Valeris by James Jordan

October 2017 Volume 1 Valeris is a vast, beautiful world, filled with strange, curious, gorgeous, massive, and sometimes scary things. From floating islands, to Orcs and Elves, to a strangely built city. Mystery and beauty are Valeris’ key features. Some things...

A Trace of Copper by Anne Renwick

May 2017 Elemental Steampunk Tales:  Book 1 A small Welsh village. An interrupted romance. A rogue frog on the loose threatening their future. New recruit to the Queen’s agents, Dr. Piyali Mukherji is given a simple first assignment. Travel to the small Welsh...

Slave City by Celine Jeanjean

January 2019 The Viper and the Urchin #3 A complicated mission. A team of misfits that just don’t get along. What could possibly go wrong? The team: A skinny pickpocket with dreadlocks and a big attitude. A foppish assassin with a fear of blood An elite fighter,...

The Pickpocket by Celine Jeanjean

September 2016 The Viper and the Urchin #0.5 Letting someone get close can be dangerous… Rory is a starveling, barely carving a survival for herself on the docks. And then Daria, older, brash, full of life, barrels into her world. She’s a talented...

Spy Training by Jon Del Arroz

May 2019 Deadly secrets lie behind enemy lines… …will he make it out alive? The Kingdom of Rislandia sends their finest Knights of the Crystal Spire on an espionage mission in hopes of uncovering plans to the one weapon that could turn the tide of the war...

Rust and Steam by Anne Renwick

January 2020 A speeding train. A determined villain. A reconciliation of broken hearts. Lady Alice Hemsworth wasn’t supposed to fall in love. It was her duty not to. Alas, she’d failed miserably. Mr. Benjamin Leighton – despite being turned away by the steam...

Her Majesty’s Witch by Eva Gordon

June 2016 A Bayla and Golem Novel:  Book 2 Her Majesty’s Witch, a member of the secret society of the Grigori, and married to Emmet, a former angel with the capability to transform into a golem, Bayla’s life is complex, to say the least. As if her life was not...