Strong Bones

By Robert J. Peterson

Coming soon.

It’s 1989, and evil’s on the loose in the Smoky Mountains.

Now, only a brave group of friends can stop it, using their imaginations and a little bit of magic.

Okay … a lot of magic.

Peak: Book Three of the Jack Harper Trilogy

By L.C. Barlow

First, she was an acolyte. Then, a rogue. Finally, a catalyst.

Now she’s declaring war on Hell itself.

The Odds: The Audio Drama

By Robert J. Peterson

“Engaging, inventive, and fun.”
— Dalan Musson, writer, Marvel’s The Falcon and The Winter Soldier

Are you a bishop or a rook?

Perish: Book Two of the Jack Harper Trilogy

By L.C. Barlow

“In Perish, Barlow sings the siren song of anger and revenge, expanding the universe of the terrible, and introducing us to even greater threats as she builds a world of the awful.”
—Weston Ochse, Bram Stoker Award Winning Author of Bone Chase and Burning Sky

Her name is Jack Harper. She just escaped the clutches of a cult that had held her in thrall since she was a little girl.

Now she’s on a quest for justice.

Pivot: Book One of the Jack Harper Trilogy

By L.C. Barlow

“Beyond good and evil, Pivot juggles archetypes until you’re not sure which ball is airborne and which is still in the author’s hand. A story about cracking free of your intended role in life, as plot and depth travel at the same exceptional speed.”
—Josh Malerman author of Bird Box

From the age of seven, Jack Harper is raised by the leader of a mystical cult, Cyrus Harper. Through Cyrus, Jack receives a full education in all usual subjects―economics, literature, mathematics, history―as well as one unique skill useful to a person in Cyrus’s position: assassination. With the help of Roland James, a man incapable of dying, Cyrus hones Jack into the perfect weapon to use against all who oppose him.

Neon Empire

By Drew Minh

“Minh creates a nonstop social media frenzy amid a rich cyberpunk landscape in this vivid debut.”
—Publishers Weekly

Imagine a near future where social-media influencers are given their own city, a massive riff on Las Vegas set in the plains of central America called Eutopia.

A Spy In Time

By Imraan Coovadia

Longlisted for the Sunday Times Barry Ronge Fiction Prize
Shortlisted for the 2019 Ilube Nommo Award for Best Novel
Finalist for the 2019 Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science-Fiction Novel

Award-winning South African novelist Imraan Coovadia tells the story of a fledgling temporal secret agent named Enver Eleven. Enver teams up with a new handler, Shanumi Six, on a vital mission to preserve humanity’s legacy.

The Late Bloomer

By Mark Falkin

A 2019 KIRKUS REVIEWS BOOK OF THE YEAR

“Falkin synthesizes multiple, unnerving apocalypse scenarios into something entirely new in this horror novel.”
—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

Imagine THE STAND told with the intimacy of THIRTEEN REASONS WHY.

Post-High School Reality Quest

By Meg Eden

“Inside these pages is a complicated and haunting story of love and loss, written in a unique and compelling style that pulls us right into Buffy’s world.”
—Madeline Dyer, author of the Untamed series

Buffy’s your typical cosplaying, retro-gaming, con-going geek girl, but as her high school graduation approaches, she finds she has an unwelcome guest in her mind: the text parser.

When The Skies Fall (The Gray Wars Book 2)

By Adam Korenman

“Adam Korenman takes the reader through a time warp in a cracking military adventure three centuries from the present. He smoothly blends future technologies with lively, no-nonsense characters that carry the action in compelling runs of futuristic dialogue. His blend of science fiction and military protocol is effortless and authoritative.”
—Dick Couch former Navy SEAL and author of The Warrior Elite and The Finishing School

The Boxti bled humanity to the breaking point. Then they vanished.

When The Stars Fade (The Gray Wars Book 1)

By Adam Korenman

“A tremendously ambitious first novel, a galaxy-spanning tale of ‘hard science fiction’ that tackles interplanetary diplomacy, [and] the realities of combat in the vacuum of space.”
—Scott Tipton, New York Times bestselling author

It’s the year 2236. While we’re licking our wounds from a bloody civil war, two alien armadas stumble into the Solar System fighting one of their own.

Embracing the Demon (Dale Highland Book 2)

By Beth Woodward

Embracing The Demon is fun, sexy urban fantasy that will appeal to readers looking for a strong female lead. Dale Highland is kickass and snarky, the plot is dark and twisty, and the action sequences are top-notch.”
—Rysa Walker, author of the Delphi Trilogy

Dale Highland never wanted to be a demon.

Dale Highland’s a superpowered half demon with a rapid healing factor and a killer temper. On the run from her past, she suddenly finds herself in the crosshairs of the Zeta Coalition, an anti-supernatural militant group.

They want her dead. She wants to know why.

The Demon Within (Dale Highland Book 1)

By Beth Woodward

“This inventive and exciting tale had me breathlessly flipping the pages―and I loved every minute! Get ready for a sexy, twisty, dangerous ride that crackles with pure awesomeness.”
—Carolyn Crane, USA Today bestselling author

Heaven is hunting Dale Highland.

The Remnants (The Deadblast Chronicles: Book 2)

By Robert J. Peterson

“Peterson’s weirdly fascinating environment will appeal to fans of epic world building, and the generous dose of ribaldry in the story is a welcome treat.”
—Booklist

The apocalypse happened, but no one knows how. All that’s left are a smattering of bizarro cities called remnants, each ruled by a grotesque potentate known as an Odd. If you wind up in hock to the Odds, they ship you to a chain-gang that stretches thousands of miles across desert, steppe, and tundra.

The Odds (The Deadblast Chronicles: Book 1)

By Robert J. Peterson

The Odds hearkens me back to childhood: under the covers with a flashlight, following characters I loved through worlds I desperately wanted to explore.”
—Dalan Musson, screenwriter, Marvel’s The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

THE ODDS is a postapocalyptic action-comedy, an extended ode to John Carpenter’s BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA, and the first in a four-book cycle, THE DEADBLAST CHRONICLES.