Have you looked at our catalogue lately? Whatever you’re interested in reading, we have!
Looking for some fantastic writing featuring love, heartbreak, tossed with a bit of WTF? Try Jo Rousseau’s Tourists in the Country of Love. The books begins with a lovely story of Mom coming home from the hospital. But we’re thrown when one of the heroines is off to wed an inmate. Do we end with a cheating lover? or a stalking protector? She’s got it all!
If you like short stories and looking for more after Rousseau’s – move to the wonderful and wandering tales in How to Throw a Psychic a Surprise Party. Stories filled with empathy, healing, and a bit of magic realism. The Crier takes us to a world where we’ve given up negative emotions, The Healer’s Daughter is a touching look at a little girl’s view of love and illness. The title story tells the story of a mom and daughter facing one of life’s challenging problems.
To sweet and tender? Need something August angry to fend off the heat? Then you’re looking for award winning Dan Rhys’ The Lone Escapist. Superhero savior or revenge? You decide.
Finally – round this out with a touch of fall with Ron Terranova’s October Twilight will cure that summer heat. Young men who meet strangers who are not they claim to be, old men who are young at heart and mind, and a young man who finds out he’s a prince!