Firebolt

When Elena enrolls in a school like no other, she’s plunged into a world of magic. Now, she must face evil sorcerers, romantic dilemmas, and the challenge of riding her very own dragon… An exciting fantasy with over 3,200 five-star ratings on Goodreads!

Meet Adrienne Woods

Adrienne loves the fantasy genre and loves to create mythical creatures for her novels. Among her favorite are dragons. Firebolt is the first novel in the Dragonian Series. If she is not writing she is crafting or spending time with her children.

The Adventures of Ominous Crane

What kid doesn’t love having a blast with their grandfather? Especially when it’s blasting heads from Hallowed Men and witches from their brooms! Orin Crane surely does, as his grandfather is the world famous child adventurer, Ominous Crane! What’s this I hear you say? You have never heard of him. Well then let me clear things up right this moment! Ominous Crane has battled not only the dark spirits that prey on humanity, but also rock trolls, centaurs, dragons and a mysterious creature that lurks in the depths of the ocean! Now, I must warn you, that what hides inside of this book may scare you. Matter of fact, put down this book and walk away while you still can!

Meet R.C.J. Dwane

Rory C.J. Dwane is an author/artist living in the midlands of Ireland. He writes fiction in the genres Children, Fantasy, Horror and Literary (for now). As a child, Rory’s favourite stories brought him many hours of joy, such as J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series, Terry Goodkind’s Sword of Truth series, Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials, the fabulous Asterix and Obelix comics, and many, many more! He is currently finishing his first Fantasy novel, Tale of a Blackbird, and also has recently finished his first children’s graphic novel, The Adventures of Ominous Crane, for ages middle grade and older, which he is self-illustrating. When he is not writing, he enjoys music, art, food, and hiking in the woods with his family and dog.

Fair Wind

Lored and his companions are on a rescue mission but first they have to endure a sea voyage. “I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. It’s a beautifully written story and I find all of the characters interesting. The descriptions, particularly of the sea voyage, were fabulous. I can feel myself being present in the places described. There are lots of hints of problems to come and foreshadowing which all adds to a sense of mystery.” E Baxter Lored and Otta are struck down with seasickness. Tari finds herself nursing a man she fears and a woman she hates. And Erl has worries of his own… Can the companions conceal Otta’s kaerling heritage when they land on the Isle of Kiros? And, how will Lored find the herb woman who has the remedy he and Otta will need when they set sail again in pursuit of the kaerlings? Thwarted at every turn, Lored finds himself agreeing to help the Kirridians without even knowing what needs to be done. Everything seems to be against the companions; how will they overcome the obstacles in their path? Fair Wind follows the travels of Lored, Tari, Otta and Erl as they seek to rescue two people who have been abducted by the evil kaerlings. This is the eighth volume in the epic fantasy saga that is The Kaerling.

Meet Freya Pickard

Pushcart Prize nominee, Freya Pickard is the quirky, unusual author of The Kaerling series, an epic fantasy set in the strange and wonderful world of Nirunen. A cancer survivor, she writes mainly dark fantasy tales and creates expressive poetry in order to rest the prose side of her brain. Her aim in life is to enchant, entertain and engage with readers through her writing. She finds her inspiration in the ocean, the moors, beautifully written books and vinyl music (particularly heavy metal and rock). Her most recent relaxation techniques to get her through lockdown include hatha yoga and painting landscapes and monsters in watercolour.

Magic Inc.

Say the right words in just the right way, and step through a mirror into Mana Valley. A pocket dimension hidden on Oriceran.

Are you in need of high tech wands, Shifter apps, services for the dark internet or other magical technology? Well, take a chance and enter. All that and more can be found here.

Could there be a competitor on the horizon?

Fran Jackson is a clever witch with big dreams of being a magi-tech entrepreneur and the know how to make things happen. But a dark past buried in her family’s legacy may get in the way.

Magical monsters have begun crossing through the mirrors and attacking Fran’s employees.

Something dark is stirring under Mana Valley and what it wants could transform the world in terrible ways.

Will Fran and the old lineage of Evermores be able to put a stop to it before it’s too late for both worlds?

