HEROES Print Books Have Shipped from the Printer!
We just heard from our printer late this week that the print copies of HEROES! have shipped to us. They should be arriving at our distribution center next week, and we'll begin shipping them out immediately.
Our Current Project - YA Fiction from Silence in the Library
In case you haven't heard yet, we have a project running on Kickstarter right now for a collection of four YA fantasy and science fiction novels, including War of the Seasons, Book 4: The Heart by Janine K. Spendlove, the final book in her best-selling War of the Seasons series, Suspected, by Rori Shay, the sequel to her best-selling novel Elected, The Siren's Realm, the sequel to Megan O'Russell's The Tethering, and Vision of Serpents, sequel to Vincent Morrone's Vision of Shadows. If you haven't read the earlier books in any of those series, not to worry! They're available through the Kickstarter, as well.
These four Young Adult novels are from a variety of genres: urban fantasy, apocalyptic science fiction, paranormal romance, and epic fantasy. With so many excellent choices, you're sure to find something you'll love. So, come join us once again on another exciting adventure! With only 10 days left, now's the time to jump on board!
You can get to the page by clicking on the image or title above or on this link.
Another Great Project
Forgotten Colors are wonderfully illustrated stories about freedom, imagination, empathy, courage, small pleasures, love and many other things that shape our daily life. Take a look at the page, and you'll see that this is going to be a beautiful journey into imagination certain to delight and inspire creativity in people of all ages.
This art book, with more than 70 illustrations across 108 pages measures 8,5x8,5 inches and is printed in high quality paper and vegetable oil-based inks. It's available in hardcover and paperback, and in English and Spanish.
Please go take a look at this project by clicking on the image above or this link.
Thanks so much for your time and consideration!
Ron Garner, Silence in the Library