Traitor’s Revenge

Pirate Captain Alethea Hera found comfort with her life in the Undersea world of submarines, sunken cities, and sea monsters – a destination for all those, such as herself, who wish to run away from their past. But now, the discovery of an enchanted gemstone and a legendary treasure drives her past to haunt her. Alethea’s love-sick daughter Marina has her eye on an attractive Viking shieldmaiden, but raised in piracy, even she can’t ignore the allure of a treasure hunt. Unfortunately, this hunt will not only drive her apart from her love, but from her mother and her life in the Undersea world. Will Alethea dare to face her past in order to keep her pirate crew safe? Can Marina make the right choice for her future, and whether her mother has a place in it?

Meet Jessica Wood

Jessica is a British author with a degree in Creative Writing from Bath Spa University who now lives and works in Finland with her husband, who is also a writer and artist. She currently juggles writing with the even more difficult task of learning the Finnish language.

The Family Farm

After Beth graduates from college she decides to take the summer off and visit the family farm. A relaxing summer is what she thought would happen. After years it has changed, she meets new people and sees familiar faces. Her summer stay would reveal a family secret and a death that would change her life, a new romance and a neighbor out to get her. Will she find true love? Will she stay at the farm? Previously published as The Family Farm on Kindle Vella.

Meet Delia Coffey

Delia loves to create smaller stories that can be read in a few days, an afternoon off or relaxing anytime. She grew up in Missouri and spent 10 years on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. She loves to travel and lives in the country.

Gilded Lies

In the 1920s, this Peaky Blinders meets magic fantasy follows Lily Beth Winters and her reluctant journey to Boston to find a suitable husband to take over her failing family business. Once in Boston, Lily cannot help but fall deeper down into the enthralling world of old grudges and dark magic as she meets two enigmatic gangsters. With family secrets, deadly threats, and her reputation at stake, Lily must decide where her heart truly lies and in which world she belongs.

Meet J. S. Martin

J.S. Martin is the debut author of the Peaky Blinders meets magic series, Gilded Lies. She writes witty female characters that rise to defy the odds, twisting plots doused in dark magic, and swoony love interests shrouded in shadow. A former southern belle, she now resides in Boston, Massachusetts and is a lover of all things winter. When she’s not traveling the world, she can be found reading, writing, or spending time with her husband and daughter.

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.

Be Human, Not a Zombie: A Guide to Finding Your Fundamental Nature

Be Human, Not a Zombie: A Guide to Finding Your Fundamental Nature is a self-published book which got to be #1 best seller on amazon.ca – mental health It’s about an experiment the author did over 4 years on himself (10,000+ hrs) through meditation, self-inquiry, yoga, and mastery to touch back his fundamental nature and guides others how to touch theirs by turning within using the same means.

Meet Pawel Wegrzyn

Pawel Wegrzyn was a nationally ranked Canadian tennis player and a NCAA Division II scholarship recipient, and even with all that success in tennis-the thing he loves, and dedicated his life to, he would still get abused by his own mind constantly, which made no sense! Through 20 years of coaching tennis, he was also able to witness that the mind suffering wasn’t just an issue for himself, it was there for all his students, and this went way beyond the world of tennis. After that revelation he got interested in meditation, yoga, and the workings of the mind and that’s how Be Human, Not a Zombie was created.

Journey to the Hopewell Star

★★★★★ GOLD MEDAL WINNER, 2021 READERS’ FAVORITE INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS (Young Adult – Sci-Fi)
A mysterious star could bring stability to her world…or lead her to a blistering end.

Quiet and introverted twelve-year-old Sam Sanderson is comfortable living a simple life on her family’s peaceful farm. That is, until a mysterious visitor arrives one night, thrusting her on a formidable and dangerous journey across galaxies.

With little direction and no training manual, her mission is to find the elusive Hopewell Star to save a dying planet. But with time running out, a destructive business mogul tracking her every move, and deadly disasters threatening her community, she’ll have to rely on her wits, courage, and friends to make things right and restore peace to both worlds…all while surviving seventh grade.

