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  • Dorthy L. Smith - Dragon Scale

    Dragon Scale

    Enter an enchanted land where big dogs talk, and fighting horses are fearless, when you journey into the pages of Dragon Scale: The Medallion. In Dorothy L. Smith's exciting new world, you will meet Donil, a stalwart young knight; Bailee, the little orphan girl who must grow up too quickly; and most of all, Tasara, young, beautiful, lithe and a fierce warrior. Join the three them, along with their telepathic canine Colors, and their fighting steed, as they search for the key that will defeat the growing evil, and hopefully bring them all back once again to a land of happiness and peace. Read fantasy at its most magical and finest in Dragon Scale: The Medallion.

    About the author:

    Dorothy L. Smith has wanted to write since high school. But somewhere along the line “life and work got in the way.” In due time, however, she returned to the University of Central Oklahoma, got her M.A. in English, taught for a while, then began again to write. Now she resides on her farm in the Sooner State with her family. Her familiarity with and love of the land is evident in her writing. Dorothy is also a member of the Gold Prospectors of America. In fact, Dorothy keeps herself so busy that her husband Richard advises her “to stop, rest and write.”

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    Eye of the Sleeping Dragon

    Bay Wang kept turning down unwanted suitors that bargained for her marriage. But one day, a poor gentleman broke into her father’s farm to borrow a rooster, but her father accused him of stealing. Hong agreed to enter a bargain with the rich farmer to save his hand. With Bay and a servant named Chi, Hong took the search for a magical stone called The Eye of the Sleeping Dragon. But the stone was only a part of a fable Bay’s grandfather used to tell the rich farmer. Now, Hong had to either bring home The Eye or prove that the stone was unreal. An unwanted task in the beginning turned out to be a good adventure with fantastic creatures and the wonders of the mountain.

    Eye of the Sleeping Dragon, by Uncle Mike, is an adventure that leads to a happy, fruitful ending.

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    Kylari Way: Childhood’s End

    The Kylari Way saga is a tale of magic, warriors and gods. It is a test of a young man’s commitment to his duty, his friends, and his people. Over a five volume saga, Natari must face his worst fears, nightmares, and challenges before he can become what he was destined to be…The Guardian of Life and the Master of Time. He must endure loss and loneliness on a scale most could never imagine, much less survive. Follow his journey, endure his pain, feel his love and learn the true meaning of honor and glory.

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    Kylari Way: Twilight Guardian

    The Kylari Way saga is a tale of magic, warriors and gods. It is a test of a young man’s commitment to his duty, his friends, and his people. Over a five volume saga, Natari must face his worst fears, nightmares, and challenges before he can become what he was destined to be… The Guardian of Life and the Master of Time. He must endure loss and loneliness on a scale most could never imagine, much less survive. Follow his journey, endure his pain, feel his love and learn the true meaning of honor and glory.

  • Life’s Other Realm

    Life’s Other Realm

    Seventeen year-old Kim has been raised an orphan, but through a twist of events in her seemingly unchanging life, she finds herself in another time and place where it is revealed that she is actually the lost Princess Ashquin.

    With the help of a blue hunter named Klee, Kim finds herself on a journey to find her family’s home. This adventure leads them through forests, mountains, and caves, where they encounter numerous peoples and creatures- some friendly and some evil. Together, they must be on guard as they continue their journey in the magical world of the kingdom of Keolia.

  • Kevin Honeck -O’ Neill’s Land

    O’ Neill’s Land

    O’Neill’s Land is the story of a young man, Erin O’Neill, who experiences a couple riveting visitations, precipitated by an old old man whose presence he could not understand. After the second of these visits he finds that the man who he thought was his grandfather was really his father. He is given a book, a chronicle of his father’s life. He finds that his grandfather (father), the patriarch of their family is more than two thousand years old, and it is he who is destined to replace him. He is then sent to Ireland to learn more about his real identity. Upon his return to the States he finds that his girlfriend is pregnant, and now knowing that his family will never accept a child born to anyone outside the family, he has no alternative but to flee. It is a love story and adventure of mounting intrigue.

