Lucky Bat releases N. M. Cedeño’s newest paranormal mystery

Lucky Bat Books is thrilled to announce that the second installment in N. M. Cedeño’s Bad Vibes Removal Services series, Degrees of Deceit, is now available in print and ebook! In this paranormal mystery, a college prankster is making life hellish for the freshmen residents of Dellonmarsh Dorm on a...

“Another Night” by Dave Mulligan

Lucky Bat Books is excited to announce the release of Another Night, a hilarious, touching new ebook from new author Dave Mulligan. This memoir by Mulligan is told through a compilation of short stories, poems, and essays, all of which originally were Facebook posts written in the middle of the night during...

The Potency!

Lucky Bat Books is pleased to announce the publication of Ben Garrido’s wacky dystopian satire, The Potency! (And yes, that exclamation point is part of the title.) In a world turned upside down by the God of Potency’s prancing dickishness – Queen Elizabeth II in orbit, the Dalai Lama partially...

“Arctic Under Attack” by Terry Katzer

It’s 1965, and as America is increasing its military presence in Southeast Asia, the Cold War is heating up in Alaska. The Russians, desperate to stop the spread of democracy, send their Air Force MiGs to make incursions, testing the much-touted North American DEW Line and drawing their own line in the...

Patti Doty

Patti Doty is a Nevada native. Although she won prizes for writing while she was a student, she chose a career in medicine as a physician assistant and marriage and family therapist. But she never abandoned her first love, and in 2013, she published her first Quinn DeMello novel, Runaway. Her second book in...

Mary Fischer

MARY FISCHER was born and raised in the Midwest, the heartland of the country. She currently lives in the Truckee Meadows of Northern Nevada, surrounded by the beauty of the mountains. After retiring, Mary became involved in various volunteer activities. She has been a hospice volunteer for over twelve...

Belonging to the Black Crows: A Lakota Journey by Dorothy Black Crow

In 1977, Dorothy Black Crow traded worlds from mainstream America to a foreign country within the United States: the Great Sioux Nation. Though it hardly took any time for her to meet—marry—and move with Selo Black Crow—from Ann Arbor, Michigan, to Pine Ridge Res, South Dakota, it took years for her...

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