New Releases

Little Raven by A. J. Wildman

"Little Raven"

Spekter #2

by A. J. Wildman

Nearly a year has passed since Michael Cassidy escaped BioTech, and he and his wife, Kate, want nothing more than to move on with their lives. However, the being inside Michael only grows stronger and until he understands his past, he’ll never fully embrace his future.

Bold and brazen, Ileana has recently escaped her captors. Their paths are destined to collide, and when they do nothing will ever be the same.

In the world of the Augmented, a sacrifice made requires a sacrifice given. Only time will tell how many will fall in order to set the caged birds free.

Monsoon in the Making by Clive Radford

"Monsoon in the Making

by Clive Radford

Set against the turbulence leading to the Arab Spring, Glyn Sumner and his comrades have unexpected encounters in Tunis, profoundly affecting their futures.

On sojourn, Sumner and the crew of the schooner Poseidon voyage around the Med. Finding solace away from the ever-imposing regulations and sterility of Blighty, they experience transcendence and seminal life in North African ports.

Tunis brings bewildering confrontations for the crew with Saleh, an Ethiopian asylum seeker suspected of crime and terrorist involvement, and Chief of Police Colonel Nassar, responsible for homeland security.

Off Sicily, Poseidon’s crew witnesses an asylum seeker sea rescue by the coast guard. They wonder if Saleh is aboard, or whether he is shaking hands with Neptune. Glyn ponders if the dark side also beckons them, visions of a European dystopia on the horizon.

Dragons in the Water by J. H. Wear

"Dragons in the Water"

J. H. Wear

Two recently betrothed private investigators, working out of the same office, travel vastly different paths, as they take on two unrelated missing person cases. Their trails take them through idyllic lands, darkened by underworld intrigue, carnal temptation, twisted relationships, and personal tragedy. Little do the investigators know that the two roads they are traveling in the end will place them on a collision course in a manner entirely unexpected, testing not only their professional skills but their faith in each other.

When The Sugarbush Blooms by Linda Hayes

"When the Sugarbush Blooms"

by Linda Hayes

When The Sugarbush Blooms is an epic tale of two young lovers from Africa, cruelly ripped from their home and unwittingly thrust into the American Slave trade during the final days of the Civil War. A period when the road to Freedom was a mere breath away and the long sought after dream was about to become a reality.

Beaten and near death, Abraham is found by a poor, white, family. They nurse his physical wounds, but it is a spirited mountain girl who holds the key to unlocking Abraham’s secrets. When he discovers that his beloved Matteau is caught up in the Slave trade, his rush to rescue her sparks a chain of disastrous events.

When The Sugarbush Blooms is a dramatic account of their journey of survival, triumphs and tribulations. When their childhood love bloomed, the taste was as sweet as the golden nectar from the flowers of the legendary African Sugrabush. It infused their existence with a fire that consumed the heart and mind. Time and distance fueled a burning flame that was stronger than any shackles of iron.

iBully by Roy Dimond

"I, Bully"

by Roy Dimond

I, Bully addresses the serious issue of cyber bullying. What makes this story unique is that it is told from the perspective of both the bully and the victim.

The two main characters, the victim, Hannah and the bully, Eric, learn from each other in ways they could never have imagined.

Hannah is a typical young girl in grade 8. She's completely focused on friends and feels her family doesn't understand. Hannah also feels invisible and her perception is that her older sister gets all the attention. It’s a good, middle class family, but struggling. Eric is also in grade 8, but his family is dysfunctional. Dad drinks and mom is barely keeping it together. Eric is filled with rage and takes it out on everyone.

Eventually, spirit quests and restorative justice help build relationships that lead to enlightenment and reconciliation.

Roy Dimond's exciting new novel I, Bully will empower and touch all who read it.

Sword of Mycenae

"Sword of Mycenae"

Wolf Slayer Saga #9

by Richard Dawes

While passing through the Caucasus Mountains, Valka the Wolf Slayer encounters the hero, Heracles of Thebes. He battles Heracles several times, each fight resulting in a draw. After they free Prometheus from the chains binding him to a mountain peak, the three men decide to continue on together. Valka is with Heracles when he battles the Stymphalian Birds, wrestles the giant, Antaios, fights the man-killing Amazons, steals the Golden Apples of the Hesperides, and descends with him to the Underworld to bring back the demon-dog, Cerberus. In a dramatic finale, Valka accompanies Heracles to his funeral pyre, and lights the fire upon which the hero will ascend to Olympus.

Veni, Vidi, Vero

"Veni, Vidi, Vero"

Very Vero #1


by Gretchen Rose

Smart and wickedly funny … a ribald, rollicking mid-life coming-of-age story.

When Tara discovers that her husband’s late nights in the city are hiding an affair with a younger woman, the illusion of her perfect little world is shattered in an instant. Determined to reclaim her dreams, she relocates to Vero Beach, a posh seaside community abutting the Atlantic. There, she purchases an older home on the barrier island, never imagining that this charming enclave hides a seamy underbelly where dark intrigue lurks.

