Books to inform, entertain, and make you think.
Academaze, a collection of essays and cartoons about life as a STEM professor, by Sydney Phlox.
Arctic Adagio, a thrilling mystery set in an all too plausible near future, by DJ Cockburn.
The Boy Who Was Mistaken for a Fairy King, a magic-infused novella about an average boy... who just happens to have antlers, by HL Fullerton.
The Burning, a story inspired by true events about family and finding what matters, by JP Seewald.
Both Sides of My Skin, a collection of short stories that explore the reality of pregnancy and motherhood, by Elizabeth Trach
Caresaway, a near future sci fi novella about a scientist whose big discovery comes at a terrible cost, by DJ Cockburn
The Dodo Knight, a novella about Lewis Carroll and his muse, Alice Liddell, told from Alice's viewpoint, by Michelle Rene
Don't Call It Bollywood, an exploration of the history and artistic context of Hindi film, by Margarent E. Redlich.
Hemmed In, an anthology of classic short stories about women's lives.
Here's the Deal, a humorous retelling of the Book of Exodus, by Micah Edwards.
The Inconvenient God, a novelette about a god of mischief who isn't quite ready for retirement, by Francesca Forrest
The Lilies of Dawn, a fairy tale of love, duty, family, and one young woman’s coming of age, by Vanessa Fogg.
Love and Other Happy Endings, an anthology of classic love stories that end on a high note.
Missed Chances, an anthology of classic love stories with a hint of what might have been.
Navigating the Path to Industry, job search advice by M.R. Nelson.
Nontraditional, a collection of linked essays about the lessons learned from teaching at a community college, by Nan Kuhlman
Okay, So Look, a humorous retelling of the Book of Genesis, by Micah Edwards.
Small and Spooky, an anthology of classic ghost stories involving children.
Tattoo, a novella set in a near-future in which our life story is written on our skin, by Michelle Rene
Unspotted, a story about an endangered leopard and one man's quest to save it, by Justin Fox.
Water into Wine, a space opera about the effects of war, and how we construct our own identity, by Joyce Chng.