The Engen Universe

The “Engen Universe” is a shared continuity among several of our novels, series, and short stories. It includes the Black Womb series, the Xander Drew series, the Infinity series, and three books of short fiction. It covers a wide range of genres, styles, and themes while still co-existing in a shared timeline of events and rationality. One does not need to have read each series to understand the one they’re reading: but further reading provides more mysteries to unravel.

Light-DarkLight-Dark by Matthew LeDrew
Series: Infinity (prologue), Black Womb (prologue)

The Pitch: Eight new stories from within the Engen Universe, featuring the talents of Jay Paulin, Andrea Hackett (Edwards), Matthew LeDrew, Sarah Thompson & Ellen Curtis!

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The Long RoadThe Long Road by Matthew LeDrew

Series: Black Womb (epilogue), Xander Drew (prologue)

The Pitch: While on his journey of self-discovery he meets the American people — the real American people, not the ones he grew up learning about in class, and realizes that the world doesn’t work the way it does in his small town back home. The real world is harsh and wicked, but can also be soft and gentle — even loving. Xander Drew comes of age on the road, and sets his new direction.

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CompendiumCompendium by Ellen Louise Curtis
Series: Infinity (prologue), Compendium, #1

The Pitch: Delve deeper into the world of Engen Books than ever before with Compendium, the breakout novel by all-star author Ellen Curtis.
Featuring The Tourniquet Revival, Falling into Fire and At Midnight, The Dawn; plus a new introduction by the author!

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