Seasons: A Multi-Genre Story Collection
General Fiction / March 17, 2016

Nine New Stories in Six Popular Genres. Whether you enjoy mystery, romance, fantasy, or paranormal, this collection has something for you. Escape into this seasonal-themed short story collection. Nine authors have teamed up to offer you fresh, new stories in a variety of genres. In this flinch-free fiction set, every featured story is proud to be a clean read, free from harsh language, sex, and graphic violence. This collection is only available for a limited time, so read it now while you can! WINTER Saving Peters Tree Farm (contemporary romance): Charlotte is determined to help the family’s struggling Christmas tree farm. What she doesn’t expect is an old love interest to come back into her life, only to steal her heart once again. Mistress of Snow and Ice (fantasy): When a terrifying beast attacks their forest home, fifteen-year-old Yela must escape into the mountains with several children. Little does she realise what additional terrors threaten them there… or that the fate of her entire people will rest on decisions she and her young charges will be forced to make. SPRING Springtime Murder (cozy mystery): Polly Blake never expects her family’s annual spring barbecue to kick off with her uncle dropping…

The Portable Laura Roberts
General Fiction / September 10, 2015

Laura Roberts was born in 1978 and immediately began writing the story of her life, after staring up at a spinning mobile above her crib for a sufficient period of time and thinking, “I could do better than that.” Though the intervening years have seen her scribbling in notebooks, Harriet the Spy-style, as well as concocting rude gossip rags about her friends and family (hello, “Gossip World!”), she first debuted her special brand of insanity in a university-level screenwriting class, where her final project was a Hal Hartley-inspired fanfic tribute to David Duchovny whose climax saw the protagonist wielding two menacing halves of Immanuel Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason in a boxing match against Duchovny’s real-life wife, Téa Leoni. She received an A from her professor, along with the astute comment, “You got away with a lot.” She has been getting away with a lot more ever since, including crime fiction, erotica, sex columns, an honors degree in Creative Writing and English Literature, thinly veiled tracts against hipster haven Austin, Texas, and a ninja versus pirates cavalcade. Laura is the author of Ninjas of the 512, aka the best novel you’ll ever read about pirates, ninjas and evil politicians in…