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  • Tea Leaf: What Hides Beneath

    by Mia Mitns

    While out with friends, Jasiri, a fortune teller, reveals that Cinnia’s life will be turned upside down. Cinnia hopes it is due to a new job she is after at Sciecor, a highly decorated scientific company that she has long dreamed of working for. A company that hides secrets in their basement.

    A new neighbor moves into the area and targets Cinnia for his hidden agenda. Jealousy between friends simmers as it slowly destructs their relationship. A friend wants more than just a friend... more

  • Bloody Eden

    by T.L. Knighton
    Ten years after a nuclear war forced Jason Calvin to fight his way across Georgia and through a brutal warlord, life has settled down a bit in a town called New Eden. As the town sheriff, Jason keeps the peace. After saving a family from a horrible fate, that peace becomes threatened when a sadistic military man shows up, claiming the family are fugitives from his draconian justice system and they're coming back whether anyone in New Eden likes it or not...and maybe some of New Eden's own as ... more
  • Archie's First Adventure

    by Katherine Kleymenova
    Archie the mouse, who lives in a little house under the big cedar's roots in the forest, has never been farther than Calm Creek. But when he receives a letter from his friend, Bruno, inviting him to visit for Christmas, Archie realizes it's time to do something very unusual - have a real adventure.
  • Red Sulphur

    by Robert Bosnak
    It is 1666, the Year of the Beast, seen by many as the moment the Devil will appear on earth. Science is in ascendance, crowding out other systems of thought. The ancient art of alchemy is in retreat. No one has been able to make the Philosophers’ Stone for over a hundred years, but many of the best minds of the age are still in a desperate search for it. Stories vividly abound how alchemists of yore had created a powerful stone of sorcery, rejuvenating all it touches -- turning decrepit old... more
  • Minutes To Go: Even Death can be a purpose

    by Cori D. Coleman
    Tyler has no other option but to fight the curse or die trying. The first installment of this four book series begins with Tyler and Miley learning that love is always most profound in the teenage years, as they are feeling it strong. Yet, like many young couples they suffer from insecurities that trouble the heart and mind like a disease. But, one afternoon in Randallstown their relationship becomes the last of their worries, when they are attacked by a tiger marked with a curse. Five months la... more
  • Seven Beyond

    by Stella Atrium
    The reader follows traveling companions as Dr. Meenins searches to uncover his past while haunted by wispy memories of faraway places and alien races. A quest novel that, in broader terms, is a cautionary tale with many tongue-in-cheek references to true human nature and injustices of contemporary society. Similar to Cloud Atlas or The Time Traveler’s Wife.
  • Sedulity (Book One) Impact

    by David Forsyth
    Those aboard a luxury cruise ship en route to Australia witness a catastrophic asteroid strike in the middle of the Pacific. Join the passengers and crew in their struggle for survival and watch the effects of the impact sweep around the Pacific Rim in this Kindle #1 Bestseller for Sea Adventures, Dystopian, and Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction. Over 270 Five Star Reviews since March, 2014.
  • Sparrow Man

    by M. R. Pritchard

    Meg Clark has turned out to be everything her father and the people of her little North Country town of Gouvernour, NY, have been saying her whole life: nothin’ but a piece of white trash. In an effort to hide her past and turn herself around, she spent her inheritance from her dead mother on the perfect little house with a white picket fence. Then something terrible happened and Meg got sent to county lockup so her fiancé, Jim, wouldn’t have to. And then everyone started w... more

  • Saratoga

    by M. R. Pritchard
    Demi knows she is far from normal. She can feel it every time she walks near a park, or a tree, or a flower. She has a gift-or a curse; green things call to her. They tug at her soul and she has no idea how to control it. But Demi has it all figured out. She's going to be a ballerina just like her mother wants. And since the dance studio is the only place she feels like she fits in, it’s the perfect plan. That is, until she meets Dylan, a boy with a similar gift. Dylan shows Demi the path to dis... more
  • 978-1-4931-2317-9

    by Vincent Macraven
    Fresh, original horror in three bone-chilling novellas. This set of novellas takes readers into the frightening corners of haunted homes and possessed minds, as Macraven (A Diverse Gathering, 2012, etc.) explores man’s most intimidating fears. The tour begins in “Where the Dead Dwell” in an old Victorian home that once belonged to the Wilcox family back in the 1930s. The family is the first that the house watches, “absorbing feelings and deep emotions” from the parents and their daughter as t... more
  • Against Her Gentle Sword: Fighting for Love and Freedom in a Woman's World

    by Alan Stroe
    On an island ruled by women, a boy yearning for freedom is selected to duel in front of the girl he loves. All of his opponents outmatch him physically and they include some of his closest friends. A former ally hijacks his revolutionary plans, turning them into an evil power grab.
  • Stairway2 Heaven

    by Chaz Thompson
    In the 22nd century, a burned-out, fatalistic psychic is blackmailed into recovering a stolen formula that separates the soul from the human body.
  • The Moon Dwellers (The Dwellers Saga Book 1)

    by David Estes
    "One of 15 Series to Read if You Enjoyed The Hunger Games" --Buzzfeed In a desperate attempt to escape destruction decades earlier, humankind was forced underground, into the depths of the earth, creating a new society called the Tri-Realms. After her parents and sister are abducted by the Enforcers, seventeen-year-old Adele, a member of the middle-class moon dwellers, is unjustly sentenced to life in prison for her parents' crimes of treason. Against all odds, Adele must escape from... more
  • Blazing the Sun

    by Cameron Lambright

    In the 24th Century, there is free energy. There are terraformed planets. There is a universe beyond our Solar System that is still vanishingly distant and empty...

    The people are the story. An outcast racing pilot named Samson Ford who has a smiling talent for cheating death. A beguiling itinerant mechanic named Stephanie who travels alone and will never talk about her past. A once celebrated racing engineer named Kenichi Iwahara who has been a slave on Mars for twenty years.

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  • Shrugg, 1 Mile

    by Greg Schindler
  • The Witch Chronicles: The Red Dragon: Book 2

    by A. B. Wolverton
    The second installment in A. B. Wolverton's The Witch Chronicles series, "The Red Dragon" finds Freda recovering from her terrifying near-death experience that closed "The Reluctant Witch." While her magical powers may have saved her life (with the additional help of a few powerful friends, of course), it's Freda's sarcasm and humor that save her sanity. But these days, she'd rather be anyone than a girl destined for great things. However, when her plan to escape fate results in the abduction of... more

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