| Wicked Good Witches Books 1-2 (Demon Street Blues, Alpha Knows Best) |
by Starla Silver
$0.00, 239 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (66 reviews), #12 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
Welcome to The Demon Isle, where the supernatural world hides in plain sight.
Tourists want to believe the supernatural is real, and The Demon Isle delivers--from the moment they step off the ferry onto the nostalgia inducing lanterned streets straight off the pages of yesteryear, or wander down foggy cobblestone lane after lane lined with fortune tellers and magic shops, or take a haunted tour of the island in hopes of catching a glimpse of mythical creature belonging to a fantasy world.
Ghosts, vampires, werewolves, faeries, mermaids--the sightings are endless. And it's the perfect cover. Because while tourists bask in the safety and delight of the possibility, the supernatural community is not only real, but thriving. And hiding right under the noses of tourists immersing themselves in the fantasy.
The locals know the truth.
They know the dangers that lurk around dark alleys and foggy beaches.
But they also know who to turn to if they need help.
The Howard Witches.
They've been protecting The Demon Isle and its inhabitants for many generations.
For Melinda Howard, the youngest sibling, dreaming about how people will die is never fun on a good day...but it's her magical inheritance and one thing she cannot escape. Life and love, on the other hand, can wait, because she prefers the safety of her reclusive life and letting her brother's handle the hands-on witching work.
Something Charlie Howard thrives on as the eldest sibling and unspoken leader of their coven. His physical strength and pure daring alone can usually get the job done quick. A job middle sibling, Michael, would prefer to live without as he wants to leave the Island and go to school.
Partly because, today, after tragically losing their parents while on the job, they are just three siblings doing the job that in previous generations was done by twenty or more. And even with Melinda's dreams, Charlie's strength, and Michael's wits, it's often no longer enough and they rely heavily on their mentor, William Wakefield--a four-hundred-year-old vampire who is also a dear family friend and long-time protector of the Howard Witches.
Is it time for the Howard legacy to end?
Hasn't their family sacrificed enough?
Is it time to let someone else take over?
But who would want the job? A Howard Witch living to a ripe old age is a rare thing...William would know as he's watched far too many Howard Witches die too young. And he fears this is not only the last days of the bloodline and the legacy, but the end of his purpose in this life as well.
But when Michael performs a death reading for the local sheriff to assist in a murder investigation, and Melinda has a prophetic dream about someone about to die, and the supernatural world threatens to consume them all and leave the island unprotected...a truth is revealed that will change everything.
The Howard Witches will have to make a choice.
Heed the call and find a way to fulfill their duty, or face a future in which they are no longer protectors of The Demon Isle and let the family legacy, end....
Wicked Good Witches is an episodic supernatural suspense series that's heavy on romance and action and set on an island off the Coast of Maine. Please read in order.
These books are for readers over 18, and are fast paced stories packed with love, action, and magic. Relationships are not always male/female. And these characters really like four letter words.
If you'd enjoy dirty mouthed, sexy witches struggling to balance love, life, and duty, and a bad ass vampire guardian, read on!
*** If you prefer a tamer rating, with milder language and adult situations behind closed doors, please see the sister series, We Witches Three (same story but with a teen friendly rating)
| Water Spell (Guardians of the Realm Book 1) |
by Lizzy Ford
$0.00, 362 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (51 reviews), #33 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Epic
A water mage and the protector she never wanted.
Rare water mage Sela is given no time to mourn the loss of her longtime protector and father figure before she’s faced with the one man standing in the way of her freedom: her new guardian, mage-warrior Tieran.
An Inlander with no honor, Tieran is loyal to no man, priest, king or god. If not for the magic binding him to the infuriating water mage, he would abandon her amidst the land-locked Inlands, away from the sea she yearns to visit, and pursue vengeance against those who killed his family.
Sela and her reluctant protector are soon thrown into the middle of a power struggle raging among the rulers of the four island kingdoms. To survive, both mage and warrior must overcome their distrust of one another, for the longer they resist their bond, the more perilous their journey becomes.
| Joey and the Magic Map |
by Tory Anderson, Sarah Hunt, Barbara Call, Clorinda Anderson
$0.00, 219 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (18 reviews), #592 in > Children's eBooks
Joey Johanaby thought his life ended when his dad died. Being forced to move into a mysterious, old, Southern mansion in Tennessee seems to make things worse. With Mrs. Johanaby struggling to learn new job skills Joey is given the difficult task of looking after the twins for the summer. The mansion is home to more than Joey and his family. Ghostly and magical characters from the mansion’s past take an interest in Joey and his struggles. They want to help, but their quirky methods are questionable. After the family is almost torn apart by a near-tragedy Joey obtains a magic map. With this map Joey goes on a journey that he might not return from—a journey that changes him forever.
| The Invasion of Heaven: Part One of the Newirth Mythology |
by Michael B. Koep, Marlene Adelstein
$0.00, 416 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (105 reviews), #3 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Fairy Tales
Psychologist Loche Newirth becomes hunted when he sees a painting that opens a window onto the afterlife. An ancient order of men seeking to control the art pursue him across the world, through centuries, into madness and beyond.The first part of Michael B. Koep's The Newirth Mythology-The Invasion of Heaven is mystery, adventure, myth, betrayal, murder and madness.
