David Oliver


The Great Hearts is a coming of age, dark fantasy that features cannibals, demonic monsters, epic sword fights, strange magics and a gigantic panther. If that sounds good to you, read on!

Calidan Darkheart is an Imperator. The voice of the Emperor in the wild. A secretive and dangerous job, hunting down those deemed a threat to the Emperor’s rule…whether monster or man. Twisted and bitter, he heads down a dark path to hunt a nightmare from his youth.
This is his story.


Elizabeth O’Neill


J.L. O’Rourke


J. L. O’Rourke is the pen-name of Jenner Lichtwark. Jenner writes contemporary murder mysteries, urban fantasy, stories for children and rambling freeform poems. After the Christchurch earthquakes she quit her regular job to establish Millwheel Press Ltd, publishing her own works and offering editing advice and assistance to other writers. When not writing, Jenner enjoys being in a theatre, either onstage as a singer or backstage where she has been everything from floor crew to stage-manager. She lives on a peaceful olive grove in North Canterbury.

Megan O’Russell


How I Magically Messed Up My Life in Four Freakin’ Days

All I wanted was a girlfriend. Now my mom is a cocoon, half of Manhattan wants me dead, and apparently I’m a wizard.

Magic sucks.

Laurel Ostiguy


Last Goodbye is the first book in the series. Some characters you will come to love and some you’ll want to hate as they enroll in the fictitious University, Onondaga State. The novel will make you question fate, the choices we make and ultimately how the death of a young man can throw the world of an unsuspecting freshman, Abigail Price upside down. All while falling in love herself and trying, albeit poorly, to fumble her way through the freshman experience. The second novel is a first person look at what happens to Bree, the snobby model who made a costly mistake her first night of college. The third novel is in process. Laurel Ostiguy was born in Queensbury, New York. She currently lives outside of Boston, Massachusetts. She works at a financial firm. She attended Plymouth State University and graduated in 1997 and then received her master’s degree from Northeastern University in 2003.

Clarke W. Owens


600 ppm, A Novel of Climate Change

It’s 2051. Sea level rise has flooded American coastal cities. The West is a waterless desert. Refugees migrate northward. Food and water are rationed amid endless war. When Jeff Claymarker’s friend is wrongly convicted of murder, the only clue to the truth comes from a stash of flash drives belonging to Jeff’s late uncle, a Washington climate scientist.