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  • Fool's Proof

    by Eva Sandor
    Disgraced, exiled royal jester Malfred Murd hatches a plan to regain his dignity by tricking a sweet, batty old lady into thinking he can work magic. But the joke's on him: the lady is Dame Elsebet de Whellen, ruler of a technologically advanced country on the brink of destruction. Sweet she may be— but she's also armed, deadly, and crazy enough to drag Fred along with her on the desperate rescue mission that will decide the future of her people.
  • She Runs With Wolves

    by Kimberly T. Hennessy

    What if losing yourself meant you were erased from existence? Your essence overridden with no one the wiser?

    Ylva the She Wolf – a parasitic artificial intelligence trapped for years in a box yearns for a human host to become alive again.

    Eira, a fiery human prisoner, will do anything to escape the clutches of the evil ruler Lorcan and fulfill an old prophecy told about her unborn child.

    The power of three wolves unite the two in a battle for supremacy to restore those... more

  • Malila of the Scorch: Book Three of Old Men and Infidels

    by W. Clark Boutwell
    Jesse Johnstone, the First of the Old Ones who having received the Ageplay treatment expect to live well into a second century, is elated. Malila Chiu, the middle-aged (although only eighteen) soldier of the damned Unity has finally been located. From the outer reaches of the atmosphere in America’s newest weapon, the R-ship, he follows her into the Scorch. From his distant youth the Scorch has been for Jesse a sanctuary, even if a bloodthirsty one. Now he finds the jungle pitted against him and... more
  • Black the Tides (Threads of Dreams, 2)

    by K.A. Wiggins

    Something deadly lurks below the surface . . .

    The dead haunt my dreams. Though I'm still recovering from battling the Mara, I can't deny their summons—nor do I want to.

    I've proved to myself and everyone else that I can fight the monsters and win. Now I can't wait to destroy them once and for all.

    But in my hurry to take revenge against our oppressors and cement my hard-won position as hero of the city, I must have dived back... more

  • The Luck

    by D.G. Valdron
    A tale of a nameless Orc. A fantasy murder mystery set in a primordial city where races mix and strive to coexist. An Orc wakes to find a wounded Gnome in her shelter. Instead of snapping it's neck and going back to sleep, she's bribed to delivery a message. Soon she finds herself embroiled in a labyrinth of plots and treason as unknown armies clash in the night. To save and protect her Gnome she must unravel the mystery before phantom enemies come for them both, even while the Gnome protects ... more
  • The Bear Cavalry, The True (Not) History of the Icelandic Bears

    by D.G. Valdron
    A quirky, inventive alternate history written in the style of a fun, funky, pop culture television documentary, The Bear Cavalry, features host, Robin Prufrock, as he travels the world, telling the story of how the Vikings in Iceland domesticated bears for meat and as draft animals, and how the Scandinavian Bear Cavalry eventually evolved to become the most fearsome fighting unit in the Medieval world, along the way are entertaining detours into biology, evolutionary history, the Viking era, Med... more
  • What Devours Also Hungers

    by D.G. Valdron
    Horror stories by D.G. Valdron, author of ‘The Mermaid's Tale,’ ‘Giant Monsters Sing Sad Songs’ and ‘There Are No Doors in Dark Places.’ ‘The Squad,’ about the army enlisting the men in the masks, horror movie slashers as unstoppable, uncontrollable soldiers; ‘Piggyback’ about the ultimate serial killer; ‘The First Men,’ a Lovecraftian tribute; ‘Silence’ about a thief hiding in the home of a killer; ‘Moonwalker’ and a cyberpunk apocalypse; ‘The Viruses of Quiet Desperation’ about love, choices a... more
  • Chaos: Worlds Beyond

    by C.W. Holcomb

    Amid the power struggle for a vast Empire, a young boy is swept along with a Tribe of fearless warriors on their Quest to the Mystical uncharted Crimson World!

    As young gods fall to the Worlds from the stars they are born in, appearing as comets streaking across the sky; sentient magical artifacts call to the minds of men: calling with images and promises of power from Wild Worlds. Massive and strange they hold gigantic monsters and wonders that are beyond the scope of the imaginations ... more

  • Mary & the Alien

    by Ashley Good
    Bullied at school and abused at home, life isn't easy for nine-year-old Mary Schmidt. On one fateful summer's night in 1947, Mary's life is changed forever when she discovers a crashed alien spaceship and its lone surviving passenger. Set in the small town of Falkland, British Columbia, MARY & THE ALIEN explores an alternative Canadian version of the famed Roswell Incident through the eyes of young Mary and the women in her life.
  • Button's Wings

    by Liam KJ O'Leary

    “Button’s Wings” is a story about difference and acceptance. About friendship and finding your chosen family. What you are searching for does not always present itself in the ways you may think. Come join Pebble the little blue owl and Button, the caterpillar who couldn't turn into a Butterfly as they the search for "Button's Wings."

  • Sophia Freeman and the Mysterious Fountain

    by T.X. Troan
    EARTH AWAKENED ... SEED PLANTED ... PATH REVEALED. Sophia Freeman, eleven-year-old daughter of billionaire Jerri Freeman, has wanted to be an artist since the day she first held a pencil. Her father doesn’t approve, calling it her silly dream. Even worse, Dad has neglected Sophia since her mother—her greatest supporter—passed away two years ago. After Dad purchases an island to expand his empire, to Sophia’s surprise, he invites her along for the day to visit the island, expressing hopes... more
  • Ora and the Old God

    by Sarah Day

    The first book in a spellbinding series that weaves together powerful women and complex magic.


    Wild and stubborn, Ora Widogast is determined to join her brother for the annual Tabas hunt. After a terrible mistake, her brother is turned into a pig, and ... more

  • Midnight Horror Show

    by Ben Lathrop
    It’s end of October 1985 and the crumbling river town of Dubois, Iowa is shocked by the gruesome murder of one of the pillars of the community. Detective David Carlson has no motive, no evidence, and only one lead: the macabre local legend of “Boris Orlof,” a late night horror movie host who burned to death during a stage performance at the drive-in on Halloween night twenty years ago and the teenage loner obsessed with keeping his memory alive. The body count is rising and the darkness tha... more
  • Last Crucible of Humanity

    by Daniel R Scott
    VOLUME THREE OF THE HUMANITY TRANSFORMED SERIES This is the climax of the saga of humanity's search for survival and meaning in a world where they will no longer be the sole rulers. Our heroines and heroes face the ultimate test and find their base beliefs challenged. Will they succeed? Will they still be human? The final novel in "Humanity Transformed" is a mind-blowing read, centering around a Russian family, the Morizovs. The book gives readers a vivid description of how the Morizov’s cou... more
  • Warehouse Dreams

    by Theresa Halvorsen
    Kendle's job is on the line every time she rescues a Wild teen. But Wilds, with their uncontrolled psychic abilities, need her help. They need the chronically underfunded Warehouse, the only school available for Wilds. But accepting a teen with potentially dangerous abilities puts her at odds with her boss; refusing means the teen faces life institutionalized, sedated, and under restraint.Stephen, the new telepathy teacher, is a Bred. His wealthy parents paid for his perfect genetic code. He's n... more
  • Bidding Wars

    by Michael David MacBride
    Jenny is an orphan caught in the middle of a bidding war between two clerks with ties to wealthy philanthropists, who find ways to manipulate the system through insider trading. The Market allows shares of children to be traded, where more investment provides a better opportunity for the child's future. However, you can also short a child's stock and bet on him or her failing. Because orphans are unknown commodities, they offer great risk and potential reward for savvy investors, but leave the o... more

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