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  • Pride of Ashna

    by Emmanuel M Arriaga
    In the Outer Rim, a lawless region of space filled with violence, a young girl vows vengeance against the marauding pirate bands who brutally murdered her family. After enlisting with the zealous matriarchal Ashna Maidens who attempt to police the Outer Rim, Serah'Elax quickly becomes a powerful weapon. Meanwhile, a ruthless pirate band has taken over a cruise ship deep within Alliance space. They run into unexpected trouble when they encounter a few members of the highly trained force of ... more
  • The Trinity: A Mystic Brats Novel

    by Robert G. Culp
    It is time!  The final fight against the Beast is brewing, but do the Mystic Brats stand a chance?  After Nara Roman sacrificed herself to stop Osiris, the demonic spirit of Sir Lancelot was able claim the Spear of Destiny and used it to gravely injure Kirk Louis.  With the spear, Lancelot seems unbeatable, and that was before he resurrected Queen Guinevere inside Nara's dead body.  Now, Jason Gardner must uncover answers to his mysterious grandfather's past in order to figure out Lancelot's end... more
  • Fugitives Of Destiny: A Mystic Brats Novel

    by Robert G. Culp
    The Mystic Brats are back!  After the spirit of Osiris possessed one of their own, Kirk Louis has brought Jason, Julie, and Nara to the other reality of Aria to protect them from being murdered by the very government that trained them.  With all three of their souls bound to each other because of the mysterious Lunar Necklace, these teenagers must put their faith in each other now more than ever.  But secrets surround every inch of their lives.  Julie and Nara have switched bodies and are stuck ... more
  • The Unburned Island

    by Auden Johnson
    The entire island was on fire yet only one schoolhouse burned. Everyone disappeared. Several tried taking it over but were never successful. People no longer talk about the Unburned Island. It was left to rot. Years later, Kiran, En and a team of magical investigators travel to the island to banish whatever haunts an old building. It takes them no time to realize the building isn’t the problem. The island is. With En acting strange, they knew this wouldn’t be a simple job. Kiran develops a... more
  • The View from my Window

    by Patricia J. Gallegos
    Willow has dedicated her two-and-twenty years apprenticed to a renowned shaman. The wheels of change have been set in motion, just as the oracle predicted they would. Her people have scattered to the four winds as anti-Romani tension flares, wagons are burned, and lives are destroyed. Trade, once the livelihood of Willow’s nomadic family, has now become too dangerous. The marauders have returned, and this time, someone in her innermost circle is targeted and attacked. As her training comes to... more
  • The Dakker Chronicles: Birth of the Defiance

    by Matt Gerwitz
    Some 150 years after colonists first arrived from Earth, the galaxy is very heavily populated. Settled planets are thriving and unsettled planets are being explored. Each planet and solar system are politically independent, though a Galactic Council does exist to provide a unifying force across the galaxy. Despite the many successes of the new galactic experiment, the original founder’s dream of Utopia was never realized. Planetary governments continue putting on a good show, making the people ... more
  • Creepy Sheen

    by Rebecca Gransden
    Ten Stories. For decades, Humankind sent transmissions around the globe. In addition to reaching every corner of the planet, the signals travelled beyond, into the dark void of space. All of broadcast history made its way gracefully through the stars, racing into the unknown—until the mid 1980s, when nuclear mushroom clouds plumed in the skies of Earth’s Third World War. The magnitude of the explosions caused the extinction of life on Earth, and sent a shockwave through the fabric of real... more
  • Jonathan: Prince of Dreams

    by A. Corrin
    Seventeen-year-old Jonathan He'klarr is your average teenage boy to the casual observer. But unlike the average teenager, he hides horrible burdens: his mother was killed when he was a toddler, his grief-stricken father became a drunk, and the school bully, Garrett, seems to be much more sadistic than anyone could have ever expected. Soon Jonathan finds himself at the center of mysterious happenings, and when a frying pan to the head sends him to a place he has only read about, a place made of a... more
  • Guiding Gaia

    by Tish Thawer
    She awoke to save us, but it may already be too late. The world is in chaos. Stars are falling from the sky. Floods, hurricanes, and fires rage across the land. And the only being strong enough to stop it is stuck in teenage form ... again. Reborn, Gaia has come to Earth to battle through the strife and discover if the world is worth saving. Tasked with guiding her, it falls to me to help her weather the storms, and hopefully, find a place where she can be at peace. But time is running ou... more
  • Truesilver

    by DJ Edwardson
    Kion Bray can’t accept that his father was a coward. Bullied for his dad’s actions in the last war, the seventeen-year-old shepherd is determined to restore his family honor. And the only way to do it is to win the village’s annual sword-fighting contest. Lacking experience, Kion fears he might only bring more embarrassment upon those he loves. And with his biggest tormentor awaiting him in the competition and a dark army mobilizing to the north, his quest for redemption may come to a swift a... more
  • Tapestry

    by Collin Brown
    Tapestry follows a young traveler named Khal as he searches for his place in a world fraught with magic, mage-hunters, and a myriad of cultures and (constructed) languages. Khal bears a supernatural burden, his latent magic consuming him and those he cares for, and the tides of history seem to conspire to keep him ever on the run, devouring his friends and family and all that he holds dear.
  • The Fifth: Indoctrinated City

    by Chris Sykes
    With a fascist majority in the British Parliament, the UK falls to the hatred unleashed by that vote. When the government is no longer held to account, new laws are passed making certain people illegal. They are hunted by the Patrol. But under the streets of York lies a maze of tunnels, built from history, and filled with society's rejects. When one family tries to flee, Jenny finds her long lost father. Her brother, Jack, is taken north to join the British Liberation Army. This is the act... more
  • The Captain's Daughters

    by Doreen D. Berger
    For most adolescents, growing up is hard enough when one has both feet planted firmly on the ground. But for mischievous, twelve-year-old sisters Diane and Robin, life is complicated further by the fact that their father, Captain William Marsh, is the commander of the Starship Polaris. Living among the stars provides a never-ending realm of creative possibility for the free-spirited girls’ pranks and adventures. When aliens bent on profit and revenge kidnap Diane and Robin, only their indomit... more
  • The Ouiums Journey: Hell Broke Loose

    by Dylan McDonald

    When Esa Blyth escaped from the pits of hell, he thought his troubles were over. However, soon after his return, he discovered his magic, and the world he’d left behind had changed.

    Without his innate gift and support from covens, the ancient and powerful witch had no choice but to forge ahead.

    His meeting with Skylar Lee, a dark witch with an incredible power that promises much, is a turning point for Esa. There is awakening within him at this chance encounter, one he canno... more

  • Tiny Planet Filled With Liars

    by Stephen M.A.

    The good news is a whole lotta honesty could save us all forever.
    The bad news tells itself.


    On a lonely world in a star system under siege, an ex-military whistleblower buys the certified rights to question anyone while investigating a classified disaster—backed by threat of corporate law. But instead of answers, The Interviewer finds a trail of lies leading directly to the untouchable overlords of the Board.

    In the Un... more

  • Space Junk

    by Andrew Bixler
    Adam Jones is just another broke scrapper combing his little slice of space for the semi-valuable trash that litters its dark corners. He spends most of his days inside his junker, the Asteroid Jones II, drinking beer, watching ancient horror movies, and evading debt collectors. But life for Adam gets a lot more complicated when he discovers a mysterious object that attracts the attention of powerful and bumbling forces from around the universe. With the help of his wily grandfather and a myster... more

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