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MURDER, SHE VAPED is a new series featuring Silver Lake barista Judy Scoffs, the coolest girl in Los Angeles who has a sixth sense for when something’s not right or when someone’s being sexist online. Even though she’s super indie and fun, somehow death and crime follow her wherever she goes. Along with her sidekick/roommate Doll, Judy is unafraid to tackle even the most baffling mysteries.

In THE IRONIC T-SHIRT CAPER, a crime wave has hit Echo Park, as nostalgic shirts purchased from a local vintage shop vanish overnight from customers’ closets, replaced by ones with current references a grown adult might enjoy, like “True Crime Podcasts” and “In-Unit Washer/Dryer.” Judy and Doll dive into a world of shady clothing magnates, outlandish performance artists, and cynical bloggers to get to the bottom of this supernatural frenzy before everyone in town has to start defining themselves through something other than their clothing.


Derek Severs is a popular talk radio host beloved by millions for his fiery opinions and unflinching moral judgments. When a scandal threatens to bring down everything he’s built for himself, a past he’s tried to forget returns, bringing with it the biggest regrets of his life.

Then Derek is visited by a series of cranky ghosts from throughout history. If you think you know where it’s going from there, you’re wrong. Repeatedly thrust through time and space at night as he tries to keep his legacy afloat by day, maintaining his sanity won’t be easy.

As the fabric of his reality slowly peels away, Derek is forced to confront all his conceptions of his past, his life, and what is waiting for him at the end of it all.

With a mix of humor, heartbreak, and politics, Gregg Maxwell Parker’s debut novel examines what we think we know about ourselves, and how little we understand the basic nature of existence. This twist on a classic story is for anyone who wishes they had the answers, and struggles with the fact that there are some things nothing can prepare you for.