The Far Second of Eternity

by Keana Doyle

The Castaway Coven

by Augusta Owens

Amelia doesn’t understand her powers.

Let’s Move to Europe

by Michael Owens

There is nothing more American than saying f*ck this sh*t and crossing the Atlantic to give your children a better life. Luckily that door swings both ways, because life in North America has taken a turn for the worse over the last generation. Half memoir and half manual, this book tells the story of a single mom’s move from the suburbs of Washington, DC to the southern coast of Spain in plain language and easy to follow steps to help you recreate this journey for your own family.

The Legend of The Big Tow

by Michael Owens

From the universe of the Citadel

Before Sal was the proprietor of the best restaurant on G deck, he hauled billions of tons of equipment and supplies around the great big nothing. Here is the story of how The Big Tow went from space tug to neighborhood diner. Welcome to the world of the Citadel, an ore processing facility carved into an asteroid at the edge of the known universe.

This short story is a 15-minute read. Enjoy!

The Windless Sky

by Michael Owens

A farmgirl in space.

Fulfilling her mom’s dying wish, Maisy goes to live with her dad on the Citadel, a fancy name for an ore processing plant built into the side of an asteroid. There she discovers the terrible truth…

Space is boring.

No alien princesses, no cool cyborgs. Just a greedy corporation that controls everything from the food you eat to the air you breathe.

Welcome to the Citadel.

Just as Maisy starts to settle into station life, the coalition government decides policing the edges of space is just too hard, so they bail. Her dad and the rest of the marines on the Citadel now report directly to the Corporation. The safety inspectors are on the first ship back to Earth.

Those who complain start to disappear.

When their parents go missing and the station goes on lockdown, Maisy and the other “orphans” of the Citadel go on the run. The temperature in the lower levels of the station is rising and communications are blocked. Suddenly…

Life is a little too interesting.

The Golden Shoe

by Michael Owens

They are the Orphans of the Citadel.

Maisy and her friends have been expelled from the Citadel, a corporate-owned station at the edge of known space. Now they’re limping their way toward a newly discovered planet aboard the Golden Shoe, a “colony ship” that is nothing more than a badly damaged freighter held together with duct tape and good intentions.  

They aren’t alone.

When they encounter a derelict research vessel, it’s an opportunity to salvage some much-needed supplies. But Maisy soon discovers the ship isn’t as abandoned as it appears. 

Friend or Foe?

Nothing is quite as it appears, and their ragtag group once again finds themselves at a crossroads. The road ahead is rough. Can they face it together?

The Hummingbird Coven

by Augusta Owens

Amelia doesn’t want to be a witch.

Ever since her grandmother’s death, Amelia has noticed odd things happening around her. When her home is attacked by two strange girls, Amelia and her best friend, Sam, find themselves thrown into a new reality where witchcraft—and witches—are real.

Offered the opportunity of a lifetime, Amelia must decide between the familiarity of her old life and this new and exciting world filled with magic, unaware of a looming force threatening her and her friends from the shadows.


by Mika Horvath

Sharptooth runs through the forest under the light of the moon and spends each day hiding from the sun in the burnt ruins of her family home. One night she braves the cobblestone streets of the nearby town and stumbles upon a silver-haired girl in a walled garden.

Lyssa’s parents couldn’t stand to see her wither away, so they have left her with only a maid for company. She thinks her unusual new friend is just the thing to distract her in her final days…but Sharptooth has other plans.

When Lyssa’s parents return with a dangerous stranger, the girls will risk everything to seize control of their destinies and create a new future together.

For Sharptooth and Lyssa, this is just the beginning.

Blast from the Past

by Mary Jane Owen

Anne Welsh is a typical single mom . . . until she stumbles into a bank robbery and is outed as ex-CIA agent Trixie Bigotti.

After thirteen peaceful years in suburbia, Trixie finds herself on the run with her teenage daughter. Between dodging aging mobsters and bumbling assassins, she has to come clean about her identity with the people who matter most.

FBI Agent Jay Stowe was madly in love with Trixie before her suspicious death and has carried a torch for her all of these years. When the love of his life pops back up—with a daughter who has his eyes—Jay is ALL IN.

It’s time for this secret agent turned soccer mom to solve the mysteries of her past and protect her future from the dangers that surround her. Along the way she just may discover that she was never as alone as she thought she was.

Worlds Enough

by Michael Owens

Not your average pickup.

“No matter what my size or shape or chemical composition, I have the same rights and freedoms as any other citizen on the street.”

Xo is an emancipated android out for a drink. When a mysterious stranger sits down beside her, nothing will ever be the same. Ever again.

This short story is a 15-minute read. Enjoy!