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This title has been rated 14+ appropriate for teens and contains moderate language, intense violence, violent hate crime, brief implied sex, moderate alcohol use, and LGBTQ+ discussion.

By C Bradley Owens

Matt lives to write stories. And those stories might be the only thing keeping his best friend alive after school bullies brutally attack him for being gay. At the side of John’s hospital bed, Matt weaves together tales in the hopes of waking him from his coma before it’s too late...

Storytelling itself comes to life in the world of Creativity. When unexpected changes cause chaos there, personified character archetypes known as Aspects must find the source before everything they know is lost. They suspect that someone has stolen the most powerful thing in all of Creativity: the First Story. But who is powerful enough to wield it?

Follow the Aspects as they journey through an ever-changing series of folktales, ghost-stories, tragedies, comedies, classic fantasy, and modern science fiction to piece the clues together. If the Aspects cannot trust in reality—or even their own memories—can they work together to find the thief and restore their world?

This title has been rated 14+, appropriate for teens and contains intense violence, moderate language, brief kissing, mild alcohol use.

By William Justus

Kellan can only dream of a life without servitude, a life beyond the woods. And magic? That’s just a legend. But after he discovers a book of magic in his master’s library and begins to summon the power of wind, it becomes his obsession. When the emperor offers to test serfs for magical ability, it’s everything Kellan could ask for: a chance for an education, a chance to see the world, a chance for freedom.

At the Lyceum, he finds not only that, but friends, enemies, and more danger than he bargained for. There, it doesn’t take long for tales to form about Kellan the Fey. Can he become worthy of such renown? First, he must contend with the Wind from Faerie…

This title has been rated XS, appropriate for adults and contains frequent extreme language, frequent graphic violence, moderate sex, emotional abuse, suicide

By Kenneth W. Barber

Griffin, an expert wiseass, never experienced true horror until his father is killed by a foul beast that certainly seems like but is, apparently, not a werewolf—according to the knight who saves him from the same fate, anyway. He’s also never met a real knight before. Or had superhuman speed. Or strength. Or met his soul mate. Who knew the capacity for it all was in his blood all along?

Encountering the ancient Order of the Guardians and taking his place a defender against creatures of darkness awakens Griffin to a host of experiences, both human and supernatural—and often unnerving. Between monsters, psychotic enemies, and secretive knights, can Griffin and the rest of the Order hold back evil...or even survive?

This title has been rated 17+, appropriate for older teens and adults and contains moderate implied sex, strong language, intense violence, mild alcohol use.

By B. B. Morgan

The notorious Juniper Thimble is destined for execution. Caught stealing the king’s crown—in addition to her long list of crimes—she has only one way out. Juniper must survive the biggest, most deadly con of her life, commissioned by the king himself. Disguised as the crown prince’s lover, she is forced to protect him with her life…literally. Guarded by a surly squire, relentlessly attacked by demons, and surrounded by mysteriously disappearing servants, Juniper must dispatch the threat to the prince’s life before they find out who she really is.

Fantasy Novel Coming September 15, 2019


This title has been rated 17+, appropriate for older teens and adults and contains moderate sex, strong language, intense violence, moderate alcohol use.

By B. C. Marine

Two forbidden lovers share the rare gift to heal others with a kiss—but at a cost.

Enchanted healer Odelia’s life has been a lie. Her father hid his visions of her future as the leader of a bloody civil war. When she uncovers the truth, she must decide whether to forsake her people or embrace a destiny that would pit her against the current heir to the throne...the man she loves.

Prince Kennard doesn’t want to take after his father, as a king or a man; whereas, the shape-shifting tyrant sees his son as weak. With every choice they make, the spirited prince and the inflexible king pull further apart. Kennard takes an active role at court, enlisting his friend Odelia’s aid—unaware of her destined betrayal. Helping him build his royal retinue and find a bride will force her to bury her feelings and will bring his to the surface.

