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  • Witch Test

    by Katie L. Carroll

    Liza is sinking in a bubbling cauldron of middle school rumors. When the entire eighth grade begins studying the Salem witch trials, it seems everyone is on a witch hunt...with Liza as target number one. Worst of all, her ex-best friend is the one who started a rumor that Liza bewitched a boy with a love potion.

    As the bullying intensifies, Liza's loneliness grows. More than ever, she wishes her mother were still alive. A glimmer of hope arrives when Liza finds her mother's diar... more

  • MANDRILL P.I. Volume 1: Rook Takes The Queen

    by Christopher Brimmage
    Who stops cartoons when they turn criminal? MANDRILL P.I., that’s who! MANDRILL P.I. is a hardboiled, hard-drinking private detective, and in this tale, he must solve the case of a beast that's devouring people at night. But as he investigates, he learns the obvious suspect may not be the culprit, and a monstrous conspiracy festers behind the scenes. Will he stop it in time? Or will were-beasts unleash their vicious appetites on everyone in the city? ---- If you enjoy werewolves, ... more
  • Rough Magic

    by jeffrey gorsky
    Young adult fantasy, a contemporary sequel to Shakespeare's The Tempest. 14 year old Miranda is trapped on an island, her father bewitched. She is caught up in a struggle over control of a magic book between her ancestor, the magician Peter Prosper, and the witch Sycorax. The spirit Ariel and the monster Caliban join in the battle, as Miranda works with Prosper to battle the witch and save her father.
  • Sovereign Servants - The Sending

    by W.C. Jasper
    In a perfect world, undefiled yet by the baneful touch of man, can mankind protect and preserve the Virgin Earth's maiden glory? What or who can protect this Virgin Earth from the inevitable corruption and wickedness of mankind that is doomed to defile and disfigure this perfect world? An Epic Fantasy set in a prehistoric Earth. A time when the earth was yet undefiled. A time of which no history remains. A tale of destiny and purpose; told through scrolls of prophecy, action, emotion,... more
  • Warded

    by JB McDonald
    It came out of the jungle. It decimated the village. Somehow, Jahal escaped. Now he's risking everything to rescue other survivors with the help of the enigmatic warder, Dalak. Survivors don't matter to Dalak. One instinct drives her: kill the demon, regardless of who dies along the way. Anaye has never seen a demon; the warder has kept her tribe safe for generations. But as the warder's tenuous link to society, Anaye goes where Dalak goes – and Dalak is going with Jahal. Saving anyone,... more
  • During the Pandemic with Edward Jenner

    by Barbara ten Brink

    During the Pandemic with Edward Jenner is a work of fiction. While we know a lot of history about the life and work of Edward Jenner through his books, notebooks, publications, and letters, we know nothing about the fictional, authentic character, Robert, created by the author. Dr. ten Brink researched many topics to build a realistic setting and plausible events around the time Edward Jenner was working on the solution to the global pandemic of smallpox.

    On May 8, 1980, the 33rd World He... more

  • The Blackest Blue

    by Luna Wright
    After teenaged Kai is taken up the hill as punishment for his curiosity, eight-year-old Sy learns an ultimate, unspeakable truth: her goddess Rem is not all-powerful, and may not even be real at all. Spurred onwards by this forbidden knowledge, Sy, now twenty, joins the order of Rem as a fledgling priestess, hoping to uncover the truth about her restrictive settlement. Rem controls every aspect of life, from production of children to daily tasks, forbidding her followers from close relationsh... more
  • Rvwaa: The Rise Of Mother Goose

    by Zephyr Dorsey

    The Enlightened, who believe that government knows best what is good for its citizens, have ruled the archipelago of Rvwaa with authoritarian completeness for a full generation. But when several young rebels meet at a reconcentration camp for the perversely heretical, they begin to form a plan for freedom. Can one Elf change the world?

  • Fragile: A Novel

    by Alexa Weik von Mossner

    Set in a near-future world ravaged by climate change, FRAGILE tells the star-crossed love story between a man who’s responsible for keeping New York City alive and a radical underground activist from the wrong side of the East River.

  • Plumb Out of Time

    by Michael Biddison

    Night-time meandering along the Colorado River on a motorcycle has unexpected consequences, as Nat discovers when a bizarre accident forces him off the road and into unfamiliar territory. His confusion grows upon meeting up with a local Mojave hunting party, who look as though they belong in another century. They view him much the same way, but choose to keep him close, rather than kill him. He is resigned to stay with the Mojave while he ponders his fate, but is soon distracted after glimpsi... more

  • The Islands of Iros

    by L.M. Bracklow
    Three close friends—Luke, fearless, optimistic, outgoing; Damien, steadfast, self-contained, loyal; and Kaori, smart, strong-minded, determined—journey across the sea with the Crimson Raiders, their island’s fearless champions, to find the sorcerer’s finger, rumored to bestow unimaginable power on the one who consumes it—enough power to vanquish their island’s enemies. This fast-paced, engaging story mixes vicious pirates, seductive sirens, gruesome monsters and so much more as it weaves magic, ... more
  • The Water Tower

    by M. A. Csortos
    After thirty years of Public Punishment the New World Order has subjugated many of its citizens to abandoned water towers to die from exposure and thirst. It is a slow and agonizing death watched on live video feeds. The termination of the sitters is witnessed and wagered for entertainment and profit. But not all water towers are scrutinized. The water tower in the town of Vickeroy is mostly ignored. The sitters are placed on the dull silver dome and left to die with little notice, their bones c... more
  • Eclipso's Happy Quest: Book I: Goosed by an Iguanodon?

    by David M Taylor
    Led by the reclusive Eclipso Sunray Smith, a motley crew go searching for a surviving non-avian dinosaur. But hoaxers might be afoot, and weapons supplies are mysteriously vanishing worldwide, with more useful items left in their wake.
  • The Hawk's Flight

    by Elizabeth R. Jensen

    After twenty years of peace in the land of Etria, war has come crashing across its borders. Both Wanonia to the north and Ruschmann Blackwell to the south have waged attacks. 


    Suddenly, three young brothers find themselves thrust into the role of battlefront soldiers. Following separate paths, the three hone their skills and fight for their people. 


    The eldest brother, Borus, becomes a full-fledged swordmaster. 

    The middle brother, Ka... more

  • Co-Exist: Rise of the Zombies

    by Cyra King
    Double shifts and burnout are all in a day’s work for Nurse Megan Cole. No one’s going to die on her watch. Then a viral apocalypse kills all her patients and turns her into a sentient zombie, forcing her to re-evaluate both her life goals and dietary habits. Fast-forward a year, the city is ruled by the ruthless Salt Lake Z Council. But with her boyfriend Mike by her side, things are okay—until the Council sends Mike to infiltrate the army. When Megan discovers a mangled corpse days later, h... more
  • Please Evacuate

    by Johnny Townsend
    A gay, partygoing New Yorker unconcerned about the future or the unsustainability of capitalism is hit by a truck and thrust into a straight man’s body half a continent away. As Hunter tries to figure out what’s happening, he’s caught up in another disaster, a wildfire sweeping through a Colorado community, the flames overtaking him and several schoolchildren as they flee. When he awakens, Hunter finds himself in the body of yet another man, this time in northern Italy, a former missionary ab... more