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A Turn of Curses by Melanie Nilles
The Jynx by Kenneth C. Crowe
The Dream Dancer by Kenneth C. Crowe
Greenstone & Ironwood by Luke Webster
Call of the Herald by Brian Rathbone
Squirrel Girl by Barbara Marquardt
Arcadia Snips and the Steamwork Consortium by Robert C. Rodgers
Lost Tales of Power - Vol I: The Enemy of an Enemy by Vincent Trigli
Fair Semblances by Nathan Pitchford
If I Were You by L. Ron Hubbard
Seasons of Shadow by Charles Roland Berry
HEWN (Ultimate Fantasy Series - Vol. 1) by J.G. Cuff
I AM ADAM by James Twerell
World of Ryyah: Kerala, and Akenji’s Adventure by H. L. Watson
World of Ryyah: Birth of the Half Elves by H. L. Watson
Findo Gask: Goblin Detective by Trevor Hopkins
Findo Gask: Gumshoe Glamours by Trevor Hopkins
The Pelican King by Bruce van Aardt
Into Her Own by Amanda Winters
A Matter of Time by Amanda Winters
Retribution by Amanda Winters
Prophesy of Atlantis by Amanda Winters
The Green Door by V. A. Jeffrey
The Pumpkin Princess by V. A. Jeffrey
Assam & Darjeeling by T.M. Camp
Secret Sidewalk by Tom Lichtenberg
The Adventures of Black Mask & Pale Rider by Tim Holtorf
Deserted Cities of the Heart by Lewis Shiner
Gitano & the Princess by Lisa Arnopp
The Demon Girl an Urban Fantasy by Penelope Fletcher

An excerpt from Kenneth C. Crowe's fantasy book, The Dream Dancer: As Dr. Horowitz said in her book, the ability of the Okwe to survive a war against the Americans effectively disappeared over 150 years ago. Two great visions had saved the Okwe from being obliterated or shoved west: the one that led to the treaty and Sheehays’ prediction of an apocalypse of blood pouring over the falls. The water stopped falling ergo the current red alert: the treaty was dead. Dr. Horowitz somehow reached the conclusion that he was the Uthayatkwa ...