... an intricately woven story of love, friendship, and metamorphosis

Retained as piano instructor to young Harry, Tara soon finds herself entangled in the affairs of his mysterious father, the wealthy tycoon, Nathan McCourt. As Tara's home is being renovated, a strange thing happens: she undergoes a transformation of her own. She is stronger, more confident, and happier than she ever imagined possible. Only one thing is missing from this rosy picture: the man of her dreams. It isn't until a category 4 hurricane blows into town, that all the divergent plot lines are knit up, and Tara finally gets her happily ever after.

The Shoemaker's Pursuit by Wade Beauchamp

"The Shoemaker's Pursuit"


by Wade Beauchamp

The most famous pair of high heels in the world have gone missing.

In 1952 a young Italian shoemaker named Paolo DeLuca fell in love with the daughter of a widow and hand-crafted for her a gift: a pair of high heels. The girl would not wear the scandalous shoes. But her mother would. Those heels would inspire the most famous shoe of the 20th Century, what fashion critics would dub the Ray-Ban Wayfarer of footwear: the DeLuca Rampa. And then, the shoes were lost.

Hollywood icons and waitresses, rock stars and architects, thrift shop owners and prostitutes all walk a mile in these shoes over the next half-century as Paolo tries to track them down. We’ll strut across the silver screen with a Blonde Bombshell who became a legend in the shoes. We’ll risk it all with a wife who decides that fantasy and reality lie too far apart. We’ll be a fly on the wall as the shoes guest-star on one of the biggest hits of the MTV era, among the other lives the shoes touch between their creation on DeLuca’s workbench to their final resting place.

The Shoemaker’s Pursuit is a collection of eleven interconnected tales following the path of the most famous pair of shoes ever made. Let’s take a walk on the wild side.

The Lost City by George Dismukes

"The Lost City"


by George Dismukes

How does someone deal with an enraged 2,000 year old Mayan spirit? Brandon and Andrea must find out, an odyssey that returns them to the deepest, darkest recesses of The Mosquitia Jungle with Naja, Brandon’s 300 pound black jaguar, at their side.

Brandon Shaw & Andrea Granger must decide how to deal with a furious ancient Mayan spirit, a complicated problem to be sure. Their quest takes them into the high cloud forests of Guatemala where they meet a mysterious old Mayan named Kan Bah. Next, they find themselves returning to a place they never expected to see again, The Lost City of The Monkey God, located in the far eastern section of the Honduran Mosquitia Jungle. It is here that Brandon Shaw discovers what the ancient spirit is angry about, and also learns more about himself than he ever wanted to know.

Most women would run. But that never occurs to Andrea Granger whose devout belief is that love is the strongest force on earth. In this tale of supernatural spirits and a possible 2,000 year old reincarnation, that belief is put to the test.

Shifter Heat by Jaden Sinclair

"Shifter Heat

Shifter #18

by Jaden Sinclair

Shifter Alex Laswell has been fighting a losing battle for years. And that battle has a name: Jewels Stanton, who is human.

They have a past, one that they have kept hidden well for a long time. Now the secret is out, and the gloves have come off. Sparks start to fly between them, forcing both to give into their basic needs. But when they are alone and apart, misery is a word that describes them.

Alex thinks he and Jewels have an understanding about what he can give her—or not—but he is so wrong. The one thing that Jewels wants the most is the one thing that Alex thinks he can never give to her kind. It might also be the one thing that will cost him the only woman that can quench his heat as well as his heart.

The Long Road to Perdition by Carlo Cavazutti

"The Long Road to Perdition"

A Cavazutti Crime Novel #3

by Carlo Cavazutti

Since the seventies, the Mexican and Colombian Cartels controlled the drug trade on both sides of the southern border. That was until Agent Tammy Taylor came on the scene and she didn’t play nice. Assigned to a two man resident office two hundred miles from El Paso she became a rogue not caring what the Special Agent in Charge thought. There was a meth lab on her turf and she would go to any means to find it. With some past associates, a Federal DA and a sultry Cajun computer hacker only known as Silver, Tammy rains down hell on the Cartel, Devils Henchmen and a host of very important people.

Praxton 5: Voyages of the Star Hawk by N.S. Howard

"Voyages of the Star Hawk"

Praxton #5

by N. S. Howard

Praxton is now a member of the Alliance worlds and wins the contract to build the new generation of military spaceship which includes the Star Hawk. The Alliance worlds insist a large portion of the crew be made up with Praxton women to give them increased freedom, but it turns out the Praxton women want to keep their unique fashions and culture. This leads to a very different crew and regulations the Alliance worlds were expecting. And complications for Captain Julius Elmwood.

Shards of Rain by Mathias G. B. Colwell

"Shards of Rain"


by Mathias G.B. Colwell

Abby is on the run and harboring a dangerous secret, one that could get her killed—or worse—if anybody found out. J.D. is a former agent, still lethal, but not quite what he once was. Their paths cross as Abby’s secret comes to light. Only the skills and training J.D. once relied upon can help them survive the wrath of a warlord intent on taking Abby’s power for himself.

Shards of Rain paints a grim picture of the future where the greatest scientific feats of mankind have long since begun to fail, where hopes of global governance and safety have broken down into feudal squabbling, and only friendship and loyalty can ensure that one survives the night.