ZP is still working to update our ebook store so we can get download links for your purchases and some other fancy capabilities. Feb-March we’re hoping will be our lucky months!
Greg Austin’s Sci-fi screenplay SIAN was a finalist at the Fantastic Planet Film Festival! The short story version, Morgan Jones and Greg Austin co-wrote with his brother, won a contest to be published in the 2015 Sci-fi anthology, Words in Future Tense. Super Congrats, guys!
Here’s a look at Tamian Wood’s lovely book cover work for another group.
ZP is still working to update our ebook store so we can get download links for your purchases and some other fancy capabilities. Ran into a couple of issues, but they’re being worked out. This will happen! Soon!
Here is a poster artist Brad Fraunfelter made for a client. It includes the five main characters of the ongoing series. Isn’t it gorgeous?
Each character was painted separately and then placed into the overall composite. The main character at center was created through the use of photography of a model in costume, and then was repainted in the computer. Also the Medusa character was created in a similar way. This was a model that was photographed in a studio setting, and was then manipulated and repainted over digitally to add the snake skin, snakes on the hair, jewelry, etc.
Looks like all our authors are busy with their families this coming holiday season, so no appearance updates for Decemeber. But they do wish you and yours a wonderful set of holidays!
A new feature! We’ll try to post a different book trailer to the front page each month along with the news and monthly appearances.
ZP is working to update our ebook store so we can get download links for your purchases and some other fancy capabilities. The looks is just about there, but there’s still lots to do. Keep checking back and we’ll let you know when it’s ready. This month we are even closer to ther reveal, but not quite there yet. Soon!
We are delighted to announce that JoSelle Vanderhooft’sEbenezer is a finalist in the Lesbian Contemporary General Fiction category of the 2014 Rainbow Awards!
Gloria Oliver will be at Roll 2 Play Nov 15 in Coppell, TX. She’ll be talking about her books, play Dungeons and Dragons, and stay for the showing of Wolf’s Children. She’ll be sharing the spotlight with the cast and crew of Tauiran Film’s webseries Party Girl.
Autumn leaves aren’t the only thing stirring in Pumpkin this Halloween
Avalon Lynch worked hard to escape the tarnish of her witching heritage. Everything she’s ever wanted is within her grasp, until a visit home and a mishap with a skeleton binds her to an offspring of The Dugan—Pumpkin’s equivalent of the Bogeyman.
Nicholas Dugan loves autumn—the changing leaves, the ripening harvest and the tricks played on their neighboring town. He’s content to watch the Halloween fun until a sinister prank reveals his family’s dark past and their cursed future.
Bound by their devotion to their families, Lonnie and Nick search for a mysterious prankster before his malicious tricks destroys both their futures.
It’s Christmas Eve in the city that never sleeps, but Ebenezer doesn’t feel like celebrating. Her girlfriend of ten years has just left her, her job as a debt collector is slowly killing her, and worst of all, she hasn’t truly acted in years.
But when three spirits representing the places and ambitions closest to her heart pay her a visit, Ebenezer just might find a reason to end her life???or a reason to keep going.
Set during the global recession, this retelling of Charles Dickens’s immortal classic A Christmas Carol explores the vagaries of growing up and exchanging old dreams for new meaning.
Twenty-two-year-old George Washington was pleased by his promotion to the rank of lieutenant-colonel and quite content to be the second-in-command of Governor Robert Dinwiddie’s expedition to remove the French from the Ohio Valley.
Then Joshua Fry, the mission’s elderly commanding officer, is killed in a fall from his horse. Washington, whose experience in battle is all but nonexistent, is suddenly in command of the Virginia Regiment at a remote field in the Allegheny Mountains called Great Meadows—and the enemy is coming.
If people would only stop trying to kill him, Halvar the Dane might finally manage to do what he was sent to the island of Manatas to do—get the fugitive Leon di Vicenza on a boat back to Al-Andalus.
And he didn’t intend to kill two people before breakfast in the process.
However, once again murder and intrigue immerse the calif’s Hireling in more trouble than he ever wanted; and before he learns who murdered the pawnbroker, the mystery will take enough twists and turns to make a good man dizzy.
ZP is working to update our ebook store so we can get download links for your purchases and some other fancy capabilities. The looks is just about there, but there’s still lots to do. Keep checking back and we’ll let you know when it’s ready.
Kim Baccellia will be part of KidLitCon 2014 at the Tsakopoulos Library Galleria in Sacramento, CA. She and two other authors will be discussing Finding and Reviewing the Best in Diverse Children’s and YA
Alana Lorens is having a fundraising booksigning event in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, in conjunction with Women’s Services, Inc., with her Pittsburgh Lady Lawyers series books, on October 28 at a local bakery. Two dollars from the sale of each book will go to the organization, which has a battered women’s shelter, counseling and much more to help survivors of domestic violence.
From Zumaya Thresholds Imprint – the 3rd in the Ali Caldwell series by Christine Marciniak
Cover by Katelin Moul
Ali Caldwell thought her troubles were over, but she has a new one.
She’s let her grades fall and now she’s on academic probation. She has to get her grades up or leave school.
Everyone is talking about an intriguing study system, but Ali realizes it’s nothing more than cheating. Instead, she studies for hours to get a perfect grade on her next test.
Instead of applauding, though, her teacher accuses her of cheating. To make things worse, the administration is certain that her boyfriend is the mastermind behind it all.
Ali needs to prove that not only didn’t she cheat but that Liam is innocent as well before they both get kicked out of school.
Coming soon in Trade Paperback, Nook, Kindle, and other ebook versions.