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  • EN: A Girl Energy-Bending between Worlds (The Girl, the Pendant & the Portal Book 1)

    by Michelle Reynoso
    STRANGER THINGS meets THE LAST AIRBENDER in this urban fantasy about a teen girl discovering her own power to save two worlds. Faith McDaniels is smart, but defiant. A loner in a new high school, she openly rebels against a world that took her mother. When Faith unexpectedly discovers the secret symbiotic world of Enlitra, it looks like the universe still has a surprise or two. But her newfound abil... more
  • Billy Chan and the Clash of the Bungolins

    by D.Z. Mah

    Bungolins have appeared in Wyoming and are chasing bison. But wait! They’ve also appeared in Florida and are terrorizing alligators. Two warring factions are here in our world, and I need to do something fast.

    But where should I go? Who should I help?

    This is where you come in. I need you to help me choose what I should do. No matter what you decide, things are sure to be interesting. There are four ways this can end; see if you can read them all!

  • Song of the Vampire

    by K. M. McFarland

    In 1989, successful rock star Quinn Forrester’s life turned upside down the night he was ripped from the mortal world and transformed into a vampire. Ageless, immortal, and forced to live in secret, he mysteriously disappeared, leaving behind his wife and baby daughter, Nadia. Eighteen years later, his now grown-up daughter, Nadia Forrester, is playing a deadly game with alcohol, promiscuity, and an abusive relationship. Their lives change drastically when their worlds collide the night... more

  • Billy Chan Goes to the World of the Felidavians

    by D.Z. Mah

    Normally I get my missions from the CIA, when my parents let me. Today, though, the elusive billionaire and exotic chimera collector, Mr. Roahr, has paid me a visit. He and his foster daughter, Cassie, need my help.

    Cassie hasn't heard from her family in weeks, and she can't get home unless I use my powers to take her there. This is my biggest, scariest adventure yet! I'm going to a world of felidavians (great big flying cats) and I'm with Cassie. We all know how unpredi... more

  • The Seven Strings

    by Sarah Morin

    To free her innocent sister from Traitor’s Prison , sixteen-year-old Eva must free herself—her true self—by taking back her soul. 

    In a kingdom where anything sacred or spiritual is banned by law, Eva, the daughter of freedom fighters, accidentally exposes her family as Traitors when she’s caught meditating. For her crime, her parents are put to death. Seeking redemption for her carelessness, even while trapped in a prison camp, Eva struggles to find her twi... more

  • Nanagin

    by Hayley Kilgour
    If only they had known… Aron might have acted sooner. Kade might have acted different… though probably not. Jared might have let Keegan go her own way. Had Keegan known that Arciol, a world filled with magic and adventure, existed in parallel to her own, she would have given anything to go there. Instead, she wakes up a prisoner of the realm’s tyrannical king with the weight of the world on her shoulders. If only they had known.
  • The First of The Bitter Suites: Year One Edition

    by B.C. Battle
    In Earth's alternate timeline, Aleksander Sevik chooses to run away from Earth when his grandfather dies of cancer. Joining a Russian Space Program, he leaves with his friends and enters the cosmos, only to become separated from them when the station is attacked by aliens. The First of The Bitter Suites gives an account of Alek and his attempt to find his friends again. Stuck between the moon and Earth, he discovers that there is more to history than what the world had thought. As self-proclaime... more
  • Owl Manor - the Dawning

    by Zita Harrison
    A tale of unspeakable murder, a doomed alliance, and retribution from the beyond Sometimes the tide sweeps us into a fog where dark forces are at work…suddenly good and evil become blurred. Powerless and defenseless, we swim toward it, and wonder if we’re going mad. Eva is born in the wrong era. In 1800s America, women are required to obey their husbands without question and to submit to their presumed superiority. But Eva wants more. Willful and ambitious, she considers herself equal to men... more
  • Cycles of the Phoenix: The Whole Interlaced Souls Series

