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  • The Lady Jewel Diviner: Book 1 in the Lady Diviner series

    by Rosalie Oaks
    Diamonds, Death, and Devonshire tea… in a magical Regency England Miss Elinor Avely's proper upbringing cannot prepare her for the tiny, spinster vampire who crashes into her sitting room and demands to be fed with a sheep. Elinor already has enough troubles without having to catch ruminants. First, her secret gift for divining jewels has landed her in scandal, exiling her from London society. Second, a nobleman of dubious repute wants her to find a cache of smuggled jewels, hidden somewhe... more
  • The Mountaineer's Painting: A Ghost Story

    by David Francis Curran
    Kevin Frost finds a handsome frame at a yard sale. But for some reason the glass in the frame is painted over. He buys the frame and uncovers a breathtaking mountainscape. That night he begins to have dreams about the painter's fatal climb. And when he wakes the painting has changed. This is a love story, a ghost story, and a murder mystery. If you loved the Demi Moore, Patrick Swayze movie GHOST you will love this book. if the Sylvester Stallone movie CLIFFHANGER scared you, this book will scar... more
  • Zibs for Sale

    by Lois Wickstrom

    A retelling of Beauty and the Beast. Shirl visits an alien bakery and accidentally steals a Zib. She thought it was a free sample. The baker doesn't accept Earth money. Shirl must wash dishes to pay for the Zib. But there's no hot water. So, first she has to fix the alien engine before she can wash the dishes to pay for the Zib. The engine needs wires. The alien baker lets her go to the flying saucer to take wires out of her radio, that she needs to get home. She has the chance to esc... more

  • A Cry to War

    by Enosadeda Odiase
    A generation has passed, and the devastation of war is slowly fading away but the scars remain, lingering in the hearts and minds of many. In an era of peace, King Ewuare remains conflicted, torn between opening closed wounds or allowing his reign of peace and prosperity to continue. As the King tries to resolve his moral conflict, the gods have a different agenda. Sinister and supernatural forces amass on the summit of the Agbon mountains, deep into the clouds, where no man dare stray, where... more
  • A Dance for The Gods

    by Enosadeda Odiase
    Journey through ancient Africa by immersing yourself in this riveting story. View the world through the eyes of the enthralling characters as they dance to the hymns played by whatever gods they serve. King Ewuare is dead; another King has been captured. Now, vultures are circling to devour the once-great kingdom, Mombaka. Across all five kingdoms below the Moon Sea, new alliances are being forged to replace old ones as Kings and Queens vie for power. After betraying and leading her husband t... more
  • The Message

    by Michael Hansen
    At the end of World War II, in disregard of international agreements, Soviet Union imposed communism in the areas given to it as Sphere of Influence. With this, a new value system was introduced into people’s lives with consequences no one could predict. Reviewing his life in communist Romania, the author shows how a changed way of thinking determined a changed way of living, how Marxism altered the nation’s psychology and, in the end, ruined its own goals.
  • Subterranean Antebellum

    by J. E. Tremulant
    A collection of short stories/novel fragments of Post-America, a version of the US in which society has collapsed, but the various automated corporate functions and services remain: A hitman is hired by members of an animated TV show to assassinate a rival sect of fans of the same show; A new age gladiator/wrestler finds herself targeted by a sponsor for assassination and must find out why; Two bitter lovers try and outlive one another as post-human ghosts; A scavenger family is targeted by a co... more
  • Warlocks & Sorceresses: The Timeless Grimoire

    by Antonio Galarza
    In 1907 Wiltshire, Calne, Victor Waltz, gets blasted out of his suitably normal teenage life in the Edwardian English countryside as his strange seizures and the dreams they invoke grow exponentially until he can no longer avoid them. He fights every day of his life with this demonic parasite known as a Veil that threatens his existence. High Enchantress Amber Wolflight, a powerful Sorceress charged with gathering new underage recruits for the Division of Global Magic Affairs, pays the Waltz... more
  • One Aon Fatality

    by Vanessa Krauss
    A chance encounter has the Horizons Corporation realizing that their want to control the weather means accounting for literal forces of nature, gods. By creating the Aons, they plan to use them to chase and destroy these powerful beings. There is a small catch. Their first Aon, Fatality. Being told her only function is to live, die, hunt, kill, she can only want for something better, a world where nature doesn’t bow to man, nor to Horizons.
  • Rebels of Akrona

    by Gregory Urbach
    To defeat the Arikhan invasion of Earth, Governor-General Grey Waters gave his life to destroy the alien battlecruiser Bellerophon. But he did not die. For seven years, he labored as a nameless slave in a mining camp thousands of light years from home, until an insurrection forced him to seek a new destiny.
  • NAIMERA: Absence of Grace

    by michael ganzberger
    AGENT MIKE MURPHY is leaving the FBI to join SGSI, a top-secret defense tech company, contracted to the US government. When Mike’s new boss - Peter Strauss - learns that his daughter, Grace, has been kidnapped in Guatemala, he turns to Mike for help. While Mike’s connections track Grace’s kidnappers, Strauss shows Mike that he and SGSI possess their own special resources… resources beyond anything Mike could ever have possibly imagined. He introduces Mike to the NAIMERA: advanced, mission... more
  • A Trail of Pearls

    by D.M. George
    Fifty-five, frumpy, and flung to the curb like an old floral sofa… Losing her Silicon Valley job to a younger woman was bad enough. Catching her husband in the arms of one is the final straw. Something’s gotta give, like the last threads of Perla Palazzo’s sanity. Then, a plan so wild and reckless it’s just an inch to the left of self-destruction. With a bank foreclosure hanging over her head and staring at the last of her savings, Perla books a trip to the Amalfi Coast in the hope of fulfi... more
  • Through this strange window

    by Edgar Smith
    This is a collection of short stories dealing in the supernatural and metaphysical, while posting intriguing philosophical questions and pushing the reader through, at times, uncomfortable pathways. Themes such as identity, death, the beyond, hell, the occult, aliens, and fate are discussed throughout the book in a series of powerfully engaging (at times, disturbing) tales.
  • Last Strand

    by Jennifer Estep
    Every bloody thread has been leading to this . . . I’ve battled a lot of bad guys in my time, both as Gin Blanco and as the notorious assassin the Spider. But I’ve never faced off against anyone quite as powerful and deadly as the dastardly leader of the Circle secret society. Just when I finally have a lead on how I can defeat the evil group once and for all, new information comes to light that throws me for a loop. Suddenly, everyone and everything I love is in imminent peril of being de... more
  • Oval Man

    by Mary Davis Gage
    Oval Man, a superhero from outer space must stop Triangularus, resident of Planet Isosceles, from stealing all the triangular slices of cheese pizza on Earth. Can Oval Man and his faithful sidekick pup named Ovaltina stop Triangularus before another child’s lunch disappears into thin air? A large gap exists in children’s literature where science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) blend seamlessly. This shortfall led to the creation of Oval Man, an indie book aimed at 2nd-4th gr... more
  • The Sallow Scourge

    by E Stuart Marlowe
    On the cusp of becoming maidens, twin Queens Allison and Joie Wynpenny have spent the past year trapped inside their castle. The Sallow Scourge has their kingdom in its grip. Whether curse or contagion, the wisemen do not yet know. What is known is that it causes the afflicted to commit severe bodily harm, while disrupting the balance of magic throughout the realm. Both queens decide that something drastic must be done, though each has a very different solution. Allison vows to seek out the c... more

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