Where Angels Play by Daniel Chiera
Released: July 2, 2013

"A slow, sprawling fantasy about angels on Earth."
An elaborate tale connects humanity's present to a mythological past. Read full book review >
The Unforgiven by A. Katie Rose
Released: April 10, 2015

"Behind familiar fantasy trappings await a marvelous adventure and a vibrant love story."
In this medieval tale, the conflict between two rival kingdoms escalates over an ancient prophecy. Read full book review >

Tao of Sustainability by Gregory Ripley
Released: Jan. 1, 2016

"An informative, well-presented application of traditional activities and philosophies to modern-day life."
Ripley (Primal Energy, 2014, etc.) offers a path back to nature in this philosophical work.Read full book review >
Dying to Live by Vincent J. Monteleone
Released: Dec. 29, 2015

"A wise and touching tale about a wealthy cancer victim who offers sage advice."
A dying man sets out to recalibrate the course of his life in this debut novel. Read full book review >
The Couple Who Fell To Earth by Michelle Bitting
Released: May 1, 2016

"With this poetry collection, the author firmly establishes herself as a powerful contemporary voice in American letters."
In her third book-length collection, Bitting (Notes to the Beloved, 2012, etc.) converses with fellow poets, both classic and contemporary.Read full book review >

Sliding Delta by Thomas Baldwin
Released: June 1, 2016

"A jazzy glimpse into history that will pluck at the heartstrings of musicians but may leave other readers feeling a bit blue."
A young man runs away to the South to learn the blues in this novel by Baldwin (The Fourth Domain, 2015, etc.).Read full book review >
My Name Is Tom by Jon Reeves
Released: Dec. 16, 2015

"A frank and funny coming-of-age story with a rousing soundtrack."
In this music-powered story, a young man sets out to reclaim his prized record collection after pawning it during a period of drug-fueled indiscretion. Read full book review >

"A humorous, if horrifying, history of Republican politics in the last 75 years."
Insurance entrepreneur Andendall (Stupidparty Math v. Myth, 2014) shows a knack for political satire in this exposé of former Florida governor and current presidential candidate Jeb Bush and his antecedents.Read full book review >
Boomer Tales by LaRue Agresti
Released: Nov. 21, 2015

"A remembrance whose tales of the author's childhood overshadow its counterculture chapters."
Agresti's debut memoir recalls her turbulent Chicago youth and her adult years as a hippie. Read full book review >
Murdered for Extra Seconds of Erection by Sylvester Abanteriba
Released: Feb. 23, 2016

"Often more a metaphorical than tangible story, but unquestionably a literary journey worth taking."
In this dystopian novel, scientists struggle to find the source of a worldwide virus causing sexually stimulated men to assault women. Read full book review >
The Adventures of Fred the Fly by Joe Carr
Released: Jan. 18, 2016

"Needs judicious editing and a more interesting visual style to realize its full child-pleasing potential."
A hungry fly avoids a swatting but then finds himself in need of rescue when he ends up on a garden spider's menu in this picture book by debut author Carr and illustrator Jakosalem (Nicky's Story, 2016, etc.) Read full book review >
Experiment One: Murder in the Lab by Anne Morin
Released: Jan. 14, 2016

"This book's scientist protagonist is a good enough sleuth to handle a more engaging mystery."
In Morin's debut thriller, a neuroscientist starts a murder investigation after a grad student's bludgeoned body turns up in her research lab. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Marilu Henner
April 26, 2016

After they’d been dating only a short while, and as they were falling in love, Marilu Henner and Michael Brown were hit with the ultimate bad news: Michael was diagnosed with cancer. Refusing traditional care, they pieced together a personal and holistic view on battling his cancer, all while forging an unbreakable bond. In this moving and informative book, Marilu pulls back the curtain on how they dealt with the blow. She relates her holistic perspective on health—including the superfoods, exercises, and immunotherapy they used to fight back—and why a diagnosis doesn’t have to be the end of romance or of a happy and fulfilling life. “An inspiring love story wrapped in a serious call for new ways to treat disease,” our reviewer writes. View video >