New Fantasy and Science Fiction Books For Your Reading List | June 2019

New Fantasy and Science Fiction Books For Your Reading List | June 2019

Have you been on the lookout for some thrilling new fantasy and science fiction books for your reading list? There’s no better time to stock up on new novels with these exciting releases from Juliana Haygert, Stephen Perkins, S.C. McGrath, Jesse R. Page, Shami Stovall, and Orson Scott Card. Get ready to embark on some exciting adventures!


The Demon Kiss

by Juliana Haygert

Release Date: June 13, 2019

The truth was hidden from me all my life. Demons walk the earth and it is my destiny to slay them. I wish I hadn’t lost someone in the process of discovering that truth. Now they are after me. The only way I can stay alive is to go to an academy for demon hunters. There I will learn how to kill supernaturals and underworld minions. But I still can’t shake the feeling that there are secrets I still don’t know about.

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Sky Parlor

by Stephen Perkins

Release Date: May 30, 2019

From the dawn of mankind, two ancient gods have made romance and waged war. But after the rapture, will Sky Parlor be their final battlefield? For generations, the population of Sky Parlor believed that the lands beyond the walls of their city were made uninhabitable by the ‘Great Rapture’. When Desmond Starr is appointed Alderman for Sky Parlor’s borough of Columbia, he learns a hidden truth that exposes a shocking lie that has persisted for centuries.

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To the Waters and the Wild

by S.C. McGrath

Release Date: May 21, 2019

Ancient Eire is shrouded in mystery. Scholars and warriors were honored with the like reverence and women were considered equals to me. Within this world, Keelin, a chieftain’s daughter, struggles to understand her fate. She has the gift of healing and telepathy, and is destined to become a priestess. But she does not want such a solitary and self-sacrificing life. She is torn between her path and her dreams. Soon these troubles are overshadowed. A powerful civilization of the ancient world is about to invade Eire.

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The Darkest Night

by Jesse R. Page

Release Date: April 28, 2019

Nothing seems to be able to stop the Shie. They are a merciless enemy led by an undefeated and brilliant commander. With there superior numbers and tactics they have been able to hold the Gillians in one hand and conquer star systems in the other. Their only hope to end the war is to voyage to the world of Noctorus, a tidally-locked world that has been torn apart by a shattered moon. The reason for the journey is to find an ancient empire, one that is more powerful than the Shie. The mission was meant to be simple…

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Knightmare Arcanist

by Shami Stovall

Release Date: June 18, 2019

Volke Savan is a gravedigger. He wants nothing more than to be like his hero, Gregory Ruma, the legendary magical swashbuckler. To do this he needs to be capable of wielding magic, an arcanist. But to do so he’ll have to bond with a mythical creature. When he discovers a knightmare, he has no reservations. But this knightmare holds a devastating secret… Ruma is a murderer and is out to spread corrupt magic through their nation. To protect his home, Volke will need to confront his hero.

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The Hive

by Orson Scott Card

Release Date: June 11, 2019

The second book in The Second Formic Wars series, the prequel to Ender’s Game… Car and Johnston are back with a hard science fiction book that tells the tale of how a coalition of Earth’s nations barely fought off a Formic scout ship. Now they learn of a mother-ship at the edge of their system and the aliens are preparing to take Earth by force.

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Interview with S.C. McGrath, Author of To the Waters and the Wild

What can you tell us about your new release, To the Waters and the Wild?

To the Waters and the Wild tells the story of Keelin, a fearless chieftain’s daughter. Gifted by the gods in the arts of healing and telepathy, and destined to become a priestess, she nonetheless rails against such a solitary and self-sacrificing life. When Eire is threatened by Roman invaders, Keelin must resolve her internal strife and join clan warriors to save her island from destruction.

To the Waters and the Wild is loosely anchored in history and filled with fantasy, excitement, and danger.

What or who inspired you to become an author?

