In the year 1949, Monsur gets sold as a slave at the age of 12. He finds another slave named Iqra, 13 years old, while serving his master. Within weeks Monsur comes to know his master, Mr. Derinsky raped Iqra daily along with verbal abuse. One day, while Iqra was being choked to death while raping, Monsur shot his master twice to go to prison. His masters were powerful controller of the town while Mrs. Derinsky convicted him with three years in prison. Mrs. Derinsky ran the best motor engine company called Derin Motors at that time and had political influence from the party Polars. Monsur, arriving in prison, meets the president of the opposing party Oppenheim, Mr. Kingsley, who turns Monsur into a beast. Kingsley promises Monsur that when he gets out he would take Monsur as his party’s member. Monsur starts to pursuit the dream of creating his own engine company after getting out and take down Derin Motors. But the real question is will he ever get out? Will he ever get his revenge?

Meet Saimum Islam Jeem

Saimum Islam Jeem, born in 2003 in Dhaka, Bangladesh, is a university student at Military Institute of Science and Technology. At the age of 18, he had decided to write a novel after publishing stories and poems with Bangladesh’s reputed magazines and newspapers. He has self-published two novels since. He has a gaming YouTube channel with over 33000+ subscribers. He is an advanced Photoshop Designer who made both the cover of the novel himself. He is living with his full family in Dhaka, Bangladesh

The Body Tax: A Short Story

Our government’s most heinous crimes are the ones we never question. In a future society where citizens pay a quarterly “body tax” by serving as mindless automatons under the watchful eye of an all-seeing police state, a young woman discovers that she’s unexpectedly pregnant after completing her term of servitude. Determined to preserve her freedom and the life of her unborn child, she becomes a fugitive, risking everything to uncover the dark secrets that her government is hiding from the public.

Meet Joe Vasicek

Joe Vasicek fell in love with science fiction and fantasy when he read The Neverending Story as a child. He wrote several unfinished novels in high school and took Brandon Sanderson’s writing class at Brigham Young University. He first came onto the indie writing scene in 2011 with his debut novel Genesis Earth. Since then, he has written more than twenty books, including Genesis Earth, Gunslinger to the Stars, The Sword Keeper, and the Sons of the Starfarers series. His stories have been published in Leading Edge, Kasma SF, Serial Magazine, Gallery of Curiosities, and Bards and Sages Quarterly. As a young man, he studied Arabic and traveled across the Middle East and the Caucasus Mountains. He has also traveled across the United States, from Texas to New England and California to Washington DC. He lives in Utah with his wife, daughter, and two apple trees.

RIOT: A 1960s Love Story

A fast-paced journey on an emotional roller coaster, bursting with political and sexual passions. It’s the late 1960s. The Vietnam War, the Antiwar Movement and the Black Power Movement are rushing toward their explosive peaks. In the midst of this charged environment, an inter-racial pair of young activists fall madly in love. Awaiting them are excitement, danger, heartache and redemption. RIOT: A 1960s Love Story chronicles these lovers’ challenging journey: their coming of age amidst an unpopular war, a racially polarized city, a hostile mayor and ever-mounting threats, all while working through their own deep psychological issues. 1968 is marked by campus unrest, urban rebellions and assassinations, as well as political violence that thrusts the duo into clashes with Chicago’s police and the National Guard. The suspense builds breathlessly to a heartrending climax during the street protests surrounding that summer’s Democratic National Convention.

Meet Charles S. Isaacs

The 13th Vote

On a distant world, in a not-too-distant future, Alyn Frederick Jr. arrives home from college and is shocked by his father’s murder. Alyn hasn’t a clue as to who killed him or why, but even more puzzling, finds himself as the main suspect. A forlorn detective, employing a rapidly developing A.I., partners with an idealistic journalist to find answers. They uncover a grand conspiracy, orchestrated by a powerful politician, who aims to radically transform society, but must trigger an interplanetary civil war to do it. Alyn must discover a dark truth about his family’s legacy if he is to clear his name and prevent the genocide. And the key to it all, is his grandfather’s wristwatch. 

Meet Brendan Gavin

Brendan is a book-lover, curator of ideas and a keen observer of our human condition, who has combined these with his passion for vintage time pieces, and finally wrote the book he was always wanted to read.

The Foundation Game: Beginning (“The Foundation Game” Series – Book 1)

The Foundation Game. A global web of political and financial deceptive activities concealed under the auspices of a nonprofit, or “third sector” foundation, highlighting the conflicts between the public good and personal quest for wealth and power.

The first book Beginning introduces the characters Margo Maxwell and her nemesis Jonathan Ross in a fast-moving thriller about criminal and unethical behavior involving Silicon Valley players, Interpol, FBI and a US Senator.

Meet Brenda kempster

Born in Liverpool, England, Brenda Kempster immigrated with her family to California when she was a teenager. She received her undergraduate degrees from California State University, Long Beach and her Master’s Degree from the University of San Francisco in Public Administration.

Her career spans the corporate, government and nonprofit sectors. She understands the influence of the “Third Sector” in business and government, and weaves this experience into her suspense thrillers.

Brenda has received recognition from the White House, government, public sector and Fortune 500 companies for her work in coalition building and public policy. She has served on numerous national and international committees and advisory councils as expert in digital literacy policy.
She has lived in Europe, Latin America, and currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia with her family.

Raw Nerve


A fast-paced political action thriller!

Set in 1997, Janice N. Mathias, the Governor of Georgia, looks set to be the next President of the United Sates of America – She also happens to be black.

How will the Ku Klux Klan respond?

Gideon is the man who makes the difference as he tears the dark veil from the face of white supremacy…