Featured Book Listings

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September and the Single Heart by Vi Zetterwall

September 16, 2014

My name is Vi Zetterwall. I live in Seattle, Washington and have a day job and a private life but for years I have whiled away spare time dreaming up plots and imagining stories about men and women and their unique romantic interactions. I am currently working on finishing the twelve books in my Single Heart Series and I am almost done.

Making up stories has always seemed very easy for me. It was having the discipline to write them down that was tough. I wrote one novel and it took three years and, honestly, it wasn’t very good. Then I started in on my favorite storyline and wrote and wrote. I got up to 200 pages in Word and realized I wasn’t even one fourth of the way through. In between working and taking care of family, it had taken me seven years. That one is still collecting dust.

Then I started watching what Amazon was doing and I saw all the ebooks that were being published as short stories. I thought “Hey, I could do that!” So now I aim to write novellas (20,000 to 50,000 words) and I find the words just fly off my fingertips. Good plots but short. Turns out to be much easier.

People ask me how I am able to write so quickly and I tell them the truth. When I was young, my older sister and I slept in the same bed. What I didn’t know is that as soon as I fell asleep, she would get back up and watch TV. So she wanted me to fall asleep fast! I usually fell asleep pretty quickly but one time, when I was about six, I couldn’t sleep and so my sister told me to ‘tell myself a story’. Well, she was my big sister! I lived off of every word that flowed from her mouth. I believed everything she said. So, I told myself a story and got to sleep. I did it the next night too. And now, 26 years later, I am still telling myself stories. Every night. Granted, at first they were pretty juvenile but as I got older I started creating more elaborate stories, writing them out word for word in my head. Now, I have dozens and dozens of them waiting impatiently to get out of my head and onto paper … or in this case, Kindles.

I am busy writing my next book now, which, predictably enough, is called “October and the Single Heart”. I hope you’ve had a chance to read one or more of my stories. It really means a lot to me. If you would be so kind as to drop me an email and tell me what you liked (or hated) about the book, I will use all your feedback to improve and make the next one better. Or, just write and tell me about yourself or say HI and tell me where you’re from. I will put you on my list and send you a notice when my next book comes out and a sneak preview to it as well.

Thank you again for giving me the chance to entertain you. If your heart is already full, I hope that my story brought you a little more happiness. And if you are still searching for that one true love, I wish you Godspeed and I pray that my story gave you hope.
Vi Zetterwall

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The Story of THE RAG!

September 16, 2014

And sure enough, as the deputies had expected, the paper carried a front-page headline declaring “Fritz Guilty of Rape,” referring to the candidate’s guilty plea to a charge of carnal knowledge of a 15-year-old more than 30 years earlier, along with a story about a complaint filed against Voorhaar over his handling of a sexual harassment claim.
Rossignol filed a federal civil rights suit a year later, claiming that the officials had violated the First, Fourth and 14th Amendments, as well as state law. A federal district judge threw out the suit, finding that the deputies had not acted “under color of state law” when they bought the papers, but as private citizens. And because no “police action” occurred, Fritz and Voorhaar got off, too.
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals saw it differently. In a unanimous opinion by Chief Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson, a three-judge panel ruled in January that the deputies’ conduct amounted to a “systematic, carefully organized plan to suppress the distribution of St. Mary’s Today” because they disagreed with its viewpoint, and to “retaliate against those who questioned their fitness for public office.” That’s exactly the “kind of suppression of political criticism that the First Amendment was intended to prohibit,” Wilkinson observed.
Just because the deputies were acting outside their normal working hours didn’t mean they weren’t using the power of their office to carry out their plan, the court found. Like law enforcement officials who conspired with Ku Klux Klan members to intimidate former slaves, “the conduct here…cannot be absolved by the simple expedient of removing the badge,” Wilkinson wrote.
If the deputies disagree with what St. Mary’s Today had to say, they are free to denounce the paper, Wilkinson suggested. They can even sue for libel. But as he concluded, “to summon the organized force of the sheriff’s office to the cause of censorship” “belongs to a society much different and more oppressive than our own.” One where the government, not the citizen, decides what is the truth and what are “outright lies.”