I was inspired by the books read to me by my parents when I was young. To name a few, The Story of Ferdinand (Munro Leaf & Robert Lawson), The Story about Ping (Marjorie Flack & Kurt Wiese), The Secret Garden, and A Little Princess (Frances Hodgson Burnett) introduced me to the power of storytelling, the joy of reading, and the beauty of language.

What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?

I don’t really have a top 5 list of best books. Instead, there are books that stayed with me long after I finished the last page. Ones that come to mind are, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (Betty Smith), Green Mansions (W.H. Hudson), Grapes of Wrath (John Steinbeck), Gone with the Wind (Margaret Mitchell), and The Secret Garden (Frances Hodgson Burnett).

Say you’re the host of a literary talk show. Who would be your first guest? What would you want to ask?

I must say that the thought of being a host of a literary talk show terrifies me. However, if I was, I would probably chose to interview someone like David McCullough who writes wonderful nonfiction books such as The Path Between the Seas. Those writers who can make history come alive are incredibly gifted. I would love to know how much research they do on the characters and personalities of the men and women they write about.

What’s your favorite thing about writing?

My favorite thing about writing is the ability to make my dream world come alive. I also love language and how words can flow together perfectly to create emotions, sensations, and images.

What is a typical day like for you?

My day starts early (5am, yikes!). I usually do my best thinking and writing in the morning. Sometimes my best ideas come while walking my dogs or riding my lovable big horse, Flanagan. My husband and I are lucky enough to live close to our two grandchildren so we see and help care for them almost daily. Although retired from my career as a CPA with an international biotechnology company, I am busier than ever with my writing, family, and friends!

What scene in To the Waters and the Wild was your favorite to write?

I love the scene with Keelin and the falcon, Bronach. The battle chapter is also a favorite simply because it was the most difficult to write effectively. I not only researched Roman battle strategies and tactics, but I also drew a map of the bay where the Romans landed, the battlefield itself and the positions of the various combatants, and finally, of the field camps and infirmaries.

Do you have a motto, quote or philosophy you live by?

I think Carl Sandburg said it best: Nothing happens unless first we dream.

S.C. McGrath is the author of the new book To the Waters and the Wild.

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Interview with Stephen Perkins, author of Sky Parlor

By Stephen Perkins

I’ve often heard it said and believed the following to ring true, the best examples of creative fiction – like that of Charles Dickens, for example –  not only serve as cultural signposts or profound commentaries upon the times in which the author has lived, but can also – beneath the visible surface – become transcendent examples of not just clever storytelling, but mythmaking.

The renowned philosopher, Joseph Campbell, once claimed the creation of myths act as cultural foundations and touchstones, and revered exaltations of elevated ideals – in essence – an idealized image; everything a people would like to believe about itself. Campbell was also rumored to have uttered something that could be applicable to what it means to becoming an author of creative fiction: “It is by going down into the abyss that we recover the treasures of life. Where you stumble, there lies your treasure.”

The kindle edition of my highly-anticipated new novel, science fiction/fantasy/supernatural/suspense/thriller, Sky Parlor – which is now live on Amazon, with print editions soon to follow – dares to delve into the abyss of mankind’s future and pose hypothetical scenarios regarding his relationships with developing technologies, and how that developing relationship will possibly affect his evolutionary process going forward.

In the future, will man and machine learn to procreate?

What sort of species will result, and will the hypothetical results become – ultimately – detrimental or hopeful?

Added to this – there is the supernatural element.

Have ancient gods, throughout the ages, been active in directing the affairs of humankind?

And, there is the question of reincarnation.

Or, as the opening lines to Sky Parlor’s prologue would have it: Is the past, present and future but one moment; have the distant and the dead always been with us – do the joys and the sorrows of forgotten lives frolic in the air like electric current waiting to be reborn?

With an epic narrative containing mythical and ancient gods, the resurrection of legendary historical figures, sometimes reluctant but – in the end – ardent heroes and Machiavellian villains, it is my sincere hope Sky Parlor will represent an enjoyable and transcendent literary journey for both new and loyal readers alike!

