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Who Are We?

Fractured Mirror Publishing is an independent press that focuses on speculative fiction for YA and adult audiences.  We strive to publish high-quality speculative fiction for audiences that challenge the way we look at the world around us, which prompts us to ask the questions "What If?" and "Why Not?". 

We are dedicated to the process of bringing our authors' novels to life, and we are committed to producing literature that is unique, vibrant, and makes you think.   

Our Newest Releases

Amber Hanophy

Dove Seraphina isn’t a good witch—she knows that, and she’s never claimed to be one.  As the sole heir to her mother’s coven, Dove has only ever wanted one thing: revenge. Revenge against the Realm Bound gods who exiled her kind to a dwindling Isle nearly five hundred years ago. Trapped her entire life and unable to flee, she’s had plenty of time to ruminate over her vengeance. Until the tides shift and the magic is weakened. When her mother sends her into the enemy’s kingdom, Dove is ready to lie and steal her way into true freedom. Under a ruse and new identity, she’ll do whatever it takes to hunt down the only object that can save the witches. With the Bloodjewel, she can break the magic trapping her friends. Her family. No matter the cost, even if it means killing the very god who locked them away. But in order to kill him, she must first know him. Up against betrayal, ancient magic, and ruthless gods, Dove is forced to ask herself: Is she the hero, or the villain? 

Edited by Cliff Jones Jr.

The visionary minds behind Mirrormaze: A Dreampunk Anthology are back in force with a book that defies categorization. Is it a collection of short fiction? Sure.
A multi-author novel? That too. Turn on, tune in, and blast off into a dream like no other! But fair warning: Once you enter the world of Somniscope, you may never again feel at home in your waking life.

Toni Mobley

 It had been twelve months since the powerful fae invaded, and in that time, Wren couldn’t help but notice the creatures had begun purifying the world: air was cleaner, the rivers clearer, nature was healing. Ambushed at her childhood home as Wren struggles with her innate desire to survive or to join her parents in death, she cowers, waiting for the killing blow. Only to be spared by one of Them.  Shadowed by doubt, Wren must confront a possibility she fights to reconsider: what if some humans want the fae in control? And what if it’s the right thing to do: for the planet, and for humanity?



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