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An Ogre's Tale

Lyla and Father think they are a happy family, living in their cozy cottage near the woods. But when Mother starts over-eating, neither can stop worrying—and then, Mother disappears. Upset and confused, Lyla is led by an elf to find...
Author: Lilian Oake

At Home in the Pays d'Oc

On Friday the 23rd of October 1987 my husband Patrick and I closed the door on our London flat and embarked on an adventure that was to last for 27 years. At the end of it, our lives would be...

Truth Teller

Charlotte brushed her shoulder-length, golden blonde hair away from her face, tucking it behind her ear while the sea breeze tried to blow it back. Her heart leapt at the sight of a ship out at sea as it rolled...
Author: Kurt Chambers

Attic Secrets

Attic Secrets is a bone-chilling paranormal thriller and murder mystery all rolled into one haunting story. Monroe and Sophie Anderson move into an old, blood red, two-story house in the small historic town of Refugio, Texas, after Monroe retires. They...
Author: LaVonna Moore

Ranter's Wharf

Imagine yourself in England around the times of Charles Dickens and Elizabeth Gaskell for this moving family saga of love, loss and betrayal. One moment, William is running around barefoot, ragged and more often hungry than not. Then Aunt Betsy...
Author: Rosemary Noble

The Sleeping Serpent

Setting aside her fear of the motorcycle, Luna embraced Nico, wrapping her arms tightly around his waist as if to prevent him from unraveling. When he pulled to a stop, she dismounted too quickly, and Nico caught the bike as...

The Devil's Revenge

In this, the second book of the series, the devil attacks mankind in order to become their supreme ruler. He enlists a witch named Millie to be his earthly servant as well as a sacred number of seven demons who...
Author: Shawn D. Brink

The Gatekeeper

I closed my eyes and spoke quickly before my courage failed me. “I am the Fire Wielder of my generation, so I am the sort of weapon which, if the evil of my father comes to life inside me, it...
Author: Shannon Reber