SANCTUARY, Book 2 in the Guardians of the Time Stream series, from Desert Breeze Publishing.
Ess Fremont and the Blue Lotus Society know the Originators have been infiltrated by Revisionists. The treachery has reached even to their headquarters, Sanctuary, an underground complex near San Francisco.
Problem: The Society can't contact Sanctuary, or risk putting power into the
Solution: Ask her family lawyers to "turn her in," and on the train ride cross-country, begin her education.
The journey launches revelations that threaten everything Ess knows as truth. As she uncovers schemes within lies within treachery, the fulfillment of her family's destiny rests heavy on her shoulders.
Who can she trust when her own grandparents blocked her memories, and the means of saving -- or destroying -- them all are hidden in the vaults of her mind?
The 3rd Crossover Alliance anthology: SUPERHEROES
Some pursue heroism, others are thrust into it.
Superheroes. They live among us, some hidden in plain sight, others as well-known celebrities. All carry a burden and a purpose: to destroy the evils of this world and keep the common man safe from harm.
But evil is a strong thread that refuses to be cut. How much sacrifice will be demanded to destroy that which seeks to destroy us, and are there enough heroes to do the job?
Experience a collection of short stories brimming with the struggles of heroism and the dark side of villainy, where
The Bald Man by Timothy G. Huguenin
The Last Call by Kristin L. Norman
sinEater by D.A. Williams
Hierro by Jen Finelli
Living Proof by Michelle Levigne
Airfoil: Hotspots by Steve Rzasa
Someone Is Aiming For You by JD Cowan
Without Blemish: A Philosophy of Preaching by Nathan James Norman
The Trojan Initiative by Clayton Webb
Fly Like A Bird by Rosemary E. Johnson
Chronostream’s Father by Adam David Collings
BUT YOU KNOW WHAT?
I have ANOTHER title coming out next week.
GROWING UP NEIGHBORLEE, coming from Uncial Press.
Another Neighborlee, Ohio adventure, told through the eyes of Lanie Zephyr, someone you've met before in other stories. From the day she's found abandoned by the side of the road as a toddler, Lanie tells how she learned to be a semi-pseudo-superhero and one of the guardians of the wonderful, magical weirdness that is Neighborlee.