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  • The Gloaming, Rise of the Stealth Vampire Elder

    by ML Worthingham
    In the aftermath of the mass slaughter of vampires in eighteenth century Europe, Valentin tries to keep the fragile covenant not to kill mortals intact through a strategy of abundance. Working from the shadows as vampires, elders rule the three nests of modern day Amsterdam. Valentin attempts to manage the finances of the continental vampires while mentoring the newly turned American, Steve. After dealing with a vampire hunter in Amsterdam, Valentin, Karolina, and Steve travel to the primal v... more
  • The Nightmare At Oak Valley

    by Alexander Petev
    Oak Valley is a small picturesque village nestled in the heart of the Balkan Mountains, during 19th Century Bulgaria, where nothing out of the ordinary ever happens to its inhabitants. That is until one day the bored and ever curious Lazar stumbles upon a dusty old book and accidentally awakens a cosmic horror, older than this world. Now facing a godlike monster who can summon hordes of twisted beasts, intent on killing anything they see, four ordinary villagers find the courage within themselv... more
  • Dark of Winter

    by Christopher Percy
    The people of Sumner are odd. Their village, far to the north where the weather is worst, is lost to a world of snow and ice and freezing death. No one trusts Sumner. No one goes there. Until now. King Fialsun’s soldiers are battle weary. They have spent years carving an empire that starts from the south and rises up like an inexorable branch, twisting east and west and now to new territories in the north. Despite growing dissent, Fialsun’s power remains absolute and his might infinite.... more
  • The Quantum Cop

    by Lesley L. Smith
    When physics professor Madison Martin is smashed by a car, her quantum expertise and survival instinct combine to cause a paradigm shift enabling her to rewrite reality and save her life. She's freaked about what happened but, luckily, the hot physicist from the office next door volunteers to help her do experiments to decipher what the hell just happened. And as their chemistry sizzles she's ready for some experiments of a more biological nature. Unbeknownst to Madison her smartest student, Lu... more
  • Don't Go Mango Picking (Scary Island Series) (Volume 1)

    by D.H. Gibbs
    An ordinary day turns into an unexpected adventure. When Sandy and Deanna are lured into mango picking they discover that sometimes everything is not as it seems. With mischief and mayhem, the girls soon learn that there can be many dangers to breaking the rules. This story set in the olden days of the Caribbean will be sure to entertain any adventurous young reader.
  • Atom 2020

    by Brittany Weekley
    In 2020, Atom was the first robot created to work with humans. After the backlash of his presentation to the public, Atom was removed, Now, the year is 2030. Robots live and work amongst humans. After a teenage boy named Jax moves to Rise, Ohio with his family and attends a prestigious academy with a robotics program, secrets surrounding the robots start to unravel…
  • The Returno to the Inferno

    by Lewis Goldstein (aka Luigi Enrico Pietra d'Oro)
    Most everything we believe about Hell was written 700 years ago, by Dante in his INFERNO. An update is long overdue! (2020 is the 700th Anniversary of Dante’s Divine Comedy.) Like Dante, Luigi is lost (in LA). and Robin Williams, from the Circle of Comedians, guides Luigi through our self-created hells, not a place set apart by some god to punish sinners. Our heroes receive the verdicts of the Rachel Carson Sphinx and the last descendant of the Garden’s original serpent that, having taken ... more
  • The Atlantis Twins

    by M.S. Kaminsky
    Seventeen-year-old Alysa Grey is certain her lost twin sister is still alive even though Hawaii Search and Rescue gave up years ago. Meanwhile, Alysa’s bizarre ability to heal herself seems more curse than blessing. When she meets Nate, a handsome surfer, he presents the opportunity for pre-summer escape. Alysa convinces her best friend to sneak away to Hina where Nate lives with a mysterious group called The Ocean Alliance. But Nate is not what he seems and Alysa ends up on a dangerous voya... more
  • A Pink Zombie, with a Mist (Shaken, Not Stirred, Mystery/Horror Series Book 1)

