Light My Pyre

EVERWOOD FALLS… a small supernatural community tucked up in the Colorado Rockies where witches, werewolves and vampires can live without fear of discovery, and those with curses they can’t control are sent to keep the existence of magic from being revealed to Mundanes. As a prince of the fae High Court, Asher Heath has always been caught between two worlds—the kingdom of faerie where his fire magic is unparalleled and the human realm where he works as a firefighter. But two months ago, he lost control of a blaze his fae magic was supposed to contain, with tragic results. With his magic poisoned by a demon curse, he can’t risk getting close to anyone… including Gwyn, the fierce and beautiful dragon shifter he encounters out in a thunderstorm in the woods. But trouble has followed Asher to Everwood Falls. An arsonist is setting fires around town using demon magic to possess their victims—and their targets get bigger every time. Gwyneth Drake doesn’t need a prince to save her. She shifts into a twenty-foot fire-breathing dragon who can fight her own battles. A fierce advocate for the dragon community, she was forced into hiding when an ex tried to sear her dragon from the skies. Now dragon blood has been found at one of the arson sites and she and Asher will have to work together to stop the arsonist before they strike again. Someone from Gwyn’s past may have followed her to Everwood Falls, and they’re too close to the case for comfort… With a herd of enchanted elk, carnivorous spruce trees, and sentient pumpkins that stalk the local landscaping, Everwood Falls is a quirky mountain town where scales and fur mean found family.

Meet Kat Kinney

Author Kat Kinney lives with her family and three extremely pampered guinea pigs who do not like werewolves, vampires, or dragons and wonder why their human insists on writing about things that like to eat them. When she isn’t writing about things that bite and howl, Kat can be found knitting crazy socks and plotting out future books!

Whispers to Heaven: Prayers for little souls

This book highlights the gentle and innocent nature of children’s prayers, emphasizing the idea that their prayers (whispers) are heard by heaven and encouraging them to pray throughout the day.

Meet The Asiedus

The Asiedus, Emmanuel Obeng Asiedu and Lidia Ivone Nhamirre Isac with their daughter Zoe-Liel Agyeiwaa Asiedu is a Christian family sharing about their faith and family.

Escape to Osprey Cove

What Doug finds in the secret compartment of his new red Corvette will forever change his life. It will also change Catherine’s. Doug and Catherine come from two different worlds. Catherine’s world is one of privilege and wealth. Doug grew up dirt poor and full of envy of others who had the things that he wanted but could not have. His goal was to one day have all the things he coveted. Their worlds collide when Catherine, VP of a large New York City marketing firm, hires Doug. As soon as Doug learns of Catherine’s wealth, he sees Catherine as his ticket to all the things he covets. After a whirlwind courtship, they are married. Poor boy meets rich girl should have resulted in happily ever after — not exactly. Doug quickly learns he also covets independence. Events begin to unfold in each of their lives. For Doug, it is his mysterious discovery in the secret compartment of the Corvette. For Catherine, it is a business meeting with Alex Droxell at the Osprey Cove Lodge. When Catherine enters the beautiful and serene lodge, it’s as though she is entering another place and time. The lodge is an escape from the nightmare she is living back home. Authors Note: The Osprey Cove Lodge series is uniquely written, spanning seven geographic locations from the scenic Canadian region of the Rideau lakes to the beautiful shores of the Caribbean. An interesting web of mystery develops as the characters’ lives intertwine. The setting for The Osprey Cove Lodge series was born from my love of the beauty of this region in Canada. The description of the lodge is so beautiful and inviting that you will want to pack your bags and head there. The series is written in a continuing fashion; please be sure to read the books in the order written.


Meet Luisa Marietta Gold

Luisa Marietta Gold spent much of her adult life in Pennsylvania working for a large corporation. After her daughter was born, she relocated to North Carolina and began working as a Realtor while operating a recreational business with her husband. Her current home is near a lake reminiscent of the Rideau Lakes, which provided the setting for The Osprey Cove Lodge Series. The series was born from her love of that region of Canada, the outdoors, and lake life. Many years were spent enjoying the Rideau, staying in lodges, and for a time, her own cottage. Among her interests are swimming, painting, cooking, baking, and of course, writing and storytelling. But it’s the simple things of life that bring the most enjoyment, like the beauty of the trees outside the window of her writing room as they change with the seasons, watching the sunrise and sunset, and being entertained by her kitties as they interact and play. Many of these interests and life experiences are woven into the pages of her books.

