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  • The Perfectly Fine House

    by Stephen Kozeniewski

    In an alternate reality where ghosts are as commonplace as the weather, the most terrifying thing imaginable is a house not being haunted.

    Donna Fitzpatrick runs a surrogacy agency, where ghosts can briefly possess volunteers in order to enjoy carnal pleasures. She’s also working herself into an early grave. But that’s no big deal because death is no worse than puberty. That’s particularly evident in Donna’s twin, Kyle, a self-absorbed roustabout who spends most ... more

  • The Magic Necklace of Al-Andalus, 2nd. and enhanced ed.

    by Robert H Boyer

    With a nod to E. Nesbit’s The Story of the Amulet and The Arabian Nights, Robert H. Boyer’s The Magic Necklace of Al-Andalus spins a magical tale that is worthy of these precursors. The three heroes—Cass, Thea, and Alan—inherit a magical necklace that allows them to time travel from today’s Philadelphia to ancient Al-Andalus, or Spain. Their quest, which they slowly discover as the fantasy unfolds, is centered on convivencia, or harmony: the three children partic... more

  • A Red Sun Rises

    by K.D. Van Brunt

    When the end of the world comes . . . face it on a skateboard

    Nine years ago, an unknown poison called the “Red” saturated the atmosphere of the entire planet, killing off everyone except a remnant of immune survivors. Jake is a survivor, but the Red has left its mark on him, changing him in strange ways he does not understand. The answers to his questions, however, will not be found inside the gated confines of his small community.

    Jake and his group are not the only ... more

  • Trail of Pyres: Sundering the Gods Book Two

    by L. James Rice
    Murder came to the lords of the Silone Clans upon the Eve of Snows, and the survivors scattered to the sea in a desperate journey to safety. They surrendered Kaludor, their island and home, to the demonic Shadows of Man and the Taken they possess. Eliles and the twenty souls who stayed behind on Herald’s Watch, surrounded by a tower of impenetrable fire, find they are not alone. Ivin, along with other surviving Silone lords, negotiate a desperate peace with the Hidreng of the Hundred Nations,... more
  • Elder Blood

    by E. A. Setser
    Everyone Has Their Secrets In Berinin, a new Chieftain Heir is born, but only his grandfather and a child from ArcNos know the truth of his birth. In Ferya, a denial of paternity fractures a family. In Ivaria, the plight of an orphan motivates his adoptive father to seek a child of his own blood. These four children -- MeiLom of ArcNos, Galo of Berinin, Eytea of Ferya, and Vielle of Ivaria -- are part of a long-forgotten line of hominids called Hybrids. Soon after, an ArcNosian soldier ... more
  • Screamcatcher: Web World

    by Chrisy J. Breedlove
    When seventeen-year-old Jory Pike cannot shake the hellish nightmares of her parent’s deaths, she turns to an old family heirloom, a dream catcher. Even though she’s half blood Chippewa, Jory thinks old Native American lore is so yesterday, but she’s willing to give it a try. However, the dream catcher has had its fill of nightmares from an ancient and violent past. After a sleepover party, and during one of Jory’s most horrific dream episodes, the dream catcher implodes, sucking Jory and her th... more
  • Life in 2050

    by James Musgrave
    The youth of the world have finally taken over in the futuristic SciFi serial novel, LIFE IN 2050, by Jim Musgrave. Marijuana hookahs in stores, sex in the streets, and no more war profits for the elderly elite of the Military Industrial Complex. However, one worker at the Ministry of Mindfulness, William Drury, the black son of an English Professor, is turning 40 in three days. He knows what will happen to him and he wants to escape Big Bro's socialistic libertarian paradise. In Big Bro's dysto... more
  • Skyclyffe

    by Z. Moss
    Rex Bright enjoys drawing in notebooks and dreaming. He’s thirteen, and his life is ordinary. Until he sees a face in a cloud which changes everything. Rex glimpses the girl from an airplane window while travelling to his aunt and uncle’s farm for the summer. Her features are so perfect, Rex can’t believe she’s only vapor. But Cloud Girl is real. A week later, Skyclyffe, a mysterious airship cloaked in a cumulus, abducts Rex and his family. The captors expect the Brights to live in their flying ... more
  • Steam City Pirates

