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  • The Soulbound Curse - Part 2 (Amüli Chronicles: Soulbound)

    by Kira A. McFadden
    With the Amüli Republic up in arms, Clae’s escape to Earth means Marik must hunt down his half-blood cousin. To find him, Marik must venture into forbidden lands to find soul-eating monsters known as denayn. These creatures, which once thrived alongside amüli, now exist in a constant state of ravenous hunger for amüli souls. The decision to unleash them on Earth, where every amüli’s soul now resides, is a huge gamble, yet nothing in or beyond the reach of the Amüli Republic is as adept at huntin... more
  • The Soulbound Curse - Part 1 (Amüli Chronicles: Soulbound)

    by Kira A. McFadden
    In recent years, many amüli infants have been born Unsouled, their soul casings blackened and dead. When the Amüli Republic’s ruling body turns to Lord Marik Aneys for answers, his research discovers blame may lie with the half-amüli, half-human Clae Vojtech—Marik’s close cousin. Clae, unaware that the Republic suspects him of causing the Unsouled stillbirths, wants nothing more than to be a knight for the Republic. However, if he doesn’t venture to Earth to find the Soulbound human that host... more
  • The Soulbound Curse

    by Kira A. McFadden
    The angelic amüli race has spent thousands of years perfecting immortality by binding their souls to human hosts. That tenuous grasp on life is slipping because an increasing number of stillborn amüli infants are born without souls. When Marik’s daughter is born Unsouled, he strives to find out why. Many amüli believe disease is to blame for the Unsouled births, but Marik believes his half-human cousin Clae may be the real catalyst. The Amüli Republic’s oligarchy refuses to take a public stan... more
  • Frendyl Krune Origins: The Sandstone Script (Middle Grade Fantasy Short Story)

    by Kira A. McFadden
    AUTHOR’S NOTE: This short story is the second interlude in the Frendyl Krune series. It takes place near 90 years before Frendyl Krune and the Blood of the Sun and contains information that may spoil the events of that book. Therefore, it is suggested you read Frendyl Krune and the Blood of the Sun before continuing forward. ~~~~~ Nearly a century before Frendyl Krune found the Blood of the Sun, his favorite uncle, Melroc, was ordered by King Gretryc to discover some way to trap the Prete... more
  • Frendyl Krune Origins: The Ekrim's Oath (Middle Grade Fantasy Short Story)

    by Kira A. McFadden
    AUTHOR’S NOTE: This story begins immediately after the conclusion of Frendyl Krune and the Blood of the Sun and contains information that may spoil the events of that book. Therefore, you might want to read Frendyl Krune and the Blood of the Sun before continuing forward. ~~~~~ The Blood of the Sun, an ancient gemstone that holds the power of the first amüli king, was lost to Jaecrel when Frendyl retrieved it from the Tomb of the Stone. Now, Jae wanders the icy north of Inrugia, determine... more
  • Frendyl Krune and the Stone Princess (Amüli Chronicles: Frendyl Krune Book 3)

    by Kira A. McFadden
    Not long ago, Frendyl Krune joined his Uncle Melroc on a quest to find the fabled magical gem known as the Blood of the Sun. The gem’s power helped Frendyl learn to cast magic—an amazing feat for someone as young as him—but the gift comes with a cost. The stone is fused with Frendyl’s heart, and no matter where he goes, the stone’s dangerous power threatens those he cares for. To make matters worse, the sorcerer who released an imprisoned amüli claiming to be the rightful king gave Frendyl al... more
  • Frendyl Krune and the Snake Across the Sea

    by Kira A. McFadden
    The Blood of the Sun now sits locked to Frendyl Krune’s heart, and learning to control the awesome power of the relic isn’t the only thing on Frendyl’s mind. His father and cousin have both vanished within the pitch-dark prison maze known as the Catacombs. The only being alive who might know where they are is Vilboyen, ruler of the underworld, but there’s no guarantee he’s anything but a story used to scare amüli children. And that’s not the worst of Frendyl’s problems. An amüli known as Vynd... more
  • Frendyl Krune and the Blood of the Sun

