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Secrets in the Mist, Morgan L. Busse
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Secrets in the Mist

In a world where humanity lives in the sky to escape a deadly mist below, Cass dives into ruined cities, then is hired to find a way to eradicate the Mist.
“Treasure hunts and zombies sail smoothly in the skies of this post-apocalyptic world, raising natural questions about why such horrors and miseries exist.”
Shadow, Kara Swanson
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Shadow

Peter Pan has crash-landed back on Neverland. But this is not the island he remembers.
“Kara Swanson’s page-turner soars while wonderfully concluding this creative retelling of the classic Peter Pan.”
Windward Shore, Sharon Hinck

Windward Shore

The island world of Meriel faces an old adversary and a new danger. Will the reformed Order die before it has a chance to blossom?
Torch, R. J. Anderson
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Torch

Ivy must find a way to unite the magical folk of Cornwall—or doom herself, Martin and everyone she loves to death at Betony’s hand.
“Torch blazes a solid conclusion to the series’ themes of just leadership and racial reconciliation among fairy folk.”
Dawn of Vengeance, Ronie Kendig

Dawn of Vengeance

A haunting prophecy upended his identity. Now it demands his life. Marco Dusan is plagued by insecurity as he tours the realm he now rules.
Apprentice, Kristen Young
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Apprentice

Moving to the Elite Academy could give Flick the future she’s always wanted. But her search for truth may lead to a danger she cannot escape.
“Common dystopian themes quickly grow beyond clichés in this thrilling search for truth and the meaning of reality.”
Forsaken Island, Sharon Hinck
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Forsaken Island

Freeing the villagers of the bondage they’ve chosen may cost Carya and Brantley more than they could have imagined.
“Sharon Hinck skillfully dances through competing storylines of witnessing, spiritual doubts, coping with a life-altering disability, and exploring a new world.”
Swift, R. J. Anderson
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Swift

To save her people, a wingless girl must learn to fly.
“This little novel packs big twists and turns that will keep readers engaged all the way through the end.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2020
Dust, Kara Swanson
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Dust

The girl who fears her own destiny is on a collision course with the boy who never wanted to grow up.
“Nothing is as it seems, and wishing on stars will get her nowhere in this delightfully twisted sequel to a classic.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2020
Crystal Witness, Kathy Tyers
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Crystal Witness

When Ming Dalamani awakens from twenty years of suspended animation, she recalls only fragments of her former life.
“Crystal Witness exudes a galactic aroma that pulls in readers with strength like the vacuum of space.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2020
The Story Hunter, Lindsay A. Franklin
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The Story Hunter

Heartbreak and bloodshed await Tanwen and her friends as they discover the unlikeliest leader now rules Tir.
“Danger, intrigue, and unforeseen twists make The Story Hunter an entirely satisfying conclusion to the Weaver Trilogy series.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2020
For Whom the Sun Sings, W. A. Fulkerson
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For Whom the Sun Sings

The world is blind . . . then one boy is born with sight.
“W. A. Fulkerson’s debut opens the eyes of adults with childlike faith.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2020
The Vault Between Spaces, Chawna Schroeder
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The Vault Between Spaces

A young girl attempts escape from a prison camp reputed as inescapable, while being hunted by an intelligence agent who seeks the legendary Vault Between Spaces.
“The Vault Between Spaces is an inventive fantasy with heart for its religion and its characters.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2020
Hidden Current, Sharon Hinck
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Hidden Current

Can Calara restore the dance to its true purpose and bring freedom and hope to her people?
“Sharon Hinck’s fantasy dances to the rhythm of our Creator’s heart.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2019
Brand of Light, Ronie Kendig
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Brand of Light

Kersei Dragoumis awakens in a derelict shuttle, alone, injured, and ignorant of the forbidden technology that has swept her into a nightmare.
“Sci-fi and fantasy clash in this rapid-fire genre-blender.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2019
The Story Raider, Lindsay A. Franklin
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The Story Raider

Tanwen and the Corsyth weavers race to collect the strands of an ancient cure. But Gryfelle isn’t the only one afflicted by the weaver’s curse.
“More adventure, higher stakes, and betrayal at every turn make Lindsay A. Franklin’s fantasy The Story Raider a sequel that exceeds expectations.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2019
Black Blood, S. D. Grimm

Black Blood

She never wanted to be the deliverer for the very people who killed her family, but destiny didn’t seem to care.
Song of Leira, Gillian Bronte Adams

Song of Leira

With the fate of the world at stake, the Song bids her rise to battle and the Songkeeper must answer.
Songkeeper by Gillian Bronte Adams

