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50/50 Press is a small publishing company, which publishes between 12 and 24 books each year. Half of the publisher's books are published under September Sky Press, an imprint for adult titles, and half of the books are published under Melody Press, the publisher's children's and young adult imprint. All titles are available in both print and electronic form.[1] [2]

The publishing house was founded in 2017 by Megan Cassidy and Stephen D. Hall III in 2017.[3]

2017 Titles Include:

  • The Misadventures of Marvin Miller by Megan Cassidy[4]
  • Baggage Claim by Aaron Davis[5]
  • Irma the Inventor & the Vampire Spiders by Kim Kasch[6]
  • First Case Scenario by Annmarie DeClark[7]
  • Dreamfield by Ethan D. Bryan[8]
  • Killerjoy by Jon Negroni[9]
  • Sid Sanford Lives! by Daniel Ford[10]
  • Freedom for Me: A Chinese Yankee by Stacie Haas[11]
  • Threadwalkers by Joanna Volavka[12]
  • The Christmas Letter by Steven H. Berman[13]
  • Smothered by M.C. Hall[14]

2018 Titles Include:

  • Hidden Thorns by Melissa Bennett[15]
  • Undercover Chefs by Erin Fry[16]
  • Music Theory by Brian McCann[17]
  • Orion Medallion by Matthew Franks[18]
  • The Last Ghost by Jamie Blake[19]
  • Latium by Samantha Martin[20]
  • Sutherland by M.C. Hall[21]
  • My Life With(out) Ranch by Heather Wyatt[22]

Other Upcoming Titles Include:

  • I Never Eat Cheesesteak by Paul Lubaczewski[23]
  • Ethan and God written by Sandra Rice and illustrated by Linda Linda Swanekamp
  • Vainguard by Jon Negroni
  • The Lies I Told Myself by Caren S.
  • Always, Tyler by Megan Cassidy[24]

The publisher will be presenting upcoming titles at BookExpo America during Indie Insights' Panels for Literary Fiction and Non-Fiction titles.[25]

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