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Setting Fires with Dragons – the COMPLETE SERIES

If Buffy owned a dragon…

Over 1600+ pages of magic and mayhem, action and humor fill this snarky urban fantasy boxed set.

“They say revenge is best served cold…

Personally, I like mine served with a side of dragon fire.”

All I ever wanted was to be an acrobat in the circus. Then my family was killed by vampires and plans changed.

I became a vigilante, instead.

I still perform. My dragon, Percy, and I take to the skies in the greatest show you’ve ever seen.

Seeing this sassy Kansas girl cracking whips on the back of a dragon sure does draw in a crowd. Not that I allow their adulations (and tips) stop me from seeking what I truly crave. Vengeance.

We’ve hunted down the murderous vampires to New Orleans.

Seems they’ve been up to horrible things since killing my parents… and if I don’t stop them, no one will.

Time to set the vamps’ world on fire.


If you like ever wanted to know Buffy the Vampire Slayer would have been like if she owned a dragon, then Setting Fires with Dragons will blow you away.

“Mythology, satire, and brutal honesty. Vance delivers a knockout punch of fun and fearlessness in every last one of his books. Not only does he make you laugh, he makes you think. That’s a rare combination that few authors ever achieve, and Vance does it splendidly.” — John P. Logsdon, author of the Paranormal Police Department series.

What Amazon readers are saying:

★★★★★ ‘Urban Fantasy at its best.’

★★★★★ ‘Irritatingly unputdownable.’

★★★★★ ‘Refreshing in its uniqueness.’

★★★★★ ‘Boy was this long overdue! I was just whining to my husband about how everyone seems to be working from the same book outline when this little gem popped up.’

★★★★★ ‘Great world building.’

★★★★★ ‘Really enjoyable story. I went directly to Book 2.’

★★★★★ ‘Genuine giggles on every page.’

★★★★★ ‘Oh I needed that … Something different.’

★★★★★ ‘Ex-vampires, avatars, fae, and humans just trying to get along … Make time to sit down and read through in one sitting.’


Meet S.W. Clarke and Ramy Vance

Ramy Vance is the creator of the GoneGod World – a universe dedicated to myth, magic, mischief and mayhem. He lives in Edinburgh with his wife, demonic baby, monstrous 5-year old and imaginary dog.

Terrified, he pretty much stays in his office and writes.

Love Spell

Jennifer is your typical high school girl with two differences. One, she lives in the small town of Richmont where non-mortals live in secret amongst the mortals. And two, she is a Morris Witch. A daughter of the most powerful lineage of witches but whose fate for love is utterly cursed. When mysterious Emerick rolls into town on the hunt for a demon killer, Jennifer finds herself in the very thick of trouble. But the actions of Jennifer and Emerick will not only have serious implications on their own lives, but also on her soulmate, Sebastian Colby, the wolf whose fate will always be tied to her own.

Meet Reign Atkins

Driven on her quest for female-empowerment, Reign is an Australian writer with a passion for telling action, fantasy, comedy and Sci-Fi stories to a worldwide audience. Reign had her first novel published by a New York publishing company in 2019. Not long after, her love for superhero shows and desire to see female heroic protagonists written authentically, compelled her to expand into film and TV. She has studied both creative writing and publishing on top of her Bachelor of Digital Media. In her spare time, Reign loves spending time with her family, playing video games and bingeing television. Her guilty pleasure is for telenovelas.

The Mage’s Devotion

The Northern Alliance and the nations to the south seem to be in a never-ending cycle of war and destruction. Flynn Matthews, a typical farm boy, unfortunately finds himself at a geographical disadvantage during these war times, as he experiences a terrible childhood tragedy which flings him into a world of chaos and magic. After suffering his loss, he is taken in by a local temple to apprentice in the magical arts. When his apprenticeship ends, he is tasked to a secret assignment which is riddled with supernatural complications.

Meet Rich O’Toole

I wrote this series for my love of LITRPG’s, but I often find that many LITRPG’s simply can’t convince me to care enough about the world or the characters. I think this is because the genre is a bit too strict to the gaming structure, and the world just doesn’t seem real enough. I have found a few books that do a better job at this than others, but what I really wanted, was a legitimate fantasy story with slight hints toward gaming mechanics. I think that the gaming world can offer a lot in terms of new takes on magic and the fantasy genre at large, and I hope that I can convince others of this as well. May you enjoy this series as much as I have during the creation of it.

