Featured Book Listings

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Shadow Heart

September 30, 2014

“When I was hit hard on my bare butt at only five years old, while my father sat drinking with a friend in our living room and our mother worked nights, I knew my life was changing.”

“I learned how to hide, sometimes in the house, sometimes outside, or at a friend’s house, and when older, to stay busy and away from home.”

These are what Pamela Taeuffer learned, raised in a family that battled alcoholism, and gave her the sharp awareness and rare insight that enabled her to write “Shadow Heart” and “Fire Heart”, the first two novels of her Broken Bottles Series, in an honest and open way.

She is a true believer that nothing can be gained unless we risk everything for what we want and reveals the dark secrets that few families of addiction and abuse dare to share.

From the time she was six years old, Taeuffer’s father, a man she ultimately admired, took her to the San Francisco Giants baseball games, and thus her love for sports grew—especially baseball, which provides the backdrop for her first series, Broken Bottles.

In her words “Through my writing, I hope to shine a light on how it’s only when we step out of our shadows, jump and take a risk, that we begin to let others into our heart. Real intimacy comes through being vulnerable, and intimacy opens our heart.”

In addition to her Broken Bottles novels, Taeuffer has also published: Business Networking for Introverts and will soon release a new series: “My Two Years as a Porn Star”, which tackles the love-hate relationship with our bodies.

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Identity Thief

September 30, 2014

I am a writer and a sociologist. In the course of writing the book, I myself became a victim of identity theft. So I know firsthand what it feels like. Of course, these feelings are heightened and dramatized in the novel. In a broader sense, I drew upon the kind of everyday guessing games we all put each other through. The things we share with other people and the things we don’t. Even when we spill our guts, we never tell anyone everything about ourselves. I think this is part of what makes people interesting. In the end, I found myself agreeing with the thief when he says, “The biggest mistake you can make is thinking you know who you are.”

I love eating cashews and watching my favorite noir movies. I do pretty much whatever my dog wants me to do, except when I’m teaching or writing.

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Lethal Lawyers

September 30, 2014

After a lifetime of writing poetry, books, nonfiction, and legal documents, it was author Ray Bradbury’s friendship and encouragement that finally inspired Dale E. Manolakas to pursue writing as a career. He taught her that the characters wrote the book–she didn’t. Raised just outside Los Angeles by a surgeon father and a homemaker-author mother, Dale E. Manolakas had always aspired to an acting career, but also had to make a living.

Dale E. Manolakas earned her B.A. from the University of California at Los Angeles, and M.A., M.S., Ph.D. and J.D. degrees from the University of Southern California. She is a member of the California Bar, had the privilege of clerking for The Honorable Arthur L. Alarcón at the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, was a litigator in two major Los Angeles law firms, and a senior appellate attorney at the California Court of Appeals, as well as an Administrative Law Judge.

Before that she was a teacher, primarily at the high school, adult school, and university levels, and holds a public administrative services credential. In addition, she has pursued her passion for acting, primarily on the stage, but also in film and television. She is a member of both Actors’ Equity and SAG-AFTRA. She also has raised three very independent daughters and lives with her husband, a retired attorney, in an otherwise animal-free environment in California.

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Time of Death: Induction by Shana Festa

September 30, 2014

Shana Festa grew up in the small town of Northborough Massachusetts. As an impressionable tike, she shared in her father’s love for Horror, and spent most of her childhood hiding under the blankets worrying what nightmarish creature lurked in her closet. She grew up on a healthy diet of classics like Nightmare on Elm Street, Return of the Living Dead, American Werewolf in London, Child’s Play and Poltergeist.

Her writing career was born from her long-time addiction to terrifying tales. Under her alter ego, The Bookie Monster, Shana reviews horror and paranormal books, with an emphasis on zombie fiction. Her altruistic beliefs fuse seamlessly with The Bookie Monster’s mission to provide readers with honest reviews and to provide authors with a platform to promote their labors of love.

Shana holds a degree in nursing and now resides in Cape Coral, Florida with her husband and two adorable dogs. In addition to her apocalyptic series, TIME OF DEATH, she is a founding member of AT HELL’S GATES, a horror anthology series dedicated to supporting the brave men and women of our Armed Forces through the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund.

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Hello, My Love!

