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  • Of Water and Dance

    by Leslie Griffin

    The forest is impenetrable. Mortals do not dare enter and the ancient Gods residing within cannot break free. In this stagnant, earthen prison they’ve waited, and one-by-one they’ve suffocated. But when a Leviathan is found slumbering deep inside a mountain and a Priestess’ destiny is fulfilled, her decision between four different fates ricochets through time and leaves a crack in the wall that separates the realms of mortals and Gods.

    With this fissur... more

  • Hummingbird

    by Holli Cox
    Bridget’s mother disappeared ten years ago. Now, it’s Bridget’s turn. When a time traveling sailboat named Hummingbird kidnaps her, Bridget meets the one person who knows the truth of her mother’s disappearance – Captain Camille, a weaver of the Circle. To uncover her mother’s past, Bridget becomes Captain Camille’s unwilling apprentice and learns to weave the fabric of time and space. But there are two problems: One—Captain Camille lost her memory and has no desire to repair her shattere... more
  • Trapezium

    by Vikram Singh Tomar
  • Twilight of The Colossus

    by Ian Kane

    Year: 2083. Established empires are fading and altered realities embrace a sinister future. Earth’s major remaining governments are now completely powerless in the face of the recently emerged voracious megafirms that now have near virtual reign over every aspect of life. Any who oppose the corporate state are crushed in its ever-expanding shadow.

    Beneath the sprawling cities of the wealthy elites, super gangs are pitted against one another in what has become a hyper-kinetic ... more

  • Misfit's Magic: The Last Halloween

    by Fred Gracely

    By age thirteen, the list of nasty foster homes Goff had lived in was longer than he was old. He'd given up on having friends long ago. He survived by keeping his head down, hiding from bullies, ignoring teasing morons, and pouring himself into earning a Scholarship to Amworth Academy, a place he hoped he could finally call home. When transferred to Spraksville, a town with a history of witchcraft, it was just more of the same to him -- until the stone gargoyles started t... more

  • Demon's Song

    by Julie Boglisch
    Alex always wished to see the Overlands, a place of sunshine and freedom. However, as a slave in the far corners of the Underlands, it was all but a dream. That is, until he’s framed for murder and is forced to flee during a demon attack. Searching for the answers to why he was framed and seeking a chance at the fleeting freedom he’s always dreamed about, he journeys to the capital, meeting friend and foe along the way. But the Underlands are both beautiful and dangerous. He will have to rely on... more
  • Light-Years From Home

    by Michaelbrent Collings

    International bestseller and multiple Dragon Award finalist Michaelbrent Collings invites you on a journey into the farthest reaches of space…and maybe even back again.


    It was supposed to be a walk in the park—literally. Just a quick trip into Muir Woods to grab a few samples for a science lab, then back home again (for better or worse). But life doesn’t always go as planned, and a three-hour hike in the woods turned into a three... more

  • Man on Mars: The Wake (Book 1)

    by X. Quinn
    The Wake is book one in the Man on Mars Sci-Fi trilogy. In 2057, an unknown virus spreads on Earth, so some people choose to move to Mars. However, Mars is not made habitable by humans. Instead, a planet-wide transformation has been done by Gattis, a group of intelligent alien beings who've expanded their territory to our solar system. At first, they appear friendly and willing to share their technology, but in secret, they're preparing to conquer Earth. Since then, there's been peace and war be... more
  • The Sky Place

    by Lyla Cork
    Ancient Maya magic sparks a man’s quest to save his dying wife in THE SKY PLACE. When a Maya princess of Tikal is captured by the king of Caracol, she expects to find only death. Instead, she finds love in the arms of the king’s younger brother. He cannot save her from the sacrificial knife, but he can use the secrets of the daykeepers in a desperate bid to bring her back to life. Fourteen hundred years later, Mitch Hudson is hoping those same secrets will save his wife. With time closing ... more
  • Conscience of the King: The Dragonhorse Chronicles ~ Book 2

    by Showandah Terrill

    The man who spared his life and stopped a war, is missing. His wife's father hates him. His son resents him. He has an alien delegation on his doorstep. It is his first year as the Thirteenth Dragonhorse, and he still cannot fathom how he got to be the most powerful single entity in the known galaxy.

    In this second book in the Dragonhorse Chronicles, Ah'krill Ardenai Morningstar has more questions than answers, but he knows that the fate of millions of people hangs on what he ch... more

  • The Band of Moonlit Waters

    by Brad Bussie
    After going into cold sleep aboard Earth's last surviving colony ship, Commander Tyler Ryan Tor awakens marooned on an alien world. Having gone to sleep expecting to awaken orbiting a distant habitable planet with the rest of Earth's refugees, he finds himself alone and hunted by an ancient evil. The darkness that pursues Commander Tor wants the knowledge in his head, but there is one problem – Tyler can’t remember anything before the crash. It is up to a ragtag band of unlikely heroes ... more
  • Pardon Me, Please

    by Lois Wickstrom
    Albert, a turkey at a turkey farm, sees the President on TV pardon his turkey and wish him a long life. Meanwhile, a family of humans is looking at him. He knows they don't want him for a pet. He understands that everybody has to eat. But, they don't have to eat him! Can he convince the humans to pardon him, like the President did, and take him to Turkey Pardon Park, instead?
  • Wake from Reality

    by C. S. Davis

    We all know the dangers, but programmer Martin Johnson cannot help himself. Artificial consciousness promises a path to living forever in the virtual world, and Martin is obsessed with this purpose. Though his employer has other aspirations.

    Martin discovers that his creation has been duplicated. Zeno, a rogue consciousness trained in hacking and espionage, has escaped the lab. While the company covers its tracks with deadly efficiency, Zeno is offered into the service of federal law en... more

  • The Pennymores and the Curse of the Invisible Quill

    by Eric Koester
    When her brother vanishes in the night, along with all she thought to be true of magic, Parker Pennymore must unmask family secrets, travel far beyond the castle walls, and convince her sisters Quinn and Aven to break a few laws along the way - but what's a hero's journey without a little rebellion? The Pennymores is a family-friendly quest perfect for middle-grade and young adult readers who love fantasy, mystery, adventure, and magical realism, including dwarves, trolls, elves, talking anim... more
  • V.I.C.T.O.R.S

    by William Lynn Smith

    This is a story of technology and its relationship with today's combat situations. The acronym VICTORS stands for Validation, Infiltration, and Capture/Terrorize Objective Resolution. The main part of this program is a group of artificial intelligence driven/satellite controlled land drones. They have exceptional combat and surveillance capabilities and utilize the eight legged propulsion of large 200 pound tarantula spiders. 

  • A Twist of Fae

    by El Holly
    I know where my birth parents are. And no, I haven't met them yet. Because if I want to, I'm going to have to save them first. ***** With the help of her friends Quince, Cam, and Maggie, Evelyn “Eevee” Acker was finally ready to meet her birth parents, who, she’s recently discovered, are fae. That should be the end of the story. But Eevee doesn’t find what she’s looking for. Instead, she has a choice to make: save her birth parents, who she's never met, and put herself and her love... more