Magic Hoodie is not only Bisby's hooded sweatshirt. He is also her best friend, superhero sidekick, and safety net. Without Magic Hoodie, how can Bisby fight off under-bed monsters? And, when Bisby... More > begins growing up, will she outgrow Magic Hoodie? Bisby and Magic Hoodie is a story mixed with nature, monsters, and magic that appropriately addresses topics such as: friendship, security, attachment, growing up, coping skills, independence, and loss/death. This book also makes use of figurative language such as alliterations, personifications, and onomatopoeias.< Less
A local gang leader from modern day Liverpool is transported back to the 1911 census year where local mobs 'The High Rip Gang' and 'The Corner Men' rule the roost. The Hoodie learns some valuable... More > lessons.< Less
A small poetry book by long time college student Gina Devlin.
From the book:
female poet failure
in suburban metro Detroit
writes good lines
about distractions and... More > misadventures
from the life of a would be college dropout< Less
Local geek Joe has created a way to "virtually" send people back through their own family tree.
Its inner city Liverpool 2011 and local gang leader Tommo (Joe's former tormentor) finds... More > himself the guinea pig and is transported back to urban Liverpool 100 years ago. Now he can see how tough life really can be when the boot is placed firmly on the other foot!
Its census year 1911 and Tommo learns a valuable lesson about family loyalty and true friendship in his now scary and dark world. Here the "scum" don't need to hide beneath their hoods to look tough; no here they are striving just to survive and will resort to desperate measures to achieve this.
Local mobs the High Rip Gang and the Cornermen rule the roost in the city and can unleash real terror for anyone crossing their path. So now Tommo and Joe must finally put their grievances aside and work together to avoid the gangs wrath and in doing so ultimately protect the very existence of a whole family tree.< Less
Liz is a cartoonist that lives in an old factory-turned-apartment complex. Her neighbors include a robotics expert and his “pet project,”
an out of touch mystic, a self-proclaimed... More > pirate, a chain-smoking feline, and the world’s worst ninja. Weirdness inevitably follows.
Nuclear Hoodie is the first collected print volume from the webcomic Broken Plot Device.< Less
John Strickland has been fascinated by restraints, bike gear and straitjackets for many years.
With first hand experience of all these (plus lots more), his stories offer a level of detail rarely... More > seen. Coupled with one of the best imaginations around, his stories take the reader on a unique journey.
Keagan goes Shopping is another installment in the tale of Zac and Stefan and their love of straitjackets.
In this latest story, Keagan turns up at the cabin and ends up in a straitjacket. Will his taped agreement to remain in the jacket until he either escapes or is let free by someone other than Zac or Stefan work out for him?
When Zac and Stefan decide to take him out one day things take a twist. Read the full story and find out what waits in store for the three of them.< Less