Fantasy, Science Fiction, Speculative Fiction
A Warrior’s Past, by Anonymous. Book 1 in The Legends of Eve fantasy series (Dreamwords 2019).
A Woman Warrior-Born, by Alexander Edlund. Volume 1 of The Book of Banea fantasy series (Smashwords 2013).
Alvin Baylor Lives! A 21st Century Pulp, by Maximilian Gray. Science fiction adventure (Peculiar Ephemera 2018).
Bite-Sized Magic, by Kathryn Littlewood. Book 3 in the Bliss Family Bakery fantasy series (HarperTeen 2014).
Burning Glass, by Kathryn Purdie. Book 1 in the Burning Glass fantasy series (Katherine Tegen Books 2016).
Come the Wind, by Alexander Edlund. Volume 2 of The Book of Banea fantasy series (Smashwords 2016).
Enchanted Orbit, by Steven Simpson. Science fiction and fantasy collection of novelettes: The Girl Whom the Dragon Tattooed, Stasis, and Plague of Rainbows (Amazon Digital Services 2018).
Escape from Extinction, by Yordie Sands. Book 1 in the Temporal Expeditions science fiction series (Lulu 2019).
Fixing Your Stars, by Steven A. Simpson. Time-travel romantic fantasy (Independent publisher 2021).
Jintao, by Jack Hall. Science fiction techno thriller (Amazon Publishing Services 2018).
Keelic and the Pathfinders of Midgarth, by Alexander Edlund. Book 2 of The Keelic Travers Chronicles science fiction series (Landstrider Press 2018).
Keelic and the Space Pirates, by Alexander Edlund. Book 1 of The Keelic Travers Chronicles science fiction series (Smashwords 2015).
Last of the Lost Boys, by N. D. Wilson. Book 3 in the Outlaws of Time fantasy series (Katherine Tegen Books 2018).
Long May She Reign, by Rhiannon Thomas. Fantasy (HarperTeen 2017).
Majesty: Discovery, by Roger B. Burt. Book 1 of the Gaia’s Majesty spec fiction trilogy (CreateSpace 2015).
“Moby n’ Queegs,” by William Ade. Spec fiction short story in Classics Remixed anthology (Left Hand Publishers 2019).
No Lack of Sunshine, by Eric Kay. Hard science fiction (Independent publisher 2021).
Race2Rio, by Roddie Simmons. Volume in the Globe Agents youth fantasy adventure series (Aqui Animation Studios 2019).
Spirit Hunters, by Ellen Oh. Fantasy (HarperCollins 2017).
Swing Low: The Hangman of the Woods, by B. C. Crow. Fantasy (Blue House Publishing 2017).
Temporary Monsters, by Craig Shaw Gardner. Book 1 in the Temporary Magic fantasy series (Penguin/InterMix 2013).
The Child Revealed, by A. R. Winterstaar. Book 1 in The World of Evendaar fantasy series (Evendaar Publishing 2014).
The Girl Who Stole Tomorrow, by D. B. McDowell. Book 1 in the S-Impact science fiction series (D. B. McDowell 2015).
“The God Portal,” by William Ade. Spec fiction short story in Mindscapes Unimagined anthology (Left Hand Publishers 2018).
The Havoc Machine, by Steven Harper. Book 4 in the Clockwork Empire steampunk series (NAL/Roc 2013).
The Jinn and the Two Kingdoms, by Peter Blaisdell. Fantasy (Blaisdell Literary Enterprises 2022).
The Key to the Abyss: An Epic Medieval Fantasy, by Joseph Finley. Book 2 in the Dragon-Myth Cycle (TaraStone Press 2018).
The Legend of Sam Miracle, by N. D. Wilson. Book 1 in the Outlaws of Time fantasy series (Katherine Tegen Books 2016).
The Linkage, by V. W. Stebbins. Fantasy (Blindspot 2020).
The Lords of Oblivion: A San Francisco Fantasy, by Peter Blaisdell. Book 1 of the Lords of History fantasy series (Blaisdell Literary Enterprises 2017).
The Lords of Powder: A Miami Fantasy, by Peter Blaisdell. Book 2 of the Lords of History fantasy series (Blaisdell Literary Enterprises 2019).
