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Earthcore Book 1: RotoVegas, Grace Bridges
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Earthcore Book 1: RotoVegas

Anira finds herself mysteriously affected by the untamed thermal forces of New Zealand–and they have a job for her.
“Bridges's sense of place is lovingly grounded, and the style flows like water.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Legacy Rewound, Kat Heckenbach

Legacy Rewound

Melinda knew Kalek’s music created powerful visions, but it wasn’t supposed to actually send her into the past!
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The Nexis Secret by Barbara Hartzler

The Nexis Secret

Lucy McAllen was your typical snarky teen, until she got shipped off to boarding school in New York City. Now she’s unraveling a centuries-old mystery hidden behind the scenes. And discovering powers she never knew she had.
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Mariah’s Dream

Every garden and field that was once lush with crops is now lifeless muck. And yet Mariah holds one seed … the seed of hope.
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Dark Hour

Greensboro has fallen. For ex-reverend Jeff Weldon and those under his care, it is a losing battle, but the tale turns with the return of his brother Dras.
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Prophetess

One near escape does not justify Winter’s growing gift. The warnings swell within her. He’s searching for someone. A person of promise…a person of prophecy.
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Devil’s Hit List

The hottest new thing on the street is a virtual reality experience that makes crack cocaine look like cotton candy. Only one side effect: it’s lethal.
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Seeking Unseen

It’s been two years since Angel learned the magic chip of wood inside her locket would grant any wish. What is taking her so long to choose?
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Avenir Eclectia, Volume 1

The Avenir: once a generational ship, now a crowded residential station and dominating force over a broken world. Its people have nearly forgotten Earth.
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Rift Jump

Michael Morrison has been recruited, ripped from his own violent life, and sent rift-jumping to other worlds seeking out the agents of the Dark.
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Reality’s Fire

Kaylee and Nathan pursue a zombified Crystal to rescue her soul. A vision of death propels Gabrielle to chase after them.
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Star Of Justice

Caissa Ocren joined the knighthood for the scholarship program, but undergoes a crash course in survival.
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Blood and Brine

Vahn’s brother, King Arx, expands the war with neighboring Ganluc, while enemies at home seek to shatter the Rebono dynasty forever.
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I Am Ocilla

“A dark soul threatens the Five Kingdoms, but I am powerless to stand against him, overwhelmed by phantom memories, broken and lost.”
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Caffeine

Brandon Dauphin can only relieve his pain by indulging in computer-simulated fantasies, until a virus takes control of the simulation.
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The Seer

Are Stan Marino’s daughter’s disturbing visions of the future a lifesaving gift, or a curse that will draw him back to the war he can’t hope to win?
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Finding Angel by Kat Heckenbach

Finding Angel

Angel doesn’t remember her magical heritage … but it remembers her. Magic and science collide when she embarks on a journey to her true home, and to herself.
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Aquasynthesis

Gizile follows her mysterious teacher, Tok, as they look into the ice of an ocean pool to contemplate a series of strange and mystical visions. Book 1 of the Splashdown science fiction and fantasy series, short-story compilation for all ages.
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Odd Little Miracles

Follow author Fred Warren through the twists and turns of twenty-two bizarre tales, where odd is commonplace, little things make all the difference, and miracles are everywhere, if you know where to look. Short story collection, fantasy and science fiction for teen readers and older.
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Winter

Winter Maessen didn’t ask for the gift of prophecy. She’s happy being a freak – but now everyone thinks she’s crazy. Or evil. But some goths are Christians … to whom God sends visions. Book 2 of the Winter series, supernatural thriller for teen readers and older.
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Reality’s Ascent

When the demon Beltrid demands that Sisko use his supernatural ring for evil, Sisko’s refusal turns his world upside down. Trapping Sisko’s wife, Beltrid sends Sisko and his teenage children on a journey to free her. Book 2 of the The Reality Chronicles series, fantasy for teen readers and older.
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The Crystal Portal

In the city of Balal stands an archway of stone, a portal that opens doorways to other times and places. Lehkahn the elf pursues his nemesis through this gateway and finds himself in future Earth. Book 1 of the Tales of the Portal series, fantasy/science fiction for readers of all ages.
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Reality’s Dawn

A mystical ring binds Sisko to bless others with miracles and avoid using its power for himself, which would lead to a curse. With his friends, Sisko explores the emerging reality through his travels and adventures. Book 1 of the The Reality Chronicles series, fantasy for teen readers and older.
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Tales Of The Dim Knight

Janitor and superhero fanboy Dave Johnson gets all his wishes at once when he’s given supernatural powers. Follow him as he fights crime and corruption while trying to keep his family together and avoid being sued for copyright infringement. By Adam and Andrea Graham.
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Alpha Redemption

On a prototype speed-of-light trip to Alpha Centauri, astronaut Brett Denton befriends the ship’s onboard computer Jay. But soon after Jay develops self-awareness and belief in God, one of them must make the ultimate sacrifice. Science fiction for adult readers by P.A. Baines.
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Legendary Space Pilgrims

Legendary Space Pilgrims

Mario and Caitlin escape the mind control of Planet Monday, following the Voice to unknown worlds where wonders and challenges await.
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The Duke’s Handmaid

All the young orphan wanted was security in a world that destroyed her family and left her despised and rejected. Can the simple farmgirl find a new family through voluntary enslavement to the duke’s household? Book 1 of The Ascendancy Trilogy series, fantasy for adult readers.
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The Muse

Stan Marino needs a muse. He’s written himself into a corner … again. A shot of inspiration is all he needs to finish his story … where is he going to find it? What Stan doesn’t know: Inspiration has found him. And it’s about to take over his life. Contemporary fantasy for teen readers and older.
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