Literature & Fiction

Becoming Faust

Becoming Faust

| September 17, 2019

Wealth, fame, and sex. Three different words but all share the same meaning, power. Onit Faust possesses all three. The City of Sin never sleeps nor do the wicked. Journalist, Monarch Halifax, is about to discover this first hand when she steps into the sinful world of the famed mogul. The eternal battle of good […]

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The Oedipus Murders

The Oedipus Murders

| September 16, 2019

“A jaw-dropping work of contemporary California noir. Fans of James Ellroy will fall hard for Casey Dorman.” –Best Thrillers When a woman is murdered, her wealthy husband and his troubled psychiatrist both become suspects. The dreams of the husband and the neurotic obsessions of the psychiatrist criss-cross in a plot that has both the police […]

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The Ravenous Siege (Epic of Haven Trilogy, Book Two)

The Ravenous Siege (Epic of Haven Trilogy, Book Two)

| September 16, 2019

The world is dim, and soon to be without a single source of unmade light, for only one branch remains upon the burning tree of Haven. The great city is besieged by a terrifying host of un-lit warriors who wait in the shadows for their moment to strike. The weary citizens await word from the […]

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Old Haven

Old Haven

| September 14, 2019

Allison Davis hasn’t seen her hometown friend, Chloe, in almost ten years. She lives a perfectly lonely existence in London, an entire ocean away from Boston where they grew up. But when she receives a letter from Chloe inviting her to come to an upcoming concert by her band, she must look back and revisit […]

A Divided Heart Between Desire and Commitment: A Dramatic Romance

A Divided Heart Between Desire and Commitment: A Dramatic Romance

| September 14, 2019

A Divided Heart Between Desire and Commitment is a  dramatic romance of college sweethearts torn apart, second chance relationships, the unfolding of destiny, and the emotional journey of five orphans finding their way from abandonment to rescue. A Divided Heart Between Desire and Commitment offers readers a story of love, a dose of hope, and […]

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The Night of the Sciurus, A Western Michigan Tale of Terror

The Night of the Sciurus, A Western Michigan Tale of Terror

| September 13, 2019

“Reminiscent of Hitchcock’s The Birds” A cautionary tale about the consequences of environmental pollution… They are part of our daily lives. We watch them from our kitchen windows and backyard decks as they scurry over the branches of our tall oak trees. We laugh at their antics as they furiously bury and unbury their precious […]

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Neon Black

Neon Black

| September 12, 2019

A cynical, embittered man undergoes heart surgery following injury sustained in a terrorist attack. Under anesthesia, he dreams of bizarre confrontations with lovers from his past in a surrealist odyssey reminiscent of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. The man’s ghosts of the past demand retribution as he comes to realize that memories (and people) cannot […]

Growing Up In America:  A Million Years Ago

Growing Up In America: A Million Years Ago

| September 10, 2019

This book follows in the foot steps of “To Kill a Mocking Bird but is set not in the southern United States but instead the Midwest. The story written from the viewpoint of eight year old Blue Mann, who lives in the small all white Midwestern town of Walker in 1950’s America. When a black […]

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Morning Magic

Morning Magic

| September 9, 2019

New Moon Beach is a charmed hamlet by the sea, but when Olivia Merriman returns home after college to open her dream shop, Mystical Creations, the town becomes downright magical. Reunited with her sorceress sisters, Constance the baker and Harmony the mayor, Olivia is sure that she will forget Jonathan Maxwell, the man who broke […]

Secrets in the Sand (Book II)

Secrets in the Sand (Book II)

| September 8, 2019

1335 B.C. Egypt is failing. Allies are leaving. War is inevitable. ? The power struggle for the throne should have ended long ago, yet it rages onward, shrouded in conspiracy and murder. ?Pharaoh Akhenaten’s plan to regain power from the priesthood of Amun is done, but his religious zeal has stripped the economy and the […]

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