Creative  Works

Creative Works

Creative Works is a complete site for affordable, relaxing, educational, and creative books. 

We are professional designers and authors who are passionate about creating educational and therapeutic alternatives to managing the chaos of life, and relieving stress and anxiety through coloring, journaling, sketching, and inspirational, self-esteem workbooks and educational workbooks for women, men, seniors, teens and students.  


Alexis  Carter

Alexis Carter

Alexis Carter has a master’s degree and a specialty in behavioral psychology. Her expertise is in developing self-awareness, coping strategies, and recognizing negative patterns and self-esteem issues, which can all be translated into relationships and personal and professional lives.

Viking  Classics

Viking Classics

Viking Classics provides a collection of the finest literary classics ever written. 
Each work is enhanced with historical commentaries, annotations, author 
biographies, hand-designed covers, and illustrations when available. 

Marcus  Halpert

Marcus Halpert

An EMT, author, and artist, Marcus Halpert is passionate about sharing the wonders of biology and the human body with others.  Using detailed, hand-drawn images to help learn the placement of anatomical structures, combined with coloring to reinforce further cognitive understanding, the Human Skeletal System Workbook, and Coloring Book is a brilliant, affordable tool for learning.  

Jane  Austen

Jane Austen

Jane Austen revolutionized literary romance, using it as a stage to interpret, critique, and explore issues of gender inequality, class consciousness, and the dependence of women on marriage in the pursuit of favorable social standing and economic security. A theme that was unheard of at her time. For over two hundred years since her death, her biting use of irony, witty realism, and social commentary have earned her worldwide acclaim among critics and scholars alike, selling over 30 million copies of her works. She is widely considered one of the most influential writers ever.

Charlotte  Brontë

Charlotte Brontë

Charlotte Brontë is often referred to as the greatest romance novelist ever. Her three sole publications have captivated readers with their passionate and relatable quest for love, equality, and belonging.

Emily  Brontë

Emily Brontë

Emily Brontë’s 1847 gothic novel Wuthering Heights is a timeless masterpiece honestly depicting the pain and anguish felt from love, hatred, and revenge.

For over 150 years, millions of readers have found Wuthering Heights to be a must-read of the greatest classical novels in English Literature. It has been translated into stage, film, and television for decades. Completed as her only novel before her death, Emily Brontë is generally considered one of the most talented and gifted storytellers to have ever lived.

Anne  Brontë

Anne Brontë

Anne Brontë and her sisters revolutionized literary romance, using it as a stage to interpret, critique, and explore issues of gender, independence, and the internal fortitude of women. For over 150 years since her death, her exceptional storytelling has earned her worldwide acclaim among critics and scholars, selling millions of copies of her works.

Louisa May Alcott

Louisa May Alcott

Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) was a prolific American poet, short story writer, and novelist best known for her novel Little Women, published in 1868, and subsequent sequels Little Men (1871) and Jo's Boys (1886). The classic 1868 Little Women is one of literature's most famous coming-of-age novels.  Loosely based on the author and her sister's lives, it is considered an autobiographical or semi-autobiographical novel.


Bram  Stoker

Bram Stoker

Bram Stoker's Dracula is arguably the most famous horror novel ever written in English Literature. Considered a timeless, supernatural masterpiece that has spawned hundreds of film and stage adaptions since its original publication in 1897. Be prepared to be introduced to a host of fascinating characters and a writing style so ingenious and subtle that you are left questioning whether the novel is based on a true story.

Adam  Matthews

Adam Matthews


History Rediscovered