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  • Ghost River

    by Chad Ryan

    Everything dies in the desert.

    Orphan Rock, that little sundown town in the middle of the Ghost River Nation. Locals call the land haunted. Wiser folk call it cursed.

    Whatever the case may be, something evil’s stirring under the dirt. This is the story about the folks who still live out there.

    And the dead ones too.

    Part horror, part American magical realism, Chad Ryan’s Ghost River is a dark, gritty, and desolate journey into the peaks and gulches of the h... more

  • The Curse of the Nine

    by Luna Stone
    Embark on a journey infused with magic, destiny, and suspense. Witness two strangers form an unlikely fellowship forged out of the necessity to evade a common foe.
  • Mortal Blow

    by Eliza Hendrix
    She's feisty. She's fearless. And her weapon of choice is sex. Thousand-year-old succubus Alexis Rayne is a hired killer with a long history of legal name changes, a severe drinking problem, and the ability to bring any man or woman to their knees. During a recent job, however, she screws up big time; someone sees her, and now she’s forced to track the bastard down to tie up loose ends. During all of this, her boss calls her up to offer her the job of a lifetime. The only problem is, th... more
  • The Tannhäuser: A Swan Knights Story

    by Stefan Scheuermann

    The Tannhäuser, a legendary knight, poet, and lover, roams through an adventurous life.

    Wikerus, a young German noble joins the Teutonic Order of knights and fights in the Fifth Crusade. He meets the Swan Knight, the sworn protector of the Holy Grail, and becomes his steward. After the crusade, Wikerus lives in a secluded Bavarian valley with the Swan Knight’s family. He finds love and fear, bliss and more war. He escapes his previous life and roams the Holy Roman Empire as a... more

  • The Gotten

    by Rob Tucker

    For Fans of Neil Gaiman, Divergent, and Stranger Things...

    No one knew about the doorbell until the news story of the boys’ mysterious disappearance.

    If certain people couldn’t own the doorbell or if it rejected them, they wanted to destroy it and the boys behind it, calling it a hoax.

    Ivor and Inge Borg have been tracking Astrid Sims, who has escaped from the ancient Norse myth as Skuld, the weaver of the future, fate and destiny of humankind. She’s the no... more

  • Sanctuary (The Dark Days Series Book 2)

    by Christopher Cole
    In the midst of looking for sanctuary in the badlands, Sonny and his friends make it to Fort Gold Rush. A militarized city providing protection from the zombies and predators beyond its walls. However, the military leaders recognize the city’s safety as a sanctuary is only temporary unless they train the next generation of defenders. It’s there that Sonny is introduced to Grim, an unlikely anti-hero who becomes the singularly most important influence in Sonny’s life.As he and his friends adapt t... more
  • Riley's Imaginarium

    by Lucy Prime
    Riley’s Imaginarium is a story of a girl who travels in her dream to an ancient city where people can control the four elements and she learns how to do it herself. Riley is struggling to fit in the social life of Hamilton Primary School and her days are full of bitterness and anxiety. At nights, she can relax and play happily in her dreamland, with her imaginary friend Anuiki – they listen to the tales of the river and make water balls in the sky … Everything looks great until one morning Riley... more
  • Breed

    by Colet Abedi
    Five kingdoms. Five different breeds. Only one can be Alpha. Earth, 2999 A.D. In a small pocket of the only sustainable land on Earth, humanity has evolved into a new breed of species. Amphibians, Birds, Reptiles, Mammals… each human Breed taking on the characteristics of the animal it descends from. All but one. History calls it the Great Cetacean Massacre. Terrified by the intellect of the fifth race, the humans of Kingdom OM committed genocide. For seventeen-year-old, Siren, t... more
  • Smoke and Mirrors: The Trueheart

    by Helene Opocensky
    When you’re a young orphan left to your own devices and living in the wild, finding a warm bed and a guiding hand is magical enough. But when your seeming savior offers explanations of a world of shapeshifting mages that make all too much sense, it’s downright extraordinary. Enter a world where the mystical exists alongside the ordinary, every alliance is subject to suspicion, and the fate of a magical way of life hangs in the balance of a seemingly-impossible mission in Smoke and Mirrors: The T... more
  • Implant

    by Stephen LONG
    Global war allowed the creation of single world government which ordered the fitting of an identity microchip in every newborn. Society is fully controlled and under constant surveillance. Two young rebels break out of their own country and seek sanctuary in the only country the world president does not control. They discover themselves and each other and encounter people with extraordinary capabilities but their flight triggers massive retribution and their journey is fraught with danger, ampli... more
  • The Twice-Drowned Prince

    by L.M. Morrison
    "The prince had no memory of the first time he drowned. The salt numbed his mind. But the second time, it stung. Every breath brought a thousand barbs, slicing his flesh to ribbons without spilling a drop of blood. His lungs screamed as never before—voiceless. What makes a man choose to drown? A great many things, the prince was sure. But for him, it was two eyes more vivid than the sky. Her eyes, her hair, her tail of vibrant blue." After surviving a shipwreck, he seeks out his rescuer. A... more
  • Luray

    by Dennis Haupt

    One of humanity's colonies makes contact with an alien civilization that calls itself the Aurigan Empire. The empire politely demands the United Earth Military's unconditional and immediate surrender and sends wave after wave of warships.

    Strangely, the Aurigan ships are technologically inferior, lack any sort of effective weaponry and are easily shot down - or so the UEM claims. When the colony's investors start getting nervous, acclaimed risk assessment agent Luray Ulyssa ... more

  • Branches

    by Adam Peter Johnson

    "Sometimes it feels like everything caught fire at once. The world took a wrong turn somewhere.”

    What if you discovered the world really did take a wrong turn? If you were offered a way out, would you take it? … And at what cost?

    2021. The good news is that the pandemic never happened here. The bad news … well, it's not great. The unthinkable happened. He won, again. And now there are tanks in the streets. Amid the spiral... more

  • Spirit of the King

    by Amy Hay

    Allegiance is Power. Choose the Strongest.

    Eighteen year old Aria finds her allegiance caught between Keriggor and Eli, the two most powerful opposing spiritual entities in existence. After being set free from a covenant with Keriggor under the presumption she will immediately forge a new covenant with Eli, the two not only war for her loyalty, but stoke her innate desire to wield extreme power. Each offers her a portion of their own by placing a unique seal o... more

  • The Twisty Passages of Time: Book 1: Veer Left for Home

    by K.D. Loveridge
    After the death of Liam's sister, he learns a great family secret. They are refugee's in time from a dystopian past that is on the brink of war.
  • THE ILJJOCK YOKE

    by Anita Vaani

    The Iljjock Yoke is the first novel in the series, Yadduk and the Gods of Seabor. It is the story of a young cowherd named Yadduk who lived in Lachvi, an ancient village that existed in the Himalayas in 294 B.C. He is abducted by the mountain god - an eerie spirit that roams in the mountains and devours young cowherds! The mountain god travels through black holes and carries Yadduk to his home planet, Seabor, which is a strange world of undulating liquid helium oceans and glowing radioactive ... more

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