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by P. G. Shriver
An unusual encounter. A destined connection. Two superhuman teens in over their head...
San Antonio, Texas. Thirteen-year-old Cheater isn't sure how she ended up wanted for murder. Burdened with a power she doesn't understand, that's triggered by a creeping darkness she can't remember, she's both saved and taken lives. But when she makes a vigilante move to stop a mugging, she encounters a boy who might be the key to cracking the mystery of her stran... more
by K.A. CumminsIf someone you loved vanished in a haunted warehouse, would you go in after them? Jill Baker's brother disappears during a haunted Halloween tour. She's convinced something sinister lurks in the dark, behind the masks and costumes. As her options to uncover the truth dwindle, Jill must be willing to face her fear if she hopes to find her brother. A young adult sci-fi horror short.
by Christopher GalvinMary Scully is a bright, caring and kind twelve year old girl. She is also lonely, often relying upon her parents for company. That is until she discovers her imaginary friend, Mr Socks, who offers her love and support. But Mary's loneliness echoes out into another world. And the other world responds. A puppet theatre appears in her bedroom. And Mary's world will never be the same again.
by Peter A. Schoemann
Genesis (The first of eight serials that recount the origin of Project RM) - Abducted with his dream girl. Paralyzed by shyness. The only chance of escape? Talk to her. 16-year old Joseph Solomon has spent two years as genius assistant to Professor Drucker and the same two years too shy to talk to beautiful co-assistant Laurel Lyons. Now, at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis, Drucker abducts his young mentees and plans to run the United States’ blockade in the Caribbean. Can J... more
by Peter A. Schoemann
The Storm almost extinguished our species. Now these obedient teens must learn to rebel to save humanity. 17 years after billions die in an apocalypse, the few hundred survivors are the most brilliant (Renaissance men and women, called RMs) and their less brilliant, obedient children. What will happen when a small band of the teenagers, led by the president’s subservient son (Matthew Cane) and loner Sophie Jackson, learn the truth about their harmonious society?
by Grace HarneyAnnie Murphy can sometimes tell the future. It’s the past she has trouble with. When her brother’s witch-girlfriend goes missing days after an invocation ritual, Annie has every reason to suspect him. But he says he didn’t do it, and Annie isn’t about to send another innocent man in her family to jail. When a confrontation with her brother Johnny turns violent, Annie flees into the worst blizzard to hit the area in years. Led by her Sight, she arrives at a rundown inn where she meets Cro... more
by M. Jonathan JonesMoanna Morgan went to the ends of the Earth to find her brother – she found the end of the world. The Tethys Federation is under attack. For ten years there has been peace. For ten years, the Tethy-ans believed that they alone ruled under the waves. They were wrong. Beyond the Frontier, hostile forces are preparing for war. Pioneers and Colonists are afraid. Tensions are running high. Old divisions have never healed. Scattered throughout the Colonies, the seeds of destruction have already ... more
by M. Jonathan JonesMoanna Morgan had never seen the sky. No-one from the Tethys Colonies had, not for a thousand years. Not since the Old Earth died and the world of Thalassa was born, a new world beneath the waves. Submarines sank all the time out in aqua incognita, beyond the Federation Frontier, and Moanna’s brother had been dead for nearly a year. But was the wreck that was found really his? And if not, where did he go, and who would fake it? A chance discovery sends Moanna on a journey into the unknown. ... more
by Bernette Sherman
Amarilla Goldlock was taught the important lessons of how to survive in the enchanted forest with the help of her wolf, fairy godmother, and magic. Most importantly, she was taught to never leave.
Fueled by revenge and a need to survive, Amarilla braves leaving the enchanted forest and the only home she's ever known. Despite not knowing the truth about herself, she braves a new world that magically opens up to her. In order to survive, she must learn to trust herself an... more
by Malgosia KrolA story about space adventure, friendship and farts! Quest-terrestrials explore life and celebrate it with others, no matter where you come from.
by GINA DETWILERA girl. A half-human boy. A fallen angel. A curse. Grace Fortune and her friends help Jared Lorn remove the curse of his birth by killing a demon, who happens to be his father.
by Connie PeckKia has waited for this moment for most of her life, her bonding ceremony with her four best friends which will unite them as sisters for life. But at the height of the beautiful ceremony, her village is attacked and destroyed. One sister is lost, another critically injured, and likely no others survived the blast. Her only hope is to lead her small family across the badlands in search of a mythical jewel of promise; a legend hardly anyone believes anymore. She must force herself to trust, and c... more
by R.S. Burghardt
Thomas is having a crisis of faith. His wife and daughter are dead, and his son, Adam’s, physical and emotional scars run deep. Why would God let this happen to him? He doesn’t know. What he does know is that the girl that he’s just met isn’t human—and she needs his help . . . An otherworldly general wants his experiment back, and he’ll do whatever it takes to get her. To keep Nina safe, Thomas will have to pass her off as human. But human girls must go to ... more
by Laura AnderAspen Pacific, a seventeen-year-old not-so-average girl, and her younger sister Ragan are determined to find the legendary Seraph, an immortal, medieval alchemist that resides in the furthest reaches of the mystical world of Ragnfrid-Taron. He is rumored to be one of the most ancient, all-powerful alchemists, and he is the sisters’ only hope for learning the craft. Shrouded in naiveté and ignorance, Aspen must learn the whirlwind of truths and discover the many hidden secrets that exist in this ... more
by Ellie Collins
How difficult is it for new middle-schooler D.J. to be honest with her friends? Could the Greek Goddess of Spring possibly find a way to help?
D.J. and her dad moved far from the small town and only home she ever knew. Now she’s starting middle school in the city with kids she’s never met. She tries to make friends, but they all appear to be slaves to screen time. D.J. just likes to garden, nurturing plants, watching them grow and thrive. It seems she’ll never find a w... more
by David HeaneyNiles, an aging Yorkie, has led a pampered life with his two loving owners and knows nothing of death. When his new friend Nathaniel, an inquisitive fruit rat, shares the puzzling tale of a family burying a “sleeping” cat, Niles’s life begins to change. Another neighborhood critter, an eccentric possum called Leach, explains to the two befuddled creatures that the cat wasn’t simply sleeping—it was dead. Shaken by this revelation, Niles and Nathaniel decide they need to do something meaningful... more