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  • The Gatekeeper

    by Barbara Arnett
    The Gatekeeper to the Imaginary World must find his successor. He recruits three kids who are members of the Lummi Nation, but there is trouble in the Imaginary World and it is starting to affect the real world.
  • Maybe the Dream Knows What is Real

    by Steve Grogan
    He was lost, directionless, unable to find his identity. He thought he found it in her, which was good because he was teetering on the edge of madness. She had no way of knowing her actions would push him over it. This novella is part splatterpunk, part erotica, part psychological study of an unstable mind, told in Steve's highly visual and deeply emotional prose. Some stories have protagonists/narrators for which you can feel empathy, or at the very least you can feel sorry for them. ... more
  • BEFORE THE SUN RISES : Darkness on the Horizon BOOK TWO

    by Christopher Renna

    THE ONLY EASY DAY WAS YESTERDAY - - Despite the odds, Morgan defeated his captor, DuPont, and the Immortals of the East Horsley Colony. His rebellion destroyed plans for initiating the next Great Immortal Battle. Now, returning to America with his allies, Morgan will confront a war in the form of retaliation. The defeated Immortals want Morgan dead for disrupting their plans. Although protected by security, Morgan must fight to survive while testing his independence and defin... more

  • Below The Moon

    by Alexis Chute
    Ella Wellsley is not your typical teenager. Cancer left her mute, but not powerless. Trapped in a parallel dimension, Ella rallies her strength to join her family―her mother, Tessa, her grandpa Archie, and her magical boyfriend―in locating the cure to her illness. This cure is entangled in the fate of all worlds, and threatened by the presence of an evil Star anchored in the sea. The Star has thrown life everywhere into chaos―and it is Ella who holds the key to unlocking its mystery. Caught ... more
  • Torq

    by Ty Drago
    Welcome to the Machine, an enormous, ancient, broken device that has become home to a million souls. After a hundred generations spent without doors or windows, all knowledge of the outside world, if any, is lost. Today, society is split between the all-powerful Upperfolk, who rule, and the helpless Lowerfolk, who work, suffer, and die. Helpless, that is, except for Torq, the Lowers Champion. Concealed behind his golden mask and armor, Torq alone fights for justice and freedom. Until th... more
  • Mia Marcotte and the Robot

    by Jeanne Wald

    Filled with science, adventure and big dreams, this brand-new easy-to-read chapter book celebrates the power of friendship and perseverance and will be loved by fans of Rosie Revere, Ada Lace and Jada Jones!

    Mia Marcotte has a secret dream—to be an astronaut and fly to Mars. So when a field trip to the space center is promised for a successful participation in the school science fair, Mia is thrilled. The only problem: her attempt to build a mini-rocket in he... more

  • The Realm of Eternal Magic

    by TED LAMPRON
    Sometimes you find yourself in the middle of nowhere, and sometimes in the middle of nowhere, you find yourself. After discovering a mysterious underground laboratory, three students are unwittingly plunged into a world of phantasm filled with dragons, witches, and zombies. Bonnie Wells and her two friends, Henry and Freddie, find themselves trapped in a place called the Realm and ruled by sorcery, black magic, and a vicious queen who will stop at nothing to destroy them and the world they came... more
  • Wrath of the Undead

    by ERIC MORENO
    Madeline Monreal, a Biochemist, narrates her story several years after the initial zombie virus outbreak. She recalls her days in high school during this post-apocalyptic era where life has been restored to normal, except for the kids carrying a mutated virus which can turn them into the undead. As she retells her life including the beginning of the outbreak, we follow the aftermath of the initial incident as it spreads over the course of a grueling day and learn how each person pulls together t... more
  • The knight's tale, a story of the future

    by Vincent McCaffrey
    If history repeats itself, the future may come more than once. Three generations after the end of the famines and plagues that were the end of history now known as 'The Elide,' when the Long Wars are little more than legend, a depopulated world has renewed itself again. The earth's abandoned colonies in the heliosphere are flourishing and independent, while the 'remnant' peoples of the earth have reorganized under weakened governments without armies. Trade between the outer nations and ... more
  • Eyes Over Earth

    by J. A. Egan
    Watched and later chosen to help save humans from extinction, Jim Wilson receives a new lease on life with the joining of microscopic lifeforms. Enhanced and able to access superior technology, Jim Wilson builds a global business empire. During which time he is called upon to help other worlds against attack and destruction.
  • Gravity: Cryoborn Gifts (Obsidian Rim Book 1)

    by Maggie Lynch

    Help no one. Show no mercy. Stay alive.

    Lehana Saar learned the smuggler's trade the hard way--as an indentured servant to the Rim’s most notorious pirate. With the skills she acquired and now with her own ship, the star freighter Phoenix, Lehana is known throughout the Rim as a trafficker who will take any job, however dangerous, for the promise of a good profit. But when she's forced to crash land near a mining colony owned by the heinous, galactic cart... more

  • The awakening (Dark Passenger Book 1)

    by L C Ainsworth
    JC Maxwell boarding school in Surrey UK; that is where Diana 15 years old have been sent, along with five of her friends. She is charged with a mission by her mother; to find the reason for some unexplained disturbance. What she did not expect to find was a series of murders and school staffs with strange behaviours. Subsequently, the parties responsible for the murders are intrigued and disturbed by those new students who not only have started to meddle in their affairs but also appear to be mo... more
  • Whizzers

    by Michael J. Sahno
    A recovering alcoholic, Mike, discovers his six-year-old cousin, David, travels through time as a whizzer to bring comfort to those in need. Mike soon finds himself along for the ride, and while he gets the opportunity to bring solace to some of his greatest heroes, he must also confront his own greatest demons.
  • Darien and the Moonlight Well

    by Jeanna Kunce
    Long and long ago, three close friends—ruler, healer, and sorceress—led the kingdom of Telinoria in harmony. An age of prosperity and peace had begun. But it was not to last. A scheming baron by the name of Radburn set diabolical plans in motion and threatened to destroy everything the trio had built, including their friendship. Now, Darien’s own relationship problems with her cousin Emily are an unwelcome interruption from her mission to learn more about the secretive Miss Millie. Trapped to... more
  • Lifeflash

    by Tom Deaderick
    Meet Jon Falvo’s eyes, and he knows everything about you, and you have a day to live. In the future, the scarcest resource is someone else’s attention. Cameras are everywhere, mounted in the virtual reality gear that everyone wears, and in every room. Life-streaming, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality have remade the world. Marty Selena is a cop longing to be a detective, but the cameras and identity-recognition systems leave few unsolved cases. She joins a retro-reality clu... more
  • The Lazarus Spear (THE LOST COVE SERIES Book 3)

    by Tom Deaderick
    For hundreds of years, Appalachian forests have drawn wanderers away from lights, comforts, and everyday life, into unchanged, less familiar, and even mysterious places. Hogan’s favorite spot overlooked the Nolichucky River’s emergence through the mountains as it snaked alongside the railroad tracks into Erwin, Tennessee. He sat atop the rock-scrabble ridge and closed his eyes in warm sunlight, listening to wrens and the rushing water below. The first drops of rain woke him, but the woods ... more

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