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  • End Bringer: Book 3: Guardians of Vaka

    by Carolyn Gross
    After years of silencing her unique and powerful voice, Preda Torrance claimed her rightful place as the ruler of Vaka. Now she must lead her people to defeat the radical group known as the Soundless. In an effort to avenge the death of Tamron Fox, Preda and her guardian Will attempt to convince the council to unite the islands and declare all-out war on the Soundless. But when Preda’s old acquaintance Hap joins forces with Soundless leader Ukra, they begin destroying the islands and lay s... more
  • Soundless Rising: Book 2: Guardians of Vaka

    by Carolyn Gross
    Preda Vozia, told repeatedly that her voice was dangerous, barely spoke as a child. Now she needs to unleash the power of her voice if her people are to survive in peace. The planet Vaka stands on the edge of war with a radical group named the Soundless. Preda and her guardian Will aim to unite the islands to fight back. Doing so takes sharing power with the now feral people living on man-made islands throughout Vaka. But can she convince the governing council that her path is the best to t... more
  • Can't Dream Without You, from the Dark Chronicles

    by Tanya Reimer
    Legends say that tens of thousands of years ago, Whisperers were banished from the heavens, torn in half, and dumped on a mortal realm they didn’t understand. Longing for their other half, they went from being powerful immortals to lonely leeches relying on humans to survive. Over the years, they earnt magic from demons, they left themselves Notebooks with hints, and by pairing up with human souls, they eventually found their other halves. Humbled by their experiences, they discovered the true p... more
  • Ghosts on the Prairies: a Sacred Land Story

    by Tanya Reimer
    Some things are worth a fight Strong words that Antoine’s father drilled into him. After his father mysteriously vanishes one night, Antoine must find another income or he risks losing the Sacred Land that his father swore to protect. Working on a ranch, Antoine meets Emma, a victim of underground slavery. Fighting for her freedom costs him his home, his sister, his best friend, and puts in question all of his values. If he succeeds, will she and her son fit into his world? As the law ... more
  • Petrified

    by Tanya Reimer
    Legends say that when all hope is lost, Grey Whisperers will save the world. It’s 2115 and hope is lost. Bogies attack on the Saskatchewan prairies turning men to stone. Grey Whisperers have vanished. Yet one boy has faith. Gabe might only be thirteen but he’s studied Notebooks written by Grey Whisperers all his life. He believes they will come. Even after bogies haul off his brother and pick Gabe as their next target, he refuses to give up. On the run, he befriends two special... more
  • Preda's Voice

    by Carolyn Gross
    Silence is only golden when it’s a reprieve from noise; when it’s forced on you by your father, who tells you your voice drove your mother insane, it quickly becomes oppressive. Preda Torrance is nearly eighteen, and her speechless existence has finally taken its toll. Every time someone becomes suspicious of her strange behavior, her dad packs up and moves them somewhere else—which only compounds Preda’s isolation even further. Her only companion? A one-eared alley cat named Fiver. One ... more
  • Mythos: The Time After Oblivion (Volume 1)

    by Jonny Capps
    What becomes of a god when no one believes? When heroes, Jason and Hercules, find themselves accidentally transported to the 21st century, they discover a world where they’ve practically been forgotten. The gods of Olympus are gone, existing in a separate dimension, forced only to observe as the world relegates their history to children’s stories and fantasy. Some of the Olympians still remember the time when people came to them in droves, worshiping and sacrificing in their names, and they miss... more
  • Fall Far From the Tree

    by Amy McNulty

    Terror. Callousness. Denial. Rebellion. How the four teenage children of leaders in the duchy and the neighboring empire of Hanaobi choose to adapt to their nefarious parents’ whims is a matter of survival.

    Rohesia, daughter of the duke, spends her days hunting "outsiders," fugitives who’ve snuck onto her father’s island duchy. That she lives when even children who resemble her are subject to death hardens her heart to tackle the task.