From discovering the secret of the Hopewell Star to locating a lost civilization, this book has it all: exhilarating adventures, mystery and intrigue, and fascinating characters—you won’t be able to put it down!

Praise for Journey to the Hopewell Star:

GOLD MEDAL WINNER, 2021 Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards
WINNER of the Literary Titan Gold Award (December 2020)
GOLD AWARD RECIPIENT, MOM’S CHOICE AWARDS®
“A RED RIBBON WINNER and highly recommended” – The Wishing Shelf
Book Awards 2020 (UK)
A Must-Have New Brunswick Book of 2020 – Atlantic Books Today
LONGLISTED for The Miramichi Reader’s “The Very Best!” Book Awards 2021

“[A] spellbinding story that is impossible to put down.” – Readers’ Favorite

“A well thought out, entertaining fantasy adventure that works on several levels.” – Kirkus Reviews

“Young adult author Hannah D. State effortlessly blends science fiction and fantasy in Journey to the Hopewell Star, an engaging story featuring an alien culture and a destructive megacorporation that is as enjoyable as it is timely.” – IndieReader (starred review)

“Wonderfully imaginative!” – Cary Caffrey, bestselling author of The Girls From Alcyone

“Five stars for a fine debut novel!” – The Miramichi Reader

“A wonderfully engaging fantasy adventure for YA. Cleverly plotted and totally unique, I’d highly recommend it.” – A ‘Wishing Shelf’ Book Review

“Refreshing…well-written and thoughtful.” – Literary Titan

“A page-turner full of surprises.” – The Prairies Book Review


Meet Hannah D. State

Hannah D. State is an award-winning Canadian author. She graduated from McGill University with a BA and earned her MPL from Queen’s University. Hannah is bothered by inequality, violence, greed, complacency, snakes, entering a dark room, and not getting enough sleep. She enjoys writing about strong-willed characters who don’t fit the norm and who overcome great obstacles with perseverance, self-discovery, and help from others. Sometimes Hannah can’t keep up with her characters’ ideas and plans, so she takes breaks, drinks coffee, does yoga and tai chi, and takes nature walks to calm her mind and really listen. Journey to the Hopewell Star is her first novel. You can find her author page on Facebook.

Fledgling

Normal. Wouldn’t that be nice? Ana Hughes has always wanted to be like any other teenager. But her life threatening heart condition has always gotten in the way. A fresh start in a new town gives her the opportunity to pretend she’s like everybody else. When she meets handsome Chance Morgan, she suspects she isn’t the only one keeping a secret. Chance’s animal-like senses and miraculous healing ability make Ana question if he’s playing tricks on her. The truth may be too much for Ana’s delicate heart. But there could be a greater danger if a supernatural world exists where everything, and everyone are not what they seem.

Meet Natasha Brown

USA Today bestselling author Natasha Brown’s imagination has always been a distraction. The books she read in the dark past bedtime fed her excitement for fantasy worlds. Once she started writing, there was no stopping her. By day, Natasha’s an assistant teacher at an elementary school, and by night she’s a book cover designer. Her weekends are spent writing and spending time with family.

Seven Strengths: A Tale from Turaset

In a small village on planet Turaset, seventeen-year-old Celeste yearns for excitement. She travels to a vibrant city where folk show her more of the world than she ever knew. But city folk have their reasons to cozy up: Celeste’s family carries a strange power that threatens the oil industry, and the titan in charge wants her dead.

Meet P. L. Tavormina

P. L. Tavormina is a North American middle-aged mammal living during Earth’s Anthropocene. Dr. Tavormina has identified human disease genes at the University of California and catalogued ecological changes in the wake of petroleum disasters at Caltech. Now, she’s writing fiction to make climate science easier to grab onto. Additional short stories are freely available at pltavormina.com.