Author: Gavin Edwards
The life, death, and mystery of one of Hollywood’s most beloved stars, River Pheonix.
Author: Jamie Attenberg
“From the New York Times, best-selling author of The Middlesteins comes a wickedly funny novel about a thirty-nine-year-old single, childfree woman who defies convention as she seeks connection.”
Author: Paul Tremblay
Fifteen years after the death of her family, Merry Barrett recounts the crumbling of life she knew after her sister’s descent into madness crosses over into the unholy.
Author: Chris Perez
10 years after the tragic murder of Mexican-American superstar Selena Quintanilla Perez, her widower and former guitar player, Chris Perez writes her one last love note.
Author: David D. Hammons
“Monsters, ghosts, dead, undead, and Frankensteins still unsure if they’re depressed because they’re abominations against existence or if it’s just been forever since they’ve been laid, all can find love with Rasputin’s Supernatural Dating Service!
Eli Kowalski has seen his share of freaks as a Certifier for Rasputin’s Supernatural Dating Service. It’s his job to weed out the real monsters from the weirdos with too much black lipstick. While on a routine certification, he comes across the Tablet of Nicaea. A powerful witch and self-proclaimed “Men’s Rights Activist” wants to steal the tablet and use it to kill all supernatural creatures so that “nice guys” like him can have a better chance with women. Eli must unite with the supernatural policing agency, the witch’s ex-girlfriend, and the constantly-naked Rasputin to save supernatural creatures in the name of love. He’ll probably excuse himself from Rasputin’s victory orgy, though.”
Author: Michael Kimmey
“Sociologist Michael Kimmel, one of the leading writers on men and masculinity in the world today, has spent hundreds of hours in the company of America’s angry white men from white supremacists to men’s rights activists to young students in pursuit of an answer. Angry White Men presents a comprehensive diagnosis of their fears, anxieties, and rage.”
Author: Margot Lee Shetterly
Hidden Figures recounts the untold stories of the black women who helped put a man on the moon, formerly known as the West Computers of the NACA. Overcoming the double jeopardy of being both black and female, the black women of the NACA used their wits, tenacity, and determination to help change the history. Continue reading
Author: Stephen King
Jack Torrance is spiraling. His alcoholism and temper have cost him his job, his marriage, and almost his son. When a former friend secures him a job as the caretaker at the Overlook Hotel in Colorado for the winter, Jack thinks it’s just what his family and his nerves need. However, as the season falls deeper into the winter it becomes apparent that something is wrong with the hotel and very wrong with Jack. So wrong that not even Danny and special talents can save them.
Author: Ruth Wariner
Ruth Wariner recounts her coming of age as a member of a polygamist cult stationed in rural Mexico. The thirty-ninth of her father’s forty-two children, Ruth struggles with her dedication to her faith, her family, and herself.
Author: Lucio Cardoso
Genre: Literary Fiction
Chronicle of The Murdered House tells the tale of the Meneses’ family who’s reputation and honor are slowly destroyed by the marriage of the youngest son, Valdo and the dangerous and beautiful Nina.