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Earth Logic (Elemental Logic Book 2)

This is the second book of the Elemental Logic series, preceded by Fire Logic. Earth * Air * Water * Fire A sweeping drama of war, intrigue, magic, and love. With Earth Logic, Laurie J. Marks continues the epic of her … Continue reading

Fire Logic (Elemental Logic Book 1)

This is the first book of the Elemental Logic series. The second book is Earth Logic. Earth * Air * Water * Fire These elements have sustained the peaceful people of Shaftal for generations, with their subtle powers of healing, … Continue reading

The Bee-Loud Glade

Himmer’s debut novel, The Bee-Loud Glade, is the charming story of a decorative hermit who lives and works on a billionaire’s estate, and whose daily experience is shaped by his employer’s whims. The book combines a darkly comic commentary on … Continue reading

Collapse of the Veil

Collapse of the Veil is the first book of the Passage Through Time series. Escaping her home routine for a few hours, 16-year-old Katie grabs her bike and leaves behind her cranky baby, hyperactive brother and struggling single mom. Flopping down in … Continue reading

Like Son

Set amidst the outsider worlds of present-day downtown New York, 1990s Los Angeles, and 1940s Mexico City, Like Son is the not-so-simple story of a father, a son, and the love-blindness shared between them. Meet Frank Cruz: a post-punk, sardonic, … Continue reading

Madewell Brown

Madewell Brown is the fourth book of the Guadalupe Series. As recorded in Rick Collignon’s second novel, Perdido, a tall black man with one arm longer than the other walked into Guadalupe, New Mexico one morning about 50 years ago, stayed … Continue reading

Migration Songs

Joan is on the brink. Cough drop addict, school bus driver, mixed race daughter of a Maoist English father and a Chinese-Canadian mother, Joan struggles for meaning after a friend’s death reveals a secret life. Migration Songs is a lost … Continue reading


Perdido is the second book of the Guadalupe Series. Madewell Brown walked into the village on a hot, dry day in 1946. A solitary black man with one arm longer than the other, he had never found a place for himself. … Continue reading

Step on a Crack

For as long as she could remember, Sarah has had a frightening nightmare. In it, she inexplicably kills her mother. After this nightmare she feels compelled to steal something. Not just anything, but some particular item which seems significant. Yet … Continue reading


Couch. A novel. An odyssey. An epic furniture removal. A road trip. An exuberant and hilarious debut in which an episode of furniture moving gone awry becomes an impromptu quest of self-discovery, secret histories, and unexpected revelations. Thom is a … Continue reading