Witching hour is here. 1893, New Salem, and the Sisters of Avalon have just announced their presence — a witchy sisterhood, hellbent on patriarchal destruction. Historic yet fantastical, this delightful concoction brews an empowering tale for women and speaks to the complexities of bonds, whether witchy, sisterly, or social. A must read for fans of chasing moonbeams, vanquishing enemies, or simply, existing.
Welcome to the gritty and devilish life of the Gentleman Bastards. Cunning heists, stunning tricks, and unapologetic anti-heroes will devour you in this fiendish tale. Locke and his friends have nothing but each other...and the purses of every upper crust noble, maniacal mob boss, and clandestine society in Camorr at their fingertips. But when a scam implodes, will clever wit and desperation be enough to save their lives?
Women aren’t allowed to practice magic in Chasland. Nor do they have any rights. For a secretive and powerful sorceress, her choice seems clear: family, love, social life, and role as the dutiful demur wife/mother, or knowledge, power, freedom, and autonomy to choose a life of her own. But when love steps in and amplifies her ambitions, how can she make a choice, when the choice isn’t even hers to make?
Alpsten pulls back the curtain on 17th Century Russia revealing the decadence, intrigue, and high-stakes drama that surround life in the Russian court. Follow the tumultuous life of Catherine I, second wife to Peter the Great, from peasant girl to empress. Her impressive struggle for survival and existence as a woman in a world as harsh as its landscape echoes with haunting beauty and will leave you breathless.
A fresh voice in Sci-Fi, Leicht melds bada** feminist bravado, AI’s with empathy, and crime syndicates in a cut-throat universe giving us: Persephone, a planet who’s indigenous peoples are bristling with persecution, injustice, and betrayal. A compelling and relevant narrative, it challenges assumptions on technology and ponders a world enlightened by a spectacular rainbow of racial diversity, gender representation, and decolonization, one we are blessed to receive in this male dominated genre.