Mostly Human


by D.I. Jolly

What kind of life can you hope to live when being a world famous rock star is the most normal thing about you?

Alex Harris, lead singer of the band The Waterdogs, harbours a dark secret that he and his family have painstakingly kept for fifteen years.

While playing in the woods on his grandparent’s farm, ten-year-old Alex stumbles across the body of a giant wolf. Believing the animal dead, he approaches the beast and quickly realises it isn’t as dead as he thought, nor is it an ordinary wolf.

Mostly Human is the coming of age story of Alex growing up with his parents and his older sister Annabel, whilst coming to grips with his strange condition. Follow them in this journey of twists and turns through tragedies, heartbreak, intrigue, and into the clutches of organised crime.

Third & Final book

Beyond Human 14 (2)

by Antoinette Houston

The explosion is an ominous sign of things to come.
Honey and Sammus find that their ‘rough patch’ only gets worse and outside interference bring big changes they never expected.
Bo finds himself confused and unable to get over what he did to Evvie. His mental stability spirals out of control as he attempts to fulfill his sister’s revenge.
San and Jelia’s situation has finally gotten the attention they were trying to avoid as Jet is forced to intercede and his decisions put Jelia in danger.

Things are coming to a violent close in this final book! Is a happy ending even possible?

Grimseeker 1: book three of the Dead Path Chronicles


by Richard A. Valicek

The land of Elysium on the planet Alamptria is led by King Confidus Seaton, whose sons Caprius, Andromin, and Dragus are all knights of Petoshine, wielders of powerful claymore swords, dedicated to fighting the vampires and their allies the Goncools who follow the demonic great lord Makoor. After finding the book of Bivion, Caprius oversees the resurrection of Felicia the Golden Fleece from a mystical imprisonment of one thousand years, although her golden nature remains under a cloud cast by Makoor.
Following a failed assassination attempt against the Elysian Council, two men, Hanone Bigidrey and Rover Honsel, are condemned to death but then sold for gold to the country of Calidronia so their brains can be subjected to experiments. Felicia tells Caprius that she needs the staff of Bivion to be fully restored, and he dispatches his friend Shelly Hathoway to the land of Mulforia to find it. Caprius has a vision of a woman named Calista who tells him that Andromin will save her from rape in the future. While in the city of Koriston, Caprius and Andromin encounter the criminal Bombidus Barons and foil his plot to unleash an army of vampires, though Barons escapes. When the Calidronians fail to return the bodies of Hanone and Rover, King Confidus sends Caprius to investigate. After arriving in his air shuttle, Caprius is involved in several battles before finding evidence on a computer that Makoor’s henchman Titanis Clore is planning to send the Grim Seeker to destroy Elysium.
After killing a powerful vampire, Andromin and Dragus are cut off from their air shuttle and must go on foot. After his plan to kill Caprius fails, Titanis is drained of most of his blood by his vampire mother, Baka, who is restored as the voluptuous vampire Lydia. Makoor allows Titanis to be restored so he can pursue his plan to kill Caprius Seaton and his brothers. In the forest, Andromin and Dragus discover and rescue a bound woman whose name is Calista.
After a hospital stay, Calista is welcomed as a member of the Seaton family, though she has a secret troubled past. Revived by the staff of Bivion, Felicia is fully restored as the Golden Fleece and sears Makoor from afar with a blast of energy. She tells Melina that she will give birth to a child who will fulfill a prophecy. While the people of Elysium rejoice, the dark lord Makoor and his followers nurse their injuries and grievances and plot to unleash a fresh wave of vampirism against the humans of Alamptria.

Acceptance: NewEarth6


By Julia Schmeelk

Acceptance is the 6th of the NewEarth Series, and epic fantasy adventure about the integration of two dominant species on a sentient planet. The planet shares her power and she seems to have included the humans in that cycle. The dragons are divided on how they should respond, and they sent a representative to Grabon’s territory to learn as much as he could. Lars learns a great deal about humans and what is actually happening in Grabon’s territory. And while he reports back what he finds, he also discovers a type of acceptance that was never offered among the council and their clans. When an opportunity arises to unite with his brother, he grabs it. When a battle with an old enemy from his home clan comes to Grabon’s territory, he steps forward. When he almost dies in the battle, he is forever changed again.Acceptance is the story of Lars; it is his acceptance of himself and the will of the planet and the clan’s acceptance of him. Eventually he is given a way to find his mate, an opportunity he thought had passed him by. She is unexpected in many ways, and he must make a decision to accept or deny the bond the planet offers them both. In this adult fairytale there is a happy resolution and love filled with commitment and purpose.

Succession (and Other Stories)


by Ruthanne Reid

The Kindly Light of the Setting Sun
Sometimes a single afternoon is enough to make up for a lifetime of bad decisions; at least, it comes close. This spoiler-free short story follows the last day of Tsehay, one of the People of the Sun.

It is as if each generation bled, leaked ink or paint or power. Or perhaps it is something else that has left them.

Theron the Thief and the (Nearly) Stolen Crown
A Fey thief, down on his luck and with a heavy debt to pay. A sentient throne guarding the Unseelie treasure. What could go wrong?