John Medler is the author of two fiction thrillers. The first book, Quatrain (2011), concerns the search for the lost prophecies of Nostradamus, and the effort to use those prophecies ... Read full author bio >
"Desire to learn how all the pieces of this excellently-crafted puzzle fit together is what ultimately keeps readers breezing through to its satisfying conclusion. An action-packed, easy-to-read and timely novel...."
Taylor A. Stannard holds a Master’s Degree in English with an emphasis in Creative Writing. Her short fiction has appeared in various literary journals, including Blue Penny Quarterly, Cyprus ... Read full author bio >
"...a beautifully rendered patchwork of interesting lives.The myriad, always entertaining subplots examine why people cling so fearfully to the past...and how they can start anew when opportunities for happiness have been lost...A highly readable, authentic Southern story."
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."
John H. Matthews' work has appeared in anthologies and several literary magazines. He lives near Chicago with his wife and their American bulldog. This is where he writes, plays bass ... Read full author bio >
"Matthews’ marvelously entertaining debut short story collection is equal parts hysterically zany and forebodingly dark."
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."
Jan Walker is the author of several published books, editorial director at Plicata Press (a regional Indie press with 11 published authors to date), and retired community college teacher. She ... Read full author bio >
"Walker's characters and keen observations bring the town alive, leaving readers with a deep understanding of the people and the challenges they faced during a tumultuous era."
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