Songkeeper

War ravages Leira and the Song has fallen silent. Freed from the hold of a slave ship, Birdie, the young Songkeeper, and Ky, a street-wise thief, emerge to a world at war.
Orphan's Song, Gillian Bronte Adams
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Orphan’s Song

Every generation has a Songkeeper – one chosen to keep the memory of the Song alive. And in every generation, there are those who seek to destroy the chosen one.
“Gillian Bronte Adams draws us into a classic medieval fantasy setting populated with archetypes that somehow feel fresh and vigorous.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2018
For Us Humans, Steve Rzasa
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For Us Humans

A disillusioned believer must help a Christ-seeking alien solve the art theft of the century.
“This adventure morphs into a complex fusion of intergalactic conspiracy, prejudice erasure, redemption narrative, and call to personal revival.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2019
The Story Peddler, Lindsay A. Franklin
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The Story Peddler

In a world where art is magic, one storyteller gets more than she bargained for when her stories spiral out of control and accuse the king of treason.
“This story spins a perfect array of delightful characters living with complex magical abilities in a truly unique world.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2019
Amber Eyes, S. D. Grimm

Amber Eyes

The hunted Feravolk are counting on Jayden, a dagger-wielding, storm-detecting orphan to save their race.
Scarlet Moon, S.D. Grimm

Scarlet Moon

The hunted Feravolk are counting on Jayden, a dagger-wielding, storm-detecting orphan, to save their race—but they killed her family.
Beast, Chawna Schroeder

Beast

A feral child raised among dogs becomes prey in a royal hunting tournament.
A Time to Rise, Nadine Brandes

A Time To Rise

Parvin Blackwater is dead. At least that’s what the Council—and the world—thinks.
Tainted, Morgan L. Busse

Tainted

Kat Bloodmayne and Stephen Grey search World City and beyond for a doctor who can cure Kat. What they discover goes beyond science and into magic.
The Word Endangered, Steve Rzasa

The Word Endangered

A conspiracy threatens to unravel the progress the Five Realms made in the last decade. Not to mention, strain the development of Zarco and Ria’s marriage.
Chains of Gwyndorr, Joan Campbell
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Chains Of Gwyndorr

Stolen magic … secret schemes … can the power unleashed be an even greater chain that they’ve come to bear?
“Unique worlds and sympathetic characters entice readers through a maze of slow-moving action.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2019
Arrow, R. J. Anderson

Arrow

She swore never to shed blood in violence, no matter how grave the danger. But when a faery war threatens her home, the price of peace may be higher than Rhosmari can pay.
Edge of Oblivion by Joshua A. Johnston

Edge Of Oblivion

With hopes for civilization’s survival dwindling, Commander Jared Carter is sent to pursue an unlikely lead: a collection of ancient alien religious fragments which may – or may not – hold the key to their salvation.

A Time To Speak

What happens when you live longer than you wanted to? Parvin Blackwater wanted to die, but now she’s being called to be a leader. The only problem is, no one wants to follow.
The Hive by John Otte

The Hive

Zain’s people want to reclaim her and terminate her pregnancy. And both the Ministrix and the Praesidium, two intergalactic governments in a constant state of cold war, want Zain’s baby for their own reasons.
Embers by Ronie Kendig

Embers

Haegan and Kaelyria Celahar are royal heirs of the Nine Kingdoms, but Haegan is physically crippled. What chance does he have against Poired Dyrth, the greatest enemy the kingdom has ever faced?
Rebel by R. J. Anderson

Rebel

The last time Timothy broke a rule, he got suspended. But when he defies the faery empress, it might well get him killed.
Knife by R.J. Anderson

Knife

Forget everything you think you know about faeries. Creatures full of magic and whimsy? Not in the Oakenwyld. Not anymore.
The Deliverer by Sharon Hinck

The Deliverer

Eager to serve the One, a young songkeeper travels to the dark and foreign nation of Hazor, but her confusing, rough-edged companion has lost his Restorer gifts.
Space Drifters, Paul Regnier

Space Drifters: The Emerald Enigma

Captain Glint Starcrost is not having the carefree, adventurous life the space academy brochures promised star pilots.

Crown Of Fire

Lady Firebird Angelo Caldwell has been sentenced to death “in absentia” for treason, sedition, and heresy. The last thing she expects is a summons to return home and be confirmed as an heiress of her royal house.

Fusion Fire

Forced to forsake her royal heritage, Lady Firebird now faces new and powerful enemies. Firebird is pregnant with twins when her new husband, Brennen Caldwell, is left as the only heir to ancient messianic prophecies.