Genre: Other Anthology

Laughs & Spooks by James D. Beers

Laughs & Spooks by James D. Beers

James and his band of less-than-lucky friends and family are at it again! Laughs & Spooks, Volume 1 begins with Robby’s unique attempt at cooling off using toothpaste and continues with a slew of harebrained, unfortunate, and spooky adventures ranging from an honest-to-goodness ghost story about a grandma specter to the author’s electrifying efforts to heat a turtle pool. Verl recounts the horrifying yet humorous […]

October 2, 2018 / 0 Comments
Mothers, Daughters, Sisters, Wives by Karen Rosenbaum

Mothers, Daughters, Sisters, Wives by Karen Rosenbaum

The female protagonists of these fourteen short stories are daughters of devout Mormon women. Some choose to leave the family faith; some choose to stay. All hum the hymns of their forebears. They are women of the American West, but some have also journeyed a bit beyond those borders. One swims in a tributary of the Colorado; another dips her elbow into the Ganges. Each […]

December 1, 2015 / 0 Comments
True Heroes Anthology

True Heroes Anthology

Note: The cover image has been adjusted to fit the specifications of my website. Twenty-one imaginative authors were paired up with twenty-one extraordinary kids. What makes these kids so special? They all have two things in common: They all have very big hopes and dreams, and they all have battled cancer. Photographer Jonathan Diaz asked each of these remarkable children, “If you could be anything, […]

September 9, 2015 / 0 Comments
Dark Watch and Other Mormon-American Stories by William Morris

Dark Watch and Other Mormon-American Stories by William Morris

In Dark Watch and other Mormon-American Stories, William Morris explores how Latter-day Saints navigate the challenges of living in the modern U.S. and participating in the modern Church. Includes stories such as: The Elder Who Wouldn’t Stop Lost Icons The ReActivator and more Spanning from the early 1980s to the present and into the next century, these 16 stories portray moments that are uniquely, thoroughly […]

May 25, 2015 / 0 Comments
Science Fictioned by Lee Falin

Science Fictioned by Lee Falin

What do goblins, zombie viruses, inept magicians, and alien-invasion survivors have in common? They all make wonderful story elements for teaching about real science. Science Fictioned takes ideas from cutting-edge, scientific research papers and turns them into science fiction and fantasy stories. Learning science has never been this fun. For Middle Grade Readers.  

February 16, 2015 / 0 Comments