Glass Half Broken

When the people Annie love mysteriously vanish one by one, how will she uncover the secret that lies trapped inside her own deceptive mind? Annie knows there’s something wrong with her. A child genius with crippling social anxiety and a compulsion for tearing at her wrist, Annie struggles to please her reputation-obsessed mother. Annie’s dad is the only one who understands her. But when he runs off on a spiritual quest during a manic episode, Annie blames herself. As she matures, Annie’s grief is reignited each time someone she cares about mysteriously disappears without a trace. Suspecting she’s gone insane, Annie learns she can’t trust anyone, least of all herself. When she finally discovers the shocking truth, Annie’s next move could mean the difference between life and death. Glass Half Broken is a fast-paced domestic thriller packed with mystery and a shocking twist!

Meet Rachel Richards

Author of the Amazon bestseller Hungry for Life: A Memoir Unlocking the Truth Inside an Anorexic Mind, Rachel Richards has always been fascinated by psychological disorders and integrative health. When she’s not writing, Rachel is a licensed massage therapist with a private practice, and hosts a hugely popular YouTube channel dedicated to teaching self-massage and wellness. Rachel lives in Manhattan with her husband and young daughter—whose vivid fantasy world inspired Glass Half Broken.


“Stephanie Courtland is deeply troubled: she suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder, which makes it impossible for her to understand the wrongfulness of the murderous acts committed by her alters. Beth, on the surface, appears calm, reasonable, and wanting to be in control. Stephanie’s psychologist. Dr. James Galloway is suspicious of this alters behavior because of Beth’s constant internal dialogue with Tiffany – the dominant personality. Tiffany thrives on adrenaline and violent aggression – the only things that genuinely engage her Dr. Galloway’s end goal will attempt to integrate her alters so that Stephanie’s ego identity is less fractured and more cohesive.”

Meet Michael McDonald-Low

Michael McDonald-Low is a former infantry officer who served in Vietnam in 1967-68 and was appointed by the Defense Prisoner of War Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) as the first-ever Southeast Asia Veteran Liaison. As the Veteran Liaison, he participated in South East Asia case analysis and reviewed background information and investigative reporting related to unresolved ground loss cases in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia; he has investigated some of America’s most challenging mysteries as documented in his non-fiction book, Unaccounted. McDonald-Low has an extensive writing background, having published extreme sports magazines for over twenty-five years.Terminal Impulses was his first novel, Down the River was his second, and Eye for the Work is his third novel.

Just City

Just City is an award-winning novella about 21-year-old Nathan who dreams about creating a cool start-up with his friend Jack. To get money for the start-up Nathan starts playing a virtual reality game as part of a scientific experiment. The game forces Nathan to discover what it is like to be in the skin of somebody else, for whom the cards have been dealt differently. The depressing experiences of playing the game make Nathan question his belief in meritocracy and pick a fight with Jack. What is just and what do we really deserve? This is only the beginning of Nathan’s search for a new life credo that will have both love and reason at its core.

Meet Olga Tymofiyeva

Olga Tymofiyeva, PhD, was born in 1981 in Kyiv, Ukraine. After having lived in Ukraine and Germany, she now lives in the US and works as an Associate Professor of Neuroimaging at the University of California in San Francisco. The award-winning novella Just City is Olga’s first fiction book, which reflects her passion for science and critical thinking.