Editorial Staff

Editorial Staff

An Invisible Thread by Laura Schroff and Alex Tresniowski

An Invisible Thread by Laura Schroff and Alex Tresniowski

When Laura Schroff first met Maurice on a New York City street corner, she had no idea that she was standing on the brink of an incredible and unlikely friendship that would inevitably change both their lives. As one lunch at McDonald’s with Maurice turns into two, then into a weekly occurrence that is fast growing into an inexplicable connection, Laura learns heart-wrenching details about Maurice’s horrific childhood.

Beginnings

Beginnings

Beginnings by Rochelle Jewel Shapiro November 2011 "The beginning really is the most important part of your writing." —Shapiro The beginning really is the most important part of your writing. If the reader doesn’t like the beginning, you’ll...

The Shattered Vine by Laura Anne Gilman

Jerzy, Mahault, Ao, and Käinam return to The Berengia in their ship after battling the Washers and Ximen. Ao needs more assistance than Jerzy can give on shipboard and Jerzy needs to return to the vineyard. There Jerzy is stronger and he will confront Ximen on his own turf.

Dear Me by Joseph Galliano

Dear Me by Joseph Galliano

These nuggets of wisdom are offered by an Academy Award–nominated actor (James Woods), a popular comedian (Aasif Mandvi), and a world-famous novelist (Jodi Picoult) to their sixteen-year-old selves. No matter how accomplished and confident they seem today, at sixteen, they were like the rest of us—often unsure, frequently confused, and usually in need of a little reassurance.

The Infernals by John Connolly

The Infernals by John Connolly

From New York Times bestselling author John Connolly, a wonderfully strange and brilliant novel about a boy, his dog, and their struggle to escape the wrath of demons. Young Samuel Johnson is in trouble. Not only is his eyesight so poor that he mistakenly asks out a letter box on a date, but an angry demon is seeking revenge for Samuel’s part in foiling the invasion of Earth by the forces of evil.

The Burning Soul by John Connolly

The Burning Soul by John Connolly

To simply say that Connolly is an Irish author who writes thrillers is like saying Mozart was simply some ‘dude’ who composed music. Private detective Charlie Parker has become a beloved character in the world of crime – not to mention the paranormal, and supernatural – clique of readers. A former police officer, Charlie is a private detective who is always on the hunt to find the killer of his wife and daughter, and these ‘hunts,’ in each and every novel, wrap around another completely different crime that he must investigate.

Sunrise of Avalon by Anna Elliott

Sunrise of Avalon by Anna Elliott

When an author saves the best for last, her fans are not only exceedingly happy, but they also experience some deep-seeded disappointment that this is the very last book about what has become their favorite story. This is what Anna Elliott has accomplished. Being the final book of the Twilight of Avalon trilogy, Sunrise offers a wealth of adventure, action, deception, and one of the most beautiful romances in history – the love of Trystan and Isolde.

The Dog Who Knew Too Much by Spencer Quinn

The Dog Who Knew Too Much by Spencer Quinn

This is the fourth book in the seriously addictive series, A Chet and Bernie Mystery. These fascinating stories focus on Chet and his constant companion, Private Detective Bernie Little. As you might imagine, Bernie and Chet are hired as a team to solve crimes, yet the beloved dog, Chet, is the true leader of this daring duo.