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  • Ameekial: Abomination

    by S. F. Hill
    Ameekial Abomination is the first of a dark fantasy series taking place in a small town in the middle of no where. All Meeka ever wanted was to have a normal and quiet life. Along with her guardian, Honor, Meeka runs Ashford Farms Few things in life give her more fulfillment than caring for her splendid animals. In spite of that, Meeka understands that something is not right. There’s underlying darkness close, and it lurks around everything she thinks she knows. That darkness starts to show when... more

    by S.A. Hogan
    There's a new reason to fear April 15th. Dr. Kevin Cousey struggles to find a purpose in life after a prankster mangled his hand with an M-80 twenty years ago—costing him his career, his family, and nearly his life—committing himself to stopping the lethal hummingbird attacks that occur at Lake Tanaka, Missouri, every April 15th at 7:15 A.M. Cousey was the only one who reported the ongoing abuse of Millie Fremont, a 13-year-old French exchange student with a passion for hummingbirds,... more
  • The Hands We're Given (Aces High, Jokers Wild Book 1)

    by O.E. Tearmann
    Aidan Headly never wanted to be the man giving orders. That's fine with the Democratic State Force base he's been assigned to command: they don't like to take orders. Nicknamed the Wildcards, they used to be the most effective base against the seven Corporations owning the former United States in a war that has lasted over half a century. Now the Wildcards are known for creative insubordination, chaos, and commanders begging to be reassigned. Aidan is their last chance. If he can pull off his ... more
  • Exordium

    by nadia benjelloun
    It’s circa 2040. The world is borne of intercontinental recession. A paroxysm of new viruses has taken over all biological and digital systems, and technology has run off its course. It came down to every man for himself. In a postapocalyptic setting, Avanzata, a country that seems to be making progressive recovery, is the home of Jason Dean, a seventeen-year-old boy who suspects that there is more to the story. From an intriguing newcomer to the disappearance of his father and the suspicious... more
  • Wings of Mercury

    by Ethan Nahté
    Aliens don't care what Earthlings say, Rock 'N' Roll is Here to Stay! The latest novella from speculative fiction author & entertainment journalist Ethan Nahté is a YA story set on Zardün, a moon in a distant galaxy, very far, far away. Drap is a typical teenage Pleisian. He's a bit of a loner and brainy with an embarrassing issue: He wears his emotions, not on his sleeve, but by the coloration of his skin -- like a living mood ring. His nerdiness and ever-changing skin tone make him an easy tar... more
  • Tales to Unravel

    by neville raper
    his is a follow up to the award winning 'Tales of the Unaccepted' Here we have double the stories and double the twists. Each story contains a dark (throbbing) vein of humour. We explore such themes as the secret of love...vinegar, How to get away with murder, What happens when you buy a ghost on Ebay, and much much more. The stories will make you think, laugh and maybe shiver. Join me, you wont be disappointed..Guaranteed !!
  • The Tenth Wish

    by Dave Zeltserman
    From acclaimed crime and horror author Dave Zeltserman (Small Crimes) comes something very different. A charming mix of fantasy and thrilling adventure. Emily Mignon recently moved to New York and finds herself frustrated romantically, professionally, and financially. When she comes into possession of a genie’s lamp, she’s tempted to wish for her biggest dream to be fulfilled, but she knows from literature that a genie’s wish can be maliciously twisted. Even the genie—who is quite handsome an... more
  • AfroMyth Volume1: A Fantasy Collection

    by JS Emuakpor
    A varied collection of distinct voices. Afrocentric Books presents twelve tales that will transport you from Regency England to Post-Apocalyptic Africa. From the lofty branches of a mythical tree to the depths of the underworld, Afromyth explores fantastical worlds through the eyes of characters of indigenous African descent. In Kenya, a man transforms into a lion, while in the antebellum United States, women transform into birds. Spring forward to the present and find a leprechaun in Alabama. A... more
  • My Fox Ate My Homework

    by David Blaze
    My name is Jonah Johnson, and I'm in the 6th grade - but please call me Joe. My whole world just got turned upside down. It's my first day at a new school and I've already got to deal with the bully. If that wasn't bad enough, there's a talking fox that keeps getting me into trouble at my new house in the country. I know it sounds crazy, but it's true! To top it all off, I've got to help save my mom's house!
  • Rose Maidelaiden: The Unofficial Tale of How the Rose Got Its Name

    Rose Maidelaiden, a talented seamstress, eager to make a change, desires to impress the towns frigid Queen Nabaroo with something new. However, everything goes wrong when Rose mistakenly throws mud in the Prince's face. Fate would take her down a road she could never dream of and restoring new life to her small town of Raboo.
  • Lincoln, Fox and the Bad Dog

    by D. Roland Hess
    Lincoln Baker can’t do magic, but he’s reverse engineered the principles behind it. When he and his friends make a few bad decisions, they end up on the hit list of some very bad, very magical people. Now, along with the tech he’s built and a mysterious entity that seems to be following him, Lincoln needs to stay alive long enough to figure out what’s going on, take the fight to the people who are really in charge, and maybe enforce some order on the encroaching chaos. Computer systems based on ... more
  • Time Changes Everything

    by Jane Craig Sebok

    Tired of being bullied, smart but shy high-school senior Caitlin vows to become popular before leaving Piney Ridge High School forever. Befriended by head cheerleader Evie, she gets introduced to the cool crowd and even gets a date with the football team captain. Then everything backfires. When Caitlin attempts to run away from her life, the mysterious Mr. G sends her back to the 1970’s. a time when there were no cell phones, no internet, and no iTunes. It’s the 1970s, she is a so... more

  • Bridge of Destiny

    by Gena Ervin
    On the day of her fifteenth birthday, Cricket Mohs follows a white wolf under an old bridge and is transported into another world. She learns that she is their priestess, a woman of powerful magic who will save their world, because of course she is. With her on this journey of regeneration are her sworn protectors, and boy are they sexy hot. Shortly after her arrival, she forms a magical bond with them that makes it extremely difficult for her to resist them and also for them to resist her. Sure... more
  • Infinities Bloodline Advent

    by Kelsey McManis
    In this first part of their journey, Elizaveth and Dean travel through time to protect peace and freedom. Elizaveth must choose between her family and the peace of all of time to come. The whole series will work to up to the final war and the coming of Jesus Christ.
  • A Walk in the Park, With Monsters (Lincoln, Fox and the Bad Dog Book 2)

    by D. Roland Hess
    Magic makes murder super easy and nearly undetectable, so how can the world's most paranoid and powerful magic users ever get together to agree on anything? They convene in Pittsburgh, where the environmental iron left over from the city's dark days makes using magic next to impossible. It's up to Lincoln Baker and friends to protect them from the increasingly nasty creatures that keep popping into existence, while trying not to piss off the Praecants who are about this close to turning everyone... more
  • The Invading (M.R. Book 1)

    by Sean Crastien
    The Duglan assassins are attempting to push out the invading Rupqerians from their country. However, the only thing they know about their enemy is his name: MR.