A steampunk adventure set in an alternate Indianapolis.
"Imagine the anarchic spirit of Sorry to Bother You given a turn away from body horror and toward steampunk." — B&N Sci-fi & Fantasy Blog
Warning: Don’t Believe the Hype!
All the poet called Sleepy wants to do is spit his verses, smoke chiba, and stay off the COP’s radar—all... [click here for more]
Living in St. Jude, a 110-year-old dying city on the edge of the Mississippi, is tough.
But when a letter informs fourteen-year-old Cinque Williams of the passing of the father he never met, he is faced with an incomplete past and an uncertain future.
A curse meant for his father condemns Cinque to a slow death even as it opens his eyes to the strange otherworld around him. With help from the ghost... [click here for more]
There’s something very wrong with this world. There is a war going on in the Middle East and, somehow, we are all involved without really wanting to be. The reality is that the common and the average North American doesn’t hate the people of the Middle East. This belief has been constructed by the untruthful media because the corrupted politicians of both parties need us to hate and fear each... [click here for more]
Big Bull Benson, the hotel and bar owner who first appeared in Spurlark's novel GOOD GIRLS DON'T GET MURDERED, returns in a brand-new novella. Mob boss Troy Calini doesn't exactly have the best reputation in Chicago, but when his own daughter suspects him of killing her boyfriend Calini is determined to prove to her that his hands are clean. Enter Big Bull Benson. Although Bull and Calini haven't... [click here for more]
There are three problems with supermarket sausages, hot dogs and jerky.
1, They contain preservatives and carcinogens.
2. They are way too expensive.
3. They are not spiced exactly the way you would most enjoy them.
Stop paying high prices for the supermarket brand jerky, hot dogs and sausages. It is easier than you think to turn out a far superior product in bulk, for far less money.... [click here for more]
Race prejudice in the old South threatens to keep them apart, but sometimes love is black and white. Unjustly accused of stealing, nanny April Windmire is turned out on the streets without pay or a reference. With no place to go and no friends, she stows away on the Mississippi steamer, the Queen Bee. Her hopes to remain undetected until they dock in St. Louis are dashed when a handsome officer discovers... [click here for more]
Picture book for ages 8 and up. Having learned from Mama that the world is filled with things that do what they please like the moon and the cat, eight-year-old Tess wonders why she and Mama are constantly told what to do. They are told when to play, when to eat, and even when to sleep. Mama gently explains that they are slaves and are told what to do because they are owned by the couple in the big... [click here for more]