    by Kira A. McFadden
    Frendyl Krune wants to be a knight, to serve the amüli people and never fear what lies ahead. At the age of twelve, he’s a long way from knighthood, and when someone breaks into his family’s estate through the notorious and terrifying prison known as the Catacombs, he quickly decides to face his fears rather than run. No matter how bone-chilling the prison is, Frendyl wants to know what happened and how. To make matters worse, Frendyl discovers the intruder who broke into the Catacombs also f... more
  • Shroud of Eden

    by Marlin Desault
    Captain Scott Drumond’s career is blighted by events that nearly destroy his starship. Demoted, his one chance at redemption comes when a sympathetic Admiral offers him a mission to investigate an anomaly in space. His assignment is anything but routine when he crosses a space-time barrier and discovers the truth of a legendary ghost ship, and a lost colony of refugees who hold a long forgotten secret that will help him defeat a despot at home and turn the tide in battle against alien invaders... more
  • Truly Wicked: Short stories

    by M. E. Matthews
    The first collection of short stories for M. E. Matthews, she brings together and re-imagines stories from her days of blogging. M. E. Matthews blends good old monster tales with stories of lost love. There are thrilling connections between stories; themes of the afterlife, guilt, unrequited love, and missed opportunities. “All Inclusive” is about a kid trying to unravel a mystery. “Beware of Hairy Men” is another take on a werewolf classic. “The Hour” contemplates the afterlife and what if ... more
  • The Bad Game

    by Adam Millard
    YOU DON'T PLAY IT... IT PLAYS YOU. Hemsby is thriving; a seaside town on the up. The holidaymakers are flooding in, and so is the money. For the majority of those who live there, the resort is idyllic. But not for Jamie Garrett. Fifteen years old and bored to tears, Hemsby is the last place he wants to be. Aside from the occasional sea rescue, nothing exciting ever happens. That's about to change as a mysterious new game arrives at the beach-front arcade. No one knows of its origin, ... more
  • Abysmal Canyon, Book 1 of Domina Lumen

    by M.E. Neidhardt

    Fast-paced, action-packed new adult and college tale with crystals, divination, ancient lore, new worlds, supernatural humanoids, intrigue, romance and a plot that will keep you guessing!

    When Ysolde Hartmaan starts to head off to her new life at college, tragedy strikes. She is suddenly plunged into a dark world full of mystery and terror where her unreliable divination skills will mean the difference between life and death. Ysolde learns she is the heir to an ancient legacy – a ... more

  • The Rings of Time: The Early Years Revised

    by MC Pollack
    An invisible spaceship capable of controlling time was created millions of years ago. The ship's purpose was to protect future humanity from the deadly forces of nature and technology. Until now, there was no need. The time is upon us and the ship is here. Who will fulfill its promise? These are "The Early Years Revised," installment one of the first-person account. This is a multi-genre novel with a solid soft science fiction foundation. There are no dragons, vampires, witches, gnome... more
  • Length of Days

    by Rohret Buchner
    A modern college student joins her father on research trip to Antarctica, falls through the ice, and enters Shalemar, a hidden world in the throes of revolution where her coming has been foretold for 500 years. Within days, Shara Kennington will win the heart of the newly crowned king, fight in a decisive battle, learn how to take tea, make a lifelong rival of the would-be queen, and encounter a mysterious presence that appears to her as a sentient light. Initially out of place in a world founde... more
  • Rise of the Spring Tide

    by James Stitt
    Post Reformation, yet on the cusp of the Scientific Revolution, modernity sits like a hazy island far in the distance. Full dominance of the land, of the seas, remains unrealized. Formal religion pervades life, yet, ancient beliefs, a simple reverence for the seasons, the harvest, the tides, remains buried within humanity. Journeying across the Atlantic, to where trees grow to Herculean heights, rivers flow unobstructed, and the earth has yet to yield to the plow, a religious congregation seeks... more
  • The Afterlife - First Steps Into Hell

    by Milo Segalla
    Sam, a teenager killed in a car accident, wakes up in a very strange afterlife. He struggles to make sense of his surroundings and to understand why he's there; and soon discovers bizarre rules and rituals enforced by "The Management." This is not what Sam thought the afterlife would be. Other residents befriended by Sam join him in venturing out into their dark, mysterious environment to look for answers. The underworld, it turns out, is not only dangerous, it is occupied by strange creatur... more

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