Compelling stories from the remarkable crossroads of history, faith, and inspiration.
Amazing novels you won’t want to put down.
Weiss combines historical fiction, inspiration and a touch of magic to create stories
with wonderfully interesting characters that you will love – and rightfully hate.
Beyond Them All – Currently Seeking Literary Representation
Beyond Them All is a book the world needs today. It is a novel about faith, but it also examines family, friendship, acceptance, poverty, and mental illness. The book uses the remarkable contrast of a placid small town setting and intriguing, unexpected characters to tell stories that are both memorable and challenging. Learn More
No More Mountains – Under Development
Three refugees from Croatia, Bhutan and Somalia find themselves together in the most unexpected place. Some people offer them love and acceptance, but one person in particular delivers only disdain.
Together the women conquer poverty, despair and intolerance. The true answer to their circumstance, however, is only discovered when they need the help of the person who hates them the most.
No More Mountains is a story of the ongoing shaping of America. It is the story of wonderful immigrant populations, the story of what is to come, and the story of the incalculable love and loss that gives us the opportunities we all share today.
Things Never Asked – Under Development
By January of 1960 the fun had nearly run out for the Hubert Toy & Novelty Company. The firm, as well as the sixth Hubert man to run the business, was nearly dead. The only thing keeping the company alive was the shared passion of the owner’s young daughter, a deaf toy designer and the black man who ran the factory. Together, they spend their days running the business and their lives in love, in want, and in regret.
They learn that sometimes the outcomes of moments that matter most are determined by events that happened years ago – or never happened at all.
Things Never Asked is the story of a family business, and it is the story of fighting economic hardships, societal norms and the changing trends of America.