Fantasy Titles

Fingerbones

by Erzebet YellowBoy

When rumors of plague swept through the country, pregnant mothers were sent to the island of ghosts, left to give birth and die alone. Not all of their babies perished, […]

Rookwar

by Sunny Moraine

Casting the Bones Book Three Turn is a member of the ancient Crow tribe, a Psychopomp in training—a guide of souls into the lands beyond death—with a bright future ahead […]

The Don’t Girls

by Octavia Cade

Bluebeard’s wife is told by her husband to never go into his dungeon. When she does, she finds the mutilated corpses of his previous wives—and Pandora. With the help of […]

Watermark

by E. Catherine Tobler

A dead girl, a frozen lake, a heart taken… Pip, a kelpie sent to our world as punishment, is forced into a human form. But she cannot even recall her […]

Ravenfall

by Sunny Moraine

Casting the Bones Book Two In exile from her home and her people, Turn—once Crow and psychopomp-in-training—is living among the mysterious Ravens, a people steeped in magic and forgotten history. […]

The Bone Whistle

by Erzebet YellowBoy

Young, brash Darly can’t overcome her anger at a father she never knew. Viv, her secretive mother, can’t get over the man himself. What Darly doesn’t know, and what Viv […]

Crowflight

by Sunny Moraine

Turn is a member of the ancient Crow tribe, a Psychopomp in training—a guide of souls into the lands beyond death—with a bright future ahead of her, until she witnesses […]

Salvage

by Chris Howard

Salvage specialist Captain Jayson Wilraven finds his life and the lives of his crew in peril when a strange charterer wants a mysterious sunken vessel hidden, not raised—and sends armed […]

Water, Circle, Moon

by Sally McBride

Laine, a twenty-something grad student, knows her wayward brother Innis must be up to no good in Britain. She’s the big sister, the sensible one, but when she tracks him […]

Land of Dreams

by Erzebet YellowBoy

Celeste has nothing to live for. Anxious and afraid, she can hardly muster the courage to leave her unfurnished apartment. No one, least of all her, expected her to jump. […]