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  • The Something In the Attic

    by B. Payton-Settles
    A young military family seeks a safe haven in Napa, California, so the father of the family can go off to WWII. When they move onto an old ranch, their daughter collides with the spirit of a girl murdered there twenty years earlier. The daughter's struggle to protect her family and convince them of the ghost's presence is the basis of this fast-paced story.
  • Exile of Fenrir: Limited Edition

    by Peter Curson
    “We were only five when the gods looked at us in fear.” Fenrir is speaking of him and his siblings. As the children of the trickster Loki, they have good reason to be feared. However, this is not the reason the gods of Asgard fear them. Fenrir, Jormungand, and Hél are some of the few shapeshifters in Norse Mythology. Fenrir has the ability to shapeshift into a great wolf and is capable of taking on even Asgard’s mighty gods. This is Fenrir’s story of his time in Asgard. His journey takes... more
  • Beast

    by Megan Crewe
    Max Weston has the world wrapped around his little finger—until a strange beast attacks his best friend, Davey, in the woods. As Davey heals, something monstrous awakens inside him. Something intent on destroying everything Max cares about. Max would do anything to save his best friend, but how much will he lose in the process? Teen Wolf meets Pretty Little Liars in this edge-of-your-seat YA supernatural thriller.
  • Return of the Convict

    by William Alan Thomas
    Don Tessier is a space cadet at Vancouver's Space Training Academy. Brain implants have enhanced his memory, and speeded up his learning processes. In another year he's to be fully telepathic, and take his place in the world-wide technocracy. Lucas, the benefactor who paid for Dom's education, is a convict who's now returned from Mars. Dom is Lucas's clone, and the brain implants provide the avenue for a mind merger which will give Lucas a second chance at life. As he struggles to preserve his a... more
  • Francesco Augustine Bernadone: A Brief History of Our Tomorrows (Love and Fear: The Future is Bucharest)

    by Stan Faryna
    Zombies, guns, machetes and permadeath in a virtual reality game might seem inconsequential to you, but the cost of failure is a reality that Francesco could not bear. If he can loot a real-world prize or something to be auctioned for real world money, then he can get his wife into an experimental cancer treatment program that uses artificially intelligent nanobots. This fast and furious LitRPG, science-fiction book packs a punch like Saitama, the One-Punch Man, while giving us haunting glimpses... more
  • Third Chronicles of Illumination

    by C. A. Pack
    Oh, no! Johanna Charette and Jackson Roth have allowed a sneaky shapeshifter to slip right through their fingers. The good news is that he’s now trapped between the layers of time and space with their Terrorian nemesis, Nero 51. The bad news is the Terrorian wants to control all the Libraries of Illumination, while the shapeshifter wants to control everything else. Who knows how long the Illumini system will remain safe? It’s taking a toll on Johanna and Jackson, who are smack in the center of e... more
  • Missing: A Mason Gray Case (Volume 1)

    by William Markham

    When private investigator and former Chicago Police detective, Mason Gray, finds a dead man in his living room, he knows his career is on the line... again. Booted from the department several years ago, his former coworkers would pounce on the opportunity to put him in the clink. To clear his name, he needs to find the real killer before the cops can pin it on him. Then he discovers that his computer has been hacked and certain files have been deleted: ones pertaining to a missing woman. He m... more

  • The Púca

    by Terri Squires
    When her friend is picked on, thirteen-year-old Marin thinks nothing of standing up to a bully who outweighs her by fifty pounds. Her twin brother Josh has ADHD and can’t resist a dare. During a family beach outing, Josh is goaded into racing against one of his swim team members. But when a riptide ensnares him and starts to sweep him out to sea, he panics and begins to drown. In a frantic effort to help her brother, Marin dives under, but a dolphin saves him instead! With the help of the in... more
  • Aldo the Dragon

    by Tania Giguere
    Aldo is an old and wise dragon that came to nest upon a rock overlooking a small village. Aldo being of great kindness sees the need of the villagers and their children. So Aldo begins caring for them and teaching the men how to become more excellent hunters. For when the cold wind sets in food will be plenty and their families will not go hungry. Aldo also teaches the women of the village how to grow their gardens in all types of weather and how to love the seed and mother earth. The childre... more
  • Uneasy Pickings

    by David Patneaude
    In this compilation of ten stories—some completely new, some mined from an earlier collection and newly told—David Patneaude explores the in-between, the spaces and places and people and remnants of people that we instinctively know (and sometimes fear) are there. Somewhere. Not far away. A predawn shadow moving through a fallow field. The chill of bigotry in a human heart. A clown whose mission transcends laughter. Two damaged individuals coming together to create something beyond whole, somet... more
  • Triangle - A Novel

    by John Clarke
    Two superpowers are in a race to recover and exploit alien technology. To compete with the rumored Russian retrieval of an alien spacecraft found deep in Siberia’s Lake Baikal, the U.S. government orders two Navy saturation divers to risk everything to help salvage a spacecraft that may not even exist. It is up to Jason Parker to make sure the divers return safely from the deepest man-dive ever, but he cannot guarantee mission success. That is up to luck, and the bravado and heroism of the Navy ... more
  • Tales of Wonder

    by Leo McBride
    Science Fantasy is the collision of science fiction and fantasy - where the impossible and the improbable come together. This is a universe of spaceships and sorcery, of mechanics and magic, where zeppelins soar through the ether and conjurers stalk dark tunnels with a ball of light in their fist. So cut loose, let slip the mooring ropes on your imagination, and join these nine authors as they set course for the horizon - and beyond. Nine tales of science. Nine tales of fantasy. Nine tales to... more
  • Tales From Alternate Earths: Eight broadcasts from parallel dimensions

    by Leo McBride
    Our world could have been so very different... Eight stories take us on a journey into how our world could have been. What if the nukes had flown that day over Cuba? What if Caesar had survived? Imagine the Tunguska meteor with a different outcome. What if there was a true story behind HG Wells' most famous tale? See the world as it might have been if China discovered the New World first. And what if all of this was never meant to be and dinosaurs ruled the Earth? Authors Jessica Holmes, D... more
  • Eightball

    by Khoti Sarque
    First contact. A banker fleeing from failure, a well-meaning carjacker and a runaway refugee girl meet on a lonely California beach and encounter a scientifically impossible object from who-knows-where. Panicked by the object and the military response to its arrival, they flee to follow their own lives. The banker gets lucky beyond belief. The carjacker gets inexplicable healing powers. The girl gets – pregnant? Trying to lead quiet private lives, they are manipulated by other more ambi... more
  • BREAKING THE HOLOCAUST (Gold & sewers)

    by a.t. berrgan
    This novel takes you to the future, the year 2050, after the fall of the dollar; after a lot of wars and famines producing new dictatorships controlling the world and specifically the United States of America. All because they possess the sources, mines of gold - which have become the 'circulating currency' in 2050. The Rhoshtalean family is one of the strongest among the dictatorships, it is formed by three brothers; who have created an empire called simply The Seven Companies. For gold was com... more
  • Huntress Found (The Timekeeper's War Book 1)

    by A. A. Chamberlynn
    Evryn’s got mad skills at playing hide and seek. She can find lost children, hack the most secure databases, pretty much anything. Except for the one thing she desires most: the knowledge of who her parents are, why they abandoned her, and what her special talent means about who and what she really is. So, when a guy named Seeker appears quite literally out of nowhere, claiming to know about her past and offering her a job, Evryn can’t say yes fast enough. Even if it does mean following him t... more

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