Check out our books and series below!
Tales of monstrosity
The Crossing Genres Anthology Collection #2
“Dive into the world of the unknown and explore the monsters lurking in the shadows with Tales of Monstrosity: Monsters, Myths, and Miscreants. This anthology features a diverse group of award-winning veteran and emerging authors challenged to break away from the usual vampire and werewolf tales and bring to light lesser known myths and legends. From gnomes to gorgons, gargoyles to El Cucuy, these stories run the gamut of genres, from urban fantasy to horror and beyond. As a bonus, enjoy the behind-the-scenes peek at the creative process through personal author articles. Don’t miss this monstrously fun collection of unique and twisted tales.”
Made possible by our awesome backers for the Tales of Monstrosity Kickstarter!
Dragons of a different Tale
The Crossing Genres Anthology Collection #1
“Eighteen award-winning, veteran, and emerging authors bring you seventeen unique dragon tales that defy tradition. Winged serpents as large as continents, as well as those tiny enough to perch on the fingertip of a young girl. Dragons who inhabit the Wild West, Victorian London, Brooklyn, and a post-apocalyptic Earth. Scaly beasts who fight in the boxing ring, celebrate Christmas, and conquer the vast void of outer space. There are rockstars who meddle with dragon magic, clever and conniving shapeshifters, and powerfully exotic hybrids. Science fiction, urban fantasy, mystery, western, epic fantasy, YA fantasy…no matter the setting or the genre—here be dragons!”
The Obsidian Archives
“Code name: Grey Wolf. I work for Obsidian, which has secretly protected Earth from Otherwordly threats for thousands of years. I’m great at what I do, but I’ve always worked alone…until now. An unprecedented and unimaginable danger threatens all human life on the planet, so I’ll need to lead a team of what the Council considers “monsters and magical malcontents.” It’s risky, and I don’t know if I can trust them, but if we’re to succeed, they’ll need to become heroes…or die trying.”