Some of the recent books I’ve worked on and the authors I have supported.
By Ian Barr
The gap between magic and science is closing. Mortals, immortals, and political forces become players in a gambit for power, with stakes far higher than they realize. For the world sees the possibilities of new technology and old magics, but so do the gods.
By Lukas Lundh
Beneath the arcane Rustpeaks lies the city of Lansfyrd, where visibility is at an all-time low and airships rumble through the skies. Detective Lentsay “Len” Yoriya is a former homicide detective stuck at a burglary assignment as punishment for loving the wrong person. But when a xenophobic radio-shaman is murdered and the killers try to frame the city’s oppressed insectoids, Len sees a chance to prove her worth. Though high-profile murders are rarely uncomplicated.
In the city’s affluent quarters, Len’s partner Vli-Rana Talie works as a lector at the university, studying the history of a species that once ruled the world. As the temperature rises for her partner, Vli will soon realize that delving into history, that some would prefer was forgotten, will carry risks of its own. Especially when the ambitions of empires are affected.
Meanwhile, there is an election coming up, and the tension simmering in the city is reaching a boiling point. Vli and Len must find what allies they can and face the powers that threaten their home.
History never ends, and unless its lessons are heeded what was once the past might become the present.
All The Wrong Love
By JN Supermom
I believe that as a child what happens in our life is not a choice, it is a circumstance. As we grow we begin to make choices, sometimes they are for the good and health of us; other times they are completely unhealthy. No matter what the choices are, you can always make a new one. This is my journey, as far back as I can remember there has been abuse. As I grew up, I made choices that kept the abuse going. Now, I choose to heal, let go of what haunts my mind and to forgive, those who did wrong. Forgiveness is not about them, it is about me.
Follow my journey through these writings, from my youngest memories of abuse, to the decisions I made that kept it and to my final stages of forgiveness.
By Ruby Brooks
“Do not underestimate the things I would do to keep her safe.”
How do you destroy the monster without becoming one?
It’s something I ask myself a lot.
When my girlfriend goes missing without a trace, there isn’t anything I wouldn’t do to get her back.
Even if it means becoming the thing I was most afraid of.
I always thought watching my parents getting murdered was going to be the single worst thing to happen to me in my life.
I was wrong.
I need to learn how to fight, take care of myself.
My life might just depend on it.
Between the Rock and Cloud
By Pete Draper
The strength of a tenuous coalition is tested and once bitter rivals now prepare to rid the Green Sea of slavery. A small island provides an opportunity to solidify their alliance.
Opposing them, the Shades await. The monstrous beasts hide their faces behind helmets with evil smiles, though they seem more alike than humans would believe.
Beliefs and prejudices are challenged when new, gruesome weapons hit both sides of the battlefield. They must fight against the elements and incompetent leadership on a mission between the rock and cloud.