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The Feeder by Mandy White

September 16, 2014

Mandy White is a Canadian author who resides on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. She is a fan of oxygen, shiny things and personal space. Right now, she is probably lurking in the forest somewhere, being one of those weird, reclusive writer types.

She primarily writes fiction in the horror genre, often featuring Canadian characters and locations. She is founder of the WPaD group (Writers, Poets and Deviants), best known for their charity anthologies for MS.

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The Littlest Cowboy by Maggie Shayne

September 16, 2014

NY Times bestselling author Maggie Shayne has published more than 60 novels for Harlequin/Silhouette/MIRA, Penguin Putnam/Berkley, Harper Avon, St. Martin’s Press, Pocketbooks and others since 1992. Just this year she took the career changing step of going independent. Maggie is the author of one of the first vampire romance series ever published, Wings in the Night, as well as a beloved series of Western romances, the Texas Brands, and numerous romantic thriller series including the critically acclaimed Brown and de Luca novels. Maggie lives in a very rural part of southern New York among dairy farms and state forests with her husband Lance and their family of cats (three of them!) dogs (2 English Masiffs and an English Bulldog,) and fish (a salt water coral reef aquarium.)

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O’Henry

September 16, 2014

t.g. brown grew up in Edmonton, Alberta and attended the University of Alberta.
He and his wife live in British Columbia.

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The Book of Revelation and the Coming Judgment by Dale Tolmasoff

September 16, 2014

I earned my B.A. from Wheaton College, majoring in Bible and Theology, and my M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. I also received pastoral training at Bethlehem College & Seminary with well-known author/pastor John Piper. I am a former Jehovah’s Witness, having served for many years as an elder, evangelist, missionary in the Philippines, and staff member in their New York headquarters. I am from Southern California but currently live in Texas. I love reading, watching movies, and traveling.

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Transcender Trilogy Box Set: Books 1 and 2 by Vicky Savage

September 16, 2014

Vicky Savage grew up gazing upon the beauty of the Wasatch Mountain Range right outside her family’s kitchen window. She thought the Rocky Mountains would always own her heart, until she moved to sunny Florida for law school and instantly fell in love with the ocean. Her passion for new adventures and exotic locales led her on a circuitous path to writing science fiction/fantasy about strange new worlds and parallel universes.
Although she has lived in seven different states and London, England, the siren call of the ocean always brings her back to her beloved Florida, where she currently lives with her husband, son, and two dogs.
Contact Vicky through her website: https://www.vickysavage.com, follow her on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SavageVicky, and visit her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/vickysavageauthor.

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Dante’s Tail

September 16, 2014

Eric Coyote was born hours before President Kennedy’s assassination and grew up northwest of Chicago. He attended college at Indiana University, then migrated to Southern California, where he earned his master’s degree from USC’s film school. Dante’s Tail is his second novel. His debut novel, The Long Drunk, was named to Kirkus Reviews’ Best of 2012. Eric currently lives in Venice, California, with two cats and his dog Pickle. If you enjoyed this ebook, an honest and unbiased review on Amazon is always appreciated.

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The Warrior

September 16, 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.

In all that living, the one thing that’s remained constant is the indescribable feeling he gets when he reads an awesome thriller, and it’s to recreate that feeling in others, that he wrote his debut action thriller, The Warrior.

Ty is privileged that readers of crime suspense and action thrillers, have compared his book to the works of thriller greats such as Lee Child, Vince Flynn, David Baldacci, Brad Thor, Robert Crais,and Harlan Coben.

Ty lives with his wife and son, who humor his ridiculous belief that he’s in charge. In his spare time, he plays tennis and badminton, badly.

Ty is currently working on the second book in the Warrior series, titled The Reluctant Warrior.

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Entwined

September 16, 2014

survivor of sexual abuse, I have recently written the true account of my childhood, titled: Life After Hell: Surviving Sexual Abuse. I have tried to convey what happened to me as well as my journey to finally getting justice.

