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  • Sunstruck (The Bigfoot Mysteries Book 1)

    by Polenth Blake
    The Spokane Ecology Board covers up supernatural incidents, under the pretence of enforcing environmental laws. It's a dull job of sightseeing thunderbirds and pixie outbreaks. Until the team gets murdered. Ari is the replacement team's Bigfoot liaison. Armed with everything she's learned from detective shows, she's ready to find the murderer. The downside is the job comes with a human partner, who smells of air freshener and lines up his desk like a math project. He's only a scientist, so it... more
  • Mana Pool

    by L.J. McLean
    Not all is what it seems when an asteroid, coincidently, crashes into the Pacific Ocean on December 21, 2012, bringing forth a mysterious wave of change on the world. The human population slowly transforms into magical beings, pitting everybody against each other on religion and race than ever before. Scott Dunne and Katie Walsh are the newly transformed, called terrans, and must survive to get home. But the earth is not alone. An alien battle group’s member Jaruka Teal is caught in the event... more
  • From the Den - Seven Stories of a Healer Wizard

    by L.J. McLean
    A healer wizard’s journey, from training, his destined profession, and the one person he disappointed years ago; a confrontation with a disturbed werewolf mobster and a curious college girl; a mother’s unexpected discovery in a magical community; a young man’s ultimate choice for happiness away from home; an upcoming bride’s unconventional second chance at life; a young man’s deep secret jeopardizing his life; a cursed family is saved while preventing a country-wide disaster. Tyler Ingert: H... more
  • The Dazzle of Day: City of Roses

    by Kip Manley
    City of Roses is a serialized epic very firmly set in Portland, Oregon—an urban fantasy mixing magical realism with gonzo noirish prose, where duels are fought in Pioneer Square and union meetings are beseiged by ghost bicycles. —Jo Maguire, a highly strung, underemployed telemarketer, has been knighted in the mysterious Court of Roses. Her roommate, Ysabel, is a Princess of the Court, and the intended Bride of the King Come Back (whomever that turns out to be). Together they must face the threa... more
  • Wake Up...: City of Roses

    by Kip Manley
    City of Roses is a serialized epic very firmly set in Portland, Oregon—an urban fantasy mixing magical realism with gonzo noirish prose, where duels are fought in Pioneer Square and union meetings are beseiged by ghost bicycles. —It's the story of Jo Maguire, a highly strung, underemployed telemarketer, and what happens when she meets Ysabel, a princess of unspecified pedigree. Jo rather unexpectedly becomes Ysabel's guardian and caretaker, and now must make her way through the strange subcultur... more
  • Tales from the Securemarket

    by Colin Sandel
    Welcome to New Washington, the most prolific center of technological and thaumatological research in the 23rd century. For nearly two hundred years, the largest city in the former United States has been struggling to rebuild the culture that was dealt a hefty blow by the return of magic. Some might say that this goal has been reached or surpassed, but the average metropolitan citizen's way of life has been irrevocably altered on a day-to-day basis. Weapons are worn openly on the streets. Magical... more
  • SanClare Black (The Prince of Sorrows Book 1)

    by Jenna Waterford
    No SanClare fated to bear the title "Prince of Sorrows" ever enjoyed an easy life, and soon after Nylan learns he will carry this prince-name, his existence as a sheltered Sensitive comes to a brutal end. Abducted by pirates who leave his beloved guardian for dead, Nylan is thrown through the Breach into magic-fearing Camarat where he must endure the invasion of thoughts and emotions from even the slightest touch. This dangerous empathy leads Nylan to the accidental discovery of his healing abil... more
  • Blood Phoenix: Rebirth (Broken World Book 1)

    by Alisha Costanzo
    Before she ran into a compelling stranger on the busy streets of NYC, before she knew the truth about her father, before she died, Ria was just a normal girl, trying to make ends meet. Now with an unhelpful six-thousand-year-old mentor, she wished someone had written a handbook on how to be undead. But small details, like how to drink blood without killing, why she wakes up in the middle of the day, and how to juggle two paranormal men, are near pointless when the scary Wicked Witch of Water... more
  • The Compendium of Raath - Book 1: The Chosen

    by Michael Mood
    On the world of Raath it is believed that magical power is granted by God when you do good for others. But when Wren, Otom, Domma, Krothair, and Halimaldie find themselves caught up in a divine plan, they are forced to question their lives, their morality, the world around them, and ultimately whether they believe in anything at all.
  • Wolf Running

    by Toni L.H. Boughton
    She is born as the world is dying. A woman with no memory wakes to a nightmare. A strange new virus is sweeping the planet, killing millions. And a vast majority of those that die come back as mindless creatures intent on devouring their prey - humans. In this desolate new reality there is only one person she can trust; a fellow captive of the ravenous hordes. And when they get separated she will fight both the living and the dead to get back to her friend. On her journey from the un... more
  • The Dark Eagles: Wells in Desolation (Book 2)

    by David R. Smith

    With his faithful friends and mystical stone, Kief sets out on his greatest adventure yet, to seek passage across the dangerous seas in search of the dreaded Wells in Desolation. But there is more to fear than enemy soldiers and the pillaging rogues of the sea as others seek the power of the stone. Kief encounters new friends that help him along his journey and reveal secrets about his past and destiny. But one truth threatens to doom the fate of The Dark Eagles...

  • The March North

    by Graydon Saunders
    Egalitarian heroic fantasy. Presumptive female agency, battle-sheep, and bad, bad odds.
  • MYRRH

    by K. Griffiths
    The end of the world is well underway. You can stop looking for signs in the sky or bowls of judgment. The Four Horsemen have been loose among us for twenty centuries, which may explain any number of incidents in world history since ancient times. Exposure to the human race, however, has crippled the Horsemen nearly as much as they have hamstrung us. They have lost their mounts, most of their weapons, and nearly any element of surprise, thanks to what Petey (Pestilence) calls 'humanitis'. ... more
  • Project 1882

    by Martin Shirley
    Deep within the heart of the Scottish highlands, a non-existent branch of the British Empire struggles after decades of failure to utilise extraterrestrial technology against the Axis threat. With both the United States and the Soviet Union vying for post-war supremacy, tensions are high, and the stakes more so - thrust into the chaos of secrecy, David Harker is the man tasked with Project 1882.
  • The Captain's Witch

    by Rosemary Hawley Jarman
    Masquerading as human, Queen Malkar of Karenia preserves her youth by drawing out the souls of her subjects. When a captain of the rival kingdom enters Malkar's lands on a diplomatic mission, a series of events topples thrones and causes death as well as love in both lands
  • Harbinger Of Treason

    by Bayard West
    The admiral’s daughter awakes to the voice of a spy threatening to kill her boyfriend if he doesn’t steal her father’s prototype starship… With her spoiled military career behind her, Cassandra Hague pays for her tiny bunk on the Mars space station by flying transport missions to Earth and, when money is really tight, boxing. She is content to let her combat-flying skills atrophy until a spy threatens to kill her only friend unless they defect with her father's tech-heavy prototype frigate. C... more

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