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“In the tradition of H. G. Wells and Isaac Asimov, KB Shaw’s From the Shadows piques the reader’s imag­ination. Fast-paced and engaging, with no loose ends, From the Shadows provides readers no op­por­tunities to rest or close the book. Here’s a YA novel that’s a good read for any age.”

2018 Gertrude Warner Best in Category

— For Readers 13 and Up —

As he is about to unleash a technological revolution that could threaten the world, a reclusive former child prodigy leads two teens and a young reporter on an odyssey that will explore the boundaries of reality, time, and what it means to be human.


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Book One: Separate Paths
Book Two: Convergence

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— For Readers 14 and Up —

The Adventure Continues

Into the Light begins two months after the events of From the Shadows. Rosa and Cameron are accom­panied to England by Esmer Costas and Ed Rush, where they begin their training to make a historic drop into the past—London, 1901, to be exact.

But there is a sinister conspiracy within the AI world that threatens the project. Can Sam and Vee unravel the mystery before it's too late?

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“KB Shaw effectively uses Neworld Papers as a plat­form for deeper thought by providing moral dilemmas that continue to challenge mankind, not the least of which is the question of how truth, freedom and con­trol can intersect to create a functional society.”

Cygnus Award Short List

— For Readers 16 and Up —

Neworld Papers is a beautifully sculpted work of science fiction that delves into the com­plex­ities of human emotion through characters who battle grief, explore romantic ties, and defy global sup­pression.”

— Chanticleer Book Reviews

“Brilliantly imagined world combined with great story telling and a hero we both like and un­derstand.”

— Payson Roundup

Neworld Papers is a well-written, fast-paced story perfect for reluctant and avid readers alike.”

— VOYA Magazine

Book One: The Historian's Tale
Book Two: The Warriors' Tale


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For Ages 9 and Up

When two street urchins sneak into Bar­num’s American Museum, can they avoid being caught?

It’s a humbug of a tale!  

For Adults & the Young Readers They Love

The Tales of Edgeriver Wood is a unique collection of works for children, wrapped within a larger story for older readers.

For Sleuths 16 and Up

An original Sherlock Holmes short story. When Dr. Watson finds Holmes locked in his room and in one of his depressions, he must devise a way to pull his friend from the darkness.

For Fans of The Twilight Zone

It’s July, 1976—the Bicentennial. Ann Dee lives in the perfect suburban home, complete with white picket fence. Well, almost perfect. The home is infested with pests—ants, roach­es, silverfish, and mice.

On her commute home, she meets a travel­ing salesman who guarantees his product, Riddit, will solve all her problems.

For Mark Twain Fans

The history of Mark Twain's play, Colonel Sellers, is an intriguing story with more plot twists and turns than the play itself. "The Curious Case of Colonel Sellers" documents this tale of literary piracy and personal conflict. It is a saga that leads from the quiet setting of Hartford, Connecticut, to the wharves of San Francisco and from the theaters of New York to the courtrooms of Salt Lake City.

For Adult Readers

We all know that we pass our genes on to our children. But what about designer genes?