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  • Ember Burning

    by Jennifer Alsever
    Ember Trouve is grieving over her parents' tragic death when she becomes entangled with a forest teaming with urban legends of strange disappearances and witchcraft. Once she enters the forest, she must confront the truth behind her parents' death or lose herself to the forest forever.
  • Squint & Rocket

    by Corbett Buchly
    When partners and unlikely friends, Captain Ishmael Squint and Rashomon Rocket, cross paths with an old enemy, it’s time to take flight in the Captain’s airship and track down the lost treasures of ancient civilizations – before evil gets there first. Check out this fun, family-friendly 1930’s pulp-style adventure for courageous young readers 7 to 12.
  • Outcast Shadows

    by Rose Corcoran
    Airships, experiments, immortal beasts—a maid’s work is never done! After being betrayed by a goblin they thought was an ally, Bostwick and Emmaline must help Queen Delilah collect pieces of the map of Styx, which lie scattered across the globe. Aided by a flying machine, they encounter corrupt dictators, clumsy goat girls, immortal beasts, and—most frightening of all—a love potion gone horribly wrong. Meanwhile, Millicent finds herself in the mysterious, black-and-white city of Chiaroscur... more
  • Miscast Spells

    by Rose Corcoran
    Mad bombers, matchmaking, magic spells—what's a butler to do? Meet Bostwick von Dogsbody, a sardonic door-to-door magician, and his white rabbit, Emmaline, who just happens to be a cursed human princess. The two are traveling through the goblin-run continent of Ataxia in search of the legendary Domino of Nonpareil—a mask that allows the wearer to become anything he desires—in order to return Emmaline to normal. Their journey has finally led them to Styx Castle, where they meet Millicent, a huma... more
  • The Fantastic Flatulent Fart Brothers Go to the Moon!: A Spaced Out SciFi Adventure That Truly Stinks

    by M.D. Whalen

    Would you trust these guys with a space ship?

    Willy and Peter need to get as far as possible from their sister’s dumb kindergarten pageant. But they never expected to be blasting their butts into space! There they make a disgusting discovery that could wipe out the Moon in one gross stink bomb.

    Do they have enough gas in their guts to repel an alien invasion from Uranus? Can farts alone rocket them back to earth? And how did their sister’s hamster get ... more

  • Stanley Swanson - Breed of a Werewolf

    by S.K. Ballinger
    olume one, ‘Breed of a Werewolf’ - Stanley Swanson believes that war one day will happen of the creatures of the night but involve humans. He reaches out to a retired journalist 'Kain' in hopes that if he shares the secrets with him of both Werewolf and Vampires, that if a war does occur that humans will join sides with the Breed of Werewolf. Kain is then taken on a journey as he and 'Stanley' become very close and a friendship is made quickly as Kain agrees to write the journal.  When the kn... more
  • White Raven: Flight of the Raven

    by J.R. Wilson

    When Ava moves with her family to an old mysterious house she discovers that everything is not what it seems. She wakes one morning to find her family gone and herself turned into a white raven. A curse is placed on her family, by an evil witch, who is set out to destroy them. Will Ava be able to save them and herself?

  • Chrysalis

    by Michael Cummings
    When Anya dies, her daughter Niki inherits a job she didn't know existed - protector of the line between the Seen and the Unseen. But before Niki can start, she wants to know who killed her mother, and why.
  • Legends of Heraldale

    by Brian McNatt
    Legends of Heraldale is a daring new Fantasy Adventure. Galaxy, the hippogryph, lived in relative peace and anonymity in secluded Featheren Valley, until a random act of compassion brought her to the attention of the Unicorn Empire and its dreaded Lord Mordred. Now, home destroyed and on the run, Galaxy must rely on Owain, the unicorn who owes her his life, and Brynjar, her eldest adoptive brother, if she is ever to reunite with the rest of her adoptive family and find a hope of ending the Unico... more
  • A Little Magick

    by Marie Lavender
    Little Rosie goes to stay with her uncle. There she meets some new friends…and some enemies. She doesn’t know that her emotions will trigger something unusual. So far from home, suddenly Rosie has become a full witch like her mother. For a time, it is great fun to use her powers the way she wants, but can Rosie figure out how to use these newfound powers for good or will she be lost to the dark side forever?
  • Twins of Orion: The Book of Keys

    by J Rose
    Abandoned as infants, twins Peter and Rory have never known a real family. While Peter wants nothing more than to escape his abusive adoptive father, Rory struggles to not get kicked out of her twelfth foster home since she was separated from Peter seven years ago. All that changes when magical birds appear offering to help them reunite . . . and return them to the home they never knew. But fate is cruel. They arrive on the planet Inara, on opposing sides of a brutal war. It is up to them to ... more
  • Damsel to the Rescue

    by Kaia Sønderby
    Terrilyn Darkhorse descends from a long line of successful, prince-rescuing damsels. Now that she’s sixteen, she’s expected to uphold the family tradition. But Terri would rather remain at home, tending her garden, perfecting her plant magic, and staying far away from the highly competitive world of damsels. Then the local prince is kidnapped and Terri’s mother makes her an offer: If she rescues the prince, Terri can have the family’s second estate, Trellis, to turn into her own gardens. Ter... more
  • The Ordinary Adventures of Hannah Alexander

    by Kelly Reilly
    Hannah Alexander is an utterly normal, ordinary, nothing-to-see-here kid. Nothing ever happens to her and she doesn't really get into trouble—at least she doesn't mean to get into trouble. And if she did get into any trouble, it most certainly wouldn't be her fault. Especially if she ended up having to chase her grandmother into a magical world to rescue her. Because it's not her fault all this magic stuff is happening, at least Hannah doesn't think so.
  • Changelings: The Rise of Kings

    by KM Sullivan
    Irish teens Maureen O’Malley and Sean McAndrew were lost in time. They fought at the side of a pirate queen and raised the flag of a new nation. They defied the will of the Faerie king and set in motion a revolution which claimed the life of their friend and mentor - which barred them, the last of the Changelings, from Faerie, forever. Or so they thought. Facing expulsion for their misadventures, Maureen and Sean are sent to live with Sean’s aunt, deep in the Scottish Highlands. There, Fa... more
  • Vault of Dreams

    by Luke Taylor
    Albanland. Emerald hills and ice blue lochs, bordered by Nørds raiders and the haughty monarchs of South Angle, each dynasty eager to seize lands weakened by a civil war in which a usurper has risen to seize the cloven throne. Morgance, Faer Princess of the Night. And by her side, the fearsome Ultan Skölhammer, sworn Guardian of the Crown. But Rhoswen, rightful heir to the throne, princess in exile, leads a final uprising from the depths of the forest, an uprising that twists together the liv... more
  • The Supernatural Pet Sitter: The Magic Thief

    by Diane Moat

    Every animal can talk to you. You just have to know how to listen.

    Pepper Neely is better at this than most, especially because she is in charge of pet sitting all the familiars in her neighborhood. A familiar is a pet magically linked to a witch or warlock. As a gnome, Pepper is no stranger to spells and sorcery. She also knows that, despite their special name, familiars aren’t all that different from regular animals. They get anxious when separated from their people, so Pepper u... more

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