Changeling’s Clan: Book Three of the Falconcrest Chronicles

Changeling's Clan: Book Three of the Falconcrest Chronicles
When the King calls Lucan and his clan to rescue the five Kingdoms, weddings and love are set aside as the pack and family rallies to destroy those who would destroy the land. With techs challenging magic, help from a dragon called Melchior, led by a beastmaster, will Clan

Falconer survive to recover peace? You are going to miss bedtime tonight! $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Everything and Nothing

Everything and Nothing

When prophetic dreams and poems collaborate to thrust Idris, Navin, Michael, and Layla together out of the shadows of secrecy, one fateful event shows them how interconnected they have truly been all along. Through both prose and verse, Everything and Nothing tells the multi-narrative story of one pivotal summer during the lives of these four individuals as they grapple with family conflict, friendship, and individuality, with first love and second chances, with impermanence and spirituality, and with the sweeping awareness of mortality. Free on Kindle.

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Free: Finding Me Series

finding me YA series
Eight teens with extraordinary abilities are born on Earth. Unless they can stop an enemy that has plagued them through the multi-verse, they will die before their nineteenth birthday.

Seventeen-year-old Chloe Carmichael wishes someone had explained this sooner. With no knowledge of these other universes or the seven supernatural teens that come to her, she is expected to become this other person – Amanda.

Chloe struggles with becoming Amanda – she was already having issues with being Chloe. As she acclimates to this new life, Chris Thomas is more than happy to help her transition to her rightful self. The burden of being this other person is always at the forefront. When she starts becoming Amanda, and old enemies become old friends, she soon realizes she might not want to be Amanda at all. And if she doesn’t become Amanda – who will she be? Free to $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Matilda Seer

Matilda Seer

2020 Eric Hoffer Award recipient: Fantasy category honorable mention and shortlist finalist.

Rachel woke up on her sixteenth birthday dreading the day ahead. Little did she know that after being pulled into a mysterious mirror by an unknown force, she would emerge in a new realm and soon become Matilda Seer.

Every year on December 12th, twelve sixteen-year-old foster kids, all with the same birthday, are chosen to enter through ‘The Entrance’ that leads to the Inner Realm. For the past sixteen years, none have materialized – until now. To the shock of the Watchers only seven come through. Once there, new names appear on the teens’ foreheads, revealing unique abilities. For the first time two of the teens receive a second name, share identical birthmarks, speak telepathically, and are inexplicably drawn to each other. Rachel becomes Matilda Seer, the only known seer alive. The Watchers leave the Chosen, seeking out answers. But when a vision reveals to Matilda that they’ve been captured, the group leaves the safety of Quarry Cottage to rescue them. The Chosen must quickly learn to master their new powers in order to overcome terrifying creatures, such as the Nightlings. Then there’s the Nameless, and the murderous Lord Rafe…Free on Kindle.

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It’s Berkeley in the 1960s, and all Martha Goldenthal wants is to do well at Berkeley High and plan for college. But her home life is a cauldron of kooky ideas, impossible demands, and explosive physical violence. Her father, Jules, is an iconoclast who hates academia and can’t control his fists. Her mother, Willa, has made a career of victimhood and expects Martha and her siblings, Hildy and Drew, to fend for themselves. Meanwhile, Jules’s classical record store, located directly across the street from the U.C. Berkeley campus, is ground zero for riots and tear gas.

Martha perseveres with the help of her best friend, who offers laughter, advice about boys, and hospitality. But when Willa and Jules divorce and Jules loses his store and livelihood, Willa goes entirely off the rails. A heartless boarding school placement, eviction from the family home, and an unlikely custody case wind up putting Martha and Drew in Jules’s care. Can Martha stand up to her father to do the one thing she knows she must—go to college?

With its running “soundtrack” of classical recordings and rock music and its vivid scenes of Berkeley at its most turbulent, Shrug is the absorbing, harrowing, and ultimately uplifting story of one young woman’s journey toward independence. $0.99 on Kindle.

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