Her new novel The LoveLock, is a suspenseful and sensual love story!
Dr. Eichin Chang-Lim was born in Taiwan. She earned her doctorate in
optometry from Southern California College of Optometry and is
currently in a private practice with her husband near L.A. They have
one son, Theodore, and one daughter, Victoria, and live in Orange County.
Eichin is passionate about writing, acting, and enjoys listening to
classical music and opera.
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Award-winning inventor and author, Lizzie Chantree, started her own business at the age of 18 and became one of Fair Play London and The Patent Office's British Female Inventors of the Year in 2000. She discovered her love of writing fiction when her children were little and now runs networking hours on social media, where creative businesses, writers, photographers and designers can offer advice and support to each other. She lives with her family on the coast in Essex.
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The Frenchman's Daughters, is one of those best fact based historical
fiction novels, taking us back to the time of World War Two. The plot
is wonderfully sketched by the author, using storyline twists to make
the reader want to keep on reading. This novel depicts some of the
scenarios that were happening during the World War Two. You will never
lose your attention while reading this. If you like adventure tales,
then this book is for you. A Best read for all adventure lovers.
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About John Rose Putnam
John came west as a young man and settled in Berkeley where he graduated from
the University of California. He still lives and writes there and often gives
a talk on the California gold rush to the gang at the Freight and Salvage.
He spent a lot of time digging into that gold rush too and many of his stories
take place back then. John's characters are so real they'll jump right off the
page and talk to you; his villains have hearts as cold as midnight and his
heroes almost always do the right thing in the end.
He's working up quite a reputation for his knowledge of that era too. His blog,
My Gold Rush Tales, attracted the interest of some TV folks and he appeared in
a segment for the Travel Channel about Henry Meiggs, the man who built
San Francisco's famous Fisherman's Wharf.
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While his first novel, Hangtown Creek, a story of adventure, romance, and coming
of age in the early days of the gold rush, was published in 2011, his brand new
book, Into the Face of the Devil, moves between Hangtown and the sawmill where
James Marshall first found gold, and pits a young man in love for the first time
against a killer so evil he could pass for Satan.
About Paul James
Paul James is an engineer with a life-long interest in books and writing.
Originally from England, he's lived with his family near Toronto, Canada,
for many years and where he walks, runs and takes wildlife photos whenever
the weather will let him. In his writing, he likes to capture the humorous
side of life even when sometimes the world doesn't seem to warrant it --
as we saw in his earlier book, Diary of a Canadian Nobody.
For his new series, The Modest Proposal Institute, he's returned to one
of his earliest loves -- science fiction
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About Dan Strawn
Dan Strawn took up creative writing after a long career in business and education.
In addition to Dan's longer works, his stories and essays have been published in a
number of editions of Idaho Magazine and Trail Blazer Magazine. His short story,
Son, was a first place winner in Idaho Magazine's 2014 Short Fiction Contest.
His essay, Everyman's Smalltown, was a finalist in the University of Oregon's
2005 Northwest Perspectives Essay Contest.
He is an active member of the Western Writers of America and a life member of
the AT&T Pioneers.
A past member of the Board of Directors of the Nez Perce National Historic
Trail Foundation, Dan has worked with the Nez Perce National Park and the
Oregon State Parks as an interpreter of the Nez Perce experience.
He lives in Vancouver, Washington with his wife Sandi.
On occasion he teaches courses for the Mature Learning division
at Clark Community College in Vancouver. In 2008 he took his
students to eastern Oregon and Idaho, where they experienced
first hand the Nez Perce story they had been studying.
list of publications
Issac's Gun--An American Tale, bluewood publishing ltd
Breakfast At Blair's bluewood publishing ltd
Body of Work Trafford Publishing Trafford.com
Lame Bird's Legacy bluewood publishing ltd Black Wolf's Return
,nominated by the PNWBA for a 2014 Book Award,
Nez Perce Collection bluewood publishing ltd
The Dead Possum Gang bluewood publishing ltd
Coming soon, The Haunting of Josef Fleischer
About S. Jackson
I grew up in a small Kansas (USA) town and I lived in more than one state since then. At this time, my husband and I split our time between Kansas and Colorado (we love the mountains and off road 4-wheeling). Traveling is one of our most favorite things to do and I always have a book or even three books that I read, in the same week. Books were really my thing. It seemed like every time I turned around I was obtaining a new library card due to the current one being stamped complete. Diving into a good book made any day perfect and you would be surprised at the number of books I read over and over. I drew paper dolls and clothes for them, and using watercolor as my medium when painting scenes, especially flowers. I continued with art in high school exploring a wide variety of arts and I loved it! The creative side of me loves to be an amateur, shutter-bug, and we actually have an online art gallery. In college I went into the sciences of all things and received a Bachelor's degree in the Science of Nursing. My nursing career was highly successful and I hung up my nursing hat in December 2012.