A lot of my own experiences have gone into my fictional works, especially my first book The Man of My Dreams. I created a vigilante vampire that rescues women and children from rapists and child molesters……

I’ve loved Vampires and the paranormal ever since I can remember and always envisaged myself writing a book or two on the subject! I have written 5 books in The Dream Series so far: The Man of my Dreams, Be Careful What You Wish For, The Chosen One, Succubus: An Erotic Companion and A Match Made in Hell. All Paranormal Romance novels with Vampires(of course) as well as a bit of blood and gore thrown in and the 4th one is slightly on the erotic side! These characters are very close to my heart and I hope you will come to love them as much as I have.

I’ve also written my first Contemporary Romance trilogy which will be released in July 2014. The “Someone to Love Me” series will consist of 3 novellas: Undeserving, Unforgiving and Understanding. I hope you enjoy them.

I recently published a short story (Why Won’t Someone Help Me?) about my health issues and the trouble with getting diagnosed or treated for invisible illnesses.

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The Cagliostro Chronicles II – Conflagration by Ralph L. Angelo Jr.

September 15, 2014

The Cagliostro Chronicles II – Conflagration by Ralph L. Angelo Jr. In the depths of space danger still awaits mankind! Two year after mankind discovered the secret to faster than light flight and the war with the dreaded Agalum empire began Mark Johnson and the crew of the Cagliostro must land on an unknown world […]

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Countdown: The Doomsday Playbook Introductions by Rashad Freeman

September 15, 2014

Rashad Freeman is a wildly eccentric, native Floridian with a passion for storytelling. As the son of an English Professor, you could say writing is in his blood. While he loves to dabble in just about every genre, the bulk of his work is in Thrillers and Science Fiction. Anything involving water and his family, which includes his wife and three boys, is enough to occupy a weekend. When he is not working on the next great American novel, Rashad can be found crossfitting, swimming or daring to do all.

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Leadership Safari: Discovering the Secret to Leadership Success

September 15, 2014

Brian Iannucci is a leadership guru and a business professor. Additionally, Brian has a great deal of private sector experience that ranges from large corporations to small business start ups. Brian holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration from Northcentral University where his dissertation focused on Leadership and Emotional Intelligence. Brian holds an MBA from Liberty University and a BA in Political Science from the University of Florida.

Brian’s common sense approach to consulting allows him to provide optimal solutions that will make an impact immediately and will create value for his clients.

In addition to being an accomplished professor, researcher, and consultant, Brian also specializes in motivational speaking and conducts seminars for large and small groups on leadership skills and other business-oriented topics. These cost-effective and impactful events allow businesses to train their teams in a variety of skills such as:

Soft Skills
Leadership Skills
Emotional Intelligence
Goal Setting
Planning and Executing Strategy
Curriculum Development
Training and Classroom Management
Personality Styles
Campaign Development and Strategy
Small Business Development
Business Planning
Business Optimization
and many more!

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Depression: My Battle – A Young Man’s Staggering Journey From Hopeless To Hopeful

September 15, 2014

I live a pretty extraordinarily normal life.

I currently reside in beautiful British Columbia, Canada, with my amazing family, whom I love. I am currently a full-time author at the age of 20, and I am LOVING every minute of it.

While I may be young in age, I believe my experiences and incredible adventures give me a unique perspective–a point of view you couldn’t get from anyone else.

I try to live every day as if it were my last, allowing myself to fully experience the highs and lows of each and every day. I refuse to let myself get hung up on insignificant events, and instead choose to respond with positivity, optimism, and love.

I truly hope you enjoy my books.

Thank you and have a great day!

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Altdorf by J. K. Swift

September 15, 2014

J. K. Swift lives in a log house because he couldn’t find a castle in central B.C., Canada. He is the author of “The Forest Knights” novels (http://theforestknights.com), which are set in medieval Switzerland. He has worked as a school teacher, jailhouse guard, Japanese translator, log peeler, accountant, martial arts instructor, massage therapist, technical editor, and has called a few Bingo games. He gets his story ideas while traveling in Europe, feeding his chickens, and cutting wood.

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Twist Me by Anna Zaires

September 15, 2014

Anna Zaires fell in love with books at the age of five, when her grandmother taught her to read. She wrote her first story shortly thereafter. Since then, she has always lived partially in a fantasy world where the only limits were those of her imagination. Currently residing in Florida, Anna is happily married to Dima Zales (a science fiction and fantasy author) and closely collaborates with him on all their works.

