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  • Ghosts of Winter: The Nameless Threat

    by Wendy Tardieu
    Many years after a nuclear war has ravaged the nation, small colonies have survived fall-out. But, a threat has come to the quiet hillsides. A government experiment gone wrong has begun to show its face in the form of senseless attacks and kidnappings. Kai is the daughter of the chief of Red Sky, a prominent trade colony. When rumors reach him that she may be a target, she is forced to set out on her own across the landscape. Finding the company of a thief and an exiled murderer, Kai must warn t... more
  • Numinous (A Dirge of Rood'ravil) (Volume 1)

    by Emory Skwara
    Growing up with a step-mother that couldn't care less if she existed and a father that abandoned her at a young age, Lily Blackmoor mostly took care of herself, and her younger brother Sebastian, on her own. Teased relentlessly through elementary and middle school, she didn't have it much better at school. It wasn't until her small, tabby cat Blink lured her into a magical hideaway that everything changed. He wasn't what he seemed and was on a mission to bring her back to her home world. But the... more
  • The Automation: Vol. 1 of the Circo del Herrero Series (The Circo del Herrero Series/The Blacksmith's Circus)

    by G.B. Gabbler
    The capital-A Automatons of Greco-Roman myth aren’t clockwork. Their design is much more divine. They’re more intricate than robots or androids or anything else mortal humans could invent. Their windup keys are their human Masters. They aren’t mindless; they have infinite storage space. And, because they have more than one form, they’re more versatile and portable than, say, your cell phone—and much more useful too. The only thing these god-forged beings share in common with those lowercase-A au... more
  • The Automation

    by G.B. Gabbler
    The capital-A Automatons of Greco-Roman myth aren’t clockwork. Their design is much more divine. They’re more intricate than robots or androids or anything else mortal humans could invent. Their windup keys are their human Masters. They aren’t mindless; they have infinite storage space. And, because they have more than one form, they’re more versatile and portable than, say, your cell phone—and much more useful too. The only thing these god-forged beings share in common with those lowercase-A au... more
  • Fade to Black, Book One: The Weir Chronicles

    by Sue Duff
    Ian Black is an illusionist with a talent for keeping secrets. College student Rayne Bevan has a gift for uncovering them. She suspects that the popular performer's skills extend beyond the stage and that he's the area’s mysterious and elusive defender of the innocent. In her efforts to uncover the truth, Rayne is swept into the hidden world of the Weir, a magical race who struggle to prevent Earth from self-destructing. Her inquiries expose Ian to those who would kill for his connection to the... more
  • The Keeper (The Keeper Trilogy Book 1)

    by A. J. Smith
    Jelly Jones' summer has gone from boring to miserable. First, her best friend leaves her for summer camp--all summer--then her uncle disappears! When the rest of her family goes to help search for the missing uncle, she is shunted off to stay with the stern old lady across the street. While Jelly is at the depths of her despair, a whisper in the dead of night leads her to a book in the forbidden attic ... and the adventure of a lifetime.
  • Lemonade Songs

    by Dora Badger
    Odette is a child with a unique talent - one that's putting everyone around her in jeopardy. On their last night together, her mother makes a decision that will change Odette's life forever.
  • Trippin Through The Bozone

    by JR Jordan
    A young idealistic Kidd Cassidy journeys through Bozeman, Montana in the 90's in hopes of getting an education. Along the way he encounters strange characters and situations, spiraling out of control until he ultimately finds himself.
  • The Tree and the Light

    by JR Strange
    There once was a legendary place of wonder and beauty. Never in its history has there been a place like this. At the center of this world was the Tree. It was gigantic by all comparisons, and a peaceful people lived in and under this colossus. All seemed well, but there was a secret among the people; a fear that was never voiced, a shadow that was creeping. It moved into their land, made war against them, and did something unthinkable that shook the world. When all hope seemed to fade a great Li... more
  • Obsidian

    by Jude Joseph Lovell

    LONG AGO, in a "land belonging to no one," a lonely, fifteen-year-old child named Gregor is exploring the treacherous rock formations at the base of the fabled Two-Pronged Mountain. He reaches into a crevice and withdraws something the likes of which he has never seen: a heavy fragment of perfectly smooth black glass. He hurries the discovery away, hoping to contribute it to his small cache of obscure treasures, which includes broken pieces of once-extravagant china and a long, razo... more

  • Intelligenz

    by Lloyd Blake
    Atlanta, Georgia. Something disturbing is happening at one of America's most successful tech companies. A girl is found dead in her home shower cubicle. A home linked to the Intelligenz corporation network of technologically advanced gated communities. This suspicious death, in a world where everything is scrutinised by the media, sets off unprecedented interest. A young rookie journalist, Clara Flockhart, is assigned by her chief editor, Eric Nash, to investigate the strange happenings at the... more
  • The Beginning

    by Adrian H Maunder
    Words innocently read from a dusty book. No one could ever have seen their power. Certainly not two young adults playing in their attic. However, it was those very words that transported Anna and Henry to an alien world. A world of violence and intrigue, romance and magic...A World Of Pirates.
  • Seeking the Sun

    by Jason P. Crawford
    Daphne Gianakos begins having strange dreams as she prepares for college life at the University of Florida. Soon, she encounters a strange man who triggers conflicting emotions within her - the last surviving Greek god. She must learn who she is, who she was, and the truth about what has happened to the rest of the gods...or the world will pay the price.
  • Saffron: Book One of The Neptune Chronicles

    by Vic Warren
    Jamie Edmondson is friends with nearly everybody, as long as they don’t disagree with his strident views on the environment. When he leads an expedition up the California coast to the discovery of a new race of humans who live under the sea, things change. That’s when he meets some really bad people who don’t like humans that aren’t human. We call them Neptunes, and this race of telepaths threatens everything we humans stand for. When Jamie falls for a beautiful young Neptune, he discovers that ... more
  • Moorehead Manor

    by David McMullen-Sullivan
    Three teenagers stumble into a haunted mansion that traps them in a deadly nightmare. In order to escape alive, they must uncover the house's dark secrets of murder and prejudice.
  • The Disappearance

    by Big Imge Films
    Everything in ex-Marine Sean O’Connell’s life changes in an instant when an unspeakable evil enters a small and secluded Midwestern cottage town during the 4th of July holiday and snatches his wife and son, along with the other residents of the town. This mass disappearance occurs under the guise of a terrorist attack on American soil, and Sean, the lone “survivor,” finds himself on the run trying to put the pieces of a puzzle together, desperate in his search to find his family. His only allies... more

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