Urban Magic: Hungry, Young & Clever: An Urban Fantasy Anthology

Martha CarrRamy Vance - 2019
     Featuring eleven brand new, never before seen urban fantasy stories from bestselling, award-winning authors, Urban Magic will take you on a series of exciting adventures in worlds full of magic. All proceeds from sales of this anthology will go to the American Library Association Disaster Relief Fund, which helps libraries recover after natural disasters.

Stephen King 3: Different Seasons, The Stand, Skeleton Crew

Stephen King - 1978

Twisted: Volume 1

Christina Palmer RomeroKaren Sheard - 2016
    Reading it is like attending a late night secret banquet where you know each course will serve up something unexpected, forbidden and unforgettably chilling. Take your private seat now for 50 luscious courses of terror, from 50 of the strongest voices in modern horror.

Deep Magic June 2016

Jeff WheelerAnthony Ryan - 2016
    Our issues are also filled with author interviews, art features, book reviews and tips for writers. This month, we feature an exclusive interview with Brandon Sanderson on his latest journey to the United Arab Emirates. We also include short stories from Wall Street Journal bestselling author Jeff Wheeler* ("The Beesinger's Daughter"), Amazon bestselling Carrie Anne Noble ("The Perfect Specimen"), and Cecilia Dart-Thornton who came out of hiding to let us publish her latest ("The Churchyard Yarrow"). We also feature stories this month by Steve Yeager ("Rain Dance") and Brendon Taylor ("The Apothecant"). You'll also get two articles, one written by NYT bestselling author Anthony Ryan and the other by David Pomerico, Harper Voyager US's Executive Editor. Still not convinced to give it a try? We'll also be publishing an extended sample of Wall Street Journal bestselling author Charlie N Holmberg's** latest novel ("Magic Bitter, Magic Sweet"). * Wall Street Journal, June 2016 ** Wall Street Journal, June 2015

The Glass Flower

George R.R. Martin - 1986
    When the cyborg arrives, she senses a worthy and dangerous opponent--one that's been dead for 800 years...

Hidden Worlds

Kristie CookJennifer Snyder - 2014
    Awaken in secret laboratories or walk among gods. Multi-genres are represented making this set a must-read for every book-lover! Appropriate for ages 13+: Devour by Shelly Crane Inescapable by Amy A. Bartol The Forgotten Ones by Laura Howard Elsker by ST Bende History of Fire by Alexia Purdy Everblue by Brenda Pandos Guardians: The Girl by Lola St. Vil The Gatekeeper's Sons by Eva Pohler From Gods by Mary Ting Appropriate for ages 16+ due to language, sexual situations, and violence: First by Alyssa Rose Ivy Darkness in Light by Stacey Marie Brown Lark by Erica Cope Catalyst by Jennifer Snyder Promise by Kristie Cook Redemption by RK Ryals Return of the Ascendant by Raine Thomas A Matter of Fate by Heather Lyons Runes by Ednah Walters Freak of Nature by Julia Crane River's Recruit by Charlotte Abel

Snicker The Brownie And Other Stories

Enid Blyton - 1974
    The best of Enid Blyton original UK edition by Award Publishers

The Monsters of Magic

J. Robert KingWill McDermott - 2003
    The "Monsters of Magic" is a collection of short stories exploring the strengths and weakness of the creatures that inhabit the Magic: The Gathering world. The monsters highlighted are drawn not only from Magic card sets, but from the novels as well, giving any reader broader exposure to the entire Magic world. Contents"Who is Queen?" by Scott McGough"Ach! Hans, Run!" by Will McDermott"The Reluctant Student" by Tim Ryan"Unlikely Allies and Unjust Desserts" by Brian M. Thomsen"Ereth the Mighty" by A.L. Lassieur"True Enough" by Denise R. Graham"Seasons of Slaughter" by Vance Moore"An Atog Comes to Aphetto" by Steven E. Schend"Delraich" by Jess Lebow"Tap, Kraken & Pop" by Tom Dupree"Crucible" by Stephen D. Sullivan"The Voice of Command" by Paul B. Thompson

