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  • The Goblin Squad

    by Jeremy Hayes
    The town of Reflection Falls has a problem…goblins! The annoying little creatures creep down from their caves in the mountains to steal vegetables from farms and gardens. The brave knights of the realm are far too busy keeping their lands safe from real threats, such as dragons and trolls, so the Goblin Squad was formed. When children reach the age of ten, they participate in a series of yearly contests in order to be chosen as the next members of the squad. Their duties involve patrolling the t... more
  • Murder In Absentia: Urban Fantasy in Ancient Rome (Stories of Togas, Daggers, and Magic Book 1)

    by Assaph Mehr

    This is the first Story of Togas, Daggers and Magic - for lovers of Ancient Rome, Murder Mysteries, and Urban Fantasy.

     

    "Mehr creates a vivid cast and an equally vivid setting in which magic just seems to fit in perfectly."

    -- Richard Knaak, NYT best-selling author ofauthor of Legends of Huma

     

    "Mehr's imagined world based on ancient Rome feels at once familiar and dream... more

  • Whispers From The Abyss 2: The Horrors That Were and Shall Be

    by Kat Rocha
    The WHISPERS FROM THE ABYSS anthology series returns with more H.P. Lovecraft-inspired fiction created for readers on the go. Contained within are 25 spine-chilling tales by Laird Barron (The Imago Sequence), Cody Goodfellow (Spore), Greg Stolze (Delta Green), A.C. Wise (Future Lovecraft), John Palisano (Dust of the Dead), John C. Foster (Dead Men), Orrin Grey (Painted Monsters & Other Strange Beasts), Dennis Detwiller (Delta Green), Chad Fifer (The H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast), Konstantine ... more
  • The Girl and the Clockwork Cat: Clockwork Enterprises Book One

    by Nikki McCormack
    Feisty teenage thief Maeko and her maybe-more-than-friend Chaff have scraped out an existence in Victorian London’s gritty streets, but after a near-disastrous heist leads her to a mysterious clockwork cat and two dead bodies, she’s thrust into a murder mystery that may cost her everything she holds dear.
  • The Girl and the Clockwork Conspiracy: Clockwork Enterprises Book Two

    by Nikki McCormack
    Maeko hasn't been long away from the gritty London streets and she's already learning that her new “civilized” life comes with its own challenges. She has to dress proper, eat proper and be a proper lady. If not for her feline companion Macak, she might go mad. Her one hope for some freedom and excitement comes when the moody detective, Em, asks her to be an apprentice. But everything changes when Lucian's brother dies in an explosion while visiting Lucian’s home in the heart of London. The Lite... more
  • Dissident: Forbidden Things Book One

    by Nikki McCormack
    An orphan from a disgraced family, trapped by her father’s treason, Indigo struggles to reclaim her place in a society that has driven her into an abusive engagement until a mysterious stranger from a neighboring country contacts her through magic. He needs help escaping his prison so he can bring an end to his emperor's oppressive rule or die trying. His unshakable devotion to his cause and the passion hidden behind his cool arrogance move her to help him at the risk of being branded a traitor ... more
  • Water Works (Emma & the Elementals Book 2)

    by Tanya Karen Gough

    Three years have passed, and Emma has settled comfortably into her new life. The basement brownies, the troll-green siren Leucosia, and the prehistoric bird George have faded into memory, mere stories she told her best friend Reggie when they were little. Her battle with the evil witch was nothing more than the product of her overactive childhood imagination. But then it starts to rain.