Loche Newirth wonders if it was his fall: the fifty foot drop from the rocky cliff to the icy water below. Is this why he has been hallucinating? Or is it because one of his clients is dead, or his mentor has gone mad, or that his wife is leaving him? He can't bring himself to believe what he has been seeing. Insane things like a massive, searching eye. He sees it in the water below the cliff. He sees it in mirrors, on walls: a massive, crystal blue iris and fathomless pupil there in the center of his life, looking at him.
To find the answer, Loche pens the recent events of his life into a book and leaves the work behind for his mentor Doctor Marcus Rearden to interpret. As Rearden reads he plunges into the harrowing depths of Loche's reality: his loss of a client, the discovery of an unknown past, an ancient conflict over possession of the human condition, the awesome reality of the gods walking among us, and the crimes of humanity invading the hope that lies beyond the grave.
And along the way, Loche tells of unforgettable characters: the torn and manic housewife that teeters on the edge of sanity, and a depressed, swashbuckling swordsman that believes he is over six hundred years old, the stoned and prolific painter and his perilous work he must keep secret, and the beautiful business woman that abandons her life's work for a love she never expected.
| Windslinger |
by JM Guillen
$0.00, 570 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #22 in > Literature & Fiction > Mythology & Folk Tales > Fairy Tales
Elizabeth Shepherd is a dead woman. Not even her uncanny powers can save her now.
On the run from an eldritch horror and an unfortunate promise, Liz has finally gone too far. Hunted by an otherworldly, shape-stealing dread, she careens across the countryside in a desperate attempt to free herself from a deal gone sour.
Before she knows it, Liz has reneged on yet another promise, one she made to her elusive hedge wizard mentor. He always warned her that using her command over the wind would attract the wrong kind of attention; yet she has few choices. Whether creating compacts with an angelic choir of Watchers, riddle-dueling with one of the wild fae, or standing against a legion of arachnid-wolf nightmares, such things only respect one thing: power.
They certainly don't want to role play with her.
As inhuman miscreations haunt Liz at every turn, she discovers things are far darker than she believed.
It's possible nothing Liz believes about herself is true.
Windslinger is a fantastical urban adventure filled with fast paced action, surprising plot twists, and compelling characters. If you liked Harry Dresden, Anita Blake, or Rachel Morgan, then you’ll love JM Guillen’s mind-bending carnival of the strange. Buy Windslinger to get lost in JM Guillen’s latest reality-warping adventure today!
| I Belong to the Earth: (Unveiled Book One) |
by J.A. Ironside
$0.00, 368 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (14 reviews)
Second Edition: Contains the FREE short story - Friendly Fire
“There.” Grace pointed towards the moor and I saw it: there was a shape in the dark. A tall, masculine shape. No, not a man; a piece of darker darkness in the shape of a man. We were being watched.
Seventeen-year-old Emlynn knows all about grief and guilt, not to mention secrets. Being able to sense the Dead wasn’t so bad before the accident which killed her mother. Now it’s taking over her life. Broken and shut off from the world, Emlynn is horrified when her father moves the family to a remote Yorkshire vicarage: a house that stands at the centre of a centuries-old curse born of betrayal, jealousy and poisoned love. A curse that feeds on the lives of young girls. A pattern about to repeat itself once more... When her older sister, Grace, gets involved with local bad boy, Haze, Emlynn knows she has to act fast. Somehow Haze is connected to the curse. Is Grace his next intended victim? Hurtling towards another family tragedy, Emlynn must find the strength to stop running from her gift, or risk losing the rest of her family for good. Only the dead have the answers she needs. If she can bring herself to speak to them...
