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  • Book the Third: Strange Happenings, the Conclusion of Finding Innocence

    by Gregory Saur
    The exciting conclusion to the Finding Innocence Trilogy! Nelsa has lost all help from humans and now must face the end alone. Unfortunately for her, she's expected. Strange happenings await.
  • Strange New People: Book II of Finding Innocence

    by Gregory Saur
    "Finding Innocence, Strange Old World" continues with book two. Nelsa has sacrificed her most precious possession and must rely on her worst nightmare to get it back: human kids. It will not be easy.
  • Finding Innocence, Book One: Strange Old World

    by Gregory Saur
    Finding innocence won't be easy... A creature called a waint has come to find the savior of her world. She finds trouble instead... Mainly, she finds humans. Welcome to a strange old world. Welcome to Earth.
  • Otherworld: Orcish Delight

    by Gregory Saur
    The Orcs are coming to lunch...and they're hungry! Schoolboys in Virginia must defend their school from attacking Orcs bent on eating them.
  • Panterror!: The Epic Babysitting Adventures of Rachel Pugsley

    by Gregory Saur
    She isn't a member of any club. She hasn't got a scar or birthmark. She definitely doesn't have a tattoo. Yet she is faced with the task of not just saving the world, but saving two worlds. All before the parents come home. This was not what she had in mind when she became... THE BABYSITTER!
  • Power Divided, The Evolutionaries Book 1

    by S. Behr
    A runaway princess with elemental powers stumbles upon a thousands-year-old archive of ancient tech that will forever change her utopian kingdom. The citizens of Amera are blessed with a range of extraordinary powers ¬– from telepathy and healing to growing plants and breathing under water. As descendants of genetically modified humans desperate to survive an ice age, Amerans have built a peaceful, prosperous kingdom uniting nine realms, each with their own king and queen. Violet is a pri... more
  • Odes to the Multiverse

    by Tonya R. Moore
    Punk scifi, space opera, horror & urban fantasy vignettes and short stories featuring cosmic tales of distant worlds and strange futures where earthbound horrors unfold. This omnibus invites you to marvel at the macabre and maleficent; and embrace the weird and wonderful. Odes to the Multiverse is a collection of short works consisting of vignettes, meant to be digested in small doses, accompanied by several longer short stories for more leisurely enjoyment.
  • Stop That Lion

    by Lois Wickstrom
    The Kingdom of Sher and the Kingdom of Mir were good neighbors. But the Kingdom of Sher had a lion. And the farmers in the Kingdom of Sher raised sheep. Every night, the lion from the Kingdom of Sher sneaked into the Kingdom of Mir and ate sheep that belonged to families who lived there. The King proclaimed a contest to Stop the Lion. The servants announced the rules: The winning solution must be fair! The winner will be the King’s Royal Advisor. Losers must give the King their most preciou... more
  • The Faerie Queen

    by Monica Williams
  • His Scream Queen

    by Brooklyn Ann

    QUEEN FOR A NIGHT

    When Lucio Argento is dumped by Amteep High’s most popular girl, he plots revenge in a way he's certain will crush her. He convinces Jamie Blair - the target of his ex’s bullying - into doing a makeover that will garner enough votes for her to be Prom Queen. What he doesn't expect is to fall for Jamie, or to become her willing accomplice in uncovering who is behind the spate of deaths of animals in their community. When their classmates begin to die... more

  • Songflight

    by Michelle M. Bruhn

    Alísa is the daughter of a slayer chief, born into war against the evil of the dragons. Her speech impediment stole her confidence, and her empathic connection to dragons stole the respect of her clan. But when her growing psychic connection reveals one dragon’s capacity for good, she must choose: stay with her family in comfortable but condemning silence, or follow the dragon claiming to know her true purpose.

  • Memory of Dragons

    by Michael G. Munz

    Austin is an American grad student, on leave to mourn the death of his girlfriend, Rhi. Yet during a pilgrimage to her favorite place on the Welsh coast, he finds she may not be as dead as he thought. A pickpocket named Corinna claims to have stolen her memories. Rhi was a wizard from another world, she insists, and if Austin doesn’t trust her, that world will perish in an apocalypse of dragons.

    Austin rejects Corinna’s story. Magic? Stolen memories? Dragons? Yet soon, a sin... more

  • Fake News from a Distant Planet, Part 1: The Book of Bill

    by Alan Burroughs
    Having spent millennia trying to teach humanity how to tie its own shoelaces, God’s finally given up and gone into hiding. Problem is, there’s a spot of bother on the horizon and we might need a bit of help. It’s not exactly the apocalypse, but stopping it could mean all the difference between millennia of misery and suffering and… well, whatever it is that we call our existence at the moment. The good news is that Heaven has organised a search party. The bad news is that it’s made up of a coup... more
  • Elemental: Shadows of Otherside Book 1

    by Whitney Hill

    Enter an urban fantasy world where elves, vampires, weres, djinn, and others maintain a precarious balance of power in North Carolina. Welcome to Otherside.

    Private investigator and sylph Arden Finch is determined to come out of the shadows and practice her forbidden magic. There's just one problem: the elves have a bounty on elementals like her.

    When an elf hires Arden without realizing what she is, she seizes the chance to gain leverage in the dangerous worl... more

  • The Games of Ganthrea

    by Andy Adams
    A coming of age YA fantasy story where a teenager named Brenner makes tough choices: leave Earth, survive at a magic academy, muddle through love, battle bullies, and play in new magic games where winners gain prestige, and losers won't see tomorrow.
  • The Visitors

    by Andrew Cahill-Lloyd
    Two time travelling aliens, Bjorn and Zorn, witness the destruction of the Earth in 2032. They travel in time to collect a little band of misfits, to help them save humanity from its Religious Wars. The laid back, Ptoni The Pteranodon, the Ladylike, Florence The Jersey Cow, the excitable, Penelope The Penguin, and the Chicken Nugget obsessed Dax the Maine Coon Cat, set off an adventure that sees them cross the galaxy and back again. Their adventure is filled with drama, fun and chaos. ... more

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