Coming in 2024
Meet Fresno Bakersfield Ingersoll, 10-year-old hero of River of Light:
“Who would name her baby girl Fresno Bakersfield? My mother, that’s who. She's a nomad who believes in karma, not grocery shopping. And I can hear babies before they’re born. Nothing normal about that but all I want is normal. So I’m going to change my name and live with my grandmother. And ignore those babies. Unless I can't."
In Squirrels-Fall-From-Trees, five orphaned puppies fight to survive in the wilds of suburban San Francisco.
Other books on the way:
In Becoming Felicity, a woman is aided by the power of fiction to discover the inner strength she needs to save her dying mountain town.
In Between Countries, seven disparate people in 1960s India fight to build or stop the Indian atomic bomb.
In Green Dot, the Red Dot gang fight for love, art and the personhood of AIs while dressing fabulously.
In Mango Summer, a 21-year-old gay guy gets stranded in Taiwan in 1981 with no passport and no money during martial law.
The House on Ashbury Street
Does shedding light on the darkest corners of the people we love bring us closer to them? Or are the secrets we keep sometimes the only thing saving us?
When Nikki, a Brooklyn child therapist, is triggered by a young client’s case, she realizes something traumatic happened in her childhood at a Haight Ashbury commune in the seventies. But she can’t remember it.
Across the country in Death Valley, Deb, one of Nikki’s housemates from the San Francisco collective, is on a quest for justice for her brother, a Vietnam Vet, who died at the house three decades earlier. As both women begin to seek the truth about their shared past, their paths cross once again. Together, the two friends search for answers about the devastating events at the house on Ashbury Street.
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