    by Jada Ryker
    Anthropologist Olivia West is determined to find her missing best friend. As children, she and Emma Martin wandered into Heaven's Bottom, an isolated Kentucky community cut off by the Ohio River and mountainous terrain. The two women share strange memories of the traumatic experience. Emma is convinced they witnessed a blood sacrifice and moon magic, surrounded by zombies. As a scientist, Olivia believes there's a logical explanation. ... more
  • In the Beginning

    by BCE
    The origins of Judeo-Christian religion and mythology come together in this mature science fiction page-turner. To combat overpopulation on the planet Orion, the government releases a birth control virus to keep women from becoming pregnant. Only the brightest and most attractive of their species are allowed to mate. But the virus rages out of control, killing both mother and child. Attempts to develop a cure fail. They only have one option left: search other worlds for advanced societies tha... more
  • The Dragon and the Double-Edged Sword

    by Allison Ivy
    Lysandra, mermaid princess of the sea, loves all things human. It’s why she can’t resist helping a dragon who claims to be one. Sixteenth-century Duke Virginio Ormani II is cursed to walk as a dragon in daylight, and he’s stumbled into the twenty-sixth century. Dragging her elven warrior boyfriend, Cyali, along for the ride, Lysandra and her friends will face conjurers, harpies, and overgrown rats on their journey across the western lands. And that’s the least of their worries... more
  • Let There Be War: In the Beginning

    by Samantha Eklund
    As we rang in the New Year, terrifying things rose from the darkness... things driven to eat human flesh for a reason more ghastly than a mere disease. Now, my best friend Mel and I have to figure out our survival. Thankfully we’ve found a group to stick with. They’re training us to be soldiers, but they’re also guarding a dark secret. I’m starting to wonder... are our survival chances better with the monsters out on the streets, or the ones within this camp?
  • Happy End is Put on Ice: Spark the Stone Man

    by Asya Pekurovskaya
    The action develops on the impregnable Granite Mountain, where our hero, Spark, lives, and in the flowering Lemon Drop Valley, where the daughter of the King of the Granite Mountain, Stella, finds herself turned into Yushka by the evil dwarf Zhabrey. Like Pigmalion, Spark sculpts the Princess, falls in love with her, and breathes life into her. In his dream the Princess drags him into a dance and disappears behind the Coral Stone. Spark throws a dress that he made of lapis lazuli to her fo... more
  • A Fistful of Honey

    by Malena Crawford
    Money. Love. Family. When it all falls away and she’s left with nothing, one woman must find the strength to fight her demons… so she can save the world. Alena Ford has a great job, a beautiful home, and a rich, powerful husband. When she loses it all she faces a nightmare worse than her horrible childhood. Fired from her job, she leaves her Manhattan penthouse for a decrepit apartment in a gritty section of Brooklyn. Stripped of everything, she is forced to face the demons of her past and th... more
  • Retrograde

    by Chad Prevost
    BOOK 1 from the UBU Experience for Youth (ages 10 and up) It’s 2084, and you’ve spent about half your life solving virtual problems in the worlds of Alpha Q. You’re good at solving problems. You’re getting close to doing something no one believes anyone would ever do, and that’s cracking Mythic Mayhem’s famous code. Mythic Mayhem was—you could say “is”—the brilliant but disturbed founder of The Alpha Q Project, and creator of the infamous game you’re playing now, Back to the Forever Future. T... more
  • The Happy End is Put on Ice

    by Asya Pekurovskaya
    The action develops on the impregnable Granite Mountain, where our hero, Spark, lives, and in the flowering Lemon Drop Valley, where the daughter of the King of the Granite Mountain, Stella, finds herself turned into Yushka by the evil dwarf Zhabrey. \tLike Pigmalion, Spark sculpts the Princess, falls in love with her, and breathes life into her. In his dream the Princess drags him into a dance and disappears behind the Coral Stone. Spark throws a dress that he made of lapis lazuli to her foot... more

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