The Lords of the Summer Season: A Psychedelic Fantasy, by Peter Blaisdell. Book 3 of the Lords of History fantasy series (Blaisdell Literary Enterprises 2020).
The Lost Sons of Asgaard, by Eric Brodin. Book 1 in the Endangered Norse Gods fantasy series (CreateSpace 2015).
The Magic Thief: Home, by Sarah Prineas. Book 4 in the Magic Thief fantasy series (Harper 2014).
The Nephilim Device, The Nephilim Effect, and The Nephilim Conspiracy, by B. C. Crow. Books 1–3 of The Nephilim science fiction trilogy (Blue House Publishing 2015).
The Song of Glory and Ghost, by N. D. Wilson. Book 2 in the Outlaws of Time fantasy series (Katherine Tegen Books 2017).
The Other Magic, by Derrick Smythe. Book 1 in the Passage to Dawn fantasy series (Dorean Press 2019).
The Other Way, by Derrick Smythe. Book 2 in the Passage to Dawn fantasy series (Dorean Press 2021).
The Well of Destiny, by Eric Brodin. Book 2 in the Endangered Norse Gods fantasy series (CreateSpace 2016).
Three Immortals, by Bert-Oliver Boehmer. Space opera (SpringwaldWeller 2021).
To Earn the Sash, by Derrick Smythe. Companion to the Passage to Dawn fantasy series (Dorean Press 2020).
To Wield a Plague, by Derrick Smythe. Companion to the Passage to Dawn fantasy series (Dorean Press 2022).
Type G: A Novel of Time Travel and First Contact, by Thomas R. Morgan (Amazon Digital Services/Brunswick Analytical, Inc. 2016).
Wanderers, by Susan Kim and Laurence Klavan. Book 2 in the Wasteland dystopia series (HarperTeen 2014).
Za’nar: Impossibility, by Zachary Storch. Fantasy (Amazon Digital Services 2015).
Mystery, Detective, Thriller, Suspense
A Good Man in a Bad Time, by M. Dylan Raskins. Psychological suspense (Cheen Up Press 2022).
Article V, by Richard Rudomanski. Political suspense (CreateSpace 2014).
Chili Con Carnage, by Kylie Logan. Book 1 in the Chili Cook-Off mystery series (Berkley Prime Crime 2013).
Defiant, by P. J. O’Dwyer. Book 2 in the Fallon Sisters romantic suspense trilogy (Black Siren Books 2013).
Facing Death, by Catyana Skory Falsetti. Book 1 in the Julia Rawson mystery series (Falsetti Publishing 2016).
FAIR: First American Internet Revolution, by Skipper Weese. Allegory (Smashwords 2016).
Fallen Angel, by Jonelle Patrick. Book 1 of the Only in Tokyo mystery series (Penguin/InterMix 2012/2013).
Folded Dreams, by Michael Kent. Book 1 of the Lieutenant Beaudry detective series (Mezzo Publications 2014).
“Healing Heels,” by William Ade. Crime short story, in Black Fox Literary Magazine #18 (Summer 2018).
“Her First Date,” by William Ade. Crime short story, in Mysteries Unimagined anthology (Left Hand Publishers 2018).
Hiss Me Deadly, by Miranda James. Book 15 of the Cat in the Stacks cozy mystery series (Berkley Prime Crime 2023).
Idolmaker, by Jonelle Patrick. Book 3 of the Only in Tokyo mystery series (Penguin/InterMix 2013).
Malled to Death, by Laura DiSilverio. Book 3 in the Mall Cop mystery series (Berkley Prime Crime 2013).
Nightshade, by Jonelle Patrick. Book 2 of the Only in Tokyo mystery series (Penguin/InterMix 2012/2013).
Old Fashioned: A Jack Daniels/Sojourning Souls Story, by Kevin Hallock. Crime novelette (Kindle Worlds 2017).
Relentless, by P. J. O’Dwyer. Book 1 in the Fallon Sisters romantic suspense trilogy (Black Siren Books 2011).
Safe From Harm, by Stephanie Jaye Evans. Book 2 in the Sugar Land mystery series (Berkley Prime Crime 2013).
Tempest in a Teapot, by Amanda Cooper. Book 1 in the Teapot Collector mystery series (Berkley Prime Crime 2014).
The Pretty Boy Gun Club, by Theo Baker. Psychological suspense (CreateSpace 2017).
