“Dead Reckoning” by David M. Kelly

Author Bio David M. Kelly is a writer of speculative fiction. Raised on the classics of Robert Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke, Harry Harrison among others, he focuses on character-based fiction, fascinating plots and solid story-telling. David’s interest in science and technology began early. At the age of six his parents allowed him to stay up late into the night to watch the television … Continue reading “Dead Reckoning” by David M. Kelly

New Indie #Awethor Elizabeth Horton-Newton

Originally posted on Plaisted Publishing House:
Elizabeth Horton-Newton is an #Awethor who started writing stories as a young child.  She writes wonderful stories and her short story “April Shower,” can be found in Awethology Dark.   Tell us a bit about yourself. I’ve been writing since I was a child. In fact, when I was in the fourth grade we had to write an essay… Continue reading New Indie #Awethor Elizabeth Horton-Newton

Awethology Light & Awethology Dark

Originally posted on Plaisted Publishing House:
The excitement mounts as the ‘Get down with Awethors,’ event draws closer.  Here in New Zealand we are less than 24 hours away, so don’t forget to drop in and say hi to your South Pacific #Awethors.  We will start this event along with Australia, who is only a couple of hours behind.  Then the rest of the world… Continue reading Awethology Light & Awethology Dark

“Realm Jumper Chronicles” by Raven Williams

Bio: Raven Williams describes herself as a beautiful mess disguised as a human being. Within this beautiful mess words swirl around until they coalesce into fictional, fantasy stories or poetry for the world to read. When Raven is not writing, she is creating art in the form of fractal designs and abstract paintings.  She is also a caregiver for a disabled family member and three … Continue reading “Realm Jumper Chronicles” by Raven Williams

“When Angels Fly” by S. Jackson & A. Raymond

Authors: S Jackson and A Raymond BIO: We both grew up in the middle of Kansas, and we currently split our time between Colorado and Kansas. We love traveling, reading, poker, enjoying the mountains and off road 4-wheeling.  BUY: “When Angels Fly” “We often find ourselves daydreaming about what our futures will be like. This may be especially true if one lives in an environment … Continue reading “When Angels Fly” by S. Jackson & A. Raymond

“Jet: Abducted” by Lynda Filler

In this second book in the “Jet World” series things get personal for Jet when her baby daughter Hannah is kidnapped. While the trusted babysitter is shopping at the mall little Hannah is practically snatched from under her nose. At the same time a beautiful young woman, Allegra, recently crowned Miss Jalisco, is also kidnapped. The daughter of a well known Mexican judge, a huge … Continue reading “Jet: Abducted” by Lynda Filler

Michelle Medhat

Author Name:  Michelle Medhat Book Titles: Connected: The Call Connected: The Shift Connected: The Call and The Shift (Author’s Cut)  Genre and Sub-Genre: Spy, sci-fi, love story, thriller, political, fantasy Book Content Rating:  Adult (18+) Based on language, violence, sexual content. Author Bio Michelle Medhat, BA (Hons) FRSA FIoD FIKE MCIM Michelle Medhat has had an exciting career that spans over 26 years in technology, science, … Continue reading Michelle Medhat

Why Stay? Why Leave? Why Abuse?

Originally posted on Between the Beats:
I have listened to the questions and read the responses to the domestic abuse questions; why do the abused stay and why do they finally leave. While I admit it started me remembering my personal experiences it also got me thinking about why I was being abused. Once again, as I had many years ago, I questioned whether I… Continue reading Why Stay? Why Leave? Why Abuse?

“Song of Simon” by C.A. Sanders

I was attracted to this book by two things; the stringed musical instrument on the cover and the fact that the main character, Simon, comes from suburban New York. Coming from New York myself I was curious to learn about Simon’s adventures.  Simon doesn’t spend a lot of time in New York; very quickly he is whisked away to a fantasy world. What a fantasy … Continue reading “Song of Simon” by C.A. Sanders

Rachael McIntosh

Author Name:  Rachael L. McIntosh Book Titles: Security Through Absurdity Book One: Little Yellow Stickies  Book Two: Bubbles Will Pop  Book Three: The Big Show Genre and Sub-Genre: Contemporary Literature  /  Fiction Political / YA>Fiction>US History>21st century AUDIENCE : GenX, Young Adult, Conspiracy Curious KEY SELLING POINTS Based on a true story Details of pre- 9/11 defense contracting, the US Housing Collapse, and the 2012 Republican … Continue reading Rachael McIntosh