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  • The Looking Glass: Tales of Light and Dark

    by H.L. Sudler
    A group of teens has a day from hell, while another group takes an unforgettable excursion. A woman discovers a devastating secret, while another is a secret herself. Some monsters never stay buried, while others walk the earth freely. These are among the eleven stories that reveal the darkest nature in ourselves and others. In the known and unknown. Are you ready to gaze into The Looking Glass?
  • The Eternals: The Children of Spring

    by James Kirschenheuter
    Left on the steps of St. Matthew’s orphanage as infants, Sean and Sierra watched the years go by and saw all of their friends become adopted. However that all changes when they meet their estranged Aunt Desiree. That’s not the only thing that changed. Sierra and Sean soon discover their true identities as godlike beings, and belonging to a cosmic dysfunctional family. The book takes you across the United States as Sierra and Sean try to find their parents, in order to prevent the world from an e... more
  • The Legend of Erwand

    by Beatriz Garcia
    From the outside, Ehrien Gordon is just a normal girl. If you took a closer look you’d know about Ehrien’s hallucinations, about the things only she sees, hears and feels. If you were brave enough to get close, you would wish you hadn’t.Through a chance encounter and a misstep, Ehrien learns her hallucinations are real. And with that knowledge she is forced to accept that her past and all she has ever believed to be true are lies. With that knowledge Ehrien finds herself in a war between two wor... more
  • Longevity: The Wardens Of Time

    by Caleb Smith
    Noah Thomas is a scrawny seventh grader who is bullied to the brink in his new town. Friendless, except for sassy tomboy Wendy Sherman, who seems to lend him the confidence he needs to stand up to his oppressors. Upon stumbling into a book shop one afternoon while on the run from some teenaged tyrants, Noah is hurled into an unexplainable adventure. Noah learns that the bookshop does, in fact, lead to the Akashic Records – a place that holds all spirit lives recorded in tablets of light. With th... more
  • No Ordinary Lizard

    by Diane Owens
    If you had a secret pet who was smart enough to write you messages, how far would you go to protect him? This is the question 11-year-old Ruth Patterson faces every day. To keep her secret, Ruth must take the blame for all the trouble he causes. To keep him safe, she'll have to solve the mystery of a glowing rock, decipher a Hawaiian legend and unravel a string of lies - all before the lizard's dangerous enemy catches up with them.
  • Babylon Twins

    by MF Gibson
    Cloe and Elizabeth Yetti are antisocial, semi-homicidal, eighteen-year-old twins casually surviving the AI apocalypse. For the past 10 years, civilization has consisted of mindless addicts of a superdrug that machine intelligence controls from their treatment centers in drone-dominated cities. Thanks to their super scientist/survivalist mom, the twins are surviving in the forests in Northern California, until a mysterious stranger and a demonic woodland creature appear to threaten their family. ... more
  • The Gilded Lynx

    by Leah Erickson
    Daphne is a fourteen-year-old girl who leads a life of wealth and privilege but also great loneliness. She is the daughter of the CEO of a biotech mega-company who has gone missing, and a beautiful but failed movie star of a mother. Her wish to escape her little bubble and explore the outside world becomes true when her life gets torn apart in a rash of violent riots and The Sickness, as the downtrodden rise up against the privileged and the dead pile up. Homeless and on the run, she navigates t... more
  • Fire Dance (Polychrome Heroics Book 2)

    by Simon White
    Theodora was born different. She had wings, and a halo. But she didn't think she was an angel, she was just a country girl, alone in the Big Apple. Alone that is, until she met Alicea Barnes aka Inferna. After they fought, and Theodora put Alicea in ICU, she felt sorry for her fallen enemy, and decided to make her a friend... and something more. Alicea's father has other ideas, and so the girls run away.. but is new York ready for an angelic and a devilish pair of young girls on the run? And ... more
  • Fire on the Mountain (Polychrome Heroics Book 3)

    by Simon White
    Theodora and her adopted sister Alicea are travelling home to Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains to meet Theodora's family at last. But is a country preacher and his wife ready to meet the notorious super-villain Inferna? And is anyone ready for the ancient secrets that will be uncovered?
  • Atomic (Polychrome Heroics)

    by Simon White
    Ilyana Cherenkov is a soup, a super-powered individual. But don't call her a hero, she has a job to do... one that involves keeping the world safe from nuclear accidents admittedly, but she was doing that before she became Atomic. There have been a series of odd accidents in America, involving radiation. Ilyana is asked by the Americans to investigate as Russia's foremost Nuclear Weapons Inspector, and a member of the U.N's Atomic Disaster Response team. She is joined by the American super-heroi... more
  • The Last Footsies

    by Wallace Briggs
    This short story of approx. 2000 words is aimed at early readers. It relates a brief history of what has become a nomadic clan of unusual creatures: the J’s. Anthony, an only child of school teaching parents, lives in an isolated rural country cottage, somewhere on the edge of the Border Counties in the very North of England. A stream, shaded by mature trees, runs through the bottom of the garden Nature loving Anthony loves observing the wildlife which passes through his paradise. Many sp... more
  • Prophecy of a Planet: The Meeting

    by Anthony B. Smellie
    Many years after a devastating battle, Clans on a distant planet may be preparing for another conflict in this launch of a fantasy series. There are eight Clans on the planet Jahanet. This opening installment zeros in on four of them, all residing on Jahanet’s largest Domain, Icka. In the present day, three members of Clan Adeian—Draka, Yar, and Scarra—ride separately to the ruins of Lord Matoca’s Kazar (castle). Years ago, Matoca, in an apparent power play, initiated an attack against Clan Vel... more
  • Bobby Ether and the Jade Academy

    by R. Scott Boyer

    When sixteen-year-old Bobby Ether is abducted and brought to the secluded Jade Academy in Tibet, monks teach him and other special students how to tap into their Anima—the universal energy that connects all living things. But the headmistress of the academy is secretly exploiting the students, looking for genetic triggers to create a new breed of humans with metaphysical abilities. As his powers increase, Bobby is thrust into a cesspool of conspiracy, lies, and betrayal. A jade amulet l... more

  • Those Who Rise

    by J Dolores Perry
    AMERICA IS GONE. THERE IS ONLY ONE COMMUNITY. THERE IS ONLY ONE LEADER. Sixteen-year-old Taylor Jessup knows where her loyalties should lie. She is a Founder, one of the highest-ranking members of her society, and she is engaged to the atheist who will become its Leader. There is no greater honor at BradCom, where families are divided by religious castes and faith-based alliances. But there is a secret that could tear her world apart: a photograph that points to her parents’ shocking past. No... more
  • Constellation XXI

    by Edward Hoornaert
    Rediscovering Love at the Worst Possible Time Although Sienna Dukelsky had been the most promising student pilot at Keening AstroSpace Academy, she inexplicably settles for a routine, unglamorous job guiding incoming spaceships to safe berths at Farflung Space Station. Rumors blamed her startling decision on heartbreak after Crispin Hunt, the love of her life, got expelled. Approaching Farflung years several later, Crispin’s freighter is met by Sienna’s tugship. Love rekindles, though damp... more
  • The Lost Astronaut

    by DJ Coning

    The Lost Astronaut parallels the life story of Joseph, as a young space traveler lives out his recurring nightmare foretelling the impending destruction of Earth—and the horrific fate of humankind.

    Raised by his grandparents on a Midwestern farm, Jag is selected as one of twelve prodigy students enrolled in the first-ever Space University on board the International Space Station. There he competes against fellow classmates to create an invention that will... more

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