Messing Psychic Academy Complete Series Boxed Set

My name is Ben, and I died last year.


I’d hoped I would wake up from my near-death experience as a medium just in time for high school. Turns out it just wrecked my legs. No medium talent, either. I’m something else. A summoner.

Join Ben as he finds his feet at the Academy and learns what it takes to be a summoner in this complete 9-book series boxed set!

I know next to nothing about my talent besides it involves portals and pledge bonds. It’s okay, they teach it at school. Sounds perfect, right?


Mateo, the other summoner in my class, hates me.

The class clairvoyant thinks destiny has got it out for me, too. Makes sense. As if I don’t already feel like a square peg, getting around on crutches, my portals break stuff and go to the wrong realm.

It’s a good thing I’ve got help from my family, friends, and a celestial called Arie. It takes constant rehab just to keep my busted body working.

But how do I fix my broken talent?

Included in this boxed set:

  1. Make Yourself
  2. Being Around
  3. Everybody Hurts
  4. Twisted Fate
  5. Lucky Ones
  6. Karma Police
  7. The Bends
  8. The Climb
  9. Strange Currencies

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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.

The Thief and the Historian

Aeda, a gifted Thief, is bound by the commands of the elusive Grey Society. She is reluctant to continue her life of crime but knows no other way to survive. One fateful day, Aeda is tasked with stealing from the Historian Gieral, a member of the legendary order of chroniclers. When their paths cross, Aeda is suddenly torn from the only life she has ever known. Will Aeda be able to rise above her circumstances and find her place in the world? Join her epic quest in this tale of adventure, belonging, and the power of history.

Meet Brendan Corbett

Brendan Corbett grew up in a military family, always on the move, living in North Carolina, Virginia, Rhode Island, and Okinawa, Japan all before he was ten. Books were both the foundation of stability and the ultimate escape, companions to other worlds that could journey with him even when friends could not. He has always been drawn to fiction and more particularly fantasy, offering the ability to travel in his mind when the traveling of his feet grew tiresome. As an adult his career turned away from the arts. He worked in places ranging from job shops to plastics manufacturing to nonprofit operations. While these roles were fun and fulfilling in their own ways, through all these experiences he’s been driven to return to his love of writing. He now resides in Oregon with his wife, son, and dog. While writing consumes much of his time, you may also find him at one of my many other pastimes – cooking, gardening, hiking, playing piano, building LEGO, attending a show, gaming, practicing archery, volunteering, or woodworking.

Ned Bear and The Dirty Whisker Curse

In a world where magic is gone…

Ned is a grizzly bear trained for fighting wars. But he doesn’t want to fight anymore. He’d much rather live a life of exploration and leisure. So one day he ventures out beyond his village to the city of Wexlin.

The world is a wondrous place and he soon happens upon a group of pirates searching for a great treasure lost at sea. Maybe Ned can find fulfillment in joining them on their quest. It certainly sounds fun. The only problem is Ned is afraid of the ocean.

That’s actually the least of his worries. Many deadly trials and troubles await aboard the Ironwill, the pirates’ ship. As it turns out, maybe Ned isn’t quite done fighting. And what will he do when a method to restore the world’s magic is discovered?

Find out in Ned Bear and the Dirty Whisker Curse.

Featuring a main character who is a bear, this fantasy read is perfect for kids and adults who like animals. And don’t forget pirates. Follow Ned’s adventure as he strives to be the unwitting hero of the Land.

Meet A.B. Roveen

A.B. Roveen, a former social studies teacher, is a history nerd with a degree from CSUCI. He was born and raised on the coast of southern California where he spent the majority of his adult life. In 2020 he traded in burritos for BBQ, and moved with his family to Missouri. He currently lives there with his wife, their three kids and three dogs. He’s an avid baseball and soccer fan and hopes someday he’ll see the Angels win another World Series. Like other SoCal natives, he grew up with a fascination for film. He wrote and directed three short films before turning his passion for storytelling and world building into his debut novel.

Dead Girl Dating

Finding a boyfriend is hard enough. Especially if the guy you like thinks you’re dead. Daisy Delamarre is dead. Found lying in a pool of blood on the music building floor. And two years later, it’s still the best ghost story that Bayer University students have ever had. Daisy died in the most haunted building on campus, and if you’re not careful, you might be next—adding to the list of ghosts that haunt its halls. And so that’s all Daisy becomes—a story for students to whisper about. Until another Daisy moves to campus. A freshman with no knowledge of Delamarre’s demise, Daisy Deily joins the ranks of Bayer’s students, ready to make friends, memories, and maybe even a boyfriend. But when Daisy accidentally logs into the wrong student account, things begin to sour. At first, she doesn’t realize what she’s done, but others do. And with Bayer’s queen ghost seemingly back to life, rumors swirl. But not only rumors. Because there are people uncomfortable with Delamarre’s return—in more ways than one. Because underneath the stories, whispers, and the frenzy of Bayer’s favorite ghost, is a dark secret. Why did Daisy Delamarre die? And if she’s not careful, could Daisy Deily be next? Tough college assignments, awkward romantic interests, threatening messages, and now a potential haunting have Daisy wondering whether this school was the right choice. But it seems that her only way out might be to appease a ghost and solve her murder. Fast-paced, hilariously witty, and exhilaratingly suspenseful, Dead Girl Dating will have you caught up in the mess that is murder, haunted houses, and surviving freshman year. Buy Dead Girl Dating now for a spooky, mysterious read!

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.


