This book is on tour from 01/23/13 to 02/23/13. Please spread the word! Important: Repressed memories are sometimes worse than the truth. Jane is well into her thirties and still living with her parents in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, in a dependent condition, like a teenager. She would love to move out and live on her own as an adult. But she can't keep a job or take on any responsibility that would allow her to be independent. Jane just wants to be a normal person. Years of alcohol and drugs … [Read more...] about The Dark Lake by Anthea Carson
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Barnes returns to Valley End High, this time with bits of his lost memory returning. Find out what happens when he finally learns the dark secret behind the largest high school in the world. Part of the LYCCYX universe, the Valley End High series describes some of the events that take place on Earth while the main story of LYCCYX focuses on the lunar colony know as LB127. Targeted Age Group: all Genre: mystery, thriller, short stories Why did you decide to produce an audio … [Read more...] about Return to Valley End High by Brian Barber
Have you ever wondered if the life of the woman standing next to you in the check-out line is as weird as yours? Could it be possible that you are trapped in a bizarre reality show, where the object of the game is to get the crazy lady to flip-out; just one more time? If so, then this book confirms that you are in good company. I Was In Love With a Short Man Once, an Amazon Best Seller, is a story collection written from the perspective of a crazy, southern, Irish gal. Follow her as she … [Read more...] about I Was In Love With a Short Man Once by Kimberly Dalferes
Author Bio: Marlayna Glynn Brown is an author, screenwriter, actress, producer, poet, yogi and photographer. Marlayna was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada but now lives wherever she lays her head. Overlay - A Tale of One Girl's Life in 1970s Las Vegas is Volume 1 in the Memoirs of Marlayna Glynn Brown trilogy. It was published in March 2012. City of Angeles is Volume 2 in the trilogy and was published in July 2012. Big as All Hell and Half oF Texas is the final volume and was … [Read more...] about Interview with Author – Marlayna Glynn Brown
Harry Williamson is an ex-merchant seaman, a successful businessman and a loving family man. When he disappears from a ferry in the middle of the Irish Sea, his grieving family are left with more questions than answers. Who on earth is Mary Robinson? Why did Harry leave her a small fortune in his will? Had he been unfaithful to his beloved late wife, Lesley? As they delve into his past, they discover he’s been harbouring a secret which threatens to tear apart the very fabric of their … [Read more...] about It Never Was You: Part Two of the Cypress Branches Trilogy by William E. Thomas
Sometimes being a geneticist isn’t enough to understand your family.... Joanna Lyon is the great-granddaughter of the legendary TwenCen musician Sean Lyon. She may have inherited her ancestor's musical talent, but her parents' bitter divorce and her Uncle Jack's attempts to remake her into another Sean have left her hostile toward her family and music. Her passion is for science, but since she has no access to the family funds, she struggles to earn enough credits for graduate school. Then her … [Read more...] about Audio Book: Lyon’s Legacy by Sandra Ulbrich Almazan
Author Bio: Vickie Britton, along with her sister Loretta Jackson, is the author of over forty novels. The sisters have co-authored the Jeff McQuede High Country Mystery Series: Murder in Black and White, Whispers of the Stones, and Stealer of Horses. They have also written the eight-book archaeological Ardis Cole Mystery Series and the Pre-Columbian Treasure Series. Vickie's interests include history and criminal justice. She lives in Hutchinson, Kansas. What inspires you to write? My … [Read more...] about Interview with Author – Vickie Britton @vickiebrit
The highly-anticipated sequel to an Amazon Top 10 (Military Science Fiction) is finally here. The Battle for New Earth breaks out into a full-scale war and introduces upgraded technology on both sides. Will the Resistance succeed in delivering the cure or will humanity finally embrace the inevitable? Join us for the adventure of a lifetime and remember: nothing grows unless it dies. Targeted Age Group: all Genre: Action Adventure, Science Fiction, Dystopian Why did you … [Read more...] about Audio Book: LYCCYX Episode 2: Rise of the Hyans by Brian Barber @lyccyx
Zoe and Zak are lost in exotic India, where gods and magic still exist. Before they can find their way home, they just have to do one little thing... ...Save a mythical creature from an ancient evil that wants to rule the world. When Zoe Guire goes along on her mom's business trip to India, things get very weird, very quickly. An elephant god speaks to her from the bottom of a swimming pool... She and her classmate Zak get locked in a trunk and shipped off to a strange city near the foothills … [Read more...] about Audio Book: Ghost Leopard by Lars Guignard @Lars_Gu
In the struggle for survival... Meghan's graduation gift is one that any eighteen-year-old would dream of: traveling abroad to England. Her journey turns into more adventure than expected when Meghan meets the mysterious Kiernan and is introduced to a strange society hidden beneath the streets of London. The fittest win out at the expense of their rivals... When Meghan's life is threatened, she flees the city and seeks sanctuary in a distant village--a place unseen by human eyes for over one … [Read more...] about Audio Book: Wings of Shadow by Anna Kyss @AnnaKyss
This book is on tour from 03/07/2013 to 04/30/13. Please spread the word! Reeling from his wife's unsolved murder, Malcolm Cutter is just going through the motions as a chauffeur and bodyguard for Hollywood's rich and famous. Then a pair of Guatemalan tough guys offer him a job. It's an open question whether they're patriotic revolutionaries or vicious terrorists. Either way, Cutter doesn't much care until he gets a bomb through his window, a gangland beating on the streets of L.A., and three … [Read more...] about January Justice by Athol Dickson
One of the eternal questions about writing is how to go about the messy business of actually putting stories together. The kind of books I write are slippery to plot: character-driven fiction is focused on following a character’s personal growth and has a lot less plot-based oomph than some genres (genres like thriller, fantasy, “active” romance). When I was writing The Sock Wars – which took me almost six years – I found it difficult to find the story arc. I was working full-time and … [Read more...] about Guest Post by by Maia Sepp How to Write by the Seat of Your Pants: Outline or No?