Recent Edits

Recent Edits

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  • Savage Dominion: A LitRPG Adventure

    Maulkin didn't know dying would mean a new eternity of dungeon delving, monster slaying, and glory hunting. If he had, he wouldn’t have been so worried about kicking the bucket on a date gone even more wrong than usual. Reborn in the wild world of Amaranth, Maulkin finds himself in a hulking demi-human body with a sword of a size to match. Marked as an Eternal, a fledging immortal of boundless potential, Maulkin soon discovers he’s been given a mission by the elder pantheon of this new realm.

  • Wrath Child: A Supernatural Thriller

    Gavin Gregory often stares into the abyss--that's his job. An elite profiler at the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit, he hunts serial killers for a living. He knows how they behave, how they think, what motivates them. Considered the best at what he does, Gavin goes to investigate when it appears a dormant psychopath has reactivated. The case takes a bizarre turn when psychiatrist, Debra Esteves, contacts him and says she knows who the enigmatic killer is.

  • The Wrack

    Plague has come to the continent of Teringia. Lothain, the birthplace of the Wrack, desperately tries to hold itself together as the plague burns across it and its neighbors circle like vultures. The Moonsworn healers would fight the Wrack, but must navigate distrust and violence from the peoples of Teringia. Proud Galicanta readies itself for war, as the Sunsworn Empire watches and waits for the Wrack to bring its rival low. And the Wrack advances, utterly unconcerned with the plans of men.

  • The Lost City of Ithos: Mage Errant Book 4

    Half a millennium ago, the sphinx Kanderon Crux and her allies banished the city of Imperial Ithos from the world of Anastis, in a desperate attempt to defeat the Ithonian Empire. Her dread weapon, the Exile Splinter, even erased the memory of its location from the universe. Now it's returning, bringing the Exile Splinter back with it. The great powers of the continent are desperately hunting for the site of the lost city, knowledge lost even to Kanderon herself. None know what ancient Ithonian weapons and enchantments might still be found in the ruins, but even the Exile Splinter alone would be a prize justifying war.

  • Will It Be Back?: The Rise & Fall of Terminator

    In his second book, Dave Holcomb analyzes how The Terminator gave film audiences something it had never quite seen before in 1984. Holcomb explains how James Cameron’s masterpiece borrowed tropes from the action, sci-fi and horror genres to create a completely unique viewing experience. Holcomb also explores how the series exploded in popularity with its state-of-the-art sequel. However, each Terminator sequel since then has grown less unique and more convoluted. Holcomb details all the ways in which the 21st-century sequels have fallen flat and hypothesizes what went wrong for the series’ latest installment, Dark Fate, in 2019.

  • CLAW & WARDER (9 book series)

    Leery Oriscoe is just a conflicted New York cop who got hit by the Hassidic bus—only the bus was driven by a werewolf. There’s bound to be a little crazy under his black hat. His life just got ten times more complicated. His new half-vampire and half-succubus partner is smart, sexy as Hell, and keeping a big secret from everyone. Oh, and their lieutenant? She's the ghost of a Van Helsing.

  • Earth Force 2 (Relict Legacy)

    Having dealt with the immediate threat of the mutated Warped, Earth Force and Unity are preparing to leave Earth’s Solar system. Their destination is the alien space station known as Hammerhead, a nexus for space miners venturing into the nearby asteroid field. Led by their captain, Nori, they will have to navigate their way through many aliens and cultures. They’ll forge new friendships and acquire resources and alien technologies in order to help the survivors back home.

  • Gourmand In Tokyo

    "Gourmand in Tokyo" is the fruit of a sudden passion for Japanese gastronomy. After many years devoted to France and its pleasures, Avital Inbar went to Japan on a culinary adventure, setting an Olympic record: 50 restaurants in 25 days, from the peak to the base, and 20 different types of cuisine. He relished the best of Uni, Ikura, Unagi, and Wagyu in the world, and he did not experience even one single "flop". A level of perfection you can only get in Japan, which neither exists nor is possible in any other major city in the world, including Paris.

  • A Traitor in Skyhold: Mage Errant Book 3

    Hugh and his friends have, to his great displeasure, become the center of attention among the student body at Skyhold. It turns out that surviving the depths of the labyrinth and helping stop a coup both tend to attract notice. If Hugh had his way, he'd happily go back to being just another anonymous student. He has more than enough to deal with already as he starts his second year, between his crushing load of schoolwork, training as a prospective candidate to the Librarians Errant, and navigating a long-distance relationship.