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  • Strxia: The Odds Are Against Us

    by Matt Michel
    STRXIA: THE ODDS ARE AGAINST US is a STEM-based portal fantasy with a target audience of elementary school children in the age range of eight to twelve. Strxia is a parallel world in crisis due to the authoritarian rule of the Odds, an elite group of scientists who have taken control of odd numbers, leading to structural and economic chaos. The plot of Strxia invites young readers to enjoy a fun and action-packed adventure while being introduced to some fundamental physics concepts along the way... more
  • The Golden Codex

    by William Sandberg
    A boy alchemically transforms a recurrent golden manuscript from a primeval touchstone, evades abduction by slavers and reaching adulthood, conquers his fears by embarking off-world on an arcane race for his freedom.
  • GlitterShip Year Two

    by Keffy R.M. Kehrli
    he complete second year of GlitterShip magazine.A witch living in a graveyard for disobedient women. Slow-moving aliens filling the skies. A determined gumiho chef unable to taste their own cooking. Death masquerading in the guise of an elderly woman who crashes funerals for the sandwiches. Superheroes who make toast with their laser eye vision. A future expedition making sense of dilapidated 20th century technology. You'll find everything from high fantasy to hard science fiction in GlitterShip... more
  • Reshaping Eliza

    by Rhea V. May
    One gutted Earth, a dying damsel and a ship full of bionic heroes. And this are just the opening credits... Eliza Ross seems unable to catch a break. To begin with, Earth is invaded and there’s no stopping to the spree of human-snatching. Then, just as she thinks she’s evaded capture and everything will revert to normal, the aliens decide to bomb the entire planet on their way out. Against all odds, she survives. And thus, she finds herself on an alien starship belonging to The Union Of... more
  • The Orc War Campaigns: A Sword of Dragons Story

    by Jon Wasik
    In the wake of the Battle for Archanon, the four kingdoms of Edilas forge a bold new alliance. Amaya Kenla, a former Warrior betrayed by her commander and imprisoned under the Prince's controversial laws, is released by King Beredis, along with the rest of her team. Their celebration is cut short when a boy in blood-soaked rags brings frightening news - an orc army has destroyed his mining camp, and are set to invade Tal. Seeing Amaya's potential, the King inducts her into the ... more
  • Burning Skies: The Sword of Dragons Book 2

    by Jon Wasik
    The four kingdoms of Edilas stand united for the first time in centuries! Six months have passed since the Sword of Dragons was uncovered, and the Allied armies prepare a final, united offensive to end the Orc War Campaigns. When all contact is lost with the newest colony on the eastern continent, Cardin and his companions are dispatched to investigate. What they discover is an army of undead, and a prophecy that foretells a great cataclysm. As the skies burn, and the dead rise to claim th... more
  • Rise of the Forgotten: The Sword of Dragons Book 1

    by Jon Wasik
    For over 3,000 years, the Sword of Dragons has remained hidden in the remote realm of Halarite. Forged to end the catastrophic civil war of the dragons, it was feared by its creators and was buried and forgotten. When the rogue Mage Kailar learns of the Sword and searches for it, only the fledgling Wizard Dalin recognizes the threat that she poses. With his pleas for help ignored by the Wizards and the Prince, Dalin's only hope is to recruit the forgotten and outcast Warrior, Cardin Kataar. ... more
  • Stand to Resist: The Shield of Kelan

    by Edward Tagg
    'Stand to Resist' is a tale of horror in the face of conflict and warfare from the perspective of conscripted citizens. When the nation of Kelan is invaded by a much stronger adversary, national service is called by the monarch and millions of unprepared men, women and children are transferred to the frontline. Following in the specific perspective of Rhys Hendrix, a farmhand forced to become an Acting Staff Sergeant for the 54th Defensive Regiment within the People's Militia, a large cast of ch... more
  • Darkness: Book One of the Oortian Wars

    by Iain Richmond

    Lieutenant Jack Falco woke up, said goodbye to his wife and daughter, three hours later, his family and half the world's population was dead. When he couldn't put a bullet in his head, Falco did the next best thing, took a commission as captain and left for humanity's furthest boundary, Station Pluto. Five years in a scout-class boat refitted for the long haul, and Falco escapes the horrors of earth only to find something worse waiting in the vast Oort Cloud, an ancient civilization with a hi... more

  • The Path

    by Douglas A. Sirois
    Micah is upset because he can’t find his imagination. With helpful suggestions along his journey down a wooded path from some forest friends, Micah learns a few key lessons to help find his imagination before returning home. A sweet enduring picture book with how-to-find creativity hook, detailed natural and fantastical illustration, THE PATH is sure to inspire and spark any child's imagination.
  • Surviving Minimized

    by Andrea White

    Zert Cage accepts a dare. The 13-year-old sneaks out of his house to engage in a Trash War with his friends. Nothing out of the ordinary about that. Except that it’s 2083, and the world is falling apart. The Nuclear Mistake has left the oceans dead and brown, and grime and pollution are the way of life for anyone not wealthy enough to live in the Up Cities, which float high above the surface of the earth. Those left behind in the Low Cities wear gas masks when they go outside to avoid t... more

  • The Purity of Crimson

    by Beverley Lee
    Blood calls to blood. Gabriel Davenport and his brothers have found a temporary refuge. But safety is fleeting. Beneath the streets of London three become five, as the brothers, the "Bloody Little Prophets," are joined by a witch boy sent on a mission and a terrified, persecuted vampire. But every meeting has its consequences. And one of them is not who he says he is. One by one, the brothers are torn apart, and all must face their own demons when unexpected questions and uncertainty arise. ... more
  • A Shining in the Shadows

    by Beverley Lee
    Gabriel Davenport has been remade from darkness. Now, he must adapt to survive . In a small seaside town, Gabriel's maker unwittingly takes his wards into the throes of a deadly new game. There are rumblings on The Bloodvyne, the mental web of linked vampire consciousness. Whispers about a cleansing, about the ruling council hunting vampires with impure blood. Gabriel finds himself thrust into a new nightmare, where the hunter becomes the hunted. When his maker is taken, he must battle to ... more
  • The Making of Gabriel Davenport

    by Beverley Lee
    In a house built on truth something lays hidden. Beth and Stu Davenport moved to Meadowford Bridge to give their young son, Gabriel, an idyllic childhood. But one night, their dream is shattered by a hidden, ancient darkness-- and their lives are forever changed. Years later, Gabriel goes looking for answers about his mysterious past. Soon, his life begins to unravel as he discovers that the people he loves and trusts most are harboring sinister secrets of their own. As the line blurs betw... more
  • Uniting the Heavens

    by Emily English
    When a bloodied, secret message destined for the powerful Lord Tiede ends up in the hands of Aren, a young apprentice serving in the greatest library in all of Cordelacht, his life starts to unravel. A murderer is leaving grisly sacrifices all over the city in the name of Magic, Aren’s little sister starts relaying messages from the gods, and the Lady Tiede becomes a little too familiar with the bumbling apprentice. As intelligent and handsome as he is naïve, Aren has a gift for saying all the w... more
  • The Ballad of the Riegelsberg Werewolf, and other fantastic accounts

    by DC Larson
    A fun collection of retro-styled monster stories that mix humor with the thrills. Recalled in tone and structure by these G-rated tales are 1940s Universal films, 1950s serials, and early television. Literate, chilling, whimsical, and filled with vibrant imagery.

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