Tara Fox Hall received her bachelor’s degree in mathematics with a double minor in chemistry and biology from Binghamton University. Tara Fox Hall’s writing credits include nonfiction, horror ... Read full author bio >
"Fantasy fans will be enthralled by a world populated by werefoxes, werebears, werewolves and more, while evergreen themes—deception, regret, and the seeming inevitability of loneliness and despair—will pull readers in even closer. A salacious coming-of-age novel that will enrapture fantasy readers."
In June 1999, writer, director and producer David S. Goyer came across my first novel ZIGZAG in a Pasadena bookstore. Exactly 10 years after I left my one and only ... Read full author bio >
"Briskly told and well-drawn, this legal thriller (THE RULES OF ACTION) does what many courtroom-based novels and television shows do not: It stays true to the actual practice of trial law… A fast-paced tale of justice in action and a remarkably accurate portrait of a trial lawyer’s daily grind… Prospective law students are frequently encouraged to read law-student memoirs or legal hornbooks, but for a realistic view of litigation and a great deal more action, they’d do well to add this legal thriller to their reading list."
Daryl is an author (14 children’s picture books and two children's novels)/singer/songwriter/actor and premier educational performer. In 2012 he released his first children’s novel ... Read full author bio >
"Always sincere, occasionally shocking, this tale is required reading for kids and parents."
Born and raised in Barbados, and with parents passionate about books, Margaret too became a passionate reader, already immersed in romance novels, Toni Morrison, John Steinbeck, Stephen King, National Geographic ... Read full author bio >
Tony Taylor spent a long career navigating NASA spacecraft—including Voyager, Cassini, Mars Polar Lander, Galileo, and MESSENGER—to every planet in the solar system. He graduated from the U ... Read full author bio >
"The Darkest Side of Saturn (Summer 2014): A satire; a romance; a disaster epic; a treatise on science, religion, bureaucracy and hysteria; a coming-of-age tale; a meditation on messianic savior versus unbalanced fanatic; and the story of man’s obsession with space, alternate realities and doomsday prophecies. . . . Expansive brilliance . . . A wild ride . . . mind-boggling at the end."
Fred Moody was born in Missoula, Montana, and raised in the Pacific Northwest. He has long been a chronicler of Northwest life, first as a newspaper and magazine writer, then ... Read full author bio >
"A brave and eye-opening memoir by a writer who has stood on both sides of the wall between the public and the Catholic Church."
Valentine D’Arcy Sheldon received a BA in Creative Writing from Hamilton College, a Master’s degree from the Tisch School of the Arts and attended the Rhode Island School ... Read full author bio >
"The gorgeous illustrations of Santa, Mrs. Claus, their dog, Blazer, and the pointy hatted elves will make older readers pore over the details, and young readers will be delighted by the story. A promising debut that families that celebrate Christmas will likely enjoy."
Russell F. Moran was the founder and CEO of Moran Publishing Company, Inc., best known for its weekly The New York Jury Verdict Reporter. The company also published Judicial Review ... Read full author bio >
"A rare read that’s not only wildly entertaining, but also profoundly moving."
Bio of Kaye Linden
Australian born and raised, Kaye learned how to throw a boomerang when she was thirteen but never mastered the aboriginal musical instrument, the dijeridu. They say ... Read full author bio >
"Stories about shamanic journeys, healing practices and
justice explore the relationships among the people, their land and their ancestors. The net effect is rough yet magical,
practical yet playful, with an internally consistent authenticity that comes more from the author’s modern imagination
than from tradition.
A fine collection evoking nostalgia for a simpler way of life.' - Kirkus Reviews"
Elizabeth Zinn grew up in Michigan and attended the University of Michigan and the University of Paris as a Fulbright Scholar. After a career in music she spent eight years ... Read full author bio >
"The author’s love for Arizona is immersed in her lyrical writing, as the impact of environment on family is threaded wonderfully into various plotlines...Zinn’s characterization is purposeful, deep and rich... An eloquent, refreshing perspective of the struggles faced by those living along the Mexican border."
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