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Del Huntsman has resided in the Southwest for a number of years. He has enjoyed a fascination for the American West since his youth. As an outdoor enthusiast and admirer of the geography of the southwest, he has spent much of his time studying the local folk lore of the region while exploring the rugged beauty of the landscape.…Continue
Added by Del Huntsman on January 12, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments
When Im afraid, feeling alone
I know there is someone who will hug me tight
Someone who will guide me in the dark
Hold me and never leave me behind
When i want peace and solitude time
I listen to the songs i like
That give me time to reflect
To talk to You and to understand life
Together to the place I see
This peaceful place where flowers surrounds me
A view that even my eyes cant reach
I love this…Continue
Added by Trevor Range on January 12, 2012 at 3:30am — No Comments
Well, I turned in volume 3 of Set Free today. It should be out soon.
I understand the first two volumes have been well received, so I would definitely like to thank everyone that is reading it. I also want to thank Trestle Press for the incredible opportunity.
Here are the links to the first two parts:
Added by George Michael Loughmueller on January 11, 2012 at 10:55pm — No Comments
If you have the time, please take a look at my 1st novel FULL CIRCLE. You can read the 1st chapter on Amazon. I would really appreciate peoples comments and feedback.
Added by Dave Watson on January 10, 2012 at 7:45pm — No Comments
... please Enjoy the 'Free Preview', and get your 'Sneak Peek'; 'Sensuality's Hell-Heaven Coin'. ..come voyage and venture to the Realm of the Senses.. http://amzn.com/B005ZT6Q22
Added by Stephanie a burton on January 10, 2012 at 5:19am — No Comments
Being Northerners, my hubby and I don't get down to London very often. And when we do, it's fair to say our visits are always work related. So whilst I was in the UK we decided to treat ourselves and head down to enjoy all the delights our capital city has to offer - well as many as we could fit in, that is, considering we were, in fact, doing all our sightseeing on foot.
Our pavement pounding began at Tower Bridge and we headed down the Embankment, snapping photos of the…
Added by Suzie Tullett on January 9, 2012 at 11:30pm — No Comments
As always, Nightwalker and the second book in the series The Order of Chaos is also available in ebook at…Continue
There’s no question that books are judged by their covers, particularly when they’re written by new or lesser-known authors. Before convincing the viewer to turn over the book and read the blurb on the back, or click on the link for more info, the cover has to be enticing enough to encourage further interaction. That’s a fact, which is why a professionally designed cover is absolutely crucial to the popularity and sales of every book.
The cover sets the tone of the book, informs the…Continue
Added by Damon Za on January 7, 2012 at 5:23pm — No Comments
Yesterday a new person joined my Facebook page because they love my Knights of Camelot series. It's a strange feeling that my words have whizzed all the way over to the US and touched someone enough to prompt them to take such action. I am so deeply touched by the effort and kindness. I also amazed that other people out there love my boys as much as me!
I write in a genre that encourages contact with people who enjoy world building as much as the author - we are often referred to as…Continue
I have just finished writing an intense cliffhanger of an ending to my second Redcliffe novel Love Kills. It was amazing! Having finished editing a separate manuscript, I was thinking about what needed to be done on my current WIP. I had written the first draft of Love Kills, but was unhappy with the way I had finished it. There had to be more.
Well it seems that my muse agreed, and all day today, while doing my menial household chores, the story has unfolded…Continue
Added by Catherine Green on January 6, 2012 at 11:41pm — No Comments
A Love in A Time of War
Reviewed by Silver Tongue LiteraryReviews
4 Stars ****
This book will be worth every penny!
I could not stop reading this book once I opened itup. I can't stop talking about it to my friends and peers alike. “ALove in A Time Of War”, is a impressive book. I am sure noteveryone will agree with the content, but efforts at finding waysto…Continue
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Added by Tabitha R. Pike on January 6, 2012 at 6:54pm — No Comments
Added by Tabitha R. Pike on January 6, 2012 at 6:51pm — No Comments
On an Ordinary day, when the Townsend siblings go to school, they get caught up in the lives of four mysterious strangers. They decide to investigate the strange situation by using their magical ability that they were born with. While the Townsends hide within the shadow of the mysterious teen’s shadows they get swept back in time to play a crucial role in an ancient…Continue
Added by Tabitha R. Pike on January 6, 2012 at 6:44pm — No Comments
"People of the Dark" has been completed. Now Tabitha needs people to read her first draft and write a review for this book. All reviews will be published on the first few pages of the book. If you are interested please email Tabitha at email@example.com
Once all reviews are finished, the book will be sent to the editor then on to the publication…Continue
Added by Tabitha R. Pike on January 6, 2012 at 6:41pm — No Comments
Last week I launched my website to highlight my new book “To be a Pilot” >theagostiniteam.com< - I also made an announcement on Facebook, from which I received two commitments to buy, two I never knew you were an author, and several congratulations. I know my niece bought a copy from Amazon, which she told me she received, but have heard no further. Yesterday I submitted a chapter to >booksinsynch< and am waiting to hear what they think. On Tuesday I went to a local writers…Continue
Added by Randal Agostini on January 6, 2012 at 3:39pm — No Comments
I guess I'm the new kid on the block, all be it a 55 year old. I had my first murder mystery novel FULL CIRCLE published last September. Hopefully, the first of many. I'm looking forward to speaking with everyone, and looking at the depth of skills and expertise on board, I'm looking forward to learning a great deal more about writing.
Here's a brief sysnopsis of FULL CIRCLE -
Added by Dave Watson on January 5, 2012 at 12:57pm — No Comments
I really wanted to write today. I had several good ideas (or so I thought) for my next novel, Visions of Mortality. However, the sun was shining and it was 50 degrees (Jan. in North Idaho!!), so instead, Paul and I took our two pooches, Sydney and Pippin, for a walk along Lake Pend Oreille. It was absolutely gorgeous and I'm so glad I went. Now I can settle down and write for awhile...
Added by Carla Y. Bourgeois on January 5, 2012 at 12:30am — No Comments