September 30, 2014

I’m a realist in my writing, as well as my art. I don’t have as much imagination as many other writers–a handicap (or strength) that comes partly from my training (Ph.D.) and experience as a mental health program researcher/evaluator/developer. I’m also a flâneuse, a female observer-wanderer. So, I watch, and observe. And listen. That’s where the meat of my writing comes from.

As an author of love stories, I tend not to rely on broad shoulders and heaving bosoms. Instead, I go into the protagonists’ thoughts and emotions, and how those show their growth. My novels deal with protagonists’ insecurities and disappointments, love/hate relationships with parents, characters who seem to behave out-of-character, and even life events not typically included in romantic fiction. My stories do have happy epilogues, and I’ve tried to work in intriguing plotlines into them.

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A Star is Born by Rajeev Lal

September 29, 2014

Rajeev Lal has written articles and short stories, and occasionally published some of these. At age 65, he has been through the corporate grind for four decades and retired in 2012 after being the CEO of a software services company. He worked in India except for about five years in Kuwait, in Information Services at a number of leading companies. In the last decade of his work, he successfully helped large companies in US and Europe leverage the power of global workforce in Information Services and Product Engineering. He has been a member of a number of professional bodies and held positions of responsibility in them. He is married, with two children and four grandchildren. He has travelled widely. He writes in an easygoing style, laced with humor and emotion at times. His narratives are based on events and situations that have occurred in his life. “ A Star is Born “ is his first book.

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A Looming Lady by Pamela Murrey

September 29, 2014

Pamela Murrey works in an office by day but enjoys writing and crafting, including loom knitting on her off time. She lives with four cats, though she doesn’t claim to own any of them. She likes to write on a variety of subjects. Originally she is from Virginia but currently she resides in Washington State.

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York Street by Jan Walters

September 29, 2014

About York Street – A Ghost & A Cop Series by Jan Walters Brett O’Shea is a street cop, trying to make detective. He goes by the book and doesn’t believe in the supernatural. Until a ghost, Al, appears with an offer he can’t refuse. Al is an irreverent ghost, and claims that the ‘big […]

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Sex Guide for Women, Sex Guide for Men and Sex Addiction Box set

September 29, 2014

Hello, I’m Adahi Flores. Here’s a little about me:

I’m an entrepreneur, author and fitness enthusiast. I feel that I am extremely blessed for the life that I live.

The purpose of my books is to be a source of inspiration and change for those who refuse to settle for anything less than an extraordinary life. In my books I will openly and passionately share all of the strategies, resources, and tools that I continue to discover that have made a great difference in the quality of my life, and they will for your life as well.

All of my writing is dedicated to focusing on helping myself and others live a life of balance. I believe that there are 7 master areas for an extraordinary life, and each area requires constant growth, focus, and commitment.

I invite you to use my e-books here to help you achieve your goals and live the life you’ve always dreamed of. Feel free to browse the books. If I can help or inspire you in any way that I can, then there’s nothing that would make me happier.

I love to read – over the years I’ve consumed HUNDREDS of books on anything that could improve the quality of my life, on topics such as: self-help, biographies, business, marketing, psychology, health, fitness, spirituality, etc… I love to learn. I believe the best investment you can make is in yourself.

I also have an immense passion for health and fitness, and have made an incredible transformation in my physical body over the years.

If there’s any questions, comments or feedback you have for me – feel free to contact me anytime.

Thank you for taking the time to read this, and I look forward to hearing from you sometime soon!

“Thank you for taking the time to download my books, I hope that it will help you better your life in some way, I am here if you happen to need any help, please let me know :)”

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Tracking A Shadow

September 29, 2014

Biography
R Weir is an IT Professional by day, Author by night, and first and foremost a husband and father living in Colorado. Enjoying the outdoors, travelling in a Motorhome and riding motorcycles are his hobbies. His first short story eBook on Amazon “The Case of the Missing Bubble Gum Card” has received excellent reviews and downloads, with the follow-up novel “Tracking a Shadow” now available on Amazon in Kindle format and paperback. Be sure to reach out to me on FaceBook, Google Plus and Twitter.

https://www.facebook.com/randy.weir.524

https://plus.google.com/+RWeirAuthor/about

https://twitter.com/RWeir720

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Thief Of The Heart by Rena Koontz

September 29, 2014

An award-winning journalist, Rena Koontz broke into the publishing world in September 2012. The debut of “Love’s Secret Fire” was the realization of a lifelong dream to write books – books that combine romance, suspense and strong female characters designed to mirror today’s women.

