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  • Rosenhart The Sight

    by A. Roz Mar
    The Trilogy of Rosenhart books tells the tale of a brotherhood of Knights of the Turtledove in the dark time of the 13th century whose mission is both secret and sacred. For those on their own Quest for Truth, and who seek world wisdom through inspiration, this book is meant to encourage that search.
  • An Unlikely Company (The NetherGate Trilogy Book 1)

    by Tyler R Lee
    For nearly a century, the country of Oriod has been at peace. However, dark tidings now threaten to tear it all apart as an evil organization known as the Order of the Fallen Light seeks to free their imprisoned master from her cage in the Nether. Woden, a prideful half-orc, Baelor, a surly dwarf, Jokkoa, a whimsical goblin sorceress, and Amrynn, a paranoid elf and her tiger companion are thrown together by chance. With more than a bit of reluctance, the four loners stumble upon this evil plot a... more
  • Theo Paxstone and the Dragon of Adyron

    by James Turner
    Young Theo Paxstone aspires to a better life. A virtual slave at a steam mech repair shop, he slaves away under the sharp watch of Master Grimes, along with dozens of other orphan boys. The biggest and meanest of them, Grant, has in it for Theo and his best friend, Ollie, the shop’s part spotter bird. Every day is a struggle for survival. When a dragon attacks the royal tournament and sets it aflame, Theo escapes to help. He saves an elderly steam knight, Sir Bentham, from the blaze, assiste... more
  • Fred the Beavercorn

    by Gene Kirschbaum

    Fred the Beavercorn was born of beaver mother and a unicorn father. His mother was a typical "busy beaver," forever working to provide for her family.  On the other hand, his father was a carefree fellow, passionately following his dreams and doing what he loved.  Fred came to appreciate the attributes of both his parents and determined that he should try very hard in school, so that he can qualify for a job that both provides for his family and that he loves.

  • 9780996383936

    by J. C. Stevens
    Magic and adventure abound in this second book in the Dragon Lad trilogy. The "Tale of the Talisman" follows our young dragon-hatched hero as he seeks his parents, his past and his destiny in Roman-ruled Britannia. A boy without a history—at least one that he can remember—Dirk turns to his shape-shifting friends for help. They launch him on a quest involving the one clue he has to his previous existence: a magic talisman. The wizard Beldor gives Dirk a ring that allows him to re-enter the ... more
  • Threads (Fabric of the Universe Book 1)

    by Tom Tinney
    It's the year 2576 and humanity has moved out into the galaxy, establishing the MetroStellar in a new age of manifest destiny. A chance encounter plants an evil seed, and a psychotic killer begins stalking the female population of the MetroStellar. It's up to the USS Marshal Service to find him before he kills again. In another part of the galaxy, a lone Marshal, on a routine undercover mission, stumbles into a 300-year-old cover-up. Both cases begin and end with the Intra Stellar Trans... more
  • Blood of Invidia: Maestru Series Book 1

    by Tom Tinney

    2017 Dragon Award Finalist.

    10,000 years ago, a majestic race of beings waged war across our galaxy. They were the Invidians and they conquered worlds. They were driven to build their empire and fulfill their destiny. But they were mortal, so they sought the secret to eternal life. They found it.

    And then they disappeared.

    Tomorrow afternoon, a Vampire battles Werewolves in the middle of Times Square. Shortly after, the Grays arrive to calm our fears. Find out... more

  • London Hat Hunting Mission

    by Winnie Mak Tselikas
    Four little Londoners, Hope, Jun, Lea and Parth, come from a different cultural background, are good friends living in London. They are travelling to the iconic places around the city in search of magic hats to cure Mr Globe’s headache. The book is illustrated with a mix of real life photographs of iconic places in London and digital illustration so children can have a vivid visual experience of London and at the same time open up their world of imagination.
  • A Threatening Fragility (Transformation Project Book 3)

    by Lela Markham
    Emmaus, Kansas has survived terrorist attacks on distant cities, the disruption of communications and supply networks, looting, and radioactive rain by forging their own disaster plan, but what happens when the government finally shows up to help them. What's a town of law-abiding individuals supposed to do when what they need for survival clashes with official policy?
  • Threads (Fabric of the Universe Book 1)

    by Tom Tinney
    It's the year 2576 and humanity has moved out into the galaxy, establishing the MetroStellar in a new age of manifest destiny. A chance encounter plants an evil seed, and a psychotic killer begins stalking the female population of the MetroStellar. It's up to the USS Marshal Service to find him before he kills again. In another part of the galaxy, a lone Marshal, on a routine undercover mission, stumbles into a 300-year-old cover-up. Both cases begin and end with the Intra Stellar Trans... more
  • Blood of Invidia: Maestru Series Book 1

    by Tom Tinney

    2017 Dragon Award Finalist.
    10,000 years ago, a majestic race of beings waged war across our galaxy. They were the Invidians and they conquered worlds. They were driven to build their empire and fulfill their destiny. But they were mortal, so they sought the secret to eternal life.

    They found it.

    And then they disappeared.

    Tomorrow afternoon, a Vampire battles Werewolves in the middle of Times Square. Shortly after, the Grays arrive to calm our fears. Fin... more

  • The Talented

    by J.R. McGinnity
    Adrienne Rydaeg has always defined herself as one thing: a soldier. In Kyrog, the elite camp that Adrienne has trained at for over a decade, she works with the best soldiers to keep the plains of Samaro free and to prepare for the never-ending war against Almet. When Adrienne is approached about a mission that could help change the course of the war forever, she is left with the choice of whether to stay in the place she loves, or leave behind everything she knows.
  • The Abduction Chronicles

    by Thomas L. Hay
    Based on some true mysterious and compelling life events of the author who experienced some unusual phenomenon in his life. His ex-wife claimed they were abducted, on several occasions, by beings who were not of this world. He was unaware of them until he melted their instilled memory blocks. Who are the abductors? Where are they from? What do they want? The answers will torment his reality.
  • Eramore: Forget the Trails

    by Jake Deibler
    Join these unlikely heroes on their misadventures to save the kingdom of Eramore from lord Magnus. Chivalry is dead. The knights of Eramore were defeated long ago in the war against Lord Magnus. With King Roger in hiding, Magnus and his minions hold uncontested power over the land. Lord Magnus unearthed ancient technology, creating rigs to steal the world's magical life force. As a result of his tampering, he has thrown off the balance of nature and the boundaries that separate one world from... more
  • Midshipman Henry Gallant in Space (The Henry Gallant Saga Book 1)

    by H. Peter Alesso
    Follow the career of a young officer in the 22nd Century genetically engineered space navy.
  • The Temptation of Dragons (Penny White Book 1)

    by Chrys Cymri
    Bishop Nigel smiled at me. ‘Holy water doesn’t harm vampires. Which is just as well, as it would make it impossible to baptise them.’ When I was asked by a dragon to give him the last rites, I never dreamed it would lead to negotiating with his cannibalistic family or running from snail sharks. Life as the priest of a small English village is quite tame in comparison. At least I have Morey, a gryphon with sarcasm management issues, to help me. And if all else fails, there’s always red wine an... more

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