Books

Beguiling Voices

Book Three of the Glass Bottles Series

by J Dark

Never trust magic … or the people that hire you.

Fern Fatelli dives back into her job as a 'trapper', and is hired to kidnap a girl away from an abusive household — only to

Best Intentions

Book One of the Glass Bottles Series

by J Dark

When your past is left undone, it will come find you.

Fern Fatelli is a private investigator, specializing in more shady activities than finding children. The situation that launches her deeper into the uncertain realm of

Broken Bridge

Book Two of the Glass Bottles Series

by J Dark

Sometimes a broken bridge has to be crossed.

Talk about Byzantine influences. Fern Fatelli is approached by a desperate father to find his daughter before something bad happens to her, only to find

Building Baby Brother

by Steven Radecki

It seemed like a good idea at the time …

Children will always grow up, whether we’re ready for them to or not. One truth about parenthood that I’ve learned is that there will come

Children of the Wrong Time

by Flavia Idà

“Would you say you were loved by the right people at the right time in the right way and for the right reasons?”

Michael Holmes and Nora Savins stepped into the ornate atrium of the Department of Vital Privileges and looked up at the life-size marble statue of

Corporate Catharsis

by Paper Angel Press

The anthology we all need — one that can help us survive our corporate servitude with our hearts and souls intact.

We’ve all been there: standing behind a desk or a counter for ridiculously long hours, letting the movie of our imagination roll behind our eyes.

Available November 2019

Custer’s First Stand

A War Mage Story

by L. A. Jacob

When Brent Rogers graduated from the Mage’s Academy in Fort Bragg, he was immediately stationed where he was absolutely needed. Afghanistan.

On his first mission with his new team, he expects to bring fire and brimstone to the enemy. Instead, he has to save the lives

Due Date

A Shelby McDougall Mystery

by Nancy Wood

Surrogate mother Shelby McDougall just fell for the biggest con of all — a scam that risks her life … and the lives of her unborn twins.

Twenty-three-year-old Shelby McDougall is facing a mountain of student debt and a memory she’d just as soon forget. An ad in Rolling Stone for a

Family Bonds

A Grimaulkin Story

by L. A. Jacob

It’s always nice to go home to see family. Not.

Mike and Scott, now married, go to Mike’s sister Evie’s house for Thanksgiving. They are greeted by a surprise nephew, and Mike’s father doesn’t remember

Il ferro e il telaio

(The Iron and The Loom)

by Flavia Idà

Quante volte, si chiese, aveva tessuto assieme stoffa che la sua spada aveva poi spaccato a meta` assieme alla carne che essa ricopriva?

Siamo a Tropea nell’anno 1136, durante la dominazione normanna di Re Ruggero II d’Altavilla. Kallyna d’Àrgira, maestra del telaio la cui arte sa trasformare il

Finding Baby Brother

Book Two of the Baby Brother Series

by Steven Radecki

Adolescence can be a challenging time — okay, a very challenging time — for both parents and children alike, particularly when one of your children really does know more about the world than you do.

Available Spring 2020

Fruit of the Devil

by Mary Flodin

Ms. Aurora Bourne would do anything to protect her students from harm … even if that means going up against the most powerful corporation on the planet.

While getting her classroom ready for Fall, Aurora feels sick, and it’s more than back-to-school-blues. Strawberry fields nearby have just been fumigated and pesticides are

Available Fall 2019

Goddess Chosen

Book One of the Goddess Rising Series

by Jay Hartlove

The man who would beat the devil isn’t a hero, but a ruthless madman.

Running from his dark past, former Duvalier hit man Charles Redmond is forced to take sides in a battle that has been raging since Exodus:

Goddess Daughter

Book Two of the Goddess Rising Series

by Jay Hartlove

How far can you genetically alter someone before she becomes someone else … before she loses her soul?

A breakthrough in human cloning leads to unspeakable evil. Psychiatrist Sanantha Mauwad is back, helping a world leading geneticist recover a four-month memory gap in

Available Winter 2019

Goddess Rising

Book Three of the Goddess Rising Series

by Jay Hartlove

Saved by a goddess … but only as a tool for revenge?

The nascent goddess Desiree meets the Egyptian archangel Joseph while ghost-busting the myth of Saint Patrick. Aided by her psychiatrist, Sanantha Mauwad, Desiree discovers she

Available Spring 2020

Grimaulkin

Book One of the Grimaulkin Series

by L. A. Jacob

Treading the straight and narrow is not natural to one who summons demons.

Michael LeBonte is set free after five years in magic prison. All he has to do is stay on the straight and narrow path for

Grimaulkin Redeemed

Book Three of the Grimaulkin Series

by L. A. Jacob

Protect your present or suffer from your past.

It’s Scott’s birthday, and Mike LeBonte has big plans for his boyfriend. First, he has to deal with losing his magic. However, he’s well-known to

Grimaulkin Tales

A Grimaulkin Anthology

by L. A. Jacob

You can tell a lot about a person by looking at the people in their life — Mike LeBonte is no exception.

