Wasp Canyon

Jessica Cleary took up running the Arizona hiking trails as a way to cope with the recent loss of her father. While out on a run in Wasp Canyon, Jessica stumbles upon a gruesome scene and finds herself injured and running for her life. There is something lurking inside Wasp Canyon—something vicious, cunning, and with an insatiable appetite. When people in town start falling victim to a mysterious predator and the police are unable to offer any explanation, Jessica decides it’s time to stop running—it’s time to stop running and fight.

Meet Danielle McCrory

Danielle McCrory was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona. She attended school in Tucson and Flagstaff, and has degrees in Graphic Design and Physical Therapy. She currently lives in Tucson with her husband, Ryan McCrory, and their two cats, Brodi and Jaxson. Danielle loves horror movies, animals, rainy days, and Halloween. In addition to her love for all things scary, she is also an avid reader and lover of books. Danielle’s love for reading was passed along by her father, who taught Danielle how to read with Goosebumps books, of which she had many. Danielle then went on to read Fear Street novels, before turning to Stephen King, Michael Crichton, and Michael Connolly. Danielle’s favorite author is Stephen King. While Danielle often entertained the idea of becoming a writer, she didn’t give the dream much serious thought until her father passed away from cancer in 2020. She turned to writing as a way to cope with her loss, and ended up writing a full length novel about a young girl who also lost her father. This novel, Wasp Canyon, follows a grieving girl as she makes a horrific discovery on a hiking trail and finds herself battling demons much darker—and much more dangerous—than her grief alone. Danielle loves writing because she believes there are still so many scary stories left untold, and she is thrilled to get the opportunity to tell some of these stories. She is currently working on her next two novels, which she plans to release next year. Danielle’s love for writing continues to grow, and she is always looking for more books to add to her library. “There’s nothing like curling up with a hot cup of coffee, a cozy blanket, and the most gruesome horror novel you can find.” -Danielle McCrory

Wicked Magic

Nathan’s been training as a vampire hunter since he could walk. Now he’s seventeen, and the final hurdle between him and graduation is his initiations. This is the worst possible time to be having doubts. But when trouble comes to town, those doubts could just be what saves Nathan’s life.

Meet Margot de Klerk

Margot de Klerk is an author of all things paranormal fantasy. She is most often found in her favourite coffee shop typing furiously on her computer with an iced late at hand. When not writing, she enjoys photography, travelling, sewing, and various sports.

Gretel: A Fairytale Retold: A Lesbian Romance

Once in a while love gives us a fairy tale… Tormented by a pack of bloodthirsty wolves, Hans and his sister Gretel, run for their lives. Desperation leads them into the comforting arms of a beautiful woman who asks for nothing in return for her kindness. While Gretel finds herself drawn to the seductress, Hans grows suspicious of her motives. Torn between a brother she adores and a woman she can’t help but admire, Gretel is forced to make a choice. Will sibling bonds override the lure of a newfound love? Find out in this exciting adult fairy tale full of action, adventure, and romance. ‘Gretel: A Fairytale Retold’ is a thrilling adaptation of a classic fairytale for fans of Angela Carter’s ‘Bloody Chamber’ and Malinda Lo’s modern classic, ‘Ash’. It is a six-chapter short story of just over 12,400 words and contains some explicit passages. This book is for anyone who loves: Lesbian Fairy Tales Lesbian Romance Young Adult and New Adult Fiction Action Adventure Stories Exciting stories with Strong Female Lead Characters Historical Fiction Fantasy Fiction Rollicking Adventures with Sapphic Romance

Meet Niamh Murphy

Niamh Murphy is a historian, archaeologist, and bestselling author of adventure books with lesbian main characters. She tells stories of gripping adventure and epic fantasy, with a dash of romance. She loves to explore historical settings, science fiction landscapes, and fantasy worlds. Her stories most often involve exciting characters such as knights, pirates, vampires, and mermaids. But she has been known to tell more contemporary stories of teenage angst, coming out, and exploring lesbian relationships for the first time. Visit her website for a free book: www.AuthorNiamh.com

Forgotten Dragons

300 Years’ before Columbus there was a Welsh prince, named Madoc. Cherokee legends tell of a brave group of moon-eyed, pale-skinned explorers who many generations ago crossed a great water to reach their lands. These people called themselves Welsh, and their story begins here . . .

