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  • The Cure for Stars

    by NASSIM ODIN
    Al-Khidr was inside the Hall of Stars, and now he was moving inside a wormhole—a cosmic tunnel that opened up right above the Hall of Stars was spiraling down through galaxies like a coiled serpent from planet Lyra towards earth. He was unaware of the alien major General Hatathor who was also sucked into the wormhole due to his own act of charging sequence disruption. Where the wormhole was leading? None of them knew. But the one thing was sure to aliens was that the jump will now happen both in... more
  • The Adventures of Abby and Friend

    by Connor Owens

    The Adventures of Abby and Friend is perfect for fans of protagonists finding their confidence, epic battles, and powerful friendships. Abby, a lonely fourteen-year-old, has her world upheaved when a monster crashes into her bedroom late one night. His arrival awakens a voice in her head with a vision of the future: her small town burnt to ash. In her search for answers, Abby faces off against school bullies, space creatures, and the police, but what she finds is a connection and a past with ... more

  • Trailer Trash Havana

    by Junio Carols
    Most people dream of escaping the rat race, their everyday humdrum lives on the treadmill. Time is their invisible enemy. What could be more exciting than relocating abroad to your very own trailer by the sea: mortgage free, cheap living, surrounded by sun, sea, and sangria? Ah, paradise! Or is it?
  • Instinct or Learned?

    by E. Glenn Tickner
    A patient of a psychiatrist suffers recurring nightmares concerning the Oklahoma City bombing. The psychiatrist suspects that the patient is experiencing nightmares caused by another personality in his head, and this personality X is attempting to take control of the patient. The psychiatrist uses hypnosis to access X, which he does. The patient is losing his ability to fight off this personality on a daily basis. In order to eliminate X, the doctor must know more about him if possible, so the d... more
  • Pale Beasts

    by John Thrasher
    Every culture tells tales of mystical white animals. Buffalo, elephant, owl, tiger, dragon, all are symbols whose coming means change. Good, bad, never indifferent, always complete, change. In Central Park on the second longest day of the year, one of them shimmered into being with a message. You are my chosen avatar. "I . . . can't," Rambo Jefferson replied from guilt, and he knew the creature understood him. "I mustn't!" He felt certain that thoughts sent and received are complete. "You are... more
  • Iadore & Ilove

    by Mary Hammack
    Ilove She is never really happy. She always feels a little out of place, like she doesn't really belong. Why is she so different? An chance encounter leads her to a magical kingdom where she finds the answers, discovering who she truly is.
  • OldEarth Aram Encounter

    by A. K. Frailey
    Aram must lead his clan to safety, protect an innocent man, forgive his wayward wife, and challenge a curse that haunts his soul. As Aram encounters both good and evil, an alien world watches and waits for their part to play in humanity’s future hope or despair.
  • Nexus Point

    by Krista Pimpinella
    Late in the twenty-third century, teams of Time Rangers boomerang through a nexus point into historical time periods to capture “time runners,” renegade time travelers who would endanger the future by changing the past. KAI SAWYER, son of one of the founders of the Time Rangers, is a Spawn, a genetically enhanced soldier, who has never known his rear admiral father’s love...only his ambition. And as Kai rises through the ranks to become the Time Rangers’ youngest commander ever, he must constant... more
  • Pretty Deadly

    by Kelsey Josund
    Cinna would quite literally kill for the throne. She’s spent years forced to serve her wealthy cousins rather than attend society events alongside them, waiting for the chance to prove herself and exact revenge. When a ball is announced at the castle, promising to bring many powerful people to town, she seizes the opportunity to strike. She bets her best friend, a small-time thief and con-man, that she can land a greater score the night of the ball than he can. They embark on parallel heis... more
  • Thunder Peak

    by Trae Stratton
    Carved from the rugged Chiricahua Mountains, the intimidating spire, Thunder Peak, slashes the sky, haunting the southern reaches of the Arizona Territory. Staked in the darkest corner of Thunder Peak’s shadow lies the Tamm Ranch and Orchard, run by Civil War veteran Jonas Tamm. Jonas lives with his adopted daughter Casey and knows more about the mysterious history of the canyon they call home than anyone. When Casey rescues a hornless, juvenile unicorn from a bloodthirsty wolfpack, Jonas rea... more
  • Ghost Hunters: Spirit Fire

    by Susan McCauley
    Who—or what—is causing the fires in the French Quarter? A little girl? A long-dead prisoner? An evil presence calling to those beyond the grave? In this spooky, fast-paced adventure, twelve-year-old Alex and his two best friends must fight smoke, flames, and ghostly prisoners to stop whatever’s causing the blazes—before more lives are lost.
  • Borris the Cabbage-Corn Kid

    by R.C.J. Dwane
    Old-Man Sires needed help on his farm. Borris the Cabbage-Corn Kid needs a home. Together these two friends care for the farm. But when some troublesome weeds begin growing on the farm, Old-Man Sires fears he may know the cause. Borris the Cabbage-Corn Kid is a rhyming picture book following a lovable character made of magical vegetables.
  • Wicked Magic

    by Margot de Klerk
    Nathan’s been training as a vampire hunter since he could walk. Now he’s seventeen, and the final hurdle between him and graduation is his initiations. This is the worst possible time to be having doubts. But when trouble comes to town, those doubts could just be what saves Nathan’s life
  • Eternal

    by Michael D. Apperley
    Belief in good compels belief in evil, and evil is not just the absence of good. Evil is manifest. Created by God, evil has forged its own identity and is invested in a destiny of its own making. Unwittingly, evil is a lesson for mankind, our harshest teacher through the ages of our evolution. This is a small part of that long story. A good man is targeted for destruction. He survives and is viciously inducted into the hidden reality of shadow existence. Here he finds unexpected allies. Never k... more
  • Smar

    by David T. Bennett
    Something strange has again landed on Topside of the Planet Smar. The Great Council has hurriedly put a small team of “volunteers” together to seek out what it is and discover what it’s doing. Sergeant Ha’an, the reluctant leader and soul survivor of a previous expedition to encounter an object from the sky, leads his equally reluctant band of misfits on their perilous journey across Topside. On the way, they meet up with Nerak, a fearless explorer and scientist, and she joins them on their ques... more
  • A Sinister Gift

    by Jacinthe Dessureault
    When police social worker Elenora Bello becomes pregnant, her life takes a sharp turn for the bizarre when she starts having premonitions about a case assigned to her detective husband.

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