See It First: J Washburn, Ellie Simpson, and Megan O’Russell

See It First: J Washburn, Ellie Simpson, and Megan O’Russell

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High Fantasy

Song of Locke by J Washburn

Song of Locke by J Washburn

Locke is an elfe who feels a strange, magical longing for something that he can’t quite describe. His sylfe Picke, a fairy-like creature, dares him to follow a band of bloodthirsty warriors into the woods, promising they’ll lead to the thing Locke longs for. Mustering his courage, Locke takes the dare, and the two of them find themselves on a wild adventure. Soon Locke must face snarling wolves, wield a magic blade, and risk his life to rescue a goddess—a girl he hardly knows but who he can’t stop thinking about—from the clutches of a fallen god.

Science Fiction

Preview The Paella That Saved the World by Elle Simpson

The Paella That Saved the World by Elle Simpson

Go big or go home.

And when an alien invasion turns your home into a steaming pile of rubble, then going big is the only option left. Going big – and saving the world.

That’s what Hannah’s about to do, but not without the help of a supermodel supersoldier, a cockroach called Colin, and a pan of surprisingly heroic paella.

Epic Fantasy

The Child Wound in Gold by Megan O’Russell

The Child Wound in Gold by Megan O'Russell

A little knock taps on the door,
A little girl hiding under the floor,
The safety of the dirt shall build her bed,
While the monster rammoc flies overhead.
For years, the rammocs have tormented the valley, stealing villagers from their homes, destroying crops and cattle so those left behind face the constant threat of starvation.
The only hope the villagers have is the magicians of the convocation. They alone have the power to stop the rammocs. But the magicians demand a price the villagers are unable to pay. Left with nothing but rubble and death, one young girl finds hope in the flames.

 

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