 

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New Science Fiction and Fantasy Books | June 4

Set off on an adventure to new worlds this week! This selection of new science fiction and fantasy books will surely please! Science Fiction fans should be excited about the latest from bestselling authors Michael Anderle, Craig Martelle, David Drake, Elvia Wilk, and more. If Fantasy is what your library needs, you’ll be able to pick up the latest from JB Michaels, C.J. Archer, Kevin J. Anderson, and more. Enjoy your new science fiction and fantasy books. Happy reading!


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Interview with JB Michaels, author of The Bud Hutchins Supernatural Thriller Series

What can you tell us about your new release, The Bud Hutchins Supernatural Thriller Series?

There is a lot to say about the series! It is carefully constructed to entertain, enlighten, and thrill with a balanced mix of history, science fiction, magic, religion, and the supernatural! The first book introduces you to the ancient origin of The Order of St. Michael and then you rush headlong into the modern era to meet Bud, Maeve, and Ivy. There are many ways to describe the series and the books contain homages to classic Hollywood horror, so a unique way to describe them would be Monster Thrillers! Again, that is only one way to describe them the books are most definitely unique and above all entertaining. Like NewInBooks says, books are a force for good in the world. I think this series fits that description!

What books are currently on your nightstand?

The Pioneers by David McCullough, the Sean Wyatt Adventure series by Ernest Dempsey, and Thrawn by Timothy Zahn.

What advice would you give your teenage self?

Don’t put so much pressure on yourself to be the funniest, craziest guy in the room.

If you had an extra hour each day, how would you spend it?

I would absolutely spend it talking to my Mom. She passed away last year after a tragic yet inspiring, five and a half year battle with Stage IV cancer. I count myself extremely fortunate to have had such an amazing human being in my life. She especially loved the third book in this set and was forever the champion of my work and dreams.

What makes your world go round?

Professionally, my students and writing of course! I get to share my love of history with Chicago’s incredible children during the day then dive headfirst into my imagination and write pulse-pounding thrillers by night.

Personally, my family is what keeps me going. My wife is the most incredible partner. We created the best person ever, our son. He is hilarious and just a great guy! Oh and very very adorable. I don’t care that I am that parent gushing over his kid. Ha!

What scene in The Bud Hutchins Supernatural Thriller Series was your favorite to write?

I can’t just pick one book or scene!

I had an absolute blast writing “The Ancient Order” in general. I did a ton of research for that book! The final battle against a seemingly unbeatable and relentless enemy is some of my best work I feel.

In “The Order of St. Michael”, writing the Beauregard zombies scene was much fun and the scene is a good mix of character quirks, action, and horror.

Lastly, in “The Elixir” a monstrous rampage through downtown Chicago from the Willis Tower to Orchestra Hall to the Art Institute was so engaging and I can’t help but smile at how much fun it is.

JB Michaels is the author of the new collection The Bud Hutchins Supernatural Thriller Series.

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Books To Read If You Like Emily R. King

Books To Read If You Like Emily R. King

Emily R. King is the bestselling author of exciting fantasy novels. She is best known for her popular The Hundredth Queen series and has started a brand new adventure with The Evermore Chronicles. If you’re searching for your next favorite fantasy novel, check out these books to read if you like Emily R. King!


The Bud Hutchins Supernatural Thriller Series Books 1-3

by JB Michaels

Release Date: May 1, 2019

The first three books in The Bud Hutchins Supernatural Thriller Series: The Ancient Order, The Order of St. Michael and The Elixir… From the modern streets of Chicago to the Druid Forests of Roman Britain, an inventor and a monk of the Order have teamed up to quell monsters, poltergeists, and evil humans.

