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  • The Stronghold

    by Sebastian Bendix
    18-year-old Bowie is the envy of his peers; the sharpest eye with a rifle, deadly as a viper in hand-to-hand combat, and set to marry the prettiest girl around. Papa Byrne, leader of the Fort Thunder militia, has high hopes for this rising star, sees him as the heir apparent to their Pacific Northwest island stronghold. That all changes when a plane crashes into the island. Its sole survivor is Alexis, an exotic young woman who looks nothing like the fair-skinned people back at the Fort. Bowi... more
  • The Ammolite Adventures: Bluestone (Volume 1)

    by C.E. Johnson
    Emily Whayne thought she was a normal teenager being raised by a typical family on Earth until one day everything that defined her past came crashing down. Her godfather sent her on a secretive hunt for clues and each revelation unraveled more of the puzzling otherworldly mysteries of her existence. As she is backed into a corner by government teams, Emily learns her budding blue magician powers and her mind-linked Doberman bondsmate are the only truths that she can rely on. She ultimately will ... more
  • The Runestone Guardians Book I

    by A.L. Exley
    Three teenagers must learn to become heroes when the magic that controls their kingdom is threatened.
  • TRAZER: KIDS OF STOLEN TOMORROW (Trazer Series Book 1)

    by Joseph O. Adegboyega-Edun
    It’s the year 93 O.O., and Dara Adeleye is a student with a bright future and her life figured out. That is, until a chance encounter with a mysterious child changes everything. Dara lives in a world shaped by the Miracle of Elegua, an intervention by the gods in the fate of an Earth on the brink of collapse decades before she was born. Exceptionally gifted as an artist, her day-to-day attentions are on excelling in school in order to rise above her lower-class upbringing and raise her friend... more
  • Remembering Majyk (The Skazka Chronicles Book 1)

    by Valia Lind
    Calista Faulkner never believed in fairy tales…until she is thrust into one. While attending a college party, she’s attacked by terrifying creatures straight out of a modern day Dr. Frankenstein’s handbook. Fleeing for her life, she discovers that her human memories are a lie and nothing is what it seems. Calista becomes a target and her only chance of survival is to trust the mysterious Brendan Parnell. He seems to know all of her secrets, even those she doesn’t remember herself. Togethe... more
  • Handler

    by Tish Thawer
    Our world was perfect––until we broke the law: Don't go out at night. Utopian by day, dystopian by night; this is the world I recently discovered. I now struggle with the fact that our whole society has been based on a lie. There's only one way to change it––conquer the darkness we've all been raised to fear. Live the lie; fight to the death; become a Handler. It's the only way. A sci-fi/dystopian novel.
  • Fox in the City

    by Daniel Cabrera
    This is the story of a fox–a fox named Tom. A fox who couldn’t in his wildest dreams imagine what it would be like to stand up on two. To behold and experience all the wonders of the world of man. The lights that light up the ground: The hum of the engines that roar and the fervor that engulfs everyone in the impassioned pursuit of happiness. Could he understand that the most amazing part is not in what we built?
  • Secrets of The Tally

    by HALIE FEWKES

         Meet Allie: she's just woken up in an empty forest with blood on her hands and everything she's ever known wiped from her mind. In her survival-oriented world, people are hunted by vicious predators and it quickly becomes clear that they are specifically hunting her. 
         Allie's friends and sister have no insight as to why she's a target, and her only clue is a list of tally marks she finds tucked away, detailing how many lives sh... more

  • Looking for Dei

    by David A. Willson
    Fifteen-year-old Nara Dall has never been good at keeping secrets. Yet it seems that her life has been filled with them, from the ugly scar on her back to the strange powers she possesses. Her mysterious adoptive father refuses to say anything about her origins, and soon, she and her best friend must attend the announcement ceremony, in which youths are tested for a magical gift. A gifted youth has not been announced in the poor village of Dimmitt for decades. When Nara uncovers the reason, s... more
  • Hell to Pay

    by Daisy Ozouwain
    King Tomparo, the strong and beloved leader of Oyuda, believes that lust, greed, envy, and betrayal have no place in his kingdom. But others do not believe the same. When the king is betrayed by his brother and sister-in-law, his eldest daughter, Kenya, is the first to pay the price. In order to save her, Tomparo enters into a pact with the goddess Hel, the oracle of his clan. It is a bargain that will have a lasting impact for generations to come. Through a strange series of events, Kenya fi... more
  • G.A.A.K: Groovy Ass Alien Kreatures

    by Darryl Hughes
    When aliens from outer space lead by the kooky Jim Carrey like alien Gakk and his army of ACME Instant Alien Kreatures invade a small suburban town called Eden'sVille and hatch a fiendish plot to conquer the earth and meet the original cast of "Star Trek", four misfit teens (geeky Zach, tomboyish Jemmy, wisecracking Chubs, and nerdy Plato) defend their small town and the world from invasion and show the aliens that the kids of america don't take crap from nobody--And no body snatchers, either!!!
  • The Spirit of Christmas Room

    by Linda Yianolatos
    While having fun, a valuable lesson is learned in the seventh book of the “Crystal City” series. Carmella and Sam, both ten years old, and Max who is eight years old, are best friends who just happen to be cousins. With the help of an unlikely friend who can fly, they visit different places to see how others celebrate Christmas. After that, they fly up above the clouds to a city made of crystals. This is the seventh adventure the children have had in Crystal City. On this visit, Carmella’s lit... more
  • The Bubble Room

    by Linda Yianolatos
    While having fun, a valuable lesson is learned in the sixth book of the “Crystal City” series. Carmella and Sam, both ten years old, and Max who is eight years old, are best friends who just happen to be cousins. With the help of an unlikely friend who can fly, they go up above the clouds to a city made of crystals. This is the sixth adventure the children have had in Crystal City. On this visit, Carmella’s little three-year old sister, Clara, goes with them for the first time. At the Silver b... more
  • The "No Lifeguard" Room

    by Linda Yianolatos
    While having fun, a valuable lesson is learned in the fifth book of the “Crystal City” series. Carmella and Sam, both eight years old, and Max who is six years old, are best friends who just happen to be cousins. With the help of an unlikely friend who can fly, they go up above the clouds to a city made of crystals. This is the fifth adventure the children have had in Crystal City. On this visit, their grandmother joins them. At the Orange building, they are met by a beautiful lady who is very... more
  • The Kids Only Room

    by Linda Yianolatos
    While having fun, a valuable lesson is learned in the fourth book of the “Crystal City” series. Carmella and Sam, both seven years old, and Max who is 5 years old, are best friends who just happen to be cousins. With the help of an unlikely friend who can fly, they go up above the clouds to a city made of crystals. This is the fourth adventure the children have had in Crystal City. On this visit, they are told to bring their parents. Once there, they are met by a beautiful lady who appears to ... more

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