An Inconvenient Presidency

“It’s almost too funny!” 

On January 20, 2001, Albert Arnold Gore, Jr. became the 43rd President of the United States for the second time... 

Newly elected President Al Gore is given a mysterious device that allows his mind to travel back in time and relive his presidency. He needs it, too! There is always some disaster forcing him to start over. Soon, the time-traveling President begins to suspect there’s more going on with this device than he first suspected. 

Read the hilarious story of the President that never was, and discover why history turned out different.

“I started reading and couldn't stop! What a clever story!”

Death of a Vice President

Madness, murder, and mystery permeates throughout this Edgar Allan Poe-inspired thriller!

It is early April 1853. Franklin Pierce, the newly elected President of the United States, has suffered the greatest personal tragedy of his life, plunging him into a depression fueled madness. The Vice President, William King, unexpectedly appears at the White House in the middle of the night having overheard details of an international assassination conspiracy that threatens both King and Pierce. Unfortunately, Vice President King is killed without any clue as to who could have done it. Can President Franklin Pierce overcome his personal demons and discover who killed the Vice President before they kill him too?

Franklin Pierce in Death of a Vice President is a thrilling psychological horror, starring the president from the 1850’s you forgot in 4th Grade. It’s an exciting read, and you don’t have to be familiar with Franklin Pierce at all to enjoy the story (in fact, it may be a better story if you go in knowing almost nothing). This is perfect for the American history-buff and “normal people” alike!

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It Came from the Lunchbox

Third grader Kamal Amir discovers a lunchbox that has been abandoned for thirty years.

And the contents are alive!

Having absorbed several decades worth of classes, the mysterious creature inside the lunchbox offers to help Kamal with his schoolwork, but is there more to the deal?

It Came from the Lunchbox is a humorous horror story that is great for children and adults alike! It pays homage to the great children's horror series like Goosebumps and Are You Afraid of the Dark? If you love to laugh, and have a good scare, this is the book for you!