Category Archives: Fantasy

Welcome, Armineh Helen Ohanian!



Looking for Georges Bizet on Planet Heaven




What if, after death, we find ourselves on a planet that is the exact replica of Earth? Let’s call it Planet Heaven. On this planet, there would be the same continents and countries as on our own planet. Up there, we would move at the speed of light and come across all the people that we knew here on Earth. Yes, it’s a place of goodness, but even there, evil lurks in dark corners. That’s where Martha finds herself after attending her own funeral.

On Planet Heaven, accompanied by her uncle and her childhood pet, a witty German shepherd, she sets out to find Georges Bizet, the nineteenth-century French composer who died young after his opera Carmen was mercilessly trashed by critics on its opening night. Martha wants to bring Bizet news of his great fame after his death and let him know how Carmen has become one of the most popular operas on earth. Little does Martha know that she is about to dive headfirst into the mysterious and risky adventure.


About The Author




An American Armenian born in Iran, Armineh Helen Ohanian was published author already at age fifteen.

Armineh is the author of three novels and a Children storybook series called the Talking Animals.

Her “The Apple Tree Blossoms in the Fall” is a highly acclaimed creative memoir.  This book earned honorable mention in the category of biography and autobiography at the 2014 LA Book Festival.  In 2012 Armineh was invited to Oxford University in the United Kingdom to hold a book signing and talk about her memoir during the university’s International Women’s Day celebrations.

Armineh has lived in Europe and the United States since 1962. Presently she lives in Westhampton, New York, with her husband and three cats. She is passionate about writing, reading, playing tennis, and driving sports cars.

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Welcome, Andy Lewter!




(A Valens Series Book 2)




After her experience during spring break, Abigail Everett battles to fill the role she inherited as the leader of Valens – people that possess unparalleled strength and dangerous mind powers.
Being forced to choose between what her heart wants and what is right, contending with captivating peer pressures, and nearing the brink of war, she must prove herself worthy. Not only to those who follow her legacy, but to herself.
Will she be able to stop this war before it begins?



About The Author



Andy Lewter is a stay home mom with three beautiful children. Between homework, playing, cooking, and cleaning, she writes on the side. Most of her inspiration comes from life experiences that have helped her grow. She also gets inspiration from the crazy vivid dreams that occur on the nightly, and from the amazing people that have touched her life.


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Welcome, J.D. Brown!



~Dark Heirloom~

(An Ema Marx Novel Book – 1)


She wasn’t bitten. She’s not undead. So how did Ema Marx become a vampire?



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“You’re a vampire” is so not what Ema Marx wants to hear when she wakes from a two-day coma in a cryptic yet exquisite castle in northern Finland. Unfortunately, it explains a lot. Like why she’s able to see in the dark and walk through solid objects. What she doesn’t understand is why the other vampires expect her to have all the answers. It’s their fault she turned into one of them, right?
    Jalmari’s hatred for his old-man intensifies when he’s ordered to bring that troublesome girl to their castle. He has a clan to run, there’s no time for babysitting newborn vampires no matter how they were converted to their culture. But when a two-thousand-year-old premonition threatens to take the crown and his life, Jalmari sees no other choice than to take out the catalyst. Ema Marx. Fortunately for Ema, she could also be the clan’s only savior.
    The race to figure out her vampiric origins is on. And maybe she’ll get the hang of the blood-drinking gig along the way…



~About The Author~



J.D. Brown knows that vampires exist because she’s dating one and no, he doesn’t sparkle. A magnet for subcultures and weirdness, J.D. was that socially awkward girl with more fictional friends than real ones. As a child battling a hearing loss and Muckle-Wells Syndrome, J.D. found comfort in books where strong women always saved the day and got the guy. An obsession with Charmed, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer led J.D. to believe that her mutated chromosome made her something more, not something less. Thus her stubborn flare to persevere was born. A lover of fine cuisine, coffee, and shoes, J.D. never understood why shoe stores don’t serve Starbucks and soufflé. She resides in Wisconsin where she writes urban fantasy—aka vampires for adults—and has political debates with her dogs. She loves to hear from fans and is active on Facebook.   You can also find more of her Ema Marx novels on Goodreads .  Give them a look!