    Fastell... more

  • Two Moon Princess

    by Carmen Ferreiro-Esteban
    A Spanish Princess. An American Boy. A King set on revenge. An unrequited love and a disturbing family secret bring a World to the brink of War. Wishing to be the heir her father the king has always wanted, Princess Andrea trains to become a knight. But the king laughs at her efforts and sends her to her mother to be made into a lady. Andrea sulks. She finds the ladies’ company boring, their manners puzzling. To make matters worse, the queen, offended by Andrea’s behavior, forbids her ... more
  • It's Come to Our Attention

    by Juliana Rew
    "It's Come to Our Attention" from Third Flatiron Anthologies contains fourteen imaginative speculative fiction short stories about things that could be happening quietly, without a lot of fanfare, but which could still be extremely significant or make a big difference.
  • Revenge-aroni

    by Eirik Gumeny
    Six months ago, Thor, the former Norse God of Thunder – along with the motley crew of political clones and cyborgs and psychic squirrels he calls his friends – saved the world. And, in a wholly unprecedented move, this time the world stayed saved. The frozen head of Walt Sidney is not happy about that. Like, at all. The bodiless businessman has pit his two top men against each other and sent them after the group, in a contest to see who can out-murder who. Because vengeance is a dish bes... more
  • Love, Lies, and Hocus Pocus: Revelations (The Lily Singer Adventures, Book 2)

    by Lydia Sherrer
    The truth shall make you free…sort of. Modern-day wizard Lily Singer prefers to stay tucked away in her library, studying magic and drinking tea. But with a troublesome witch friend and a past riddled with dangerous secrets, her chances of peace and quiet are slim. Armed with only wits and magic, she must manage her argumentative cat, thwart a plot to steal a powerful artifact, and decide who, amid all this, she can trust. The past, both ancient and modern, is catching up with her. Will di... more
  • Lexicon Chase and the Riddle Song (Lexicon Chase and the Kingdom of Everhope Book 2)

    by Jonathan Fore

    With her return the quest has ended, but not all is grand in Everhope. After risking her life in search of a fairy tale, guided by nothing but rumors and unwritten histories, someone is still hunting Lexicon Chase, Princess and Holiday Royal.

    Having survived an assassination attempt even the Shadow Dorm would disavow, Lexicon is forced to flee her castle, her city, and her people to save herself, even as the city of Everhope falls under siege by a troll hoard no one could imagine, more ... more

  • Love, Lies, and Hocus Pocus: Beginnings (The Lily Singer Adventures, Book 1)

    by Lydia Sherrer
    Saving the world is such a bother when it makes you late for tea. By day, book-loving wizard Lily Singer manages library archives. By night? She sleeps, of course. In between, she studies magic and tries to keep her witch friend Sebastian out of trouble. Much to her displeasure, he finds it anyway and drags her along with him. From unmaking ancient curses to rescuing a town lost in time, Lily and Sebastian fight to avert magical mayhem. Meanwhile, Lily s mysterious past begins to unfold a ... more
  • Coffin Kids (The DenMark Chronicles) (Volume 3)

    by BRYAN HIGBY
    Every small town has a haunted house. How many of those small towns have a haunted house with a child-nibbling witch inside it? The house on Bradbury Street is just such a place. Candy teeth and skeletal fences are all signatures of the Widow Winkie. For the children of DenMark, the Widow Winkie is known by another name, Winkie Witch. Newscasts of missing children start to arouse the interest of Horatio Patterson, a ten year old boy who goes by the name Fat Kid. Likewise, the Bokar brothers, Cha... more
  • Lexicon Chase and the Scrolls of the Harlequin

    by Jonathan Fore
    Lexicon Chase has never worn makeup or beautiful gowns, known the elegance of a gala, swung a sword, or even rallied an army. Lexicon only knows the infamy of living on the wrong end of an obscure town, with hand-me-downs and a life split between her grandmother’s bungalow and her mother’s trailer. Her sweet sixteen came and went with a whimper, until her grandmother changed everything with a single gift: the key to the magical kingdom called Everhope. She discovers a realm of friends, pagean... more

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