Amid culture clashes and threats of war, Odelia and Kennard navigate a world where power always has a price. If they choose the wrong paths, they could destroy not only their hearts but lives and nations.

And a kiss might not be strong enough to save them…

This title has been rated 17+, appropriate for older teens and adults and contains moderate implied sex, strong language, intense violence, mild alcohol use, domestic violence.

By Lisa Borne Graves

At seventeen, Toury arrives in Fyr, where magic is power, a prince’s love is deadly, and female autonomy is a dream. Formerly a loner and burden to her adoptive parents, she ruins her chances of a fresh start by offending an ogler who just happens to be the prince.

Alex, the Prince of Fyr, is no novice when it comes to pressure. He has to face his father’s ailing health, the expectation to marry soon, and the hidden necromancers trying to take over the realm by exploiting his dark curse. At least there’s hope in a cheeky savior, but Earth girls aren’t so easy.

Toury and Alex learn that the strongest magic cannot be conjured but must be earned. They must risk their lives, hearts, and futures to save the land from a darkness of apocalyptic proportions. But can they trust each other enough to save Fyr? Or will everything they hold dear turn to ash?

Science Fiction/Dystopian

This title has been rated 14+ appropriate for teens and contains moderate language; intense violence; brief implied sexual violence; negative mild tobacco, fantasy, and illicit drug use; discussions of mental illness and suicide, governmental conspiracy.

By Diane Anthony

Olivia Sloane doesn’t want to live anymore. Her whole life is a struggle. Her health, her school, her social life, and even her relationship with her mother are all a mess. The world itself is a mess. With lethal acid rain and stifling, everpresent fog, nothing thrives in her home city, and it’s even worse outside—or so she’s been taught.

Her best friend, David, also has a hard life, but he has hope. He’s convinced that there’s something better hidden beyond the fence surrounding their city and has always suggested escaping together. Olivia has never taken it seriously. But after a failed suicide attempt, her stay in the mental ward leads to a series of suspicious encounters with her mother and a fight at school. Feeling like there is nothing left to lose, she decides to give David’s idea a shot.

Despite their poor health and reports of killer beasts, Olivia and David brave the wilderness. The truth they discover there—not just about their society but about themselves—is more astonishing than anything they ever imagined.

This title has been rated 17+, appropriate for older teens and adults and contains frequent intense violence, moderate language, moderate implied sex, negative mild illicit and fantasy drug, tobacco, and alcohol use, abuse against women, domestic violence.

By Judy Lynn

Prisoner 7578359, Commander Jayla Sans, is innocent. Framed by her own godfather and convicted of treason, she’ll spend the rest of her days on the prison spaceship Tarsha—however few she has left. During her last investigation for the military, she found a vast and insidious conspiracy, and now various factions will kill to acquire or destroy the information in her head. Jayla must protect the truth at costs, even if that means severing ties with her loved ones. But is Jayla truly alone?

Historical Fiction

This title has been rated S appropriate for adults and contains extreme language, moderate sex, intense violence, moderate negative drug use, mild alcohol and tobacco use, sexual violence, domestic abuse, suicide.

By Eva Seyler

France, 1916: Estelle Graham faces a nightmare. Expecting to meet her beloved husband and bring their newly adopted daughter home to Scotland, she instead finds him gravely injured and unconscious in a casualty station. As she fights for his care, she takes solace in his journals and letters.

In a farmhouse in Somme, Captain Jamie Graham is forever changed when he meets young Aveline Perrault. Both of them broken and walled off from the cruel and cold world around them—made even crueler and colder by the Great War—the pair form an unlikely bond. She finds in him the father she never had, and with her love, he faces the pain from his own childhood.

Discover the depth of love and faith in the face of brutality and neglect as they learn to live while surviving World War I.


This title has been rated 17+, appropriate for older teens and adults and contains moderate implied language, strong language, graphic violence, frequent negative fantasy drug use, and traumatic themes.

