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  • Cursed Are We

    by M. K. HALL
    Is it wise to seek the truth about an ancient magic residing within one’s soul? Is it safe to unravel mysteries of legends lost so long ago, they’ve faded into myth? And what if the only person who could make sense of it all has no memories? Despite the lingering fear that she’ll never get answers to her past, Reya has settled into a complacent way of life. But when Varick appears, he shatters the fragile wall she’s built around herself and forces her to confront the tragedy of her past. S... more
  • The First Sin: South of Eden

    by Lisa Beth Darling

    Drop Your Religious Baggage at the Door When Lucifer Returns to Eden

    What if everything you were taught about The Bible was a lie and those you were taught to fear were anything but?


    In this creative and often humorous re-envisioning of the Christian Creation Story, Lucifer is unceremoniously yanked out of Hell by his Father so he can return to his old job in the Garden of Eden. When he arrives, broken, battered, and bleeding, he falls into the arms of Eve w... more

  • The Source of Death

    by Jay Michael Night

    On the night that monsters with glowing eyes took everything away...

    Mikey Black's mother had called him special. As if making everyone around him deathly sick was a gift. Instead, Mikey felt cursed, like he was radioactive.

    He spent years being tossed between foster homes, never lasting more than a month. Families didn't take long to realize that being around him was bad for their health.

    All Mikey wanted were answers. What was wrong with him? Why w... more

  • Wilhelmina Quigley: Magic School Dropout

    by Liese Sherwood-Fabre
    A missing father. A mother bewitched. Wilhelmina must use her unpredictable magic to catch whoever—or whatever—is stalking her parents. When Wilhelmina accidentally sets her remedial magic class on fire, she is sent to live in the ordinary world with a mother she barely knows. Her adjustment gets off to a very rocky start. She has sudden, unexplainable bursts of magic—mostly while navigating the middle-school minefield—and her mother’s behaving like she’s under some spell. Despite her handicappe... more
  • Ravenbourne Slavery

    by Benjamin Barnette
    Before the Age of Iron, a young warrior from the fallen city of Opar is wounded in battle and condemned to virulent slavery, along with the women, children, and the few remaining men. Finding unforeseen fortune, Kaelin saves the life of the powerful “Lord of Ravenbourne” and recruited into his elite army of Ravenbourne Warriors; the most feared warriors throughout the Empire. \tSent to the rich and wonderous land of Ravenbourne—created by the Goddess Asa—worshiped by women throughout the Empir... more
  • A Nocturne in Red

    by Court Ellyn
    Sanjen Laurelius, a lute-wielding bard, is a rising star. He’s also wanted by the emperor. When he calls upon his special brand of song-magic to fight off a rampaging harpy, he finds himself the object of unwanted attention: a powerful officer in the emperor’s service hires Sanjen to find the cure for a curse that has transformed a favored concubine into a blood-thirsty monster. But Sanjen’s past is catching up with him. He must find a way to save the victim of the curse before his em... more
  • Deadmann Conflict

    by Angel Gonzal
    A drifter with a troubled past crosses paths with an unlikely stranger, unbeknownst to them, their fates are somehow connected in a very complicated manner. A town plagued with evil holds the answers they seek and the redemption they've been longing.
  • The Old Purple Box with a Pink Ribbon

    by Angel Gonzal
    While decorating the tree with her family, 5-year-old Elsa discovered an old purple box with a pink ribbon underneath the Christmas tree. She asked her parents what it could be; to her delight, that old purple box with a pink ribbon wasn't just an ordinary box. From that simple little thing, little Elsa learned the true meaning of Christmas in the most unusual way.
  • The Red Rebel Extravaganza

    by Angela Kay

    When a smuggler meets a ringmaster, anything can happen. Then again, magic and mayhem have always gone hand in hand.

    Copper James left the smuggling world when a job gone wrong resulted in the death of someone she loved. To keep herself from standing trial for a crime she didn’t commit, Copper is forced back into the chaos of her old life to find and return a missing item in exchange for her freedom. But when the Grand Ringmaster of The Red Rebel Extravaganza makes her a similar o... more

  • The General's Son

    by Charlotte Goodwin
    Two worlds, one wormhole and magic that spans galaxies. Garrad doesn’t know how to wield magic; his skill with a blade is enough. He just wants to be a soldier, but his bloodline sees him given a role he didn’t expect. He is charged with protecting two wayward princesses: two women who don’t need a minder – or so they think. Garrad had no idea there was life on other planets and he’d never heard of Earth. But when the princesses are captured by an old enemy, he has no choice but to follow ... more
  • The Prophet's Gambit

    by Ellie Evaris
    When seventeen-year-old Aris meets Alek, a tarot reading leads him and his friends to believe she's the key to finding Krysidia—the hidden realm from which their ancestors were banished. But only if Aris can learn to trust her newfound abilities does she stand a chance at fulfilling the deck's prophecy. Torn between a desire to prove herself to her mysterious new mentor, and letting Alek continue to protect her, Aris must face the fact that her life will never be the same. Wherever magic goes, d... more
  • The Neon God

    by R.M. Gayler

       Computers and phones across the globe suddenly erupt with dazzling neon light, hypnotizing billions of users worldwide. In the quiet aftermath of a global catastrophe four survivors navigate a world ruled by an enigmatic Alternate Intelligence.

       Jessie Aguilar emerges from her subterranean hideaway, seeking revenge for the atrocities she witnessed. Inexplicably assisted by a computer system controlling all technology, her ambitions cloaked with mistrust and dece... more

  • Cycled: Rebirth

    by Alekz Wokal
    Atop Skyekyra—the land above the clouds—a mysterious power awakens within a young slave. This catapults her to embark on a journey to discover her origins, where she will encounter foes harnessing magical abilities, learn a prophecy of a liberator, and discover a plan that threatens all of life itself—all while eluding a godlike monarch, hell-bent on her demise.
  • Master of Music

    by Marla Himeda
    Not long after the Druids came to Eire, the Bards mysteriously vanished from the annals of history, fleeing their native shores to begin life on a remote chain of islands … the Bardic Isles. Over two hundred years later, a village boy is born with a gift of music that hasn't been seen since the exodus from Eire. Not understanding what he possesses, seven-year-old Kaelin is convinced his music is responsible for an unforgivable act. Suffused with guilt, he plays his homemade flute only in the pri... more
  • Blood Moon: Book Three of the EPSILON SciFi Thriller Series

    by Brian H. Roberts
    Dallas Gordon has returned to Earth from Mars, leaving the Prospector mission in the hands of his replacement, Commander Genady Antonov. But unrest among the mining crew threatens the viability of the new permanent mining colony, Epsilon City. Meanwhile, General Zhang Aiguo conspires to lead a new Chinese dynasty that rules the Earth, the Moon, and Mars. He signs a treaty with the remnant communist Chinese government, but plots to take over mainland China and the South China Sea. He also sets u... more
  • The Glassman

    by Multi Mind

    Mars, the lead vocalist of rock band Lumination Rising, is learning how to live with his new self. Living in the aftermath of a devastating accident, Mars gained a new ability: he can control and create glass. That’s not all that is new about Mars. His bandmates and family worry as they see how Mars has dealt with the changes and fear it will only get worse. Mars isn’t a monster – but he isn’t so sure himself.

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