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  • Thieves of Islar: Book One of The Heirs of Bormeer

    by James Shade
    Jaeron thought he understood the streets of Islar. He thought he had come to accept his decision to follow his father's plan for him, to become a thief in a city rife with corruption rather than pursue his own interest in the priesthood. Family came first. Then he and his siblings return home from their first 'job' to find their father dying--murdered--and a package stained in his blood. A package containing three exceptional wooden toys and a decade old letter hinting at their lives prior to th... more
  • Redemption Song: The Beginning of the Rynn-Human Alliance

    by Henry A. Burns

    Part Hero’s Journey, part Military Science Fiction, part Space Opera with just a touch of Fantasy thrown in for good measure.

    A child of wealth and privilege, Small Snow Flower is a member of a highly intelligent spacefaring species called the Rynn. Although she is young and untested, she is given a trading ship to command by her father. But just months into her first voyage there is a mutiny, and Small Snow Flower finds herself marooned on a primitive planet, believing she will d... more

  • The Day The Sun Changed Colors

    by Scott Talbot Evans
    The year is 4377. The world is a utopia. Robots and superadvanced technology do all the work, and everyone is rich and famous. There are no wars or diseases. Everything is perfect until one day when the Sun, for some reason, starts to glow red, which is quite the conversation starter. Over time this phenomenon intensifies and changes hues, bathing the world in ever changing colors. People realize that these colors are affecting their minds. Red causes excitation; green sedation; and blue... more
  • Educations’ Future With The Advent Of Artificial Intelligence

    by Kevin Nelson

    Although it has not yet been made to become standard in schools, there have been traces of association of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the education sector in the recent years process analysis essay topics for college students serves as proof to this. In many different ways, artificial intelligence and education seem like they have been cut out for each other. Education is used as a tool that assists in the development... more

  • Witch Tower (Miskatonic University) (Volume 1)

    by Lawrence King

    An unexpected opportunity
    A secluded New England university campus
    It’s a chance for a new life, right?

    When would-be professor “Mac” Mackenzie accepts a job at Miskatonic University, he’s eager to get started. He has few prospects, overdue student loans and a desire to begin a career. Mac is willing to leave friends and family behind for the right teaching position. But is this the right position? With its isolated location, medieval architecture ... more

  • The Egyptian Elixir: Historical Suspense (The Unofficial Chronicles of John Grissom Book 2)

    by Page Zaplendam
    It's not everyday that someone attempts to murder the Foreign Secretary on the floor of parliament. Vampire turned Runner, John Grissom, is a founding member of Bow Street's new clandestine investigative division, Odd Crimes. He finds himself witnessing an assassination attempt on the Foreign Secretary. And then discovers London's most notorious purveyor of stolen goods at the bottom of it. Being a vampire certainly helps in his new investigative position, but the elusive fence and the E... more
  • Order of the Blood: The Unofficial Chronicles of John Grissom

    by Page Zaplendam
    The Napoleonic War rages, King George III is mad, and a dark secret society looks to take advantage. John Grissom's enhanced vampiric hearing leads him to investigate the oldest and most powerful order of vampires in England. His investigation takes him from London to Brighton and back again, from a vampire proof dungeon to a glittering masked assembly. What he discovers could turn the tide of war in Napoleon's favor. He hopes to succeed in preventing it, but he'll be powerless to do anyt... more
  • The Ogress' Son

    by Page Zaplendam
    It's a new Dark Age. 200 YEARS AGO: An apocalyptic level scientific overreach catastrophe reversed the poles, killed off 97% of the world's population, and caused inheritable genetic anomalies in some of the few who survived. TODAY: Those with flawed genes, the Unearthly, are pariahs, science and technology is regulated by a despotic king, lawlessness has given way to local fiefdoms, and a new dark age has arisen, explaining what were once scientific facts as legend, lore, and myth. ... more
  • Project Mothership: space marines, robots, and Captain Crunch (The Prince of Qorlec Book 1)

    by Ash Gray

    Rose, a sweet and kind librarian, is on her honeymoon  when the trip takes a turn for the worst and she is abducted by aliens. When the spacecraft is attacked by the enemies of Empress Nashal, Rose makes it back to Earth freshly impregnated by alien royalty with said enemies on her heels. Now faced with running for her life, she is joined by Zita, a cheerful and beautiful alien marine, who becomes her guardian and protector . . . and the love of her life.