    Before she knows it, Emma is back in Under, this time with sick Reggie in tow. With the help of her f... more

  • The Last Giant: Transgression, Part 2 (The Lindensaga(TM) Book 1)

    by J. R. Hardesty
    His decision made, Menannon returns to Kalyria to face the increasing evil and soon finds himself swept up in the rapidly escalating events. Faced with a growing despotism led by the Black Teluri Azuron, open rebellion erupts with Menannon and his father, Gorlanndon, in the thick of it. In the face of a strengthening opposition, Azuron resorts to desperate tactics with unexpectedly disastrous results. Who will survive and who will perish?
  • Evan & the Land of Letin: A Heart Afire (Volume 1)

    by Jared T.L.C.
    Teens that still secretly yearn for alternate lives in the lands of Oz or Narnia must read Evan & the Land of Letin: A Heart Afire. This first installment in a fresh new series is contemporary take on classic otherworld tales. But instead of the expected adolescent leading our way through a new world, we have Evan Transce, a complex protagonist less like Dorothy Gale and more like Holden Caulfield and Charlie the Wallflower.
  • Perfect Likeness

    by J. M. Phillippe
    Quick-witted 24-year-old office worker Allyson Smart is the perfect woman -- in her dreams. In real life, Ally has to deal with the clumsiness of her size-16 body, the good intentions of her over-achiever best-friend, and the condescending attitude of her too-cool little sister. Ally strives for the kind of unachievable perfection she has in her fantasies: amazing body, clever come-backs, and passionate romances. But when the fantasized version of herself shows up in her bathroom mirror, calling... more
  • A World Rebuilt

    by R.K. Ward
    Charlie Spencer should not exist. She should have died in the explosion that started World War III. Instead, she survives and finds herself 1,000 years in a future where her very existence must be hidden. The world is still tainted with nuclear waste, causing sickness and death. The waste is also responsible for a small number of mutants whose presence seems to prevent and even cure disease. Charlie is one of these mutants, her DNA changed by a millennium of exposure to the waste. She may hold ... more
  • After the Harvest

    by Rochelle Karina
    Justice is not a dish served in this town. Twenty-­five years ago, Patty and Bobby drove across country to visit his family for the holidays, but they got lost in rural Texas. When their car breaks down near an old, abandoned gas station, they decide to stay for the night and seek help in the morning. However, everything is not as it seems. The town has a very dark secret that they will do anything to keep quiet. Patty is kidnapped and eventually faces the horrific truth. She must find a w... more
  • When I Find Her

    by Kate Bridges

    A powerful, heroic story of young adult romance for readers of all ages.

    Luke Eric is left devastated when the irresistible new girl from high school who secretly shares his locker, Jennifer Marks, leaves town without a trace. The past year has been brutal. After fighting an unexpected illness, Luke is now strong and fearless. He’s ready to battle for the moments that could change his future forever.

    Using magical red dice, nicknamed “Vegas apples,” Luke... more

  • God of Dung

    by A.A. Jordan
    Clarence is a retired architect looking to check himself into a senior’s home, but after one too many beers he wakes up one morning in a home for retired Gods – millions of them. From every age and every faith, these disagreeable deities are crammed into a temple that has long since exceeded its maximum capacity, and they’re praying for Clarence to give their small sanctuary an urgent upgrade before it reaches critical mass.
  • Anomaly Flats

    by Clayton Smith
    Somewhere just off the interstate, in the heart of the American Midwest, there’s a quaint, quirky town where the stars in the sky circle a hypnotic void….where magnetic fields play havoc with time and perception…where metallic rain and plasma rivers and tentacles in the plumbing are simply part of the unsettling charm. Mallory Jenkins is about to experience the unique properties of this place for herself – she’ll have no choice, considering the collapsed bridge that rerouted her urgent and myste... more
  • B00VZO2242

    by Axel Blackwell
    Anna Dufresne lives in a factory that eats children. If the brutal machines don't kill Anna, her guardians' neglect and abuse surely will. The only thing this abandoned teen wants is out. But the factory is inside a stone fortress, on an island, where people are sent to be forgotten. It serves as a dumping ground – both for orphans who are not welcome at finer institutions, and for nuns who have disgraced the Church. The walls of Saint Frances du Chantal's Orphan Asylum hum with secrets and buri... more

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