Title: Immortal Touch
Genre: Paranormal Suspense
Author: Ethan Peasley
ISBN - 978-1-46207-356-6
Asael was once a man. Now he drinks blood merely to stay alive. Once a strong warrior who failed miserably in a mission and subsequently killed his evil master, Asael is now haunted by his memories. Others of his kind surround him—Mordecai with his gentle nature, Nafretiti with her passionate spirit, and Cain with his ancient wisdom. But when their resting place is attacked and... Read More
Title: The Balkan Photo
Genre: General Fiction
Author: Kenny Ferguson
ISBN - 978-1-47599-495-7
In the summer of 1987 in Romania, Coronel Nicolae Mollica has just murdered the communist party treasurer. He has no fear of being caught—until he notices tourist Maria O’Sullivan taking pictures that may include him. Photographs are retrieved … but not all of them. The vacationing O’Sullivan family has now become embroiled in a matter of national security. Now, the O’Sullivans... Read More
Title: World Without Cats
Genre: Science Fiction
Author: Bonham Richards
ISBN - 978-1-47592-601-9
A strange, fatal hemorrhagic disease is killing housecats in Camarillo, California. Veterinarian Vera Barnett suspects that the illness originated in the lab of her lover, molecular biologist Noah Chamberlin, who has been investigating a hereditary feline disease at a nearby university.
The infection soon appears in nearby cities and, not long after, all over the world. Senior... Read More
Title: More Than Words Genre: Poetry Author: Andrea Shannon Publisher: iUniverse Pages: 168 Language: English ISBN – 978-1-45026-947-6
Andrea Shannon writes poetry that reflects on life experiences and relationships – the good, the bad and the ugly. This collection of poems will draw you into her world and perhaps give you a closer look into your own. As you read, you will find yourself saying, “I know someone like that” or “I was in the same situation at one time”. See how many of your family, friends and acquaintances you can identify in these pages.
You’ll... Read More
Title: It's About Time Genre: Science Author: Alex Duthie, PEng Publisher: iUniverse Pages: 156 Language: English ISBN - 978-1-46975-824-4
It’s About Time presents an introduction to theoretical physics as well as challenges to some of the concepts put forward by theoretical physicists of our time. These scientists have presented such concepts in countless public lectures, highlights of which are compiled here along with a variety of historical data, such as the history of earth time. Also included are short biographies of physicists who have contributed significantly to our knowledge... Read More
Women search for happiness no matter where they live. They want to build a life, family, career in order to insure a wholesome future. But in much of the world the patriarchal cultures women are born into simply nip at a woman’s potential and brutally guards the slave-like position that women occupy.
Women struggle as they are bought and sold as property. Their inheritance of an unequal and corrupt system that works against them. All while being enforced by domestic violence which women must deal with alone.
These issues, and so much more, are addressed... Read More
Title: High Pressure The Executioner
Author: Robert Davis
ISBN - 978-1-47595-632-0
In central Africa, all seems well in the House of Ra, until a top Warlord finds his three daughters beheaded. Queen Ramala and three of her children have barely escaped a kidnapping by Warlords who believe the cunning Queen is the murderer. The Queen’s cousin, Tara, has not been so lucky. Kidnapped by Warlords, her life now hangs in the balance. But all is not... Read More
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Shaun you're probably nearer the mark than most. "mmm...right right" spoken with contemplative "yawn" inflection when you join a writers' group or dare blurt out in front of established writers (any writers) you tend to scribble, usually sending all...
Very interesting train of thoughts, but I found myself asking, what about those that write under a ghost name...is it to keep their privacy, or perhaps lack of ego...I actually can see both sides, especially when you are talking about writing fiction....