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  • Varris

    by Sam Clark
    After millennia of so called "systematic oppression," by the galaxy's most powerful leaders, rebel and diagnosed sociopath, Varris Arterius decides to do something about it, ultimately landing himself in a satellite prison in orbit above his homeworld awaiting execution. The execution bit doesn't sit well with him. So, from the inside, with the help of a few fellow inmates, outlaws, and sociopaths, Varris sets in motion a series of events that will change the course of galactic stability for the... more
  • Black October

    by Adam Martin
    When Boston newspaper columnist, Susan Cole, returns to her home of Oakville, Massachusetts, she is welcomed home with open arms. So she thinks. After meeting with her mother and being informally introduced to the town's new Sheriff, Patrick O'Neil, deep troubling questions of her family's history in the town soon arise. Why doesn't her mother tell her anything? Who is this new Sheriff? How did he know her name? Why had the town's people been so mean to her family before her return? Soon, she is... more
  • The Unveiling 1.0

    by K. L. Collins
    Trust fund kid and billionaire heir, Max Battenberg, has always been blessed with an idyllic lifestyle. His carefree existence comes crashing down, however, just months shy of his 25th birthday when he participates in the ancestral rite of passage known as the Battenberg Initiation. During the bizarre ceremony, his family’s dark secret is finally revealed. The Battenbergs are descended from an alien bloodline spoken of in ancient Sumerian Mythology. Since the dawn of civilization, Max’s family a... more
  • Doris and the Ankh

    by B. K. Brain
    For Doris, a swimmy in the head thirteen-year-old, it seems life can get no worse. She’s tragically unpopular at school and failing American History. She’s grounded and will not be attending the spring dance. And now a creepy bug-eyed man is going to grant her a wish, whether she likes it or not. Get lost with Doris in a world where flowers sneeze, fairies can't be trusted, and a creature that isn't quite a wolf means to kill her. Sometimes a big imagination is all you need. That, and ... more
  • The War of Words

    by Amy Neftzger
    Battles against darkness, a quest for truth, and a search for the book that no one can read are all part of the fantasy adventure in The War of Words. As an evil sorcerer wages war with mysterious shadows and seeks to gain control by confusing the residents as to what’s real and what isn’t, the fate of the kingdom rests in the hands of Kelsey and Nicholas. As the youngest officer in the king’s army, Kelsey fights the evil sorcerer’s shadows on the battlefield as she explores the kingdom searchi... more
  • The Order: Book 1

    by A.C. Donaubauer

    A clumsy step, the wrong branch to hold on to and a bump on the head to leave her unconscious – no more than that causes Eryn’s life to turn upside down and to suddenly find herself in the capital city as a prisoner to the king.

    She is determined to keep her magical abilities a secret in a kingdom where magicians have only ever been male as long as anyone knows. That doesn’t work out that well, though. The Order, the governing body for magicians, and the king seem to h... more

  • Tall Tales of Gods, Demons and Superstitions

    by Ari Abraham
    In Tall Tales of Demons, Gods and Superstitions, mythological creatures and supernatural phenomena invade the everyday lives of people around the world. Angels and demons conspire in the streets of London, Death drops in at a New York City laundromat, and phantoms lure children in the forests of Amazonia, while the author himself runs into smoky sirens and Mephistophelian hawkers. But ultimately, these are tales of humanity—its loves, its passions, and its brutality. At times mordant, philoso... more
  • Late Bite: TV Talk Show Star or Killer?

    by John Matsui
    Misfortune has been lawyer Al Hamblyn's constant companion. Just as his life hits a low point, a once in a lifetime opportunity lands in his lap – the legal defence of Dragul Mangorian, a real, live, blood-sucking vampire. But first he must harness his fears to defend a client whose appearance is the thing of nightmares. During the sensational trial, Mangorian becomes a global news media and social media celebrity with millions following his every move and hundreds of thousands flocking to... more
  • How Maxwell Grover Stole My House

    by C.E. Vance

    What if every fear had about your creepy next-door neighbor turned out to be true?

    10- year-old Zeke Langley has become the target of his nasty new neighbor, Maxwell Grover. For reasons known only to him, the unsavory stranger seems determined to make Zeke's life miserable and force his family out of their home. Inevitably, Zeke and his best friend Winks set out on a journey to discover what Grover is hiding. What they find sends them down a road they never imagined … and on ... more

  • Super Cintanella: Dawning of the Veiled Chameleon

    by Phoenix K. Brown
    All of Proxima Centauri is shocked when Cintanella appears out of thin air during the Ocapi Kingdom ball. Arrested and thrown into the palace bottoms, her only means of escape are a set of special powers that she has no idea how to access and to make matters worse, the one-tooth wuttenburlock is not at all the help she had hoped for. Will Timbackamo and the Splendid Glossy Darling be able to save her or will she have to save herself?
  • Last of the Tasburai

    by Rehan Khan
    'We are the last of the Tasburai. We have to keep the faith.' The kingdoms of Avantolia are in trouble but they don't know it yet: war is brewing amongst them, while their ancient enemies, the Magrog demon-masters, are poised to invade. The legendary Tasburai warriors once guarded the kingdoms, but now their elite order triggers more fear than respect. Grandmaster and elite swordfighter Suri-Yi must come to terms with the ghosts of her past and find the courage to revive the Tasburai as a ... more
  • Jonesbridge: Echoes of Hinterland

    by M.E. Parker
    "...Jonesbridge isn't just a dystopia of geography, but that of the human condition, ravaged by history... M.E. Parker is a cartographer of the spirit, navigating us through his powerful prose that is unflinchingly honest...”—Peter Tieryas Liu, author of BALD NEW WORLD and WATERING HEAVEN In this world-building series, perfect for fans of Ray Bradbury's FAHRENHEIT 451 and Hugh Howey's WOOL, to survive a grim island prison a young man and woman must work for the Complex. To escape it, they wil... more
  • Eden Green

    by Fiona van Dahl
    In a single drop of contaminated blood, there writhe millions of needle-shaped cells. When introduced to a host, they spread — healing wounds, replenishing fluids, patching bone. The host becomes unstoppable; even complete destruction of its brain isn’t necessarily the end. All their cells are gradually replaced, enhanced. Eden Green is the third human to see the needles in action, after her best friend Veronica accepts them without thinking. Patient Zero is Tedrin, a shady manipulator who of... more
  • Afterimage

    by J. Kowallis
    Reggie’s dreams . . . aren’t dreams. Visions of the future flood her mind like shards of broken puzzles. Caged in her cell, every morning begins the same. She’s drugged, tortured, and images are torn from her memory by Public One. Until the morning everything changes. The vision is different. The future’s never been about her, and now she knows they’re coming for her: Nomads. How will she convince them to keep her alive when Nate, their leader, doesn’t like or even trust her? To him, she’s a sci... more
  • Their Souls Laid Bare

    by P. A. Angritt
    Follow a young psychic from childhood to adult as he seeks self-actualization while under the shadow of a mysterious agency. His struggle for independence leads through epic global upheavals, love, and a deeper understanding of human nature and the spiritual world around us through sex, violence, and gnosis.
  • A Sight Unseen

    by Craig R Key
    After the world is torn apart by a war between elves and humans, an orphaned half-elf must live among the humans disguised as one to avoid the bigotry of both sides. His life is that of a poor, simple farmhand, but that soon changes when a bard from his childhood reemerges to protect him from a bloodthirsty pirate bent on using the half-elf to open a mystical passage known as the Door of Sight Unseen. With the help of a mage and a dwarven sellsword met in their travels, the half-elf discovers ... more

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