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The Secret of Excalibur – Sahara Foley

Hi, I’m Arthur Merlin. I used to be an ordinary guy, until a freak accident changed my life. Now my friends are afraid of me, and so am I. See, I developed superpowers: telepathy, pyrokinesis and telekinesis, to name a few. The US government wanted to control me. But how do you control someone who can teleport anywhere he wants to in a blink of an eye? Fed up with their shenanigans, I headed for the Institute of Psychic Research in London. But something is ...    Read More >



The Witchwood Crown – Tad Williams

New York Times-bestselling Tad Williams’ ground-breaking epic fantasy saga of Osten Ard begins an exciting new cycle! • Volume One of The Last King of Osten Ard.  The Dragonbone Chair, the first volume of Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn, was published in hardcover in October, 1988, launching the series that was to become one of the seminal works of modern epic fantasy. Many of today’s top-selling fantasy authors, from Patrick Rothfuss to George R. R. Martin to Christopher Paolini credit Tad with being the inspiration for their ...    Read More >

Cara’s Twelve – Chantel Seabrook

Raised in the backwater province of Crowthorne, Cara finds her fate bound to a system she despises and a goddess she no longer believes in. When it becomes clear that the heir to the Elbian throne has found disfavor in the eyes of the goddess, Cara is ordained by blood to take her cousin’s place as heir apparent. One man from each twelve provinces are chosen by the royal council to pledge their lives and swords as champions and consorts of the future queen. From ...    Read More >

Dominion Over All – W. Bradford Swift

When the last living magic cat and her flying canine companion show up on your doorstep with an offer you can’t refuse, it can sure throw a wrench into an otherwise normal teenage life. Zak Bates considers himself normal for a thirteen year old. Okay, he does own a zoo and believes that there’s magic in the world, but other than that, he’s pretty average. When he’s visited by Ra-Kit, a magic cat with a bad catnip habit, he is ill-prepared for the assignment he’s ...    Read More >

Stiger’s Tigers – Marc Alan Edelheit

Winner of the 2016 Independent Publisher Book Bronze Award for Fantasy!!! The empire has endured many centuries but is now threatened by multiple wars and a major rebellion in the South. A nobleman from an infamous family, imperial legionary officer, and a born fighter… Captain Ben Stiger finds himself reassigned from a crack legion to the rebellion simmering in the South. Placed in command of a truly terrible company, the 85th Imperial Foot, he is unknowingly sent on a suicide mission to resupply an isolated ...    Read More >

Holy Remedy – J.G. Martins

Baron Levente, regent of the city of Eger northeast of Hungary, has fallen under a terrible disease. Bishop Konrád, his chief advisor, insists that it is not a natural illness, but a curse. In the 13th century, the Magyars are rebuilding their Kingdom of Hungary, devastated by the Mongols’ invasions. But not everyone has altruistic intentions. Someone has fixed his gaze on the Carpathian Mountains, and found the perfect way to increase his power without arousing suspicion. Meanwhile, the royal court summons Rodger Clement – ...    Read More >

Dark Tidings – Ken Magee

A thousand years ago, a young thief, Tung, and a disgraced wizard, Madrick, are thrust together in an executioner’s dungeon. In the darkness, Madrick reveals an incredible secret about a legendary spell. The great spell helps them escape their prison cell… and eventually their century. Catapulted into the present day, their lives collide with Michael, a computer hacker who plans to destroy the world’s largest bank. But sinister people are tracking their every move and they will stop at nothing to steal their spell. Funny ...    Read More >