At Mystic Publishers Inc. our goal is to return to the golden age of publishing while maintaining the standard of Show Don’t Tell, with all our authors, new and established. We pledge to give our readers stories that will draw them in and entertain.
In the realm of publishing, our goal is to take the time to read some or all of every submission that crosses our desks. What are we seeking? We want to review manuscripts of all genres. Bear in mind that we are looking for novels written up to today’s standards, written in active voice with a clear, fixed point of view, minimal use of adverbs in exposition, and minimal passive voice.
If your submission falls short of our standards, we will supply you with a short evaluation as to why we rejected your work. After fixing any major problems, we will accept your re-submission, along with a letter of explanation on the changes made.
Errynn is heartbroken but there is no time to mourn, Dhoran and his evil forces are growing stronger. Desperate to stop him, Eerynn races back to her home planet of Korin in search of a legendary artifact that might stop Dhoran once and for all.
Their stuffed prison should have
been an eternal one…
Trapped inside burlap dolls adorning a grave, Jessica and Claire’s souls outsmart their captor by taking over the body of a sixteen-year-old girl—but their troubles are far from over. They must repeat high school, giving them a whole new perspective on the punishment they received for their previous misdeeds. The count of bodies without souls
The goddess Freya has tricked the Wicken community into snatching
children from the surrounding countryside. Can Cameron,
George and his team of misfits find the stolen children in time? Can
they stop Freya from preforming a ritual that will increase her power
and unleash Hell on earth?
When three year old Irelyn disappears her family is frantic. But her sudden reappearance is no less dramatic, as she relates a story of fairies taking her to a distant land. Upon the death of the Grand Dad Irish she must come to grips this her childhood memories. Did she really travel to Ireland in the 1600s? And if she did what dose it mean?
Drugged and kidnapped, Kalen awakens and finds himself in the Barrera Wilds, trapped in the cargo bay of a crashed flyer. He escape, two steps ahead of a pack of Silvan Wolves. While fleeing he runs headlong people his father suspected of contaminating the Arrisian waterways. Can he overcome his grief over Mayla's loss and warn his friends of the plot?
Setting out to prove his innocence, Kalen MacKenna finds, enemies at every turn, and secrets from his father's past can get him killed. Out of friends and on the run, can one man survive the onslaught of an unseen force bent on his death?