Coming out feels like an impossible task to sixteen-year-old Harper Green, who’s about to spend an entire week squished together with her big family at the beach in Heron’s Point. All Harper has ever wanted was love and acceptance, but fear of rejection forces her biggest secret deeper inside until one day she can’t hold it in any longer.
With encouragement from her new friend Heather, Harper confronts her true feelings and shares a part of her she thought would remain in the dark forever. Will Harper be accepted for who she is or will her fears come to light? Return to your favorite faces and places in this fifth novella in the Heron’s Point series.
Tina Crocker is having the best day of her life as she performs at the school’s largest talent show. She kills it. Literally. The moment she steps off stage: Tina Crocker croaks and ends up in… Dead School.
How far would you go to discover who you really are?
Twenty-five year old Julia and Ania are best-friends who share everything. But there comes a time when you must do something all by yourself: discover who you really are. Outgrow your old skin and become an adult. And for Julia and Ania, that time is now. Both will be shaken by destinies unasked for: hidden family secrets, forbidden passions, riveting mysteries, shocking pain. In this pivotal moment in time, life will alter them forever. They will never be the same.
From their homes in Toronto, Canada, to the vineyards of Vignale Monferrato, Italy, and the charms of Cracow, Poland, no distance is too far in the quest for the meaning of love, family and self.
Jesse Minkin is a study-mad Harvard hopeful. Anything that could possibly distract him from this goal is just petty teenage drama to him, including romance. His two best friends since childhood—the popular jock and the intimidating bad boy—have created the perfect shield for him, behind which he can safely practice his nerdy ways without harassment from bullies. However, when he meets the openly gay target of a violent hate crime, Jesse begins to see beyond his textbooks; perhaps there’s educational merit in petty teenage drama after all, and not all learning leads to Harvard.
(contains mature language and references to drug use)
When seventeen-year-old Jory Pike cannot shake the hellish nightmares of her parent’s deaths, she turns to an old family heirloom, a dream catcher. Even though she’s half blood Chippewa, Jory thinks old Indian lore is so yesterday, but she’s willing to give it a try. However, the dream catcher has had its fill of nightmares from an ancient and violent past. After a sleepover party, and during one of Jory’s most horrific dream episodes, the dream catcher implodes, sucking Jory and her three friends into its own world of trapped nightmares. They’re in an alternate universe—locked inside of an insane web world. How can they find the center of the web, where all good things are allowed to pass?
For Samantha, life isn’t fair, not even close. Now in new foster care, and a new school, emptiness and loneliness consume her.
This new family has promise, but it’s hard for her to hope for things. Can this family’s love be enough to give Samantha a chance to start over?
The chronic nightmares are not helping. If only she could end the suffering of reliving that tragic night, unable to alter the outcome.
In an unexpected twist of events, Samantha finds herself in The Land of Good Dreams. Where animals talk, flowers giggle, and light overcomes darkness.
This world offers her amazing adventures with unique friendships, especially with the boy she shares a close connection with. There is something special about this place, and the more time she spends there, the spark of hope grows.
If you love uplifting stories and engaging characters, with some enchanting fantasy, this book is for you.
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A tragic accident leaves the Simmons Family reeling. Their summer trip to the beach tries to heal all wounds, but unfortunately, they can’t outrun grief. Can Maggie bring her family back together, while figuring out her own problems? Will Elijah ever be welcomed back into the family? Salty air, friends, and family come together to overcome the biggest hardship of their lives in this third installment of Carrie Baker’s Heron’s Point series.
Marcus and his twin sister, Ellie, live in the loft above their grandparents’ magic shop–the one all the rumors are about. He’s all too familiar with the hand buzzers, card tricks, and fake vomit kits. He thought he had seen it all until he stumbles upon his grandfather hiding something in a secret room behind the family tapestry.
Now Marcus and Ellie must unravel a dirty laundry list of family secrets, and are thrown into a sinister world that has been hidden from them their entire lives. Not only is the family business a front, but Marcus has to develop his powers before the Dun-Bahr find him and assimilate the magic he was born to protect.
How will Marcus evade his enemies, and save his family?
It all comes down to what’s hidden at the Magic Shop.
When a young boy Syrdan arrives to a mythical city of Averot’h, everything seems perfect. Both humans and wizards live here in peace and harmony, four Spires shine brightly high in the skies, wizards cruise the air on their tephirs and an Arena, a place of a magic tournament, is just amazing…
But within the City of Mages, something is badly wrong. What was meant to be a brief trip turns into a battle to save his brother, his new love and his own life from the most powerful of mages…
An entertaining young adult novella from a unique fantasy world is just the first book of the Averot’h saga.
“The world that Tully has created is an elaborate place full of action and heart.” —The Entertainer
A 2017 Kindle Book Review Award Finalist! –The first installment in this epic YA SciFi trilogy will leave you hungry for more…
“A timely, fun sci-fi series with a strong female protagonist. A blast for teens and adults alike.” – G.G. Silverman, Author, Vegan Teenage Zombie Huntress
Fifteen-year-old Sunny Price dreams of being an Olympic gymnast, but thanks to the worst custody agreement in the universe, she finds out she’s half-alien and is exiled to her absentee-mother’s home planet. She has to give up her friends and elite gymnastics career to live with a mother who only wants to give orders? This. Sucks.
When Sunny arrives on environmentally ravaged planet Macawi, her green, chlorophyll hair is the only thing keeping her alive as she tries to adapt in a huge clan of female warriors in the desert country of Afaar. Between her bullying Faarian cousins, water rationing, ravaging alien birds, and racial tensions with the nearest (but kind of cute) neighbors, Sunny just wants to get home to Earth. But when her unique DNA makes Sunny the target of blood-sucking kidnappers, her mother saves her and is arrested for murder. As much as she wants to go home, can Sunny just abandon her dictatorial mother, even if staying means risking her own life? Can Sunny accept who she really is in time to save her mother and herself?