Pettikin is a fast-paced book that wastes no time opening Allie and Andie's eyes to a world they never even knew existed. 
Friendship is not only good for emotional support but also for personal development and a sense of belonging. A good friend can support you through tough times and make life more enjoyable. However, not all friendships are based on mutual respect and trust as they should be.
T.C. Marti’s recipe for Wind Wielder takes a swag of X-Men mutant oppression, a swirl of Harry Potter’s quidditch exuberance, a dose of coming-of-age angst, and cooks everything up in classic Chosen One fantasy territory.
January is a month of new beginnings, and for many of our readers, it meant starting on fresh new books. For others, it was an opportunity to finally get to all the books that might have been overlooked during the hustle and bustle of the festive season.
Linden is a seemingly ordinary mage in training but when war breaks out and her destiny is revealed, she needs to get a handle on her magic if she’s going to save anyone at all.
Elephants are the largest land animals still in existence, but unfortunately, due to loss of habitat as well as poaching, they are endangered. Despite their size, elephants are highly social and very intelligent animals capable of forming strong bonds.
When a series of brutal murders strikes an otherwise quiet town, most law enforcement and citizens blame the vulnerable ex-army veteran with schizophrenia; but two of his nurses, Nella and Val, don’t think it was him.
The mere mention of "zombies" is enough to conjure up images of shambling undead monsters with an insatiable desire for brains. These creatures have dominated the horror genre for years and could be found in popular franchises, such as The Walking Dead and Resident Evil.
Standing Against the Wind by Marcus Abston, continues Annabelle’s story from Bloodlines.
Trains are not the fastest or most efficient way to travel long distances anymore, but there is still an undeniable appeal to them. Years of movies and books have ingrained the image of trains as a means of transportation where anything from romance to intrigue can happen.
Meg Hafdahl - Thirteen Chilling Stories Set in the Past
FEATURED AUTHOR - Horror and suspense author Meg Hafdahl is the creator of numerous stories and books. Her fiction has appeared in anthologies such as Eve’s Requiem: Tales of Women, Mystery, and Horror, and Eclectically Criminal. Her work has been produced for audio by The Wicked Library and The Lift, and she is the author of two popular short story collections including Twisted Reveries: Thirteen Tales of the Macabre.