Cover Reveal: Sloth the Lazy Dragon by Regan W.H. Macaulay and Alex Zgud

Our final release of 2021 is coming up next month. Sloth the Lazy Dragon is a children's picture book written by Regan W.H. Macaulay and illustrated by Alex Zgud, a pair you may remember from Beverlee Beaz the Brown Burmese. This illustrated adventure story which focuses on the value of a healthy lifestyle with plenty... Continue Reading →

It’s Launch Day! The Last Timekeepers and the Noble Slave by Sharon Ledwith is here!

About the Book: Eleven-year-old Drake Bailey is an analytical thinker and the genius of the Timekeeper crew. However, no logic or mathematical acumen can change the color of his skin, or prepare him for this third Timekeeper mission in antebellum Georgia. To survive, Drake must learn to play the role of a plantation slave and... Continue Reading →

M|W’s Mid-Summer Update

Hello Readers!  It’s mid-summer and as usual we’re in the thick of things. As you may have seen, we’ve just revealed the cover for our next children’s picture book Tabitha Won’t Sleep by David McLain and Felix Eddy which is now available for pre-order from Mirror World, Amazon, and elsewhere.   Tabitha Won’t Sleep is a... Continue Reading →

Cover Reveal: Tabitha Won’t Sleep

It's that special time again! We're revealing the cover of our next release. Tabitha Won't Sleep is a children's picture book by the author/artist duo David McLain (Time Traveller's Resort and Museum) and Felix Eddy (A Bestiary Alphabet) intended for young readers and parents of future young readers, especially those who find bedtime a challenge... Continue Reading →

Far, Far Away Anthology Bonus story: Fatestorm

Over the past weeks, we’ve introduced the authors whose short stories and novellas won a place in our Far, Far Away Anthology which launches June 17th, 2021. We’ve introduced L.R. Braden, Shana Scott, Barend Nieuwstraten III, Brittni Brinn, Kelly D. Holmes, and Buddy Young. But there’s still one story in the anthology we haven’t talked... Continue Reading →

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