drunk - until they came. They, the infinitely recombining, seemingly indestructible star creatures, promised the answer to every problem that has ever plagued mankind. They promised perfection, and they asked nothing in return. Except that it wasn't that easy. It never is. By the time the last question is answered, the last human will have died. Half the world is ecstatic, thinking they can stop asking questions before the stars come for them... more

  • The Tether

    by Julia Ash

    Ruby Spencer hasn’t slept in nine years.

    Which makes her dream-like visitor more peculiar. Liora, an alluring immortal, professes to know the source of Ruby’s unique blood: blood that saved humankind from a bioweapon; blood that enabled her to become the government’s warrior against ZOM-B.

    One of Ruby’s blood donors is the King of Darkness. And that’s not the only revelation sending shivers down her spine. With animals dwindling on Earth and his pl... more

  • For I Could Lift My Finger and Black Out the Sun (John Black Book 1)

    by Keith Soares
    My name is John Black and I'm in trouble. I used to be your typical nerd, a total weakling, letting bullies like Bobby Graden push me around. Then one day, Bobby and I got hit by a car. Somehow, the accident changed us, as if something inside us responded. It made us strong. More than strong, actually. It gave us power. That power brought us together, our shared secret creating a friendship despite our differences. Bobby and I could do things no one else could, and it was exhilarating, fu... more
  • Might & Valour: Legacy of the Kingdom

    by John Cristóbal
    Following a mysterious plague that has ravaged the land and the assassination of a sovereign political figure, the country of Atoranth now stands on the brink of collapse. Josiah Locke, noble servant to a legendary ruler finds himself at the center of this turmoil. An emboldened enemy now threatens to lay siege and capture the country’s most ancient city, Edenfield.
  • Time Is Irreverent 2: Jesus Christ, Not Again!

    by Marty Essen
    Marty Mann and Nellie Dixon are back for another irreverent, liberal, twisty, time-travel comedy! This time they have Jesus Christ, the actual guy, on their side. What would happen if a profanity-loving, gun-hating, brown-skinned Jesus time traveled to 2020 America? Find out in this hilarious sequel to the Amazon #1 Best-Seller, Time Is Irreverent. Each book in this series stands alone, and a smile-inducing prologue gets readers up-to-date.
  • Strange Visitor At Growley Farm (book 1 of Series- Adventures of Artetrim- Fantasy Land Of Talking Animals & Plants Taking Charg

    by Foodsniffr Publisher
    It is life as usual on planet Earth, as the animals graze in the pastures. Just then a strange being whooshes onto this planet: a being that is full of light and energy. What follows is a magical tale of suffering, empowerment and camaraderie among the creatures of this planet as they are helped towards a joyful existence by the Light-Being Artetrim. This is a beautiful story of animal intelligence and sentience, of fantasy lands, and a daring animal rescue.
  • The Test: First Encounter (First Encounter Book 1)

    by Zach David

    Content living his life sheltered from the outside world, Ethan needs nothing but his video games, music, and internet to keep him happy. Yet when everyone in the world is suddenly frozen, he wonders if he’s being tested. Determined to find answers, Ethan embarks on a journey to figure out what is going on—and why. But as those answers arise, so do more questions—questions that rattle his life and understanding of everything. The line separating black from white diminish whe... more

  • DART

    by Dale Renton

    From the plasteel towers of New Hope to the mist-shrouded jungle of the Core, from the dizzy heights of Mons Drop to the horror infested depths of the deadfalls, Darthanil 'Dart' Black faces enemies at every turn. He has to find a way to end the three hundred years war between Formers and Sylth--and prevent a group of super intelligent machines from taking over the planet while he's at it. Not too tough an assignment for the undefeated First Blade of Sylas’s World--but there... more

  • B017TMALQY

    by J. A. Stubbs
    A witch bakes gingerbread men to serve as her workforce in a mine. Some of these cookies are unhappy with their lot and plot against her. Most of the gingerbread men no nothing about the plot. Through an unfortunate accident, one unsuspecting gingerbread man captures the focus of her ire. To survive, he must escape the witch, her servants, and her mine. But along the way he must also also learn to wield a magic token he's found.
  • Canopus and Keel - The Hive. (The Limbo Prophecy Book 1)

    by Stephen Jarrett
    The first book in the breathtaking Supernatural Thriller fantasy series about an FBI agent’s quest to avenge her Father’s soul. In 1997, FBI agents Samuel Keel and Jon Canopus battled an ancient creature that resulted in the death of Samuel. Now, twenty years later, Samuel’s daughter, special agent and dabbler in the paranormal, Carina Keel has discovered that the creature has returned and is feeding off the residents of Bonners Ferry. Carina Keel and Jon Canopus want revenge. But wit... more
  • Perfection

    by Daniel Paul
    Perfection is at once an epic gay love story and a cautionary, suspenseful tale of international intrigue and artificial intelligence technology run amok. Gay American ex-pat Mark Pappas is building an already exciting new life in exotic Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, when he lands a spot in an experimental AI program run by a top secret division of an international tech conglomerate. He takes delivery of his new synthetic companion Joe, and trepidation turns to fascination and then obsession as techn... more
  • Burden of Truth: Sequel to After the Green Withered

    by Kristin Ward
    Sequel to the 2018 Best Indie Book Award Winner in Young Adult Fiction and a terrifying vision of a possible future. A choice is made, both irrevocable and dangerous. Joining the resistance was the first step. The ones that follow are infinitely harder. Enora Byrnes leaves the control of the DMC and joins a band of rebels living on the fringes of society. Now she will come face to face with the harshness of a community struggling to survive in a world controlled by those who will stop at n... more

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