By Madison Wheatley

Two words have haunted Crystal for years: fat pig.

So when a handsome and athletic stranger promises that his gym will change her life, how can she say no? With its cutting-edge facilities, beyond-friendly staff, and endless free samples of Ambrosia, their signature energizing sports drink, Mount Olympus seems too perfect to be real—and maybe it is. Crystal needs it all, but is she willing to lose more than just weight?

Paranormal Thriller, available now!

This title has been rated S, appropriate for adults and contains intense sex, moderate language, and moderate alcohol use, abortion, and suicide.

By Karen Heenan

Bess has the voice of an angel, or so Henry VIII declares when he buys her from her father. As a member of the Music, the royal company of minstrels, Bess grows up within the decadent Tudor court, navigating the ever-changing tide of royals and courtiers. Friends come and go as cracked voices, politics, heartbreak, and death loom over even the lowliest of musicians. Tom, her first and dearest friend, is her only constant. But as Bess becomes too comfortable at court, she may find that constancy has its limits.

Historical Fiction, Coming November 3, 2019

Short Stories

You can buy Her Dearest Treasure here.
In a retelling of The Peasant’s Clever Daughter, Sonia takes up the challenge of King Basil to win his heart. After their marriage, he discovers she has not told him everything and tries to cast her out, but will she let him?
This title has been rated 14+ appropriate for teens and contains:moderate languagebrief implied sexmoderate negative alcohol use
You can buy I Loved You Tomorrow here.
A mindreader meets a woman who sees the future—a future they are meant to share. Rhonwin must overcome his overcome his fear of not matching her visions of him, and Moira must reconcile the fact her love is not her love yet.
This title has been rated 14+ appropriate for teens and contains:moderate languagebrief implied sex
You can buy Seeing Through Him here.
In a Beauty and the Beast retelling, the alluring Rosabella meets the invisible Leandro and strikes up an unlikely friendship. They must both overcome their insecurities to become friends, but can they overcome their differences to become more?
This title has been rated 11+ appropriate for teens and contains:mild languagebrief kissing
You can buy The Veiled Queen here.
In a retelling of King Thrushbeard, Queen Barbenia visits Boscada in search for an economic deal via a husband, but comes away with a prince-turned-deckhand after Prince Elio pushes his father too far. Queen Barbenia, known to Elio only as Captain Thrush, teaches Elio the meaning of hard work and comes away the better for it.
This title has been rated 14+ appropriate for teens and contains:moderate languagebrief implied sexmild alcohol
You can by The Measure of a Princess here.
In a Princess and The Pea retelling, Princess Adelena is summoned with the other princesses on the continent for Prince Anders to find a bride. He wants to test each princess to find the one of the highest worth, but Princess Adelena is going to be testing him to see if he is indeed worthy of her.
This title has been rated 14+ appropriate for teens and contains:brief implied sexmild alcohol use
You can buy Life After the War here.
Tae’el has come home from the war minus a brother. When she arrives in her hometown to give her sister-in-law the news, tragedy strikes at the hands of enemy mages and Tae’el, with the help of Ander, must rescue her people before it’s too late.
This title has been rated 17+ appropriate for older teens and adults and contains:frequent intense violencebrief implied sexual discussionmild alcohol and fantasy drug use
You can by The Princess and the Frog here.
In a retelling of The Frog Prince, a princess is traumatized by her past and withdraws from her group of friends. One day she happens upon a frog who rescues her favorite locket from a watery demise and Princess Zirailla befriends him. The Frog, a trapped Prince himself, uses her friendship for his own benefit. This title has been rated 14+ appropriate for teens and contains:intense violencemoderate language
You can buy Jump Discontinuity here.
A pilot fights against his military training to follow his conscience as he uncovers a treasonous plot. He must not only go against his friends’ advice but trust the word of someone actively working against him.
This title has been rated 14+ appropriate for teens and contains:intense violencemoderate language