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    • The Certainty of Shadows 

      Berkheiser, Kyra (2015-05-08)
      <p><em>The Certainty of Shadows</em> is a collection of short stories and flash fiction. The collection contains short stories told from various perspectives and takes place over a span of centuries, giving the reader ...
    • Terramancer 

      Petitti, Cara (2015-05-08)
      <p><em>Terramancer</em> is a 90,000 word young-adult fantasy novel set in the Kingdom of Kalencord on the island continent of Minterra. Sixteen year-old Taryn Lux witnesses the king of Kalencord perform a highly illegal ...
    • Four Fires 

      Lance, Brian (2015-12-23)
      <p><em>Four Fires is a 90,000-word novel about coming of age in a military family. The</em></p> <p><em>story follows three generations of American veterans, capturing the nature of military</em></p> <p><em>tradition and ...
    • Fifth Force 

      Gordon, Melissa (2015-12-23)
      <p>Inspired by the four forces of quantum physics and the emergence of a possible fifth force influencing gravitational laws, this book of love poems probes the hidden energy between individuals. <em>Fifth Force</em> ...
    • The Familiars and Other Stories 

      Cummins, Ewan (2016-05-08)
      <p>ABSTRACT</p> <p><em> The Familiars and Other Stories</em> spans other times and other worlds: Michigan Territory during the War of 1812, Seleucid Palestine, feudal Japan, and a hidden world of horror in the contemporary ...
    • Anxious: Saving My Self From My Brain 

      Veazey, Karen (2016-05-13)
      <p>ANXIOUS: SAVING MY SELF FROM MY BRAIN is the story of a childhood and adolescence colored by depression and anxiety. In raw, personal moments, the memoir explores how untreated psychological problems impact a developing ...
    • Scanning Jordan 

      McCadden, Jessica (2016-05-22)
      <p><em>Scanning Jordan</em> is a 56,000-word young adult dystopian novel about a sixteen-year-old girl in the near future who lives with the compound of Ubble, a powerful corporation that is taking over the world and ...
    • ANXIOUS: SAVING MY SELF FROM MY BRAIN 

      Veazey, Karen (2016-05-22)
      <p>ANXIOUS: SAVING MY SELF FROM MY BRAIN is the story of a childhood and adolescence colored by depression and anxiety. In raw, personal moments, the memoir explores how untreated psychological problems impact a developing ...
    • What I Learned From Friday Nights 

      Turley, Beth (2016-05-22)
      <p><em>What I Learned from Friday Nights</em> is a 50,000 word contemporary young adult novel on the issues that keep teenagers quiet. The novel focuses specifically on the topic of abortion and the emotional complications ...
    • How to Heal the Sick in Three Easy Steps 

      Hayes, David (2016-12-31)
      <p><em>How to Heal the Sick in Three Easy Steps </em>is a 72,000 word literary fiction novel set in present day Waterbury, Connecticut that explores faith healing in the Christian community, religion that unites instead ...
    • LOVEGAME 

      MacFadden, Robin (2017-03-18)
      <p><em>LoveGame</em> is approximately an 83,000-word novel that reflects the battle of humanity versus nature and humanity versus technology through a female perspective. The main character, Raven, decides to fight her ...
    • The Eye of a Little God 

      Dabrowski, Charlotte (2017-05-21)
      <p><em>The Eye of a Little God</em> is a psychological thriller that peels back a multi-layered, twenty-year long mystery involving a small-town girl named Bryn Wallace. Over the course of 200 pages, it exposes Bryn’s web ...
    • Seeing Red 

      Myers, Stephanie (2017-06-01)
      <p><em>Seeing Red</em> is a YA modern fantasy that reimagines the fairy tale “Little Red Riding Hood” and brings in new versions of known fairy tale characters like Snow White and Sleeping Beauty. It focuses on 17-year-old ...
    • Moon, Regardless 

      Manzolillo, Nicholas (2017-09-01)
      <p><em>Moon, Regardless</em> is an 89,000-word dark crime novel, set in Rhode Island, that pays homage to the life and fiction of H.P. Lovecraft. Told in the third person, Hap’s journey to find out what happened to his ...
    • Dividing Secrets 

      Kinsella, Christina (2017-12-17)
      <p><em>Dividing Secrets</em> is an 80,000-word family-centered mystery novel set in Westchester, NY. The story is told through alternating close third-person perspectives between criminal defense attorney, Sophia Rossi, ...
    • Jesus in L.A. 

      Carney, Emily (2018-04-01)
      <p><em>Jesus in L.A.</em> follows the lives of Jesus, the collection’s protagonist and the twenty-first-century version of Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ, or “Christ,” the biblical version of Jesus Christ; and Jesus’ ex-girlfriend, ...
    • The Battle for Elyria 

      Dreskin, Benjamin (2018-05-03)
      <p>Jacob is a simple farmer living with his mother and siblings on the outskirts of the Elyrian Empire, when Alyssa, wearing member of the Order’s livery, the kingdom’s network of militant agents, arrives at his home and ...
    • SHHH! NANA'S TALKING 

      Moffett, Kimberly (2018-05-05)
      <p><em>Shhh! Nana’s Talking</em> centers on important incidents, discussions, and confrontations, as well as the personal achievements of one African-American family. Individual essays guide the intention of these narratives ...
    • Children of Khaos 

      Van Hook, Diane (2018-05-20)
      <p>Malika Andrews has no magick powers, no knowledge of the skeletons rattling in her family's closet, and no idea of the forces on the shadows gathering against her and those she cares about.</p> <p>All that is about to ...
    • Light Years, Dark Matter 

      Johnson, Melissa (2018-05-20)
      <p>Inspired by the eighty-eight official constellations, this book explores one poet’s associations between these stellar stories and life on Earth. Poems in Light Years, Dark Matter explore fictional, mythological, cultural, ...