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  • The Thirteenth Book

    by M. A. Csortos
    On his deathbed Martie Thurston’s father begs her to complete his last book. The manuscript has to be finished by her hand. The curse from years ago stipulates it to be completed before her father can be released into the afterlife. The covenant can only be broken if the thirteenth book is finished. Yet Martie is hesitant to abide by her father’s wishes. The curse has ramifications that destroyed her family and will most assuredly take her. Will she have the courage to accept the request and stu... more
  • Middlearth Trademarked

    by Ben Cash
    A fantasy satire novel set eleventy-one years after the events of the Lord of the Rings and the release of the films. The book attempts to make fun of the differences between the books and the movies by placing the films in the world of "Middlearth" and seeing how they change/influence things eleventy-one years later.
  • THE SUNDERING

    by Julea Payton

    TWO QUEENS. TWO WORLDS. ONE WAR IMPENDING BETWEEN THEM.

    In a realm gleaming with perpetual light, there is a portal to the world's mirror land. Sebastian.of Zelal, the Queen Regent's Assassin, knows the stories. He always believed they were a lie. He's about to find out for certain.

    The Regent wants full control, even at the expense of her son, who has yet to ascend the throne. Sebastian is given the mission to find the portal and get to its other side. Retrieving the ... more

  • Born Torn: Kiara Noir Mother Nature Series

    by Suz Eglington

    Sixteen-year-old Kiara Noir, living on a Colorado reservation, running a farmstand, and overachieving in homeschooling wants to explore the world and become a famous photographer.

    Her wanderlust was getting the better of her. Only her mother won’t let her leave.

    The family was a mystery. It was just Kiara and her mother, Willow, transplanted to the reservation.

    Kiara assumed they were witches. The cloaked ceremonies’, the bloodletting and chan... more

  • Grendel Wept

    by C. P. Serret

     

    Juliet died for love… only twice.

    Defrocked archaeologist Dr Julian Corbin searches dead and forgotten things for signs of the unspeakable Other. Alien dreams and waking visions of lost civilisations have always haunted him, but now a serial killer is leaving a trail of grisly murals in his footsteps.

    Amid his surreality, love seems an impossible dream. But Maaike, a young Egyptologist, is too determined to ignore. She harbours he... more

  • Panglossian: Quasi-Daisy

    by M. K. Bingman
    Faith, an anomaly to the human race, must defend herself, her world, and her universe from certain doom after accidentally injuring a monster she runs into at her high school graduation. Her adventures lead her and a Watcher known as The Man, to the planet Quii, a city-planet outside her own universe that potentially holds a key to stopping the end of planet Earth. On Quii, secrets come out and they learn truths about the mysterious Rymuth Elves, the planet's only inhabitants.
  • Queen of the Fairies

    by Lois Wickstrom
    I'm writing a story about the Queen of the Fairies. She's a good fairy. But I'll also have to write about the bad fairies. They don't like being left out. If I leave them out, they'll play mean tricks on me. What if the bad fairies find out I'm writing this book, and they don't like what I write? They might steal this book. Then what will I do?
  • Nightstalkers: The Extinction Event

    by Jasper T. Scott
    Everything changed the day that they arrived… Adam and Kimberly Hall are enjoying a quiet suburban life when an emergency message flashes up on their phones—meteor impact imminent, seek immediate shelter. The shock wave rages through South Austin like a hurricane, and then horrific creatures come crawling out of the impact craters.
  • Blaze of Anger

    by Melanie Bokstad Horev
    A Dystopian Thriller about the Bionic Boy of the Union In the divided world of Eden 4023, anger is illegal, hidden, and suppressed. Doctor Tanger, the new hunter of angry people, is struggling to cope with the loss of a boy who changed his life. With the help of an orphan girl, Dancer, Tanger embarks on a journey of self-discovery that uncovers secrets about his past, the world he lives in, and the unexpected places where anger blazes. As Tanger is torn between loyalty and love, he encounters t... more
  • Rolo the Pet Earthling

    by Hans Ness
    Zira finally gets her very own pet earthling, Rolo! Life as a pet is easy, but over the years, Rolo grows bored and starts wondering where earthlings came from before they were pets. After running from the overzealous Animal Control Force and getting lost, he goes on a quest in the city to learn about the mythical planet Earth. Will Zira find Rolo before the earthling catchers do, and will he even want to come home? Cleverly comical and genuinely heartfelt, Rolo the Pet Earthling is a charming c... more
  • Angels

    by Len Gizinski
    In this thrilling sequel to The Metal Within, Simon commits two full CYBER teams to take down a warlord pimp of a vast trafficking cartel operating in a place only known as Witch City, but the mission escalates beyond what they anticipated.
  • The Metal Within

    by Len Gizinski
    An action-packed sci-fi saga. In a dystopian future, six upstanding survivors from varied backgrounds are kidnapped by a covert government agency - to be recruited for its next autonomous team of cybernetic agents.
  • Alpha and Omega: Awakening

    by Peter J. D. Woodruff
    The Alpha and Omega series tells the story of Xavier and Melissa. Cast adrift between our world and the world of myth and legend. On the day they celebrate their anniversary, the curtain rises, the veil cracks and the couple finds themselves caught between heaven and hell and the eternal war of good vs. evil. They, along with a cast of characters, fight for survival in a world where demons now roam free and hunt what remains of humanity. But in this bleak apocalyptic epic, a glimmer of hope rema... more
  • We The People

    by Michael Raymond
    In a world teetering on the edge of annihilation, the devastating aftermath of nuclear bombs lays waste to countless cities, plunging economies into chaos and governments into a frantic scramble for survival. Amidst the chaos, a clandestine force known as 'The People' emerges, demanding the disarmament and dissolution of all militaries. Meet Cliff Tanner, a brilliant CIA operative thrust into a desperate race against time. As governments reluctantly comply with The People's demands, Tanne... more
  • The Bear's Claw

    by Elizabeth R. Jensen
    The Wolfensberger brothers barely escaped the Lost Isles. Now, back in Etria, they long to return to their normal lives. Unfortunately, fresh danger is closing in fast. Trouble begins with Princess Ella’s disappearance. As Jules and Borus hunt for her, they find themselves fighting against oddly familiar circumstances. While his brothers are gone, Kass suffers a crushing loss that forces him to turn to friends for support. With the trio more vulnerable than ever, the threat of war closes... more
  • Steve The Zombie

    by Stephen Wayne
    In a city ravaged by an undead plague, Steve, a seasoned detective, finds himself ensnared in unimaginable horror. His body, overcome by the infection, roams with the mindless horde. Yet, miraculously, his consciousness persists, distinguishing him as a unique aberration among the undead. As his physical form drifts unchecked among the undead, his fragmented memories coalesce into a grim puzzle, providing vital clues about the onset of the apocalypse. Aware his time is limited, Steve's mind ... more
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