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  • Things They Buried (A Thung Toh Jig Book 1)

    by Amanda K. King & Michael R. Swanson
    Under the dirty streets of Ismae’s greatest port city, an old nightmare waits for Sylandair and Aliara, one that is stealing Dockhaven’s children, one that only they can end. When the pair escaped their owner and abuser years ago, they left him behind in a ball of blue flame, but as more children disappear near Dockhaven’s desalinization plant, they believe he may not be dead. When they embark on an underground search for him with their less-than-reliable puka scout Schmalch, what they find ... more
  • Empire of Blood (The Armageddon Trilogy Book 2)

    by C.D. Muller
    Following the battle of Alfheim, a new danger threatens the Empire. Malevolent dragon-like monsters attack the Elven city. Now, the Council seeks to launch a daring offensive. Selena Liongod of the Imperial Air Force and her extraordinary dragon, Thor, are waylaid by the Council with urgent orders: Selena and Thor must deliver four special dragon eggs to Snowhaven that will help turn the tides of war. They find themselves in a race against time to travel across the Empire to deliver the preci... more
  • Birth Stone

    by Kate Kelley
    Ten years. That’s how long King Terrin has been looking for his sister, rightful heir to the throne. He wears the hated crown in her stead as he searches for the place his sister was exiled to--an unearthly realm as elusive as his freedom. At every turn, his mages have come up short, exhausted, their magic weakening. Ten years, and nothing to show for it but the realization that magic everywhere is dying, along with the earth, and they are running out of time. That is, until he receives... more
  • Immortal

    by nick m lloyd
    Set in modern day UK, the premise is that humanity, having had no contact with any alien species before, receives a radio message from approaching aliens (‘the Ankor’). They warn Earth that a huge supernova blast is going to hit within two years and this will be an extinction level event. However, disaster can be averted. The Ankor are prepared to save humanity but every space faring nation will need to send a defined set of materials into orbit from which the Ankor will fashion a shield tha... more
  • The Necromancer's Dragon

    by C.D. Muller
    Sixteen-year-old Selena Liongod has never been in aerial combat. She doesn’t know any magic and has never ridden a dragon before. With no memories of her past, all she knows is her peaceful and quiet life in the small Helshire Village. She forms an unusual alliance with Thor, a dragon with telepathic powers. Their life together takes a thrilling and terrifying turn after having to make the difficult decision to join the Imperial Air Force of dragon riders. Throughout their adventures, Selena and... more
  • The Meridiem, Cedric Book 2

    by C. A. Lear
    After Cedric is rescued from the clutches of Lord Domitian’s henchmen, he travels north with his sibling rescuers. Along the way Cedric suspects that the two brothers are not who they appear to be, and their sister Adina is even more mysterious. As he learns of their magical lineage and guardian pact, his feelings for Adina grow—until one night, she changes his life forever. Meanwhile, Lord Domitian’s woes are mounting. While grieving over the death of his beloved countess, his castle is seized ... more
  • The Hover, Cedric Book 1

    by C. A. Lear
    From very different worlds, sixteen-year-old Cedric of Flanders and twenty-two-year-old Pierce of England have no reason to cross paths—until one fateful day, a powerful countess commands Cedric to escort her to England in search of Pierce. Unbeknownst to the boy, the countess is a scheming vampire and Pierce is prophesied to be the next master of her clan. She stands to gain untold influence and power were she to turn Pierce into a vampire and control him. But turning him proves easier than con... more
  • Dusgadh: Essence of Life: The Awakening Series Book One

    by Margaret A. Daly

    The coldness starts in... It's not just any coldness. It's the kind that takes my breath away. It makes my body hairs stand at attention as the goose pimples form on my skin. A prickly sensation, like a million needles made of ice, all plunging into me at once, slowly depressing the frozen liquid they contain under the surface of my translucent membranes.This is the inexplicable feeling of another's presence.You can't see them, but I can.

    Ember Malloch has always felt li... more

  • The Nothing Within

    by Andy Giesler

    What unforgivable sin would you commit to save the world?

    In 2161, the first chimera arose. A year later, twelve billion people were dead. The few who survived called it the Reckoning.

    Generations later, their descendants hide within the walls of small, rustic villages, cowering from chimeras. They revere tradition. They fear innovation. They mistrust anything that’s different.

    Root couldn’t be more different.

    Curious and i... more

  • Rimrider

    by L. A. Kelley
    A real space pirate fights like a girl. Awakened by her father, teenager Jane Benedict is ordered to memorize a mysterious code. Hours later, Mathias Benedict is dead and Jane and her brother, Will, are wards of United Earth Corporation. To evade the company’s murderous clutches and uncover the meaning of her father’s last message, Jane leads Will on a desperate escape across the galaxy aboard the Freetrader smuggler ship, Solar Vortex. After swearing allegiance and joining the crew’s fight f... more
  • Synth #1: An Anthology of Dark SF

    by CM Muller

    SYNTH is a new anthology series of dark SF published quarterly, with each issue containing eight thought-provoking visions of the future . . . tales of utopia and dystopia, of inner and outer space; tales that are bleak, tales that are bold . . .

    ISSUE #1 includes original fiction by Dan Stintzi, Steve Toase, Virginie Sélavy, Charles Wilkinson, Farah Rose Smith, Jeffrey Thomas, Christopher K. Miller, and Joanna Koch. It is edited by CM M... more

  • The Cities of Dead

    by Alys Arden
    The Cities of Dead: the highly anticipated third book in Alys Arden’s spellbinding The Casquette Girls series. Old World witches collide with the French Quarter’s strangest denizens, setting off events that could tear the fabric of the Natural and Supernatural worlds, and only the most elusive, mischievous Voodoo lwa hold the key to stopping it. As Adele struggles with her losses, Nicco’s secrets draw her closer, but Isaac questions Nicco’s motives and refuses to let go without a fight. W... more
  • BEYOND THE WORLD

    by T.J. & M.L. Wolf
    In 2020, a year after an out-of-this-world encounter in Chinatown, Una Waters ventures into Yosemite National Park with General Ashcroft, on their honeymoon. When a coded distress call pulls him unexpectedly away on duty, Una uncovers a UFO mystery and turns to compadre Jack Howser for help. Joined by friends from Explorers Club, their quest for answers leads to a string of unworldly campsites, ancient caves, living pterosaurs, and a military manhunt--all fueled by an Alien conspiracy that threa... more
  • The Mer Part II: Transformation

    by M. Culler
    The Mer series follows the story of a woman who had it all together, a career about to start, a loving family, a bright future, and a yearly vacation that was a wonderful tradition. When tragedy strikes during a morning swim, she has the choice to enter eternity, going to an unknown resting place- or to throw away mortality and join a mythical race called the Mer. Once the choice is made, she discovers a beautiful place with hidden dangers, kind people, some of whom have deadly secrets. This i... more
  • More Fables and Fantasies

    by Dale T. Phillips
    In these five tales you'll read serious stories about dragons, swords, castles, people on quests, demons, witches, and also fairy-tale characters acting out in fun. So there's a little something for everyone. These are lands where the people may be like us, but the landscape is of the fantasy realms, and anything can happen. You may change upon this journey, like the characters themselves.
  • Fables and Fantasies

    by Dale T. Phillips
    This collection of five different tales gives some new takes on old stories. They are a mix of fear, fun, and fantastic elements. Some of these stories are humorous, some are scary, some end well, some badly, and some have mixed blessings for those involved. Kind of like life. Fable and fantasy blend to make a journey into other lands and times and magics. It's like following a familiar road, only to discover a new, unusual side path that takes you to an alternate destination. Here are new world... more

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