Miki Knezevic writes both non-fiction and fiction. For many years, she has written English as a Second Language(ESL) textbooks for McGraw-Hill, plus articles for magazines and newspapers. Recently, she ... Read full author bio >
"Knezevic's characters are full of life, and the pages of her novel brim with crisp dialogue that conveys the deep emotional burdens of a family struggling to survive. Details such as fashion and food bring the past to life, and Knezevic spends time describing both the beauty and destruction of Desa's surroundings. Her descriptions of cafe lattes and flaky croissants might leave readers hungering for a trip to Paris, while the chaos that springs from the bombings of Belgrade paint an honest portrait of the horrors of war."
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 >
"The ending, even if readers can guess it, is wickedly funny. Perceptive and droll; Moore paints his story in dark but striking colors."
Roberta Degnore is the author of twelve agent-represented, published novels (Dell, Jove, Zebra, Ace...). All were published with pseudonyms but are currently being re-issued under her name.
She continues to ... Read full author bio >
"This fascinating study of human behavior wraps around a cleverly written murder mystery where the identity of both victim and murderer are held in secret until the last possible moment. Degnore subtly peels back narrative layers to bring Pearl’s deepest fears and desires to the surface."
After graduating from college, Alan became a law enforcement officer before earning a law degree. For the next twenty-six years, he worked first as a prosecutor then defense attorney for ... Read full author bio >
"A gripping, fast-moving and emotionally charged drama centered on well-drawn characters with genuine motives."
Myra Hargrave McIlvain tells stories, mostly tales about Texas and its unique history. She’s written a family humor column, Texas historical markers, and five books about Texas that were ... Read full author bio >
"A wonderful slice of history that animates mid-19th century Texas."
Len Joy’s first novel “American Past Time” was released April 19, 2014 with Hark! New Era Publishing.
He is the author of two short fiction collections, “Casualties” and “Survivors ... Read full author bio >
"This darkly nostalgic story is a study of an American family through good times and bad, engagingly set against major events from the 1950s to the '70s as issues of race simmer in the background...an expertly written examination of the importance of dreams to the human psyche.
A well-crafted novel that will particularly appeal to sports and history aficionados."
Bruce Hartman lives with his wife in Philadelphia. A graduate of Wesleyan University and Harvard Law School, he has worked as a music teacher, pianist, bookseller and attorney and has ... Read full author bio >
"THE RULES OF DREAMING: A mind-bending marriage of ambitious literary theory and classic murder mystery.... In this intricately plotted novel, Hartman... spins the familiar trappings of gothic mystery together with a fresh postmodern sensibility, producing a story that's as rich and satisfying as it is difficult to categorize.... As Hartman skillfully blurs the lines between fiction and reality, the book becomes a profound meditation on art, identity and their messy spheres of influence. An exciting, original take on the literary mystery genre."
Claude is a simple writer, but an excellent story teller. His easy style captivates readers - as evidenced by his Canadian best-selling novel Timestopper. He also was the runner up in ... Read full author bio >
"A boy’s amazing powers stand between Earth and total destruction."
Acclaimed author Susan Gabriel grew up in the archetypal American South, playing in the shade of mimosa trees and catching lightning bugs as the heat waned on long summer evenings ... Read full author bio >
"Sharp-witted, strong, curious and distrustful of authority figures not living up to her standards—including God—Louisa May [Wildflower] immerses us in her world with astute observations and wonderfully turned phrases, with nary a cliché to be found. She could be an adolescent Scout Finch....A quietly powerful story, at times harrowing but ultimately a joy to read.”"
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