Our Newest Author - Lele Iturrioz

We love our authors. Why would we work with people we don't absolutely love, right? So when I tell you we LOVE Lele Iturrioz, it should be no surprise that she is AMAZING. ​When she turned twenty, Lele studied Cinematography and animation and began to work as a producer for Kraftlogic Studios. She loved producing but the hours and the stress were insane. A year later, Lele had her fourth heart attack and a Pacemaker Surgery. Maybe it was the morphine... or the SUPERNATURAL marathon, but she saw her attack as a “You might want to start living your dreams” sign, so she opened her bucket list and BOOM! There it was, #1 Write. And so she did. With the love and support of her family, Lele moved f

KINGSTON COURT Available on Audible!

We're very excited to announce the release of our first audio book through Audible! Get the audio version of Holly Kammier's best-selling novel, KINGSTON COURT, for only $1.99. ** Top British book reviewer says Kingston Court has some of the best love scenes she’s ever read. ** ​ Sometimes we have to fall to learn we can fly. ​ Samantha and Natalie are at a crossroads. Gorgeous, over-the-top Samantha, hides from her past by hanging her status and her happiness on her “perfect” husband. That is until she learns his secret. But she’s not the only mother on the block struggling. Natalie, nurturing and careful, is thrust back into the workforce after her husband barely survives a near-fatal car

Kirkus Review of SHADOWS OF SHAME by Bruce Ashkenas

A Jewish reporter in the late 1930s takes on a dangerous assignment in Ashkenas’ (Aglow in the Bronx, 2012, etc.) work of historical fiction. Harold Apple is a young, driven journalist eager to fight corruption and bring down injustice by going undercover for exposés that often put him at significant personal risk. As the book opens, he’s posing as a female prostitute as part of an investigation. Not long afterward, however, he gets one of his toughest assignments yet: namely, infiltrating the German-American Bund, an American Nazi association, in order to expose them and take them down. This is a deeply personal assignment for him, as his father is a German-born Jew who faced great discrimi

Kirkus Review of THE MIDNIGHT SEA by Kat Ross

Ross (Some Fine Day, 2015, etc.) conjures an epic of demons and daevas, family, loss, and the turmoil of a kingdom in peril in her second novel. Nazafareen and her sister, Ashraf, are crossing a frozen mountain range when a wight attacks and takes possession of Ashraf’s body. The experience drives Nazafareen to join the Water Dogs, an elite fighting force that defends the Empire against the incursions of the demonic undead—Druj—by using bound demons, or daevas, against them. These warriors “champion the innocent, protect the powerless, punish the wicked.” Nazafareen’s daeva, Darius, is uncommonly powerful, and the bond they share, both magical and empathic, is at times overwhelming (at one p

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