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  • Dragon Slayer: Beginnings (The Dragon Slayer Chronicles Book 1)

    by Carey Green
    Dragons have been forgotten, relegated to the realm of legend and myth. But tales of horror circulate among the common people. Rumors of their attacks float on the night wind. They are a fearsome presence that haunts the memories of the old and the nightmares of the young. They are forgotten, but they are not gone. The dragon masters wait, a dark force lurking in the shadows of every land. They will have their opportunity. They will rise. A young boy is stripped violently from his... more
  • Jacob Smith is Incredibly Average

    by Erin Hayes
    Jacob Smith never expected to be chased by aliens. Or to be traveling across the universe to try and save the world. After all, nothing interesting had ever happened to him before. But things change when his mom announces she's expecting another baby. A menacing, black car starts following him, and he meets a dog that seems to be more than man's best friend. Even worse, he finds out that his older brother isn't who he claims to be. Now Jake and his friends are on the run from a race of ali... more
  • The Gatherer

    by Paul Francois

    Riley Johnson was a good soldier and an even better person. He has the old world ways of mannerisms and believes that doing your best is the only way to live. He lives by the golden rule and remembers what his mom taught him about life. He is just your average nice guy and when his choices of doing what is right gets in the way of his superiors, he decides to take matters into his own hands.

    Join Riley Johnson on his missions as he discovers that love is timeless. He will find that foll... more

  • Vanished from Dust

    by Shea Norwood

    A CHILL RUNS THROUGH HIS SKIN AS THE PHANTOM APPEARS. 

    HE SEES THEM EVERYWHERE . . .

    Eric Stark is not insane. Or at least he doesn’t think so. He wishes everyone in Dust, Texas felt the same way. But that’s not going to happen since the whole town thinks he’s crazy. Why didn’t he keep his mouth shut?

    No one understands. Eric is alone as he battles his sanity in a town of tormenters. Suddenly a ne... more

  • The Monsterjunkies an American family odyssey, 'Sanctuary' Book Two 'Sanctuary'

    by Erik Daniel Shein

    A year has passed since the Monsterjunkie family has opened up their mysterious, macabre estate to a few trusted souls. But Crow and his sister Indigo face new challenges, including random acts of cruelty and harassment, a secret trauma that haunts Crow, and a shocking crisis with a close friend as they seek sanctuary in the most unexpected and unusual places. The Monsterjunkies continue their ancestral legacy in the world of cryptozoology, and delight in their quirky, mystical, and charming ... more

  • All for Socks

    by Adam Vickerstaff
    Since the invention of the sock mankind has wondered where they all disappear. That is until Thomas discovers the disappearing sock epidemic. Following his last sock with his sidekick Teddy, they are flung on an adventure through a secret hidden trap door deep under the bed. In a place few children have seen and torn between his own courage and humility, he must pit his wits against the single mindedness of the Sock Herders. But then... "if it don't know you're scared of it, it will be scared of... more
  • Up, Back, and Away

    by Kim Velk
    Miles McTavish, 15, is undersized and inoffensive. He likes old bicycles, new music, and (don’t say it too loud), model railroading. As the only child of wealthy Dallas executives, it appears that a life of trustafarian ease is his birthright. All those expectations are upended, however, the day he is summoned to the hospital bed of his friend (and fellow English three-speed enthusiast), Morgan Davies. Professor Davies has a secret to share: he once was a time traveler. He also has a task for hi... more
  • The Monsterjunkies An American family Odyssey: "Being a normal Family is a State of Mind" (Book One 1)

    by Erik Daniel shein

    Crow Monsterjunkie is a quiet, Goth teen whose looks keep people at bay and make him a target at school. His older sister has found other ways to fit in. His only real friends are the lovable, enchanting creatures on his parents' ancestral estate and his plastic Aurora monster models.

    And he has secrets—too many, in fact, to hold.

    Local suspicions about Crow's European family legacy put his parents' work at risk in the field of cryptozoology while a greed-driven ... more

  • Elemental (The Auri Wars)

    by Emily White
    Night has fallen across the galaxy and Fire rages, uncontrolled. An army marches, killing in the name of their god. A forgotten girl sits alone in a dark cell aboard an interstellar prison ship, traveling through space, never stopping. Until one day. Now the Destructor roams and a prophecy is fulfilled. But the one thing no one expected was that their longed-for savior just might be their own undoing.
  • Almost Night: Tales of Morcah

    by Emily White
    Fourteen-year-old Lilly Grey exists in two worlds at the same time. She just doesn't know it. As the only albino in a million mile radius, Lilly is used to being different. Pink eyes and white hair aren't exactly the best camouflage in the harrowing jungles formally known as high school. And yeah, she's used to being an outcast and seeing the world in a slightly different way, but she never guessed how literally "different" applied to her. Not until a clan of shape-shifting dragons tell he... more
  • Dystopia

    by Janet McNulty
    Imagine living in a world where everything you do is controlled. Book 1 in the Dystopia Trilogy In the distant future the United States has been split into two regions separated by a barren wasteland; this is the country of Dystopia. Here the individual is discouraged, freedom is an illusion, food is rationed, and everything you do is tracked by a chip implanted in your arm. This is Dana Ginary’s world. At age seventeen, people receive their career assignments chosen for them by a gover... more
  • Thane

    by Travis Daniel Bow

    An awkward fletcher's apprentice finds his calling in a brotherhood of elite rebel spies... until he discovers his leader's plot to betray them all.

  • Finding Sage

    by Logan Judy
    Finding Sage is a dystopian story about a future where some people, known as rogues, exhibit supernatural abilities. That’s not a good thing, however, because the global government hunts them down and executes them, imprisons them, or forces them to become assassins. Silas is such a rogue. He lives day by day constantly paranoid about his chances of survival. So when a wide-eyed hobo offers him a solution to his problems, a mysterious man who the U.N. seems desperate to find, he follows, not hav... more
  • A Tale of Witchwood Park

    by S.W. Develin
    Emily Spellmaker is missing. She didn’t return to Witchwood Park Elementary this year and Kendra, the shy little girl she befriended, is heartbroken. Kendra waits alone on the park bench after school each day until the Tuesday a troll walks out of the woods. He chooses Kendra, Jimmy (the school bully), and Daniel (an outcast) to come on a magical journey where they must overcome an evil queen and her Army of the Faceless to free an enslaved land. In the process they learn who they really are and... more
  • Danika's Planet

    by Debbie DiCaprio
    One terrible mistake leads Danika into a world of trouble. She snuck aboard her parent's starship and hid, not wanting to be left behind when her parents left for a ten day test flight. She came out of hiding hoping to surprise her parents, but discovers they and all the rest of the crew had been forcibly removed from the ship. Now, Danika is stranded aboard the starship with seven hostile hijackers and her only goal is to get back to earth and reunite with her family.
  • The Battle for Guiniloupay: Through the Ages of Guiniloupay, Book One

    by Joseph Brown
    Long ago, the guinea pig race lived together in a city on the coast. But when a storm came from the sea, that way of life ended. Now a nomadic culture, they've become experts at finding the best places to live, gather, and thrive. They follow their curiosity to find new lands each season, and those wanderings bring them to an area of rich farmland too enticing to ever leave. They call it Guiniloupay. A few years after they build their new settlement, strangers-a band of penguins from the east-co... more

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