The Crimson Inkwell by Kenneth A. Baldwin
Magic exists where we cannot see.
It lives in unexplained phenomena, in attraction to strangers,
In a pen and crimson inkwell, from a trunk, in a tent, at a far, in the fog.
The Price of Freedom by Kenneth A. Baldwin
Gerar’s task is simple: put aside his own feelings on politics and organize an annual, world summit honoring five evil demigods. How far can one man kneel before breaking?
A Picture’s Worth by Quinn Rawling
When Libby King, social media star, sets out for a technology detox, her resolve, physical fitness, and character will be pushed to her limits.
Observation by Quinn Rawling
Erin Butler, fresh out of college, has just landed her first job as a high school teacher. She’s nervous, and she’s prepared for every contingency: room design, classroom management, lesson plans–everything, that is, except for the attention of her male co-workers.
Italian Food Preservation by Luca Cristello
Italian Food Preservation is the perfect guide for people just starting out in food preservation, or for those more experienced with canning or jarring their own. You’ll recognize classic recipes, like Maraschino Cherries or pickled Giardiniera, and discover new favorites, like artichokes sott’olio.
Call It Kismet
A nice sunny vacation is great for forgetting your troubles, messing up an engagement, and stirring up old youthful flings that you never fully recovered from.
No Place Like It
When a small-town girl turned big-town reporter gets an assignment to cover her home’s quaint festival, she’s forced to confront shadows from her past– some of which look great in blue jeans.