The GOLDEN DICE (A Tale of Ancient Rome) by Elisabeth Storrs — passion, betrayal, & victories

Delivers engaging, believable characters infused with compassion, intelligence and unrelenting strength with a level of historical detail, both fact and fictional, that transport the reader to all of the glory and turmoil of ancient Rome.

TOURIST TRAPPED by K. J. Klemme — a madcap international mystery

Madcap, fast-paced international mystery that pits multi-layered villainy against inexperienced, but spirited, sleuthing with a back-beat of newly minted love.

August Contest Spotlight: It’s going to be a hot summer with our Chatelaine Awards for romantic fiction!

The Chatelaine Awards discovers the best books in romantic fiction and women's fiction. The deadline for 2016 is quickly approaching.

July Contest Spotlight: The Laramie Awards Prove Writers are People with Guts and a Pen

There is an old frontier saying "A cowboy is a man with guts and a horse" and we are pretty sure that "A writer is someone with guts and a pen."

ICED TEE by Cherie O’Boyle, second installment of the Estela Nogales Mystery Series

Estela is an amateur sleuth and psychologist by trade. At times self-deprecating, yet charming with a wry sense of humor, Estela really drives the story forward.

LEGACY by Jesikah Sundin, Book One of the Biodome Chronicles

A captivating YA hybrid of sci-fi and medieval fantasy, mystery, and romance, "Legacy" will entice readers into its unfolding storyworld.

THE BLEAK: a Sam Dyke Investigations, Book 4 by Keith Dixon

Sam Dyke is the name of the private investigator who can take as well as give who is at the center of this tale about apparent suicide and hidden truth in this hard-boiled detective story.

AN OUTCAST STATE by Scott D. Smith, a YA dystopian novel

Filled with twists and turns that grab readers and hold them, this is a riveting take on the zombie apocalypse genre. An engaging and action-packed novel told in the first person with complex characters who are determined to survive in a dystopian world.

LEARNING TO WALTZ by Kerryn Reid, a stunning and refreshing novel in the Regency genre

This well-researched and beautifully written Regency romance will appeal to anyone who has ever loved and (almost) lost.

One Author’s Creative Approach to Book Signings

"Who says you can only have book signings in bookstores?" - Janet Shawgo, Chatelaine Grand Prize Award Winning Author