New Forest Books™ publish fiction and nonfiction in a variety of categories, and digital products for the creative community. The following are among the authors, creatives, and makers we’ve had the privilege of working with.
Our modern-day authors and artists represent a wide range of current interests and historical topics. They’re listed alphabetically by surname.
Dace Allen – Mr. Allen joined the New Forest family as Sarah Skye’s co-author for a couple of projects, and continues to write books under his own name, as well.
Previously known for his New Age books and “ET” theories, we look forward to his future books. Meanwhile, you can find him at Area 51 conferences and other gatherings of UFO and sci-fi enthusiasts.
Sharon Allingham – Ms. Allingham’s book, Natural Home Remedies for Constipation, was well-received in the whole-body health and Ayurvedic communities.
She’s now in private practice in Naperville, IL, specializing in cleanses and natural approaches to toxins in the body.
Shannon Bowen – Shannon joined us after the success of her first diary-style books, Momma, Don’t Hit Me, and Momma, Stop! I’ll Be Good!
Since then, she’s penned My Texas Nightmare, describing another difficult neighbor. Back in New Hampshire, she’s managing our new imprint, True Secrets Books, for first-person stories about overcoming personal challenges.
Fiona Broome – Ms. Broome writes about paranormal topics. She uses history and statistics to study anomalies of all kinds, especially ghosts and haunted places. Her personal website is at FionaBroome.com.
Jake Camden – Jake is a grad student, and he’s been writing ghost stories from his dorm room in Vermont. His first book with us is The Amityville Haunting of Carl Fitch.
Abigail Clark – Abby is new author. She wrote The Haunting of Obedience, co-authored with Jake Camden. Like Jake, Abby spends most of her time in Vermont.
Nora Cronin – Nora is part of the Rose Meadows coloring books team, formerly known as the Coloring Group. She’s also helped design several of our book covers.
Aisling D’Art – Since 1995, she’s been a leader in paper and mixed media arts, teaching at Art & Soul, Art Unraveled, Artfest, and Celebrate Art.
As a member of our Rose Meadows books imprint, she’s creating coloring books and her own art journaling zines. She launched our Etsy digital art co-op, as well. Her website is at Aisling.net. (Aisling may also look and sound remarkably like NFB founder, Eibhlin MacIntosh.)
Marcus Luft – The Rev. Mr. Luft writes from a profoundly Christian standpoint. His first book, Petrus Romanus – Exposed, is a rebuttal to related books by Sarah Skye and Dace Allen. His second book was an expansive version of The Resolutions of Jonathan Edwards. Marcus Luft is a dedicated Christian with an evangelical ministry in central Florida.
Lesley Marden – Lesley is one of New England’s most-respected psychic mediums and paranormal investigators. We’re honored to have published Lesley’s autobiography, Medium, Rare. That’s Lesley in the smiling photo, at left. Her website is LesleyMarden.com.
Misty Midnight – Misty is working on paranormal adventures for middle grade and young adult readers.
Eibhlin MacIntosh – Eibhlin and her husband are the co-founders of this publishing house. She’s a full-time fine artist, and occasional author of writing-related books. You can see her art at Eibhlin.com.
Molly Modern – Molly creates books related to Utah and Latter-Day Saints (Mormon) culture. She’s also a co-founder of our Etsy digital arts group. (Yes, “Molly Modern” is a pen name for the sake of privacy. Salt Lake City friends may recognize her smiling face anyway.)
Alice N. Palmer – Alice writes clean, sweet, historical romances, including Regency and Victorian romances. She also pens books that mix clean romance with an element of mystery. Her website is at AliceNPalmer.com.
Sarah Skye – Ms. Skye is another New England friend and long-time freelance journalist. She joined us in the early days of New Forest Books. She’s a history enthusiast and loves to travel. Most of Sarah’s books focus on New Age interests.
F. B. Stevens – Ms. Stevens (photo at right) identifies as a banshee, and writes books related to esoteric topics. Her interests are eclectic, and represent some of the most unusual topics we’ve published.
Ruth E. Taylor Cote – We published Rue’s ghostly travel guide to her hometown of Tilton, NH (USA). Since completing her completing her advanced degree in English Literature, Rue has married and continues to research – and write about – local history.
Joan Verch-Rhys – An art historian, Ms. Verch-Rhys is producing a line of coloring books for adults. Her first series with us, Coloring the Classics, includes mandalas and other coloring pages based on art of the 19th century and earlier. Like several of our authors, she’s a member of the Coloring Group, recently relaunched as Rose Meadows.
Anna Weimar is the author of clean, sweet, Amish romances set in the fictional community of Harmony, Florida. Her first series is The Amish Bed & Breakfast.
Our classic authors include some of the most interesting and profound thinkers from past eras. They’re listed alphabetically by last name.
Hereward Carrington – Mr. Carrington (1880 – 1958) is remembered as one of the most innovative researchers in the fields of paranormal studies and Spiritualist philosophy.
Our reprints of his books include Problems of Psychical Research, available only in the U.S. due to the terms of his copyrights.
Sir Walter Scott – Sir Walter Scott, 1st Baronet of Abbotsford (1771 – 1832), is among Scotland’s most beloved novelists and poets, and remains popular to this day.
Best known for works such as Rob Roy, Ivanhoe and Lady of the Lake, Scott dedicated considerable time to the study of paranormal folklore, particularly those related to ghosts, demons and faeries.
Our reprints of his paranormal works include Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft.
friends of our publishing co-op
Marcus McAllister – M. McAllister is a remarkable artist represented by his website, Dreambelly Fragments. We were honored to publish some of Marcus’ early art books, and we’re delighted that he’s continued to expand his work in many media.
Maddie Montrose – Maddie is the pen name of a long-time member of New Forest Books’ publishing team. She writes erotic parodies for adults, and publishes them under her own label.
John Sabol – Mr. Sabol is an archaeologist, cultural anthropologist, actor and “ghost excavator.” In August 2012, after publishing several books with us, including The Re-Hauntings of Gettysburg, Haunting Archaeologies, Digging Up Ghosts, and The Haunted Theatre, he launched his own publishing company, Ghost Excavation Books, Inc.
Steve Wells – Mr. Wells is one of the world’s most recognizable photographers with a distinctive style and flair for originality. We were delighted to produce his first book, A Table, and eagerly follow his career at his website, SteveWells-photo.com.