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Siobhan’s Secret

by Nikki Broadwell

Release Date: April 15, 2019

Nothing is going right in Kat’s life. Her mother is dead and she has been kicked out on the street by her father. She has nothing but the Celtic knot locket Siobhan gave her on her eighteenth birthday. She ends up at a women’s shelter when she can’t hold down a job. There she meets Cerridwen, a kind older woman. The same woman then appears in Kat’s dreams as the goddess of the underworld and the keeper of the magic cauldron of inspiration.

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Song of Mornius

by Diane E. Steinbach

Release Date: January 27, 2019

There are three things Gaelin Lavahl knows about himself. He is a murderer. He has never been down the mountain. And he can never be a hero. Despite this, the sleeping god in his magical staff knows better. Gaelin is the only one who can wield it and stop the cult that is destroying humanity. But he must first he must become the warrior he was meant to be.

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The Stiehl Assassin

by Terry Brooks

Release Date: May 28, 2019

The third book in The Fall of Shannara series by New York Times Bestselling Author Terry Brooks… The Skaar have arrived in the Four Lands and they want all-out conquest. They need a new home but a peaceful coexistence is not something they understand. An advanced force has been assembled by princess Ajin but now the full Skaar army is on the march.

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The Water Ruptures

by D.K. Holmberg

Release Date: May 1, 2019

The Water Ruptures is the third book in the Elemental Academy series… The Disciples of the Draasin Lord have been defeated but there is a traitor. The Inquisitors have arrived and everyone is on edge. Tolan, with the help of the Keystone, has the ability to shape each of the elemental bonds. He finally feels like he belongs after passing testing to the second level of the academy. But he can’t shake that feeling his shaping is different.

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Oath Taker

by Audrey Grey

Release Date: May 23, 2019

The first book in the new Kingdom of Runes series… Haven Ashwood spends her days protecting the Prince of Penryth and her nights fighting monsters outside the castle walls. When a monster kidnaps Prince Bell, she has to ally with Archeron Halfbane to help rescue him. Her journey takes her deep into the domain of a vicious queen.

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Interview with Diane E. Steinbach, Author of Song of Mornius

What can you tell us about your new release, Song of Mornius?

This is a book I started in my early thirties while I was involved in multiple writer workshops and trying to learn my craft. I had reached the point that I was starting to submit it as a finished piece to agents and publishers, but then my world fell apart. I had a lot of bad things happen all at once, and through the course of several years, I lost the story. My computer crashed, my laptop died, and I was simply too distracted and out of sorts to think about what I had on those computers that I needed to salvage. Then as I started rebuilding my life, I realized I no longer had most of the work I had put into this book. All I could find of Mornius was a few chapters on floppy disc, and a partial, printed version of a very early draft. I realized then that I needed to make a choice–either to recreate a digital version, or move on and write something else. I decided to spend a year rebuilding. I gathered what I could find from the earlier drafts and started over again. Now as a result, Mornius represents to me not just the journey of my characters in the story, but my journey and battles as well.

What or who inspired you to become an author?

Stephen R. Donaldson was my inspiration. I loved his Chronicles of Thomas Covenant books (the first two trilogies). I love the reluctant hero approach to writing, the guy who needs to save the day but has a lot of internal conflicts that get in his way.

What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?

My top five books? Watership Down (Richard Adams), Dune (Frank Herbert), Lord of The Two Lands (Judith Tarr), The Clan of the Cave Bear (Jean M. Auel), Lady of the Glen (Jennifer Roberson)

Say you’re the host of a literary talk show. Who would be your first guest? What would you want to ask?

My first guest would have to be Samuel Clemens. He is family–my mother’s great uncle. I just think he was a fascinating man who would be awesome to meet.

What’s your favorite thing about writing?

I really enjoy world building, but I think my favorite thing about writing books is how the characters become real for me–to the point they take over. Caven Roth (in Song of Mornius) is a great example of this. He started out as a background character. But then he made it known he wanted more. And because I listened and paid attention, now the story is better because of it. I think the best part of writing is the adventure the writer gets to go on, not just the characters. People who think writing books is a lonely business, have not experienced a character getting in their head the way I have.

