Banished from her village, Rowen Mar finds sanctuary in the White City using a glove to cover the mark on her hand. If she touches another person, her terrifying power will let her see the darkness inside the human heart.
Achan steps into his role as Crown Prince and prepares for war. But war against whom? Could Esek still be alive? Has Lord Nathak taken Esek’s place? Or is the mysterious Hadad the true enemy Achan must confront? Book 3 in the Blood of Kings series by Jill Williamson.
Join the cast of Hero in Hiding for your next dose of Good Guys, Gryphons, Villains and their Victims, a Passel of Protagonists and their Plethora of Problems, with a few Teachable Moments along the way. Book 2 in The Hero Complex comedy fantasy series by Mitchell Bonds.
Charged with mending US-Philippine relations, Rick Macey must uncover the assassins, known only as The Tenth Crusaders, before the U.S. is accused of politically sabotaging the Philippines’ efforts to join the Islamic Alliance of Oceania.
The minions of Satan think Mark is working completely for their errands. But someone else is sending Mark, as well. Racing time to find them and the Tree of Life, Mark must decide if he’s willing to lose his faith to save his soul. By Matt Koceich.
Chased by an evil prince, Achan, Vrell, and the Kingsguard knights plunge into Darkness. They head north, for Tsaftown and Ice Island, where they must free an army that can help them fight for Er’Rets. Book 2 in the Blood of Kings fantasy series by Jill Williamson.
Desperate to assure their billions of clients that the Miracle Treatment really does work, company executives call in private investigator Rick Macey. Macey’s job is to find out what really happened to Greta Darling — or, failing that, to simply come up with some other explanation for how she died.
Young Achan Cham dreams of serving in the Kingsguard Knights, but he is a stray—worse than a slave—and such aspirations are out of his reach. Worse, Achan is beginning to hear strange voices in his head. Book 1 in the Blood of Kings fantasy series by Jill Williamson.
In the future, you can transfer your consciousness into an artificial body — known as a personifid — and cheat death indefinitely. But human beings aren’t the only ones who want those bodies. Adult science fiction by R.E. Bartlett.
Cyrus will have to call on his friends, a beautiful young cat girl, and all the power of the Capital Letters and Arbitrary Numbers if he is to live to become a full-fledged Hero. Book 1 in the Hero Complex comedy fantasy series, by Mitchell Bonds.
In a medieval fantasy world in which the realm of man is dominated by a rich and powerful Church, the Most Sanctified Charity IV decides the time is ripe to make a conclusive inquiry: do elves have immortal souls?