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  • Something (Wisteria 1)

    by Shelby Lamb
    “I will find true love and everything will be okay. I will find true love and everything will be okay…” she chanted. They say be careful what you read. Something is wrong. Something is very wrong. It can happen to anyone. This is just four teenagers’ story. Aubrey Golding hates her face, her body, and is devastated after Nathan Silva leaves her. Alone, suicidal, and desperate for love, she discovers a book called Something and unknowingly links others to a dark and terrifying curse that is b... more
  • The Dreams of Phillip Aisling and the Numinous Nagwaagan

    by Brandon Bosse
    Phillip Aisling is just like any other boy, or so he thought. On the night of his 13th birthday he has a dream so vivid that he is convinced it was real! He soon learns that he has begun training with the Dream Masters. They practice lucid dreaming to be able to fully control their dreams, giving them immense power. But when his vivid dreams turn into nightmares he never wants to fall asleep again! In his struggle to understand his remarkable dreams and prevent terrible nightmares, he fi... more
  • Unholy Pursuit: The Devil on my Trail

    by A. White
    Unholy Pursuit: The Devil is on My Trail is futuristic, paranormal story set in the 25th century. It's the story of a young woman's perilous encounter with the supernatural. Ana BuFaye is on the run trying to save her life and that of her young daughter, Bea. Unknown evil hounds her every step. But Ana isn't one to take it lying down. The 24 year old recently single mother fights back with the energy and zestfulness of a warrior. The determination to live and fighting attitude is all she have le... more
  • Capeville: The Death of the Black Vulture (Volume 1)

    by Matt Mikalatos
    Psycho mass murderers can wreck your summer so fast. John Ajax planned to spend every sun-filled summer day playing Tread Battalion 2 with his friends. Then a super-powered goon tried to kidnap him, and his parents freaked out and sent him to "hide" in Capeville... a city populated entirely with superheroes and villains. It might be okay if he could fly, or shoot laser beams out of his eyes, or crush a brick in his bare hands. Instead he has a drill-sergeant grandfather, a crush on his b... more
  • Sword of Shadows (The Silver Web Book 2)

    by Karin Rita Gastreich

    Lands ravaged. Dreams destroyed. Demons set loose upon the earth. Sisters in magic, Eolyn and Adiana seek to revive a millennial tradition once forbidden to women. When war strikes, their fledgling community of magas is destroyed; its members killed, captured, or scattered. Determined to defend her people against the darkest forces of the Underworld, Eolyn seeks to escape the occupied province and deliver to King Akmael a weapon that might secure their victory. Trapped by the invading army, A... more

  • Eolyn (The Silver Web, Book 1)

    by Karin Rita Gastreich
    In a land ravaged by civil war, the Mage King Kedehen initiates a ruthless purge of the magas. Eolyn, last daughter of the magas and sole heiress to their forbidden craft, seeks refuge in the vast and impenetrable South Woods. When she meets the mysterious Akmael, heir to the throne of this violent realm, she embarks on a path of hope, seduction, betrayal, and war. Desire draws Eolyn toward Akmael’s dark embrace, but fate binds her to Corey of East Selen, a cunning mage whose ambition challe... more
  • The Vow

    by Laura Daleo

    Finals are over, and twenty-year-old Claire Matthews can hardly wait to begin summer break until…she arrives home to an army of police swarming her parents’ front lawn.  Detective Reynolds delivers the dreadful news that the man and woman inside the home are dead, and Claire is forced to identify their mummified bloodless bodies.  Her world comes to a grinding halt when she learns that it is her mother and father who are the deceased, and her younger brother, JJ, is now... more

  • The Secret Daughter: Discovery of a Goddess

    by Tracy Andrews

    Leia was a normal,  teenager until she turned 21. On her birthday, she gets a visit from a stranger who claims she is his daughter. Soon, she has a dream  learns a lot about her past. Not only are her parents alive, but her parents are gods. Her father is none other than a dream god.Her “family friend”/caregiver, Sephonia is also a goddess, and Leia is prophesied to rule her grandfather Hypnos’ domain. There’s a lot more to her family’s past, however, that her parents and Sephonia aren’t tell... more

  • Infesca: The Grand Division

    by Paul Y. Chew
    Thrust into the world of the gray, Marcus finds a society that he yearns to belong to, yet repels him. He learns about his family secrets, and how to master the special powers he is now endowed with. At the same time, gray ideals conflict with his own beliefs, and he must grapple with his dual human-gray existence. When a major threat to his life emerges and the attacks begin, Marcus finds himself and his family embroiled in a complex political plot. His actions will not just dictate his own... more
  • The Birth of Death (Revised with Appendices)

    by Joseph P. Macolino
    While the elvish investigator, Artimus, struggles to balance his personal interests with the well-being of the kingdom, he must face a greater evil than he ever imagined. Thankfully, he will not be alone as the forest struggles to handle this new threat.
  • Eleven: 1

    by vicki vass
    There’s an ancient language encrypted into our DNA, which holds the secret to our humanity. Carved into a cave deep in the heart of southern Sudan is the story of this first language. Technology has advanced our civilization past its limits. Computers are breaking down and wars are breaking out throughout the world because mankind has forgotten how to communicate. Alexander and Rebekah, two professors at the University of Chicago, have to discover the secret of this universal lexicon as the last... more
  • SEER: The Ghosts of Gray Fable

    by Eli Bloom
    Fifteen-year-old Grace “Gray” Fable can speak to the dead. When her dad moves from Los Angeles to be with his mysterious girlfriend, Gray must attend notorious Willowbrook High School, the scene of a mass shooting five years earlier. When she meets the ghosts of those who died that tragic day – including the school shooter himself – she must uncover a dark secret to lay the victims to rest, and find peace for their families before it’s too late to stop another tragedy. A YA Supernatural novel.
  • Tales from The Lake Vol.3

    by Monique Snyman
    Dive into the deep end of the lake with 19 tales of terror, selected by Monique Snyman. Tales from the Lake Vol. 3 features ghosts, monsters, assassins, alternate dimensions, creatures from the deepest depths and the darkest parts of the universe. Join “Maybelle” by Mere Joyce in a world where books become real enough to cause both pleasure and pain. Avoid the sounds of “The Cruel” by Harper Hull, lest you want to come to a terrifying end. Travel across the world to see what terrors lurk... more
  • Muti Nation

    by Monique Snyman
    Every country has its secrets. Every culture has its taboos. Every house has its cross. When Esmé Snyders – a young occult-crime expert – investigates a grotesque muti-murder in Pretoria West, she doesn’t realise she’s become a player in the killer’s deadly game. Before long, more savagely mutilated corpses join the tally, proving that the evasive murderer is slipperier than what she’s used to when it comes to muti-killers. While searching for a monster capable of such heinous crimes, Esmé i... more
  • SPACE : UNIVERSE OF POLLUTION

    by Dr.Nileshkumar Baria

    Space pollution refers to the gathering debris in orbit around the Earth, made up of discarded rocket boosters, In the most general sense, the term space pollution includes both the natural micrometeoroid and man-made orbital debris constituents of the space atmosphere; conversely, as

  • KINRU

    by Stuart J. Whitmore
    A man like Birkran Kinru should feel comfortable in a highly automated world. Birkran likes to be left alone. People make him nervous. With labor handled by robots and communications conducted digitally, he should be able to find the seclusion he craves. This might be possible, if only he had a permanent home of his own. Instead he must scuttle through the underbelly of the city, from one hiding place to another, knowing the government can watch every move. Birkran wants nothing to do with po... more

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