Eden Rising

by Andrew Cunningham

Ben and Lila are two ordinary teenagers forced to rise to extraordinary heights when faced with a world that has suddenly and inexplicably died.

Dealing with the sorrow of all they have lost, but the love they have found in each other, they set off on an odyssey that will bring them to the limits of human endurance and face to face with the frailty of their very existence.

From the extreme violence of many of the surviving humans toward one another to a world physically falling apart at the seams, Ben and Lila are determined to make it through the devastation in their quest for a place to quietly share their life together.

But in their own fight for survival, they become reluctant folk heroes to others who are desperately in search of hope in this strange new world.

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Category: Science Fiction – Post-Apocalyptic

Agent Dark

by Lane Mason

Kat Dark didn’t believe in demons.

Not until she woke up with one trying to kill her. But now she knows the truth. The paranormal world is real and all sorts of weird magical beings like vampires, elves, werewolves not only exist but live among us. In fact, she is one of those weird paranormal beings.

Now with the help of her new friends in the Magical Bureau of Investigation she’ll learn how to use her magical powers and hopefully survive the next attack.

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Category: Fantasy – Paranormal & Urban

Strange Tidings

by James Stein

Music & Magic rock!

The apocalypse didn’t arrive with nuclear war or a plague of zombies, just a quiet virus that sterilized most everyone and put humanity’s future in jeopardy. Fifty years later, seventeen-year-old Ed Johnson plies his musical talents in New Philadelphia, jumping at the chance to help launch a coworker’s band. But Quinn, their beautiful bassist, is inexplicably cold toward him, and other strange things are afoot.

In spite of a growing unease, Ed shrugs off being stalked by a crazy, old Native American and a frightening crone. But when nightmare creatures threaten his sister, Ed discovers he is bound to the strangers. To get out of this mess, he must enlist the help of his friends and Quinn, who harbors her own dark secret.

But there is little time for Ed to discover the true power of music and save them, himself, and perhaps the future of the human race.

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Category: Fantasy – Paranormal & Urban

Priestess of Ishana

by Judith Starkston

A curse, a conspiracy and the clash of kingdoms. A defiant priestess confronts her foes, armed only with ingenuity and forbidden magic.

A malignant curse from the Underworld threatens Tesha’s city with fiery devastation. The young priestess of Ishana, goddess of love and war, must overcome this demonic darkness. Charred remains of an enemy of the Hitolian Empire reveal both treason and evil magic. Into the crisis, King Hattu, brother of the Great King, arrives to make offerings to Ishana, but conceals his true mission. As connection sparks between Hattu and Tesha, the Grand Votary accuses Hattu of sorcery. Isolated in prison, Hattu depends on Tesha to uncover the conspiracy against him. Unfortunately, the Grand Votary is Tesha’s father, an unyielding man, and now her worst enemy. To help Hattu, she risks destroying her father as she pursues justice over dark forces arrayed against her.

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Category: Fantasy – Historical

Olde Robin Hood

by Kate Danley


Exiled for an unjust crime and forced to use whatever means necessary to survive, a figure of hope emerges from Sherwood Forest.

But what most people know about Robin Hood (the enemy of Prince John and nobleman loyal to King Richard) was an invention of a playwright nearly three hundred years after Robin Hood died.

However, there are older stories about the real Robin Hood.

USA Today bestselling author Kate Danley weaves the original 13th century ballads, Robin Hood traditions passed down through ancient pagan rites, and historical evidence together into a swashbuckling epic fantasy. Enter a world of adventure and chivalry as you discover the man behind the myth, as you meet the Olde Robin Hood.

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Category: Fantasy – Historical

NASA’s 1st Mission to Mars – For What?!!!

by Michael and Danny D’Agostino

“A spellbinding mix of drama, sci-fi, and humor, delivered in a style that is inimitable, and featuring awesome characters on a rollicking ride to Mars and back.”

Penniless, flat broke, sleeping in a cardboard box in a tent city on the South Side of Chicago, this formerly undistinguished man, Stanley Marczek, becomes the first man to walk on Mars. How is it possible? The capacity to survive in a confined space, for months, on the journey to Mars is one clue. He accepts NASA’s offer, seeing it as an opportunity to remake his life, earn a cool three million bucks, and return to Earth a hero. But when the mission is complete, he publicly questions the wisdom of all manned missions to Mars, to the embarrassment of NASA. On this adventure, you’ll experience the challenge and all the excitement of a real Mars landing and visit by Man.

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Category: Science Fiction – Adventure

The Island Builders

by Steve Peek

The new islands popped into existence. Civilization ground to a halt. No disease, no zombies, no alien invaders, at least not what we imagined. It was a land rush for 8 billion people.
This mind-bending novel follows Alex Gamble, a ridiculed physicist who knows the truth, Stephanie Hart, a stunning TV reporter determined to follow the wheels falling off our world, and two terrifying, brutal killers embrace the world’s end and claim authority to do what they want. Those left on Earth fight for survival during the rapid self-destruction of the modern world. A novel that haunts your imagination.

“The most original story in decades.”
“Delightfully frightening mix of Stephen King and Douglas Adams.”
”It grabbed me from the first sentence and kept me going until the last.”

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Category: Science Fiction – Dystopian

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