World Whisperer

by Rachel Devenish Ford

A devastating sacrifice. A daring rescue. A new world of magic unveiled.

As a fourteen-year-old outsider girl in the Worker village, Isika is destined for endless drudgery, serving her priest stepfather and worshiping the four goddesses of the Worker people. She doesn’t fit in and she hates the goddesses, but her mother is dead, and her three remaining siblings need her to be good and keep them safe. She can’t think of anything beyond surviving each day and trying to avoid her stepfather’s wrath.

Until he decides to sacrifice her youngest brother to the goddesses.
And Isika decides that enough is enough.

She sets out on a journey to save her brother, facing an unknown world outside the walls of the Worker village. In the new world, ancient gifts awaken within her as she finds more beauty and more trouble than she could have imagined.

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Category: Fantasy – Coming of Age


Aries’ Red Sky

by James Young

The Confederation of Man’s central tenet is that all Humanity will be united under Terra’s banner.

For seven hundred years, the Spartan Republic has planned to show the Terrans the error of their ways.

When these two ideals collide, ships will be shattered and blood splashed across the stars. The first novel in the Spartan Trilogy, Aries’ Red Sky marks the resumption of James Young’s Vergassy Chronicles Universe.

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Category: Science Fiction – Military


Sorceress Super Hero

by Darius Brasher

The mess all started when I punched a 400-year-old fairy reality TV star in the throat.

Things got really weird from there.

Before I could blink, I was fighting wererats, getting kidnapped by superheroes, stealing a cape inhabited by the ghost of a magical genius, and trying to save the world alongside a 2,000-year-old immortal who wields a piece of Noah’s Ark. All while struggling to not get evicted or fired from my job.

That was just Monday. Tuesday is shaping up to be busier.

My name is Sage Hawthorne: butt-kicking sorceress, professional bodyguard, amateur superhero, and occasional screwup.

For the world’s sake, let’s hope this isn’t one of those times I screw up.

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Category: Fantasy – Paranormal & Urban


Dragon Rebellion

by C. Greenwood

When I saw the strange dragon in the sky, I knew it was an ill omen. A sign of dark things to come. What I did not know was that the coming of Skybreaker would destroy my world. That a power-hungry king would rise up, my home island would be conquered, and the Nine Isles would turn against one another.

Suddenly, a rogue dragon and a fierce band of rebels are all that stand between my people and annihilation. But do I dare join the resistance? Or do I leave the Nine Isles and the dragonkind to their hopeless fate?

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Category: Fantasy – Epic


Sferogyls: A Galactic Empire Invasion & Battles Story (Timurud Book 1)

by Mit Sandru

Evil empire attacks a peaceful planet. Fight or be enslaved.
On Earth, Tim Andrus was a science-fiction writer, who, after dying, had his head preserved cryogenically – just in case he’ll get a second chance to live again. He was resurrected, not by doctors but by gods. To his surprise he’s not a mere mortal, but a god himself and his god-name is Timurud.
Unfortunately, the life of a god is not all heavenly. Timurud, the god, must protect the good against the evil, the weak and powerless civilizations against ferocious galactic empires. Once he was a human, but now as a god he lives in the galactic realm of thousands of habitable planets, populated by as many species of aliens, with spaceships traveling at near the speed light by warping the fabric of space, or even faster than the light-speed when traveling through the Dark Universe. The galactic empires have at their disposal superior technological knowledge and enforce their dominance with planet-killer battleships, space troops, armored attack forces, proton and laser cannons.
Timurud’s first mission is to defend the peaceful Sferogyl people against the Maggotroll Empire, warlike hominids who are determined to enslave the Sferogyls and capture their planet. Timurud is not allowed to fight in space battles, but he can help the Sferogyls prepare to defend themselves. Trouble is, the Sferogyls don’t have any spaceships or armies, and only a short time to build up their defenses. They are vulnerable to any attack from space and their only hope is Timurud.
Even if Timurud is a god, will he be able to help the peaceful and unarmed Sferogyls get ready to defend themselves against the evil Maggotroll Empire?

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Category: Science Fiction – Galactic Empire


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