Shahid Insaf is a Psychiatrist, novelist and artist who lives and works in Branson, MO. His passion for writing was evident early on in the form of works of poetry ... Read full author bio >
"All three stories have laudable endings, but “Love” is a slam-dunk and sure to make most readers peruse the tale again—or possibly the entire book. Potent stories and strong-willed characters converge to form a well-rounded collection."
Alessandro Boccaletti, a New York University alumnus, is a researcher and science-novel writer. His first short debut guide is Big, Fat American Lion Book: An Active Guide for How to ... Read full author bio >
"A concise, informative look at the problem of obesity and the factors that make it a rapidly growing epidemic."
Dana Ridenour is a retired FBI agent. She spent most of her career as an FBI undercover operative infiltrating criminal organizations including the Animal Liberation Front, an organization of domestic ... Read full author bio >
"A vivid, suspenseful story about a torn agent on a complex covert mission."
750 authors entered the inaugural 2016 Publishers Weekly BookLife Prize in Fiction. TJ Slee won TWO out of the six possible categories:
Cloister: winner of the Mystery/Thriller category
The ... Read full author bio >
"Readers may find that keeping up with Jones’ exploits could get to be a habit."
Janet Kole was a lawyer for over thirty years, before retiring to write full time about lawyers getting murdered. Her new series, The Odd Fellows, introduces a retired lawyer and ... Read full author bio >
Craig Bennett Hallenstein is a psychologist, writer, and father of five, whose blog, Let’s Talk Sex, is a guide to conscious living and sustainable relationships. The Dolphin is his ... Read full author bio >
"Hallenstein certainly doesn’t pull any punches..."
Nisfan Nawaz is a Sri Lanka-born British American who built a career as a business and information technology professional. He wrote Energy X, his first novel, in response to his ... Read full author bio >
"A high-voltage, entertaining roller-coaster ride..."
Michael J. Canzoniero, PhD, a licensed psychologist, was born in the Bronx where his pablum was New York Yankee statistics. His first heroes were the legendary Bronx Bombers: Ruth, Gehrig ... Read full author bio >
"A deft thriller with an important message about the lasting damage of alcohol abuse."
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