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The Part That Doesn't Burn by Sam Poling

In an overpopulated city-state where technology and magic are forbidden by the corrupt church, young witch, Mirabel Fairfax, plots the creation of a deadly plague to cull the burdensome rabble. That is, until she falls in love with the very alchemist she has been deceiving. Now, with soul-hungry geists flooding the city, the church scrambling for their prey, and her own mind at war with itself, Mirabel must decide what she's fighting for before she loses everything to the evils of Autumnfall.

Magic Eyes by David J. Haberman

After his parents divorced, Ezra moved with his mother back to Altamira. He spent the summer days exploring town like a normal kid. Nights were a different story as his vivid dreams began turning dark and violent. He tried to stay awake some nights to avoid nightmares, but ended up feeling exhausted and miserable the next day. His mother took him to a counselor. Although he felt better after the sessions, his dreams continued to get worse. When characters from his dreams began appearing in broad daylight, Ezra thought he was losing his mind.

Starwatcher by David Rice

“The stars are cold and blind ‘til we warm them with our need and sing of what they see.”
From The Song of the Starwatchers

Muren, the stubborn and impulsive son of the King’s Starwatcher, turns to the reticent elves of Longwood for guidance concerning personal and kingdom spanning tragedies. Through the loss of everything he loves, Muren finds himself the reluctant father of a forbidden child, and the centre of a conflict that threatens to decimate a world he is ill equipped to save.

The sequel, Sparkweaver, is scheduled for publication in the summer of 2017.

The Dizzy-Go-Round by David J. Haberman

Rachel could always see into the other place. She liked comparing the activities of people who appeared in both worlds. Her abilities were strongest in the playground near the river. When she rode the dizzy-go-round, the other world filled with wonderful colors. Feeling alone in her abilities, Rachel tried to teach her friends how to see. After a family tragedy, Rachel’s world turned upside down. When Rachel had to make the most difficult decision in her life, she turned to her friends to come to the rescue.