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  • The Juju Girl

    by Nikki Marsh
    When the Great Storm of 1893 evicts 15-year-old Gabbie from her home near the banks of the Mississippi, it thrusts her into the world of New Orleans’ Creole high society. It's a world of debutants, extravagant balls, and handsome young men in uniforms. Steeped in superstition, mystery, and magic, the city counts conjurers, holy men, and practitioners of dark spiritual arts among its most honored denizens. When Gabbie learns she has a paranormal Gift, she doesn’t want it. But mysterious and dan... more
  • Intimate Recreation

    by Wes Payton
    Intimate Recreation is a follow-up to Lead Tears, whose title is also a homograph. This is an origin story of sorts for a character named God, who prefers the inferior beings he studies on the planet below to his fellow denizens of an ancient space station that orbits above. Intimate Recreation explores issues of cultural purpose and ontology, as well as offers a unique sense of humor. Every old God must have been young once.
  • Liquid Cool: The Cyberpunk Detective Series

    by Austin Dragon
    Liquid Cool is the action-packed (and funny) debut sci-fi detective novel! It’s cyberpunk reimagined—science fiction meets the detective thriller in an ever-rainy world of colossal skyscrapers. Hovercars fly above in the dark, bustling skies and gray people walk below on the grimy, flashy streets of this “neon jungle.” Metropolis isn’t a bad place, but it isn’t a good one either. Uber-governments and megacorporations fight for control of the city, but so does crime. This story continues…and ... more
  • Where Will I Make My Nest?

    by David Hutchison
    Seordag is a metal hen with a TV set body. On her quest to find a place to make her nest, Seordag encounters a helpful seagull, a cow-fiddle, an accordion sheep, a talking cement mixer and Marlene, the hardy crofter. Seordags’ new friends help her to make a fabulous hen house where she lays three eggs. They hatch into mobile phone chicks and they have a grand ceilidh.
  • Nostalgia Is Heartless

    by Sarah Lahey
    Earth, 2050. Pregnant, unemployed, and living back home with her father, climate scientist Quinn Buyers wonders how she got to this point in her life. Her famous scientist mother is mysteriously missing, the planet is at risk from a massive solar storm, the Transhumans want to take a colony to Titan, and her assisted living companion, a robotic meerkat, is showing clear signs of anxiety and depression. But her biggest challenge is her partner. How can she reconcile her long-distance relationship... more
  • Dubious Heroes

    by Nicholas Blue
    Orel Doon works for a large shipping conglomerate based on Luna, where he’s lived his entire life. Suffering from a terminal case of boredom, he heads out to Saturn, and picks up his best friend from a mining operation. Together, they “borrow” one of his company’s starships, and set out to have an adventure. This turns out to be even more of an adventure than anticipated, as neither Doon nor his friend know much of anything about starships, or for that matter, much of anything outside the shippi... more
  • The Wild Court

    by E.G. Radcliff

    What perils await on the other side of the veil?

    In the seventh year of Áed's reign, night descends on the autumn festival. But a time of revelry turns into one of fiery destruction—as fae pour across the veil and the Gut becomes a battlefield in an otherworldly war.

    Determined to protect his kingdom and the people he loves, Áed finds himself catapulted into a realm as unfamiliar as it is dangerous, where magic is king and wild courts vie f... more

  • The Lost Girl

    by R.M. Bingaman
    Poe awakens on a mysterious island with no memory of herself or where she came from. She discovers that there are other girls there just like her - The Lost Girls. With pirates on their tail, and a mysterious girl named Petra threatening to take them out one by one, Poe becomes desperate to regain her memories so they can all get back home. But once she begins to remember, she wishes she could forget all over again.
  • War Bunny

    by Christopher St. John
    War Bunny is set four hundred years in the future, after humanity has died out and only animals remain. Each species has developed its own culture. The protagonist is Anastasia, a yearling rabbit. She fights with her mother, the rabbit priests, and her OCD. The priests say that that the rabbits’ short lives, hounded by predators, are “good,” because that has been ordained by Yah, the rabbit god. Death is referred to as “Glorification.” Predators are called the “Blessed Ones.” Anastasia cannot... more
  • Crispy & Stan: Let the Trials Begin

    by Nate Johns
    Crispy and Stan won't let anything stand between them and their goal of becoming full-fledged Explorers in the magical land of Maloma. Not even their last test at the Apprentice Academy: The Explorer Trials! Join Crispy, a rough-and-tumble girl who is fluent in fists, and Stan, a large ferret with a voracious appetite for research, as they face the toughest tasks their Guild has to offer. In their first trial, and first official mission representing the Guild, they'll try to reverse the stinky s... more
  • Fate Weaver

    by Brian Tripp
    Every thousand years, a tower of unimaginable power appears in the mortal realm. It's said that whoever claims the throne inside will have the power to change the world in their image. This time, the tower appears at a moment when the gods find themselves locked in their own realms; their essence fading from the world. With the gods no longer in control, humanity finds themselves locked in a battle of survival with the hordes of monsters the tower has called to it. When all seems lost, three her... more
  • Stuart Duffelmeyer and the Masters of Plagues

    by Dewey Reynolds
    Mystical powers. Cosmic adventure. Universally dynamic forces. Stuart Duffelmeyer is a gifted individual who has been granted all three. He is a college student whose classmates play out a horrible prank on him. He suffered severely as a result of their malicious behavior. Stuart is a very relatable character and takes the story of being bullied to a whole new level.
  • The DeathReaper

    by Freya Daree

    Nineteen-year-old Amelie Weathers wishes she could live like a normal girl, yet each day she is reminded of what will never be. In the world of Indivix Corp, powers dictate your entire life—from your job, to how people perceive you—and with Amelie’s uniquely dangerous indiviym, she would be executed on the spot if her secret was revealed. 

    Still, it grows increasingly difficult to stay in the shadows. When she meets runaway scientist Kane Blackwell, forces beyond ... more

  • Earth's Last Ships: The Phoenix

    by Ryan Rodriguez

    Do they get sleep? Or does sleep get them? After discovering a new garden world to call home for Earth's last survivors, Commander Elsa Venla finds her work isn’t done. The colonists are exposed to an unknown contagion which steals their minds as they sleep. They grow paranoid, aggressive, animalistic. Bitey. Venla isn’t immune. She starts to suspect her own crew is complicit in corrupting the colonization effort. This contagion isn't at all what it seems. Now she must use... more

  • Cyberbrain

    by Benoit Blanchard
    In the mid-21st century, newborns in the United States are legally required to befitted with a "cyber," an electronic device that has successfully slashed crime rates by changing the thought patterns of the people who have them. In Canada, however, cybers are still illegal. Max Wilson, the first man to successfully have his cyber surgically removed, has settled in Canada, seeking a new life and joining the fight to have the law changed in the United States. With Dr. Warren Alston, who removed h... more
  • Another Time in a Vacuum

    by Roland Burisch
    Another TIME in a VACUUM… …follows the adventures of a young historian who travels back in time, illegally, to 1673 and meets up with two outstanding historical figures, Samuel Pepys (pronounced ‘peeps’) and Sir Isaac Newton, a most improbable trio. He brings them to the twenty-first century with all of the attendant issues that must ferment in such a peculiar brew. Humour, adventure, mystery, suspense, science fiction and romance all roll into one to create a casserole of whimsical entertain... more