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  • Nalu

    by Stewart Spilkin

    One month it's hula, surf, fish, and building canoes. The next week it's 3-D printing, bio-science, ancient movies and classic rock. Fifteen-year-old Keala’s home in the Bay is the end of one world, the beginning of another, and she loves it all. She gets to spend time with both her father, whose community has turned back to the old ways, embracing traditional Hawaiian culture and rejecting technology; and her mother, a former US Navy marine mammal researcher trapped in the Bay ... more

  • Guardians of Earth

    by P.R. Garcia
    Inspired by her dreams, author Sarina Spalling creates a book of fiction, something too impossible to be true. She soon discovers she is wrong. Sarina is kidnapped by a secret government agency and informed that much of her book is reality and contains government secrets even the President doesn’t know. They want to know who told her about them. Believing she is innocent, Sarina refuses to accept their allegations. But when a message is received from the moon asking her to phone home to... more
  • The Seven Strings

    by Sarah M. Morin

    To free her sister from Traitor's Prison, sixteen-year-old Eva must free herself first—by taking back her soul.

    In a near-future where anything sacred or spiritual is banned as superstition, Eva, the daughter of freedom fighters, struggles to escape the concrete prison camp she and her sister are trapped in. During a brutal ceremony, her captor, Lord Marcus, rips her soul out using a cursed black knife named the Fallen's Kiss. She barely manages to survive, but during the ... more

  • Hellbender

    by Josh Craven
    Hellbender is the coming-of-age story of 15-year-old Bobby Graywood. Set in the summer of 1946, Bobby discovers the meaning of friendship, pines for the love of his life, and struggles to become a man after losing his father in the war. Oh, and he’s also learning to live with a horrific supernatural Affliction, while finding himself caught up in a life or death fight to save his friends and family from a demonic pastor and his demented sidekick, whose unhinged wife will stop at nothing to bec... more
  • The Wolf and the Rain

    by Tanya Lee
    Global warming has divided the continent. Samarra, a soldier from the barren, autocratic South, has fled to the Barrow, a northern city where the only things growing faster than the city’s piles of garbage are extremist cults and violent gangs. Her sole objective is survival: to stay hidden and stay safe. With jobs in short supply, Samarra counts herself lucky to find work with the Vauns, one of the Barrow’s most powerful and dangerous families. As she learns to navigate the beauty, the horro... more
  • Guinevere: The Legend, book 3

    by Cheryl Carpinello

    Their friendship put him in harm's way. Will it be enough to save him?

    Across the dark water to the land of ancient Gaul, renegades take Cedwyn and the littl’uns farther from home and rescue.

    Led by her heart rather than her head and without any thought for her safety, fifteen-year-old Guinevere sets out alone to save Cedwyn. And if she fails…?

    Eleven-year-old Cedwyn’s trust in Guinevere is absolute. But will his sacrifice to save her ... more

  • Severance

    by J J N Whitley
  • The Shop Before Life

    by Neil Hughes

    After two happy centuries in the prelife, Faythe is battling the most dangerous human emotion. She's bored.

    But when she accepts a once-in-a-prelifetime opportunity to become Apprentice at the magical Shop Before Life, her days become dreadfully interesting.

    Now she helps customers with the most important choice they'll ever make: who to become in the afterprelife--or "life", for short. Will they be born on Earth with MATH... more

  • 5+different ways to shield your psychological well-being from Facebook risks.

    by shalu singh
    More than 33% of American grown-ups see web based life as destructive to their psychological well-being, as per another review from the American Psychiatric Association. Just 5% see web based life as being certain for their emotional well-being, the study found. Another 45% state it has both positive and negative impacts. 66% of the review's respondents accept that online networking utilization is identified with social detachment and depression. There is a solid assemblage of research con... more
  • Weird Theology: Small Worlds Book 1

    by Alex Raizman
    The end of the world is inevitable. How it happens is up in the air. Ryan Smith never expected anything interesting to happen to him. He figured he was just another boring guy who would do the daily grind for the rest of his life. He had no idea the man in the suit that constantly followed him meant he was one of the candidates to find the last nanoverse. But Ryan found it - in a gift store’s box of keychains and marbles. Now, he has the powers of a god - and zero idea how to use them. ... more
  • Bright Shards (The Vardeshi Saga Book 2)

    by Meg Pechenick
    Linguist Avery Alcott has spent three months proving herself to her Vardeshi companions and earning their respect. She arrives at Arkhati, the space station halfway between Earth and Vardesh Prime, eager to continue her adventure. But the next stage of her mission brings its own challenges. In the months to come, new alliances and old friendships will be tested. Avery will question her purpose and her place among the Vardeshi, and she will discover that the most memorable journeys are the ones w... more
  • SONG OF NÜMENSTAR

    by A.J. Feagin

    Padaeya…an unruly, savage rain forest planet…

    Soaleste…its high-walled capital city, the shining beacon of security and order within the galaxy…

    For over a thousand years the Daejic Szekta has stood steadfast in Soaleste, its school and temple home to a select group of beings with extraordinary abilities— some might say dangerous—expressed through the secret power of their Sonarum. These Daejic disciples are schooled and guided under the wat... more

  • Autumn's Quest

    by Cheryl Braginsky
  • The Healing Star

    by A. Kidd
    Stars with healing powers are falling from the sky. Feisty fourth-grader Julia’s best friend in the entire universe is her grandmother. Julia and Grammu share secrets while cooking soup together, stay up late eating junk food and watching scary movies, and go stargazing on Blackberry Hill. They even wish on the same star every night. But everything changes when Grammu catches the disappearing disease: little by little, she’s turning invisible. If Julia can catch a falling star, then her wish to ... more
  • SINKHOLE: A Speculative Fiction Short Story

    by Kip Koelsch
    Two tours of Iraq and Navy SEAL training couldn't prepare Erik for the night half his house was destroyed by a Florida sinkhole. What he finds at the bottom of that new chasm will lead him on an interplanetary journey that questions not only his reality, but that of the human race.
  • The Years Ran Like Rabbits

    by Anna Taylor
    There will be math. Quinn Lyons has slid beneath the radar. She cleans floors in a mining station next to a section of the Asteroid Belt called the Briar Patch. The humble act doesn’t last. When the station recovers a ghost ship. It leads her and Angle Xiang on the quest to answer a riddle about what it takes for small ships to travel as fast as large ones – pulse speeds that approach light speed. The process unmasks them and brings them closer together. Both will tie themselves in knots to... more

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