Of Literary Circles and Nightingales by Radka Yakimov
Released: March 1, 2016

"A compact, but wideranging tale of dislocation in Sofia."
Yakimov (Ashes of Wars, 2011, etc.) tells the story of several interconnected people in Bulgaria in this novel. Read full book review >
Scars on my Soul by Ritu Chowdhary
Released: Feb. 17, 2016

"A perceptive portrayal of jealousy, but the reasons why anyone would be eager to heal Adie's scars remain fuzzy."
In Chowdhary's (Facets of Love, 2014) novel, a handsome, successful Indian man suffers delusions of infidelity concerning the women in his life.Read full book review >

Cynicism by Andrew Stevenson
Released: April 25, 2016

"An entertaining, cynical critique of cynicism, mostly worth reading for its comedy and brevity."
A brief indictment of what debut author and illustrator Stevenson sees as the global economy's endemic corruption. Read full book review >
Warface! by William Sumrall
Released: March 17, 2016

"A stylized, ahistorical take on the Indian Wars."
Sumrall (Metal Storm, 2015, etc.) returns to the Weird West in this novel following the events surrounding a Native American revolt. Read full book review >
Beating Hollywood by Steve Cuden
Released: Dec. 23, 2015

"A useful how-to guide for writing meat-and-potatoes Hollywood scripts."
Scribes will stand a better chance of joining, if not beating, Hollywood with the help of this shrewd screenwriting manual. Read full book review >

Discard 2 by Lois Charles
Released: May 4, 2014

"A solid historical drama exploring ethical themes, hampered by flawed prose."
A Pennsylvania-set debut novel that spans the 1930s through '60s with a story of grudges, forgiveness, criminals, and the law. Read full book review >
The Last Get by James Ellis Edwards
Released: Jan. 9, 2015

"A gripping, bighearted novel about four merry pranksters confronting their past."
In Edwards' debut novel, a quartet of bohemians encounters obstacles to their blissful life. Read full book review >
Released: Dec. 10, 2015

"Sage words, but tough love, for mothers and fathers."
A guide to better parenting through self-assessment. Read full book review >

"A wholesome and uplifting tale of rediscovered hope, love, and second chances, perfect for fans of breezy, beachy fiction."
A young woman, devastated by the loss of her husband and unborn child, relocates to a remote island where the local culture helps her learn to live again. Read full book review >
Letters to Alice by King Grossman

"An ardent, well-told story that manages to connect Occupy Wall Street, the Arab Spring, and Doctor Zhivago."
A New York City writer and editor and his publishing-executive wife try to keep their marriage together and advance their careers and causes in Grossman's debut novel. Read full book review >
Divided We Fall by Adam Bender
Released: May 9, 2014

"A novel about a scheming president offers an excellent read for those who love thrillers or 21st-century history."
In this dystopian sequel, the Underground races to expose a secret surveillance program before the Enemy's final blow. Read full book review >
His by Jaye Wiegold
Released: Dec. 9, 2015

"A deeply religious meditation on how God's love gives meaning to a woman's life."
A woman explores how different principles of Christianity have enabled her to overcome adversity. 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 >