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  • Clockwork Gypsy: Book Two of the Enchanter Chronicles

    by Jeri Westerson
    A diabolical plot is afoot to kill thousands by connecting England’s railway lines to a deadly curse. The beautiful and mysterious Mingli Zhao, Special Inspector to Scotland Yard, enlists the help of Leopold Kazsmer, the Great Enchanter, who uses his skills with summoning Jewish daemons to perform true magic to help solve supernatural crimes. Meanwhile, a Hungarian Romani—part man, part clockwork—will stop at nothing to kill the man he believes is responsible for his Hell of an existence that is... more
  • Criterium

    by Tyler Jones
    Fighting the same addiction that killed his father, a young man stumbles across a strange bike that take him on a terrifying ride into darkness.
  • Fear Power (The Fear Chronicles Book 2)

    by C.C. Bolick
    Rena Mason once feared never being able to explore her feelings for Travis. Now she fears not being able to save everyone she cares about. As her fear grows, so does her power. With Travis’s help, she fights to uncover what really happened to her mom, along with the secrets her dad still hides. When a renegade agent puts Rena in the agency’s crosshairs, other agents question their ability to contain her. If she could just figure out how to fly without crashing to the ground, maybe she could c... more
  • Beyond the Red Forest

    by Alex Hayes
    Royal blood is the key. And Zera’s is on the line. Disposable in the eyes of her father, Zera must undertake a mission to unlock a tower on the other side of their poisoned kingdom and collect two urgently needed energy cells. Zera’s only value is that of a biological “key.” Until her father gives her a life or death deadline. She must return before her twenty-first birthday, or he’ll shut down life support to the lower levels of the city, threatening thousands, including friends she can’t bea... more
  • Silken Scales

    by Alex Hayes
    It was never about the Beast. What matters is finding Beauty in the unexpected. Idris thinks he only has one problem in life—escaping his dad’s mega plans for his future. A doom he can’t see a way to escape. — Until Idris morphs into a monster. Foster kid Cadi Rhoswen has finally found a loving home… Then a malicious high school jock turns her whole world upside down. The next thing she knows, she’s wandering the streets in the middle of winter. Alone. — Until she discovers a bea... more
  • Anathema

    by Rich Yoder
    Cover depicts an evil wizard practicing his sorcery with a background of fire
  • Cooper B. and the Scavenger Hunt

    by Michael Shane Leighton
    An eleven-year-old orphan never realized just how special he was until he traveled to a distant world and discovered he possessed an extraordinary ability known as the Guild. Cooper B. spent his entire childhood moving from one orphanage to another until his peculiar caseworker Ms. Pedigree dropped him off at St. Mary’s Academy for the Exceptional Youth. There, he met his two best friends, and together they embarked on grand adventures to help them escape from their reality of being the forgo... more
  • 2028: The Rebellion

    by N. L. Brisson
    This is a Trumpian Fantasy. It imagines what could happen if Trump wins in 2020 and beyond. It is a work of fiction, but it is an attempt to extrapolate what it might look like if Republican and Evangelical policies were implemented, backed by an empowered Trump who has declared himself President for Life. Can a ‘rag tag group’ of rebels from the American Prison States restore our Republic and turn the Confederated States of America back into the United States of America?
  • Of Gods and Goddesses

    by Lynne Hill-Clark
    Apocalypse 2020 … WHAT? “This book is a great conclusion to the series! A definite page turner. This book covers loyalty, bravery, sacrifice, betrayal and truth. I found myself emotionally impacted by the plot twists and found myself racing through the book praying for my favorite characters to make it out alive. This series is NOT your average vampire story, it is so much more. I highly recommend it!” — Jennifer Vallachia and her Court find themselves in a new world, one that is wakin... more
  • Of Princes and Dragons

    by Lynne Hill-Clark
    Fantasy Meets History in an Epic Adventure “I cannot wait to read the next one. It’s fast paced reading about an unfamiliar world. It seems like it could be real!” — Mbhutches “Keeps you on your toes waiting for what will happen next! Great characters and history!”  — Miller If a hero is the character who changes the most, then that is TELLER! His story is one of action and adventure as he learns to function, somewhat, as a vampire amongst humans. Enough is never enough for Teller... more
  • Of Lords and Commoners

    by Lynne Hill-Clark
    Humans Have Always Had to Fight Plagues … “This book was exactly what I was looking for. A breath of fresh air, as it tells the tale of a commoner thrust into a world of lords and vampires. It spans many years with many historical events, times, and places not like your average twilight telling in a high school back ground. I would recommend this book to anyone.” — Sanders The only future Vallachia could have imagined, as well as her wonderfully simple life disappears when she finds hers... more
  • Nectar and Ambrosia

    by E.M. Hamill
    Callie, a Classics major, flees home to protect her family from a monster straight out of mythology. Visions lead her to Nectar and Ambrosia: the weirdest pub on Earth, where inter-dimensional travelers with attention seeking issues get drunk in between the A-list celebrity lives they create. They can't pretend to be gods anymore—not since a treaty with the current Supreme Deity promising they won't intervene in human affairs. When angels show up for a war council over Zeus's irrational mutters... more
  • Lost Universe

    by Keith Brandon
    16 adventurers depart from Earth on a mission to find the end of the universe. They failed to consider whether the end of the universe wished to be found... or whether it should be? Welcome to the year 2255. The Federation are now calling the shots and their tales of visits to Earth and secret testing on humans are disturbing and frightening. The crew must keep all their wits about them to survive this. The Earth they are told is no more; but is this the truth? Or is it part of an elaborate ... more
  • The Wintermaker

    by Jason Lee Willis
    Thanks to the tutelage of his Ojibwe great-grandmother, sixteen-year-old Levi MacPherson learns he will have a key role in the fulfillment of the Seven Fires Prophecies. Before he can fulfill his destiny, he must first understand the past. If he is to prevent death from claiming his loved ones in Hiawatha County, he must seek guidance from those who survived the terrible blizzards and subsequent flood that ravaged Minnesota in the spring of 1962. Levi turns to Sheriff Forsberg, who was thirteen ... more
  • The Fire Handler

    by Jason Lee Willis
    1897: In the pine forests of central Minnesota lives the surviving family of the Wijigan Clan, a branch of the Chippewa Indian nation that has survived a cross-continent exodus to arrive at their destination--Lake Manitou. Yet at the turn of the 19th Century, the United States government is trying to remove the Chippewa from prime logging lands through extortion and mandated boarding schools. Lily Asibikaashi, who lives a simple life with her mother and younger brother, has already rejected her ... more
  • Alpha and Omega

    by Carol T. Luna

    Ao never believed in monsters—not after being branded one since childhood. Exiled, he lives with his adoptive guardian, Kaisei Aizawa, amidst verdant valleys surrounded by desolation.

    Humanity only had themselves to blame for the wretched landscape. Their war poisoned the seas. Their greed coveted the fertile and the green.

    Their ambition set it ablaze.

    One hundred years had passed since the war banished Talus to the skies. Doomed to chase the sun, the once proud natio... more

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