Born in Cambridge, England in 1950. Ed's father was University Printer there. His mother had been a Gaumont-British baby star (at 19 she had a bit part in Hitchcock ... Read full author bio >
"“A family deals with a sleepy Northern town’s secrets in this enjoyably energetic romp.” – Kirkus Review for Bad Days in Broadacre.
“Rich with world history and a burning central question, the story provides an array of real-life characters and fascinating locations.” – Kirkus Review for The Black Carriage."
'Chasing Squirrels in Retrospect' is semi-autobiographical, which is quite embarrassing really - if you've read the book then you'll understand.
Born in 1979, Stephanie Lawless is originally from Widnes ... Read full author bio >
"This novel is apparently inspired by the chick-lit genre, but it’s heavier on humor and lighter on drinking and promiscuity. Georgia’s story, told in the first person, is almost always humorous, except when circumstances turn heartbreaking"
Elizabeth Segrave writes genre-bending novels reflecting her interests in travel, art, mystery, romance, and science fiction. She is currently hard at work on Book Three in her MEMORIA series. Read full author bio >
"Multiple genres come together to form a rewarding, incomparable novel."
J. B. Manas is co-author of the bestselling sci-fi thriller, The Kronos Interference, which Kirkus Reviews called “impressively original” and a “tour de force.” The book was named to Kirkus ... Read full author bio >
"An impressively original take on alternative history."
Darrell Kastin is an American writer, born in Los Angeles, California. His father’s parents came from Belarus in the first decade of the 20th century. His mother was ... Read full author bio >
"An extremely impressive blend of escapism and portraiture of the human condition, following in the footsteps of Jorge Luis Borges and Gabriel García Márquez."
ACM is a sixth-generation Washingtonian, who has achieved national and international recognition as an Architect, Planner, Furniture Designer, and Painter. He is a graduate of St. Albans School (1954), Princeton ... Read full author bio >
"Perceptive and droll; Moore paints his story in dark but striking colors."
Jason Thibeault received his B.A. in English (emphasis in Creative Writing) from the Campuswide Honors Program at the University of California, Irvine during which he wrote "An Ordinary Magic ... Read full author bio >
"'...incredible narrative is...a superb magical tribute to fathers, sons, and those that love them."
Gene Ferraro writes and produces presentations and events for businesses and organizations. He has also worked in documentary film, and, earlier in his career, taught motion picture production at Stephens ... Read full author bio >
"Ferraro's lean and expertly plotted debut novel tells the story of several people - families as well as priests - caught in a tangle of violence and corruption that stretches from Massachusetts to the Vatican."
Aided by a number of objective seminarians, Pippa Greene (the one on the left) has been studying the early history of Christianity for the last few years. Pippa's eerie ... Read full author bio >
"...(Greene's) creative narrative effectively paints scenes of both early America and the present day, which seem to be nearly equal in their levels of dark magic....The book's juxtaposition of the earnest and the downright zany make it a biting work."
John Henry Hardy served more than thirty three years in the US Marine Corps, first as an artilleryman and than a military policeman. At the end of his first stint ... Read full author bio >
"Hardy masterfully depicts how the weight of family history can accumulate over successive generations, and how such a legacy can be either a guiding compass or an oppressive yoke. He also captures the barbarous reality of war.A sensitively rendered story about the impact of the past on the future, and about the morally clarifying effects of war."
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