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]
"While telling a good yarn about spirits and six-guns, the series manages to explore race during the Civil War."
New orleans is on the brink of occupation by the army of the Union.
A Black Union soldier braves Confederate lynching and Union court martial to find his mother.
The Lwa have other plans for him; plans bathed in blood and wrought in violence. ... [click here for more]
Folklore Professor Oladel Adewole has lost tenure, and the beloved, much-younger sister he's raised has died; with no reason to stay, he leaves his homeland for the University of Eisenstadt. One thing makes his new life bearable: the mysterious island floating a mile above the city, his all-consuming interest for years.
When a brilliant engineer makes it to the island in her new invention, the government... [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]
Forget what you know about werewolves; forget what you know about vampires because what you know about them is entirely false.
Michael Gilliganson is an African-American young boy living in a small Georgia town in the late 1920s, unaware that the town he lived in his entire life bore a 2,000 year old secret.
After befriending a girl who can transform into a werewolf by using a powerful device... [click here for more]
A favor for Eshu goes wrong and Yemaya comes face to face with a trio of dangerous foes... The next chapter of The New Mythology begins here with this nine-part illustrated novel!
They have been chosen to protect humanity from themselves…whether humanity wants them to or not. They have been chosen to combat those who control the fate of the planet. Through their actions, the will would never... [click here for more]
The Vingin are a peaceful species, who are genetically incapable of violence. Humans and Zirans are their protectors. While Humans have shown a frightening appetite for violence, they have never reveled in it the way that their alien counterparts have. For Zirans are a brutal species with a lust for war. Human and Ziran muscle managed to defeat a horde of genocidal aggressors. But the aftermath of... [click here for more]