A Hero to Hold by Sheri Humphreys
Released: June 10, 2016

"An enthralling, nontraditional romance accented with a little mystery."
The establishment of a Crimean War charity unites a gentlewoman and a dashing veteran in Humphreys' debut Victorian romance novel. Read full book review >
Indigenous Writes by Chelsea Vowel
Released: Sept. 9, 2016

"A convincing case for rejecting the prevailing policies of 'assimilation, control, intrusion and coercion' regarding aboriginal people."
A Canadian explores the many misconceptions about her country's indigenous citizens. Read full book review >

Haylow by Gray Stewart
Released: Aug. 31, 2016

"A funny, thoughtful campus tale."
A Georgia college professor attempts to escape the ghosts of history in Stewart's debut novel. Read full book review >
Released: July 14, 2016

"A poignant story that's full of historical insight."
Lehmann offers a historical novel based on the true story of young, Christian anti-Nazi activist Sophie Scholl. Read full book review >
The Dilemma of Being Chosen by M.C. Van Rensburg
Released: June 10, 2016

"A promising work that focuses on an understudied spiritual topic."
A debut book explores God's process of choosing people to participate in his plan. Read full book review >

Unconditional Love and Faith Observed by Bill Belknap
Released: June 30, 2015

"A cheerful reflection on a life of Christian observance, and a tender remembrance of loved ones lost."
A debut book offers a brief meditation on love, family, and religious devotion. Read full book review >
Blessed Transgression by Lois Jean Thomas
Released: July 5, 2015

"A well-told story, but readers' sympathy for the central character will wane somewhat due to her abundant good looks, charm, intelligence, and talent."
A young Mennonite girl's life turns upside down when a painful family secret is revealed in Thomas' (A Weekend with Frances, 2016, etc.) novel.Read full book review >
Click...Kill by S. Snyder-Carroll
Released: June 3, 2015

"While offering intriguing elements, this mind-control thriller lacks a convincing premise."
In this alternative history/sci-fi novel, a woman vows to re-create her husband's invention, which could be a powerful weapon. Read full book review >
The Crossroads of Space and Time by Charles Nickerson
Released: Feb. 13, 2015

"A bumpy, unpredictable journey through unexplored regions of science fiction."
Nickerson (The Empress Angelina's Quest, 2015, etc.) offers the second installment in a sci-fi series about a race of advanced, bearlike creatures. Read full book review >
The Odds of Our Times by Zak Vegha
Released: March 10, 2016

"An engaging though excessively wordy examination of Nigeria and the challenges facing the nation."
A debut memoir explores life in Nigeria from the earliest days of independence to the present. Read full book review >
Unjustified by Valerie Kossew Dunn
Released: May 16, 2016

"An unparalleled detective in a no-nonsense mystery bubbling with tension until the final page."
In this debut thriller, a detective already undercover at a Connecticut college works the case of a dead professor with no shortage of suspects. Read full book review >
Cold Spring '94 by Peter Riley
Released: July 4, 2016

"A rousing, globe-trekking conspiracy tale, with the budding detective inspector the main attraction."
Detectives from Scotland Yard and the U.S. collaborate to track down a couple of men in America with possible ties to terrorist bombings in this debut thriller. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Jennifer Keishin Armstrong
author of SEINFELDIA
August 22, 2016

Jennifer Keishin Armstrong’s new bestseller Seinfeldia is the hilarious behind-the-scenes story of two guys who went out for coffee and dreamed up Seinfeld —the cultural sensation that changed television and bled into the real world. Comedians Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld never thought anyone would watch their silly little sitcom about a New York comedian sitting around talking to his friends. NBC executives didn’t think anyone would watch either, but they bought it anyway, hiding it away in the TV dead zone of summer. But against all odds, viewers began to watch, first a few and then many, until nine years later nearly 40 million Americans were tuning in weekly. In Seinfeldia, TV historian and entertainment writer Armstrong celebrates the creators and fans of this American television phenomenon, bringing readers behind-the-scenes of the show while it was on the air and into the world of devotees for whom it never stopped being relevant, a world where the Soup Nazi still spends his days saying “No soup for you!” “Armstrong’s intimate, breezy history is full of gossipy details, show trivia, and insights into how famous episodes came to be,” our reviewer writes. “Perfect for Seinfeldians and newcomers alike.” View video >