All the material was there. Working as a career news reporter at two of the country’s top 20 newspapers provided a writing journey that took Rena into the sports arena, politics, feature writing, editorial writing, and, her favorite, cops and courts. She has chased fire trucks and police cars, covered all sorts of crimes, including murders, and reported criminal, civil, high profile and ordinary trials. Many of the ideas for her books come from real cases she is familiar with.

Plus, being married to a retired FBI agent provides a source for invaluable technical advice. He’s pretty good with the romance parts as well!

Rena has received numerous journalism awards including recognition by the Associated Press for writing excellence.

Her second romantic suspense, “The Devil She Knew,” released in July 2013.

A Pittsburgh native, Rena now makes her home in Florida, having recently relocated from Central Illinois.

“Thief of the Heart” is her third novel.

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The Corner Garden by Lesley Krueger

September 29, 2014

Lesley Krueger is a Canadian novelist and filmmaker who writes about people trying to live good lives. Her novel, The Corner Garden, is the critically-acclaimed story of a teenager who tries — and a dangerous old woman who doesn’t. Lesley has also just released a new e-book. Daily Life is a mash-up novel about a woman named Leslie and her family who are crammed into a widesized house during a recession that never ends. Coming soon is her new children’s book, Johnny Bey and the Mizzenglass World, a fantasy for kids aged ten and up. Also available as e-books are her previous novel, The Corner Garden, and her travel book, Foreign Correspondences. Lesley divides her time between reading books, watching movies and playing women’s beer-league hockey.

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He Just Needs To Be Loved by Patricia Zimmerman

September 29, 2014

Patricia Zimmerman resides in the home in Mount Sinai with her husband, Roger,where they raised their three sons. She is an animal lover and has five small dogs that remind her every day that the simple pleasures in life are the most valuable. Pat’s favorite days are spent working in her garden and watching the dogs interact. Pat graduated fromCWPost Center of Long isalnd University with a B.S. in Marketing and worked in retail amangement for eighteen years before retiring to raise her family. She is an avid reader who was encouraged by many people to write this book and share Tyler’s amazing story.

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Jackpot by John A. Chartier

September 29, 2014

John Chartier is a management consultant, currently pursuing his MBA at Harvard Business School in Boston, Massachusetts. A frequent contributor in Boston-area publications, John’s debut novel, Jackpot: A High-Stakes Mystery, is his first foray into books. He currently lives in Andover, Massachusetts.

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Reiki Healing, The Ultimate Guide To Heal Your Life Forever

September 29, 2014

Hello, I’m Adahi Flores. Here’s a little about me:

I’m an entrepreneur, author and fitness enthusiast. I feel that I am extremely blessed for the life that I live.

The purpose of my books is to be a source of inspiration and change for those who refuse to settle for anything less than an extraordinary life. In my books I will openly and passionately share all of the strategies, resources, and tools that I continue to discover that have made a great difference in the quality of my life, and they will for your life as well.

All of my writing is dedicated to focusing on helping myself and others live a life of balance. I believe that there are 7 master areas for an extraordinary life, and each area requires constant growth, focus, and commitment.

I invite you to use my e-books here to help you achieve your goals and live the life you’ve always dreamed of. Feel free to browse the books. If I can help or inspire you in any way that I can, then there’s nothing that would make me happier.

I love to read – over the years I’ve consumed HUNDREDS of books on anything that could improve the quality of my life, on topics such as: self-help, biographies, business, marketing, psychology, health, fitness, spirituality, etc… I love to learn. I believe the best investment you can make is in yourself.

I also have an immense passion for health and fitness, and have made an incredible transformation in my physical body over the years.

If there’s any questions, comments or feedback you have for me – feel free to contact me anytime.

Thank you for taking the time to read this, and I look forward to hearing from you sometime soon!

