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  • Elemental: Forgotten Heritage

    by C.G. Macington
    18-year-old orphan Noah lives a simple life in poverty with his grandmother. This changes overnight, as he comes into an elemental inheritance with god-imbued powers and learns he is the last descendant of an ancient line of royal magic. Noah is swept into a journey fleeing from a corrupted ruler hellbent on destroying the last remnants of Noah's lineage. His journey is filled with magic, danger, and a forbidden love with a man from his dreams. Now Noah's choices will save - or destroy - the Kin... more
  • Darragh: Dragon

    by Arden Erimitis
    Everything within her quarreled over whether she wanted to be more gnome than dragon, or more dragon than gnome. When her adoptive family enrolls her in the impressive Breezemaple Academy, Dragon believes it holds the key to the missing pieces of her past. Surrounded by students and teachers from all across the enchanted land of Darragh, she hopes she'll finally stop feeling like an outsider. On her first day, she feels lost, overwhelmed, and betrayed. She believed meeting other dragons would ... more
  • Bonds

    by Drew Goodman
    Phaidros and Charon, sons of a respected member of The Order of The Ignited, find their lives forever altered when tragedy strikes. As the threat of exile looms and avenging their father's death becomes their desperate mission, the brothers embark on divergent paths. Phaidros, determined to protect his cindered brother, reluctantly joins the Order. Bound by loyalty and a ticking clock, he navigates the treacherous path of following in the footsteps of his father, risking his life and soul in ... more
  • GILM!

    by Brian Corley
    As the reluctant new kid in town, having left his friends and their would-be band behind, Geoff Smith is trying his best to navigate the complexities of Alder High (go 'Varks). One could say he’s a little more comfortable with a guitar in his hands than with chatting up his peers or his major crush, Corinne. His father, a professor and collector of magical oddities, is a local goth hero, but that doesn’t exactly boost Geoff's popularity. However, his dad’s latest find, a mysterious book of spell... more
  • Imago: A Dystopian Gothic

    by Matthew Zakharuk

    Forsake the world that hates you. Embrace its monster.

    Tresor Institute accepts only the worthy, and Ada Călinescu is anything but. Intractable, mannish, a child of convicted terrorists, she can at best hope to be overlooked. Yet somehow the Institute accepts her application for transfer. Her ticket to the polar town of Heilung, home of the Institute, arrives free of charge.

    Her only chance to forge a brighter future.

    Except Heilung welcomes Ada with news of... more

  • Touch of Faete (Bradaís Pledge Book 1)

    by Ligia de Wit
    Ryanne Kelly’s fae gift of foresight makes her a target for bradaís or—as her pixie companion Bricius calls them—pirates. When bradaí Titus Doyle kidnaps her, Ryanne must face the truth of her power or lose it forever. Titus’s instincts tell him to kill fae and collect gold. Yet something deep inside muddles the darkness and yearns for more. Ryanne and Titus are fated to change the destiny of both races, whether that means destruction or salvation depends on their choices.
  • The Middle of the End

    by Melanie K. Moschella
    Her loyalties torn, Meera finds herself caught in the middle-the middle of the end. Meera has freed herself from her dungeon cell, but she has not quite freed herself from her grief and guilt. Desperate for atonement, she leads Kennick, Shael, and Linus to Harringbay to seek forgiveness from the duke's family for her part in his death. The duke's daughter, Emmaline, is sick-plagued by a lifetime illness that she fears will kill her. Emmaline requests Meera's assistance in reaching her ance... more
  • A Flight of Fancy

    by Melanie K. Moschella
    Meera is ready to fight. She's ready to stand up for humans everywhere and end the war. But a single moment could turn all of her plans to ash ... After fleeing an attack by the Queen's Council, Meera's safety and-more importantly-her relationship with Kennick are both up in the air. Kennick goes back to treating her like the night of the ball never happened, forcing Meera to decide what she wants and whether she's brave enough to ask for it. Meanwhile, the knell queen reveals herself as a... more
  • As Easy as Falling

    by Melanie K. Moschella
    Meera has it all figured out: she's a raek rider, she's going to end the war, and the man she loves might even love her back. She has everything under control ... until she bursts into flames. After Meera emerges from her magic-induced coma with a powerful knell body, she soon discovers that the wild raek has given her more than she'd bargained for: the horrifying ability to conjure raek fire. Unable to control her magic and afraid she will burn down everything she has built for herself, Meer... more
  • A Warrior at Heart

    by Melanie K. Moschella
    In this gripping sequel to Iron-Bound Flames, Meera faces an obstacle even more powerful than an iron-fisted king: love. She did it-she freed Shael and his raek and landed herself alone in a strange land in the process. Now, Shael offers to take her, and Meera is thrust into a society in which humans are detested and magic is commonplace. Finding her new home-and host-more seductive than she could have ever anticipated, Meera envisions a future for herself among the raek riders. However, a... more
  • Iron-Bound Flames

    by Melanie K. Moschella
    She will play many roles for her king: spy, interrogator, even weapon. But what if she wants to be a hero? Ordinary and lonely kitchen maid, Meera Hailship, volunteers to feed a dangerous creature imprisoned at the palace. Her impulsive decision could end in disembowelment, but against all odds, she survives, striking an unexpected bargain with the deadly creature and an even more unexpected friendship. Meera's fondness for the feathered, fire-breathing beast called a raek will force her to c... more
  • The Beast Keepers

    by Julie Fudge Smith
    The Beast Keepers is the story of Jonathan F. St. Roche, a young veterinarian who takes a job in the rural Ohio town of Carrollton. He soon discovers it is a safe haven for a menagerie of mythical creatures (including a pregnant pegasus, a flying monkey with a sprained wing, a centaur with Cushing’s disease, and a unicorn with a sweet tooth) who rely on him for their medical care and shelter from the outside world. When a deadly basilisk threatens the town, Jonathan and his new friends must bala... more
  • The Pirate's Curse: Brigands of the Compass Rose

    by Toni Runkle and Steve Webb

    "It's Treasure Island meets The Outsiders... a grand adventure not to be missed." –Haris Orkin, award-winning author of the James Flynn Escapades

    Abandoned as an infant, 15-year-old Bonnie Hartwright doesn't know who she really is. And that just might get her killed.

    After her latest scrape with the law, foster girl Bonnie is abruptly carted off to a "reform sailing camp" on the Carolina coast. There, she discovers the camp is actually a training compound of a centuries-old secret... more

  • The Yellow House, Susceptible to Broken Windows

    by Daniel
    Where to begin… Take a moment to breathe. The door isn’t yellow, I know. “It’s infuriating.” We know it’s infuriating, Paul, but we’ve only just arrived. “I haven’t even been given any directions. How am I going to find her office?” It’s unlikely that you will. He hasn’t even crossed the threshold and the complaining has begun. What will he say to her yellow stripe, to the cannon on the roof and the politics found in the halls? It’s hard to imagine but it won’t be hard for long. Open the door an... more
  • LIGHT of the MAGOS

    by T.A.C. Wilson
  • Forbidden Knowledge: Two Tales of Lovecraftian Terror

    by Tony LaMalfa
    In two novellas, Tony LaMalfa has weaved a rich tapestry of Lovecraftian horror that evokes the shade of the Master himself. “The Face on the Floor” explores the fate of the young Jonathan Danforth’s tortured involvement with Andre Oswald, a fellow student at Miskatonic University whose quest to read the Necronomicon engulfs Danforth in a baffling web of horror and tragedy. “If Only Skin Deep” takes us to New Zealand, where the young scholar Myriam Delacroix investigates a remote tribe that se... more