Other titles in this series:
I Belong to the Earth (Book 1)
Girl's Night In (Short story 1.3)
Friendly Fire (Short story 1.4 - free on Author Website)
Amazing Grace (Novella 1.5)
Amy's Academicals (Novella 1.9)
I am the Silence (Book 2)
Ciaran's Chance (Novella 2.1 - free and exclusive from author website)
The Black Dog of Lyme (Short story 2.2 - free from author website)
I Hold the Tide (Book 3)
Lucas Underground (Novella 3.5 - coming soon)
A Candle against the Dark (Shot story 3.8 - coming soon)
I Rule the Night (Book 4 - coming December 2017)
| Ruah the Immortal |
by Violette Meier
$0.00, 204 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (11 reviews), #19 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Historical
Tovah (Ruah), a young first century Hebrew woman whose misguided affection, for the holiest of men, inadvertently grants her immortality. She embarks upon a dangerous journey throughout ancient Israel in search of her dishonored sister Avigáyil, who is captivated by the unholiest of men, only to discover that immortality is not exclusive. Where there is light, there must be darkness. Death is never the end.
Ruah the Immortal is a story of love, betrayal, and preternatural power penetrating one to the very soul. It is a tale of two sisters who wiggle through never-ending obstacles, wrestle with the sacred and the profane, and ultimately face death in hopes of finding life.
| Where the Dragon Soars (Legends of the Dragon Kings Book 1) |
by Joy Newbold
$0.00, 118 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (17 reviews), #13 in > Children's eBooks > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Collections
(Author will donate 100% of money earned on e-book sales of this book to Huntsman Cancer Institute for research and treatment of cancer.)
A MAJESTIC DRAGON, A SORCERER, AND A NEST OF YOUNG DRAGONS
Detrick's duty is to fight and kill the dreaded Althenia who has charred their lands with her breath. But when might battles compassion, the young prince chooses compassion. Will his decision be the downfall of his kingdom or forge the one alliance with strength to save his kingdom and return his true love?
| Coralina: (A Princess Novel) (The Nine Princesses Book 2) |
by Anita Valle
$0.00, pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (70 reviews), #2 in > Teen & Young Adult > Literature & Fiction > Social & Family Issues > Girls & Women
Some princesses are only pretty on the outside....
Coralina Corissa, known as “Coco” to her eight sisters, is the fairest princess of a hundred kingdoms. And she knows it. Her beauty has always given her anything she wanted... and any MAN she wanted.
Runa Realm is facing a new threat. Strange bandits, disguised as nobles, are attacking beautiful women to steal their hair. Coralina isn’t concerned. Until Prince Luxley, her favorite (but not only) lover, gets clobbered by a peasant called Gord, who mistakenly assumed the prince was a bandit.
Outraged, Coralina plans to punish the peasant by deliberately breaking his heart. But Gord is nearly blind. For the first time ever, Coralina must rely on more than her looks to ensnare a man. But the harder she flirts, the more Gord seems to hate her. And the more her own heart (and hair) becomes endangered.
The Nine Princesses novels is a series that chronicles the adventures of an unconventional family of princesses, the struggles they face in a kingdom often hostile to their humble origins, and the day-to-day dramas of nine young women whose personalities often clash like swords. Fans of Gail Carson Levine and Shannon Hale would enjoy these princess novels.
˃˃˃ Read an Excerpt:
Luxley filled two goblets with cider. The dark window above the table mirrored the sparkling ballroom and swirling dancers. Coralina patted her curls knowing Luxley would admire them if she did.
“Your hair is divine, Princess Coralina!” said Luxley. “Black as crows yet lustrous as moonlight on a frozen sea.”
Coralina smiled and accepted her goblet. Luxley was scrumptious tonight. Time for a little stroll out of doors. She’d take him to Love Lake and, after feigning reluctance, let him kiss her.
Coralina turned away with a sorrowful sigh.
“Whatever is wrong, my beauty?” said Luxley, right on cue. Coralina looked down at her goblet, tracing the rim with her finger. “Oh... it’s nothing.”
“Dear lady, you must tell me.” Luxley set down his drink to clasp her hand in both of his. Coralina blinked away tears she didn’t have. “I - I was thinking... how lovely it would be to walk in the moonlight.”
“Why don’t we!” Luxley cried joyously.
Coralina shook her head. “It’s too perilous. There are rumors of dangerous bandits in the kingdom. Maelyn forbade going out after dark.”
“But my precious princess, I will come with you!” said Luxley. “And all the world’s villains shall not touch you while I am near.”
Coralina lifted large eyes to his face. “Well... if you promise to keep VERY close to me.”
Other Books by Anita Valle
Author’s Note:A sweet love story for anyone who enjoys fairy tale retellings or princess books. Meet the beautiful heroine, Coralina - a flirtatious princess who lives under the sad fantasy that all men find her irresistible. She can win the heart of a handsome prince, but what about a carpenter? How can a humble peasant be so resistant to her beauty? Coralina discovers that love can be both beautiful and cruel. Will her life become a sad love story? Or do pretty girls always get their happily ever after? Coralina is Book 2 in The Nine Princesses Series.
