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  • Till Myth Do Us Part (The Seed of Yggdrasil)

    by Darius Ebrahimi

    Heaven is not what Kai imagined. What surprises him isn’t the mythical beasts running free, scorching drought, or the misguided reputation he has as a hero by stranger and family alike. He only imagined his true love, Sophia.

    Reuniting with her isn’t a goal — it’s everything. To rescue her from the perilous city of Asphodel and spend eternity together in Elysium, Kai makes a deal with the mortal council that speaks for missing gods.

    Save heaven. S... more

  • Hero Kids in the Making

    by Wg Williams

    Finally, a tool that prepares children for medical procedures in a fun way! This colorful storybook was especially created to help reduce childhood fears in their inevitable encounter with medical devices. "Hero Kids in the Making" is a children's picture book that redirects the imagination of a pediatric patient from a fearful perspective and towards a hero making tale that inspires bravery. This fun rhyming story turns medical procedures into cute, magical creatures. Instrumen... more

  • Lautréamont

    by Aaron J Clarke
    A beautiful country-side château harbours dark, sinful secrets. God is testing us. An adamantine bond that not even time can weaken forces even the most devout towards hedonism. Who is Le Comte, the ominous stranger with the soft, mesmeric eyes – will he be their anodyne? Can their iniquitous deeds be forgiven? Love and hate, lust and disgust become inextricably tangled in this Daedalian novella, a tale of passion and devotion – for Christ or the Devil, it is hard to tell. Death and d... more
  • The Probability of Time (The Historians Trilogy)

    by Tim Koster
    While investigating a high-profile murder, Detective Liam Smart uncovers a secret war that's been manipulating the American Political Landscape since the Revolutionary War. As the evidence of his case begins to build, Liam finds that the longer he pursues the killer, the more he gets dragged into the conflict until he has no choice but to join the fight. Described as a unique blend of a mystery, crime drama, and science fiction, Tim Koster’s debut novel is a well-paced time travel thriller fu... more
  • The Roots of Yggdrasil (The Norse Saga of Sigurd Book 2)

    by Katherine Buel
    The Master of Masters has sent his foster sons to war, but not even he knows the course of fate—neither theirs, nor his own. When he finds himself withering in the ring’s absence, Regin seeks help from the one who cursed the Nibelung Hoard … but help is not what awaits him in the realm of the dwarf king. Help awaits no one in this bold and transportive second installment of Sigurd’s legend—certainly none awaits Sigurd himself. Fate has more in store for him than his foster brother’s war; he h... more
  • Illumina

    by Dan O'Mahony
    There’s nothing more powerful than a good story. Twelve-year-old Ronnie Jackman has gone through something no child should ever have to face. Not only did he lose both of his parents, but he watched them die in a raging fire. His pain runs deep and there is no telling what would have happened to him if he didn’t meet Mr. Griffin, a mysterious substitute teacher who helps Ronnie tap into a wellspring of imagination that was waiting inside of him. Mr. Griffin inspires Ronnie to write fantasy... more
  • Death's Fair Maiden

    by Dan O'Mahony
    Love empowers both mortals and immortals alike. There is something about Eve that can only be described as “enchanting” or “magical.” She is a young hospice worker assigned to work with seventeen-year-old Tommy Kennedy’s beloved great-grandmother. Eve charms Tommy and his family. She always has the right thing to say, and her mere presence comforts them in their time of need. Only Tommy has seen Eve before -- in a nightmare he’d had that took place in ancient Ireland, where Eve was brutall... more
  • Bake Happy

    by Cori Cooper
    Cat has this baking thing down! Now that she's been to the family bakery and knows all about her baking abilities, Cat is baking the world a better place one class party and family dinner at a time. Her life is practically perfect until a surprise visit and an even bigger surprise announcement turn Cat's perfectly proofed world into an upside down cake. How is she supposed to Bake Happy now? Find out in Bake Happy, the third and final book in the Bake Believe Trilogy.
  • Bake Off

    by Cori Cooper
    Now that Cat knows what her baking can do, it's time to discover why and how! Cat and her family roadtrip all the way to Arizona for Thanksgiving break to find the answers they need at the family bakery. Instead of resolving her bazillion questions, Cat finds herself in the middle of a bakery showdown with suspicion as the main ingredient. Emotions are all over the place as Cat and Robyn learn the hard way that reckless baking and magic is a recipe for disaster.
  • Bake Believe

    by Cori Cooper
    Baking is messy enough without adding Magic to the mix. Cat Anderson has everything she could ever want. Her best friend is also her cousin, she's about to start eighth grade, and a cute new boy just moved into the neighborhood. Seriously, best life ever. So what if her mom refuses to touch the oven? So what if they always eat frozen food or take-out? So what if Cat doesn't know the difference between homemade and store bought? It's just food. Who even cares? But food, it turns out, is ... more
  • Wizards of Arcadia

    by Daniel Xavier Luna
    Evil isn’t born, nor is it stumbled upon. It’s created in the shadows of a person’s soul. It plants itself and evolves throughout one’s journey in life where it culminates in darkness until it consumes the individual. For twins Adrian and Andrew, it’s a journey one of them will take. Book one Andrew and Adrian are catapulted into a world where spells, magical beasts, and wizards exist. A world they now belong to, and their once predictable summer is gone in a blink of an eye. They go visi... more
  • Magic and Goldfire

    by Clare Rushing

    A frostbitten healer's apprentice and a knightess with memory loss must save the world from a wicked prince in a high fantasy adventure inspired by mythology, fairy tales, and medieval culture.

    Vesunna "Sunny" Padsva is a legendary knight with her own ballad sung by tone-deaf bards across the land. She tolerates the fame, but craves an escape away from guard duty and starry eyed townsfolk. When the high king announces a diplomatic mission to an isolated kingdom in the... more

  • Swallow

    by A.H. Mims
    In a future America wracked by climate change, disease, and civil unrest, Martene Fisher has risen from humble beginnings to realize her dream of becoming a military officer and pilot, positions usually reserved for members of the upper class. With an elevated social status and a lifestyle few in her world enjoy, she has everything she’s ever wanted and more than most could hope for: a career, a home, people she loves, security. But Martene discovers the job is not what it seems and her hard-won... more
  • After the Fall

    by Deek Rhew
    Shai was created for one purpose: to die. 200 years after the fall of civilization, in a world warred to rubble, Shai and her fellow Recollectors—humans built by machines to serve machines—have carved out a simple, pleasant life in their Mazatlán oasis. One of love, surf, and kinship. Life is far from peaceful though. The Osiris AI controlling the machines is destabilizing, and Shai, with her upgraded genome, is the perfect sacrificial specimen they can use to patch it. To stop them and... more
  • The Road to Damascus

    by Mark Tapper
    When a magic ritual goes awry at the end of the First Crusade, a group of Knights Hospitaller are mistakenly made immortal, doomed to be reborn after each death. The knights fight with sword and magic, and, like the Hospitallers they once were, they care for the sick and dying. Their foes are the Returned, banished mages who form a corporation in another dimension that’s hell-bent on destroying beauty, diversity, and tolerance in our world as completely as it has in their own. Paul, senesc... more
  • Missing in the Pages

    by Ashley Tropea
    After eighteen-year-old Elizabeth Burrough's father went missing six years ago, all Elizabeth has ever felt is alone. Ostracized at school and ignored at home by her perpetually grieving mother, Elizabeth’s only solace lies within the pages of her favorite book, filled with daring sword fights and adventurous heroines. But when she awakes one morning to discover she's somehow inside the novel, it seems the glamorous world of eighteenth-century England may be more perilous than she'd ever expecte... more