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  • Federal Underground (Penn Mitchell's Ancient Alien Saga Book 1)

    by Jeff Bennington
    Penn Mitchell vanishes from the NYU campus and shows up three months later on his mother's doorstep with a book screaming to get out of his head. When the FBI discovers the novel discloses top-secret information, they bring Penn in for questioning. The interrogation goes sideways and Penn escapes into a subterranean world he thought was a figment of his imagination, a world where the US government is hiding, and at war with, an ancient race that has existed since the dawn of time.
  • Hollo

    by Devon Michael
    Hollo has always wanted to go out and explore the city, not that she dared…but staying inside all the time is bad for a body, even a wooden one. And what's the good of being able to do magic if you can’t even enchant the statues next door to keep you company? Or make the best tea you ever had? Or accidentally turn people into stone… Once forced to brave the city streets alone, she finally sees magic for what it really is. The golden glow that brought her wooden body to life may be more dangero... more
  • Kid Zero

    by Conor Daniel
    Kid Zero's Robot Attack Troopers are out of control, wreaking havoc and devastation on a world to which Harriet has been shifted along superstring, where she is known as the Thing from Beyond. Has she brought this carnage with her? Is it all her fault? She has to stop Kid Zero's destruction to save her friends. But how? She has no idea... It all has to do with her dad's research into Superstring and Wormholes. And he gave her a teddy bear called Bruno with strict instructions to look after h... more
  • Game Over (A Series of Ends Book 1)

    by Derek Edgington

    A reluctant hero is thrust into the do-or-die game, No-Life. His first priority is saving his own skin-- not saving the universe! 

    Game Over provides the reader with the unique opportunity to interact with the story as they progress through the Game. How would you play the role dealt to you by fate?
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  • The Good Man

    by Gwen Ryan
    What does it mean to be human? How far would you go to reach someone you loved? Malcolm Enright has spent his life trying to communicate with his son, Ajax, a chimpanzee he and his wife raised from birth. A renowned scientist, Enright crosses ethical lines by developing Evolzamin, a human-enhancement serum made up of a cocktail of nanobots that successfully forges a link between man and creature, only to find out that inside Ajax is a cold, calculating killer without a shred of empathy. Desp... more
  • Crossfire (Book 1) (The Omega Group)

    by Andrea Domanski
    In the span of one year, Mirissa Colson's life transforms from dreams of prom, to the nightmare of demons and demi-gods. Partnered with her mysterious guardian, Mirissa embarks on an epic journey to fulfill a destiny she’s told has been written for hundreds of years. Learning to control her burgeoning powers while her friends and family come under attack is only the first step. Stopping a maniacal demi-god from ascending to his self-appointed throne is the real challenge.
  • The Universe Builders: Bernie and the Lost Girl

    by Steve LeBel

     

    Fear holds God Town in its icy grip. A child has disappeared... 

    Desperate to find little Emily, the town begins an exhaustive search. By the second day, fear grows that the little girl may be lost forever. Only the woods remain to be searched. But the gods are so afraid of the woods, they will not venture there - not even to save the young girl's life. 

    Armed with nothing but courage and a magic stick, Bernie and his friends are the only ones ... more

  • Terror on the Tundra

    by Jim Miller
    Gene Putnam is a prodigy, the youngest PhD at the University of Alaska and resident prehistoric mammal geek. He’s an unlikely hero, sent to investigate reports of a bizarre animal attack in a remote native village on Alaska’s North Slope. The bites resemble those of an ancient carnivore but the reality is even less likely. These creatures are actually highly-evolved descendants of Viking war dogs shipwrecked on a desolate island twelve hundred years ago. Now a pack of these giant dogs have cross... more
  • Shattered Hopes

    by Ulff Lehmann
    Trapped in a city under siege, a disparate group of people are faced not only with the enemy beyond the walls but with the mystery that is Drangar Ralgon. Why does the mercenary still live? Will they survive long enough to unravel the secret? SHATTERED HOPES is the relentless continuation of the tale that began in SHATTERED DREAMS. The time for nice and calm is over.
  • Shattered Dreams (Light in the Dark Volume 1)

    by Ulff Lehmann
    Friedrich Nietzsche said that if one looks too long into the abyss, the abyss looks back. Drangar Ralgon has been avoiding the abyss's gaze for far too long and now turns to face it. Shattered Dreams is told from multiple viewpoints, with each individual tale eventually intersecting with the others, forming a tapestry. In a land finally at peace, war, like a weaver, pushes lives of warriors every which way until their paths become patterns. There are no shining heroes, no damsels who cannot save... more
  • Red Angel: Book I: Smugglers (Red Angel Series 1)

    by C. R. Daems
    Anna nearly dies, along with all her family, at age four from the deadly Cacao virus. But she survives, thanks to a poisonous red-headed krait. The medical community is excited since there is no known cure for the virus, but Anna and her snake, Red, have a symbiotic relationship—containment, not cure. If she is ever separated from Red, she will die. Anna struggles through foster homes. As her krait becomes known and valuable throughout the three star empires as one of only a handful of such snak... more
  • Guilty by Association (Judah Black Novels Book 1)

    by E.A. Copen

    Everything’s bigger in Texas…Including the monsters.

    Things look bad for Judah Black. Being forced to take an assignment in the middle of nowhere or risk losing her badge is hardly what she would call a perk of the job. But when a young werewolf is murdered on the Paint Rock Supernatural Reservation, her day goes from bad to worse.

    Labeled as a drug deal gone wrong, local law enforcement passes the case off as solved. Judah knows better. An occult expert, she knows th... more

  • Josie's Coat

    by Amy McNulty

    A woman with shoulder bones as sharp as an eagle’s talons—bones almost protruding from her skin—opens her mouth as wide as it’ll go, impossibly wide, consuming the pill that takes both of her arms to cradle. The nourishment makes her thin stomach pop out like she’s pregnant with a child so large it’ll burst through her stomach. She swallows slowly and licks her lips. Her eyes search around hungrily for more.

    That dream again.

    Josie is skilled at... more

  • Nobody's Pawn (The Never Veil Book 3)

    by Amy McNulty

    Men can love, but they can also hate. Noll knows too well that the men in her village have adjusted poorly to the freedom of their hearts, but she hopes to bring peace back to her community. With the lord’s return, Noll feels confident that together, they can work to settle down the villagers, but in his rebirth, he remembers only one thing about her: that she caused the curse that tortured him for a millennium in the first place.

    Determined to start anew, Noll must accept that, r... more

  • Nobody's Lady (The Never Veil Book 2)

    by Amy McNulty

    For the first time in a thousand years, the men in Noll’s village possess the freedom to love whom they will. In order to give each man the chance to fully explore his feelings, the lord of the village decrees all marriages null and void until both spouses declare their love for one another and their desire to wed again. What many women think will be a simple matter becomes a source of village-wide tension as most men decide to leave their families and responsibilities behind.

    Rej... more

  • Nobody's Goddess (The Never Veil Book 1)

    by Amy McNulty

    In a village of masked men, each man is compelled to love only one woman and to follow the commands of his “goddess” without question. A woman may reject the only man who will love her if she pleases, but she will be alone forever. A man must stay masked until his goddess returns his love—and if she can’t or won’t, he remains masked forever.

    Seventeen-year-old Noll’s childhood friends have paired off and her closest companion, Jurij, found his goddess... more

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