How to Schedule a Death (2023)
Regina King has found a way to make her obsession with death profitable on her terms as a killer for hire. She keeps her career choice locked away from her husband and separate from their life.
Stewart Houston wants justice for his murdered sister. He knows who killer her and he wants that person to pay. He doesn’t want jail time in a cell with three meals a day, he wants revenge. He wants death.
Regina King is just the person to give him that.
Noises From the Other Side (2022)
Annie Lewis just wanted her Senior year to be normal but her parents had to go and get divorced. Now she’s spending her summer preparing herself for a new school in a new neighborhood where she doesn’t know anyone. Worse? The house that will now be known as “her mother’s house” is a duplex. Who knew they even made those anymore?
When noises begin coming from the other side of the duplex, Annie gets dragged into what could turn out to be the worst summer of her life. Now Annie must unlock the mystery behind the noises before her time runs out.
30 Days Without Wings (2018) and Special Edition with Bonus Content (2022)
Faeries are real.
Elise is a faerie who has experienced terrible heartache and just needs a change before she is forced to choose the path she will walk forever. She will risk everything for one chance at happiness.
But is the cost of the risk more than Elise bargained for?
Spark of Magic (2021)
There’s Magic in the World
At the Academy of Magic, anyone with a Spark can learn to harness their power. They’re trained to use Magical technology, teleport, and even prevent crimes from happening. The strongest Magic user in the world is known simply as The Magician. For the first time in history, two people are tied for the role.
Locked in constant competition, Angela and Tanya will battle for the job in the final week before the ceremony where only one will be chosen.
They’re true equals in Magic but only one knows a dangerous secret that could change the Academy of Magic forever.
No one types anything anymore. You simply think it, and it appears on the page. Sharing a memory with friends is as easy as recalling and sending it to a screen. The ubiquitous chip implanted in everyone’s wrist has made interaction with technology seamless and natural, almost making our tech an extension of ourselves.
What happens when it goes wrong?
Emma Johnson has enough problems. School, boys, and her firm-yet-aloof dad are enough to keep her on her toes. But everything falls apart when her most embarrassing thoughts and memories start to appear on any device she’s near.
Why is this happening? Who can Emma trust?