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  • The Prince of Tabor

    by Dr. W Penn White
    Many centuries before the age of Man, as the ancient chroniclers tell, Tabor, the second greatest kingdom on earth, was under siege. The king had died in battle, and the queen had died in childbirth. As the enemy was closing in, the infant heir escaped far away to the tiny hamlet of Streamside. Brought up there in a boisterous tavern by his brother Jacoby, Young Nathaniel could not know that the trumpets of war had again sounded and that a greater army than ever, its leaders bent on revenge and ... more
  • Moon Mountain

    by Jess Porto

    (Moon Mountain Trilogy, Book 1)

    The year is 1997. It’s a Friday night with a full moon in the sky. And it’s Halloween.

    Morgan Thomas and her best friend and roommate, Sheridan, plan to make it a night to remember. Having recently started her senior year at Clarkes College in the inimitably charming country town of Moon Mountain, North Carolina, Morgan feels this year could be her best yet.

    But Morgan’s world begins to unrav... more

  • Legacy of Seven: Darkness Falls

    by P.J. Flie
    After the harrowing trials she underwent in the series’ first chapter to keep her magic from spiraling out of control, Ondreeal rests easy knowing she’s finally managed to keep her powers in check. But as the young wizard becomes plagued with dreams of a nightmarish future that she can’t remember upon waking, she begins to doubt whether her powers are really as controllable as she thought. A nagging urgency pulls her back to Bastion, a free city of light and a beacon of hope for all peoples, and... more
  • Void

    by David Haltinner
    Darren was just getting settled into life at college when his world was turned upside down. After he and his research partner stumble upon a network of tunnels beneath the campus, his research partner goes missing. Now the faculty are covering it up. After Audrey steps into his life and into the tunnel with him, the pair try to uncover what they soon realize is bigger than anything they ever expected. Something lies in the darkness of the tunnels. Something that is growing. Something... more
  • Dead and Alive

    by David Haltinner
    Mike Banner heard the words that no parent wants to hear. His son is dead. Tommy was only six years old when his life ended tragically. Attacked while playing with his friends on the playground at school. His neck torn open and eaten. But Mike didn't believe it. He couldn't believe it. And when he saw his son's body move in the morgue and no one believed him, he had no choice but to get Tommy out of there before he was buried alive. Now, on his own, with the police on his trail, M... more
  • Whisper

    by David Haltinner
    When a witch tells you to help her, you do what she says. Not because she's beautiful, but because you don't want to live the rest of your life as a frog, or something worse. Whisper was living a normal life among humans until a group of witch hunters show up in the city and begin killing off her kind. Now they have their eyes on her, and she finds that magic alone is not enough to keep her alive this time. She needs help, and the only person that can help her survive is a human. Ben Bau... more
  • The Borderlands of Forever

    by Jeff B Willey

    What happens when humanity confronts forces beyond understanding, pulling it towards different eternities? One of its own making—the vast synthetic intelligence known as machinu—and another arrived from realms long suspected, but ignored by conventional science: interdimensional entities. The Borderlands of Forever weaves through time, from the near future to the 32nd century, as its characters confront shifting realities. We meet Lila Sandcherry, agent with the Bureau of Sen... more

  • The Control Problem

    by Norah Woodsey
    Vera Elpis is a quiet young woman with a desk job, two friends, and a cozy apartment. On the surface, her life is easy. Children adore her, her inheritance sustains her, and she is safe. The only blight is her unexplained infertility, a condition that shames and enrages her. In her lonely quest for motherhood, Vera fails to appreciate her own peculiarity. What happened before she moved here? How does she always know the weather forecast? And why doesn’t her cousin Jennifer, an executive at a ... more
  • The Noble Villains (The Forge Born Trilogy Book 1)

    by Seth Wildschut
    Ex-soldier Darragh Moonford operates in society as an outlaw after being cast out by a kingdom that no longer needs him. As technology advanced, magic-enhanced soldiers became obsolete leading to many becoming criminals. Using his forge-enhanced abilities he takes jobs outside the law to provide security and income for himself and his partner Orion. Soon they stumble onto a plot that could destroy every kingdom and the world itself.
  • Dogs and Demons

    by R J Lee Heroux
    A coming of age story about a fearful boy and his two dogs as they navigate a parallel dream realm through the magical dog kingdom of Olympus. Together with four other children and their dogs, they set off on a quest to Hades in search of their mom, meeting friends and foe, and battling demons, visible and invisible, along the way. The stories and powers of each child unravel as they travel through the woodlands, grasslands, alpine tundra, and rainforests, encountering the likes of sorcerers, pi... more
  • The New Empire

    by Alison McBain
    The world undergoes a drastic change in the fourteenth century when Chinese ships land in what is currently known as the Bay Area of California. Fast forward four hundred years to a much different America than we know, a land dominated by a tribal confederacy grown out of a strong alliance with Beijing. Told from the main perspective of Jiangxi, a Chinese slave, it’s an epic story that highlights the experiences of characters often overlooked in the history books. In doing so, it tells a unique—... more
  • Saving the Gingerbread House

    by Lois Wickstrom
    Is the Witch really going to enter the House Beautiful Contest? For that matter, is there really a witch? Something is tapping in the woods. Hansel and Gretel investigate. It's not a witch building a beautiful home. It's a woodpecker. They were in such a hurry to find the source of the sound, now they are lost. They come upon a beautiful home. It's made of gingerbread. Animals are nibbling. Hansel and Gretel, eat some, too. Then the owner comes out. Have the hungry children ruined her chance to ... more
  • The First Assignment

    by Billy Kramer
    Dead. Seventeen-year-old Shawn Turner no longer belongs to the world of the living. Armed without a heartbeat, he starts his afterlife as a reaper. After being given the name of a person destined to die in the next seven days, he must go out and collect their soul. As Shawn separates himself from the living and moves below ground, he attends Wayward Academy which teaches him the training and traditions all first-year reapers need to know to perform their duty. The only thing is, Shawn i... more
  • The Broken Darkness

    by theresa braun
    In her debut collection, Theresa Braun explores the inner workings of the human heart and what it is we most desire—forgiveness, acceptance, love, fame, or merely to escape who we really are. Whether we are battling ghosts, demons, mythical monsters, the past, or other dimensions, we are really facing the deepest parts of ourselves. These thirteen tales of horror and dark fantasy may appear to be a matter of good versus evil, but they are all a reflection of the hidden corners of the soul that a... more
  • The Price of Rebellion

    by Michael Bland
    It’s 2047. Secrets have been revealed. And Washington wants revenge. Dray Quintero learned an ugly truth: the leaders in D.C. are fake. Using his technology, they’ve stolen the identities of those duly elected to Congress and are determined to stay in power. After revealing the dangers of their government-mandated implants to his fellow citizens, Dray joins the already-underway rebellion. But his joining is as much to free the United States as it is to avenge his daughter’s death. Before he ca... more
  • Beyond Words

    by Celia Bonaventura
    How much more could be learned about using and conserving ocean resources if humans could communicate with intelligent marine creatures? This question is sure to intrigue readers who follow the adventures of Mo and Duke, a lonely girl and a dolphin who develop a deep friendship when they learn how to use whistles and mental linkages for communication. Duke, a curious young dolphin, was poisoned by contact with poisonous blue slime in the hold of a sunken ship. Paralyzed and unable to swim... more
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