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  • The Incredibly Amazing and Magical Flying Chair: Part I

    by Nancy Machlis Rechtman and Bob Shumaker
    Noah Gibson comes from a family that has magic in their blood. He is also an overly imaginative seventh grader whose magician father has mysteriously disappeared. The only clue Noah has to his father’s sudden departure is a magical reading chair in the attic. Noah believes the chair has the power to transport the person sitting in it anywhere they wish, but he has trouble convincing his friends and family. When a little white lie told to his teacher and classmates grows into increasingly fantast... more
  • B089QSHMQ9

    by Harriet M. Winter (pen name)
    Bunny Thread isn’t a girl you can’t call average. She is eleven years old, lives at the back of a button shop, and makes her own clothes. You would have to look far and wide to find anybody more skilled with a sewing machine or more nimble-fingered with a thread and needle. Bunny is one of a kind – too out there, if you ask her classmates. That’s why she cannot find a friend, no matter how hard she tries. One day she decides to use her unique skills to make herself a friend. It takes thr... more
  • Dean's Magical Mix Up: The Principal's Pin

    by Kathleen Davis


    Dean has had enough of school and wishes he could escape, but little does he know that his wish is about to be granted in a most unexpected way.    In

  • Ark of the Apocalypse

    by Tobin Marks
    Earth is on the verge of becoming a dead planet. The polar ice caps melted long ago, and it's been decades since the last raindrop fell. Ocean levels rise a dozen meters, and forest fires rage on a global scale. Eleven billion people dying of thirst wage water wars against each other as extinction looms. Humanity needs a new planet. As Earth deteriorates, the nation states desperately work together to build a mechanism for recolonization. And so the Magellan II is born, the first starship capa... more
  • Cities in Orbit and the End is Near

    by Ronald J. Fischer
    In the late twenty-first century, the world had neglected to pay enough attention to climate change and was in bad shape. The temperature of the earth and the oceans was high and rising fast. The ocean levels were rising; tornadoes, hurricanes, and flooding were increasing. The world population had reached ten billion and was overcrowded. The crime rate in the United States was very high. One result of this was the construction of cities in orbit, which were very large cylinders that rotated abo... more
  • The Wall

    by Brian Penn
    He could live forever. But is he willing to pay the price? It’s 2099, and the former United States of America is in the midst of another civil war. In the wake of a revolutionary technology that grants people a second chance at life, an impenetrable wall divides the prosperous nation of Zion from the slums of MiddleLand. Stuck inside the wall and desperate to reunite with his fiancée, contraband smuggler Asher is hell-bent on finding a way out. When his uncle offers him a once-in-a-lifetime... more
  • Poseidon's Atlantis Adventure - The Human Hybrid Experiment

    by Grace Allison Blair
    Unravel the Mysteries of Atlantis and the Gods in "Poseidon's Atlantis Adventure: The Human Hybrid Experiment" After the War of the Titans and Olympians, the depths of the Aegean Sea conceal a tumultuous aftermath within Poseidon's underwater palace. The sea god's bitterness simmers as Zeus, his younger brother, ascends to the role of chief deity and ruler of the world—a position once fervently desired by Poseidon himself. Trapped in a quagmire of familial bonds and vengeance, Poseidon contem... more
  • Eternally Mortal

    by Tom Cobey

    Eternally Mortal is a fantasy about second chances.

    Darcey convinces her childhood friend, Joanne, to move in with her, all in an effort to escape Joanne’s abusive husband, Michael. The plan goes awry when Michael learns of the plan and kills Darcy and seriously wounds Joanne.

    Tabatha, Darcy’s wife, sets her mind to changing her life and positioning herself next to Joanne in the event Michael tries to return and finish the job he started. Joanne has not met Taba... more

  • Deadfall Mall

    by Michael Nohe
    Thirteen people were in the Deadfall Mall, a soon-to-be-razed mall in rural Minnesota, on the evening of October 31, 2024. Ten of them were out for an early evening walk in the warm and secure but rundown mall. Two were self-proclaimed ghost hunters on a mission. The last was the mall’s security guard. Most of them would never leave—alive. The next morning, the police recovered nine bodies. Evil isn’t always what or where you expect.
  • Theft of Fire: Orbital Space Book 1

    by Devon Eriksen

    Marcus Warnoc has a little problem. And a big one. Little because she’s three and a half feet tall. Big because she has enough blackmail material to bury him, and she’s just hijacked his spacecraft.

    But he’s not going to let this spoiled Martian snob push him around. He has a plan.

    Miranda Foxgrove has a simple problem. And a complicated one. Simple because only she knows of a treasure hidden beyond the edge of civilized space. Complicated because the c... more

  • Hail Infernal World: The Hellfire Saga Book 1

    by Rick Ferguson

    A haunted deserter. A child possessed by a devil. Can a shattered soldier face the fires of Hell to save an innocent soul?

    Erich Von Beck—a drunk, a murderer, a deserter from the Union Army during the Civil war—teeters on the edge of oblivion. But fate intervenes when a mysterious stranger offers him a lifeline: The chance to enter Hell and save Beatrice Mabry, a young girl possessed by a devil. Driven by a newfound purpose, Von Beck must confront his own d... more

  • Ethos of Cain

    by Seth W. James
    The perfection of cold fusion and CasiDrive propulsion had lifted humanity into the wider solar system—and widened the gulf between the nameless masses and the sovereign-class wealthy. Into the grey between corporate and criminal walked Cain, a soldat de fortune, who, for the last twenty years, had taken scores and completed contracts for the elites of any world, impenetrable, abstruse, and solitary. All of that changed one year ago when, after a triste with a former client turned into a rom... more
  • Letters From Another Galaxy

    by Steven Radich
    A cluster of advanced toolmakers from the outer reaches of The Milky Way discover the existence of advanced toolmakers on Earth. They form an Intragalactic Expedition to visit us. With agendas ranging from the religious to the need for space for their own species to expand, occupation and colonisation is an expensive business so must turn a profit to be sustainable.
  • How to Fix a Flubbed Summon

    by L. N. Clarke

    Making friends as an adult can be difficult.

    Summoning one can be a disaster.


    When apothecary Growina Crowe receives a witch’s grimoire as collateral, she attempts to summon an otherworldly companion. In the process, she forgets a boiling teapot, topples candles, and sets her herb garden ablaze. The next morning, a magic-eating monster besets her town, prompting a bounty hunt.


    Growina fears she may be responsible, but there are only two ways t... more

  • Wars of the New Humanity: Collection One

    by Michael J. Brooks

    This collection comprises books one and two of the Wars of the New Humanity series.

    Republic Falling: Advent of a New Dawn (book #1)

    Eden, the utopian motherworld of humanity's Commonwealth, is a haven of luxury and prosperity. Its inferior counterpart, the planet designated Satellite One, offers only mediocrity to its people, despite the Commonwealth Government's promises of equality.

    Now war erupts between humanity's t... more

  • The Flaming Cats of Sohan

    by Mark William Hammond & Hilary Gardner Wright
    All Life on Earth is Going to be Destroyed when it becomes an Action Park for Aliens! It's up to spiritual entrepreneur, Swami Rohnko and his junior achievers to Save Absolutely Everything!