Ed McDonald spent his early childhood on a cattle ranch in the foothills of the Tortolita Mountains where his father was a cowboy. He holds two master’s degrees.
He ... Read full author bio >
"An Arizona town’s emergency services director preps for a cyber strike, while his daughter faces a menace of an entirely different kind in McDonald’s debut thriller series-starter. The North Korean government unsuccessfully fires missiles at the west coast of the United States. It soon appears that the action was merely a precursor to a cyberattack . . . .
McDonald maintains the momentum throughout by employing alternating perspectives of various characters and very short chapters and scenes . . . its solid writing promises a worthy series."
George Bradley owns a digital advertising firm in San Diego. He holds an MBA from University of California, San Diego and a BS in Computer Science from Rutgers University. In ... Read full author bio >
"A reinvigorated, modern approach to a reality-based philosophy."
Gail is a professional coach and emerging writer. As a coach, her specialty is helping leaders be better leaders and helping people transform their lives, change direction, start over or ... Read full author bio >
"A poignant story that explores what it means to be a family and the power of forgiveness."
Evan K Margetson is an American writer, born and raised in Harlem, New York City. He grew up back when kids played outside until the lights came on and Motown ... Read full author bio >
"Margetson effectively imagines the sweat and samba of Rio de Janeiro from a half a century ago...The book lingers and leaps with a Latin American rhythm and a tolerance for horror that feels significantly more immersive than the majority of American fiction set in the Third World...The author captures not just the facts of a moment in history but also the humanity at its center. A wondrous novel of trauma, individuality and poetry."
Dr. Nancy Saltzman, author of the best selling memoir Radical Survivor, is an Indiana Hoosier who now calls Colorado her home. She is found most mornings hiking in the foothills ... Read full author bio >
"Heartbreaking sadness leads to words of courage, perseverance, and enduring strength likely to inspire others on the path toward healing."
A Brooklyn native and long time resident of Northampton, Massachusetts, Marisa Labozzetta is the author of the novels, Sometimes It Snows in America and Stay With Me, Lella, the collection ... Read full author bio >
"...a comprehensive, compelling family portrait--a whole that's greater than the sum of its parts."
A natural born storyteller with a descriptive writing style, Tosoff's novels create energy and excitement that keep readers on the edge of their seats through action ... Read full author bio >
"Tosoff’s novel is a worthy introduction to its protagonist, whose descent into events beyond his control is plausible as well as riveting ... A thriller with a down-to-earth protagonist whose misadventures are invigorating."
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