    by C.A. Nicholas
    C.A. Nicholas's magnum opus symphony is about to begin and he's reserved a seat for you. So come on in and I'll lead you to your place of honour as the house lights dim. Yes, your spot is beside the maestro as he teleports you and he through various worlds to befriend diverse souls who'll reveal the beauty of your life through their stories.
  • The Apprentice Storyteller

    by Astrid V.J.
    The Alchemist meets fantasy with a splash of space opera. Viola Alerion, a renowned storyteller in the Haldrian Empire, wants to be left in peace. For years, she’s been hounded by her past, never to find a moment’s rest. Then she meets a boy who wants to become her apprentice. He refuses to take no for an answer, and she reluctantly yields, even though she knows taking him with her could endanger his life. As their journey progresses, Viola begins to understand she’s not the only teacher in ... more
  • Owl Manor - Abigail

    by Zita Harrison
    14 years ago, Owl Manor trembled with echoes of madness, mysterious deaths and marauding owls. In 1870, Abigail fled the horror of Owl Manor with her fiancé, Peter. But she carried with her the terrible notion that she is unworthy of love, instilled by her reluctant mother. If her own mother could not love her, how would anyone else? She trusts no one and keeps herself buried in a crypt of churning emotions, away from the world. Deep inside, her soul screams at the thought of dying alone a... more
  • Maiden Hills

    by N. L. Estrada
    In the 15th century in the kingdom of Yorkford, 12-year-old Princess Juliana learns her dying mother’s secret—that she is a descendant of magic practicing people, called Majians, massacred twenty-two years ago in Maiden Hills, and she begs her to help save the survivors. Juliana writes off her mother’s story as the delusional words of a dying woman and doesn’t think about them again—until six years later. After Juliana’s 18th birthday, she enters into an arranged marriage with Prince Edmund, h... more
  • The Coney Island Book of the Dead

    by Sheila Martin
    The thrills start in Coney Island, 1957, the evening of Memorial Day, the first night of summer. Brooklyn, a spunky eleven-year-old girl, and her anorexic mother are standing on the boardwalk in the glow of the crimson neon sign of Brooklyn’s gangster uncle’s bar. The ceiling spotlight is cutting a shining cone through the darkly curling smoke revealing Lenny, a rat-pack crooner, seated at the piano playing and singing One for My Baby. He turns toward Brooklyn and gives her an electrifying look ... more
  • A Soul's Journey

    by Michele Hinton and Christopher Novander
    A Soul’s Journey is the fantastical story of one good Soul’s struggle making it’s way through the Soul Lines. There are a lot of “what ifs” in the world. It is believed that all creatures on Earth have a Soul. So, what if a Soul existed in a world of its own before being paired with the creatures of Earth? There are choices to be made and rules to follow, and just like the people of Earth, if rules are broken, unintentionally or not, there are consequences that follow, judgments to be rendered a... more
  • Unknown Realms: A Fiction-Atlas Press Anthology

    by K.A. Wiggins

    Discover new and uncharted worlds as the authors of Unknown Realms weave ten tales of mystic portals, space exploration, time travel, alternate dimensions, and undiscovered landscapes.

    With contributions from:

    • USA Today Bestselling Author C.L. Cannon
    • K.A. Wiggins
    • Kate Reedwood
    • Chris Heinicke
    • K. Matt
    • Melissa E. Beckwith
    • C.A. King
    • Devorah Fox
    • Trish Beninato
    • Erin Casey
    • Mackenzie Floh... more
  • The Devil You Know: A Fiction-Atlas Press Anti Hero Anthology

    by K.A. Wiggins

    These heroes might not be angels, but you know what they say—it's always better to trust the devil you know . . .

    Looking for a typical hero tale? Keep looking. These twelve tales explore the grittier side of what it means to make life's hardest choices and let your reputation pay the price.

    From back-alleys and ancient cities to graveyards and castle walls, these trouble-makers are out for themselves—or are they?

    Fiction-Atlas Press is ... more

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