In the literary psychological thriller Click, we meet Ronnie, a woman who is struggling with psychosis following the death of her husband and two children in a car accident. Through rumination and hallucination, the novel takes us on a commingled journey through Ronnie’s past and present, a life filled with self-injury and hypersexuality, and her struggle to sort out fantasy from reality. When a new boyfriend, George, enters the scene, the reader wonders if George can save Ronnie, but there is also a handgun, and soon, we fear for everyone’s life.
Up the Hill by James Calvin Schaap is inspirational literary fiction, a series of interconnected short stories about how the dead handle being spirits in a world that continues on without them, but also with them. Narrated by the town's former newspaper editor, a spirit whose home is now the local cemetery, Up the Hill witnesses how the dearly departed deal with their pasts and with the present in scenes that result in forgiveness, redemption, and divine intervention. In Up the Hill, death is only a threshold to understanding, not only for the deceased, but for the living.
About the authors
About the Electronic Book SeriesClick and Up the Hill are the second and third installments in the Electronic Book Series, following the 2013 publication of Principles of Navigation, a literary romance by Peter W. Fong.
With the Electronic Book Series, New Rivers Press seeks to publish popular fiction titles with literary value from new and emerging authors in the genres of Action-adventure, Crime, Detective, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, Science Fiction, Western, and Inspirational, and all sub-genres within and across those categories.
Look for these new books to appear published in the electronic book (eBook) format in the coming months. Congratulations, Rebecca Cook and James Calvin Schaap, on being selected for publication.