Essays, Howard Giskin

Poetry & Essay

These essays are an exercise in self-examination, a meditation on the author’s life and interests as they have evolved over time. Part memoir and part reflection on the broad range of human concerns, Essays explores memories of the author’s early years and family life, as well as some of the extensive international traveling he has … Read more

Drawn in Ash, John W. Otte


FORCED TO MARRY THE MAN SWORN TO DESTROY HER KIND The Dynasty claims to be a veritable paradise, where a multitude of races live in peace and harmony. Everys knows better. The Dynasty has been broken since it was founded, with the human nobility oppressing many of the peoples they’ve brutally conquered, including her own. … Read more

Adelyn’s Adventure on the Beach, Charles Bruckerhoff

Children & Picture Book

In the third book of Adelyn’s Adventures, a girl travels in the summer with her grandparents to the Atlantic seacoast. They stay at a cottage in a secluded cove, with the sand and surf a short distance from their front porch. A great black-backed seagull, named GG, befriends the girl. They spend the day exploring … Read more

The Long Road, Daniel B. Oliver

Coming of Age

Aspiring engineer Hank Galloway wants two things in life: to snag a coveted position working for NASA and to get an accurate diagnosis of his mental illness. Hank doesn’t realize how serious his disorder is until he’s hospitalized following a mental breakdown near his California college. Medical experts try to give him answers but can’t … Read more

A Gift Most Rare, Tom Leihbacher

Christian Literature

It’s Christmastime in the pocket-sized village of Briarcliff Manor. With yuletide spirits flying high, life seems close to perfect in this quaint suburb of Manhattan. But not everyone feels the holiday cheer. While most go about their joyful holiday pursuits, young Charlie Riverton is restless. Compassionate by nature, he’s especially mindful of the lonely and … Read more