'The Photographer’s Truth' by Ralph Josiah Bardley

Bardley allows the relationship between the two men to develop at a believable pace; as the narrative unfolds, we gradually learn more about the two men at the center of the story, and how they evolve over the course of the romance… read more

'Waycaller' by D.J. McPhee

Jack Gordon thinks he’s going mad. The same thing happened to his mother, who believed in magic (and elves and dragons and monsters). Jack is understandably ashamed of his mother’s madness, and of the terrible crime she committed years earlier, before disappearing from his life forever…. read more

‘Alaskan Bride’ by D Jordan Redhawk

As Alaskan Bride opens, we meet Clara Stapleton, a young Bostonian from a wealthy family. As a daughter of privilege, Clara has always felt the freedom to speak her own mind and has been able to move through her world never having to worry about saying or doing the wrong thing. As a teenager, her… read more