by Katharine Eliska Kimbriel
$5.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-320-1
“When you have the Gift, your life is not your own.”
I was born to a family that harnessed the winds and could read futures in fire and water. Yet my mother kept her secrets.
Then the werewolf came, sharing his madness.
Now it’s my turn to keep secrets….
Wild Hearts Collection: Book 1
by Doranna Durgin
$4.99 $1.99 Limited Time!
(Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-483-3
Steve Spaneas doesn’t have a clue.
Who’d have thought that the woman who stumbles her way into his gym, looking and acting so very much like a street person off her meds, is really a CIA case officer whose memory has been obliterated by experimental drugs used by some very bad people?
And seriously, who’d have thought that her attempts to untangle the few clues she’s got would lead him right into her world of spies and counterspies, death and deception–and holy cow, stockpiled nuclear weapons?
California Malcolms: Book 3
by Patricia Rice
$6.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-370-6
Brilliant psychic Nadine Malcolm is held prisoner in an asylum by her stepfather, a power-mad general. As the Librarian, she secretly hijacks computers to prevent his plans to turn paranormal children into weapons. When her younger sister ominously disappears, Nadine reaches through cyberspace for help.
Book 2 of The Epona Sequence
by Judith Tarr
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-383-6
In the grandfathers’ time, when few yet living had been born, the People worshipped the horse, and served him, and took the gifts that he gave them: his meat, his hide, the milk of his mares. But he had not yet granted to men the greatest gift of all: the gift of riding on his back, and racing the wind.
Sparrow is a shaman’s daughter in a tribe that forbids women to be kings, to be shamans, to be anything but silent and tractable servants to the all-powerful men. They may not ever ride the horses that are the life and soul of the tribe, or even approach them, for fear of angering the gods.
A Mystic Isle novel
by Patricia Rice
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-362-1
The disappearance of the sacred chalice has brought disastrous weather and volcanic eruptions to the island of Aelynn. Ian Olympus, Aelynn’s powerful leader, must venture outside the only home he’s known to find the cup and save his people.
Chantal Deveau has used her gift of music to write impassioned anthems for the Revolution and lullabies for her niece. But as the mobs grow more violent, the sensual timbre of a handsome stranger in a monk’s robes calls more seductively than her music.
The Family Genius Mysteries: Book 2
by Patricia Rice
$6.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-344-7
Complex conspiracies to the right, dastardly deaths to the left, and all Ana wants to do is save her family’s inheritance.
When her half-sister Patra arrives on the Maximillian mansion doorstep with the news that Patra’s father was murdered and the killers are after Patra, Ana is off on another race to protect her eccentric family. Graham, the hunky spy in the attic who holds the mansion ransom, has a stake in this mystery if he wants to prevent Ana and her family from turning his high tech bat cave into Grand Central Station.
The Epona Sequence, Book 1
by Judith Tarr
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-356-0
In a time before history, in a land of legend, where wild horsemen wage endless war across a sea of grass, the last descendant of the White Mare’s servants follows a sacred vision beyond the edge of the world. There she finds a land ruled by women, whose people have no word for war. But the horsemen are coming. The White Mare’s daughter must try to stop them, and both save and change the world.
Book 2 of Night Calls
by Katharine Eliska Kimbriel
$5.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-354-6
“…we are all Death’s pupils, we practitioners–students of the great healer.”
When magic broke free in my blood, I chose to follow our ancient family path and become a practitioner. I’m learning to heal, and to protect innocents. I dip into minds, stalk vampires, and set wards by the light of the moon. I can hear the children of the night calling.
Essays on the Writing Life
by Deborah J. Ross
$2.99 (Nonfiction) ISBN 978-1-61138-350-8
A cup of inspiration, a dash of understanding, and a generous serving of wisdom for writers new and old. From the desk of writer and editor Deborah J. Ross comes a collection of warm, insightful essays on the writing life: including getting started, negotiating with the Idea Fairy and creating memorable characters, writing queries, surviving bad reviews, dealing with life’s interruptions, confronting creative jealousy, and nourishing yourself and your creative muse.
by Brenda W. Clough
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-348-5
What would it be like, to get absolute power?
Would you wear a cape and fight crime? Rule the planet? Or perhaps you would be like Rob Lewis, and watch your world collapse around you. Does absolute power corrupt absolutely? Rob is going to find out.
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by Jill Zeller
$7.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-345-4
A drug made of living souls. Is immortality worth the cost?
A black market in souls; their essence, known secretly as Bijou, bestows the illusion of youth to those who can afford it. Annie Novak and her family have long sought to protect the dying and the newly dead from soul-theft, but a new and unimaginable threat has appeared; someone is stealing souls from those who are not yet dead, and the distilled infusion of Bijou Xtra provides long, long life.
by Ursula K. Le Guin
$3.99 (Novelette) ISBN 978-1-61138-342-3
A vision of hope sinking and hope rising, in an America paralyzed by corporate control of government while sea levels rise catastrophically due to human-caused climate change.
by Leah Cutter
$5.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-330-0
Kai never met Mama. But based on her own abilities, and those who call her kin, she knows Mama wasn’t human.
Kai finds things. In post-Katrina New Orleans, everyone’s lost something, though most can’t afford to pay.
Kai’s latest client, a siren, hires Kai to find her sister. Sirens need both men and water, and can call them.
A Sylvan Investigations File (book 1)
by Laura Anne Gilman
$3.50 (Novella) ISBN 978-1-61138-270-9
The person you pass on the street…may not be human.
They are known as the fatae, the various non-human species that make up the Cosa Nostradamus, the magic-using community. And they could be your neighbors, your teachers, your fellow commuters. Your local PI.
by Shannon Page
$4.99 (Collection) ISBN 978-1-61138-329-4
Stories by Shannon Page
“Like a good glass of wine, a good short story offers complexity and buzz. When you finish a good story, you take a moment to savor the experience, to let the resonance of truth ring a bit before it fades. I know that, for me, there’s nothing like reading a last sentence that just nails the piece: reinforces a metaphor, adds weight to a conclusion. I can’t help but lean back and sigh with satisfaction when a piece just works.” –Janna Silverstein
Edited by Deborah J. Ross
$4.99 (Anthology) ISBN 978-1-61138-328-7
From the age of steam and the heirs of Dr. Frankenstein to the asteroid belt to the halls of Miskatonic University, the writers at Book View Café have concocted a beakerful of quaint, dangerous, sexy, clueless, genius, insane scientists, their assistants (sometimes equally if not even more deranged, not to mention bizarre), friends, test subjects, and adversaries.
by Marie Brennan
$2.99 (Non-fiction) ISBN 978-1-61138-307-2
Have you ever:
• Held a sword?
• Taken a karate class?
• Punched another person in the face?
Even if your answer is “no,” you can still write a good fight scene. In this guide, fantasy novelist Marie Brennan will show you how. Drawing on her experience with fencing, stage combat choreography, Okinawan martial arts, and above all writing, she lays out the components that turn the strikes into a compelling story.
Around the World in Six Gears
by Irene Radford
$3.99 (Collection) ISBN 978-1-61138-280-8
Steampunk Voyages brings the Romance of steam, the stretch of the imagination, the big, brassy, powerful, and sweaty way of looking at the world sideways in six stories of the Victorian age of wonder. Author Irene Radford offers new and old stories that reach from a weapon of mass destruction that could change the outcome of the U.S. Civil War, the truth behind why the ballet Giselle disappeared for nearly fifty years, pirates in Indonesia questioning whether we should control technology or be controlled by it,