This retro gamebook appeals to nostalgic ’80s kids, but your own kids might love it too.
The main character’s called Nihil. That tells you what you need to know.
A rabbi, a grumpy doctor and a young singing sensation walk into a book of morality tales. What would you do?
Even spiritual works couldn’t avoid getting political in 2016, as literal karma catches up with a former First Lady.
A dead lover comes back from the grave to provide the talky bits between the sex scenes.
How much darker could this supernatural detective case get? .
Ryan Starbloak explores his frustration with the state of mainstream music through the medium of the generic zombie survival story. With lyrics!
The modern short story is alive and well in Jacob M. Appel’s collection of artfully pruned micro-novels.
Austin L. Wiggins’ slim short story collection favours quality over quantity.
The first book in the Lippy Kids series would make a lot more sense as a YouTube video.
Shitij Sharma’s opus for human destiny isn’t afraid to stand apart.
The Deadraiser series’ body bag of familiar tropes will appeal to vintage horror fans.