Three Strides Out, by V. S. Anderson. Equestrian mystery (Independent publisher 2022).
Willowgrove, by Kathleen Peacock. Book 3 in the Hemlock paranormal suspense series (Katherine Tegen Books 2015).
Dustoff One Zero, by Joseph Jablecki. Military adventure (Barnes & Noble Press 2021).
Crossroads, by Gene Salvatore. Coming-of-age YA (Independent publisher 2022).
The Couriers of Herodotus, by Steve Williams. Aviation history and coming-of-age (in production for 2023).
Romance, Women’s Fiction
In Regalia, by Erin McCormack. Women’s fiction/Native American lit (Longtale Press 2019).
Steadfast Will I Be, by Susan Furlong. Historical romance (Wild Rose Press 2019).
The Big Sugarbush, by Ana B. Good. Lesbian romantic comedy (Hot Pants Press 2016).
The Boy, by Lara Santoro. Literary romance (Little, Brown 2013).
The Christmas Spirit, by Elisabeth Fairchild. Regency romance (Penguin/InterMix 2012).
The Lives of Cat, by Barbara Jean Ruther. Contemporary romance (Independent publisher 2021).
The Mission, by Maureen Eustis. Women’s fiction (CreateSpace 2018).
The Strawberry Field, by Barbara Jean Ruther. Contemporary romance (Torrid Books 2017).
The Waking Dream, by Sage Steadman. Coming-of-age novella (Mmhmm Books 2016).
Willing, by Leslie Morris Noyes. Contemporary woman’s fiction (Blender Publishing 2021).
American Frontier 1800’s: Vol. 1, by Richard Puz. Western short stories (74th Street PressOlympia 2017).
“Becca,” by Richard Puz. Frontier short story (74th Street PressOlympia 2018).
Captain Sedition: The Death of the Age of Reason, by Kerry Fusaro. Historical fiction, Revolutionary War (Independent publisher 2020).
Gates of Greed, by Richard Puz. Middle Ages novelette (74th Street PressOlympia 2018).
Night at the Belvedere, by Stephen Berberich. Historical suspense, turn-of-the-century Baltimore (Amazon Digital Services 2017).
Solomon’s Temple, by Leo Braginsky. Historical suspense, WWII (BookBaby 2012).
The Ball Crossing, by J. E. Lindberg. Historical suspense, post-Civil War Vermont (John Eric Lindberg 2013).
The Shaman’s Stone, by H. S. Dunham. Historical coming-of-age, 1761 and 2001 (Independent publisher 2022).
The Look in Her Eyes, by Frank Toich. Magical realism (Independent publisher 2020).
Trails of Smoke, by William Liimatainen. Coming-of-age (Independent publisher 2022).
An Unconventional Childhood: Growing Up in the Catskill Mountains During the 1950s and 1960s, by Marilyn Mayes Kaltenborn (BookBaby 2013).
Anchor and Flares: A Memoir of Motherhood, Hope, and Service, by Kate Braestrup (Little, Brown 2015).
Call Dr. Treat: Three Generations of Veterinary Practice in Vermont, by Robert Treat (Northshire Bookstore 2017).
Dancing in Bomb Shelters: My Diary of Holland in World War II, by Johanna Wycoff (iUniverse 2010).
Eat, Sleep, Love, by Chuck Forester (Querelle Press 2019).
Growing Up on a Dirt Road, by Dave Quesnel. Volume 1 of GrandPAW’s Memoirs (ShiresPress 2015).
Home is the Sailor: With the Nyes Aboard the Three Carinas, by Richard Nye (Bruce Farr Creative Publishing 2011).
Sweet Baby Lover: A True Story of Love, Death, and Hope, by Jule Kucera (Poppyseed House 2014).
Tour de Vermont 251, by Dave Quesnel. Volume 2 of GrandPAW’s Memoirs (Northshire Bookstore 2017).
You Will Have a Black Labrador, by Nino Gugunishvili. Collection of semiautobiographical essays (Independent publisher 2019).
A Beginner’s Guide to American Mah Jongg, by Elaine Sandburg. General interest (Tuttle Publishing 2007).
Big Delicious Life: Stacey Ballis’s Most Awesome Recipes, by Stacey Ballis. Cookbook (Penguin/Intermix 2014).
