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  • Golden

    by Melinda Michaels
    High school senior Hanna Loch just suffered a blackout in front of her entire homeroom class. She hasn’t had one in over ten years, and she’s terrified—the last time she blacked out, she woke up with no memory of her life before. To make matters worse, no one can explain why it happens. For Hanna, bad things tend to come in threes. And that doesn’t even begin to cover it . . . When she learns she could be a descendant of someone who lived once upon a time, Hanna must put her trust in Willi... more
  • Corr Syl the Warrior

    by Garry Rogers
    Corr Syl the Warrior is the story of a young rabbit descendent on an Earth where Humans are only one of the intelligent species. Having just completed his combat training, Corr is ready to relax, but his local district council keeps asking him to accept duties and responsibilities. One of the council's requests leads Corr into the heart of a conflict that escalates into a global war. Together with another young warrior, the fiery Rhya Bright, Corr faces danger, true evil, and terrible duty. T... more
  • The Superyogi Scenario

    by James Connor

    Experience authentic wisdom that creates superheroes. The Superyogi Scenario is a fresh new take on the superhero story that packs a philosophical punch. Instead of getting supernatural powers from radiation or spider bites, powers are developed through yoga and meditation. Drawing from authentic verses in The Yoga Sutra, this thought-provoking thriller envisions yogic supernatural abilities rising among the world's growing population of yoga practitioners—and wild consequences when... more

  • I Love My Cell Phone.

    by Dionne Fields
    The storybook about a little boy, who loves playing on his mom cell phone. Most little boys and girls around his, age enjoy playing on the cell phone as well. Today rain has met, his new cell phone friend her name is Dionne.
  • The Singing Stones of Rendor (Eidolon Trilogy) (Volume 1)

    by Neils Knudsen
    Endowed with a magical ability not seen since the ancient Rendor Empire, life for K’Las just turned dangerous—and he’s not even born yet. His parents hide him in plain sight for several years until they learn of a plot to seize an heirloom and enslave the powerful magical voices that blend with the family treasure. The family manages to escape the clutches of cold-blooded zealots from the Grand Peer that chases them to one of Rendor’s mysterious great henges. A wild and shrewd wizard who... more
  • Genesis of the Dead: A Zombie Comedy of Biblical Proportions (Light of the Dead) (Volume 1)

    by C.T. Casberg
    It all started when everybody died. When Todd breaks The Rule and eats from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, death enters the world in the form of a very nasty zombie plague. Emptied of immortality and exiled from their land of birth, zombie-kind ventures into the hostile world beyond, where violence and decay threaten to overwhelm and destroy them at every turn. Never fear: the Director, maker of Heaven and Earth and everything in between, has a plan to defeat death forever, but it will... more
  • Bloodline: Forgotten Origins Trilogy Book 1

    by Tara Ellis
    Sixteen-year-old Alex has always suspected her father’s death wasn’t random, but she never guessed how deep the mystery runs or what it involves. When a rare meteor shower is followed by a highly contagious infection, the people she once knew so well start acting like they have a similar purpose that doesn’t include her. Alex can now only rely on her friend Chris and loyal dog Baxter as she plunges into a strange, new world predestined since ancient times. Wandering the mountains of the Pacific ... more
  • Big Brother

    by Tracey Morait
    When his dad leaves for a job in New York Ash is left to cope with his drug-addicted, alcoholic mother Rhonda, who decides to move away from the life she hates in Bristol to her home town of Liverpool, taking Ash away from his school, his mates, and his gran. Not only does Ash have problems at home with a harassing, demanding mother, he becomes the easy target of a gang of bullies at his new school, the Jessop crew, because he talks with a different accent and wears a hearing aid. Then one day A... more
  • Kiwi in Cat City (Kiwi Series book 1)

    by Vickie Johnstone

    Have you ever wished your cat could talk or wondered where he/she goes when you are not around? Kiwi in Cat City is the first book in a series, of which there are six fun adventures so far. One night, Amy cannot sleep and she looks out of the window into the garden to see her cat, Kiwi, transfixed by the moon, which is glowing brightly like a cat's claw. Waking her brother, James, Amy suggests they follow Kiwi to see where she goes... whether it involves a hunt for mice or something else.... more

  • Emergency Stories Book #1

    by Emergencyfan22
    This book is the first book in my Emergency Stories Series. It is about Angel, and the medical trauma that she has to go through. It is about two paramedics John Gage and Roy Desoto and the type of work that they do. It is about Michelle who starts dating Johnny, and falls in love with him. They get married, and Michelle helps Johnny to raise his daughter Angel.
  • Chasing Vito's Ghosts

    by G. R. Benyue
    Becka Brandt's ability to see the dead is pushing her farther from the living. When an explosion in Boston's downtown district kills her fiancé and colleagues, Becka reluctantly leaves the city she loves to seek refuge from her heartbreak and the restless spirits of those she lost. Moving to a small Massachusetts suburb, her life is further disrupted when she unknowingly leases a haunted house. Her new roommate is Vito, an ornery old ghost whose flashbacks to his recent murder draw Becka into th... more
  • To Clip The Wings Of An Angel

    by Evan Thornton
    Taking inspiration from the likes of Silent Hill and The Darkness; To Clip The Wings Of An Angel is a demented journey through a place of nightmarish environments within the sheets of our own reality. A place of twisted imagery and haunting landscapes, occupied by malevolent individuals with the desire to cause pain, and suffering to see their agenda completed. In a harrowing tale of agony and loss; this mind-twisting story distorts the age-old idea of "good versus evil," leaving the conflict of... more
  • Silly Alien Time Travel Stories for Really Big Kids.

    by Denis Hayes
    This is the third book in the Silly Alien Stories series. Meet again the craziest Aliens who had kidnapped me, trained me as a famous Spaceball Fighter Pilot and reluctantly returned me to earth with some of my Alien Super Powers remaining, but not before I took my chance to glimpse the earth and its peoples thousands of years in the future. This, and the fourth book ` Out of this World Stories` finds me out of work in the Universe and eventually trying to come to terms with my powers on earth. ... more
  • Silly Alien Stories for Bigger Kids

    by Denis Hayes
    Oh my Goodness! I was kidnapped by Aliens. Sceptical? Heard it all before? Not possible? Of course it is because it happened. I travelled throughout the Galaxies and saved the Universe and was partial to all the Alien secrets. Find out what they were in this book and the second in the series " Silly Alien Space War Stories for Bigger Kids." The Aliens came from the other side of our Universe which actually has no sides. Their Galaxy was so old that it had forgotten its name so it was just call... more
  • Time Shifters

    by Shanna Lauffey
    An ancient people who can move through time or space... A secret that never should have been revealed... One day in a Los Angeles restaurant, Akalya of the Harekaiian witnesses the capture of several of her people and is the only one to get away. Now it is up to her to rescue the captives and learn how... and why... they are being apprehended. The key lies in discovering who is behind the hunt for her people, when no one should have known they existed.
  • Juarez Square and Other Stories

    by D.L. Young
    Eleven gripping stories, including new works exclusive to this collection, envision the near-future impacts of advanced robotics, artificial intelligence, automated warfare, and genetic engineering. The award-winning story The Reader, Training the Fundies, and the title work Juarez Square envision an anarchic, cutthroat existence along the US-Mexico border. In Ximena, a defiantly unconventional woman opens a robot brothel in Madrid. The Gianni Box tells the tale of a stolen artificial intelligen... more

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