After graduating from the University of Chicago with a degree in Economics, Anna spent eight years on Wall Street analyzing stocks and writing research reports. In 2013, she became a full-time author, pursuing her lifelong dream of writing romance novels.

Dima Zales is the love of her life and a huge inspiration in all aspects of her writing. Every book Anna writes is a product of their unique collaborative process.

In addition to reading and writing, Anna enjoys drinking tea (coconut oolong, anyone?), watching addictive TV shows, and discussing book ideas during long walks with her amazing husband.

She loves hearing from her readers, so please don’t hesitate to contact her through this website or connect with her on Facebook, where she hangs out way too often. Also, please visit her husband and collaborator, Dima Zales, at www.dimazales.com and check out their fantasy & science fiction books.

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To Touch the Sun by Laura Enright

September 15, 2014

Laura Enright grew up in a suburb right outside of Chicago. She is the author of “Chicago’s Most Wanted™ The Top 10 Book of Murderous Mobsters, Midway Monsters, and Windy City Oddities” and “Vampires’ Most Wanted The Top 10 Book of Bloodthirsty Biters, Stake-wielding Slayers, and Other Undead Oddities.” To Touch the Sun is the first book in her Sentient/Feral Vampire Series set in Chicago. She is interested in any number of things, far too many for her limited free time to accommodate. Never the less, she remains a giggling idiot for the ages and encourage the world to follow suit.

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Rapeseed by Nancy Freund

September 15, 2014

Nancy Freund is a poet, editor, reviewer, and novelist. Born in New York, raised in Kansas City, and educated in Los Angeles, she was married in England, and today lives in French-speaking Switzerland. She is the author of Rapeseed, published in 2013 by Gobreau Press, Global Home Cooking in 2014, and two more novels forthcoming in 2015, Effort of Will, and Racing for the Mailbox. Her poetry and fiction have appeared in journals such as The Istanbul Review, Blood Lotus Journal, and Offshoots. In September 2012, Nancy was the writer-in-residence for webjournal Necessary Fiction, where she is also a regular book critic. Her short story ‘Marcus’ won the Geneva Writers’ first fiction prize, selected by American novelist Bret Lott in June, 2013. She co-founded the Lavaux Literary Salon (serving readers, writers, and artists representing 11 countries) and she is active in Community Literacy projects for teens and adults. She holds a B.A. in English/Creative Writing and an M.Ed. from UCLA.

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Soul Meaning (Seventeen Book 1) by AD Starrling

September 15, 2014

A.D. Starrling was born on the small island nation of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean and came to the UK at the age of twenty to study medicine. After five years of hard graft earning her MD and another five years working all of God’s hours as a Paediatrician, she decided it was time for a change and returned to her first love, writing.

Released in July 2012, Soul Meaning is her debut novel and the first in the award-winning supernatural thriller series SEVENTEEN. The second novel in the series, King’s Crusade, was released in May 2013. The third novel, Greene’s Calling, was published June 2014.

She lives in Warwickshire in the West Midlands, where she is busy writing the next instalment in the series. She still practises medicine. AD Starrling is her pen name.

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Leadership Safari: Discovering the Secret to Leadership Success

September 15, 2014

Frode Svensen has been developing people his entire career. He worked almost 15 years in international corporations as a manager and then ten years as a management consultant. Throughout these years, he developed new leaders by creating challenging environments where they could grow and fulfil their potential.
For the last ten years, Frode has supported large successful organisations through training and coaching. He has worked with leaders and teams from Europe, US and Asia. His focus is to help them implement people skills relevant for their culture and relevant for the challenges of corporations in the 21st century.

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Blind Acceptance/Blind Achievement

September 15, 2014

I grew up in the Western Suburbs of Sydney in the 50’s and 60’s.
My parents are originally from the Newcastle-Under-Lyme area of England and came to Australia in 1952 as £10 poms. They came under a migration scheme to help Australia with workers.
My father was a Painter and Decorator and I am the eldest of five children.
I met my husband, Robert, in 1973 and we married in March 1974; we were both 18 years old. We have two wonderful sons, gorgeous daughters-in-law and five incredible grandchildren. We have been extremely blessed.
When I retired 4 years ago I decided it was time to get the stories out of my head and onto paper. From there I just hoped my stories were interesting and well written enough to attract readers.

