“Burn Bright” by Bec McMaster

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Burn Bright

by Bec McMaster

Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy/Mythology & Folk Tales/Fairy Tales

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A handsome prince. A dangerous wolf shifter. And a quest to hunt a mythical Firebird…

Neva Bane knows better than to enter the Gravenwold Woods. Monsters and witches lurk there, and those who enter don’t come out.

But when a handsome young prince arrives in her village, on a quest to hunt the Firebird within the woods, Neva has no choice but to guide him—or see her ailing father forced to do so instead.

The king is dying. The only thing that can save him is the heart of the Firebird. But the deeper into the forest they go, the more Neva learns about the Firebird’s secrets… Neva must sabotage the hunt if she’s to prevent a magical war, but her only potential allies are a wolf shifter who drives her crazy, and a witch with an agenda of her own.

Can Neva save her world from the darkness they’ve unleashed—or is it too late?

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“Savage (Badland Heroes Book 1)” by Robyn Wideman

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Savage (Badland Heroes Book 1)

by Robyn Wideman

Genre: Fantasy/Sword & Sorcery/Mythology & Folk Tales

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When the attacks started, Prince Astar hired an investigator to solve the crimes. When the third investigator went missing he knew he had to try something different. He decided to hire Kyra, a smart and sassy woman, who also happens to be a thief.

Kyra wants the job, it pays well and is far more interesting than sneaking around and copying people’s signatures. But she has no intention of being the fourth dead investigator, so she needs protection.

Kyra turns to the one man even mercenaries fear: Bazur, a solitary mercenary half-orc, infamous for his barroom brawls.
Together they might solve the problem of the mysterious attacks on the prince’s associates, but only if they can ignore the building chemistry between them and survive the attacks on their lives!

(* For readers of the Stoneblood and Dragonblood Sagas: This story contains adult situations and violence and is not intended for younger readers.*)

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“The Kishi (Tales from Esowon Book 1)” by Antoine Bandele

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The Kishi (Tales from Esowon Book 1)

by Antoine Bandele

Genre: African/Mythology & Folktales/Folklore

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A bloodthirsty demon. A pacifist monk with a deadly past. How much will he sacrifice to overcome unspeakable evil?

An African fantasy based on the Angola folklore of the kishi!

The Kishi—shape-shifting demons who lure young women to gruesome deaths.

They can’t be real, can they?

Something has slain a villager, and the locals point their fingers at Amana, a pacifist monk running from his dark past.

But Amana knows there’s something else, something much darker, lurking in the village.

Can he save the village, his name, and his principles? To save one would mean the sacrifice of the others, if he has the strength.

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“Closed at Dark: A Novella (The Soren Chase Series)” by Rob Blackwell

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Closed at Dark: A Novella (The Soren Chase Series)

by Rob Blackwell

Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy/Paranormal & Urban/Mythology & Folklore/Fairy Tales

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When a mysterious creature targets a young boy, only paranormal investigator Soren Chase can stop it. But can Soren save the boy in time?

For Soren, the case is personal. The boy’s father was John Townes, Soren’s best friend who died in a supernatural attack several years earlier. Soren will do anything to save John’s son, but he must act fast. Because the kidnapper has a mission of his own, and he’s willing to destroy anyone who gets in his way…

A prequel to the full-length novel The Forest of Forever, Closed at Dark is a self-contained novella that can be enjoyed by anyone who loves urban fantasy, mystery and suspense.

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“Tales of Ever After: A Fellowship of Fantasy Anthology”

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Tales of Ever After: A Fellowship of Fantasy Anthology

by H. L. Burke, Alex McGilvery, L. Palmer, Kristen S. Walker, Gretchen E.K. Engel), Ashley Capes, Annie Louise Twitchell, Arthur Daigle, D. G. Driver (Author), J.M. Hackman, Sarah Ashwood, Savannah Jezowski, Kendra E. Ardnek, Emily Martha Sorensen, Lia London, E. J. Kitchens

Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy/Mythology & Folktales/Fairy Tales/Short Stories & Anthology

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Rescue a princess, meet a mermaid, win your reward.

The authors of the Fellowship of Fantasy tackle fairy tales from once upon a time to happily ever after. Explore twists on old tales and brand new magical stories. Meet feisty mermaids, friendly lampposts, and heroes who just might be monsters themselves.

This fourth anthology from the Fellowship of Fantasy will lead you on a quest for entertainment and storm the castle of your imagination. So make a wish and enter the deep dark woods to find stories that will make you laugh, shiver, and maybe even fall in love.

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“Steampunk Fairy Tales” by Various Authors

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Steampunk Fairy Tales

by Various Authors

Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy/Mythology & Folktales/Anthologies & Short Stories

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A toy shop owner builds a set of magic clockwork dolls that delight a factory town. A three-inch tall samurai faces a giant iron ogre with only a sewing needle and a coin. A scientist seeks an antidote to his formula gone wrong, with the help of his partner’s beautiful daughter.

All of these stories and more are included in Steampunk Fairy Tales. Written by authors from three different continents–David T. Allen, Leslie Anderson, Ashley Capes, Angela Castillo, Chris Champe, Allison Latzko, Daniel Lind, and Heather White— every enchanting tale combines the futuristic Victorian concept of steam and fashion with memorable stories, from the recognizable Jack and the Beanstalk, to other popular and unfamiliar works from Germany, France, Italy and Japan.

With steam driven gadgets such as mechanical goggles, hover-boards, and an orchestra of automatons. Steampunk Fairy Tales is a charming and unique collection of works for current lovers of the genre, and those just diving in.

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“Magic Kingdom: Issue #2” by Zenith Publishing

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Magic Kingdom: Issue #2

by Zenith Publishing

Genre: Children/Science Fiction & Fantasy/Mythology & Folklore/Fairy Tales

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“Magic Kingdom” is a rich mix of delightful tales and entertaining activities that make this magazine ideal for preschool children and children of primary school age. Your child will be fascinated by bright and colorful illustrations.

Our magazine is specially designed for little hands and growing minds; it will inspire your kids to make their first attempts in reading, painting, drawing, writing. Also, it will encourage your child to play, imagine and explore with his friends. Interesting practical tasks, recipes to cook together with Mums, home workshops and board games give your children opportunity to enjoy time with parents, grandparents and loved ones.

Welcome to the wonderful world of good and wise tales, where everyone can find a pretty princess and naughty king, dwarves and fire-breathing dragons, all-powerful wizards and brave princes.


In this issue:

  • Fairy tale “With the power of pike”

  • Smart little tasks for little ones

  • Encyclopedia of fairy-tale characters. Tooth Fairy

  • Little cookery experts. Gingerbread house

  • Home workshop. Toys made of fibre felt

  • Playdough country

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