What is a typical day like for you?

I feed my cats first. (Yes, I am a crazy cat lady). I also feed my dog, Haley, and my snakes and tortoises. (I am a crazy small menagerie lady, too!) Then I make my coffee, grab a bagel or whatever, and sit down to write. I do not have a set number of pages I want to get through. I just write until I feel like stopping, whenever that might be. Since I have a full-time job driving for public transit (those big 60′ articulated buses!), I always make sure to give myself enough time before I leave for work to walk my dog, etc. Then while I’m on my break at work I often run through scenes in my head, or think about where I need to go next with my story. This way I have already done the groundwork when it comes time for me to write again.

What scene in Song of Mornius was your favorite to write?

My favorite scene in Mornius? I have several. I think one of my favs is whenTerrek confronts Felrina and forces her to tell him how his brother died.

Do you have a motto, quote or philosophy you live by?

My motto; never give up, never surrender.

Diane E. Steinbach is the author of the new book Song of Mornius.

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New Science Fiction and Fantasy Books | May 28

Set off on an adventure to new worlds this week! This selection of new science fiction and fantasy books will surely please! Science Fiction fans should be excited about the latest from bestselling authors Mark Lawrence, D.J. Molles, and more. If Fantasy is what your library needs, you’ll be able to pick up the latest from Diane E. Steibach, Nikki Broadwell, Alisa Woods, and more. Enjoy your new science fiction and fantasy books. Happy reading!


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Our Audiobook Playlist For May | 2019

Our Audiobook Playlist For May | 2019

We wanted to share with you some of our favorite audiobooks we’ve been listening to in May. Our playlist includes a little something for everyone, from mystery, literary fiction, romance, science fiction, and fantasy. Grab your headphones and happy listening!


Awakening

by Christian J. Gilliland

Release Date: May 16, 2019

We were on the lookout for a new fantasy/science fiction series on audiobook and loved this new release by Christian J. Gilliland. Awakening is the first book in The Black Knight series. It tells the story of a world destroyed nearly a millennium ago. Crinnan Jamiso is a Centurion of Black Knight and must fight his way through the overgrown ruins of an ancient city.

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A Perfect Lie

by Lisa Renee Jones

Release Date: May 14, 2019

A Perfect Lie is the brand new thriller from New York Times Bestselling Author Lisa Renee Jones. This audiobook follows Hailey Anne Monroe, who is the daughter of Thomas Frank Monroe, the man who was half a percentage point away from being the president of the United States. But he is dead. They’re all dead and now she can finally talk.

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The Farm

by Joanne Ramos

Release Date: May 7, 2019

The Farm is the debut release from author Joanne Ramos. This literary fiction audiobook is set at a luxury retreat nestled in New York’s Hudson Valley. It is a place with everything you can think of: Organic meals, Personal trainers, and daily massages. The best thing about it is that it’s free. You’re actually paid to stay here. There’s just one catch… For nine months you cannot leave the grounds because you are tasked with creating a perfect baby.

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The Dating Proposal

by Lauren Blakely

Release Date: May 6, 2019

New York Times Bestselling Author Lauren Blakely is back with another sexy romantic comedy… I invested seven years with my ex before he left me at the altar. I don’t want a relationship anytime soon. But getting back out there on the dating scene seems like it could be fun. Then I bump into Chris.

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Every Last Breath

by Juno Rushdan

Release Date: April 30, 2019

Every Last Breath is the new audiobook from Juno Rushdan that combines heart-stopping thrills and a little romance too… Maddox Kinkade knows a thing or two about managing the impossible. With a new task of neutralizing a lethal bioweapon, she must turn to the one person who can help… the love of her life who is back from the dead and mad at her supposed betrayal.

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Squaring the Circle

by B.K. Brain

Release Date: May 1, 2019

The latest science fiction technothriller from B.K. Brain… Physicist Sam Jacobson has discovered a direct line of communication to the fabric of spacetime. He can now convey expectations to the cosmos and reality will answer. With this power comes great insanity. If left unhindered, the evolution of man into God could lead to a world-ending conclusion. Two strangers are the only ones that can stop him.