It is difficult being a new author now that anyone can publish a book. I can understand readers’ reticence to read Indie authors but hopefully they will give people like me a chance. I find as an avid reader, you can be pleasantly surprised most of the time. I can’t imagine sticking to just one or two authors and just because an author has a publisher doesn’t make them good. I have certainly read some terrible books which have been published by some of the largest companies.

I do hope readers enjoy my books and would love them to leave reviews.

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The Murder Prophet

September 15, 2014

Sherry D. Ramsey is a speculative fiction writer, artist, creativity addict, co-founder of Third Person Press, and Second Life denizen. Oh yes, and a recovering lawyer, but please don’t hold that against her. She lives in Nova Scotia with her husband, two children, two dogs, and a stack of novels in various stages of completion. Her debut novel, One’s Aspect to the Sun, was published last year by Tyche Books and won the Book Publishers of Alberta Book of the Year award for Speculative Fiction (it’s space opera).

Sherry is a member of the Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia, and a past Secretary-Treasurer and Vice-President of SF Canada. She is currently serving as SFC’s webmistress.

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BENTLEY SQUARE by Carol Ann Kauffman

September 14, 2014

Carol Ann Kauffman is an American author from Ohio, in the Midwest. She is a retired teacher in the Niles City School district, where she taught first grade for most of her thirty-five year career, but also second and third grade and was a reading specialist for her last three years. She loves to travel, play Bridge, and to garden. She grows African violets and orchids. She is the author of the Time After Time series, which follows a pair of lovers through their many lifetimes together. Her novels, classified as romantic action adventures with a sci-fi/ fantasy twist, are about life, love, loss, and lunacy. Connect with Carol on Twitter at @Cay47. Visit her website at carolannkauffman.weebly.com or visit her at Vision and Verse at visionandverse.blogspot.com., where she is editor and administrator.

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Dang: Episodes 1 & 2

September 14, 2014

Rob D Smith is a North Carolina native who spent his formative years developing a keen eye for all things redneck. He earned his BA in Psychology from UNC-Chapel Hill then “worked for a few years.” In 2001, Rob sold everything he owned and moved to Christchurch, New Zealand where he earned his MA in Theatre and Film Studies from the University of Canterbury. He went on to live and work in China and Japan. He currently lives in Tokyo and has managed to maintain his redneck sensibilities through it all

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Quotes Are Life… by Niki Kawa

September 14, 2014

Niki Kawa is no ordinary seven-year-old student. Inspired by her father and motivated by her mother, Niki Kawa wants to influence the way people live their lives. Whether it is a fellow classmate at school or her older brother Mikey, Niki is always there to provide an inspiring word to help brighten up someone’s day or lift their spirit. It is this internal fire that compelled her to compile her favorite quotes, as well as write several of her own, for the benefit of others. She believes that quotes can help people understand themselves and the world around them. Niki Kawa is an incoming second grade student at the prestigious Pine Crest School in Boca Raton, Florida. An avid reader, Niki has been reading since age three and is conversational in both English and Spanish. When she was five years old, she began writing down her favorite quotes that have inspired her or motivated her. She has over 300 favorite quotes and is honored to share some of them with you. In her spare time, Niki’s enjoys music, performance arts, drawing, and making funny videos with friends. Quotes are Life is Niki’s first book.

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Should I Take The Leap? A Guide to Self Employment

September 14, 2014

Priscilla Speicher has been writing since she was old enough to spell, entering poetry and short story contests throughout her school years – writing for the high school and college newspaper, and on it went. A career in advertising and PR lead to writing lots of that type of copy – press releases, articles, brochures, white papers, booklets, etc. Priscilla wrote many articles that were published in local and national magazines. But with a busy marketing career and 50 hour workweek, her plans to write books took a back burner. In the 2009, Priscilla left her salaried position and became a self employed marketer for small businesses. She has been self employed for five years, and realized how many other people dream of this situation. She also realized that many are not aware of the actualities of being self employed, and wanted to expose both the upsides and downsides of self employment, to allow people to make an educated decision on whether it was something they wanted to do. She is passionate about pets, saving dogs and cats from euthanasia, travel, writing, and people. She is extremely social, a lover of life. She is also passionate about healthy eating, and her next book will cover ways to eat vegetables without knowing it – lots and lots of ideas for getting vegetables into foods that non-veggie eaters like.

