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  • Ironclad (Part 1 of 2)

    by Daniel Foster
  • Pride and Perpetration

    by Wayne Tyson

    Doing for Jane Austen what Malaria did for travel in Asia, Pride and Perpetration is a story that includes improbable adventures, a very odd druid, and a dinosaur called Fluff.
    In the year 2047, the world is laid waste. It is a frightening, post-apocalyptic land where existence is divided into a series of kingdoms ruled by dark magic. London is mostly in ruins, with a few ragged inhabitants, but no other city survives in this broken landscape. 
    Commander Fitz Darcy is the leade... more

  • Above The Star

    by Alexis Marie Chute
    When frumpy senior citizen Archie goes in search of his missing son in the Spanish Canary Islands, he stumbles upon a higher mission: locating a magical cure for his ailing fourteen-year-old granddaughter, Ella. Using a portal-jumping device called the Tillastrion, Archie and a stone-headed creature named Zeno are transported to Jarr-Wya, a magnificent yet terrifying island in a connected realm―along with Ella and her strong-willed mother, Tessa, who accidentally stow away on this not-so-secret ... more
  • The Peithosian Gift

    by Cristina Archer

    The Peithosian Gift is a speculative fiction novel about two warring clans with the power to control the minds of others.

    Since ancient times, the Morgans and the Kanes have violently disputed the right to use their gift. The present-day Morgans are outnumbered and persecuted by the Kanes for using their gift; most are in hiding, while others avenge the slaughter of their kin. The Kanes hunt and assassinate Morgans to prevent a mind-controlled world. While one clan seeks a ‘saviou... more

  • Mistress of Legend (Guinevere's Tale Book 3)

    by Nicole Evelina
    Legend says Guinevere spent her final days in penance in a convent, but that is far from the truth. Having escaped death at the stake, Guinevere longs to live a peaceful life in Brittany with Lancelot, but the threat of Arthur’s wrath quickly separates the lovers. Guinevere finds herself back in Camelot, but it is not the peaceful capital she once knew; the loyalty of the people is divided over Arthur’s role in her death sentence. When war draws Arthur away from Britain, Mordred is named acti... more
  • Lucid

    by C.G. Matteini

    Will Lark is battling a quarter-life crisis of epic proportions. He’s obsessed with a door on a roof, thinks he’s being followed, and is worried that the moon might fall out the sky. His dreams have been menacing and a touch prophetic. He’s not sure what’s real these days.

    He’s freaked out about life, sure. Who isn’t? He’s been wondering about his parents again, yes. But all that’s relatively normal, and he’s increasingly unsure whet... more

  • Scarlet Reign Malice of the Dark Witch

    by R.D. Crist
    After the unexplainable death of her mother on the eve of Natalie’s fourteenth birthday, she is suddenly forced to grow up. Compelled to leave her dismal and deceptive life behind by a mysterious woman who claims to be an old relative, Natalie carries with her the highly coveted, scarlet stoned ring she reluctantly retrieved from her mother upon her death. Following Natalie’s irreversible decision, she unexpectedly finds herself alone and thrust into a peculiar all female orphanage where he... more
  • Fae Magic (Alexandra Everest Series Book 1)

    by Jen Pretty
    Lex’s life goes from bleak to freaking weird in a heartbeat. She never believed in fairytales but some creepy stalker guy has a story for her. Now her life consists of giant warriors, vampires, and magical doorways to crazy worlds. And then there's the gorgeous guy with the bad attitude who walks around with two swords strapped to his back. He thinks Lex has magic and he wants her to use it to help him defeat the vampires before their leader kills all the fae and gains control of earth. The who... more
  • Children of the Revolution

    by Joanne Zienty
    The Great Lakes hold 84% of North America’s surface freshwater. And so, in a world wracked by environmental disaster, in the ruins of a place known as the Old Republic, lies the Protectorate, a territory encompassing the five lakes and the land surrounding them. The Galt Corporation controls the Protectorate and thus, the water, with a vicious efficiency though the use of embeds and near-constant surveillance. Only those who contribute to the well-being of the Protectorate are allowed to remain ... more
  • Diversity is Madness

    by W.S. Klass
    The first volume of the Dark Athyx series tells the story of the creation… An ancient being is awakened when a vile god discovers a relic and steals it to empower himself. Armageddon is nothing compared to the destruction and horrors of the ancient being known as the Forgotten One… He is the lord of madness and harbinger of horror. Gods fear him. The horrors of the Void spawn the birth of Athyx and its pantheon. Myth becomes reality, and reality becomes madness. The madness calls to the Forgot... more
  • Madness Rising

    by W.S. Klass
    The second installment of the Dark Athyx Series continues where Diversity is Madness leaves off. Insanium returns from hiding with a vengeance and snuffs out more gods. He scars others, enraging some while frightening others. His presence insights nightmares among the gods. The Keeper of Secrets is dead and the weight of discovering ancient secrets falls upon the powers of Prometheus. Insanium grows in power and rips gateways in Time and Space for the power of the Forgotten One to taint the worl... more
  • Hidden in Plain Sight

    by Frederick Hoon
    We always suspected that we were not alone in the Universe. The “Charter” is a collection of alien races that have ruled the galaxy for thousands of years. For better or for worse, the Charter established contact with Earth. Earth is now woven into their alliance. Nick Everroot is a new graduate from the Charter’s Academy. Nick expected that he would be assigned to one of the fighting ships of the Charter’s fleet. But you don’t always get what you want, and Nick learns that is not always a ... more
  • 3748 A.D. The Return of the Cat

    by Carl S. Kralich
    It is 3748 A.D and space aliens have conquered Earth. All is not lost. Hope rests with a princess. But 19-year-old Karl Sabers’ only knowledge of life is existence on a generational ship launched centuries ago. When his evangelical-minded sister is propelled into space after an alien attack, Karl journeys into the depths of the unknown to rescue her. Shanghaied into piracy, his fate is entangled with a mysterious alien girl’s quest. He might perish, but for an unexpected appearance by man’s best... more
  • Curse of the Sea: Book One of the Admiralty Archives (Volume 1)

    by Joni Parker
    A NATO training exercise goes terribly wrong when five warships from different nations are mysteriously transported to Eledon, the Realm of the Elves. The Elf warrior, Lady Alexin, escorts the first group of sailors to London in the year 2031 with the aid of the Wizard Ecstasy and a shrinking potion. The authorities question her story and detain her under suspicion of terrorism. Caught in a web of politics, betrayal, and bungling bureaucracy, Alex hangs in the balance between 'justice' and a pla... more
  • Nemecene: The Epoch of Redress

    by Kaz Lefave

    In a toxic future flooded by dead oceans and poisonous gases, twins Keeto and Elize become the target of an otherworldly predator in their quest to save Elize from their mother’s fate.

    The mystery surrounding their mother does more than evoke painful memories. It has been plaguing Elize’s nightmares for 9 years as she shows increasing evidence of the psychological sickness for which their mother was confined, and apparently died from.

    Keeto, an armchair archeologist an... more

  • Nemecene: The Gadlin Conspiracy

    by Kaz Lefave

    The city of Eadonberg rests at the edge of a precipice as a tide of vengeance rises from within.

    Amidst suspicions of Orwellian double-speak and doctored evidence, and driven by a knowing he cannot explain, Keeto leaves the cocoon of the archives to face the adventurer he aspires to be. If only his impatient twin sister, Elize, were able to slow the whispers in her mind from feeding the voices in her head, as their chatter tests her highland upbringing with each argumentative intrusion,... more

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