Don't forget MAELYN - the 1st princess book - is FREE!
| The Midnight Land: Part Two: The Gift (The Zemnian Series Book 2) |
by E.P. Clark
$0.00, 562 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #69 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Epic
“What…what curse?” Slava asked…
Having escaped from spirits, bandits, and the hardships of the Midnight Land, Slava finds herself embroiled in even more intrigue than before. But while she struggles to discover the truth and make her companions see reason, the gods themselves make her an offer she may not be able to refuse. The only question is, will it turn out to be a gift, or a curse? Is it her fate to become a victim, or a hero?
"The Gift" concludes the story begun in "The Flight," and continues to explore the same questions, including a gender-reversed take on "Anna Karenina" and motifs from classic works of camp fiction by authors such as Solzhenitsyn and Shalamov.
| The Vampire Hunters Academy: The Shadows |
by Delizhia Jenkins, J.J Murray
$0.00, 259 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #3 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Fantasy
Class is back in session at The Academy, and as the staff and students alike try to return to a state of normal, something ancient has been awakened from the shadows with a taste for Guardian blood.
Sanaya is days away from an early Slayer maturity and as her bond with her potential Guardian, King deepens, she must learn to balance what her heart desires most with the responsibility of keeping those she loves safe.
An ancient enemy has summoned The Council of Slayers, ancient Slayers of old, to be of aid to the Guardians of The Academy. Sanaya must awaken her blossoming gifts to step into her shoes as the Millennium Slayer faster than those around her are prepared for. As her eighteenth birthday approaches, Sanaya must prepare for the fight of her life and a deal that will change the course of Slayer history forever.
| Sensation: A Superhero Novel (Kid Sensation Book 1) |
by Kevin Hardman
$0.00, 208 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (150 reviews), #12 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Fantasy
Like millions of other kids, Jim grew up wanting to be a superhero. Unlike most of his contemporaries, however, Jim actually had the goods: a plethora of super powers that would have been the envy of any meta on the planet. But when his tryout with the Alpha League - the world's premier group of supers - goes disastrously wrong, Jim basically becomes an outcast.
Two years later, Jim is still bitter about what happened to him. However, he soon finds himself the centerpiece in an odd turn of events that gives him a second chance at his dream. But nothing is as easy as it sounds, as Jim soon discovers. Among other things, he’s made an enemy of a prospective super teammate, he’s being stalked by an unknown pursuer, and a shadowy cabal bent on world domination has identified him as the only obstacle to their plans.
It’s a lot for one super to handle, even with a smorgasbord of abilities. But if saving the world were easy, everyone would do it…
| Kipling, Rudyard: The Complete Children's Stories |
by Rudyard Kipling
$0.00, 688 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (27 reviews), #5 in > Literature & Fiction > Literary Fiction > Short Stories
This book contains the complete children's stories of Rudyard Kipling in the chronological order of their original publication.
- The Jungle Book (a collection of 7 short stories)
- The Second Jungle Book (a collection of 8 short stories)
- Just So Stories for Little Children (a collection of 13 short stories)
- Puck of Pook's Hill (a collection of 10 short stories)
- Rewards and Fairies (a collection of 11 short stories)
| Sex, Drugs,and... Vampires?: A Mythic Universe Novella (Mythic: Psion Book 1) |
by Danyel L Statzer
$0.00, 100 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #53 in > Short Reads > Two hours or more (65-100 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
It’s the summer of 1971, college bound Frankie and her best friend but hometown-stuck Annabel leave for a girls’ week-long trip to the Celebration of Life music festival in McCrea, Louisiana. Frankie has everything packed and orderly both in the car and in her life. This trip was just to enjoy the music and her best friend, not to partake of the drugs or the sex that occurs in these types of events. They will not pick up hitchhikers on the way to said event.
Two girls from the back woods of Louisiana had no idea the festival delay’s gonna be the least of their problems.
| The Midnight Land: Part One: The Flight (The Zemnian Series Book 1) |
by E.P. Clark
$0.00, 535 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (37 reviews), #86 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Coming of Age
Honorable Mention, Epic Fantasy, 2016 Readers' Favorite Awards!
Honorable Mention, Fantasy, 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards!
