The Elect Universe
Underdogs, outcasts, and accidental heroes face the supernatural in these super-powered, sci-fi and fantasy worlds packed with action, adventure, and a dash of slow burn romance.
The 12:01 Trilogy
For fans of Marvel's Runaways, DC's Teen Titans, & Alexandria Bracken's The Darkest Minds.
Cousins of different shades and circumstances, Savannah and Angela find themselves on opposing sides of a supernatural war between Errants and Immortals, a war that could consume the whole known world if they don't band together to stop it.
montrez reads list 2020
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Magdalene Asante is the author and CEO of Talking Drum Publishing LLC. When she isn’t writing, she provides quality writing services including publishing packages, consultation, and book formatting.
For all my Wakanda lovers out there, you don’t want to miss the world Asante has created in her book The Divide Series: War.
Autumn Lindsey is the author of Remaining Aileen, women’s fiction with a bite, and founder of the thriving community - Writer Moms Inc.
C.C. Solomon is the author of The Paranormal World Series, post-apocalyptic urban fantasy novels with a diverse, multicultural cast and lots of action. She also pens the blog Free 2 Live which covers travel, beauty, books and more.
K.R.S McEntire is the author of the YA dystopian, post-apocalyptic The Eden Saga and the upcoming novella Alice and the Voodoo Queen. When she isn’t writing she recommends new reads on her Facebook page Diverse Fantasy and Sci-Finds.
A.N. Willis writes gothic mysteries, supernatural suspense and sci-fi. She is the author of The Corridor Duology, The Byrne House Duology, and the upcoming ghostly, historical standalone How Much It May Storm, launching October 16, 2020.