Stephanie Wilson Medlock is a novelist, and writer of short fiction and memoir. She also performs her shorter pieces as part of the vibrant story telling scene in the Midwest ... Read full author bio >
"Her story quickly transcends the conventions of a mere mystery novel to become a story full of depth and meaning, as her unusual gift comes to symbolize an approach to life that she must leave behind."
Paul Leone grew up on a strange diet of Tolkien, Lewis, Lucas, Roddenberry, Stoker, monster movies and comic books. This genre passion has inexplicably fused with his entrance into the ... Read full author bio >
"A bored socialite joins a small band of vampire hunters in Leone’s (Mysterious Albion, 2013) latest thriller, the second in the Vatican Vampire Hunters series.' - Kirkus Reviews"
Walter once had 5 five books simultaneously in Amazon’s top 100 e-book Best Sellers List. All his books have hit the top 2% of e-book sales at Kobo. His ... Read full author bio >
"Fans of religious and historical fiction—perhaps Walter Wangerin’s masterpiece The Book of God (1998) in particular—will find a great deal in these pages to keep them entertained.
Richly enjoyable biblical fiction."
Born in Serbia, Milena Banks has lived in China, Japan and the UK, and has experienced the fascinating nuances of multiculturalism: how the perspective of race, politics, manners, and gender ... Read full author bio >
"A spectacular novel of colonial China that should put this first time author on the map."
Seth Coleman graduated from San Jose State University in 1973 with a focus on public relations and journalism. He has since spent his career specializing in marketing for franchises such ... Read full author bio >
"Coleman (Critical Transfer, 2013)...... jumps quickly from one action-packed event to another in fast-paced storytelling that’s highly enjoyable."
I hold a Ph.D. in anthropology and was a practicing archaeologist for nearly 20 years. During that time I conducted research in the American Southwest and Southeast, and Central ... Read full author bio >
"Alone and lost again, I am, and once on shore surrounded by an alien sea. But on this land I beg, please, for reasons of which I am not certain, but allow the dead to seem dead and leave the living alone, please. A wild and bitter wind began to blow."
Originally from England, Writer and Film-Maker, Tom now resides in Boston, Massachusetts.
His novel, First Night, set in Boston during the New Year’s Eve festival, introduced the unlikely heroines ... Read full author bio >
Barbara J. Dzikowski earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in philosophy and counseling, respectively, from Indiana University. These areas of study fueled her desire to create fiction that examines the human ... Read full author bio >
"In her first novel, Dzikowski has created a world complete enough to transport the reader back in time and a spunky protagonist whose emotional journey breaks the heart. Dzikowski's poignant, engrossing historical novel vividly parallels the last brutal days of segregation with the experiences of a small town girl coming of age in a racist society."
Linda Johnson has been a freelance writer, illustrator, and designer for 25-plus years and is communications director at an independent school in Washington, D.C. She lives on a small ... Read full author bio >
"Johnson’s debut is, at its core, a pastoral tale, a celebration of the rustic music and rich traditions of the hills and hollows of Virginia and West Virginia and their ability to offer relief and purpose in a harsh, lonesome world....a charming story about a bygone time where even magic seems possible."
M. H. Burton grew up in a small farm town in the Midwest, dropped out of the University of Minnesota due to lack of ability and interest in Civil Engineering ... Read full author bio >
"Zach Roper turned in his cop’s badge and now is trying to make it on the PGA Champions Tour, where the above-50 crowd continues to play golf at a high level. As he tries to make the cut, he finds himself embroiled in stuff that doesn’t typically attend a golf match: murder, embezzlement, sexual stalking, and international intrigue. To Burton’s credit, he not only makes these episodes (four separate stories, each about 60 pages) credible, but he has what appears to be a comfortable familiarity with police procedural work and golfing---its joys and sorrows and the elemental feel of the golfing landscape."
T. Mullen is Tom Mullen. He is the author of a dozen non-fiction and fiction books about travel, wine, history, and environmental issues. He spent two dozen years providing consulting ... Read full author bio >
"From a global cast of winemakers come intimate, revealing comments about their art, which swing between invigorating to mellow … Mullen returns with these insights into why folks involved with the wine trade are in love with their work. The reasons are legion but all of a part: being outdoors and in tune with the seasons, entering into a partnership with the grapes, pride in the art of creation and an independence of spirit…Included are photographs heavily saturated with atmosphere, the kind you can almost smell before you see them ... A fine, maverick company of winemakers hold court about the thing they love best: communing with the world of the grape."
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