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  • Harry Watt, Bounty Hunter

    by Rob Guy

    For Harry Watt, Bounty Hunter, simply doing what he's told was never an option. When the best hydrologist on Earth goes AWOL after first helping himself to some company funds, Judge Headlock, Harry’s employer and nemesis, instructs him to bring back the runaway to face justice.

    A trip to Mars onboard one of the new ships with the StrateLine Drive sounds like fun, but Harry soon discovers something stinks about this job, and it’s not one of his socks. He realizes he must ... more

  • Novus (The Cresecren Chronicles, Book 1)

    by Crystal Marcos

    "Official Selection" Winner in the E-Book Young Adult category, 2015 New Apple Book Awards!

    Winner Best Books in the Young Adult category, 2016 Pinnacle Book Achievement Awards!

    "Honorable Mention" Winner in the Sci-fi category, 2016 New York Book Festival!

    B.R.A.G Medallion Honoree, 2016 indieBRAG!

    "Honorable Mention" Winner in the Young Adult category, 2016 Holly... more

  • The Deadliest Earthling

    by Gibson Morales
    When he was six, Johnny’s parents gave their lives to defeat the Anunnaki and free Earth. Except they failed. Ten years of training later, a reluctant Johnny is the best cadet in the Watcher resistance network. He’s not the best because he wants to fight aliens, but because it’s the only way to escape his parents’ tainted legacy. At least, according to The Eagle, the leader of the resistance. But on the day Johnny is set to graduate and finally put his training into action, the Anunnaki attac... more
  • The Ghost Princess

    by M. Walsh

    Graylands is where people go when they don't want to be found. A neutral, mostly frontier country between two opposing empires, it is a haven for drifters, pilgrims, outlaws, and everything in between hoping to build a new life, find adventure, or just disappear. Katrina Lamont is one such individual. Once upon a time, she was the Chosen One-a warrior charged with a great and heroic destiny. But when she finished her journey, there was no happy ending waiting for her. Now she lives as an ... more

  • Bloodrush

    by Ben Galley

    “Magick ain’t pretty, it ain’t stars and sparkles. Magick is dirty. It’s rough. Raw. It’s blood and guts and vomit. You hear me?”

    When Prime Lord Hark is found in a pool of his own blood on the steps of his halls, Tonmerion Hark finds his world not only turned upside down, but inside out. His father's last will and testament forces him west across the Iron Ocean, to the very brink of the Endless Land and all civilisation. They cal... more

  • Dead Stars - Part Two

    by Ben Galley

    North, is where the battle will take place.

    North, is where Farden must go.

    But to death, to glory, or to both?

    The Arka have chosen their champion, and now he must lead them to the top of the world - The Spine, where the black mountains belch fire, and where the battle against cataclysm will take place upon the ice.

    As they travel north in a warship clad in iron, the Krauslung they leave behind is crumbling. Not under the onslaught of the girl and her daemons, but fro... more

  • Dead Stars - Part One

    by Ben Galley

    The sky is falling.

    The world trembles beneath it.

    Emaneska is crying out for a saviour.

    Somebody is hunting down the Written in the wilds. Murdering and skinning them alive. Who? A mere girl. A girl who was born to rip the stars from the sky and bring them crashing down to earth. The direst enemy Emaneska has ever faced.

    In the wake of the Battle of Krauslung, the world has changed. For the darker. For the stranger. Magick swells like a storm, spilling from the stunne... more

  • Pale Kings

    by Ben Galley

    Emaneska is crying out for a saviour

    The only question is:

    Can they kill a child to save a world?

    Emaneska’s Long Winter remains as bitter as a blade between the ribs. War is fast approaching. Gods and daemons are hovering on the horizon. Long-lost revelations arrive to haunt the lives of three men. The Pale Kings are rising.  

    While Farden busies himself digging up his past in the strange deserts of Paraia, the storm-clouds begin to gather for Durnus, Eless... more

  • The Written

    by Ben Galley

    His name is Farden. 