Who is Ritter, and why is he so important to Mike? Who is the Grey Man in the Atheneum? And what is Chevalier to the

Grimaulkin Tempted

Book Two of the Grimaulkin Series

by L. A. Jacob

Stress affects people differently. Then, there's magic.

Mike LeBonte is house-sitting while his sister and her new husband go on their honeymoon. What could happen in two weeks? First, his cousin Becky

Homecoming

A War Mage Novel

by Jake Logan

Even wizards in the U.S. armed forces have to go home some time.

First Magus Brent Rogers of the US Army stationed in Afghanistan is ordered to return home on furlough. Considered a war mage, he is trained

Hot Drop

by J Dark

What starts as a rescue mission in a combat zone on a hostile planet becomes something more.

On a world where perception is distorted, can they find their objective before they lose themselves?

The Iron and The Loom

A Novel of Italy

by Flavia Idà

How many times, she wondered, had she woven together cloth that his sword had then torn apart along with the flesh underneath?

The year is 1136, the place Tropèa, a walled sea town in Southern Italy during the Norman domination. Kallyna d'Àrgira, a master of the arts

Is Home Your Happy Place?

The Unruly Woman's Approach to Space Healing

by Christy Diane Farr

We make our environment and it makes us right back.

There are dozens of good books with different approaches to help you tame your space and take back your life. But what if you try

The Jiminy

by J Dark

A man who had led a less-than-perfect life finds out that it’s never too late for redemption.

The Joint

A Grimaulkin Story

by L. A. Jacob

In prison, the old teach the young … and sometimes the other way around.

A young boy, new to magic prison, asks James, a veteran of the place, for help. If James helps him, James could fall prey to

L’ultimo granello del mondo

(The Last Speck of the World)

by Flavia Idà

Senza nome. Senza razza. Senza nazionalità. La superstite della catastrofe perfetta lotta per preservare se stessa e la sua speranza di essere trovata — da esseri umani.

“Sono femmina, di trentadue anni, sola nell’ultimo granello del mondo. Il mio nome, la mia razza e la mia nazionalità non sono importanti. Non so

A Last Good Day

A Glass Bottles Story

by J Dark

Family outings are fun. Getting together, sharing some good times and making good memories. But what kind of memories are made when the world changes?

A loving father, a doting mother, and two children. It's a rewarding, quiet life. That life is changed in an instant when the world changes,

The Last Speck of the World

by Flavia Idà

No name. No race. No nationality. The survivor of the perfect catastrophe struggles to preserve herself and her hope that she may be found — by humans.

“I am female, thirty-two, alone in the last speck of the world. My name, my race and my nationality are no longer important. I do

Memory and Metaphor

by Andrea Monticue

Civilization fell. It rose. At some point, people built starships.

A millennium after the Earth was abandoned to climate change and resource depletion, Sharon Manders wakes up in a body that used to belong to

Mercy

by Flavia Idà

How far would you go to heal someone's pain?

After years of watching innocent people suffer, a psychiatric nurse makes it her mission to help the most hopeless of her patients — in a

The Names of Heaven

by Flavia Idà

One man. An extraordinary choice.

In 1511 a Spanish ship en route from the island of Hispaniola sank off the coast of Yucatan near the town of Tulum. The survivors

Paper Angel Press Sampler

(2017 Edition)

by Paper Angel Press

Words have power.

They have shape and color and tone, they have texture and subtext, they can make us think and cry and laugh and rage and ponder.

Saying Goodbye

by J Dark

A young girl, searching for the parents who abandoned her, discovers that some answers only lead to more questions.

Self Defense

A Grimaulkin Story

by L. A. Jacob

Never tick off a Magician.

When Michael LeBonte is outed by a classmate, all the bullies seem to come out of the woodwork to take a crack at him. But

Sex on Fire

Finding Embodied Intimacy After Trauma

by Leah RS Braun

How one woman overcomes her traumatic past to become a strong leader, a good parent, a healthy relationship partner, and an empowered woman, sexually and everywhere else.

Leah is a typical woman in society today — a mom, a wife, a small business owner. She is also typical because she is a

Sometimes After Dark

by J Dark

A collection of thoughtful tales by J Dark

Among the tales collected here to make you think, question, and wonder … A rescue mission in a combat zone on a hostile planet becomes

The Stork

A Shelby McDougall Mystery

by Nancy Wood

It’s been five and a half years, and Shelby McDougall is finally on track. But a late-night phone call puts Shelby’s perfectly-ordered life into a tailspin.

Now back in Santa Cruz, California, she’s sharing an apartment with her brother, Dexter, and is in her second year of criminal justice studies. She’s

Available Fall 2019

Treasure Hunt

A Shelby McDougall Story

by Nancy Wood

When ten-year-old Tyler signs up for a Saturday afternoon treasure hunt sponsored by the city’s Parks department, he discovers much more than he bargained for.

His beloved Granny had begged him to register. She said he’d meet new kids, see some new places in Santa Cruz, and spend an afternoon

War Mage

A War Mage Story

by L. A. Jacob

In war, here be dragons.

First Magus Brent Rogers has just been transferred from Fort Leavenworth to Afghanistan. His mission: to find out how and why a seemingly indestructible dragon