“Thank you for taking the time to download my books, I hope that it will help you better your life in some way, I am here if you happen to need any help, please let me know :)”

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Sand Dollar: A Story of Undying Love

September 29, 2014

Sebastian Cole never intended on being a writer. He graduated from Brown University in the 80s, then worked briefly in New York before returning to Rhode Island to work in his family’s business. Nineteen years later, he took a leap of faith and left the company to pursue his dreams, which has led him to where he is now: a novelist of romantic fiction. Cole writes from the heart, believing in true love, love at first sight, and finding that one person in life you’re meant to be with.

Sebastian Cole’s debut novel, Sand Dollar: A Story of Undying Love, was emotionally inspired by his own personal life experiences. Sand Dollar has won numerous awards, including being a winner of the Beverly Hills Book Award, a bronze winner of ForeWord Reviews Book Of The Year Award, a silver winner of the Feathered Quill Book Award, a finalist in the USA Best Book Awards, a finalist in the International Book Awards, a finalist in the National Indie Excellence Book Awards, and a finalist in ForeWord Firsts debut literary competition for first-time authors. The book has received rave reviews, many of which compare Cole to his favorite author, Nicholas Sparks, whom Cole cites as his inspiration for becoming an author. Whether or not he ever achieves that kind of success, touching the lives of others through his writing has been the single most gratifying thing he has ever done.

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Empty Shell by Ashley Fontainne

September 29, 2014

About Empty Shell by Ashley Fontainne A pair of pink, silk underwear… The quiet world of Melody and Jack Dickinson is about to be turned upside down. Twenty years of marriage hangs in the balance when Melody finds out about Jack’s infidelity. The betrayal is made worse when Melody discovers his lover is Serena Rowland, […]

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The Great Darkening

September 29, 2014

Bobby, as his friends call him, is an artist at heart. He is a professional musician and private chef – not to mention a husband, daddy of two, and self-proclaimed nerd. Over the last decade he has had the privilege and responsibility of sharing his heart and his inspirations with thousands, and his writing is an expression of his rather epic view of the world.

Here is what he says about his debut work, “The Great Darkening”:

“I walked into the gravity of this story much the same way one walks outdoors into the bright sunlight of the afternoon sky. The enormity of its shine was, and is, a little overwhelming… but I have taken great comfort in knowing that my task has never been to make the sun shine. Rather, I have been given the charge and the privilege of merely describing how the world looks from my squinty-eyed perspective.

Thank you for choosing to walk with me on this path. Thank you for daring to hike along the unfamiliar trails with me, in the light of the full sun. I pray that this will be a bright journey for your heart as much as it has been one for mine.”

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Model Behavior by Sequaia Reed

September 29, 2014

Sequaia Reed is a Richmond, CA native. Who has been writing since the age 14. Inspired by an urban fiction novel she read in Jr. high school, she has been writing ever since. She has stories featured in anthologies and in 2011 her first short story ‘Not My Sister’s Keeper’ was published with Top Notch Publishing. A year later her solo novella ‘Justified’ was released. Now she has released and published her first solo Novel entitled ‘Model Behavior’. Sequaia is hard at work, on her next novel while working on her Bachelor’s degree, taking care of her son, enjoying her engagement and maintaining a household and working full time. There is much more to come from her so stay tuned.

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Whill of Agora: Book 1 ((Legends of Agora))

September 29, 2014

Michael was born during a blizzard in the late 70’s. He grew up in the Northern NY Boonies. Luckily he had no cable TV, but he did possess the power to turn an ordinary stick into anything imaginable. He spent his first decade of life fighting monsters, aliens, and Sith lords. Having been unsuccessfully taught how to sit down, shut up, get in line, and raise his hand to pee, he quit school the first day of his senior year of high school. Along with his band members and girlfriend, Michael took a greyhound bus to California, something he had always dreamed of doing. After nine months and many crazy experiences and soup kitchens later, he and his girlfriend returned to NY with a baby on the way. Joining the workforce with blue hair and no education that mattered to the “real world trolls” he began to work toward supporting his new family. Three years later the family grew with the addition of a baby girl. Michael spent 14 years at a Casino being the best poker dealer in NY, and later as the best boss in the world. (Hey man, I’m just repeating what they say). He has recently quit his day job to focus on writing full-time. Michael is still married to his high school sweetheart.
His hobbies include reading, cooking, gardening, researching the spiritual and mental enslavement of his fellow humans, working out, playing guitar, bass, and drums. He is patiently waiting for the world to take the red pill.
Above all else, Michael enjoys beating the odds.
For updates on future Legends of Agora books or to join the mailing list, visit www.whillofagora.com.

