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Kinda Super Gay by Billy Higgins

Wow. Um, if you could stop with the whole "super villain" thing, that'd be great.

Being an 18-year-old “adult” is hard enough. Being a gay super powered adult? Nearly impossible. Join Sarah Martin as she navigates an insane world filled with sentient gorillas, passionate patriots, and quip-slinging demons. Watch as she deals with all these shenanigans while trying to figure out just what it means to be gay. . . .

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Mayan Calendar Girls by Team 2012

An Episode Each Week Until The End Of The World

A four book countdown until the Mayan Calendar’s last date, 20/12/2012. A rambling maze of several connecting stories, all involving some attractive young women and wild-assed guys. And all, without knowing it, in pursuit of the mystery of the End Of Time. The lovely young Mayanologist, the rapacious lesbian industrial spy, the ReElect Obama manipulators, the dolphin groupie, . . .

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The Star and the Ocean by Maggie Derrick

May is an outsider seeking redemption on her island home. Em is an alluring stranger with an incredible secret. When May discovers Em washed up on the beach, it sets in motion the unraveling of everything she thought she wanted. But as Em’s past starts to catch up with her, May finds herself facing a difficult choice: . . .

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Godpunk by Billy Higgins

A Tale of Swords, Sorcery, and the No-Good Journalist Who Saw It All

From George Royce, the journalist who covered the godkillings, comes this revelatory look at the end of the world. Godpunk covers the shootings at Jewell’s Damned, his meeting with the Death Cult in the ruins of the Metal Dragon Bones, and the friendship he forms with the Angel of Death. . . .

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Earworm by The Keeper

He's the boy of your... nightmares.

William Knight is a high school misfit with the ability to control people’s dreams. When he falls for Hope Ferretti, the most popular girl in school, William tries to woo her in her subconscious mind, bringing to life her greatest desires—including the one thing she wants more than anything else. But when Hope falls for football star Joel Fitch, William . . .

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With Drawn by The Keeper

Sometimes the best defense against bullying is to be with drawn.

Being an adolescent with Asperger’s Syndrome would be challenging for anyone, but Jacob Grist has more problems to deal with in his day to day life. Jacob’s father died four years ago, and the man his mother married is even crueler than the bullies that continually target him in school. Jacob’s only solace is his exceptional artistic ability. When he . . .

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Umbra: The Horror by Alex Davidson

Simon and Claudia are both sent to Deton Academy for Troubled Youth for their behavior in the past. They are hoping to complete one year, and get out forever. However, when Simon finds a piece of paper accusing Dean Carter of murdering tons of students, the two new friends must figure out what happened to the accuser and what he . . .

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The Haventon Chronicles by Becka Sutton

For the Haventon Born life is seldom simple

Two years ago, David discovered the existence of vampires when his favorite sister fell victim to one. He has been hunting them in his home town of Haventon ever since. Now, as tragedy strikes his family yet again and a botched hunt reveals him to one of his targets, the last thing he needs is responsibility for a novice hunter . . .

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Telepaths: The Park Slope Conspiracy by J. A. Platt

A botched escape from a mental asylum lands an undercover agent in custody and reveals a plot to destroy the nation’s telepaths.

Incumbent Senator Tom Gates has assembled a team to dig into his opponent’s darkest secret. Leading the team is Elise Atwood, a rare non-telepath born into an all-telepathic family, the Senator’s trusted Communications Advisor—and if the investigation doesn’t pan out—his scapegoat. From the FBI the Senator recruits Agent Carl Childers, a seasoned telepathic interrogator whose wife’s high-risk pregnancy may prove . . .

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Project: Freeflow by Thomas Knapp and Mary Ebert

On August 15, 2110 at 0927 ZULU, the asteroid body Volstock 22-AAE collided with the Earth fifty-one kilometers north of the Los Angeles metropolis in what was then the province of the same name. The asteroid wasn’t particularly large, only a little over one hundred and twenty meters at its widest, and even though the asteroid in and of . . .

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Tin Man by Samantha Lynn

Necromancer Robling Tremare has a golem — a construct spun from a suit of plate armor, enchanted to serve as Robling’s bodyguard while he wanders the world in search of whoever or whatever has slain all his kin. After two years of fruitless inquiries Robling’s finally stumbled upon a lead; now, with the help of a mercenary archer who has . . .

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The Turned by Kase Villand

Jameson is a teenager in a world where most people are lucky to live past 30 years. His village is assaulted nightly by The Turned, walking dead that are infectious right down to their fingernails. Everyone lives in constant fear of being caught unprotected, and becoming Turned themselves. But when Jameson is infected, it doesn’t kill him- instead of killing . . .

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