“In My Next Life I’ll Get it Right” by Rosemary Mild

“In My Next Life I’ll Get It Right” by award-winning Rosemary Mild, is a plucky volume of essays about life, love, family, career, and everything in between. This eclectic mix of emotional, insightful vignettes has something for everyone, and covers a wide range of subjects. Some pieces will warm your heart, some will make you smile or laugh, and a few will bring a tear to your eye. … More “In My Next Life I’ll Get it Right” by Rosemary Mild

“Ekleipsis” by Tamel Wino

“Ekleipsis” is a collection of five short stories by Tamel Wino that all have one thing in common: Each story explores a character that has met their downfall. Sometimes it’s the narrator, other times it’s the antagonist or a side character. Each story is as dark and gruesome as the description sounds, and “Ekleipsis” will leave the audience eager to see more from Tamel Wino. … More “Ekleipsis” by Tamel Wino

“A Luke of All Ages and Fire and Ice: Two Novellas” by Mark Saba

“A LUKE of ALL AGES and FIRE and ICE: Two Novellas,” by Mark Saba, is an intriguing work of literary fiction. Comprised of two novellas in one book, each in its own way explores themes of love, faith, beliefs, memory, human behavior, the mystery of life, and more. … More “A Luke of All Ages and Fire and Ice: Two Novellas” by Mark Saba

“Grimm, Grit, and Gasoline: Dieselpunk and Decopunk Fairy Tales” Edited by Rhonda Parrish

“Grimm, Grit, and Gasoline” is a collection of fairy tales, both retellings and originals, set during World War I and World War II. All of the short stories in this collection fall into the dieselpunk and decopunk genres. This anthology features a variety of authors from a variety of backgrounds, all of whom incorporate different cultures and experiences within their fairy tales. … More “Grimm, Grit, and Gasoline: Dieselpunk and Decopunk Fairy Tales” Edited by Rhonda Parrish

“Scenes from the Heartland” by Donna Baier Stein

“Scenes from the Heartland” by Donna Baier Stein is a compilation of stories based on artworks that were created by well-known lithographer and artist Thomas Hart Benton.

The theme of this book is one of artistic interpretation and literary translation. It is the balancing of two forms of creativity into one volume of perspective. Have you ever looked at a picture, painting, or lithograph and imagined the story it could tell? Imagine no further! In this book, the stories are woven around each piece of artwork for your enjoyment. … More “Scenes from the Heartland” by Donna Baier Stein