Color Me Woke

Color Me Woke

Color Me Woke

This coloring book for adults features 20+ illustrations for progressive activists and social justice warriors. Open-minded, liberal and leftist audiences can relax by coloring pictures about all sorts of social and political issues: Black Lives Matter, water justice, treatment of immigrants and refugees, body acceptance, restroom access, decolonization, political resistance, economic exploitation, and more.

Color Me Green

Color Me Green

Color Me Green

Color Me Green By M.C. Wade In the early sixties, John F. Kennedy Jr. is sworn into office, color TV floods the nation, and seventeen-year-old Ryan Webb enlists with the United States Marine Corps. From boot camp to the banks of Okinawa, Webb finds himself in the company of men from all walks and all corners of his country, each one fighting for themselves and, more importantly, for their fellow Marines. In a gripping novel punctuated by humor, evocative detail, and the keen perspective of Ryan Webb, we read about the inspiring life of a U.S. Marine. Whether it’s getting into trouble or getting out of harm’s way, the men of Color Me Green capture a dynamic time in America’s history. Through war and peace, heroism and heartbreak, Color Me Green conveys the reality of military life with great insight. By the time you’ve finished reading, you may want to color yourself green.

Color Me In

Color Me In

Color Me In

A powerful coming-of-age novel pulled from personal experience about the meaning of friendship, the joyful beginnings of romance, and the racism and religious intolerance that can both strain a family to the breaking point and strengthen its bonds. Growing up in an affluent suburb of New York City, sixteen-year-old Nevaeh Levitz never thought much about her biracial roots. When her Black mom and Jewish dad split up, she relocates to her mom's family home in Harlem and is forced to confront her identity for the first time. Nevaeh wants to get to know her extended family, but because she inadvertently passes as white, her cousin thinks she's too privileged, pampered, and selfish to relate to the injustices African Americans face on a daily basis. In the meantime, Nevaeh's dad decides that she should have a belated bat mitzvah instead of a sweet sixteen, which guarantees social humiliation at her posh private school. But rather than take a stand, Nevaeh does what she's always done when life gets complicated: she stays silent. Only when Nevaeh stumbles upon a secret from her mom's past, finds herself falling in love, and sees firsthand the prejudice her family faces that she begins to realize she has her own voice. And choices. Will she continue to let circumstances dictate her path? Or will she decide once for all who and where she is meant to be? "Absolutely outstanding!" --Nic Stone, New York Times bestselling author of Dear Martin

Color Me a Killer

Color Me a Killer

Color Me a Killer

In her fourth mystery, state law enforcement agent Susan Chase takes on a vicious serial killer as she investigates a series of brutal murders, including that of a close friend, terrorizing the beach during a Hurricane party. Original.

Color Me Murder

Color Me Murder

Color Me Murder

The New York Times bestselling author of the Domestic Diva mysteries delivers a colorful new seriesfeaturing downloadable color-it-yourself cover art! By day, Florrie Fox manages Color Me Read bookstore in Georgetown, Washington D.C. By night, she creates her own intricately detailed coloring books for adults, filling the pages with objects that catch her eye. There’s plenty of inspiration in her new apartment—a beautiful carriage house belonging to Florrie’s boss, Professor John Maxwell. He offers the property to Florrie rent-free with one condition—she must move in immediately to prevent his covetous sister and nephew from trying to claim it. When the professor’s nephew, Delbert, arrives, he proves just as sketchy as Florrie feared. But the following morning, Delbert has vanished. It’s not until she visits the third floor of the store that Florrie makes a tragic discovery—there’s a trap door in the landing, and a dead Delbert inside. The esteemed Professor Maxwell is an obvious suspect, but Florrie is certain this case isn’t so black and white. Other colorful characters are on the scene, all with a motive for murder. With a killer drawing closer, Florrie will need to think outside the lines . . . before death makes his mark again. "Clearly this book was written by a genius."—Buzzfeed

Color Me Crazy

Color Me Crazy

Color Me Crazy

This book tells the history of my illness and recovery from total organ failure. I took up digital painting when the whole ordeal was over, and my inspirations came from my life and my experiences in the healing process. It wasn't all-together unpleasant to feel mentally euphoric, until I began to see the chaos this little incident was causing. The whole event still makes the bottom of my stomach drop to the back of my throat....I know it should rise, but it drops and drops with a thud.

When 8 Bells Toll

When 8 Bells Toll

When 8 Bells Toll


Forever and a Day

Forever and a Day

Forever and a Day