Maria Brooks is just a plain orphan girl with a mysterious past. On the day of Maria’s sixteenth birthday, everything seems normal. From being required to do chores at the orphanage to being bullied by girls at school, nothing seems to be amiss. But when Maria goes swimming at the beach the next day, she discovers a secret about herself she didn’t even know: she’s a mermaid. As Maria explores her newfound ability to change from mermaid to human, she finds herself in the midst of an underwater war that contains the secret to her past. In the midst of all this, she finds new friendship, but with friendship comes trust, and with trust comes risk. Will she be able to stand strong as the tidal waves of doubt crash against her?

Meet Annabelle Batie

Hi, I’m Annabelle Batie, and I’m a homeschooled teen with a passion for good books. I wrote my first novel, “Identity”, with the hope that it would inspire other teenagers to follow their dreams. When I’m not writing, I love reading a good book, playing the piano, hanging out with my friends, and eating chocolate.

Vita Aeterna

With the fate of the world in the balance, one outlier could tip the scales towards salvation or disaster. Alex Barret lives in ‘the Quarters’, a set of broken-down slums surrounding a glittering walled-off city called the First Circle. Like all kids his age, on his sixteenth birthday Alex is scheduled for Appraisal, an unpredictable medical procedure with the potential to extend his lifespan. In a world where everything else costs, for some reason Appraisal is free. But no Appraisal scenario Alex has ever heard of has prepared him for his own experience – he’s abducted, imprisoned, and subjected to brutal medical experiments in a high-tech lab. He escapes and goes on the run, a heartbeat ahead of a ruthless army led by the most powerful man in the world. Piecing together the clues behind his kidnapping, he uncovers a treacherous plot that only he can derail. But to succeed, he must penetrate the First Circle, the forbidden abode of the ruling class.

Meet Jay Allan Storey

Jay Allan Storey is a musician, international traveler, and author. Jay has traveled the world, passing through many places in the news today, including Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, and the Swat valley in Pakistan. He has worked at an amazing variety of jobs, from cab driver to land surveyor to accordion salesman to software developer. Jay is the author of THE ARX, the BLACK HEART series, the VITA AETERNA series, and ELDORADO, and a number of short stories and screenplays. Two new novels are in the works for 2023. His stories always skirt close to the edge of believability (but hopefully never cross over). He is attracted to characters who are able to break out of their stereotypes and transform themselves. He loves both reading and writing, both listening to and playing music, and working with animals. He’s crazy for any activity relating to the water, including swimming, surfing, wind-surfing, sailing, snorkeling, and scuba diving. Jay is married and lives in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Extraction: A Song For Emma

In the near future, Hannah (age 16), her younger brother Loghan (age 11), and her younger sister Emma (age 5) are on the run aided by a man named Shane. Hannah hears that Shane’s a kidnapper on the news. Is he out to help or put them in more danger? A few months earlier, Hannah, Loghan, and Emma lived in one of the nicest suburban neighborhoods in Potsville, Indiana. Emma’s health has been deteriorating for some time, but now they’re noticing. After a doctor’s diagnosis, Hannah and Loghan become suspicious that something sinister is going on. Before long, their lives are turned upside down as they try to determine what’s going on and save their sister in this dystopian society. Time’s running out for them to discover the truth. Will Hannah and Loghan be able to save their sister, and potentially themselves, in time?

Meet Christian Cross

Christian author writing Science Fiction thriller books for various ages.

Falling for the Villain

An enemies-to-lovers story with humor, epic battles, and twists you won’t see coming! Can be read as a stand alone or with book 2: Heart of a Hero (also on sale). Being a superhero is hard enough…Don’t fall for your arch nemesis. College junior Aubree Klein stays busy with a full course load, work, and protecting River City from villains as flame-wielding superhero Blue Nova. The last thing she needs is more time with her arch enemy, the evil super genius Dr. Vile. Using his malicious inventions to inflict destruction on the city, Dr. Vile knows just how to get under Aubree’s skin. But when a new and even more powerful villain threatens the city, there’s only one person she can turn to for help. As the temporary allies get closer, they find that identities aren’t the only secrets being kept, and their mutual hatred may have been masking something else all along. With the fate of the city hanging in the balance, will the tense partnership last? And will Aubree find a way to combat her conflicting feelings for the one person she swore to despise?

Meet Kim Elliott

Kim Elliott lives in British Columbia with her husband, two busy kids, and a sleepy dog named Marley. When she isn’t writing stories, she enjoys watching singing competition shows, eating donuts, and going jean shopping. (That last one was a blatant lie.) Falling for the Villain is her first published novel and can be read as a stand alone or as part of a trilogy.

The Essential Teen’s Guide to Thoughtful Postings on Social Media and the Metaverse: 30 Must-Know Tips & Tricks to Keep You Safe

Are you a teen and want to remain safe online while using social media and the metaverse? Are you a parent concerned with social media’s potential impact on your teen’s mental health? If you answered yes then look no further. This book empowers teens to take control of their social media usage and prioritize their mental health and well-being. It’s a must-read for parents, guardians, and teenagers alike, providing the knowledge and tools necessary to navigate the world of social media and the metaverse with confidence and ease.

Meet Bailey Palmer

Bailey Palmer is the author of books on Christian values, self-help, personal growth, and youth culture. Bailey writes from her own life experience and education. It is her mission to share her findings with the world. Bailey is published by KLEC Publishing, an independent publishing company, and she loves to hear from her readers. You can connect with Bailey at [email protected]