S. Jackson is a retired registered nurse; a member of the Catholic Church, and has taught kindergarten Catechism; she has worked in various capacities for The American Cancer Society, March of Dimes, Cub and Boy Scouts, (son, Gene, is an Eagle Scout), and sponsored trips for high school music children. She loves all forms of art but mostly focuses on the visual arts; such as amateur photography, traditional, and graphic art as her health allows.
She has written more than 16 books with five more in various stages of production.
A. Raymond is a member of the Catholic Church, and has helped his wife with The American Cancer Society, March of Dimes, Cub and Boy Scouts, and sponsored children alongside his wife on music trips. He devotes his spare time to fishing, reading, playing poker, Jeeping, and travel adventures with his wife. Both love spending time with their grandson, Austin, and granddaughter, Emma.
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The Adventures of Ear Z; The Beginning Volume 1
What started out as a normal day for Ear-Z and his friends turns into
a day of unexpected adventure, confusion and chaos. While hanging with
his friends (new and old), family and intergalactic creatures at Green
Pond, they get captured by humans. Ear-Z won't stop until all his
friends are safe from harm Riveting read, with a creative imaginative
plot that leaves you wanting more. Sci Fi with action with a blend of
romance and funny animals. Curiosity and innocence mixed with prevalent
dynamic tension and plots. The ending is terrific and it's a story for
all ages. Morality and friendship are tested. This story leaves you on
the edge of your seat. The book will give the amazing feeling of
anticipation. Uplifting and pleasantly surprising. The wonder and the
mix of lively characters will have you eager and wanting to read on.
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About R.C. Carter
My wife and I have both had a life long ambition to be authors. For me it began with my love for JRR Tolkien's writing's, especially the Hobbit. For my wife it began with her love of the writing's of Isaac Asimov and Agatha Christie. For the past forty years we have been busy with careers, raising children and watching grandchildren grow. Through the years, we have been involved with small theatre groups. Many of the skits and plays we wrote ourselves or in collaboration with others. We now live four hours away from our children and their families. So, we find ourselves with some free time. We decided if we were ever going to write a book it had to be now.
We are the proud parents of 6 children, who are the proud parents of 12 children. We also love paranormal investigating. We have investigated many sites on our own. We also enjoy going on ghost hunts with Ghost Hunt Weekends led by Chad Morin and celebrity guest ghost hunters. Ideal Events is also another favorite ghost hunting experience for us. We've investigated in private homes, Ft Mifflin, St.Augustine Lighthouse, Sloss Furnace and Moon River Brewery.
We also love to travel and cruise.
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About the author
Phil Running Bear started his teenage life as an emancipated minor in Hollywood, California,
where he worked with the stuntman of the year for three years in the 80's. Phil then attended
Le Cordon Bleu and earned his culinary degree. He has been an Executive and Corporate Chef.
He worked in Glacier Park and at a Posh resort in Death Valley, California. He also worked for
the El Tovar Hotel at the Grand Canyon. Phil worked as a General Manager, having been in
charge of as many as 40 restaurants at one point in his life. Phil worked for Marriott Hotels
as a Chef and took part in an employee exchange with Euro Disney where he worked outside of
Paris in a restaurant called the Blue Bayou. He ran a successful online business after taking
Business Management in College at the age of forty. He arrived DOA at a Las Vegas hospital
where his heart was stopped for 25 minutes before being resuscitated. Phil has written over
200 songs of which one was performed by Tom Petty in the late 80's. He plays guitar, harmonica
and keyboards. He has very talented children that all play instruments and sing very well.
Phil enjoys writing westerns as he loves the stories by the old western authors.
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About Marie Drake
Award-winning author, Marie Drake lives in a small town near Lake Ontario with her husband, four sons, and three rescue pups. With many years of experience in the Foster Care community and advocating for other victims and survivors, she specializes in realistic and psychological fiction depicting the lives of abuse sufferers; their obstacles, their triumphs, and their downfalls.
"Three Rules" won a bronze medal in the 2015 Readers Favorite International Book Award Contest.
