Ziggurat, The Age of Total Dominion

Individuals are tools of production and consumption, relentlessly looking for pleasure that never comes. Their same “self” vanishes while attempting to fill up the emptiness of their existences completely dehumanized and possessed by the totalitarian law of profit. Neither old nor new values will never appease their plight while the […] Read more »



Addiction on Trial

“Addiction on Trial” is a highly acclaimed crime thriller, based on medical and legal truths. This riveting murder mystery/legal thriller, by physician/author Steven Kassels, exposes readers to the real life of drug addiction. “Intelligent, descriptive and exciting, it’s the kind of fiction that stays with the reader long after the […] Read more »



Fine Black Lines: Reflections on Cancer, Fear and Loneliness

As Hjelmstad unfolds the compelling story of her breast cancer experience in page-turning suspense, she addresses many of the challenges that a diagnosis of breast cancer presents: body image, self-esteem, changing relationships, reordered priorities, compromised sexuality, fear of recurrence, and a new concept of mortality. Hailed by medical professionals and […] Read more »



Vardin Village

George Vardin and his friends are typical teenagers in a small, affluent town. They seek the same goals; to make the varsity team, date a pretty girl, hang with the guys, goof around ‘til college. But George can only pretend. He doesn’t have the money or the time to play […] Read more »



The Tegen Cave

From its gut-grabbing prologue to its explosive conclusion, Goss’s spine-tingling debut story gives new meaning to the phrase “a blood-curdling adventure.”—Foreword Clarion Review After running from her boyfriend’s powerful organized crime family, Sara Jones starts a new life in a new town. But when people around her start dying from […] Read more »



Sky1 – Foundation

Seven hundred years ago, a city walled itself off from the rest of the world. Decades after first containment, the city expanded upwards, becoming a world unto itself. The population of this city-world has boomed to over eighty million people, but the history of why the world was built and […] Read more »