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The Leadership Manual

September 28, 2014

Benjamin C. Walker has been founding, nurturing and spearheading companies since his teenage years, starting out small with your typical lawn mowing enterprise before moving quickly on to internationally recognized companies and brands. Now retired, he has turned his attention to sharing that knowledge, revealing the secrets that helped him become an admired entrepreneur to the next generation of brand-builders, political figureheads and not-for-profit leaders.

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Hellbounce

September 28, 2014

Horror Author Matthew W Harrill was born in Bristol in May 1976, during what was referred to in the United Kingdom as ‘that long hot summer’. Growing up in the town of Yate, he lived with his parents, sister and numerous pets, attending ‘The Ridge Junior School’.

At age 11, he was lucky enough to gain a place at Bristol Grammar School, a respected establishment in the city for over 450 years. Following the conclusion of his schooling, and picking up A-levels in Biology, Geography and Economics, he attended the University of Southampton where he received a 2:1 Honours Degree in Geology following three years study.

Matt has had various jobs over the years. Barkeep, labourer, cleaner, commercial motor insurer. The jobs that have become most important were the simple shop floor assistant at Tesco, since it is where he met his partner of 20 years (and wife of 11) Tricia, and the current job at Xerox where he has been implementing stock option and share plans for over a decade. The latter has allowed the bills to be paid so that he can write.

The writing began with a short story in 1999 that expanded continuously until it took on a life of its own and became ‘The Focus Stone’, book 1 of an Epic Fantasy series entitled ‘The Tome of Law’. A second book, ‘The Path of Dreams’ was completed and released, and then for various reasons, came a break in writing with the third installment ‘The Pages of Consequence’ only half finished (and set to remain so unless his publisher REALLY pesters him).

About Hellbounce

In February 2012, a thought hit Matt: ‘What if Hell actually did freeze over?’. It was a nagging thought, more of an epiphany. He pursued this thought tenaciously, bouncing ideas off of his friend and mentor, the NY Times Bestselling author and Writers of the Future competition judge David Farland (The Runelords) until a 2 hour brainstorming session ended up with a seriously workable idea.

Ten months of research later, Hellbounce was ready to be written. A year of writing during lunch breaks and bus journeys resulted in a manuscript that was picked up by pure chance by Heart Powered Publishing, and the contract was signed in November 2013. As of May 2014, the sequel ‘Hellborne’ has been completed, and Hellbounce was released to Amazon on May 30th 2014, with Hellborne to follow shortly. The third installment, ‘Hellbeast’ is in research phase.

About Influences

In addition to David, Matt is always thankful to know the British author Juliet E McKenna, who has helped him countless times. He is a fan of fantasy, loving Robert Jordan’s ‘Wheel of Time’ series. He also has a lot of time for the truly bizarre horror of H P Lovecraft, citing this as an influence on his work. He also cites the fictional author ‘Hank Moody’ as an influence.

Matt currently lives in the town of Chipping Sodbury, on the edge of the Cotswold Hills, with his wife and 4 children.

If you would like to contact him, you can reach him via the website.

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Crush It with Kindle by John Tighe

September 28, 2014

JOHN TIGHE is the bestselling author of “Crush It with Kindle” and host of the top ranked business and marketing podcast “Publish Position Profit.”

John is an online marketing expert, entrepreneur, speaker, business coach and founder and CEO of the Strategic Positioning Press publishing house.

Before striking out on his own John had a career as a corporate lawyer, but decided he wanted more from life.

Today, instead of being chained to his desk at a law firm, John works with experts and entrepreneurs from around the world helping them to strategically position themselves so that they can rapidly grow their businesses by attracting more of their ideal clients and by being able to charge what they are truly worth.

John’s mission is to help experts and entrepreneurs share their message with the world so that they can build a successful business doing something they love, live life on their terms and inspire others.

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Swarm – A Zombie Thriller

September 28, 2014

Alex South is a young, British writer. He is well known for his originality, both in the scope and freshness of his ideas, and the spark, ingenuity and richness that lies in his prose.

