by Doranna Durgin
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-583-0
A mountain community under siege rediscovers its lost roots–and its magic–in the grit of an outcast girl, the heart of a stranger, and the mystical touch of lost seer’s blood. A book once honored by Andre Norton in the Gryphon Award.
When Blaine Kendricks discovers strangers in Shadow Hollers, she thinks they’ve come to trade. She couldn’t be more wrong.
by Shannon Page
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-522-9
It’s all groovy, mellow fun on the back-to-the-land commune…until the monster shows up.
Strange things begin happening on the back-to-the-land commune. Yet the adults, busy grooving out with easy drugs and free love, shrug off each tragedy. Only the ten-year-old Princess understands what’s really going on. A dark presence has emerged on the Land, and it seems that it speaks to her.
The Third Book of the Painter
by Sheila Gilluly
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-534-2
After painting the mystical scenes that unlocked the realm of the dead, Aengus the Painter and his lover, the beautiful sorceress Rose, are stricken senseless. The last thing the Painter sees as his spirit leaves his body is Rose’s tortured eyes, begging for help.
When he revives on an unfamiliar shore, his memory is a frustrating blank. The people believe he is Marner, a mighty stranger from the sea who once freed them from an evil emperor.
Stories of the Puzzle Lands – Book 1
by Linda Nagata
$3.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-937197-08-7
A tale of love, war, murder, marriage, and fate.
He lurks beside the forest road, a charming, well-armed young murderer, not altogether human. She draws near, a contrary shepherdess fleeing an unwanted marriage. When he overhears her prayer for help, whispered to the Dread Hammer, he decides to grant it — and love takes him by surprise. But love soon proves a greater challenge than murder.
Stories of the Puzzle Lands – Book 2
by Linda Nagata
$3.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-937197-09-4
A tale of exile, rebellion, fidelity, and fire.
The demon Dismay’s murderous nature earns him the ire of his beloved wife, who sends him away in a fit of temper. In his exile he ventures south into the land of Lutawa, drawn there by the prayers of abused and desperate women who beg him to grant them vengeance against the men who cruelly rule their lives — and Dismay is pleased to do it.