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."
Liz Lehman's ownership in a chain of boutiques led her to the fashion capitals of the world. For lifestyle magazines she penned monthly columns on beauty and fashion. Characterized ... Read full author bio >
"Lehman's debut novel introduces the Grants, a powerful Florida family whose superwealthy members are out for one another's blood and money. Most of the action takes place in the homes and grounds of the fabulous wealthy on their private island. This peek behind the curtains offers a look at how the .01 percent lives, providing the book's most colorful, enjoyable renderings."
With credentials as a Nationally Certified Counselor and personal experience with mental health care, novelist and columnist Tanya J. Peterson uses writing to increase understanding of and compassion for people ... Read full author bio >
"A vital tool for sufferers and their families that broadens understanding of a debilitating illness."
Grace Mattioli is the author of Olive Branches Don't Grow On Trees (2012) and Discovery of an Eagle (2014). She writes realistic fiction filled with humor and insight. Escape ... Read full author bio >
"by the end, (readers) may be surprised to find that they, too, have undergone an emotional odyssey...poignant and well-drawn."
Edmund Dollinger has been practicing estate and probate law for over fifty years, but not loan sharking or murder--nor have any of his clients lost their heads. This novel draws ... Read full author bio >
"An engaging narrative with a healthy dose of legal intrigue and local color."
Thomas A. Lewis is a veteran journalist (National Wildlife, Smithsonian, Civil War magazines) and broadcaster (Voice of America) who has written six non-fiction books, two of which received favorable critical ... Read full author bio >
"A riveting, somewhat terrifying work of political speculative fiction."
Lisa Slabach resides in Davis, California with her husband and two daughters. She received an undergraduate degree in Dramatic Art from Whitman College and Master of Fine Arts in Acting ... Read full author bio >
"Through Susan, Slabach crafts a relatable, heartbreakingly real story that will no doubt resonate with those at a similar station in life: women who love their families yet yearn for just a little more—to feel wanted rather than needed, to feel passion rather than complacency. In engaging prose and through skillful storytelling, Slabach captivates with an all-too-familiar story that raises questions with no easy answers."
Jan Surasky has worked as a book reviewer, movie reviewer, and entertainment writer for a San Francisco daily newspaper. Her many articles and short stories have been published in national ... Read full author bio >
"Forbidden love and long-held secrets abound in Surasky's (RAGE AGAINST THE DYING LIGHT, 2012) compelling coming-of-age novel."
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