by Nicole R. Taylor
A lost woman tied to a prophecy of death may be the Druids only chance at finally finding peace in Scotland. . . or the key to giving the forces of evil the power they need to rule over everything. Druids and Fae go head to head in this gripping fantasy saga!
The Orb and the Airship
by Jenelle Leanne Schmidt
A rogue airship captain. An ambitious youth. A clash of powers beyond their imagination.
With scholarships to a prestigious military school, Grayden and Wynn are thirsty for adventure. But the night before they leave, they discover the mysterious Dalmir and his arcane orb in the forsaken tower outside of town. The old man, who seems to have a wealth of knowledge of what came before and yet so little of the now, insists on accompanying them as they travel to the academy.
Meanwhile, all pirate Captain Marik wants is to keep to the skies, take his due, and care for his crew. Then a straightforward pillaging mission on a ship of fresh academy students leads to betrayal from one of his own and an unlikely friendship forged by necessity.
Yet this new alliance stirs up ancient foes and a conflict too terrible to ignore.
Category: Fantasy – New Adult & College
Cut From Stone
by Brendan O’Meara
In a time of perceived peace, the Federation is tossed into a state of unprecedented action when it drafts teenagers to protect against an emerging threat in the BlankZone. Finding himself in a world where order attempts to govern chaos and fear, James, a 17-year-old living in the Federation, is selected to become a lethal warrior. Join him and his friends as they uncover the secrets of the Federation. Together they will learn more about the BlankZone, themselves, and the world in which they live as they undergo trials only the elite can endure.
Category: Science Fiction – Dystopian
THE PROMETHEUS EFFECT
by DAVID FLEMING
Deep in the Nevada desert…
…lies a secret futuristic world.
Would Jack’s technology save humankind?
It started with Jack’s epiphany, but he feared it was a power too great. All around the globe, the oil reserves are dangerously low. Superpowers brace for battle over what remains.
Should Jack share his energy solution?
He thinks it’s too dangerous.
The power potential is as important as Prometheus discovering fire and giving it to man. There must be a way to use what he knows, but he’s conflicted. Maybe the brilliant mind of Mykl can solve the puzzle?
Mykl is five.
Is the answer worth the cost?
You’ll love this Dystopian Science Fiction, because the world building is brilliant, the technology is fascinating, and the story keeps you turning pages. And don’t be fooled…
…this isn’t for kids.
Category: Science Fiction – Dystopian
by James David Victor
Keel Hennity was one of the greatest gladiators in the universe. And then he was assigned to guard the most dangerous creatures on the planet. And then he died, and his life truly began. When Keel’s consciousness was downloaded into the robotic body of an Imperial Marine, he was tasked with protecting the emperor and controlling the incredibly dangerous creature that ended his first life. Can Keel unlock the secrets of Star Dragons and protect the galaxy from a dragon-human war that could end life as we know it?
Category: Science Fiction – Galactic Empire
by Gary Jonas
Death by dark magic
As soon as I get over my ex, her father hacks her mother apart with a sword.
She hires me to prove dark magic was involved. Hey, it’s what I do as a paranormal investigator, so I get why she thinks I can help.
But my secretary, Esther, a ghost from the 1920s flapper era, and Kelly Chan, my magically engineered protector, are dead-set against me getting involved. With all the deadly magic flying around, they may have a point.
Because the sad truth is, I don’t have any magic of my own.
Category: Fantasy – Paranormal & Urban
Saint Dorian and the Witch
by Michael Raship
The rumors say that a saint is walking the earth, a boy named Dorian whose flute can work miracles. When tales of Dorian reach the remote mountain monastery where the young monk Bartholomew serves in the honored position of librarian, he puts all his faith in vague rumors and leaves the only home he has ever known in order to serve the child saint. With Dorian’s enemies in pursuit, he makes a bargain with a gifted witch girl who promises to keep him safe in exchange for obscure facts of natural science and philosophy that only a librarian would know. Yet when Bartholomew reaches his journey’s end and is about to play his part in Dorian’s grand designs, it suddenly seems to him that his proper place is on the other side, as an ally to the child saint’s enemies and as a rebel against heaven.