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by Ruth FoxKeira Leichman spent the night of the wild snowstorm that struck Cassidy Heights injured and alone. But what really happened that night? Not even Keira can be sure. What she does know is that she's been having strange dreams since the accident, and she's stuck with a broken ankle and the possibility of never playing soccer again. That is, until she finds Jake's telescope, and is drawn across the bridge of ice to Shar.
by Cady HammerGrace Richardson is a young mortal woman whose only concerns are providing for her family, playing her violin, and spending as much time as possible with her brother, Leo. When Leo goes into service in the Fae’s world as a mercenary, she expects him to return with the honor that he deserves. When Leo suddenly dies in an unspecified accident, not a word, medal, or penny comes down from the higher-ups. Suspecting foul play, Grace disguises herself as a Fae and sneaks into the Upper Realm to get so... more
by Zee GharaOjadili, great warrior of the Madu clan of Atu Kingdom tasked with a heavy burden from birth. He must save both his Kingdom and half-sister, Adi from the impending doom that loomed. "War is coming”, the prophesy foretold—both situations connected and tied to the circumstances surrounding his birth. He is torn between abandoning his clan and defying his warrior chief father, Adol, to save his sister—yet clear on what must be done. Will duty be the cost of love? Or will love cost him—the King... more
by Jonas Samuelle
Not all bad kids have lost their way; some have found their calling. When two young friends sneak out to explore the Phoenix summer nights, they discover more than they'd ever imagined.
Nowhere Park is a haven for troubled kids. On the first night of summer, magic doorways appear in each of the seven cities of the southwest, and all the bastard boys and wild girls come running to answer the call. No adults, no police, no laws can follow them through.
by P.U. Basu
Seven girls have no clue and future in their lives. They hail from different backgrounds. They do not know each other. All of them are looking for an opportunity to break through the struggles of their lives and their minds. Each of them has to reach a destination in their personal lives. Turns out all of them have to take the same road to the destination in the form of different opportunities.
by M. AinihiPicking up from where Lost ended, Endow takes Emily, Amanda, and Kiami on a dangerous trip through the realms. On the world of Sumir, the realms were put into place to keep peace by separating the magical races, but what will happen if those barriers collapse? With a celestial being overseeing a scheme that originated centuries ago, the future of the entire planet rests in their hands—if they are willing to fight for it.
by Emily ApfelI would like to say that when I see you again that I will know you by your face or hair, but that is not the case. I will see you, but not as a male or female. You will appear to me as a person made of molecules. These molecules look like atoms and they start out clear and change color depending on the person's emotions they hold inside. I know that to say they are like atoms is confusing because no one can see atoms with their naked eye. However, this is why I call them atoms. You see, I am ab... more
by L.G. CunninghamThe explosive second book in the Jitters series by L.G. Cunningham is sure to be a hit for fans of Jumanji and Goosebumps. Izzy Miller has grown out of ‘family-game-night’. As a mature and sporty twelve-year-old, playing boring board games with her family is not her idea of a good time. But when her brainiac twin, Noah, discovers an ancient board game and casts the dice, he unknowingly sets off a chain of events that freezes time and leaves the twins with a frightening choice - play or nev... more
by L.G. CunninghamTarantulas, snakes and lizards are no problem whatsoever for 12-year-old animal expert, Archie Jones! But when an unexpected turn of events lead to his annoying sister demanding they take home an innocent golden-plumed parakeet from a creepy animal sanctuary (and its creepy owner), Archie discovers rather quickly that this is not a cute and cuddly bird. Can Archie and his best-leopard-gecko-lizard-friend, Lizzie, return the evil monster bird before it destroys his life? Can the sibling... more
by Anthony PhillipsWelcome to my first illustration book, Phoenix Angel Illustrations. The illustrations in this book will cover two short stories: Spirithawk and Phoenix Angel. The other characters will be from my screenplay Phoenix Prime and Ultimate Weapon. For those who have read my other books, this will finally give you a clear picture of what my characters look like to me. Enjoy.
by Roy BlackstoneA treasure-hunting young boy seeks a relic with the power to defeat dragons. A slave girl breaks her chains and ascends a mountain, unraveling the mystery at the top. Meanwhile, the holy king assembles his legendary cadre of knights - for though the ancient seraphs have returned from the skies, something far more sinister lurks behind the weakening barrier to the north.
by C.C. BolickRena Mason once feared never being able to explore her feelings for Travis. Now she fears not being able to save everyone she cares about. As her fear grows, so does her power. With Travis’s help, she fights to uncover what really happened to her mom, along with the secrets her dad still hides. When a renegade agent puts Rena in the agency’s crosshairs, other agents question their ability to contain her. If she could just figure out how to fly without crashing to the ground, maybe she could c... more
by Michael Shane Leighton
An eleven-year-old orphan never realized just how special he was until he traveled to a distant world and discovered he possessed an extraordinary ability known as the Guild.
Cooper B. spent his entire childhood moving from one orphanage to another until his peculiar caseworker Ms. Pedigree dropped him off at St. Mary’s Academy for the Exceptional Youth.
There, he met his two best friends, and together they embarked on grand adventures to help them e... more
by Carol T. Luna
Ao never believed in monsters—not after being branded one since childhood. Exiled, he lives with his adoptive guardian, Kaisei Aizawa, amidst verdant valleys surrounded by desolation.
Humanity only had themselves to blame for the wretched landscape. Their war poisoned the seas. Their greed coveted the fertile and the green.
Their ambition set it ablaze.
One hundred years had passed since the war banished Talus to the skies. Doomed to chase the sun, the once proud natio... more
by R. E. LaneAre your kiddos ready for the coming FutureTech? Prepare them with Singularity for Baby, a tongue-in-cheek tour through tomorrow's technology. On first view, it is filled with the imaginary slang and bright, happy possibilities of advancing technology. Further examination, with a secondary text (hidden in binary and translated in the back), injects a dose of dark humor into the mix. This is the perfect book for the delightfully eccentric, the proudly nerdy parents, and their growing broods.
by C.K. DonnellyMirana Pinal, just sixteen summers old, knows she’s different. In her homeland of Kinderra, only a small minority of people are born with one of three magical powers—Seeing, Defending, or Healing. Mirana, however, was born with all three, making her a rare Trine, one whose powers can bring peace to the war-ravaged land—or destroy it. Only two other known Trines exist in the current age—Tetric Garis, a hero to Mirana’s people; and the Dark Trine, the ruthless leader of the enemy Ken’nar regime,... more