AN HOUR FOR MAGIC, AVAILABLE NOW: Justin Fulkerson’s An Hour for Magic is a mystery thriller like no other. After a prophetic vision is set in motion, a group of magicians must trust in each other to prevent a powerful beast from being released, a demon hell bent on destroying what remains of the human race and reclaiming this planet as his own once and for all. With many references to real life magicians, like Houdini, readers of all fanbases will enjoy Fulkerson’s tale.
And get ready, because the SEQUEL “Hollow Be Thy Name,” is coming soon!
When everyone, save the magicians of the land, vanish . . .
Rusty, a young illusionist trying to escape the memory of his dead mother, finds himself stranded on a cruise ship headed to Alaska. He finds out that he isn’t the only one aboard. He finds Mia, a mysterious girl entranced with fairy tales, and she tells him of a dark man also on the ship.
Internal Conflict by E.A. Stripling is the story of Olivia Moore, a heart-broken department store buyer, who is trying to find herself again after losing the love of her life. Also dealing with loves lost, her roommate, Natalie drags Olivia bar to bar, trying to convince her that the cure for a broken heart is random hookups with the local bar hunks. As it usually goes, love pops up where you least expect it, and Olivia is faced with quick-witted Victor Montgomery.
OUT, AVAILABLE NOW: Scott McGlynn’s memoir takes a close look at his experiences growing up and learning to embrace his true self. His mission is to end bullying once and for all. McGlynn’s autobiographical story about his struggles with peer pressure and coming to grips with his sexuality at a young age gives readers a personal insight into his life, struggles, and perseverance. His aim is to inspire people of all walks of life and ages and to allow everyone to be proud of who they are.
PURGATORY, AVAILABLE NOW: A follow-up to K.W. Peery’s poetry collection, Tales of a Receding Hairline (named #1 on Amazon’s American Poetry List), Peery writes about his personal life experiences through poetry and lyrics, as he grapples with morality and mortality. His unvarnished truth bleeds from his pen onto the page of each poem in this collection, while his unapologetic vulnerability is neatly embedded within each work of this impactful poetry collection. Peery is a prolific musician, and his book of poetry is just as enthralling.
#1 AMERICAN POETRY BEST-SELLER ON AMAZON’S HOT NEW RELEASES LIST, TALES OF A RECEDING HAIRLINE is AVAILABLE NOW!
THIRTEEN YEARS OF DUST, AVAILABLE NOW : Introducing Duke Bradley, an egotistical, sarcastic, and obsessive, ex-FBI special detective…he’s a new kind of private eye and the only one who could solve a murder. Author Jeffrey M. Thompson Jr. describes the book genre as ‘Mystere Gris’: Noir inspired, but not so black and white. The grey area is where there is light in the darkness, a shadow to step out of and a light down there at the end of the hallway.
WOOD TO BURN: AVAILABLE NOW: Cameron Grace’s ‘Wood to Burn’ is a captivating collection that includes thirty poems and two performance pieces that have been presented as part of Under The Fable’s last tour of the UK. The pieces focus on the individual voice highlighting important world issues.
WRITING FOR THE NEW GENERATION, AVAILABLE NOW: Thinking about writing a book? How about getting your writing published? Have you fallen victim to writer’s block? Then, the new book Writing for the New Generation by GenZ Publishing founder and ‘Voice of Generation Z’ Morissa Schwartz, is the book for all you writers out there. ‘Writing for the New Generation’ is available in paperback and eBook now!
A POET AND HIS ERRANT PEN, AVAILABLE NOW: Adrian DeBarros made a conscious choice to never settle for status quo and not to get complacent with life. DeBarros’ collection of comedic and metaphoric writing, stitches the frayed fabric of life. It will have you laughing and thinking about every aspect of life. His offering is part of his relentless innovative spirit and life of constant growth.
THE BIGGER PICTURE, AVAILABLE NOW: Kerry Dolan’s The Bigger Picture is an honest exploration of the self and big picture questions. It is an inspirational book made up of poetry and introspective prose. The book aims to help readers find light in the dark. These are tales from an empathetic, introverted, and sensitive young lady whose insight is a breath of fresh air.
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ROYAL IGBO MEDITATION, AVAILABLE NOW: Dr. Uzoma Nwosu’s guide to Chi meditation introduced from the Igbos of Africa will help you to find your peace. Learn how you can connect with the earth through your breathing and energy in this interactive guide.
DRY WORLD, AVAILABLE NOW: Dylan James Brock’s Dry World is about how close love can be to a psychosis. In this narrative told by a split mind, two love stories about one psychotic narrator are told simultaneously. The first plot, set in 2003, is at the end of a college career and the second plot, set in 2005, is at the beginning of a literary one. Each spirals into violence through the recklessness characterizing the severe mental illness. What results is a patient and realistic Bildungsroman about how to learn through love from madness.
Find the book’s accompanying soundtrack on Dylan’s website.
The Next Ninety-Nine Rhymes, Times, and Signs of Blundering Catfish Mischief, AVAILABLE NOW: Oh for fryin’ up cod! This fun poetry collection will bring you into the world of Blundering O’ Bloat! It is a follow-up to the previous collection, ‘101 Concentric Dialects of Eccentric Fish Antics.’
