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"
P. Edmund Fischetti (PEF) has published his first Novel "Big Train's Backyard"(BTB) at the age of fifty-nine. His unique story-telling skills, honed from years of working as a ... Read full author bio >
About the author: Sir Charles N. George Sirtup III is a world explorer and amateur physical anthropologist who spent his early years working in obscurity in conjunction with American Banks ... Read full author bio >
"...brilliantly executed tale. This is an astounding book."
Patrick W. O'Bryon emerged from a family of academics, fully intent on following in those same footsteps. He was named a Fulbright Scholar to Germany, a Princeton National Fellow ... Read full author bio >
"The novel is rife with historical intrigue and captures the flavor of mid-century Europe...An intriguing early WWII spy yarn set in a well-researched, authentic Germany."
Terrence L. Williams is a retired Central Intelligence Agency Operations Officer with over thirty years of experience conducting and managing covert operations in Asia, Europe and Eastern Europe.
He is ... Read full author bio >
"Classic elements of a modern espionage story abound: mystery, intrigue, danger, technology, and importantly, a sense of immediacy, thanks to the global forces at play."
A former journalist, Geoff continues to write, and has authored three books. Most recently he co-authored Marketing in the Round, and wrote the social media primer Welcome to the Fifth ... Read full author bio >
"Author Livingston (Marketing in the Round, 2012, etc.) presents the perils of medievallike life with unflagging realism. He threatens his characters with food shortages, wolf attacks, river crossings and egotistical outbursts.
But sharp, bracing prose makes the quieter moments just as powerful: “A fever, now apparent in the man’s pale, sweat-streaked face, had wasted his long frame.” Such evocative writing helps the novel’s valuable message of religious moderation shine through: “Forced faith breeds sins, encourages hatred, terror, and violence,” Mordecai tells Pravus. “Your brutal teaching denies the essential virtues of faith, hope, and charity.”"
Simi K. Rao has probably the unique distinction of being a physician who has authored a work of contemporary romance.
In her debut novel 'An Incurable Insanity', the writer provides ... Read full author bio >
"In Rao’s debut novel, an arranged Indian marriage sets the stage for an intimate look at the exasperating madness of love...An often intoxicating...will-they-or-won’t-they tale."
Ovidiu Slavoiu is a keen SF story designer, inspired by the human behavior, the mysteries of existence, and the miracle of creation. In his writings, he blends scientific and metaphysical ... Read full author bio >
"A highly original debut novel about a scientist making a discovery that defies science."
John Lansing started his career as an actor in New York City. He spent a year at the Royale Theatre playing the lead in the Broadway production of “Grease.” He ... Read full author bio >
"When action erupts, Lansing doesn't hold back, and the explosive finale reads like something that blockbuster director Michael Bay might dream up. A pulse-pounding thriller with a charming protagonist."
Michael Gaddis spent ten years as a Marine Corps officer. He served with the infantry in the First and Second Battalions, Third Marine Regiment out of Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, where ... Read full author bio >
"…the story’s forceful denouement of desperate warfare, and Scofield’s final engagement, fully justifies the book’s title.”"
Daniel K. Gilbert has written a novel based on his grandparents' lives, a love that endured through the labyrinth of history.
In 1941, Caroline Baum is walking down the streets ... Read full author bio >
"A captivating story of fortitude, family bonds and hope against all odds."
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