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  • Dragonsoul

    by Kayl Karadjian
    Littlehorn is the last dragon, born into a world that wants him dead. The dragon's blue scales and orange eyes are a stark contrast to the dull gray around him. The sky is gray. The ground is gray. Everything is gray, even the skin, eyes, and hair of every other living creature, including humans. When Denyth, a simple farmer dreaming of a world of color beyond the gray encounters Littlehorn, the two set out on a journey to find the truth of where Littlehorn came from and if there truly is a wo... more
  • Hope's Melody

    by Jeanna Kunce
    Eight-year-old Abigail is torn about whether to continue public school or go to music school. While she loves singing, playing her ukulele, and writing songs, she isn't sure she is ready to make such a big change. If she chooses music school, will she make new friends? Will she be good enough? Before she can decide, she wakes to find that her favorite stuffed animal has come to life and needs to go on a quest to find his lost friends who are tied to the magic of children's imaginations. If th... more
  • Fenicus Flint & the Dragons of Berathor

    by C.W.J. Henderson
    Fenicus Flint, a gold dragon, is frustrated by life in Berathor Valley; not only does his personal tormentor harass him on a daily basis, but it appears as though his parents have forgotten all about his 109th hatching day celebration. While these trivialities feel like an unbearable weight bearing down upon the young dragon, they are nothing compared to the turmoil and responsibility that are soon thrust upon him. After Fenicus awakens from a terrible accident that leaves him injured and unable... more
  • Miles Away: Time Crisis Saga Book One (Edited for Young Readers)

    by C.W.J. Henderson

    TODAY NEVER HAPPENED. TOMORROW IS GONE. YESTERDAY IS A NEW DAY. Miles Draven blames his birth parents for the problems in his life: classmates who torment him, seventeen years of rejection by foster families, and interminable loneliness. Despite his anger, he clings to an old photograph of his parents and two engraved, marble-sized glass orbs they entrusted to him the night of his birth—the same night they abandoned him. Miles hopes these objects will one day lead him back to his family... more

  • Revolution of the Changed: Book 2 in the Redemption Series

    by Angelique Anderson
    The second book in the Redemption series comes to you with more action, more betrayal... And the continuing battle of good against evil. This time, Evie and Case are attacked and left for dead... With their fate resting in the 'Hunter's' hands... Will they live to defeat him? Or perish in his clutches? Find out in "Revolution of the Changed." Whose side will you be on?
  • Redemption Of The Changed: Book One In The Redemption Series

    by Angelique Anderson
    Evie never really thought about how fragile life truly was, nor how quickly it could be taken from her. One fateful day changes all that as her entire world is destroyed. A man deemed The Hunter bent on destruction, decimates Evies entire village leaving nothing but fragmented pieces for her to pick up. In the shards of what is left is Evies best friend, who bestows on Evie words that will quite literally change her life. As Evie runs from her village into her new identity, part animal and part ... more
  • Realms of Edenocht

    by DS Johnson
    A long time ago, four relics were created to have immense power. The Shadow sought after the power that could make it immortal. The relics were hidden to keep them safe, but no one could imagine what would happen. A young war wizard would into the world as a blessing but would he be a curse instead. Shazmpt has been prepared his whole life to complete the prophecy; however until recently, he was unaware of his true identity as a powerful war wizard. Hidden on an island in a time realm not his o... more
  • Piper Houdini Apprentice of Coney Island

    by Glenn Herdling
    A supernatural adventure about a young orphan in the 1920s who learns she is the niece of the legendary escape artist, Harry Houdini. Filled with a cast of true historical characters, occult figures, and sideshow freaks, this spine-tingling tale will appeal to readers who enjoy urban fantasy as much as a jaunt on the Wonder Wheel.
  • Wingless (Hollow Mountain Butterfly Book 2)

    by Better Hero Army
    Gargoyle ghost hunter cadets Tiffany and Hedika embark on a harrowing journey across the blighted landscape of the Endless See hoping to find Tiffany's missing mentor, but their destination holds secrets that some are willing to do anything to protect and the two girls find themselves used as pawns in a battle between the leaders of their homeland and the forgotten sanctuary of Freefall.
  • Piper

    by G. Gene Black
    The author presents his debut fantasy where Timothy Rags, a modern-day detective, falls in love with the past. While in Thymes, c.1712, he discovers the tale of Piper and Kaprina who grow up in the wild as young orphans. Set during the golden age of piracy, it's a time when the advent of the printing press created a society where those who controlled stories possessed great wisdom and power over others. In the first act, the printing of storytelling had come to the countryside and village ... more
  • The Pirates of Bair Island

    by Susan Katherine Rits
    What if it turned out that your grandfather invented time travel, your parents were airship pilots, and your aunt was a pirate? When Chloe and Bella lose their parents in a terrible time-traveling disaster, they’re shipped off to their last remaining relative. Auntie Sue seems to be a very old woman living on a very dirty boat. But not everything is what it seems. Little do they know that the boat is a famous pirate ship, and their aunt the infamous Disastrous Pirate Sue. The girls and the... more
  • Finding Moana

    by James Halemanu

    A boy. A Haunted Island. A Time Bending Quest.

    13-year-old Moana fights the cannibals who hunt him and the sinister power growing within him. 

    The Island. When cannibals invade his island and destroy his village, Moana is saved by the anukus, a mysterious race of mountain dwellers. What ensues is a thrilling journey through the wondrous anuku world of subterranean caves and tunnels. What powerful force beneath the island is threatening the laws of time?
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  • The Sky Drifter

    by Paris Singer
    Wandering the vastness of space is the Sky Drifter; an academy reserved for the best students in the known universe. Seven is such a student, gifted in strategy and Sphere. Living happily on board with his friends Iris and Pi, Seven takes on his rival and visits planets for exploration and competition. Everything is the way he likes it, until he sees a mysterious girl in a red coat, who reveals to him a secret that will bring everything he thought he knew crashing down around him.
  • The Skull Collector

    by Paris Singer
    In a world where children are exploited, monsters are saviors, and dark magic is constantly at play, a little girl will go to any lengths to be reunited with her lost ones. After the disappearance of her parents, a heartbroken child is sold to the Doll Maker, who promises to retrieve them. In return, she is to travel from cemetery to cemetery, unearthing graves and collecting skulls. While doing so, she must avoid the Violinist and his crows, who are determined to steal the skulls she has pai... more
  • I'll Rescue You

    by M.T. Thomas
    Even after 40 years, Earth is ready; ready for another attempted invasion. Join our characters as they travel the world in order to save it. Experience growth and self-realization with Apollo as events open his eyes to see beyond what he had always thought was true. Does his home planet and species truly have the right to invade and acquire other worlds? Half-sisters Belle and Teneille must find a way back to each other while facing alien forces and overwhelming obstacles. Enemies become friends... more
  • Chemistry (Stella Blunt Book 1)

    by C. L. Lynch

    Winner of the 2017 IndieReader Discovery Awards (Humor)

    Stella Blunt’s world is ending.

    Her parents have dragged her across the country, and she has to start over in a new school. Th is is a big problem, because she doesn’t make friends easily: she’s large, she’s loud, and she doesn’t suffer fools gladly.

    The only person who likes her is the cute geek in her Chemistry class. He’s a great listener, he’s smart at science, and he loves ... more