Our Books

Angels Fall

Ryan Southwick

What place is there in society for a blood-sucking vampire, what potential to lead a normal life? Or does such an abomination even deserve to live?

Angels in the Mist

Ryan Southwick

An ancient, powerful evil is loose in San Francisco. The heart of Silicon Valley must fight back the only way they know how — with compassion, unwavering determination, and, of course, super-technology.

Balls in Play

Paul S. Moore

Is it true that heroes are made, not born?

Cityfall

Lorna Hopkins Keith

After Samanda Lar destroys her ex-husband, the Volen hand her the mission of saving the people of City and establishing their new home.

Graven Angels

Ryan Southwick

The most powerful vampire in the world could be the key to humanity’s salvation … or the instrument of final destruction.

Just a Bit of Magic

Barb Bissonette

Every morning, Jenny Smith stares into her magic mirror, searching for glimpses of two girls. Today, she is joyful with anticipation, knowing that this is the day they will materialize in her village.

The Little Black Book
(and Other Stories)

R. J. Stanchfield

An eclectic collection of stories that are autobiographical in nature. What I tell you may be relevant to what happened. It’s more likely to be a series of exaggerations. That doesn’t stop me from telling the story as if it is perfectly true. I’m from Queens. It is what we do on the stoop; we tell stories. I'm a storyteller.

The Odd Profession of Jeremy Scratch

R. J. Stanchfield

Professor Jeremy Scratch is a human taxidermist … and an assassin of serial killers.

Real Magic for Writers

Lisa Jacob

Magic is real.

Rules of the Campfire

Paul S. Moore

If you woke up one day and realized you had memories from more than seventy lives, fluid in every language you’d ever spoken, and recalled all the texts you’d ever read, would you wonder why?

Songs in a Box

Paul S. Moore

This time, the enemy is human.

Wrath of Angels

Ryan Southwick

The Resistance must risk everything and face the most powerful military organization in the world to save the very people who vilify them: humanity itself.

Zima: Origins

Ryan Southwick

Free at last of the programming that drove her to kill, the formerly enslaved artificial intelligence known as Zima now has her own android body, and is determined to find her place in the world … and to gain the family she never had.