    They whisper that he’s dangerous. 

    Dangerous is only the half of it. 

    Something has gone missing from the libraries of Arfell. Something very old, and something very powerful. Five scholars are now dead, a country is once again on the brink of war, and the magick council is running out of time and options. 

    Entangled in a web of lies and politics and dragged halfway across icy Emaneska and back, Farden must unearth a secre... more

  • Crossing in Time (Between Two Evils #1)

    by D.L. Orton

     

    Remember how it feels to Fall in Love?

    • Race against the clock through a dystopian nightmare.
    • Climb naked into an untested time machine (carrying only a seashell and a promise).
    • Wake up twenty years younger on a tropical beach, buck naked and mortally wounded, with your heart in your throat. 

    This is a journey of passion, loss, and redemption that will have your pulse galloping and your palms sweating, make you ... more

  • Darien and the Seed of Obreget

    by Jeanna Kunce

    In the western lands of Telinoria, there lives a tree with magical healing properties. It has stood atop Videre Hill for centuries, curing and helping those in its presence. But now a battle has begun and its very existence is in jeopardy.

    Darien, safely returned home, increasingly struggles to find a balance between her need to express her creativity and her parents’ wishes that she work harder to fit in and grow up. As she pushes for more independence from her family, her acquai... more

  • Darien and the Lost Paints of Telinoria

    by Jeanna Kunce

    Darien is a creative ten-year-old girl who wishes to escape her dull and predictable life. She loves to read, draw, and daydream, despite her parents’ efforts to teach her to be practical. But when a stormy day brings Darien together with her peculiar neighbor, strange things begin to happen.

    Miss Mildred–or Miss Mildew, as she is called behind her back–lives across the street from Darien. Old-fashioned and stern, Miss Mildred agrees to babysit Darien for the day and shares her secret b... more

  • This Is NOT A Sob Story

    by Kaitlyn Malone
    JOIN THE VIP CLUB. There’s never been a media disaster bigger than this; there’s also never been a more perfect one. When you’re Oscar royalty, you never dream of fame and fortune being a fabrication. Nineteen year-old Olivia Ashbury would bet hard cash on that, until the night she realized she was starring in the biggest conspiracy to hit the New York Times: her life. Or at least her illusion of it. You may not remember her, but you know her all too well. Before, Olivia Ashbury’s name... more
  • Pariah

    by C. R. Richards
    Millennia have passed since the corrupt of Seelie society were banished from Otherworld. Abandoned in the Human Realm, their Descendants keep to the shadows, secretly controlling criminal organizations and swaying governments. Jin, a Seelie Descendant, refuses to swear allegiance to any Clan. Marked as a pariah, he is banished from their society. One ill-fated evening, Jin breaks the rules to visit the family he left behind.
  • Brave New Girls: Tales of Girls and Gadgets

    by Stephen Kozeniewski

    This collection of sci-fi stories features brainy young heroines who use their smarts to save the day. Girls who fix robots and construct superhero suits, hack interstellar corporations and build virtual reality platforms. Who experiment with alien chemicals and tinker with time machines. Who defy expectations and tap into their know-how—in the depths of space, or the bounds of dystopia, or the not-too-distant future—to solve despicable crimes, talk to extraterrestrials, and take ... more

  • Thomas Holland and the Prophecy of Elfhaven (Volume 1)

    by Kerry Doherty
    Thomas Holland is an average thirteen year old kid from Chicago. That is, if you consider someone who builds robots for fun, who analyses the inventions of Leonardo De Vinci and who studies the designs of medieval weaponry, as average. A kid who’s mom heads a team of theoretical physicists working hard to prove the existence of parallel universes. Well, perhaps he’s not exactly average. One thing’s for certain, however, Thomas Holland does not believe in magic. But, when Tom’s mom and her team ... more

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