    by James Musgrave
    In this steampunk mystery, Jim Musgrave portrays late 19th century New York City with a horrifying yet comic vision of science gone awry. Detective Patrick O'Malley struggles with bizarre creatures and bawdy situations when he is pitted against steam-engineered pirates who aim to raid cargo ships and destroy lives. People breathe and release steam, fly out of windows and disappear, wield knives at lightning speed, and travel through time, but O'Malley also has a few tricks up his sleeve to help ... more
  • Jane the Grabber

    by James Musgrave
    This third mystery plunges O'Malley into the Steampunk world of Jane the Grabber. The first two mysteries have served as introductions to a mysterious new paradigm. Jim Musgrave has begun a genre of fiction called Historical Steampunk Mystery. Taken in their entirety, these three novels show the progression of Pat O'Malley from common citizen into a sleuth who must confront a time-traveling group that poses a world-wide threat. It is 1868, and one of the most devious and sinister madams in New Y... more
  • Love Zombies of San Diego

    by James Musgrave

    Love Zombies of San Diego by E.Z. Graves is a young adult zombie story that's a bit different. Josh is a zombie but he knows he's different from the grunting, mindless dead things he sees wandering all over the streets of San Diego. Josh doesn't breathe or have a heart that beats, but he does think, and brains are not his food of choice. He walks the streets, killing zombies with his trusty sword called Rockstar. Josh's concern that he might be the only one of his kind is disp... more

  • Siouca Remembers

    by James Murdo

    A novel from the Wanderer Universe.

    Siouca is a member of the advanced Wanderer civilisation.

    What does Siouca want?

    Siouca is coming.

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    The quest to unlock the secrets of interstellar travel leads a Roranian crew on an epic journey across space. Saved by a dying machine-lect, stranded in a failing ship, faced with an ultimate choice. Were they too eager in their attempts to reach the stars?

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    The fractious Primals are the ancient, all-powerful ru... more

  • Ricky the Time Traveling Trash Panda

    by Kent Golden

    What would you do if you had to save the life of a murderer? How do your daily choices impact animals and the planet? This is a book that just might make you question your life. . . but in a good way!

    Great for teens to adults, this is an adventure in moral questions surrounding humans and animals sharing the same planet. An enjoyable read with lots of quirky humor and fun adventure.

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    An injured raccoon from the future. . . A shy girl. . . A mission to save the planet. . ... more

  • Forbidden Queen

    by R.J. Vickers
    Her power is forbidden. But she's next in line for the throne. When Princess Kalleah is born with a forbidden magic power, her mother takes her into hiding to keep her safe. Now, at eighteen, she is back to claim her throne. People with Kalleah's deadly power aren't allowed into the city of Baylore, let alone the palace. If she is to rule, her people will need to overcome centuries of prejudice against the forbidden races. But the timing for her return could not be worse. Baylore ... more
  • Welcome to the Zombie Mill: Book Two in the Silvercrest Experiment Series

    by Albert Aykler

    Sid Singleton wakes up in the Milltown Busy Beaver Convenience store parking lot smelling zombies. Lots of zombies. And they smell him. He smells like brunch. Will Sid leave Milltown to fend for itself or will he fight the largest, hungriest zombie horde ever assembled? How far and fast can he run? How much zombie death and destruction can his conscience handle?

    To save his skin, Sid joins forces with an orange-hazmat-suit-wearing zombie killer who knows all about him, but who he fears ... more

  • The Sigil

    by Shakeil Kanish and Larissa Mandeville

    Shakeil Kanish and Larissa Mandeville hit the ground running with The Sigil: A Novel, a stunning, tearjerking, edge of your seat dark urban fantasy that mixes magic, betrayal, friendship, and romance.


                                                                                     A tragic death.
                                                                            A dangerous obsession.
                                                                ... more

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