New Release: Midnight Strikes

MIDNIGHT STRIKES
by Tom Reynolds

The prequel to Tom Reynolds’ hit Meta superhero novel series is finally here.

The world is still reeling from the devastation of the final battle between the world’s strongest metahumans. Empire City has been left in shambles as it struggles to rebuild. Overnight, the world’s metabands, mysterious bracelets that offer their owner’s superhuman powers and abilities, have all ceased working. Guilt-ridden over his possible hand in all of this, the masked vigilante Midnight has hung up his cowl.

Instead of fighting crime, he now spends his sleepless nights searching for clues to recover the device that might be responsible for all of it before it can fall into the wrong hands. Along the way he meets Amanda Khan, a teenage girl with a metahuman history in search of her missing friend. Both find the clues to what they’re both searching for lead them to The Receptive, a secretive cult which offers a path to meta humanity to its most loyal followers and may just hold the answers to the missing device.

Don’t forget to check out the other books in the Meta series, including Meta, The Second Wave and Rise of The Circle.

The Meta Superhero Novel Series
Book 1: Meta
Book 2: The Second Wave
Book 3: Rise of the Circle

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New Release: Dead Man’s Stitch

DEAD MAN’S STITCH
by Meg Collett

I walk the halls of Fear University on the first day of spring semester, and I dare to hope the greatest hope of all:

We will be okay.

Dean and Dr. Milhousse have vanished. I control the aswangs in my father’s pack, which means more than just tall fences and fearmongering protect the university. I have everything under control—even if my closest friends doubt my newfound hope.

Everything will be fine, I think, until she shows up. Marley Summers speaks of fate and eternity, destiny and the moments that define us. She speaks of my mother like they were best friends, and I hate her for that.

Marley says Fear University is changing and that the current is sweeping us all straight toward our fates. She foretells a great and horrible fight is coming to the university, and no matter how hard I try, I can’t alter it. Because in the end, we will come face to face with our scariest monster yet:

Ourselves.

For in this world, fear is our greatest motivator—and our greatest ally.

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