Sign Changes is a novel about ideas and the ways they have changed us. It is about the way you came to understand the very words you are reading now. About the origins of symbol use. Kpol and his tribe struggle to survive an ice age 100,000 years ago and adapt to new ways. In 16th century England, a young boy leaves the countryside to learn to read and print books. In the near-present computer age, a man and woman prepare for the bombs they fear will fall. And in the distant future, a new form … [Read more...] about Sign Changes by Bart Hopkins Jr.
When a former client reaches out to psychotherapist Kate Huntington and reveals a foreign diplomat’s dark secret, then dies of ‘natural causes’ just days later, Kate isn’t sure what to think. Was the man delusional or is she now privy to dangerous information? Soon she discovers her client was totally sane... and he was murdered. Someone is now trying to eliminate her, and anyone and everyone she might have told. Forced into hiding, she and her husband, Skip, along with the operatives of his … [Read more...] about COLLATERAL CASUALTIES, A Kate Huntington Mystery by Kassandra Lamb
As a physician, I have gotten a special glimpse into abnormal psychology. I have treated convicted, but sane, criminals in my office; I have treated not yet convicted criminals; and I have treated unincarcerated people with every flavor of psychological abnormality. I have received training in the largest inpatient psych facility in the southeast, and Georgia's largest maximum security hospital for the criminally insane. (You know, where they go when the lawyer gets them 'off' on insanity … [Read more...] about Crime fiction. Criminal Psychology 101 – Guest Post by Gabrielle Black
Seeds need water, sun, ... and soil. Elyse was a forbidden child. Her parents gave up their youth for the dream of a new start for humanity. They broke the rules to give their daughter a head start. But when their colony ship arrives, the target planet is a ball of ice, and Elyse is left to watch the adults around her cope with devastating failure, and try to make something out of her own life at the same time. The Speed of Winter is the first in the Four Seasons quintet, which explores … [Read more...] about The Speed of Winter by B. Morris Allen