Wall of Fire

“A riveting tale of resistance, romance, and betrayal, […] a blistering rollercoaster ride from start to finish.” – Readers’ Favorite® Review

The final safe haven. A test of belonging. Deception of epic proportions.

Sheltered inside a dome city, Emery believes she’s safe from the worst danger imaginable: a ravaging pandemic. But when her beloved brother falls victim to a strange and deadly disease, she risks everything to save him, illegally crossing the Wall of Fire that divides their city in search of the medicine that will save his life. When her plan goes awry, she becomes an unwilling participant in a gauntlet of trials she must pass or be exiled forever.

While fighting for her life, she unexpectedly meets up with Eason, the guy she’s secretly loved forever and never dreamed she’d ever see again. Suddenly, everything she thought she knew is thrown into question, and trusting the wrong person could mean the difference between life and death—not only for Emery and her brother, but for everyone she’s ever known.

Could the one thing that was meant to protect her actually be her biggest threat?

For fans of the Hunger Games, Divergent, andDelirium series comes a gripping, fast-paced story of deception, intrigue, hope, and enduring loveWall of Fire is the first book in the young adult, post-apocalyptic, dystopian Wall of Fire Series.


Meet Melanie Tays

Melanie Tays is an author of young adult, speculative fiction. She loves stories with twists you don’t see coming, intriguing questions, and satisfying answers. She spends her days imagining how the world could be different and then takes readers along for a surprising and exciting ride.
Melanie lives in Arizona with her husband, Chris, and two brilliant daughters who keep life interesting.

How It Ends

What would you do if you found yourself in lockdown, in a town far from home, when you realise the dead aren’t staying dead? John and Kyra, two friends, have to ask themselves just that question. Stuck in Whitby, a seaside town on the coast of England, the two friends find themselves observers at the end of the world. The choices they make, the things they need to do, are all to ensure they survive what comes. This is their story of survival. This is How it Ends.

Meet Richard Murray

A reader, writer and lover of fiction. I explore worlds in my imagination and put pen to paper to share those with you.

Less Than Little Time

On the verge of losing her battle with cancer, young environmentalist and policewoman Connie gets a chance to leave her mark on the world by helping an activist group fight for new laws. But when she learns the true scale of the group´s plans, she must decide between saving the planet and saving her family.

Meet Sabina Green

Sabina Green is the debut author of the apocalyptic novel Less Than Little Time which is the first instalment of the Between Worlds series. She is an environmentalist and this passion is woven into her novels. When not writing, she can be found haunting local bookstores, taking walks in parks, and chasing other people’s dogs for cuddles. She was born in Prague, Czechia and now lives in Perth, Western Australia with her son.

Rescuers From Illur

Very few in the worn encampment even notice the boy they have known since birth. With feelings of not being liked or cared for, Edan spends his days exploring and only returns for meager shelter during the night. Believing he is fine on his own, the quiet boy has adapted to rely only on himself. Strangers arrive at a camp built around a structure that was long ago a wondrous house. They come on the heels of fear, but bring knowledge and the promise of travel to a thriving society. The possibility of prosperity within a world of hard work and nothingness would mean tremendous change for those living in the camp. Edan is wary, but interested in the strangers and soon connects with one who believes she is meant to save his people. As Edan’s bond grows with the captivating girl, Vita, the strangers ready themselves to return to Illur with the people of the encampment. Even though he has every reason to go, it is a struggle for Edan to leave the only place he has known to travel somewhere he hopes exists. Trust is hard won for a boy who is used to being alone, but loyalty seems rooted in his soul. He wants to believe, for himself and all the others of his camp who wonder if they can find a better life in Illur. When the strangers come, will you go with them? Book 2 of Divine Land of Illur series – Snare of Illur out on May 10th, 2022

Meet Cajah Reed

With in-depth education and experience in psychology, sociology, and welfare work, Cajah has unique insight into various behaviors within society. She uses this knowledge to construct immersive worlds, dynamic interactions between characters, and inventive storylines. This author is also conscious of the impact trauma can have on individuals and the immense work it takes to build trust. Due to this, she digs deep into internal conflicts within characters to tell the emotional and often raw story in an authentic way.