"Three Rules" was a "Kindle Book Review 2014 Best Kindle Book Awards Semifinalist" in the top 20 contenders in its genre. http://ow.ly/yGafU
"Three Rules" has received a five-star review from the Readers' Favorite Book Reviews and Awards Contest with its entry into the 2015 event. It garnered a '5' rating for all aspects of the mini critique: Appearance, Plot, Development, Formatting, Marketability, and Overall Opinion.
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About Gary B. Sedillo
Gary B. Sedillo is an aspiring writer nesting in the Arizona desert. Cliché to the term "it's a dry heat", Gary would rather describe it as an oven with two temperatures; hot and hell. As hot as it may be, you can find him sipping on a cup of coffee and reading a good book or keeping up with the latest technological trends.
Digital designer and developer by trait, Gary enjoys getting lost in his writing. If he's not writing, he's goofing off with his 11 year old son.
Gary enjoys story telling, action/comedy movies, video games, most genres of music, playing drums and eating a good pizza.
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About HM Holten
Born in Denmark, I grew up in a scholastic family with Croatian, Swedish, and German ties. My family took a large interest in literature and music. Academia didn't attract me, but I learned to read and played several instruments before I started school. I've worked in all wakes of life, starting as a ground hostess in the Copenhagen Airport. In London I took on Pizza Hut, as well as The Danish Embassy, as a cook. I also worked as an assistant dry cleaner and in a candle shop. In between I took an education in Body Massage (ITEC). I've designed costumes for several productions at a Children's Opera, and managed more than one chamber music group. After graduating as an opera singer, I alternatively performed, gave concerts and taught people to sing. A favourite pastime has always been painting and I had a showcase in Guildford. Performing and teaching gave me a keen eye for details and so has travelling and living abroad. My reading habits are both inspiring and educational, something I regard as decisive when I started to write diaries, poetry, and other observations. Eventually that sparked my interest in composing a full-scale novel. My family history presented the setting and influenced the story line of 'Snares and Delusions'. I moved to Germany a few years ago but preserve strong connections with the UK.
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About Vicky Whedbee
Vicky Whedbee was born and raised in Daytona Beach, Florida, where she resided until her 40's when she relocated to San Mateo, Florida, where she currently resides with her husband. An avid reader, she wrote her first novel over a period of years as a labor of love and fulfillment of a life long dream that began with the encouragement of her Engish teacher in high school.
With a diagnosis of cancer for her dad, she decided to become an independent author and published her novel on her own in order to present a finished product to her father before his demise. She was in the process of reading said novel, "Things He Hadn't Told Her", to him at the time of his passing. She wrote her second novel "Sarah's Song", which was a collaboration with her father set in the time of his childhood in the rural Appalachian mountains, with notes taken prior to his demise. Both books have been met with stellar 5-STAR reviews on Amazon & Goodreads, as well as awarded the 5-STAR review seal from Reader's Favorite.
After numerous requests, she wrote a sequel to Sarah's Song, titled Sarah's Home, which could also be read as a stand-alone. It, too, is being received with love and 5-STAR reviews.
She is currently working on her next novel.
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About Kimberly Brouillette
After over 7 years of writing, award-winning author Kimberly Brouillette
is pleased to present her exciting paranormal mystery thrillers, The Monastery
Murders series. The paranormal scenes in her books are inspired by her personal
experiences, while living in an extremely haunted apartment for almost 3 years,
as well as doing numerous paranormal investigations.
The fi rst books in the series, Secrets in the Shallows (Book 1) and Devil
in the Details (Book 2) are the 2014 and 2015 Paranormal Awards winners
for fi ction, respectively. Books 1 and 2 each have earned 5-Stars reviews on
Readers’ Favorites. Book 2 also won the 2016 New Apple Award for mystery.
The highly anticipated conclusion of the series, Method in the Madness
(Book 3), has gained rave reviews and maintains a 5-Star rating on Amazon.
Currently, Kimberly is writing Fury of the Fallen (Book 1) of a sequel series,
The Forever Fallen. In addition, she is producing the entire Monastery Murder
Series in audio book format.
Kimberly earned her B.S. in earth science/geology from the University
of North Carolina at Charlotte and her M.A. in Biblical studies from Trinity
Theological College & Seminary. She has been editor and contributing editor
for numerous published books and has written many published articles for
periodicals and Internet blogs. Kimberly also enjoys reading, music, history,
traveling and spending time with her loved ones.
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