Bride of the Crimson Queen

Kami, a novice fire sorceress, never wanted to fight. She already lost her mother, the great fire sorceress Arkemi, to the forces of darkness. While the world sees a fallen hero, Kami is riddled with regret and bitterness—struggling to understand what she died for.
Although heroes may persevere, darkness never truly fades; it merely waits for a chance to return. The Crimson Queen, a powerful vampire that once laid claim to Kami’s town, Fortuna, is back. Struck with fear, the townspeople prepare to evacuate. Alice, Kami’s best friend and vampire hunter, urges her to follow suit. She warns her that the Queen’s power is too great for them to challenge on their own. The Crimson Queen’s formidable power is also augmented by the legions of minions who assist her in her dirty business. Kami refuses, unable to leave her home—the last remaining link she has to her late mother.
But danger travels fast. Alice is bitten by one of the Queen’s vampire minions. Unless that vampire is destroyed within seven days, Alice will become their mindless servant. Unwilling to lose someone else she loves, Kami decides to join a group of hunters hired by the town’s Mayor to eradicate the Queen for good.
These minions have powers Kami’s never seen before and the skills to match it. Will her unwavering determination and raw strength be enough to save her friend and town in the process? She may have less than seven days to find out.


Meet Keri Moore

Keri Moore is the author of “The Fox Demon’s Kiss.” She works for the city by day and writes novels during her spare time. She received a bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature from Smith College and a master’s degree in International Affairs and Global Justice from Brooklyn College. She was born and raised in Brooklyn where she currently calls home. When she’s not writing, she can be found curled up in bed reading a book, cooking, taking walks through Prospect Park, watching Japanese animation, reading a manga, or taking a much needed catnap.

The Witch and the Guillotine

After narrowly escaping the horrors of the Salem witch trials, Lilly Parris comes of age in 18th Century France, where she is pampered by Louis XVI and pursued by one of history’s greatest fiends: Maximilien Robespierre, the monster who sent thousands of innocent men, women and children to the guillotine.

“The Witch and the Guillotine” is a fast-paced, brand-new take on the French Revolution.


The Game of War

Standalone, full-size prequel to the Gold Medal Winner of the 2021 Readers’ Favorite Award for YA Epic Fantasy. Never meet your heroes—especially if they’re dead. Dantess wants to follow in the footsteps of his dead grandfather—a legendary priest of War—but his father forbids it. In fact, his father’s hatred of War lands him in a cell within the god’s temple. The only way to free him is from the inside, so Dantess must choose: let his father die or defy his upbringing, become a priest, and win his father’s freedom in the temple’s deadly Game of War. Torn between the legacies of his father and grandfather, Dantess finds that both paths hide secrets that threaten to destroy everything he cares about, including his sanity. Percy Jackson enters the Game of Thrones in what reviewers are calling, “one hell of an action-packed thrill ride.” It’s a don’t-miss page-turner full of mysterious magic, crafty competitions, and plenty of pirates! “Riveting and compelling, a must-read for any fan of fantasy literature.” —Barbara Blackburn, Knights of the Dinner Table

Meet Glen Dahlgren

Glen Dahlgren is the award-winning author of the acclaimed book series, the Chronicles of Chaos, which fantasy legend Piers Anthony called “what fantasy fiction should be”. His debut novel, the Child of Chaos, was the Gold Medal Winner of the 2021 Readers’ Favorite Award for YA Epic Fantasy. Glen has also written, designed, directed, and produced critically-acclaimed, narrative-driven computer games for the last three decades. What’s more, he had the honor of creating original fantasy and science-fiction storylines that took established, world-class literary properties into interactive experiences. He collaborated with celebrated authors Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman (The Death Gate Cycle), Robert Jordan (The Wheel of Time – now a TV series from Amazon), Frederik Pohl (Heechee saga), Terry Brooks (Shannara), and Piers Anthony (Xanth) to bring their creations to the small screens. In addition, he crafted licensor-approved fiction for the Star Trek franchise as well as Stan Sakai’s epic graphic novel series, Usagi Yojimbo.