A poetry anthology of those who have remained unspoken for too long. There is healing in the storm and growth in rain-tears. And always, always a way forward.
*All poems by Janeen Ippolito. Inspiration from Janeen's stories, overthinkings, artistic intake (aka, books/movies/music/art), and life experiences.More info →
Love is a funny thing--especially when it doesn't work out the way you planned! Enjoy six stories ranging from biting satire to whimsical farces but all with a hint of true love.
*Includes a short story by Janeen Ippolito from The Ironfire Legacy universe.More info →
There's just something magical about cats. Curl up with sixteen stories all featuring our furry, frisky, fabulous feline friends. Inside, you'll find adorable house cats, majestic big cats, and imperious cat-dragons.
*Includes a short story by Janeen Ippolito from The Ironfire Legacy universe featuring Ademis the Cat-DragonMore info →
In the second anthology from the Fellowship of Fantasy, twenty-three authors explore the theme of heroes, covering genres ranging from steampunk and fairytale to urban and Arthurian. These are the heroes you've been waiting for.
*Contains the short story "The Superhero Publicist" by Janeen IppolitoMore info →
A princess who makes dangerous bargains with the afterlife. A man desperate to save his wife, no matter the cost. An uber driver for the undead.
Whether in a reimagined folktale or a modern urban fantasy, A Kind of Death features a fine balance of tragedy and comedy, but always with a hint of wonder and hope
*Janeen wrote a poem, "The Mystery", for this anthology
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Mental illness is real. Will the Church get real?
This book is a collection of essays from various authors: men and women, pastors and congregants, counselors and nurses, parents and children. All have a unique view of how mental health conditions affect people, and how the church has responded to these circumstances.
This is not fundamentally a teaching book, but a book of moments and lives, knitted together by the common theme of mental health.
*Janeen Ippolito wrote an essay for this book.More info →