As younger sister to the Empress of all of Zem’ and the only one possessing her foremothers’ gifts of clairvoyance, Slava is both one of the most powerful and powerless people in the Known World. Desperate to escape the intrigue and hostility of her sister’s kremlin, Slava takes off on an expedition to the Midnight Land, the uninhabited, unmapped tundra on the Northern edge of Zem’. But as she travels North, Slava discovers that it is more than just the world of women that covets her gifts, and that fate is pushing her to become a most unlikely hero…
Combining motifs from classical Russian literature with the genre of high fantasy, this book is both a gripping coming-of-age tale and a subversive exploration of gender, morality, and subjectivity.
| Ella, The Slayer (Serenity House Book 1) |
by A. W. Exley
$0.00, 237 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (178 reviews), #1 in > Teen & Young Adult > Horror
Ella is an Edwardian Cinderella with an undead problem...
The flu pandemic of 1918 took millions of souls within a few short weeks.
Except it wasn't flu, and death gave them back.
Seventeen-year-old Ella copes the best she can; caring for her war-injured father, scrubbing the floors, and slaying the undead that attack the locals. Vermin they're called, like rats they spread pestilence with their bite. Ella's world collides with another when she nearly decapitates a handsome stranger, who is very much alive.
Seth deMage, the new Duke of Leithfield, has returned to his ancestral home with a mission from the War Office -- to control the plague of vermin in rural Somerset. He needs help; he just didn't expect to find it in a katana-wielding scullery maid.
Working alongside Seth blurs the line between their positions, and Ella glimpses a future she never dreamed was possible. But in overstepping society's boundaries, Ella could lose everything - home, head and her heart...
| The Mark: An Alternate Ending |
by Asher Oakley
$0.00, 25 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #22 in > Short Reads > 45 minutes (22-32 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Pens have the power to create and are only limited by imagination and physical limitations. Having been offered a home off the streets, Cyrus learns all about the art of penmanship under the tutelage of a master artist, Mr. Sinclair. However, when Cyrus breaks a fundamental rule of penmanship, he is thrown off the streets to fend for himself and pick up the pieces of his past mistake.
| In The Moon's Shadow: Book 1 of The Four Sisters Series |
by Anaya MacLeod
$0.00, 477 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #118 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Myths & Legends
An Enchantress. A Dark Mage. An Ancient Evil.
Will they battle to save the planet of Eratus…or destroy it?
When an ancient evil sabotages a routine healing of the Shield that protects the planet of Eratus, cataclysmic events threaten the life of all those who live there.
The only one who could save them is Sascha, Enchantress and ex-Leader of the Four Sisters. But they had deported her to Earth, after they removed any memories she had of her life on Eratus.
As Sascha struggles with the brutal nightmares of a past she can’t remember, a seemingly random meeting with her ex-lover, Marco, changes everything.
When he gives her the chance to regain her stolen memories it isn’t long before Sascha finds out that nothing is what it seems to be.
And her family secrets are deadlier than the Ancient Masters she has been asked to destroy.
Will she be prepared to save the ones who abandoned her? Or will she leave them to the fate they brought on themselves?
In the Moon’s Shadow is the first book in a fantasy series that features surprising plot twists and compelling characters. If you like fast-paced adventure, engaging stories, magic and mystery then you’ll love this book.
Unlock your copy of In the Moon’s Shadow to start your next thrilling Fantasy adventure today!
If you would like to receive a free copy of the short story, The Map of the Ancients, visit www.anayamacleod.com.
| Take In A Stranger |
by Kay Corcoran George
$0.00, 358 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #480 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Fairy Tales
Reader’s review, ‘This book leaves you with a tremendous sense of HOPE. The writer’s concepts for community are most intriguing. The characters are so strikingly vulnerable that you find yourself mourning every loss and celebrating every victory. Kay George has found a way to express what we all most want to be....part human....part hero’.
Seth’s destructive affair with the beautiful co-worker Sienna and the tragic rape of his wife, Chelly, a concert pianist, has caused her a devastating stroke. As they all fear the dismal future lurking ahead of them, Seth inadvertently discovers a little girl with a mother on the brink of death and nowhere to turn for help. It seems as though everyone is on a downward spiral when the stranger arrives. As they contemplate the mystery and magic that surrounds their new friend, he is stealthily creating diversions and channeling their desires and changing their path.
| Jacket's 22nd Symphony |
by Jordan Lewe, Autumn Conley
$0.00, 144 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #350 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
Friendship, excitement, romance, and betrayal are some of the things Sierra finds when a life-altering, untimely flood carries her into a massive circus, like a city all its own, a place populated by strange beings and full of oddities as intriguing as they are shocking. In this perfect utopia, a place bathed in constant darkness, lit only by the ominous glow of the attractions, she discovers a quirky world where anything can happen. Sierra has to recruit the help of her strange new friends to discover the dark secrets of her new home.