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  • Troublemakers’ Ball: Part One

    by Jill Rebryna
    Jake Dee is your average private detective. Finding lost items, doing background checks, not getting himself murdered, the usual. Except he’s an independent wizard in a world of Covens that will not tolerate his existence if they ever find him out. One spring day at sunset, he sees an angel fall right in front of him. She’s everything he ever wanted in a leading lady: beautiful, cold and probably dangerous. He immediately elects himself to protect her, whether from demons who want a fight or his... more
  • The Lost Little dragon

    by Dani James
    Drake, the little dragon goes on a heartwarming adventure of self-discovery and friendship in this kids' book. Perfect for early readers and smaller kids, The Lost Little Dragon teaches about asking for help and making friends.
  • The Blue Race: A galaxy-spanning space opera.

    by Senan Mahon
    The truce between humanity and the Engus empire is finely-balanced on a knife-edge where neither side can overpower the other. Both are striving to capture ancient alien tech that will upset the apple cart. The race is on...
  • The Candlelit Tales of Mr. Snodgers

    by Salene Hill
    The Candlelit Tales of Mr. Snodgers is a collection of fictional and surreal tales of a mysterious hermit, in the highlands of the Appalachian Mountains. The tales span over a momentous period of time, and embrace the rushed thoughts of Mr. Snodgers and his life story. Most people believe that historical tales and fiction are just make believe, made up words to only grasp the minds of the next door reader. Mr. Snodgers gaze into the outlines and fabric of a person's life, and move the brain clos... more
  • Beneath the Gray Matter

    by Salene Hill
    Beneath the Gray Matter is a collection of mysteries, sci fi voyages, and surreal horror tales. Each collection keeps you captivated and on the edge of your seat. If you like to journey to the outer limits of space and historical flights, Beneath the Gray Matter can be a night cap.n
  • Steps Along Toll 277

    by Salene Hill
    Steps Along Toll 277 is a fictional tale about a rural area, and its many mysterious. The narrator is lost in a time spin of suspense, crime, and drama. There is a chance and time of history, strange beginnings, and unknown endings. Life might be greener on the other side of a certain culture line, but can be changed with the blink of an eye. The novel will have you turning pages, and not skipping one beat of the fast track. The love of adventure, travel, and spellbinding is created to enhance t... more
  • Transformer Kit: A gritty & humorous urban fantasy (Mantle Series Book 1)

    by S. T. Blake

    New York needs a hero. As usual. But is it ready for a hero as outrageously unusual as this?

    In the early 70s New York punk scene, Kitty Hampshire is still finding her own identity. But she’s certain of one thing - she always knew she was meant to be a man. Kitty learns about life from the eccentric friends she meets in NYC’s underground music scene and then has the surgery to affirm her true gender. Kitty becomes Kit Simmons, but other forces are present in the flesh grafte... more

  • The Defenders of Dembroch - Book 3 - The Widow's War

    by Patrick Harris
    Death and chaos have found their way to Dembroch. When all seemed lost, the Arx allied together to save Sir Nicholas from the King’s Killer. Many warriors were lost, but the future king was returned to the safest shores of Dembroch - as was a monster. Deep within Sir Nicholas laid the dreaded monster Necrosis. Its might is legendary, its will unstoppable. And it’s loose. Within the night, it could destroy Dembroch completely and it will only stop when the world is in ruin. So begins the... more
  • Welcome to My Planet

    by SBABS
    Take an exciting journey to a distant planet and visit some of the friendliest aliens. With cheery rhymes, an upbeat rhythm, and whimsical pictures, this book is sure to delight an audience of any age. So please, sit back, relax, and let me be the first to say, Welcome to My Planet.
  • Drinks and Sinkholes

    by S. Usher Evans
    Bev may not know who she was before she showed up in the quaint village of Pigsend five years ago, but that doesn't bother her much. She's made a tidy little life for herself as the proprietor of the Weary Dragon Inn, where the most notable event is when she makes her famous rosemary bread. But when earthquakes and sinkholes start appearing all over town, including near Bev's front door, she's got to put on her sleuthing hat to figure out what—or who—might be causing them before the entire t... more
  • LOY: In the forests of the mind

    by Todd David Gross
    The world is destroyed. Stripped of all modern technology, a small group of people survive and evolve. The Rehloy are born blind and don’t gain sight until they reach puberty. Learning of the world first through their other senses, creates such a high level of awareness in them that they border on the mystical. For a thousand years they have lived in isolation, developing a special relationship with nature. Theirs is a “spiritual” life, ethereal, in some ways divine. But the outside world is ... more
  • Gena

    by E. G. Creel
    Gena thinks her daddy's the devil, but he might be something even older. A DNA test could give Gena the answers she's looking for. But what if it exposes her secrets to the world? Should Gena trust strangers, or are some things best left to family?
  • Sunrays Among Shadows

    by H. Dawn Hunter
    The Present: After an abduction left them without memories of their childhood, Lily and Liam Howell have led a quiet life. For twenty years, they’ve avoided the topic of their disappearance, carefully tiptoeing around each other in fear of what they might expose or discover. Until Lily remembers something. Then she’s willing to do anything to recover their lost year. But there’s a reason they were made to forget.  The Past: Jasper Behrtram has a task to complete, and through the use o... more
  • STORMLESS

    by Nick Stitle
    Auris is a land of storms and chaos, where seven violent Tempests rule the continent. Different energies are pulled from the Tempests themselves, forming the seven Sects of Summoners who channel their power through Crystals. But when a Summoner of a long-extinct sect—a Blood Sorcerer—shows up in the throne room of Arvendon, the world begins spinning on a new path toward an unknown future. Auris has two classes of citizens. The upper class are all from seven different Sects of Summoners with m... more
  • The Wasp Child

    by Rhiannon Rasmussen
    Caught between two worlds. Wanted in neither. Kesh is afraid—of his classmates, his allergies, his odd sense of smell, and his prospects for the future. Born into Meridian Colony, where corporate values dictate human worth, Kesh longs for escape. He gets what he asks for in the worst possible way when his classmates kidnap and dump him in the middle of an alien rainforest. Alone. Faced with certain death, Kesh encounters the sansik, giant insects native to the planet. Though the sansik see... more
  • Paper Forests

    by Tegan Anderson

    Special edition featuring redesigned cover art and extra content

    "While your children and grandchildren are away, I like to think that they're visiting a fantastic place, somewhere where they aren't restrained by an illness or held back by their own emotions, a place where there is nothing but health and happiness to greet them."

    Once upon a time, Oliver wakes up in a Forest full of magic and monsters, not quite dead, but not quite alive... more

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