Breath Taking, by Michael J. Stephen. All about lungs (Atlantic Monthly Press 2021).
Simply Armenian: Naturally Healthy Ethnic Cooking Made Easy, by Barbara Ghazarian. Cookbook (Mayreni Publishing 2004).
Simply Quince, by Barbara Ghazarian. Cookbook (Mayreni Publishing 2009).
Sport Matters: Leadership, Power, and the Quest for Respect in Sports, by Kenneth L. Shropshire. Business (Wharton Digital Press 2015).
Tea: The Drink That Changed the World, by Laura C. Martin. General interest (Tuttle Publishing 2007).
The 24-Hour Genius: Unlocking Your Brain’s Potential with Strategic All-Nighters, by Eric Epstein. Business (Penguin/Intermix 2013).
The 34-Ton Bat: The Story of Baseball as Told Through Bobbleheads, Cracker Jacks, Jockstraps, Eye Black, and 375 Other Strange and Unforgettable Objects, by Steve Rushin. General interest (Little, Brown 2013).
The Engaged Leader: A Strategy for Your Digital Transformation, by Charline Li. Business (Wharton Digital Press 2015).
The Gamification Toolkit: Dynamics, Mechanics, and Components for the Win, by Kevin Werbach and Dan Hunter. Business (Wharton Digital Press 2015).
The Secret Rescue: The Untold Survival Story of American Nurses and Medics Behind Nazi Lines, by Cate Lineberry. WWII history (Little, Brown 2013).
Changing on the Job: Developing Leaders for a Complex World, by Jennifer Garvey Berger (Stanford University Press 2011).
Circles of Compensation: Economic Growth and the Globalization of Japan, by Kent E. Calder (Stanford University Press 2017).
Communication Mosaics: An Introduction to the Field of Communication (6th ed.), by Julia T. Wood (Wadsworth Publishing 2009).
Descendants of Noah: Stories of Armenian Apostolic Faith and Heritage, by Barbara Ghazarian (Mayreni Publishing 2002).
Educational Administration: Concepts and Practices (5th ed.), by Fred C. Lunenberg and Allan C. Ornstein (Wadsworth Publishing 2007).
Encyclopedia of Sustainability, by Karen Christensen, ed. (Berkshire Publishing Group 2012).
Forensic Psychology (3rd ed.), by Solomon M. Fulero and Lawrence W. Wrightsman (Wadsworth Publishing 2008).
Gendered Lives: Communication, Gender, and Culture (8th ed.), by Julia T. Wood (Wadsworth Publishing 2007).
Global Security Upheaval: Armed Nonstate Groups Usurping State Stability Functions, by Robert Mandel (Stanford University Press 2013).
Implementing City Sustainability: Overcoming Administrative Silos to Achieve Functional Collective Action, by Rachel M. Krause (Temple University Press 2021).
Interpersonal Communications: Everyday Encounters (6th ed.), by Julia T. Wood (Wadsworth Publishing 2008).
Making the Transition: Education and Labor Market Entry in Central and Eastern Europe, Irena Kogan, Clemens Noelke, and Michael Gebel, eds. (Stanford University Press 2011).
Mikayel S. Giurjian, His Life and Work, by Harutium Mekeryan (Vatche Ghazarian, ed.) (Mayreni Publishing 2005).
New Challenges for Maturing Democracies in Korea and Taiwan, by Larry Diamond and Gi-Wook Shin (Stanford University Press 2014).
Pennsylvania Politics and Policy: A Commonwealth Reader, by J. Wesley Leckrone and Michelle J. Atherton (eds.) (Temple University Press 2018).
Racing for Innocence: Whiteness, Gender, and the Backlash Against Affirmative Action, by Jennifer L. Pierce (Stanford University Press 2012).
The Ethics of Staying: Social Movements and Land Rights Politics in Pakistan, by Mubbashir A. Rizvi. Volume in the South Asia in Motion series (Stanford University Press 2019).
The Hidden God: Luther, Philosophy, and Political Theology, by Marius Timmann Mjaaland (Indiana University Press 2015).
The Nuclear Renaissance and International Security, by Adam N. Stulberg and Matthew Fuhrmann, eds. (Stanford University Press 2013).
The Peculiar Afterlife of Slavery: The Chinese Worker and the Minstrel Form, by Caroline Yang (Stanford University Press 2020).