Meet Dai Pryce

Born in Llanelwy, North Wales. The author grew up in the small coastal town of Flint, famous for its thirteenth century castle. After graduating from Leeds University with a Mining Engineering degree, he spent the next seven years living and working in Southern Africa. He now resides in the beautiful state of Colorado but returns to Wales as often as possible to visit family and soak up the indefinable atmosphere of the land of his birth. Proper fish and chips and CAMRA pubs serving real ale are the icing on the bara brith.

Cold Hands

Based on true events … After a lonely teenager from a dysfunctional family tries to kills himself, he meets a terminally ill girl and realises that suicide is not the only escape for a better life.

Meet Oliver Smuhar

My name is Oliver and I’m a twenty-one-year-old Australian writer. I have just finished a Bachelor’s in Communications Journalism, am a multi-award winning author, and was on Amazon’s #1 best-sellers list for contemporary fantasies in 2020.

The Games of Cordella

A dystopian contemporary fantasy mystery where a feared magical assassin meets a socially outcasted mortal noble boy. To win the Survival Game, participants must survive for two years in an area known as the Dark Zone, where the forever elusive monsters come out after dark. Levi once thought that the scariest thing were the monsters, but it turned out that human nature was worse. He is drawn to the mysterious participants called Graphique, around whom he feels the most free. A light of hope in the two years of hell, not made hell by the fact that he’s in the games, but by those around him. An urge for freedom of expression will have its consequences. How will he choose? How will everyone else choose? Teenagers will be teenagers. But what will be the consequences of their actions?

Meet NineRings

NineRings is bilingual Australian Chinese non-binary author who sees the world through very different lens as a result of their upbringing. Aside from writing, they are a cellist, flutist and artist, stubbornly choosing to create the covers of their novel as ‘it holds a personal connection’. The story of the universe known as the Nine Rings, developed over many years of spacing out in class and at work, extends across all of their novels under the same pen name regardless of the original language of publishing.

The Epic of Glenda Mesh

The infamous Glenda Mesh will not be a monster any more, even if it kills her. Together with her ex-rival, Enkidu, she will take on a hero’s quest to save herself, her legacy, and her city.

Meet Christopher Fryer

Christopher Fryer is a teacher and busy father living with his wife in California.

Hadley’s Mountain Top Valley: A Short Story Adventure Book for Boys and Girls (Kids 8-12)

If you are looking for a short but fun fantasy story for your kids to enjoy, Hadley’s Mountain Top Valley is the perfect one for you. This story features three boys who live on a mountain top and have an unexpected romance when a stranger drops in on them. Take a journey with three boys who have been self-sufficient on Hadley Mountain for years. Losing their parents, they are being cared for by each other and the little resources available when one day an unexpected visitor literally drops in on them from out of nowhere and changes everything about their lives forever! Includes over a dozen Illustrations by Aleksandra Hammer Shelved as: YA fantasy books Middle-grade novels Children’s books YA fantasy romance books YA graphic novels Kids’ books age 8-10 Middle-grade books Positive Principles Shared in Story: Honesty Accountability Curiosity Respect Determination

Meet Bruce Goldwell

Life teaches us many lessons and one of them should not be experiencing being homeless. Goldwell was homeless for over a decade and while homeless, he frequented bookstores to read self-help books. He saw The Secret in 2006 and decided to write a book about it. He decided to write fantasy books and embed success principles to help readers live a better life. Dragon Keepers, and now Starfighters, is his first fantasy book series. In this book, he introduces readers to a world where dragons are real and are the most powerful creatures in the universe. Goldwell has released 5 books of the series and is working on the 6th book. He has also released the first book of the Starfighters series, Starfighters: Defending Earth. Goldwell has worked as a journey carpenter, computer programmer, high school teacher, draftsman, and writer. Goldwell’s dream is to give back to the community and help others live better lives. IN MEMORY OF RUTH AND FRANK THOMPSON, MY FIRST PUBLISHERS.


