New from the Press: Divine Disorder: The Unmaking, a darkly comedic fantasy by Stella Drexler

Still more from DC Press! We are excited to announce the mostly amusing, often satirical, and occasionally dark fantasy from Stella Drexler, Divine Disorder: The Unmaking now available on eBook and look for it soon in paperback!

http://www.amazon.com/Divine-Disorder-Unmaking-Book-One-ebook/dp/B00YCLUY4U

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/545969

Divine Disorder The Unmaking

In the unpredictable land of Pandia, angels heavenly and infernal interfere in the lives of humans, and trivial, man-made gods muck things up at every turn. Modern technology and ancient magic battle it out in cities populated by men and beasts. Penthos falls prey to a mad necromancer. In Scathach, the Darklords command the darkest of elements, and a mysterious Shadow Council is behind the whole mess, secretly maintaining the divine disorder.

In Hyperion City, the delicate balance is about to be disturbed.

When Zebulon Tan, a runic sorcerer at the Gwydion Academy of Sorcery discovers a spell to unlock the gate to Hao, a dimension of pure, destructive chaos, infernal angel Darius enlists Sho Sange and Associates, a motley mercenary firm with a variety of curious and rather embarrassing abilities. While Sho attends to troubling matters in Scathach where he is heir to Darklordship Blood, his associates Xen, a vigilante wizard on the edge of madness, Oni, a maniac with an alarming adroitness with explosives, and Simon, a mysterious gentlemen after whom accidental nudity follows, take the case. While Xen meets Zebulon’s assistant, Sora, and tries not to lose his head, Oni gets caught up with a number of male professors and the destruction of several valuable items, and Simon is excruciatingly embarrassed. Things are going awfully wrong. If they can’t stop Zebulon from opening the gate, the entire world will descend into utter chaos. The god of Poorly Executed Magic Tricks and his friends, Unrequited Love and Minor Inconveniences, might want to start over with better patron powers, but the rest of the world thinks that’s a pretty rubbish reason to die. What ensues is a series of ridiculous events and endless cock-ups which lead to the very brink of complete disaster, unavoidable tragedy, and the unmaking of everything.

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New from the Press: Wandering Star, a supernatural teen thriller by Stella Drexler

The Press is thrilled to announce the exciting, sweet, heartbreaking new teen thriller by Stella Drexler now available on eBook! Look for it June 1st in paperback!

http://www.amazon.com/Wandering-Star-Stella-Drexler-ebook/dp/B00YBQ6U4O

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/545965

New Coventry, Virginia is a quiet, peaceful town. The people are friendly, the streets are safe, and hardly anything ever happens until the mysterious Jayne family moves into the creepy old house in Dinwiddie Hills and begins pedaling medical miracles in the form of hypnotism and New Age medicine. Something about the Jaynes and their handsome, inscrutable sons, Van and Sable, is not quite right.

Still reeling from the tragic death of her mother, Aurora Geller feels like something is missing in her life, and the Jaynes might be the solution. But when she meets Sable and runs into his terrifying brother, Van, Sable warns her away from his family. By then, it’s already much too late. She can’t stop thinking about Sable and the strange, breathless feeling she gets whenever he is near. She just wants to be close to him, and she isn’t going to let him stop her. When she starts seeing Mariah Jayne to treat her depression, she hardly notices when she begins to change. Sable does, and he’ll do anything to keep Aurora away from his mother.

Then the bizarre deaths begin, and Aurora begins to suspect the Jaynes aren’t exactly as they seem. She’s right. They’re monsters. The police might be baffled by the freak accidents, but there is something sinister about these deaths, and the Jaynes aren’t the only suspects. Sable is trying to discover the killer and stop the deaths, but he is sidetracked by the human girl he can’t stop thinking about and who loves him despite his secrets. Though they’re forbidden from being together, Sable and Aurora are in love, but they must stop the monster responsible for the deaths, hide from a malicious Van, and escape his parents before one or both of them is killed or they are torn apart forever.