The Kingmaker by Tony Bridwell
Released: June 14, 2016

"An entertaining saga about 'the power of second chances,' and resetting life and management priorities."
With his top clients involved in crises, a PR "kingmaker" realizes that he has lost sight of true leadership and purpose in this business/self-help fable. Read full book review >
Star Racers by Martin Felando
Released: Feb. 22, 2016

"A fun and fast-paced space opera."
A young racer enters a competition to save his planet in this sci-fi debut. Read full book review >


"An unorthodox but clever innovation for the coloring book genre."
Pozsonyi offers a debut book of coloring prompts for imaginative artists of all ages. Read full book review >
Buddy Comes to Breakfast by Dee Emeigh
written and illustrated by Dee Emeigh
Released: July 11, 2015

"A captivating tale about a charming tortoise."
In this nonfiction illustrated children's book, a trip to a Western state leads to an endearing acquaintance with a reptile. Read full book review >
A Crowded Heart by Andrea McKenzie Raine
Released: Nov. 4, 2015

"A military tale explores the strengths and frailties of the human mind in the aftermath of war."
A soldier struggles to come to terms with the psychological impact of war in this historical novel. Read full book review >

Curse the Day by Zachary Koala  Hardison
Released: March 29, 2016

"An ardent tale about a formidable creature that will synchronize cheers and ruminations."
In this supernatural debut, a shadowy figure begins killing humans he marks as truly evil, while apparently trying to ignite a war between the corrupt and the incorruptible. Read full book review >
The Wrong Bus by John Noel Hampton
Released: June 18, 2010

"A pleasant, modern Christmas tale, but one that may be too mawkish for some."
Debut author Hampton delivers a novella about a chance meeting of two troubled people during the winter holiday season in Los Angeles. Read full book review >
Released: July 18, 2016

"A well-illustrated book for youngsters that will reinforce ecologically friendly household habits and hopefully inspire new ones."
The third installment in Bronstein's (Stewie BOOM! Starts School, 2015, etc.) engaging children's book series focuses on the precocious titular protagonist and his family "going green." Read full book review >
A Horse Named Dog by Theresa Oliver
Released: Oct. 17, 2015

"A well-crafted middle-grade horse novel."
Oliver's (Write Now!, 2016, etc.) middle-grade novel tells the story of a boy's relationship with an unusual horse.Read full book review >
Dead Cow Road by Mark Wentling

"A wonderful account of Somalia's troubles that fails to deliver a fully developed protagonist."
An American diplomat assigned to war-ravaged Somalia struggles to comprehend its interminable troubles. Read full book review >
The Musandam Mystery by Duncan Pell
Released: April 19, 2016

"A well-paced thriller with enough twists to maintain momentum and provide an enjoyable ride to the mostly satisfying conclusion."
After more than 40 years, the coverup of a diabolical Soviet experiment begins to unravel, and members of the Russian hierarchy will go to any lengths to prevent its disclosure in Pell's (Much More Than a Game, 2015, etc.) espionage sequel. Read full book review >
Adventures of Stanford and Samantha by Leara Dory
Released: Jan. 6, 2016

"A bubbly chronicle of canine-centered events that will appeal most to children who love puppies and like-minded adult dog owners."
A debut kids' chapter book about a dog-loving couple's real-life search for the perfect pup. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Fernanda Santos
author of THE FIRE LINE
May 17, 2016

When a bolt of lightning ignited a hilltop in the sleepy town of Yarnell, Arizona, in June 2013, setting off a blaze that would grow into one of the deadliest fires in American history, the 20 men who made up the Granite Mountain Hotshots sprang into action. New York Times writer Fernanda Santos’ debut book The Fire Line is the story of the fire and the Hotshots’ attempts to extinguish it. An elite crew trained to combat the most challenging wildfires, the Hotshots were a ragtag family, crisscrossing the American West and wherever else the fires took them. There's Eric Marsh, their devoted and demanding superintendent who turned his own personal demons into lessons he used to mold, train and guide his crew; Jesse Steed, their captain, a former Marine, a beast on the fire line and a family man who wasn’t afraid to say “I love you” to the firemen he led; Andrew Ashcraft, a team leader still in his 20s who struggled to balance his love for his beautiful wife and four children and his passion for fighting wildfires. We see this band of brothers at work, at play and at home, until a fire that burned in their own backyards leads to a national tragedy. View video >