This month has been MANIC. Between Halloween horrors and Britney's memoir, the queer community has never had so many books to pick between. We've made your lives easier by putting our six top sellers of the month on sale. So, today only, you can take 20% off these blockbusters. Happy shopping!
by Kyle Zona
Joseph Bailey-recently fired after a student-scandal-moves to Baxtor Springs, hoping to publish a novel unlike his previous textbooks. After a massive explosion claimed hundreds of lives in Baxtor Springs, Joseph feels inspired to use the tragedy in his writing. But would it be malicious to write about the victims as an outsider?
In this queer thrilling cat-and-mouse novel, mystery, technology, and revenge are blended together to have you truly hanging onto the edge of your seat.
by K. C. Wells
Detective Gary Mitchell and psychic Dan Porter are now investigating cold cases that are literally falling from the sky--a headless body in 2006 and a carpenter who fell from a roof two years ago.
The first case leads them into Gary has a lot of balls in the air--his work, his new relationship with Dan, his personal quest to discover more about his brother's murder.... And the more he looks into these two cases, the more convoluted the path becomes.
Everyone is hiding something, and some people would do anything to make sure Gary and Dan don't uncover the truth.
by Britney Spears
In June 2021, the whole world was listening as Britney Spears spoke in open court. The impact of sharing her voice--her truth--was undeniable, and it changed the course of her life and the lives of countless others. The Woman in Me reveals for the first time her incredible journey--and the strength at the core of one of the greatest performers in pop music history.
Written with remarkable candor and humor, Spears's groundbreaking book illuminates the enduring power of music and love--and the importance of a woman telling her own story, on her own terms, at last.
by David Bowles
Meet Prince Acolmiztli. Puma of the Acolhua People. Heir to his father's throne. Half Acolhuan, half Mexica. Singer. Warrior. Poet. Sixteen years old.
And now, betrayed. A palace plot, placed by the deadly Tepaneca Empire, kills his mother and siblings, puts his father's army into retreat, and sends Prince Acolmiztli into a treacherous exile. Battling hunger, snow-swept mountains, and the machinations of the city-states all around him, Prince Acolmiztli vows revenge. It will take years, but he will return to seek justice. And he'll do it with a new name:
Nezahualcoyotl. Fasting Coyote. One of the most legendary figures in history.
by Talia Samuels
Margot Murray is a newly single businesswoman with no interest in a cutesy seasonal romance after her breakup with her long-term girlfriend. Ben Gibson is an unlucky-in-love sweetheart in need of a woman to bring home for the holidays. Together, they make a pact: Margot gets two blissful weeks away from London in a picture-perfect manor, and Ben gets a fake girlfriend for his holiday at home with his family.
Upon arriving to the manor, Margot meets Ben's sister, Ellie, who is suspicious of the supposed relationship right from the start. As Ellie and Margot grow closer, will Ben and Margot be able to keep the charade up, or will Margot and Ellie risk the chance at something real?
by Phil Stamper
The last few months have been pretty tough for Eli. He moved to New York City and left his small town in Minnesota with his extended family and everyone he knows. He hasn't made any new friends. And his mom died unexpectedly, shattering his whole world. He misses Mom more and more every day, but Dad refuses to talk about her, leaving Eli alone in his grief.
Then Eli finds a stash of instructional cooking videos his mom made, revealing her dream of being a celebrity chef. With the help of the cute new neighbor boy, Mathias, Eli decides to follow his mother's recipes using her videos. If he can recreate his mom's special dishes, then maybe a part of her can stay with him forever. But what happens when the videos run out?