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Diego and friends navigate the booming tech culture of post-millennium San Francisco as they build the ultimate life hack app that will change the world forever. As they establish their startup, real life bites back,...
A sixth grader gets a magic pen that makes everything he draws become real. Before he knows the pen is magical, he draws himself and his friends as superheroes.
"All God’s Children" centers on a custody battle over a child in the gay-bashing, funeral-picketing Westboro Baptist church.
THE MONEY is about Henry Krakow, loving husband, devoted dad, and lawyer for the down-and-out. Henry tries to help a single father keep his two kids, but Henry's good deed takes a wrong turn, and...
"The Mass of Men" explores the conflicts and bonds that arise among a group of fire academy cadets and the struggles they must overcome as they move through their training.
"Dawncaller" begins with a group of young dwarves clambering up the same steep mountain the heroine Kirsten must later conquer on her way towards the novel’s culminating moments.
In another era, an aspiring writer might dream of one day having a book published by one of the Big Six Publishers: Random House, Penguin, Harper Collins, Simon & Schuster, Hachette Book Group, or Macmillan.
With a growing reputation as an investigator, Dr. Nolan is recruited by the CDC to review their failed search for the source of a deadly Legionnaires’ outbreak in southern California.