How to Monetize Despair, Lisa Mottolo

Poetry & Essay

How to Monetize Despair is a captivating exploration of a wide range of subjects and ideas, from traumatic loss and the sorrows of human relationships to the natural but absurd world of neurotic caterpillars and philosophical cockroaches. With a unique blend of imagery, self-help inspired titles, and Mottolo’s peculiar brand of humor, this collection takes … Read more

Awakening Resilience, Heidi Wren

Guidebook & Reference

Looking to reignite your resilience and passion? Let this book help you overcome burnout and start living well. Do you sometimes feel like you’re losing yourself to the grind of daily life, constantly battling against burnout? If you feel fatigued and find yourself wandering aimlessly in life, know that you’re not alone. In today’s high-pressure … Read more

Invisible, Cecily Anne Paterson

Coming of Age

Jazmine Crawford doesn’t make decisions. She doesn’t make choices. She doesn’t make friends. Jazmine only wants one thing: to be invisible. It’s a lot easier to take out her hearing aid and drift along pretending that nothing’s wrong than it is to admit that she’s heartbroken. Being in the school drama production is the first … Read more

I Am Abigail, Jamie Collins

Grief & Hardship

ONE OF THE MOST DISTURBING CASES OF SEXUAL ABUSE ON RECORD—AND THE INSPIRING TRUE STORY OF THE WOMAN WHO SURVIVED TO SPEAK HER TRUTH My name is Abigail Alvarado. When I was nine, Child Protective Services removed me and my siblings from my mother’s home—a known crack house—due to neglect. After an extended stay at … Read more

To End Every War, Raymond Wilkinson


Assassinations headlined. Revolutions smoldering. War without end. Welcome to an optimistic, progressive-era world on the brink of an unfathomable global war rooted in division and rebellion. Six unique women must rise above societal prejudices and find unexpected friendship, unity, and love. It is 1901, and the Vespa Academy of Sciences is at the forefront of … Read more