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  • Tommy and the Order of Cosmic Champions

    by Anthony Grate
    It’s 1988, and it’s eleven-year-old Tommy Grant’s last summer before entering junior high. It turns out to be a memorable season for all the wrong reasons though, as his incessantly feuding parents mull over divorce and his best friend dumps him. Things don’t get better during the new school year, as bullies target him and he becomes a social outcast. Tommy takes solace in his fandom of Order of Cosmic Champions, an animated sci-fi TV series that lives on in comic books and action figures. He al... more
  • Imprint

    by Madeline J. Rose
    Paige, a young bookworm, and her friend Markus must evade two mysterious men chasing them by hopping back and forth between the worlds of books and reality. But soon Paige begins to realize that the world of fairytales isn't all that it seems. And if she wants to survive, she'll need more than just her book smarts.
  • THE HOPE (The IN-BETWEEN series Book 3)

    by Sagar Constantin
    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Our world needs help. Our world needs hope. This amazing series of three books offer that hope. Read them, you won't regret it. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Very interesting book especially for the times we live in. The story line would have been easier to follow if I had read book 2, but it does explain enough to catch up. Life lessons taught - trust must be stronger than fear; love more important than hate; gratitude more than greed. With these there is HOPE. If the Ring's mission is to succeed... more
  • Welcome to the Free World: A Novel

    by Lloyd Raleigh
    Ecologist Lloyd Raleigh’s debut novel, Welcome to the Free World, is an immersive plunge into a visionary, creative futurescape beyond dystopia and utopia, yet containing both. Am I just typical of my generation, overwhelmed with life in a sea of problems? Will Robin contemplates. Will has inherited a violent, controlling world, forever altered by climate change, and a metaverse orchestrated by a seductive artificial general intelligence named IRIS. His perceptive grandmother asks. Will... more
  • Ghosts of Randsburg, the Madame Secrets: Ghost Huntress Diaries

    by Marie Mason

    Unlike fiction based ghost story books, Ghosts of Randsburg: The Madame’s Secret is one in which a real ghost hunter, Marie Mason, with tangible evidence in the ghost town of Randsburg, reveals secrets from the past. Ghost hunter Marie Mason can remarkably capture a ghost in color during the day. She is known for visiting a haunted place herself to discover historical ghost stories. This Madame mystery book is where she lists down and describes all her paranormal investigation missions. She f... more

  • Wooded Discovery: A Coming of Age Urban Fantasy (The Spellbound Chronicles)

    by B.B. Swann
    Previously published as Out of the Woods by B.B. Swann. His senior year just turned magical. Now if only he can win his crush’s affections without getting killed. Seventeen-year-old Zaidyn Mitchell would rather not be weird. But nothing can be stranger than when the self-proclaimed bookworm wakes up one night, floating several feet above his bed. Still desperate to fit in after his parents unceremoniously unlocked his abilities, all Zaidyn wants is to date the girl of his dreams. With h... more
  • Keeper of Scales

    by Anne Mollova

    Alyen, crown princess of Dúramair, has trained her whole life to be queen. She’s kept her faerie Sight a secret, trusting that the Keeper of Scales will find an apprentice soon—for surely one other candidate can be found. But when news comes from the north of dark magic returning to Dúramair, Alyen is forced to make the hardest decision of her life. A decision that could determine the fate of her kingdom.
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    Soon Alyen and her friends find that they ar... more

  • Unusual Light

    by J. Elizaga
    Engineering student Ana Juliet (AJ) takes a summer job as a swing-shift security guard at a hospital morgue--the same morgue once investigated by the police for unusual calls received during full moons. And the calls happen only when Matt, a guard assigned to the overnight shift, is on duty. AJ scoffs at the idea of otherworldly activities. But soon after, she witnesses a mysterious orb. The orb reveals itself to be the ghost of Binni Almond, a teenager who went missing thirty years ago. Desp... more
  • Deep Woods, Dark Danger

    by Joan Spilman
    Alec Monroe, newly friendless due to a catastrophe at the ball park, anticipates a lonely summer until he meets Mordecai. Mordecai is a voice coming from a wooden head that Alec’s mother sent him, painted to look like a Pictish War Chief. Mordecai claims to be king of Casoria, a land far away in a parallel universe. He claims the head is enchanted and he’s been trapped inside. Mordecai is smart, he’s funny, he’s a lot of things Alec thinks he’s not, but he needs help. He needs Alec to go home wi... more
  • The Last Daughter

    by Alexis L. Menard
    She's cursed with a dead witch's power over fate, he's a heartless demigod born for revenge and redemption. Once her enemy, now a conflict of interest. The fate of the Nine Realms dangles on a dangerously thin thread. Fate was cruel enough by dealing Ailsa with a fatal illness. But when her father and sisters are killed at war, she becomes the Last Daughter in a long line of shieldmages. This power comes with a price, however, coincidentally getting her kidnapped by an elfin she’s only heard ... more
  • Clara Thorn, the witch that was found

    by Don Jones
    Poor Clara. On the one hand, things are going well: she’s aced her Math final, and school’s almost out for the year. Dad’s hanging in there with contract jobs, Mom’s helping make ends meet by cleaning other people’s homes, and they’ve at least got a roof over their heads. Vegas isn’t the nicest place in the summer, but it’s no worse than the half-dozen other places she’s lived in her short life. But on the other hand, she has no friends. Everyone at school is either diffident or a bully—as if t... more
  • Dual Fires

    by J. L. Anderson
    Dual Fires is an epic fantasy novel for adults young and old. Set in a magical world where individuals receive power from the light or from the darkness in the sky around them, both sides await a promised hero - who will either unite the two sides or destroy one entirely.
  • Pursuit

    by James Kaine

    Friday the 13th meets Sons of Anarchy as a maniac cuts a bloody path through the Pines Barrens of Southern New Jersey in this ferocious slasher tale.

    Today is all we have. Tomorrow is not guaranteed.

    Those are the words Ava lives by because she knows every day could be her last. Unwilling to let her physical limitations define her, she seizes the moment and elopes with her boyfriend Jeremy, determined to make the most of whatever time she has.

    The p... more

  • Uncanny Valley

    by Dennis Verneu
    What makes you what you are? Your past, your present, your future? In a near future, for better or worse, robots are omnipresent. Society has evolved, or at least that is what most want to think. Life is hard for everyone, but for Rob even harder. His past is as good as lost, his present at risk, and his future uncertain. Someone is chasing him, but he does not why, but it must not be good. He must escape, and perhaps he can do it. However, the thing is, if he succeeds, the consequences could ... more
  • The Cave

    by Elle Otero
    Maggie is imprisoned at Real Impact, a boot camp for troubled teens in the Mexican high desert, when she learns the outside world has been forever changed by the HORPOV-25 pandemic. Everyone and everything she once knew is dead. Guided by Abigail and her crew of "troubled" teens, Maggie embarks on a journey to discover what it means to survive in a terrifying new world—and in the process, finds a young boy named Valentino who is searching for home. Meanwhile in California, Warren and April ar... more
  • The Road

    by Elle Otero
    By October, the HORPOV-25 viral pandemic killed a third of the world’s population. In California, the remaining citizens have been evacuated or terminated by the nuclear bombs dropped on the cities to cull the infected. Those who remain have gone underground, like April Shaw. But she isn’t in a bunker by choice. She’s been held for months as a captive of the man who once claimed to love her. But now she has a chance to escape and complete the mission that began the day she refused to evacuate: t... more

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