Jack the Eternal Dog is back–now in the Modern Era. Follow him in the Sonoran desert of early 19th Century, as a feisty Scottie dog in one of the first American dog shows, running in the trenches of World War I, as one of the “space dogs” in mid-20th Century Russia, and as a young British Columbian families unlikely best hope. If you’re looking for adventure, companionship, heroism, and–sometimes–just plain fun, Jack will never let you down.

Meet Alec Rowell

Alec channels dog spirits and future aliens into things called “books.” All four volumes of JACK COMES BACK: Tales of the Eternal Dog are currently available on Amazon in print & ebook form. The 3-volume Revolt on Lorraine: RISTOS, DEMOS, & PLEXOS will be coming out in 2023; they take place in Alec’s SDU (Sixer Diaspora Universe), which deconstructs all the major forms of human government and presents an all new, better solution.

How to Crush the Teenage Years Like a Boss

Popular author and speaker Dr. Trina Boice helps teens navigate self-confidence, dating, school, jobs, money, trials, family relationships, and more! Celebrities share their wisdom too, and all of the comic strip artwork that is featured in the book is by award-winning designer Brittany Olsen. Dr. Trina shares stories and advice to help teenagers choose wisely because their choices today will affect the quality of the rest of their lives. Your teens are going to love this book! The fun and inspiring book utilizes the theme of glasses to illustrate how we SEE things as we LOOK into the future! Each chapter FOCUSES on different aspects and types of eyewear to illustrate and help teens expand their VISION of their future.

Meet Trina Boice

Dr. Trina Boice grew up in California and currently lives in Las Vegas. In 2004, she was honored as the California Young Mother of the Year, an award which completely amuses her 4 sons. She’s a #1 Amazon best-selling author of 31books with another one hitting store shelves soon! You can see them all at TrinasBooks. You can listen to her daily podcasts on the Volley app on your iPhone or on Spotify, Alexa, and Anchor. It’s called “Daily Inspirational Quotes with Trina Boice”. She is a movie critic at www.MovieReviewMom.com and offers online courses for professional & personal success at Lifelong Learning Education. She helps writers as an author coach to turn their books into a thriving business at FromBook2Business and shares travel hacks at EmptyNestTravelHacker. Trina has a doctoral degree in Management at CTU and teaches class at Brigham Young University. Her master’s degrees are in Healthcare Administration and Community Wellness Promotion. Trina earned two Bachelor’s degrees from BYU where she competed on the Speech and Debate team and the Ballroom Dance Team. She was President of the National Honor Society Phi Eta Sigma and served as ASBYU Secretary of Student Community Services. Trina also studied at the University of Salamanca in Spain and later returned there to serve an LDS mission in Madrid for 1 1/2 years. She has a Real Estate license, Travel Agent license, 2 Master’s degrees, and a Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do, although she’s the first one to admit she’d pass out from fright if she were ever really attacked by a bad guy. She is a doctoral candidate in Management with a concentration in Adult Education Leadership. She is passionate about learning! She worked as a Legislative Assistant for a Congressman in Washington D.C., and was given the “Points of Light” Award and Presidential Volunteer Service Award for her domestic and international community service. She currently teaches at Brigham Young University and is the Entertainment News Editor for BellaOnline.com Trina was selected by KPBS in San Diego to be a political correspondent during the last election. If she told you what she really did for a living she’d have to kill you.