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  • Billy Chan Goes to the World of the Felidavians

    by D.Z. Mah

    Normally I get my missions from the CIA, when my parents let me. Today, though, the elusive billionaire and exotic chimera collector, Mr. Roahr, has paid me a visit. He and his foster daughter, Cassie, need my help.

    Cassie hasn't heard from her family in weeks, and she can't get home unless I use my powers to take her there. This is my biggest, scariest adventure yet! I'm going to a world of felidavians (great big flying cats) and I'm with Cassie. We all know how unpredi... more

  • The Seven Strings.

    by Sarah Morin

    To free her innocent sister from Traitor’s Prison , sixteen-year-old Eva must free herself—her true self—by taking back her soul. 

    In a kingdom where anything sacred or spiritual is banned by law, Eva, the daughter of freedom fighters, accidentally exposes her family as Traitors when she’s caught meditating. For her crime, her parents are put to death. Seeking redemption for her carelessness, even while trapped in a prison camp, Eva struggles to find her twi... more

  • Nanagin

    by Hayley Kilgour
    If only they had known… Aron might have acted sooner. Kade might have acted different… though probably not. Jared might have let Keegan go her own way. Had Keegan known that Arciol, a world filled with magic and adventure, existed in parallel to her own, she would have given anything to go there. Instead, she wakes up a prisoner of the realm’s tyrannical king with the weight of the world on her shoulders. If only they had known.
  • The Apprentice Storyteller

    by Astrid V.J.
    The Alchemist meets fantasy with a splash of space opera. Viola Alerion, a renowned storyteller in the Haldrian Empire, wants to be left in peace. For years, she’s been hounded by her past, never to find a moment’s rest. Then she meets a boy who wants to become her apprentice. He refuses to take no for an answer, and she reluctantly yields, even though she knows taking him with her could endanger his life. As their journey progresses, Viola begins to understand she’s not the only teacher in ... more
  • The Coney Island Book of the Dead

    by Sheila Martin
    The thrills start in Coney Island, 1957, the evening of Memorial Day, the first night of summer. Brooklyn, a spunky eleven-year-old girl, and her anorexic mother are standing on the boardwalk in the glow of the crimson neon sign of Brooklyn’s gangster uncle’s bar. The ceiling spotlight is cutting a shining cone through the darkly curling smoke revealing Lenny, a rat-pack crooner, seated at the piano playing and singing One for My Baby. He turns toward Brooklyn and gives her an electrifying look ... more
  • The Alchemyst's Mirror

    by Liz Delton
    Petra and Maisie Everturn just want to run their family’s tea shop, but when their explorer brother Jiordan goes missing while looking for an alchemycal artifact, none of them are safe. The sisters must enlist the help of another explorer in order to find Jiordan or the artifact—before the mysterious alchemyst society finds them first. However, when one of the sisters stumbles into the clutches of the most dangerous alchemyst in the city, the race to unravel the clues becomes desperate. An... more
  • Tower of the Four: The Champions Academy

    by Todd Fahnestock
    The Collector knocked upon Brom’s door‪…‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬ ... told him he was chosen. Was this the chance of a lifetime or a death sentence?‬‬‬ ‪Being chosen meant Brom could learn magic at the Champions Academy, something only the most talented were selected to do.‬ So Brom took The Collector’s hand and left his family behind.‬‬‬‬‬‬‬ ‪But when he arrived at the school, he discovered the truth. He must form a Quad. Bonding with three violent classmates was the one path to magic…‬‬‬‬‬‬‬ ‪..... more
  • The Other Worlds trilogy

    by S K Holder

    TRIDAN ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS THE OTHER WORLDS: where the realms of science-fiction and fantasy collide...


    Book One (The Quest of Narrigh: currently in rewrite

    Book Two (The Plague of Pyridian) completed

    Book Three (The Chancellor of Odisiris) in progress

  • Tales from the Dark Side of the Mind

    by Anthony DiBruno
    In this collection of short stories, there are many twists and turns. Some have a science-fiction theme, some are horror, but there is one thing all these stories have in common: the endings are unexpected and intense.
  • Two Girls Save the World

    by Jil Richardson

    Emma and Zoe are two best friends who would die for each other and may have to. On a visit to the Day of the Dead celebration in Mexico City they get swept up into a conflict between rival factions who will do anything to retrieve an object of power that has fallen into their hands. This story blends international intrigue and the supernatural into a compelling mix of thrills, chills and non-stop action.

  • The Sunlit Curse

    by J. B. Spector
    When twelve-year-old Prince Thomas de Thorodan gets magically whisked away to a strange new land, he has three things on his mind: Break the curse, find a way home . . . and don't drown!Thomas's world gets flipped upside down literally when he becomes cursed by a spell that changes him into a merboy during the day and back into a human at night. Forced to live in a strange world ruled by the Tides, Thomas must quickly learn to swim with a tail while also steering clear of dangerous sharks as wel... more
  • Murdeth: Varseth's Fate

    by M. El

    Varseth Crissil is a young man scorned. His father, the newly appointed king, took everything from him: leaving Varseth with a wound so deep that it can only be healed by his father’s death. Yet, fear clung to Varseth’s body and soul, binding his will to fight back.

    Varseth’s father launched a campaign of terror across the continent, slaughtering anyone who refused to bend the knee. Even those who submit to his rule live as second-class citizens, constantly oppressed, ... more

  • Untethered

    by Damon May
    Ghosts need energy from the living. Their Elders keep ghosts Tethered where they died. Mira cuts her Tether... then a few more. Now the Elders are out to end her afterlife.
  • The Child of Chaos

    by Glen Dahlgren

    Gold Medal Winner of the 2021 Readers' Favorite Award for YA Epic Fantasy

    Nothing can break the stranglehold the gods of Order have on the world . . . except a roll of the dice.

    An irresistible longing drags young Galen to an ancient vault where, long ago, the gods of Order locked Chaos away. Chaos promises power to the one destined to liberate it, but Galen's dreams warn of dark consequences.

    He isn't the only one racing to the vault, h... more

  • Scaled

    by J.T. Ashmore
    A meteor explodes over the Midwest, and teens exposed to the fragments break out in a rash of glittering scales. Among the affected are a homophobic bully, an honor student, and a witty gay guy. Zack, Hilde, and Silas overcome their initial antagonism to form an unlikely alliance. As the scales spread over their bodies, they must work together to combat their self-loathing, accept their alienness, and escape the forces bent on crushing them.
  • Phoebe Douse: Secret Society for Special Abilities and Artefacts

    by L. Samuels
    Grandmother Naan's superstitious stories seem too peculiar and childish to Phoebe Douse. But when surprising and unfortunate circumstances in Texas lead her to accept a timely invitation to attend a remote boarding school, thousands of miles away in Scotland, Phoebe finds that everything is not what she made herself believe. Unwittingly, Phoebe is thrown onto the stage of power and danger as events unfold that reveal the extent of her abilities and Naan s connection to the school. There, Phoebe ... more