    About the author:                       

    Though he was raised in a suburb of Milwaukee, Kevin Honeck was born and spent his first seven years in the lake community of Okauchee Wisconsin. For a youngster it was a time and place of mystery and adventure. At five, Kevin and his friend, Sam, left kindergarten, ostensibly to go fishing. Their leaving became permanent. Shortly thereafter, their teacher, an attractive young woman in her mid-twenties, took her own life. As unlikely as it was that the boys leaving her classroom had anything to do with her death, it nonetheless had a lasting effect on the young Mister Honeck’s life. A superior athlete, Kevin had little use for academics. He attributes the foundation of his education to the Sisters of Notre Dame. A later teacher, accomplished in letters would tell him if he wanted to write he must read incessantly. For many years after he would read nothing but established classics. O’Neill’s Land was his first foray into the novel.

  • Sometime: The Plague World

    Sometime: The Plague World

    Dan Floyd, a retired and widowed lawyer, is doing his best to fill his time – attending church, keeping in touch with his two adult sons, and reading up on epidemics.

    When he comes down with what seems like garden-variety flu, he amuses himself by studying plagues, both modern-day varieties and the biblical kind. Dan and his sons, one of whom is a doctor, share information and speculate about epidemics. Meanwhile, in the community around him, he begins to hear of people dying from complications brought on by the flu – many of whom attend his church. Dan soon finds himself investigating members of the Starkherz family, three generations of doctors; it seems the Starkherzes were working with the H1N1 influenza virus—the source of the flu epidemic of 1918–1919 – in an attempt to neutralize it. Could their work serve as the source for a twenty-first-century flu pandemic?

    In this novel, a retired lawyer works with his sons to discover the source of a deadly influenza epidemic that threatens their lives and the lives of everyone around them.

  • Christopher Schmehl - The State of Oz

    The State of Oz

    Everyone has heard of little Dorothy Gale of Kansas and her exciting adventures in Oz. Not everyone knows there is more to tell beyond the 1939 MGM film. Those in the know have read some stories shared by L. Frank Baum, Royal Historian of Oz, and his successor Ruth Plumly Thompson. But what is happening in Oz now?

    Two youngsters named Jon and Ben enter Oz accidentally when they follow a strange, old man across a bridge at Hawk Mountain. They find themselves caught in a bizarre series of events as Oz’s citizens celebrate the opening of their new hall of fame while trying to understand several natural disasters.

    Princess Oima takes Jon and Ben on the adventure of their lives: flying in the reconstructed Gump, facing bandits, enchantments by a long-lost magic mirror, and a showdown with representatives of the American government. It will take every bit of bravery and skill they can conjure to help the princess and make it back home.

    About the author:

    Christopher Schmehl is tickled pink to offer you his first published novel. He has dreamed of this since his days at Wilson G. Sarig Elementary School. Schmehl has a BA in English/professional writing from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. He is an Eagle Scout. At different times he has been a summer camp counselor, a machine operator in a microelectronics/integrated circuit facility, a security guard, a produce selector, a cashier, a material handler, and a grocery stocker. He lives with his family in Laureldale, Pennsylvania.

  • The Treasure of the Crystal Cave: A Fairy Tale

    The Treasure of the Crystal Cave: A Fairy Tale

    Rumors travel fast!

    A long time ago, in a faraway land, everyone knows the legend of the Crystal Cave, a place that holds fabulous wealth and riches—which extends far beyond any man’s imagination.

    According to the story, a few people have found it, only to die before claiming the ultimate prize. That is until the daring adventurer, Alaric, came along. Just like other men, he had hoped to find the cave of riches. But for years, all the clues always lead him to a dead end.

    Yet just when he decides to stop looking for the treasures, his intuition kicks in and he is pushed into a journey full of dangerous adventures. He then finds something unwarranted that is much more valuable than a chest full of gold and a bag of rare gemstones.

  • Steven Craig Welch -  Tiny and Craig

    Tiny and Craig: Common Decency and Table Manners

    This story was written as a bedtime story fairy tale for county jail inmates’ bedtime story so the writer felt safe.

    About the author:
    Francisco native since arriving in 1955. Lives in Sonoma County wine country. Former standup comedian, pirate radio show host, chef/cook and dishwasher/owner of tiny bistro in Humboldt County.

    The story began as a bedtime story for other inmates in County jail when I was afraid of them. Tired of the rat races, I ran a classified ad “Revenge is best served as a cold cream pie’ and threw around 400 pies for a nominal fee. Choctaw tribal member uncomfortable enough with
    tech to still be carrying a flip phone. Call before you text please. Yakoke is Choctaw for Thank you. Yakoke.

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