Sevannah Carlson has a distressingly normal life, with a distressingly normal job and a distressingly normal boyfriend, whose sole quirk is the claim to have discovered time travel. This is, of course, impossible, and so Sev ignores it – until Matthew disappears, and her search for him leads to a time-traveling kitchen chair in his basement.
With the help of a mysterious man named Sime, Sev uncovers the truth about time travel, and the all-powerful corporation that seeks to control it by any means possible – including erasing any rivals from existence. With the corporation’s police, Tendence and Cavile, on her trail, Sev sets off on an eon-spanning search for Matthew. Will Tendence and Cavile catch her first? Or can she find Matthew before she becomes history?
It’s been nine years since Alice left Wonderland, and everything’s gone downhill. Taxes are rising, hopes are falling, and rebellious graffiti is the order of the day. In a desperate attempt to save the land, the reigning Queen sends a group of convicts to our world to find Alice and bring her back- or die trying, since she needs the extra cell space anyway.
Leading the convicts is Axford Barrel, a young man recently jailed for pick-pocketing, graffiti, and other crimes. Looking for a savior, he finds instead Breca, a young woman trying to outrun Death, who has developed an irrational crush on her. Desperate to get as far away as possible, she agrees to pretend to be Alice, leading to otherworldly love triangles, poetry recitations, and mass confusion. In other words, all in a day’s work.
Breca, meet Wonderland. Wonderland, meet Alice.
Our newest addition to the Leeftail library, and our first volume of poetry, is Paperchurche, by author D. T. Kastn. In Paperchurche, Kastn writes about love, a sense of space, and the lure of creating fiction, drawing on both her experiences growing up and her background as a fictionist.
Paperchurche is now available through Amazon.com.