Friday, March 30, 2012

Imagine That! Studios

Have you heard of this company?  No.  That's okay, it's small and new to me as well.

Imagine That! Studios caught my eye because of a few wonderful Novella's I've picked up lately.  This company touches in a few different areas and thought you might like to hear about them as I have friends and followers that fall into different genre and areas, and Imagine That! Studios deals in those areas too.

The two novellas I enjoyed, put out by this company (click title to go to my reviews)Aladdin and his Wonderfully Infernal Device and Magic by Gaslight.  And I see they have re-distributed Billibub Baddings: The Case of the Singing Sword, a book I have also read.

They have books in:  Science Fiction, Horror, Mystery, Erotica, and Romance.  There seems to be a touch of magic and steampunk as well.

Imagine That! Studios works in the Digital Publishing area.  They also offer workshops in social media, video editing, and social media for authors and publishers.  Busy crew here!

I'll say their March releases have caught my eye as well.  A few are erotica, and as you know I don't really read those, but there are others I want to get.

One of them that caught my eye is this Short Story: (psst, it's 99c! on Amazon)
Elysium by Emma St. John
Amazon Description:
Jessie is good at everything. She has to be, since home is so much of a mess. One night, she and her parents head out to a regular event, but along the way Jessie learns that nothing is regular about any of them, and she is fated to stand between humanity and the divine.

The Chronicles of the Last Herald are a YA short stories series.




And there are more there, and to come!  I do hope you keep an eye out for this new rising company.

If you happen to want to look you can find them at:
Imagine That! Studios
Twitter: @ITSPublications

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