A Happy Christmas Ceilidh

It’s their first winter holiday together on the Shrouded Isle… American widow Becca, her two daughters, and her Scottish boyfriend, Greg, are looking forward to celebrating. But trouble comes… As an elf on the shelf moves of its own volition, a snowman attracts too much attention, and an elderly neighbor is in dire need of Christmas cheer. To make matters worse… Becca and Greg find perfect gifts for each other. Unfortunately, neither can afford the price. Hilarity ensues as they struggle to find solutions for their problems. A Happy Christmas Ceilidh is a heart-warming tale about what happens when love brings a family and a community together. This stand-alone novella is a part of The Shrouded Isle series.

Meet Zoe Tasia

Zoe Tasia grew up in Oklahoma and spent seven years in Scotland. Now she resides in the great state of Texas, where everything’s bigger and better, or so she’s told by the natives. Zoe is married to an understanding Greek, has two grown sons, and three cat overlords. When she’s not giving her make-believe friends full rein, she enjoys the opera, ballet, well-chilled champagne and books. Kilts and Catnip, a finalist for the 2019 National Readers’ Choice Awards and semi-finalist for the 2019 Ozma Book Awards, is the first book in her fantasy series, The Shrouded Isle. The series includes Bagpipes and Basil (The Shrouded Isle Book 2), Tartan and Thyme (The Shrouded Isle Book 3), the novella, A Happy Christmas Ceilidh, and the novelettes, Poetry and Pyres and Autumn Antics. There will be six books in the series and six or more shorter pieces. Tasia’s unpublished book, Doolittling, won second place in the 2023 Rudy Contest. Three of her shorter pieces are published in the anthology, Quick Draw!: Fast and Funny Fiction. A short story of hers is in the anthology, The Haunted Train: Creep Tales from the Railways. Zoe Tasia has also co-written three books published under the pen name Zari Reede. Reede’s unpublished book, Voodoo Blues on Bayou Lafourche, is a finalist for the 2022 Killer Nashville Claymore Awards.

Murder in Black and White

First book in the High Country Mystery Series! Sheriff Jeff McQuede becomes suspicious when a robber breaks into the Coal County Museum and steals only one item – a black-and-white class photograph. Under the name Jerome Slade the photographer had printed two ominous words: never graduated. When a body is unearthed beneath the newly demolished school, McQuede realizes Slade had not left Black Mountain the night of the spring dance. McQuede soon uncovers hidden rivalries between Slade and his classmates. When he discovers that Heather Kenwell and the woman of his dreams, Loris Conner, were rivals for Slade’s affection, McQuede fears finding out the truth. Theft, blackmail, and another brutal killing lead back to photographs taken by Black Mountain’s eccentric photographer, Bruce Fenton. While others see an innocent collection, McQuede sees murder in black and white.

Meet Vickie Britton

Loretta Jackson and Vickie Britton, sisters and coauthors, are drawn to out-of-the-way places, old mining towns, and vast rangelands where the legends and history of the past live on. Inspired by the rugged mountains of Wyoming and Colorado, they find the lonely, high country region a perfect setting for their novels. Both writers now live in Kansas; Loretta in Junction City, Vickie in Hutchinson.. Others include their mysteries Arctic Legacy, Path of the Jaguar, and Nightmare in Morocco and The Luck of the Draw Western Series: The Devil’s Game, The Fifth Ace, and The Wild Card. –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Miss Knight and the Night in Lagos

Where African myth meets Victorian manners. The mission is simple: Travel to Lagos, save the Brownies, and don’t die in the process. Unfortunately for paranormal investigator Miss Beatrice Knight, her employer is a werewolf which means nothing is ever simple. Upon arrival, Miss Knight is insulted by the police, chased by a vampire, and visited by a talking chimp. Everything is going according to plan, just not her plan. At least they serve tea in the colonies, but will that be enough to survive the night? Miss Knight and the Night in Lagos is a prequel to the Society for Paranormals series, in which a paranormal detective refuses to let danger, death, and unsolicited suitors inconvenience her in colonial Kenya. Welcome to a cozy mystery series concerning Victorian etiquette, African mythology, and the search for a perfect spot of tea.

