Living Life Unfiltered: A Teen Boy’s Handbook for Navigating Teenage Years by Anders Bennett: This eBook is designed as a trusted companion for teen boys on their transformative journey. It’s not just a book; it’s a roadmap, a mentor, and a friend. It delves into philosophical ideas, not as abstract concepts, but as practical tools to navigate the complex landscape of teenage years for young adults. We hope teen boys will like this eBook.
Mutinous Miles and the Deathly Tunnels (Mutinous Miles Book 1) by J. S. Lome: James Williams dreams of a pirate land South of Antarctica where castle ships roam in treasure-hunting convoys. One morning, he finds his dreams are true. The pirate world called Murkria does exist, but the only way to get there is by surviving a dangerous pirate’s trial.
Aunt Clara’s Secrets (Grace Dawson Series Book 1) by K.J. McCall: Aunt Clara always had the saddest face. She never married, lived alone, rarely left the house except to teach a bunch of kids. Nobody understood her including me, Grace Dawson, and I was her only niece. That’s how it was until a curious day in the spring of 1951 when Aunt Clara lay dying in the hospital with secrets still to tell and chose me to hear them.
The Tethering (The Tethering Book 1) by Megan O’Russell: All he wants is to win her love. A dark spell may separate them forever. Wizards are under attack, and Jacob and Emilia find themselves at the center of a battle that will decide the survival of magic. Facing an enemy that can shatter their souls, will they find love or be devoured by flames?
The Modern Teen’s Playbook by Alla Kesser Gross: This groundbreaking book for today’s digital age covers traditional etiquette and the essential art of netiquette. Mastering this dynamic duo can boost your teen’s self-confidence, create pivotal, lasting impressions, and open life-changing doors. Grab your copy today to transform your teen’s life, and invest in their bright future!
The Manor She Left Behind by Catherine Gupta: After the passing of her beloved mother Mae, Addy struggles to find her bearings. Then Addy receives an unexpected gift from her mom: Addy is now the owner of a lakeside manor in Forest Hills, North Carolina. The Manor She Left Behind is an uplifting story about discovering peace amid the pain — and the importance of finding the joy.
Finger of an Angel by Panayotis Cacoyannis: After a romp in a North London forest, 60-odd-year-old Lily drives off in her classic Mercedes and takes a wrong turn, experiencing a series of encounters with angels and demons and ghosts from the past… “an exceptional novel… erudite, richly layered, and unsettling” Kirkus Reviews.
A Reverie Tale: Borderlands and Transience by Anna M. Tusk: Follow Lilly-Anne’s struggle to fit in, build friendships and come to terms with the truth of her past, while an undercurrent of chaos threatens the worlds. Explore the limits of human free will, pitted against a godly power that predetermines everything that has ever been, is, and will be: Fate. Yet is Fate real, or a made-up political power ploy?
Girl of Flesh and Metal (Flesh and Metal Book 1) by Alicia Ellis: Her arm’s AI makes her sleepwalk. Her classmates die while she sleeps. Is she a target—or a suspect? Marissa Meyer’s Cinder meets Netflix’s Black Mirror in this YA sci-fi murder mystery with a twisty ending you won’t forget. Don’t miss the first self-published book to make the American Library Association’s Sci-Fi Notable Young Adult Books List.
The Curious Case of the Canadian Cryptids (The Creature Collection Book 1) by Avery Greaves: Join cryptozoologist Dr. William Maxwell for his first adventure! He is asked to help resolve yet another sasquatch incident in British Columbia. Always keen to lend a hand, he backs his bags and sails the Seven Seas. Along the way, he will encounter other magical, fantastical, & mythological beings that call Canada their home and native land!
My Magical Body (The Magic of Me Series) by Becky Cummings & Nejla Shojaie: Inspire children to discover the wonder of their bodies and care for them with love and gratitude. My Magical Body teaches kids that their bodies are miracle machines, able to heal, grow, and explore this amazing world. It also reminds children about body boundaries. My Magical Body is book 8 in The Magic of Me, a series of personal growth books to empower young children to be healthy and happy.
Book Alert! by Ted Clifton: It’s the 1950s in middle America. A mystery has developed in Johnny’s hometown, and he is in the middle. Johnny knows he is in trouble because of the books he “borrowed” from the school library. The books he took are the key to finding the treasure. Great fun, full of intrigue and action, soon the mystery will be solved — at least Johnny hopes so.
The Burning Bandit by Lauren Louise Hazel: The Burning Bandit is the story of two boys, whose past and present are entwined by destiny and shattered by betrayal. The world is governed by Chi, the use of the spiritual arts, and the manipulation of the four elements: Water, Earth, Fire, and Air. General’s strange disappearance sets them all on a magical adventure…
Curses of Scale (Evercharm Book 1) by S.D. Reeves: Niena is just a teenager trying to find her way after the dragon that shattered the empire awakens again. On her trail are her army veteran grandfather, the lord of the fairies, and the husband she won’t meet for 15 years. To save her family, she’ll have to find a way to kill the dragon. But if she kills the dragon, she is cursed to become it.
Saint Jerk by D.J. Dixon: A Catholic eighth grader hilariously tells the tales of his deeds gone heroically right and horrifically wrong as he bungles his way through a school project, learning unexpected lessons about his faith and its meaning in his life in a story that’s as provocative as it is hysterical!
Compulsion (The Submerged Sun Series Prequel) by Vanessa Garden: Nada’s life is forever changed when handsome stranger, Frano Tollin, whisks her away to the glittering underwater city of Marin, promising her a life of adventure and love. But when Frano’s obsession with the merfolk takes a dark turn, Nada finds solace in the forbidden arms of Lukas, Frano’s mute younger brother, which results in dire consequences
Peacekeeper’s Passage (Peacekeeper’s Passage Book 1) by Wayne Meyers: In a dystopian guild-centric world, Hofen is thrilled to become an apprentice peacekeeper a year early, until he discovers he’s forbidden to learn the martial arts skills peacekeepers use to protect themselves. Faced with bullies at every turn and a growing plot to overthrow their very way of life, he’ll have to break the rules in order to survive.
Paranormal Bonds (The High Council Witch Academy Book 1) by Julie Catherine: My whole world changed when I started the new school year. We moved to a new place, and I started new classes, but everything about this small town feels a little… off. A paranormal bonding season? A secret witch academy? An exclusive, deadly invite? With connections to my family? Honestly? I just wanna know what the hell is going on.
Lady Mage (The Serving Magic Series Book 2) by Toni Cabell: “The world building is fabulous” in this B.R.A.G. Medallion winner! Linden may be a Master Mage, but her warnings about dark magic go unheeded until a fay scout delivers shocking news. Mordahn is back from the dead — and he’s brought reinforcements. Can Linden and Mordahn’s arrogant nephew stop the sorcerer before time runs out? “Brilliant.”
Faelorehn (The Otherworld Series Book 1) by Jenna Elizabeth Johnson: Haunted by eerie visions. Guarded by a captivating warrior. Hunted by a vengeful goddess. And that’s just the start of Meghan’s troubles with the fae. Celtic lore blends beautifully with the modern world in this young adult, paranormal romance series starter.
Gold Within the Storm (The Nine Curses of Queen Mab Book 1) by Cleo Cassidy: The Cruel Prince meets ACOTAR in this epic fantasy full of magical adventures and terrible secrets. To save her sister’s life, second-born princess Astra strikes a deal with the secretive Fae Thorne, stepping into Fairy. But Thorne is harboring secrets and by the time Astra finds the truth, it may be too late to return home.