  • Time Candle

    by Veronica Dale

    When saviors need saving, when healers are wounded, only risk, heartbreak, and courage can find a way out. After a life-long separation, nineteen-year-old twin brothers Sheft and Teller are finally reunited in the Seani, the small resistance community where they were born. They are the Seani’s last hope in its secret collaboration with down-trodden villagers and beleaguered forest-warriors against the ruthless Spider-king. But an unknown poison has left the brothers with only thirteen h... more

  • The Changeling Warriors

    by Doug Wilson
    Peter, a 13 year old English boy, is forced to spend vacation with widowed aunt on island off coast of Ireland. Meets Siobhan, a local girl. Villagers have begun to disappear and the the black night horror horses of Irish legend the dullaghans arrive. The two find they are changelings, swapped at birth but really part of the Irish faery world. Embark on fearsome defense against the Miasma of Evil set to destroy the influences for good. Along with leprechauns, transformed bears and Grace O.Malle... more
  • Between Lies

    by Alison L. Perry
    Sadie Criswel is a teenage vampire misfit who can’t do anything right. After flunking out of University, where she couldn’t keep up with her vampire peers, she’s persuaded her parents to let her try human high school, where she hopes to better fit in. Now attending Jefferson High, Sadie makes new friends… and foes. To thwart a new set of mean girls, she accidentally ends up running for Homecoming Queen. And though she’s still dating Kade, from University, Jefferson’s resident bad boy catches ... more
  • Caught in Between

    by Alison L. Perry
    She’s not like the others… Sixteen-year-old Sadie is a vampire who faints at the sight of blood, trips over her own feet, and can only, at best, be called cute. As the imperfect middle child in a perfect vampire family, she struggles to fit into a world where she is different from everyone else. Forced to follow her parents’ wishes by attending University, the local finishing school for graceful young vampires, she soon becomes the laughingstock of her oh-so-perfect class. But when the mo... more
  • The Colins Godson Annual

    by Adam Smith
    years in the making, 'The Colin's Godson Annual' is a unique graphic novel experience that will have strong appeal with aficionados of 90s Britpop nostalgia, convoluted nested plotlines, and very daffy humour. (as well grotty fanzine level Herge pastiche artwork). Ostensibly and initially, It illustrates the offworld adventures of the real life (if terminally unpopular) music group Colins Godson, (check put their fulsome back catalogue here: colinsgodson.bandcamp.com ) they travel across... more
  • Building a Trade Empire (Wyrms of Pasandir Book 4)

    by Paul E. Horsman
    Trade had been Shaw’s life, her dream, her future – until a terrible fire destroyed her parents and their business. Now the 15-year-old orphan follows the wyrmcaller, using her mercantile genius to sell his honestly gained loot and finance his battle against pirates and jinn. When Wyrmcaller Eskandar leaves for the north, she gets the chance to branch out. A large cargo of confiscated foreign goodies brings in much more gold than she had expected, and with that money she opens her first trad... more
  • The Road to Kalbakar: Wyrms of Pasandir

    by Paul E. Horsman
    Seventeen-year-old Eskandar is the lowest of the low among the crew of the Navy sloop Tipred. As ship's boy, he runs messages, gets the dirtiest jobs and tries to stay out of his betters' way. It is a dull but safe life, for the tired old Tipred patrols a shipping lane to nowhere and nothing ever happens to disturb their peace. None aboard know Eskandar's big secret. For he is not alone. In his head lives the voice of Teodar, who has guided and guarded him all his life, and who is teaching hi... more

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