Title: Soul Fraud Author: Andrew Givler Genre: Urban Fantasy The first book in the ‘Debt Collection’ series, Soul Fraud tells the story of Matthew Carver, a young man whose soul is stolen when he refuses to sell it to a demon desperate for a sale.
Title: Raven, Romda, and Ravai: Malketh and the Undead Author: Dave Maruszewski Genre: Middle Grade / Fantasy / Young Readers’ Chapter Book In Raven, Romda, and Ravai: Malketh and the Undead, the trio of friends must team up once again to defeat a force more powerful than any magic they’ve encountered before.
Title: Pentagon Pirate Gang: The Secret of the Orchard Author: J. W. Nelson Genre: Middle-Grade In Pentagon Pirate Gang: The Secret of the Orchard, a group of students come together to unravel the mystery behind S.O.F.T, the School of Fruit Teaching. Five students think they’ll have an ordinary summer camp experience but with… Read More The Secret of the Orchard – Editorial Review
Title: Elladur – The Awakening Author: Angie Delazi Genre: Fantasy As the King’s best spy, Liya’s job is to listen. She listens to gossip, illicit plans made in breathless whispers, and brings them back to her King. Liya’s magical ability to sense others’ emotions has always helped her excel in her position.
Title: Pray Lied Eve 2: Further Tales of the Untoward Author: Lydia Peever Genre: Horror – Short Stories This collection of six unrelated short stories spans a few subgenres of horror from the psychopathic to the fantastical. Death, however, circulates as a recurrent theme with tales hitting on different aspects or relationships to deaths both tragic… Read More Pray Lied Eve 2 – Editorial Review
Title: The Stagsblood Prince Author: Gideon E. Wood Genre: Fantasy / LGBTQ Having spent countless seasons away from his homeland negotiating peace with the foreign country of Omela, Prince Tel of Feigh is solidly set in his vices. He begins every day with a drink, more often than not waking up with a… Read More The Stagsblood Prince – Editorial Review
Title: The Villains Who Snapped My Spine Author: A. H. Nazzareno Genre: Memoir The Villains Who Snapped My Spine by A.H. Nazzareno is a memoir that recounts the author’s experience as he deals with a rare medical diagnosis.
Title: An Unexpected Find Author: Hayleigh Sol Genre: Romance Dr. Sophie Grimaldi swore off dating a while ago. She now prefers her romantic stimulation in book form. When picking up a much-awaited release at the local library, Sophie finds a hastily-written love scene penned on a yellow piece of scrap paper stuffed inside… Read More An Unexpected Find – Editorial Review
Title: Joyous Lies Author: Margaret Ann Spence Genre: Women’s Fiction In Joyous Lies, a community of hippies struggle to face the consequences of dodging the draft during the Vietnam War and spending their years embracing free love and free living. Now, decades later, the commune’s efforts to adjust and adapt to the changing… Read More Joyous Lies – Editorial Review
Title: Pivot Points Author: T. R. Connolly Genre: Short Stories, Contemporary Fiction This collection of twelve stories offers readers a fairly broad spectrum of characters and settings, allowing readers to experience places from New York City, St. Joseph, Missouri, Coamo, Puerto Rico, and Recife, Brazil.