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Ebola K: A Terrorism Thriller by Bobby Adair

September 14, 2014

I’m just going to put this out there: I grew up with an irrational fear of Flying Monkeys. How is a little kid supposed to know that they only exist in Oz?

I’m not a native of any state. I’ve lived in so many that I see myself as a native American, which works out for me since I am also fractionally a Native American to an improbable, yet significant degree. I lived more than half of my life in Texas and I have a great affinity for Austin. it is a wonderfully diverse city full of interesting people. I now live in Colorado where I enjoy spending my time in the mountains, cycling, hiking, or walking my dogs. Oh, and writing… I do that too.

Join me on my website or Facebook page if you just can’t get enough of my BS or want some insight into upcoming books.

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Temporarily Employed by Vicki Batman

September 14, 2014

About Temporarily Employed by Vicki Batman New job. New love. And murder. Hattie Cook’s dream job is down the toilet and her new SUV violated. Desperate for cash to cover the basic necessities of rent and food, she takes a temporary job at Buy Rite insurance company where she uncovers an embezzling scam tied to […]

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Purified

September 13, 2014

I often wonder why I remember meeting some people but not others; recall some events but not all. I remember the exact time I met my brother-in-law, but I don’t know when I first saw my wife. I recall clearly the start line of my first marathon, but I can’t seem to remember the end of the one I just finished.

I guess it all has to do with knowing, at the time, how significant that person or event will be. I didn’t know my wife would be my wife, but I did know that first marathon wouldn’t be my last.

In October, 2004, while driving along a busy highway, I came up with my first story concept. It wasn’t this story, but it was my first. The event is clear in my mind; the story is still fresh. I know why I remember it so vividly. I knew right then, this event would change my life.

From there my adventure into story telling had begun, and it couldn’t have happened at a better time. I had been thrust into adulthood with the responsibility of marriage and three kids. I knew what I had to do, and embracing corporate culture was the plan. But that fell apart when the company I worked for started to fail. Corporate downsizing, pay cuts, severance packages, and buyouts were subjects of conversations that filled the air. When the axe swung, we all ducked then looked up to see who got cut.

I started writing–a proactive new plan that involved creativity. It wasn’t long before I realized the power of that word–creativity. It had been in me all along, but life simply got in the way. Creativity was only one part of the writing equation though. It’s true what they all say–writing isn’t easy.
I started that first story as a screenplay. There were less words in a formatted, one hundred page script; and who could turn away from the inevitable blockbuster that would result. The naive writer had begun, and a disastrous story was the result. But I’m not a quitter. An education in story and writing was daunting, but I dove in with my eyes wide open.

Twelve finished screenplays resulted and many other stories were conceived, outlined, started… Purified was one of the finished screenplays. It started out as a story called Wonder Drug. Rewrites changed the name to Purify. Finally, the title became Purified. Each one of those titles were compressed, expanded, elevated, and finalized. When I stepped away from screenwriting, Purified was the story I decided to pursue as my debut novel.

That pursuit was supported with a strong understanding of story and required more education in writing. Point of view, verb tense, sentence structure, and many other skills were required for the changeover to writing novels. Oh yes, also word count…

I persevered, and now Purified is published.

Like crossing the finish line of a marathon, writing this means my debut novel is done. Like standing on the start line of that first long distance race, I’ll remember this moment because I know it won’t be my last.

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On the Brink: Complete Boxed Set

September 13, 2014

Erika Rhys began writing fiction in spare moments while working for a major advertising agency. Her professional background often informs her characters and narratives. Currently, she divides her time between New York and Maine where she enjoys yoga, cooking, and spending time with her family and friends.

Join Erika on Facebook, where she enjoys chatting with her readers: https://www.facebook.com/ErikaRhys.Author

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