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Flight of the Tarantula Hawk

September 27, 2014

Born and raised at the edge of the high desert in Kingman, Arizona, Michael Allan Scott resides in Scottsdale with his wife, Cynthia and their hundred-pound Doberman, Otto. In addition to writing mysteries and speculative fiction, his interests include music, photography, art, scuba diving and auto racing. For the latest, please visit

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Murder My Love

September 27, 2014

Born in the heart of Transylvania and transplanted to Brookline Mass,then relocated to Sunny California in order to irremediably lose his innocence, and he swears it’s for the last, the very last time, Tad S. Torm is currently making his residence in Sacramento with his dead cat and whatever is left of his life.
Books:
MURDER MY LOVE
DEATH IN THE PARK
BAD DOG
BLUE FLOWER

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Shadowland by C.M.Gray

September 27, 2014

Born in Essex, England with a heavy dose of ‘travel lust’, C.M.Gray has since been lucky enough to live and travel in many countries around the world. In fact he has lived for more years outside of England than he has living there! Working as a carpenter, fruit picker and even a stint in stock brokering, he has called home Buddhist monasteries in the Himalayan Mountains, the clamor of central Hong Kong to a farm in deep rural Burgundy. Forever vowing to return and sink his roots once again in English soil… some day, he hasn’t quite made it back yet, but does live a little closer these days; just outside of Barcelona in the middle of the forest with his dogs and two wonderful children.

C.M.Gray’s writing is mostly fantasy and many of the experiences he has had in Asia, Africa and the middle east come to life in his writing. The Flight of the Griffin, a finalist in The Times/Chicken House literary competition 2013, follows the adventures of a group of young orphans as they battle demons and bandits on a magical quest to stop the world from tipping into Chaos. Shadowland blends fantasy with history as an old story teller takes his audience back to Britain’s dark ages and the birth of the Arthurian legend.

The Sequel to The Flight of the Griffin, Chaos Storm was published early 2013 and the sequel to Shadowland will be published Winter 2014.

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Betrayed by Wodke Hawkinson

September 27, 2014

About Betrayed by Wodke Hawkinson Brooklyn is taken captive during a botched carjacking. And so her nightmare begins. Escaping her captors is the first step. Now can she survive the snowy Colorado wilderness and its resident recluse? Lance is happy with his solitary life on the mountain. But his world is about to change. Get […]

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Lethal Journey

September 27, 2014

Kim Cresswell resides in Ontario, Canada. Trained as a legal assistant, Kim has been a story-teller all her life but took many detours including; working in legal and adult education before returning to her first love, writing.

Her debut romantic suspense, REFLECTION, has won numerous awards:
*RomCon®’s 2014 Readers’ Crown Finalist (Romantic Suspense)
*InD’tale Magazine 2014 Rone Award Finalist (Suspense/Thriller)
*UP Authors Fiction Challenge Winner (2013)
*Silicon Valley’s Romance Writers of America (RWA) “Gotcha!” Romantic Suspense Winner (2004)
*Honourable Mention in Calgary’s (RWA) The Writer’s Voice Contest (2006).

LETHAL JOURNEY won RomCon®’s 2014 Readers’ Crown (Thriller) and was a finalist in From the Heart Romance Writers (FTHRW) Golden Gate Contest (2003).

Her action-packed thrillers have been highly praised by reviewers and readers. As one reviewer said, “Buckle up, Hang on tight!”

Kim recently entered the true crime writing arena. Real Life Evil – A True Crime Quickie (two short stories) was published in January 2014. You can read her latest true crime stories in Serial Killer Quarterly, a new quarterly e-magazine published by Grinning Man Press.

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The Warrior

September 27, 2014

Ty has lived on a couple of continents and has been a trench digger, loose tea vendor, leather goods salesman, marine lubricants salesman, diesel engine mechanic and is now a thriller author.

Ty is privileged that readers of crime suspense and action thrillers, have loved his books, The Warrior and The Reluctant Warrior. ‘Intense,’ ‘Riveting,’ ‘Gripping,’ have been commonly used in reviews.

Ty lives with his wife and son, who humor his ridiculous belief that he’s in charge.

Ty is currently working on the third book in the Warriors series, titled The Warrior Code.

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