After the American Civil War ended, George W. Peck (1840—1916) became a newspaper publisher. His weekly newspaper, "Peck's Sun," contained Peck's humorous writings, including his famous semi autobiographical "Peck's Bad Boy" stories. Peck died in 1916 at age 75, but his writing continued to win fans for years. The "Peck's Bad Boy" stories became the basis for several... [click here for more]
Two Lives...Two Worlds...Heartbreak awaits.Call of the Canyon, second of the Waiting for Dusk series, continues the dramatic story of Kate Roberts and Drew Kelly. New challenges face the couple when Drew joins Kate in the present. Nothing is easy. Tyson’s still their nemesis, causing trouble whenever he can. Carl, Kate’s friend and neighbor,... [click here for more]
Deep in the heart of the Lucan Institute is the dormant form of the android: IU-137. The robot is the life's work of Professor Jarrad Shamtack. But...its about to be controlled by an unknown source, and will attack and destroy at will. Can Professor Shamtack and his two henchmen Huey and Bod get his beloved robot back? This is only the beginning!
Published Jul 2015... [click here for more]
Kate Lawless, nineteen, is all alone in the world and struggling at the moment to make ends meet. Although answering a World Security League all-call for psychics is dangerous in these phobic times, she is tempted by the promise of reimbursement for just showing up. Screenings take place in a hotel conference room. When hers goes very well—a shocker—she is checked in so that she can undergo... [click here for more]
Detroit. A tough town, where you have to be tough to survive. And few are tougher in facing the realities of the streets than the Firebird Scouts of Wayne County. But, are they tough enough to deal with the supernatural - in the form of a werewolf aiming to eat them up? A short work from our Spectres line from the author of MURDER'S NOT COOL. For readers ages 13 to adult. ... [click here for more]