Call of the Herald

by Brian Rathbone

Wisdom is the reward for surviving our own stupidity.
–Wendel Volker, farmer

Can a teenage girl stand before a nation of enemies? Catrin Volker is as tough as any farm girl, but she’ll need far more than grit and intellect to survive the coming storm. Fortunately Catrin has friends . . . and perhaps a bit of magic.

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Category: Fantasy – Epic

Scharlette Doesn’t Matter and Goes Time Travelling

by Sam Bowring

Ever since Scharlette’s parents gave her a stupid name that no one can pronounce properly, she’s been stuck in a bit of a rut.

She hates her dead-end job as a security guard at the airport, she lives alone in a shoebox apartment she will never pay off, and to make it all worse, it’s been ten years since her sister, Jenelope, was killed by an exploding sandwich press, and no one seems to care.

Then, at her security gate, a handsome time traveller named Tomothy is attacked through wormholes by snipers from the future, and drops a strange device that lets the wearer communicate with their past self.

As Scharlette gets caught up in a battle between time agents, she learns that she was never going to do anything important with her life, so she has no impact on the timeline whatsoever – and thus she is free to travel time and space and have amazing adventures with heedless abandon.

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Category: Science Fiction – Time Travel

Highland Raven

by Melanie Karsak

Destined to become Queen of Scotland.

Bound by blood to the Celtic gods.

Scotland, 1026–Descendant of the line of MacAlpin, Gruoch should have been born into a life of ease. But fate is fickle. Her father’s untimely death, rumored to have been plotted by King Malcolm, leaves her future uncertain and stained by the prophecy that she will avenge her family line.

Escaping to one of the last strongholds of the old Celtic gods, Gruoch becomes an adept in arcane craft. Her encounters with the otherworld, however, suggest that magic runs stronger in Scotland than she ever imagined.

Haunted by dreams of a raven-haired man she’s never met, Gruoch soon feels her fate is not her own. She is duty-bound to wed a powerful lord, if not the Prince himself; however, she’s not sure she can stop her heart when she meets Banquo, a gallant highlander and druid.

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Category: Fantasy – Historical

Exiled: The Odyssey of Nath Dragon

by Craig Halloran

A dragon prince destined to be king must flee his home to save it

Led by a mysterious diabolical menace, cunning dark elves hatch a deadly scheme that will destroy Nath Dragon and his kin. Forced to run or die, Nath is thrust from the sanctuary of Dragon Home and into the wild. With nobody to trust and nowhere to go, the young warrior sets out to uncover answers that his rivals will kill to protect.

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Category: Fantasy – Epic

Enslaved: The Odyssey of Nath Dragon – Book 2

by Craig Halloran

How Do You Defeat An Unknown Enemy?
Imprisoned in a Slaver Town, Nath is determined to get revenge. After all, his list of rivals is multiplying rapidly. But his darkest, most vile enemy is still a mystery to him; a mystery he’s determined to solve.

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The Watch

by Amanda Witt

The city walls are annoying. At night Red slips past their boundaries, following Meritt right up to the edge of the forest. It’s a game, a minor rebellion, a step towards adulthood and freedom. She doesn’t believe the stories of voices rattling in the leaves, strange creatures glimpsed at midnight. She doesn’t think the woods hide hideous monsters and beautifully predatory men. She doesn’t think the trees drive women insane.

But she’s wrong.

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Category: Science Fiction – Dystopian

The Slightly Altered History of Cascadia

by Linda B Myers

“Humans are imperfect fabrications, nasty as wolverines even when their bellies are full. They are angry with each other in ways that mystify every Presence here. Do something!” And so, the humanoid spirit Cascadia is created to find the problem with people and clean up what the gods have screwed up. This fantasy is part myths and legends, part paranormal and all fun.

To prepare for life among humans, Cascadia learns the use of lust from Helen of Troy and the art of the knife from Jim Bowie. Other gods and historic humans teach her more skills. Along with help from her human familiar, a magic blade, a flying bear and a logging horse named Blue, Cascadia takes on a serial killer, ends the traffic in bear gall bladders, and leads a war in the woods against slavery that one survivalist group is inflicting. Will Cascadia create a better human or will the gods scrap the whole damn planet?

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Category: Fantasy – Alternative History

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