Becoming Henry Issue #1 Shattered Lives: The Comic

Blurb: Diamant brings Rissa Blakeley’s wildly popular post-apocalyptic book series, Shattered Lives, to life in this new comic series, Becoming Henry. Link: (Only available on Amazon) Violent nightmares. A haunting past. As an orphan, government recruiters, entwined within a secret project, place Luke Richards into a military school in the East End of London.... Continue Reading →

Fighting the Silent (The Dark Sea War Chronicles Book 1)

In a distant solar system, a war breaks between the Webbur Union, its ally the Kingdom of Torrance, and their rival, the Axx Republic. Byllard Iddo is a young man who accidently killed his father in a martial arts training session. He left to join the Space Navy. Now a lieutenant in the powerful Webbur... Continue Reading →

They Come from the Shadows: A Collection of Horror

A giant sea creature. A demon possessed cat. A mysterious woman lingering in a graveyard. They all dwell just beyond the seeping tendrils of daylight--just past pleasant dreams and bubblegum palaces. This is where nightmares live. Let me tell you a story...     Kira McKinney was born and raised in the heart... Continue Reading →

A Contract of Words: Endless Skies

The trees swayed as the USSS Wardsoared overhead. Nightfall had drained them of color; their emerald leaves shone silver in the pre-dawn starlight. Teri slipped her trembling hand into Michelle’s. “I can’t believe it’s come to this.” They peered out the portal at the passing scenery, Teri’s mouth agape. Michelle squeezed her hand. “We’ll find a... Continue Reading →

Spellbinder by Harold Robbins

From the author of The New York Times #1 bestselling novel The Carpetbaggers comes a hard-edged look at the seductive, high-stakes and often hypocritical world of religious revivalism and televangelists.... Spellbinder is the story of a genuine and charismatic believer known as "Preacher," who returns from the foxholes and horrors of Vietnam with a simple... Continue Reading →

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