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  • Hole House

    by DM Sinclair
    Two strangers, Mae and Guy, find themselves unwitting co-owners of a decrepit mansion in the middle of nowhere. While attempting to renovate it so they can flip it for a profit, they uncover a bottomless hole in the basement floor. It soon becomes apparent that something dark and ancient dwells deep in the hole, and will never let them leave the house unless they give in to its malevolent demands.
  • The Veil Between Worlds

    by K. M. McFarland

    You Don't Find Voodoo — Voodoo finds YOU!

    • A strong female MC who sees and communicates with the dead.
    • A rock star with blood on his hands and a debt to settle with a Voodoo Loa.
    • What happens when their paths cross in this tale of Voodoo, reincarnation, love, and destiny?

     

  • The Streets of Whirly

    by A. M. Rodgers
    In poverty and crime-stricken West Side Whirly, Jule is like anyone else at the bottom of the barrel, living meal-to-meal and stealing for money while avoiding her old gang leader and the stews of Doxy Row. Except Jule has the Fei, the tiny tricksters as likely to get her into trouble as out of it. When she’s hired by the mysterious blue-monocle man, she thinks it will be an easy in-and-out job. Instead she’s plunged into a decade long mystery of wizards, earls, and murder. If she ever wants to ... more
  • Tzia: The Book of Galatéa

    by Mister Sanamon
    In Tzia’s debut title, Galatéa’s story is told through the eyes of her future daughter, Theo, on her fourteenth birthday, when she is approached by a very unusual mouse-like old woman who introduces the unsuspecting Theo to her family history and the quest she must now undertake, as her mother did before her. Toggling between the past and the future, the very remarkable, albeit unbelievable, quest of fourteen-year-old Galatéa on a mythical Greek island that was hidden from the civilized worl... more
  • Trine Revelation: The Kinderra Saga, Book 3

    by C.K. Donnelly
    Now is the moment of choice... Betrayed by the man she once worshipped, Mirana Pinal must finish the quest for Jasal’s Keep with the help of an enemy. As she races to save her people, the Fal'kin infiltrate the Dark Trine's stronghold to discover the warlord's plans for conquest. For Teague Beltran, however, the mission is much more personal. His mother has been captured by the Ken’nar, and he will stop at nothing to rescue her. If Mirana gives the Dark Trine the key to the Keep’s power, she ... more
  • Hotbed

    by Bryan Cassiday
    The nightmare of the quarantine of a virus that triggers cannibalistic madness in its victims begins without fanfare in the small Southern California town of Costaguana. Phoebe suspects her husband Jason, the mayor, of cheating on her with a prostitute, which is all the more shocking because Jason has the reputation of being an incorruptible mayor. Trailing him Phoebe watches him pick up a hooker in the red-light district on the Strip. She later goes to the hooker’s motel room to confront... more
  • Son of Horus: Daughter of Isis Series Book 2

    by Reina Cruz
    When a monster is released from the OtherWorld, reality twists until the world becomes unrecognizable. The gateway to the OtherWorld had been opened, releasing terrifying creatures into the living world. Sunday Elm has the power to see these creatures, but her Sight can't keep her from getting trapped in the web of the Sifka. Through illusion and trickery, the Sifka ensnares her victims. The stakes are raised when her victims are found drained of all life. Sunday must find a way to save he... more
  • Daughter of Isis

    by Reina Cruz
    Sunday Elm has the Sight. Creatures from a parallel universe visit her unannounced, compounding everyday anxieties and making for strange houseguests. After an accident claims Sunday's father, the boundaries between this world and Other World blur without him to shield her. When Sunday meets a mysterious man with the Sight, she learns that the recent deaths of fellow Seers could be linked to something more sinister. Together with a strange group of newfound companions, Sunday is pitched in... more
  • Cursed Are We

    by M. K. HALL
    Is it wise to seek the truth about an ancient magic residing within one’s soul? Is it safe to unravel mysteries of legends lost so long ago, they’ve faded into myth? And what if the only person who could make sense of it all has no memories? Despite the lingering fear that she’ll never get answers to her past, Reya has settled into a complacent way of life. But when Varick appears, he shatters the fragile wall she’s built around herself and forces her to confront the tragedy of her past. S... more
  • The First Sin: South of Eden

    by Lisa Beth Darling

    Drop Your Religious Baggage at the Door When Lucifer Returns to Eden

    What if everything you were taught about The Bible was a lie and those you were taught to fear were anything but?


    In this creative and often humorous re-envisioning of the Christian Creation Story, Lucifer is unceremoniously yanked out of Hell by his Father so he can return to his old job in the Garden of Eden. When he arrives, broken, battered, and bleeding, he falls into the arms of Eve w... more

  • The Source of Death

    by Jay Michael Night

    On the night that monsters with glowing eyes took everything away...

    Mikey Black's mother had called him special. As if making everyone around him deathly sick was a gift. Instead, Mikey felt cursed, like he was radioactive.

    He spent years being tossed between foster homes, never lasting more than a month. Families didn't take long to realize that being around him was bad for their health.

    All Mikey wanted were answers. What was wrong with him? Why w... more

  • Wilhelmina Quigley: Magic School Dropout

    by Liese Sherwood-Fabre
    A missing father. A mother bewitched. Wilhelmina must use her unpredictable magic to catch whoever—or whatever—is stalking her parents. When Wilhelmina accidentally sets her remedial magic class on fire, she is sent to live in the ordinary world with a mother she barely knows. Her adjustment gets off to a very rocky start. She has sudden, unexplainable bursts of magic—mostly while navigating the middle-school minefield—and her mother’s behaving like she’s under some spell. Despite her handicappe... more
  • Ravenbourne Slavery

    by Benjamin Barnette
    Before the Age of Iron, a young warrior from the fallen city of Opar is wounded in battle and condemned to virulent slavery, along with the women, children, and the few remaining men. Finding unforeseen fortune, Kaelin saves the life of the powerful “Lord of Ravenbourne” and recruited into his elite army of Ravenbourne Warriors; the most feared warriors throughout the Empire. \tSent to the rich and wonderous land of Ravenbourne—created by the Goddess Asa—worshiped by women throughout the Empir... more
  • A Nocturne in Red

    by Court Ellyn
    Sanjen Laurelius, a lute-wielding bard, is a rising star. He’s also wanted by the emperor. When he calls upon his special brand of song-magic to fight off a rampaging harpy, he finds himself the object of unwanted attention: a powerful officer in the emperor’s service hires Sanjen to find the cure for a curse that has transformed a favored concubine into a blood-thirsty monster. But Sanjen’s past is catching up with him. He must find a way to save the victim of the curse before his em... more
  • Deadmann Conflict

    by Angel Gonzal
    A drifter with a troubled past crosses paths with an unlikely stranger, unbeknownst to them, their fates are somehow connected in a very complicated manner. A town plagued with evil holds the answers they seek and the redemption they've been longing.
  • The Old Purple Box with a Pink Ribbon

    by Angel Gonzal
    While decorating the tree with her family, 5-year-old Elsa discovered an old purple box with a pink ribbon underneath the Christmas tree. She asked her parents what it could be; to her delight, that old purple box with a pink ribbon wasn't just an ordinary box. From that simple little thing, little Elsa learned the true meaning of Christmas in the most unusual way.
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