Meet Vered Ehsani

Vered Ehsani has been a writer since she could hold pen to paper, which is a lot longer than she cares to admit. She lives in Kenya with her family and various other animals. The monkeys in her backyard inspire Vered to create fun, upbeat adventures with a supernatural twist. She enjoys playing with quirky, witty characters who don’t quite fit the template for ‘normal’ despite their best efforts. She’s perfectly comfortable exploring the brighter side of human nature. Are you looking for a mind-refreshing dip into a charming, fanciful world? Then welcome. Sit down with a cup of tea and prepare to be reminded that life can be a delightful place.

Mrs. Meade and the Invisible Lodger: A Short Story

“Mrs. Meade, might I speak to you a moment? It’s—it’s quite absurd, but most distressing, and I really don’t know what to do.” Mrs. Meade’s landlady has an unnerving problem: her new lodger doesn’t seem to exist! No one in Sour Springs besides Mrs. Henney has ever seen him—so where does he go when he leaves the house every morning? The obvious solution is to lay the question before Mrs. Meade. This is a stand-alone short story, which can be enjoyed in any order with the Mrs. Meade Mysteries or by readers new to the series.

Meet Elisabeth Grace Foley

Elisabeth Grace Foley has been an insatiable reader and eager history buff ever since she learned to read, has been scribbling stories ever since she learned to write, and now combines those loves in writing historical fiction. She has been twice nominated for the Western Fictioneers’ Peacemaker Award, and her historical mystery novel LAND OF HILLS AND VALLEYS was voted into the top ten of Readfree.ly’s 50 Best Indie Books of 2021. When not reading or writing, she enjoys spending time outdoors, music, crocheting, and watching sports and old movies. She lives in upstate New York with her family and the world’s best German Shepherd. Visit her online at www.elisabethgracefoley.com.

To Kill a Catfish

Exposing men’s lies is Vally’s specialty—until one comes back for revenge. Vally Evans has a dangerous hobby. After her boyfriend cheats on her with a girl online, she vows to spare others from the same fate. Using her best friend Brooklyn’s photos, she creates a fake Instagram account, helping girls who suspect their boyfriends might be unfaithful. It’s easy. With Brooklyn’s winning smile, she’s perfect bait. And while it’s satisfying to catch them in the act, Vally’s profile is slowly becoming more and more notorious around her college campus. A recent victim of her vigilante warpath, Blaine isn’t happy that she’s ruined his “perfect” relationship. Vally is suddenly inundated with threatening DMs, promising revenge. But what can he do with a fake Instagram account? That is, until Brooklyn goes missing. Fueled by panic and guilt, Vally is determined to find her friend. But Blaine has gone silent. And not only that—there are dozens of them. Men whose lives Vally has ruined under the guise of Brooklyn’s photos. With trails leading to dead ends, no help from the police, and a handsome neighbor who’s mysteriously invested, Vally will stop at nothing to get Brooklyn back. Fast-paced, hilariously witty, and exhilaratingly suspenseful, To Kill a Catfish will have you caught up in the mess that is kidnapping, mistaken identity, and revenge. Buy To Kill a Catfish now to walk the fine line between justice and vengeance.

Meet Polly Harris

Polly Harris is the founder and owner of Pauline Harris Editorial, an editorial company that focuses on juvenile and genre fiction. Polly has worked in publishing for almost a decade, as an author, first reader, assistant, and editor.

Potions and Prosecco

Not everything that lies in the shadows is dark. But when rogue witches start appearing, it is not only the cocktails that start turning sour. Daisy Banks’ feet have been in two worlds long enough. And when a new friendship brings her to a prohibition themed night on a paddle steamer, she puts her best foot forward convinced that not every party in Folly Gate ends in murder … right? But not everything is running smoothly in her new world … Jasper is missing, and the follies are crumbling under her guard. Following a hunch, she is determined to prove she deserves the trust of the local constabulary. But as she uncovers leads, someone in town is playing around with crossover potions — and the Grand Coven is demanding answers from her too. Can Daisy balance her new life in Folly Gate and the demands of leading a coven? Or will it all be taken from her, extinguishing the Banks line forever? ‘Potions and Prosecco’ is the captivating second book in the ‘Merry Meet’ paranormal cozy mystery series. If you like magic, mystery and a little mayhem you’ll love Luna Martin’s cork-popping tale. Buy ‘Potions and Prosecco’ to start your intoxicating adventure today!

Meet Luna Martin

I live in Devon, UK, where mysteries are a large part of county history. When I am not writing, I enjoy walks with my husband and much-loved dog throughout the Devonshire, Cornish and Welsh countryside. I also love baking bread and delicious cakes, spending time in the garden and anything else that makes a house a home.