The Astral Hacker

In 2120, New America is the world leader in technology and individual freedom. Why, then, has seventeen-year-old Fae Luna felt like an isolated prisoner her entire life? She survived the worst of the foster care system by honing her skills as a top-level hacker and thanks to the support of her humanoid robot, Sunny, who is illegally upgraded to a human-level AI. Finally, she’s matched with a foster mom who treats her kindly. Fae slowly lets her guard down until a suspicious tragedy tears them apart. With no flesh-and-blood friends, she is forced to call Blaze, a guild-mate from her online holo-game, who introduces her to a motley crew of rebels and loyalists. When they dig into Fae’s mystery, they discover a far-reaching and deadly conspiracy. Fae promised her dying mother she would never alter her body with a brain implant, but with the Evo, her hacking skills would be unbeatable. Lethal battles and devastating consequences will challenge her vow. Will Fae choose the enhancement or trust her own exceptional mind to defeat a secretive and powerful force threatening all New Americans?


Meet Brian Terenna

Brian Terenna is a dystopian, fantasy, science fiction, and cyberpunk author. He grew up in a land of possibilities. He saw a path to all of them, but could only pick one. Now, he creates worlds, where fantasy is reality and reality is anything you make it. He is an avid chess player, an expert vegetable gardener, and a meditation master.

Angel of Death

A young girl with a power she doesn’t understand. Is she humanity’s last hope or its harbinger of doom? Angelica and her companions rise from the ashes of the Battle of Houston, contemplating their next move. After their great victory, they should feel at ease, but Angelica’s newfound powers sense a darkness calling to her from the north. An evil awaits the young girl and her friends, ready to test their beliefs. An evil a thousand times more powerful than the Master they had faced. Can they stand against this dark power, and more importantly, who is the lone warrior that follows their steps from beyond? Author Scott W Kimak takes you on a breathtaking apocalyptic ride in this second installment of the “I call him HIM” trilogy.

Meet Scott W. Kimak

Scott Kimak is the bestselling author of the “I call him HIM trilogy. He is also a history teacher and Kung Fu master. He came up with the story “I call him – HIM” when he was a teenager but failed miserably to put pen to paper. It took nearly forty years for him to make a second attempt. This time the words flowed unrestrained. Mr. Kimak lives in Harlingen Texas with the love of his life Diana and their six annoying pets.

The Siege of Sanctum: Survival’s Steep Price

Humanity is on the brink, goblin zombies hunger for flesh, and hulking monsters devour the unwary…

There is safety behind the fortress walls of Sanctum, the last known human city to survive the outbreak. But with a dystopian government intent on crushing dissent in the name of safety, Jack Wulf prefers to face the dangers outside the walls. Alone, he scavenges for technology and equipment he can sell on the black market.

Humanity can bite the dust, for all he cares.

But a brilliant scientist devises a foolproof plan to reverse the virus. Wulf has heard many ‘foolproof’ ideas before and knows better than to trust anyone or anything. Besides, he’s facing a dozen mutants who’ve cornered him in an abandoned basement—saving humanity is out of the question… unless he can save himself.


Meet Steven Bissett

Steven Bissett has been writing stories for over fourteen years. An eclectic author, he excels at seamlessly blending genres together to produce unique stories. With compelling characters, dynamic plots, and a crisp, candid style that holds nothing back, Bissett continues to delight readers of every age.

After the Apocalypse – The Kim and Kaya Chronicles

Kimberly and her beloved dog Kaya disobey her parents and sneak away from their underground shelter, intent on exploring a post-apocalyptic world. Are the teen and her loyal pet ready to face the dangers and horrors of what was left behind? Bestselling author Scott W. Kimak spins another tale of love, loss, and suspense in this breathtaking read.

Meet Scott W. Kimak

Scott Kimak is the bestselling author of the “I call him HIM trilogy. He is also a history teacher and Kung Fu master. He came up with the story “I call him – HIM” when he was a teenager but failed miserably to put pen to paper. It took nearly forty years for him to make a second attempt. This time the words flowed unrestrained. Mr. Kimak lives in Harlingen Texas with the love of his life Diana and their six annoying pets.