Ancient, My Enemy

Gordon R. Dickson - 1974
    Dickson, author of the best-selling DORSAI books and many other praiseworthy novels and scince fiction stories, has selected nine of his finest tales in this book.Here are stories of interstellar exploration, of adventure at the dawn of star flight and at the ultimate end of star flight, of man versus machine, of man versus nature, and of man versus the cosmos.If you like science fiction, it will be impossible not to find among these tales several that will prove to be as memorable in fantasy experience as any you will ever read again. Such is the skill and imagination of Gordon R. Dickson, one of the real giants of the science fiction world.Contents:Ancient, My EnemyThe Odd OnesThe Monkey WrenchTiger GreenThe Friendly ManLove Me TrueOur First DeathIn the BoneThe Bleak and Barren Land


Maeve Binchy - 2011
    This collection from Australia and around the world gives us stories that are sad and happy, thoughtful and humourous, but always abounding with the author's trade mark generosity of spirit. Families, friends, lovers and the lonely, all are drawn with affection and wisdom.* Elsa makes a Christmas wish at the Statue of Liberty which comes true in a most unexpected way.* Amy opts for the simple life when Dan bites off more than he can chew.* Frankie uses an unexpected trip with Robert to find out what she really wants from their relationship.* Victor, a self-confessed hopeless romantic, accompanies a friend to Australia with no thought of love on his mind.* Nick and Janet meet at the Sydney Fish Markets...everything seems perfect, what could go wrong?* Victoria imagines what it would mean to her widowed father to join her in his beloved Paris for a weekend.* Bran enters a competition to broaden his horizons.

White Tigers of Brigantia: 4 Book Box Set

Lisa Daniels - 2018
     The White Tiger Shifter Series is full of magic and dangers as women with magical abilities pair up with white tiger shifter guardians. The code of mystics and the Order of Guardians forbids romantic entanglements, but nature doesn’t follow their rules. As different pairs risk their lives to protect loved ones, each other, and a nation, romance is almost inevitable. Book 1 – Callie’s Guardian Book 2 – Iris’s Guardian Book 3 – Alexis’s Guardian Book 4 – Freya’s Guardian With over 30k per story, you will be rooting for the characters to overcome the danger to find their HEA. AUTHOR’S NOTE: This is a stand alone paranormal romance with an HEA. This ebook contains mature themes and language, intended for 18+ readers only.

Lynne Reid Banks: Return of the Indian, Secret of the Indian, Mystery of the Cupboard, Indian in the Cupboard

Lynne Reid Banks - 1982
    Including all four Indian in the Cupboard titles, this set features The Indian in the Cupboard, The Return of the Indian, The Secret of the Indian and The Mystery of the Cupboard in the Camelot edition format.

The Works of Andre Norton

Andre Norton - 2009
    12 stories by science fiction author Andre Norton, together in one collection, with an active table of contents:The Defiant AgentsThe Gifts of AstiKey Out of TimePlague ShipRalestone LuckRebel SpursRide Proud, Rebel!Star BornStar HunterStorm Over WarlockThe Time TradersVoodoo Planet

Freak Show (Horror Writers of America)

F. Paul Wilson - 1992
    Cupp, Kathryn Ptacek, Douglas Borton, Morgan Fields, Richard Lee Byers, and others.

Belly Up

Rita Bullwinkel - 2018
    Throughout these grotesque and tender stories, characters question the bodies they've been given and what their bodies require to be sustained.“At the intersection of the surreal and the real, Rita Bullwinkel has carved out a unique space in which the mundane and the strange cohabitate and sometimes frolic. The sharp, precise writing and careful observations of the human condition in her excellent first collection Belly Up signal the debut of a major new talent.” —Jeff VanderMeer“These stunning stories take place in the spaces between ordinary objects and events. They are mysterious, strange, and fearlessly funny in their expression of human isolation, and they contain the existential surprises of great literature. Belly Up is a powerful debut by an unusually gifted writer.” —Lorrie Moore“Bullwinkel's delightful, passionate stories of disturbance and worried words have the best kind of frenetic energy.” —Deb Olin Unferth