New Releases

We’ve released a couple of books in the past couple of weeks and we’re excited about them!

Musings from YesteryearMusings from Yesteryear is a short story anthology by Sheenah Freitas. It’s currently available exclusively on Amazon.

The stories in this anthology were written during my teenage years. A lot of the work is “experimental” as I was trying to figure out what works and what doesn’t in terms of transitions and literary devices. I don’t think this collection would’ve been possible if it weren’t for my father and my creative writing teacher. The latter taught me that brevity can be better and just as enjoyable as a novel. The former taught me to believe in myself and essentially to “just keep swimming”.

The FoundersThe Founders by Holly Barbo is the first book of the Sage Seed Chronicles. It’s currently available to order through our website and Amazon in both ebook and paperback. We are currently working on the second book of the Sage Seed Chronicles which is slated for a July/August release.

Recruited by an ancient race, a group of people from Earth colonize the lovely planet Ose in a far corner of the galaxy. Thirty-two years after the Founders settle the unanticipated happens. A small asteroid hits on the edge of the continent instantly throwing them into a “nuclear winter” weather pattern. Struggling to survive, the young culture slips ever nearer to a survival of the fittest world.

In this climate of hardship, Marisily comes of age. She flees for her life after watching her mother die. Unexpectedly, she discovers the cave in which she seeks refuge was a hidden Ancient’s shelter and the secrets within it reveal that she is a sage: a small group of seemingly unrelated people with heightened extra senses that are strangely linked to the planet itself.

The conditions reach dangerous levels as more citizens become victims of the outlaw bands. Marisily struggles to stay safe when she is targeted for slavery. A clandestine plan is devised to take back the society and reestablish the founding culture. Can they do it in time?

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