Book List in Order: 13 titles

  • Sally, the Sanguine Sorceress of the South, has been cast out of the Land of Oz, and found herself stranded in a mysterious Island. There, with lovelorn fanfiction character Darlene Dove, the Ghost of Hamlet's Father, and more, she teams up with Jaso...


  • It all started with Charles the assassin. If he hadn't tried and failed to murder Princess Catrina, she wouldn't have sought out his employer, Vladimir the Marauder. If she hadn't done that, she wouldn't have gotten killed and sent to Character Heave...


  • A friend named Jay is a book about a young male, who has become a vile product of his sordid surroundings. The once kind, caring, and loving Michael has finally succumbed to the drugs that surround his grotesque world, and is losing himself within. A...


  • Captain Happily Married, the heroic and dutifully wedded defender of Edison City, believes life is going well. Super Soccer Mom fights by his side, he wields incredible strength, flight, and the ability to hurl a unity candle with deadly accuracy, an...


  • Princess Catrina knows she's a story character, and she's learned to love it. Almost too much. She knows she's the heroine, which means she always wins and her arch-nemesis, Susan, always loses. Even when she gets killed, her author always finds a cr...


  • They have all dated him. They all want him back. Now they all have him - To share. One thing they all knew was that there was something or someone very important missing from their fledging music band. A band of criminals is a story of four girls tha...


  • Anthony, on his way from basketball practice with his team mates, is left alone as usual. Not that he minds, he loves his esoteric world. Not tonight, though.He hears sounds emanating from one of Brooklyn’s sordid alley’s, and with nothing better...


  • In a post post-apocalyptic world, a thousand years after the rebuilding of civilization, the empire of Vakia has overrun the small country of Laurelia. The Vakian army, led by the ruthless and egotistical general Jared Rath, believes that no one in L...


  • A literary twist on what really happened while Hemingway was in '30s Spain, developing the story of For Whom the Bell Tolls and solving a murder with John dos Passos When one of Fascist Spain's political officials is found dead on a hillside, his own...






  • It is 1956 and Hemingway has spent much of the year at his home in Key West, hiding from tourists and autograph hunters. But a friend's sudden death rouses Papa from his idyll. To say that the cause of death is suspicious is to put it lightly. It's n...




  • For many, Blue Velvet is David Lynch's masterpiece. It crystallises many of his chief preoccupations: the evil and violence underlying the surface of suburbia, the seedy by-ways of sexuality, the frightening appearance of the adult world to a child's...