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  • Origins (New Earth Book 2)

    by Tigris Eden
    When Genesis Blackmore returns to Sector 12 of the Dark Colonies to start her next semester at the Academy, a new breed of humans, called Gen One's, have been intricately ingrained into New Earth's s society. Treated as slaves to the evolving vampiric population, they hold no true status in life. Genesis, a Gen One herself is now faced with the harsh reality; she too, could become enslaved. Matched to Xander Treegold, she questions his motives at every turn when his promise of an equal partn... more
  • Diamond: Beyond The Red Door (V Vices Book 1)

    by Tigris Eden
    The first book in a New Series by Author Tigris Eden, join the men of a post-apocalyptic New York City, as they over indulge in their vices.
  • THE TWELVE COINS

    by TREVOR J. BRUNSINK
    Upon a distant magical island, seven animal races have taken on human characteristics–sheep, goats, llamas, horses, eagles, wolves, and snakes. Medieval kingdoms have been built and alliances formed. Prince Angor, raised by the evil king, desires justice. However, his plan leads him down a road that he never quite imagined. To make things right, he must journey across Choice Island and back again to find twelve gold coins–or, rather, for the coins to find him, based upon the purity of his motive... more
  • MAR Rising

    by Craig Brusseau
    Madison is a musically gifted 15-year-old living on the streets of Boston after slipping away from an abusive foster home. After narrowly escaping death when the building she is hiding in undergoes a controlled demolition, Madison learns from the authorities that she is not an orphan at all: a twin brother and aunt have been searching a decade for her. Madison soon finds herself on a new journey to reunite with her long-lost family, only to discover that nothing in life stays good for long. The ... more
  • The Girl Who Stole Tomorrow (S-Impact Book 1)

    by DB McDowell
    As Seeker 13, Alycia Saldevia is committed to eliminating the seijin - elemental monsters that have driven humanity underground. Her ambition is shattered when a dangerous mission leads her to discover that the real monsters may not be the creatures on the surface. On the run from people she once trusted, Alycia struggles to comprehend right from wrong. As she unravels dark secrets about the seijin and her own people, all she can be sure of is that her decisions will impact the world forever.
  • A little Siren: A modern fairy tale (Not quite the fairy tale Book 2)

    by May Sage
    The King of Denkered has searched the seas for three years, in his quest to reach the mercreature who saved him from a ship wreck, but he gives up, tired of chasing a dream. "One day. One day after he convinced himself to propose to an unsuitable, unrefined, unliked, conniving girl, he found the woman he'd been looking for." Contrarily to what one would assume, Silvia isn't masochistic, so when they meet again, she has no intention to waste her time on the yummy piece of man she'd saved t... more
  • Cinderella: A Modern Adult Fairy Tale. (Not Quite the Fairy Tale: Book 1)

    by May Sage

    The King needs an heir and that means finding some sort of woman to do the job;
    “That’s all it’s about, ultimately: basic, carnal compatibility in order to satisfy this need. For that reason, the pictures I request of those who wish to apply are explicit. The full prerequisites are attached to the correspondence. If you aren’t comfortable with these demands, don’t bother applying.”

    Ella applies, seeing straight through the bullshit; she goes as far as derisively add a set of pictur... more

  • Helltown (World's Scariest Places Book 3)

    by Jeremy Bates
    Since the 1980s there have been numerous reports of occult activity and other possibly supernatural phenomenon within certain villages and townships of Summit County, Ohio - an area collectively known as Helltown. When a group of out-out-town friends investigating the legends are driven off the road by a mysterious hearse, their night of cheap thrills turns to chills as they begin to die one by one.
  • The Victor's Heritage: Book Two of the Jonah Trilogy

    by Anthony Caplan
    Corrag is a Democravian teenager, smart, funny and bold. Maybe too bold. It is 2045. America has been shattered into two countries. Democravia and the Republican Homeland. Peace between the two continental rivals is always fragile. An ill-fated escapade with her boyfriend launches Corrag on a journey of revolutionary impact, driving her to exile in the Nenkaja from which there is no escape. Will she ever find a place for herself in a society dominated by the Augment?
  • Blue Cheese Moon

    by Carla Dewing, Jordan Eardley
    When do Grapeapes leap? When do Bananaducks dance? When do Strawberryfish blow bubbles? When do Apricats attack? …Once in a blue cheese moon, of course! It’s Blue’s 8th birthday, but will Tilly even notice? When she brings along her irritating pet Moon Yeti, Blue almost loses hope. He decides to take action, and things take a turn at the fair. Read the story then do the dance! An allegory teaching kids that important moments can be missed if they spend too much time being d... more
  • Malachite

    by Kirby Crow


    Marion Casterline is the highwarden of Malachite, an ancient, beautiful city floating in a shallow sea. In the aftermath of a brutal gang war, there is finally peace in the city, and new life every year through the sacred ritual of Aequora. Through Aequora, exiles, outlaws, and orphans can become citizens of Malachite. This ritual is vital to the city's survival, because Malachite is populated only by males.

    Jean Rivard grew up in the Zanzare slums at Marion's side. As boy... more

  • Ada King

    by E.M. Faulds
  • Timekey of the Anasazi

    by Bryan Gaffert

    What's the connection between a recently uncovered 1,000-year-old skeleton, an artifact that opens doorways through time, and a hidden alien colony? That's the question that thirteen-year-old Eliot Reed must answer when his mother, the famous "Indiana Jane of the Anasazi" archaeologist, vanishes from her dig site.

    The only clue she left behind is a mysterious metallic orb, pulsing with energy, which leads Eliot to a lost Anasazi village nestled smack in the middle of N... more

  • The Dragon of the Month Club

    by Iain Reading

    The Dragon Of The Month Club is the exciting first installment in a new middle grade fantasy/adventure book series that tells the story of Ayana Fall and Tyler Travers, two best friends who stumble across an extraordinarily magical book and soon find themselves enrolled as members of a very special and exclusive club - The Dragon of the Month Club.

    On the thirteenth of every month a new dragon conjuring spell... more

  • School of Deaths

    by Christopher Mannino

    The Scythe Wielder’s Secret is a thrilling young adult fantasy/adventure series by Christopher Mannino. The first two books in the trilogy, School of Deaths and Sword of Deaths, are out now, with the third book Daughter of Deaths expected to be released next year.

    Reviewers have compared The Scythe Wielder’s Secret to Harry Potter, Hunger Games, and Percy Jackson. It is recommended for readers who enjoy magical realism, fantasy, paranormal, middle grade, young adult, and/or ... more

  • Warphan (The Anavarza Archive) (Volume 1)

    by J.D. Mulcey
    Warphan is a tale of high fantasy set in a world bathed in magic. As an invading army pillages its way across unprotected farmlands, the helpless inhabitants endure slaughter and destruction. Four lives swirl and collide in the wake of maneuvering armies. All the while, a much greater danger lurks within the depth of an ancient ruin.

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