Age of Rust

No records show how it happened, though everyone has their beliefs as to why the golden age of man fell seven hundred years ago. Since, humanity has managed to rebuild a modest civilization from the ruins. Now a medieval war begins to ravage the land once known as America. The lives of six young men become ensnared in the violence as they serve the Eastern army. Chief among them are Tavin, the son of a respected general and Seneca, a physician drafted away from his studies. Loved ones left at ho... [Read More...]

Survivor

When Juliet receives a scholarship to attend the prestigious Breaker Academy, she accepts without hesitation. But the moment she arrives on campus, it’s clear that the students who rule the school despise her. But if the Kings of Breaker Academy think they can bully her, they’re mistaken; Juliet’s been to hell and back and survived to tell the tale. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Salt & Light: Being The Hands & Feet of Christ (In a Cruel and Dangerous World)

Salt & Light is a powerful and bold book. In this book, the author provides testimony and discusses situations where the line of duty blurs and where acts that align with personal beliefs and Christian faith become difficult to discern. Poole shines a light on the unsettling issues that are sometimes overwhelming in public service, and gives scripture-based advice on how to stay lucid and consistent with one’s beliefs. This book lifts the veil and shows readers that police officers al... [Read More...]

When Love Calls Your Name

What do you do when the person you once loved is standing right in front of you? Do you jump in feet first? Or do you continue to hide those feelings you once suppressed for so long? But he left me….without saying a word. Did I push him too far? Will we ever go back to the way we were? Alex and Leo have been close friends since middle school. They were so close that people called them “The Couple”. But one night changed the dynamics of their relationship which lead to two years without an... [Read More...]

The Murder of Sara Barton

Modern-day Atlanta. The city is dirty, and Sara Barton’s blood soaks her kitchen floor. Prosecutor Chance Meridian must clean up the mess. Haunted by personal tragedy, Chance’s entire life is a manic quest to deliver justice for the dead. Except nothing comes easy in Atlanta. Murder is an ugly business. But so is love. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

The Opium Lord’s Daughter

The Opium Lord’s Daughter is a historical drama told from the perspectives of Chinese and British—about the First Opium War, a tragic, love gone wrong, and history-altering conflict. Winner of The Independent Press Award 2020 for Multi-Cultural Fiction. Also, a finalist for The Book Excellence Awards, SPR Book Awards, and the Readers Choice Awards. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

A Dream of Dragons

Free-lance artist Henry Williford Signed to the single life. When he agrees to take care of a naked, helpless woman found on a Florida beach, his life changes forever. He calls her Anne and is amazed at how quickly she learns to become a woman. Their days are filled with joy and discovery, as together they seek to find the answers to Anne’s elusive past, while their nights are plagued by dreams of golden dragons that soon become nightmares of black dragons, fire and death. When a forgotte... [Read More...]

The Obscured Journey

The human condition is one riddled with complexities about the path we yearn for, who we are and what we believe. We have become so dogmatic in our own beliefs that when they don’t come to fruition or we find them to be a hoax; our journey can come crashing down with doubt, fear, and uncertainty. Many individuals think they know why they are doing what they do, where they will end up, or who they wish to be in 3 to 7 years until a catastrophic event called life occurs. We dream to live advent... [Read More...]

Free: Shitolian

black and white drinking fountains COLORED or so the label would suggest and as i watch where the waters crest a clearness flows through me you see i really understood what these markers meant mines is not dark nor dense a reflection of my murky tint a constant projection of the contraptions they invent in an attempt to convince the masses that we are of separate classes sure you drink from a different spring called white but don’t you know that these fountains flow from the same pipes which e... [Read More...]

Free: After the Pretty Pox: The Attic

A searing act of bioterrorism. A devastating plague they call the Pretty Pox. Left alone when the everyday world comes to a screeching halt, Arie McInness must decide what it means to be human in a world where nature has the upper hand, and the only rules left to live by – for good or ill – are the ones written on our hearts. ... [Read More...]