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The Buzziest Books of May | 2019

The Buzziest Books of May | 2019

The month of May was a great time for readers with a host of exciting releases from bestselling authors. There were so many page-turning novels that captivated us from cover to cover this month. If you want to catch up on the books everyone was talking about, here are our choices for the buzziest books of May. Happy reading!


Don’t Tell

by Willow Rose

Release Date: May 10, 2019

The seventh book in the bestselling Jack Ryder series by Willow Rose… Jack Ryder was hoping for a week of fun with his family in the mountains of North Carolina. But he soon discovers the body of a teenage boy in the creek behind their cabin. As more bodies are found the rural community of Maggie Valley is rattled. What happened to Benjamin Rutherford? Is his father — the local pastor — telling the truth?

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Enemies With Benefits

by Roxie Noir

Release Date: May 14, 2019

From the first day of kindergarten until we graduated high school, Eli Loveless was my nemesis. Everything he did, I had to do better – and vice versa. It was the greatest day ever when he left town. He returned ten years later and is now my co-worker. It looks like the irritating kid I knew is gone and has been replaced by a man that’s sexy as sin.

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A Civil War Within

by Ethan Frechette

Release Date: May 4, 2019

A Civil War Within follows the story of a fourteen-year-old boy named Ezra. Whilst on a camping trip in his hometown of Las Vegas, NV, he meets a mysterious man named Vivek. He promises to challenge and push Ezra and his friends through the power of story. He wants them to understand the preciousness of life and how to embrace their identity while wandering through the Valley of FIre.

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The Night Window

by Dean Koontz

Release Date: May 14, 2019

A young filmmaker is being hunted for sport on a Colorado ranch by a celebrated billionaire at the center of a monstrous cabal. A hacker slips through a top-secret database to gather the facts to fight the perpetrators of mass murder. A pair of brutal operators are shadowing their targets. A Vegas mob boss and a sociopath are closing in on a boy and his protectors to use as leverage against his mother. The mother herself, ex-agent Jane Hawk, is preparing to take them down.

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Shockwave

by Lindsay Buroker

Release Date: May 8, 2019

What if being a hero was encoded in your genes but nobody had told you? Casmir Dabrowski would have laughed if asked that question. This was a guy that had to build a robot for protection when he was in school. Thankfully, his life is much better now. He is a robotics engineer and professor. But he thinks heroics are for other people, not him… That is until robot assassins show up on campus trying to kill him.

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Blessing in Disguise

by Danielle Steel

Release Date: May 7, 2019

Isabelle McAvoy has been described as one of Danielle Steele’s most memorable characters yet. This mother of three has had a long journey that resulted in her raising three daughters, from three different fathers, alone. Each of the three girls grow up to be very different women, each with a very unique relationship with their mother. While raising her girls, Isabelle becomes a successful art consultant but a final turn of fate brings a secret from her past to light.

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Once More We Saw Stars

by Jayson Greene

Release Date: May 14, 2019

The new memoir from Jayson Greene explores the power of love in the face of loss… Two-year-old Greta Greene is sitting with her grandmother on a park bench in Manhattan. Overhead a brick windowsill crumbles and strikes Greta unconscious. Once More We Saw starts with this traumatic moment and the hours leading up to her death. It explores the anguish that Jayson and his wife went through but also dives into a narrative that is more about hope and healing.

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Hurt

by Lydia Michaels

Release Date: May 21, 2019

Callan MacGregor speaks with the eloquence of a poet but a hard life has turned him into a killer. He has a first-hand account of hell and trusts nothing and no one but the hollow hurt tortured into his bones. Now he must sacrifice everything and escape to Scotland to survive. Emery Tanner is captivated by the stunning Scotsman tending the bar at the Imperial Hotel. You could say she was obsessed.

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