THE TIES THAT BIND, AVAILABLE NOW: Audrey Cuff, Ed.D’s novel is an all too real tale of the struggles and heartbreak faced when loved ones return from war. Follow Ashley Brown as she struggles to establish a healthy relationship with her estranged father. Her father returned from the war in Iraq, but there is something deeply wrong with Ashley’s father. She has not seen him since she was five years old, and she fears him more than anything.
INSPIRITED, Available NOW: From her hospital bed, Cheyenne begins to remember bits and pieces from the crash, the police chase, and Dante’s lifeless body…Penelope Aaron’s INSPIRITED picks up right after sixteen-year-old triplet Cheyenne’s hospital stay, the death of a friend, and the discovery that she has an inherited gift: the shocking and sometimes horrific ability to see the memories of others. This gift is meant to be used not only to guide her and her decisions, but to help others, that is, if Cheyenne is cooperative. Her first instinct is to deny it and try to return to normal.
WHEN DARKNESS REIGNS, AVAILABLENOW Preston L. Marshall’s dystopian sci-fi novel follows Lumar Lee as he’s swept into humanity’s desperate war for survival against the Sarsaul, predators from another world. No one can escape the war. Safety is a lie. The walls cannot keep the enemy out. The world is dying. What hope can be found when darkness reigns?
I WANT TO KNOW YOU, AVAILABLE NOW : Bethany McTrustery’s ‘I Want to Know You’ is an introspective look at her personal world and observations of the environment around her. Within this collection, Bethany explores her interpersonal relationships with family, the progression of time, and the changing landscape of Britain.
somewhere only we know, Available NOW: Bri Marino’s somewhere only we know explores emotional, physical, and sexual abuse in the lives of four young girls. The novel shows Frankie’s struggle to make sense of the violence in her life, and her struggle to get her friends to open up about their abuse so that they can try to once again find that place of peace in their lives.
INFAMOUS, COMING SOON: Told over 10 years, this YA novel by Allison Stowe is one that will keep you guessing. While there is a great amount of thrill in the circumstances surrounding the characters, there is also a great amount of relatability. The book also opens up important dialogues about sexuality, ‘celebrity’ worship, and high school politics.
Complete Nonsense, COMING SOON: M. Chapman’s book is like none you’ve read before…it’s nonsense! When a person makes a statement that you don’t understand there are at least two possibilities: (a) You don’t comprehend the statement; (b) The statement is nonsense. The question you have to ask yourself is ‘how do I tell the difference?’. Highly technical jargon, business speak, political sound bites, New Age religions seemingly ‘word salad’ a symptom demonstrated by some people suffering with schizophrenia, grammatical sentences without meaning. Historically Romanticism was a reaction to enlightenment rationality, Dada a reaction to the logic of war and in a contemporary post truth world is Heckseck (German for nonsense), the new Zeitgeist, where we are escaping into nonsense from hard real world truths? This experimental word montage work, sometimes poetic, sometimes humorous and seemingly a textual Rorschach, challenges your sense of sense. Your mind will struggle to extract meaning of it resulting in delicious befuddlement. So, bloat your consciousness with a stream of nonsense.
TOME OF TALES: A GRIMM REVIVAL; COMING SOON:
“Monsters hide in plain sight, corruption exists, paranoia can be a good thing, can’t judge a player by their rank, and bluffing can win a war.” Carl Mills’ takes you on a journey of 49 tales in this very different kind of book.
I WENT, I SAW, I SHARED; COMING SOON: Hop on a bus, train, cruise ship, airplane, taxi, or even a cable car and travel to places hither and yon through the words of Pam Canington, as she takes you on her adventures in her exciting memoir I Went, I Saw, I Shared. It will have you (1) exploring ancient European cities (In Rome we hiked to the Bocca della Verita (The Mouth of Truth) which is the “mask of a river god” with an open mouth and is said to close on the hands of liars, cutting off their fingers); (2) visiting various United States destinations (In Washington, D.C. we had a special pass to enter the House of Representatives Gallery…where the President delivers his State of the Union speeches); and (3) setting sail on multi-day ocean voyages (At Dunns River Falls in Jamaica we climbed up the falls which were steep and very rocky; it was very loud with water flowing down at a fast rate of speed), among many other expeditions. Perhaps you’ll be ready to pull out a map and start an itinerary for your next vacation!
LAPPING WATER; COMING SOON: Lapping Water is a book caught in the undertow. Dan J. Flore III wrote these poems because had no other choice, he had to, to survive. Life was on fire, and he had to open the floodgates of these poems to try to get it under control. The emotions that came out immersed him in a riptide that left him gasping…and will do the same to you when you read them.
GOSPEL OF THOMAS: REVELATION; COMING SOON: They never should have met, and now they are in love…
Two teens strike up a conversation at an airport lobby: Thomas, the shy photographer, and Adeline the beautiful daughter of a church pastor. They’re the same age, from the same town, but they’ve never met because they go to different schools. She is a devout believer, while Thomas is a confirmed skeptic. They fall in love, and Adeline’s tightly scripted life is suddenly upended.