Who is a man married to, when he is married to a woman? And what if they get divorced, but only one of them remembers? The Black King of Kalfour catalogues one man's quest for his woman across multiple dimensions.
In 2042, cognitive scientist and armchair philosopher Philip Russell joins The Pystead Group that is planning to live aboard huge ships, seasteading. He accepts their technical and political secrets as necessary to evade a dystopian era. When world politics lead to no right-of-return for any seasteader, suddenly he must meld heart and mind if he is to stay with his new fiancée and friends.
A MURDER COUNTRY by Brandon Daily. Set in Appalachia at the end of the 19th century, three men are forced to confront the violent world they live in and understand how each action they make has consequences they cannot fully realize.
Sword and Light. Impetuous Youth and skeptical Senescence. The meeting between a King of Kings, teenager still, and one of the most respected Thinkers of Antiquity. A multivalent philosophical parable, but at the same time a bizarre, stirring tale, published under a pen name by an atypical Author, who chose to remain incognito.
Feza is 13 but he leads an army of adult robbers. Seeing his potential, one of his victims returns to their hideout. Her mission is to reform him and bring him to a classroom where his intellect can be used to make the world a better place for everyone. But whether she succeeds does not entirely depend on her. It depends on what her husband thinks.
"Flingal's Funtropolis" is a magical theme park, full of popular rides, unwinnable games, and overpriced cafetria food, named for the friendly creature kid's love, Flingal. To celebrate their son's second birthday a young couple try to put everything aside and make it through the day.
Litany is a story of a woman who receives a call from a stranger that catapults her back to a painful past and toward a secret she must deal with before she can heal.
It's a story of childhood friendship, of addiction, and of making peace with the past.
Spanning eight decades, Mangoes for Monkeys tells the story of its protagonist Suchitra and her promise to the monkeys in her sylvan childhood home. From pre-independence India to the year 2000, Mangoes for Monkeys catalogues Suchitra's life journey as a woman, mother, wife, artist and photographer.