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  • I'll Rescue You

    by M.T. Thomas
    Even after 40 years, Earth is ready; ready for another attempted invasion. Join our characters as they travel the world in order to save it. Experience growth and self-realization with Apollo as events open his eyes to see beyond what he had always thought was true. Does his home planet and species truly have the right to invade and acquire other worlds? Half-sisters Belle and Teneille must find a way back to each other while facing alien forces and overwhelming obstacles. Enemies become friends... more
  • Grim: Dark Fairy Tales for the Psychologically Minded

    by Joseph Burgo
    From the author of VACILLIAN and THE LIGHTS OF BARBRIN, these three novella-length tales probe psychological themes latent in the classic Grimm versions. Rather than presenting two-dimensional "good" heroines pitted against "evil" step-mothers, GRIM portrays fully realized characters grappling with shame and self doubt, suffering at the hands of mothers best thought of as narcissistic in modern terminology. Due to their dark themes and some graphic sexual material, these tales are not for the fa... more
  • Chemistry (Stella Blunt Book 1)

    by C. L. Lynch

    Winner of the 2017 IndieReader Discovery Awards (Humor)

    Stella Blunt’s world is ending.

    Her parents have dragged her across the country, and she has to start over in a new school. Th is is a big problem, because she doesn’t make friends easily: she’s large, she’s loud, and she doesn’t suffer fools gladly.

    The only person who likes her is the cute geek in her Chemistry class. He’s a great listener, he’s smart at science, and he loves ... more

  • Steve the Alien

    by G. Brian Benson
    In this fun and empowering rhyming children's book, Zeke encounters more than he bargains for while walking to school when a lovable space alien named Steve unexpectedly visits him on Earth while on a grand scavenger hunt through outer space! Young readers will enjoy this fun rhyming journey that teaches them the importance of sharing and to be accepting of new friends.
  • Invisible Magic Wand®: Sequel to Hot Chocolate Underpants (Caspian's Unbirthday Book 2)

    by Lois Wickstrom
    This year, when Grandpa puts Caspian’s special Unbirthday box under his bed, it’s empty. Grandpa insists that he has given Caspian an Invisible Magic Wand® Caspian has to name it before it will work. “Maybe,” says Caspian. “Good name,” says Grandpa. “Nobody will get suspicious.” Caspian’s hand tingles. Caspian learns how to squeeze time, so he can move quickly and how to stretch time so he can make things he enjoys last.
  • James Clyde and the Diamonds of Orchestra

    by Colm McElwain
    Alongside his friends Ben and Mary Forester, James Clyde must protect a powerful diamond from falling into the wrong hands. A strange and sinister man dressed in black is also pursuing the diamond and will stop at nothing to obtain it. James and his friends set off on a perilous journey to return the diamond to its rightful place. But they are being hunted every step of the way by the relentless man in black and his blood-thirsty army. Outnumbered, James finds he must use the power of the diamon... more
  • A Mirror Among Shattered Glass

    by Romarin Demetri
    Unable to contain the deadly nature of her family secret and powers, nineteen year old Romarin Demetri hails from California, USA, to unearth her heritage as a descendant of serial-killer, Countess Bathory, the woman that lent Dracula his legend, and cursed Romarin with an appetite for blood. Unenthusiastic about relocating to her birth city of London, a charming paranormal investigator with claim to the throne could change her mind, as he leads her to the only living and distant relative sh... more
  • Where Do They Go? Part 1

    by B.D Donaldson
    It's been said the average person loses over two thousand dollars of socks in their lives. Naleaha and Jaylen are about to find out first hand Where Do They Go and who is responsible for their missing socks. Where Do They Go? is a 3 part book series created by B.D Donaldson to captivate the minds of young audiences all over the world
  • Zeeka's Ghost (Revenge of Zeeka Book 4)

    by Brenda Mohammed

    The drama of the Zeeka Series continues in Zeeka's Ghost: Revenge of Zeeka Book 4.
    The book is the fourth installment in the five-book Science Fiction series, Revenge of Zeeka and can be read as a standalone.
    Dr.Steven Sharpe invents a miracle cure for a killer disease but he and his wife Mandy are targets of unknown enemies. 
    Their lives may be at stake. 
    Steven must find a way to hunt down and apprehend ruthless kidnappers and save his beloved wife.
    Th... more

  • Spooky and Chilling Tales

    by Elle L. Stone

    Dive into the shuttering and spine- chilling tales of original short stories and poems that this extraordinary compilation entails. From frightening car rides to spooky cemetery walks that will make you clutch for your pillow and hide underneath the covers, this collection is perfect for storytelling before bed, around a fire or just looking for chills and thrills. This book will keep you at the edge of your seat wanting more!

  • Othello and Zombies

    by Aaron Frale

    Shakespeare's classic tale of hubris, paranoia, and betrayal is reimagined against the darkly comedic backdrop of the post-apocalypse. ... And zombies.

    I ate thy brains ere I killed thee...

  • Dracula: Hearts of Stone

    by A. J. Gallant
    Dracula has lived too long and is suicidal in this tale. Piers Anthony (also a vampire) is desperate to get him involved in killing the evil vampires before it's too late. The Master has created Red Sheriffs to handle the problem but they are outnumbered and being overrun. Sprinkled with humor and lots of adventure.
  • A Kingdom Forgotten

    by Charles W. McDonald Jr.

    We, the seeds of Humanity, are all the descendants of hardened criminals, fighting to survive the unmaking of A Throne of Souls…

     

    Magic and technology have already met on a world far more advanced than our own only to dispense their most dangerous and hardened criminals, for magic has been outlawed.  Their descendants—us here on Earth, along with the rest of Humanity—are now left to grapple with a Creation undone at th... more

  • A Kingdom Forgotten (A Throne of Souls Book 1)

    by Charles W. McDonald Jr.

    We, the seeds of Humanity, are all the descendants of hardened criminals, fighting to survive the unmaking of A Throne of Souls…

     

    Magic and technology have already met on a world far more advanced than our own only to dispense their most dangerous and hardened criminals, for magic has been outlawed.  Their descendants—us here on Earth, along with the rest of Humanity—are now left to grapple with a Creation undone at th... more

  • Holy Fudgesicles

    by Jason Bougger
    Getting run over by a bus can ruin your day, but it doesn't have to ruin your summer. The accident leaves ninth grader Kyle Hickman seemingly dead at the scene as he makes a quick visit to an unexpected afterlife. During this near death experience, he meets his grandma, who tells him that he's getting a second chance at life. He awakens unscathed with a new sense of being, an unclear mission, and mystical healing powers. After forming an uncanny friendship with the town bully, a kid named Bri... more
  • Phoenix Dawn: All These Worlds Are Yours

    by Dan Letchworth

    Contains 60 interior illustrations, in black and white in paperback and color on Kindle.

    In the endless skies of a planet with no surface, a birdlike queer girl named Coda sails alone. Her mother is an absent addict, and her best friend has vanished. Just when she’s at her most aimless, the sun god appears to Coda in a storm, granting her visions of other worlds, the ability to see across the electromagnetic spectrum, and a divine mission. Elsewhere, a primate named Ran i... more

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