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  • Star Siege

    by Mark Wayne Allen
    Imagine waking up in the midst of a catastrophe. You don't know who you are or why someone tried to kill you. That is the exact situation that Ted finds himself in. He doesn't know what to trust or even why he is rescued by a space cruiser. The cruiser just happens to be on its way towards the biggest calamity in recent star history. Is he a good guy or a bad guy and is he in any involved in the terrorist act on a planetary scale. All the answers to his life and the people around him lie in futu... more
  • The Last Portal (The Mytar)

    by Robert Cole

    Severe weather patterns - storms, floods and strong winds - are sweeping across planet Earth. Against this backdrop, three high school students, known and tormented for their strange abilities, fight their own battles against school bullies. The discovery of a strange key by their leader Chris Reynolds plunges all three through a portal into a sister world, Cathora, in another dimension. In this world, their behaviours, that labelled them as misfits on Earth, turn out to be the seeds of extra... more

  • The Shift

    by Genevieve Scholl
    Nothing about me is normal… …but what exactly is ‘normal’? Just because I have two dads and no mom, my name is Elliot Marcus Smith even though I’m a girl, and I was born from a test tube… Does that mean I’m ‘abnormal’? I say no. But the sudden abilities that have been appearing since I turned eighteen sure do. Wounds are healing quickly, my vision has changed, as has my strength, and my sensitivities to other people’s emotions have become severely heightened. Add all that to the fact t... more
  • The Carnival Keepers

    by Amber Gulley
    It's 1879, and James, a time-wasting escapist, is trying to win a bet. His challenges include purchasing a lighthouse, hosting a séance, and spending the night with his father's prize-winning stallion in a notoriously haunted attic. But the Carnival is in town for the All Hallows' Eve celebrations, and the London Fog has other ideas for James. Something vicious is waiting to pounce and lead him unwittingly towards a destiny he could never have imagined.
  • The Dance of the Jester

    by Koos Verkaik

    Suddenly, at the end of the twenty-first century, the world changes. The tycoons rule and name themselves kings. The times are rife with extravagance and decadence, extreme power and richness. The world is one big party. And there is chaos!

    No one seems to wonder how this all came to be. No one seems to wonder what is actually happening. No one seems to care about anything anymore. Except for some odd outsiders. One of them is Oscar Man, the illegitimate son of tycoon Otto Man. Once he ... more

  • Abhuman

    by Hugh B. Long
    In the Covenant, an insidious theocracy, genetic mutation carries a death sentence. Conform or die. It seems to be a perfect, harmonious society—but is it? When sixteen-year-old Cheska Bellamy’s mutation is exposed, she’s forced to flee her starship to the partly-terraformed planet below. As she makes her way across a devastated landscape, she discovers that there had been a race of sentient creatures with a flourishing civilization. All that remain are battered ruins and a handful of Indigen... more
  • Free review from Publishers Weekly

    by Dorothy Piper
    Young Lex Simms is half-alien. Like the rest of his family, he has inherited the remarkable Martian abilities of changing shape and traveling in spirit form through time and space. After Lex risks his life to rescue his relatives from their doomed planet, a violent storm nearly kills them. The older Martians plead with Lex to take them back to Mars where they expected to die of thirst anyway. However, the younger ones want to stay on Earth and become human. Meanwhile, arch-enemy Fi detects their... more
  • Even The Dead Will Bleed

    by Steven Ramirez

    “The brutally terse and matter-of-fact style of narration creates a constant mood within the story that is hard not to admire, and matches up with other masters of the thriller genre.” — Self-Publishing Review

    “I’ve read my fair share of zombie style books, and this one certainly stands up there with the best. It’s not your run-of-the-mill, mass-produced, zombie book; rather, it is intricately designed, well executed, i... more

  • Girls Can't Be Knights

    by Lee French
    Portland has a ghost problem. Sixteen-year-old Claire wants her father back. His death left her only memories and an empty locket. After six difficult years in foster care, her vocabulary no longer includes "hope" and "trust." Everything changes when Justin rides his magical horse into her path and takes her under his wing. Like the rest of the elite men who serve as Spirit Knights, he hunts restless ghosts that devour the living. When an evil spirit threatens Claire's life, she'll need... more
  • Rise of a Guardian

    by LJ Andrews
    Abandoned by his family as a young child, Killian Thomas is given one chance to find answers to his past in a strange realm. A mysterious community, bound to protect the realms, promises to help him on his quest if he aids them in a desperate search for powerful lost relics. Each relic possesses magic of all four realms, giving their owner unimaginable power. Strange abilities soon manifest within Killian, catching the deadly attention of a dangerous secret-society intent on destroying his h... more
  • The Black River Chronicles: Level One (Black River Academy Book 1)

    by Michael Wills and David Tallerman
    You know these characters: The ranger, the fighter, the wizard, the rogue. But haven't you ever wondered how they learned to be those things? Three months into his studies at the Black River Academy of Swordcraft and Spellcraft, Durren Flintrand is shocked by the news that from now on he'll be assigned to a party, and that his only hope of progressing beyond the lowly rank of level one is to succeed with his new companions. However, Durren has a secret that may make that impossible, and his thre... more
  • Odium The Dead Saga

    by Claire C. Riley
    It's better to die by the gun than die by the dead. Nina’s life was irrevocably changed when humanity’s dead began to rise. Now, she lives behind the walls. The barricaded cities, erected by the government to protect the remnants of civilization, have become a brutal dictatorship- causing the inhabitants within to starve, steal and claw for survival. Life behind the walls has become as terrifying as roaming the zombie-ridden landscape beyond. An opportunity to escape presents itself in ... more
  • Dead Is All You Get

    by Steven Ramirez

    “Steven Ramirez has driven a stake into the brain of this genre and created something new that is definitely worth the effort, and demands a read from fans of zombie fiction.” — Self-Publishing Review

    Dead Is All You Get is cunningly plotted, and the author uses suspense to deepen the quality of horror as he creates scenes that make the reader feel like something could go wrong at any moment.” — Readers’... more

  • The Shulim Cycle Book of Dahlia

    by Lynn Davis

    Lynn Davis blends romance, mystery, and the paranormal over the backdrop of a small North Atlanta suburb.

    Devon James is not the same young man he was when he went to bed. He wakes with his same life and memories but the emotional connections are ... They are gone, like a fading dream. As he struggles with his existential dilemma, he attracts the attention of the psychic vampire named Dahlia. She cannot read him but senses something inside him, something powerful and dark. It stirs. It ... more

  • Fairies in My Garden

    by Barbara L. Kananen
    While meditating in her garden, Jessica, a middle-aged woman, happens upon Mabel. One of the many fairies who have been assigned to care for all of the plants, stones, and insects in Jessica?s garden, Mabel introduces Jessica to a whole new world?one in which elves have a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow and where the spirits of trees and rocks can communicate with people. But none of these magical creatures is prepared for what happens when an oil drill hits a dragon living underground. The ... more
  • Tell Me When I'm Dead

    by Steven Ramirez

     

    Tell Me When I’m Dead is a gritty, pulse-pounding read that never loses its sense of humor, for an original and well-rounded work of zombie fiction.” — Self-Publishing Review

    “In this thrilling novel, Ramirez details an antihero’s struggles for family and love, and to find beauty in a world ruled by the dead.” — Readers’ Favorite

    “Chilling, pulse racing, and... more

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