Afya’s Pride is the story of Daniel Rhydwen, a boy from Wales caught in the turmoil of the wars between Britain and France in the early 1800’s, the Age of Sail. Following in his father’s footsteps he joins the Royal Navy as a young midshipman at age 11. He serves in the Irish Squadron and then the Jamaica Squadron before starting a new life in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Daniel is... [click here for more]
Wayne is a silver-tongued master of the dating game, one who knows how to deliver just the right words in just the right way in order to transform any woman he wants into candy in his hands, to be devoured, savored, and forgotten at his pleasure. When he goes out on a blind date with the mysterious Nayantara, however, he will learn there is no such thing as "sweet nothings." BEHOLDER is... [click here for more]
Jacob is a small-time criminal who dabbles in everything from drugs to prostitutes to illegal weapons. When he finds a gun that seems to be of supernatural origin, he begins to dream of the big time. His dream turns into a nightmare when he realizes some supernatural beings want their toy back.
Eve of Light is a dark metaphysical fantasy series chronicling the surreal events... [click here for more]
Even though he’s one of the Heartland Security Agency’s Peacemaker agents, a man sworn to help protect and preserve the morality of the United States, Neal can’t give up his habit of patronizing prostitutes. When one of them steals the prototype of a top secret device, however, he has no choice but to come clean in order to rally fellow agents for a recovery mission. His situation... [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]
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... [click here for more]