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  • The Valley Chronicles

    by C.M. Selbrede
    Two years ago, John and Violet Jenson found themselves in the Valley, a magical world where animals and humans lived together in peace. Now, they have returned, only to find that everything has changed. Their worst enemies, the Soldiers of Sorrow, have returned from the dead, shattering the Valley itself into two opposing sides. As John and Violet find themselves on opposing sides of the burgeoning conflict, they are forced to face forgotten truths about themselves and the ones they trust in ... more
  • Makeshift

    by C.M. Selbrede
    Ally Fallows is assigned to help evaluate a robot named Makeshift. Her friendship with him will change her life forever.
  • Double-Crossing The Bridge

    by Sarah J. Sover
    Rent in New Metta is through the cavern ceiling. When Granu barely survives her first gig teaching students who attempt to fillet her for lunch, the baby-eating troll ends up unemployed and facing eviction. Granu's only prospect for income is grueling work in the tar pits. That is, until her playboy best friend devises a perfect, if suicidal, scheme—a heist! The Covered Bridge, the largest source of income for the city, has New Metta well under hoof. In a week, TCB Corporation pulls in enough... more
  • Jack of Thorns (Inheritance Book 1)

    by A.K. Faulkner

    Can you change destiny?

    Laurence Riley has seen the future, and all his visions are coming true. Just as he can’t control the addiction that dominates his life, or the mindgames of his stalker ex-boyfriend, he also struggles with his untamed supernatural gifts.

    Jack can help. His price is that Laurence keeps him fed with regular offerings of sex, but Laurence has fallen for someone way out of his league whose wild telekinesis keeps them even further apart, and his debt ... more

  • Seeds of Change

    by Willow Thomson

    Introverted, intuitive healer, Jada "Jey" Grey has nothing left to lose. After all, her skills and knowledge couldn’t save her mother from a manmade virus. And now in 2071, with the heat index reaching crippling levels on Earth, Jey is barely coping. But when she stumbles upon an opportunity to launch from Earth, she feels compelled to go.

    The mission—to create a new colony on an unexplored exoplanet—fits right... more

  • The Book of Mem

    by Jody Walker
    What if humans could see auras the way the plants and animals at Little Meadow can? And what if some of the new children entering the earth could communicate through touch? The creatures of Little Meadow have not seen humans for years, but every now and then the plants and animals still find some traces of humans like old bottles and bits of plastic. All human things are placed in the cave. That is until Libby Duck finds the Book. Full of beautiful pictures, some animals want to keep it, some wa... more
  • AetherQueen (The Enuma Legacies Book 2)

    by Alexis N. Sage
    AetherQueen is the second book in The Enuma Legacies series and follows Ruby Black, a student that stumbles upon an underground world of Elemental beings and finds her own place amongst them. The book picks up shortly after the peace treaty between the four Elemental houses that was developed in the first book and the theft of a piece of the Sword of Enuma. Our journey begins with Ruby coming to terms with her AetherBorn lineage, her new role as a leader of the Elementals, and her budding rel... more
  • AetherBorn (The Enuma Legacies Book 1)

    by Alexis N. Sage
    AetherBorn follows the story of a young photography student, Ruby Black, in the fictional city of Westerlake. While on a delayed subway train, Ruby witnesses what she is convinced is a mystical murder that is deemed an accident by everyone else on the train. She struggles with what she believes occurred but soon discovers that there is a world of Elemental beings that live hidden from society, beings that only Ruby is able to see. Questions arise as to why Ruby has this ability as she is qui... more
  • Wild Hare

    by Laura Koerber
    A magical realism dystopia set against a background of global climate change and authoritarianism. “The world is coming to an end, but my personal life is okay, I guess.” That was my response to Arne’s “How’re ya?” greeting. I pushed the oil rags and cigarette butts off the seat of his old pickup truck and climbed in. Arne is used to sour comments from me, so he just threw the truck into gear, gunned the engine and smirked, “Someone’s got a bee up his butt this morning.” I let... more
  • THE LESSON

    by grant parachor
    "HA! If you think I could tell you what the hell this is all about you're space happy! I wish somebody could tell me what's been going on here! A research report! Dead Librarians! Rogue trilionaire mad Scientists! Missing people! War! What the hell! A mind cannot process it all! Just go ask somebody else what the hell they think it's all about! Ask a damn Librarian! Damned know-it-all's!" "!?" More
  • Encase (The Staircase Series)

    by Serena Sallow
    On the staircases, nothing is certain. Which way is up; which way is down; what is real, or what isn't. Everything is left open to interpretation. And interpretation is what Ives is best at. Doesn't hurt with her line of work, either. The thrilling sequel to Edge centers around Ives -- a logical, apathetic dancer who watches people on their sojourns up a dark staircase and must decide, on her side of the barrier, who to trust and what's real. Should she give up the only human connection she has ... more
  • Edge (The Staircase Series)

    by Serena Sallow
    On the staircase, nothing is certain. Which way is up; which way is down; what is real, or what isn't. Everything is left open to interpretation. It's hard to figure out where you're going when you don't even know from where you're coming -- but this doesn't stop our protagonists from doing their best to figure just this out. Edge centers around the friendship of an eighteen year old girl and an eight year old boy as they fight for their lives and their minds in a nightmarish land. They will hav... more
  • Amy the Astronaut and the Secret Soldiers

    by Steven Donahue
    Amy Sutter returns with a new space adventure as she travels to a distant planet filled with secrets and danger. The teen rocketeer rejoins her friends Yale and Madison aboard the spacecraft Liberty Bell on a mission of mercy to a planet devastated by a natural disaster. The relief mission takes a turn for the worse when the crew discovers a plot that could destroy the Union, and they face off against new enemies that threaten their survival.
  • Awakened

    by Tracey Laviolette

    Welcome to my world.
        Meet sixteen-year-old Jessie Connelly. She lived a normal life until she witnesses a horrifying attack on a student at her high school. No one but Jessie could explain what happened, but who would believe her when she tells them she didn’t see what attacked another student?  Jessie’s parents believe it would be good for her to spend the summer with her Grams in Weston, Florida until the suspicions cool down.... more

  • Arrival of the Palazar (A Tale of Kings Book 1)

    by J. Davis Zakary
    At first glance, the world of Dragna seems no different from the countless other existences that have risen and fallen throughout the eons. This will soon change, however, as powerful forces of creation travel across time fabrics to exert their influence. Palazar and Velzer alike vie for control, each manipulating the mortal inhabitants to achieve their opposing goals. Due to both chance and fate, a man finds himself suddenly caught between it all. Athalius soon realizes that the world he once k... more
  • Rise of the Mad Gods

    by Lissa Dobbs
    In the world of Grevared, the gods choose their champions, but not all the gods are good. These short stories tell of angry gods intent on revenge and those they choose as their own. A scavenger scavenges one item too many. A man consumed by lust gets more than he bargained for. A woman in search of a story finds that some things are best left alone. And more. Some content not suitable for young readers.

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