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  • A Strange Noise

    “A Strange Noise” is a collection of poetry and illustrations which portrays a cynical and humorous view of the issues which plague contemporary inhabitants of our planet today. It bounces issues like codependence, anxiety, hypocrisy, and obsessions around irreverently, accompanied by illustrations to enhance each thought provoking viewpoint.

    About the Author:

    Louise won the poetry award for the city of Houston at the age of nine, while attending elementary school. She has two poems published in the National and International Library of Poetry; “Barrel Racing”, and “Green In My Blue”. While attending high school, she was awarded a five-year art scholarship to The Museum of Fine Arts, in Houston, Texas. She majored in art at Lamar High School and continued on this path at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Her poems and illustrations were on display at a once well-known downtown hangout called The Twelvespot.

  • A Time Before: Echoes of the Past

    A Time Before Echoes of the Past is the second installment in the book series by Anita Windon. In this second installment, we find Princess Harmony continuing her journey. The journey takes her to two separate kingdoms. Many mysterious surrounds her journey, and the darkness still follows her. Her continuing struggle takes a toll that Harmony might not be able to handle. Does the darkness become too much for her, or will she be able to pull out from the dark and continue on her path unscathed? These mysterious will be answered in Echoes of the Past.

    About the Author
    A Time Before, Echoes of the Past is Anita Windon’s second published book. Anita has taken time away from writing to be with her family. Anita’s family comes first and has not had time to put pen to paper. Anita has written books or poems since she was young. She says it is a fun and creative way to forget about the sometimes-stressful world around her. She also says that getting published is something she always wanted to do.
    Anita enjoys reading science fiction fantasy novels. She believes it is a good genre to escape into. There is always some great journey that can relate to some real-life situations. Like many authors Anita hopes to keep publishing her stories even if only a handful of people read them.
    Anita hopes you enjoy the second installment of A Time Before, and she hopes that she will no take another 7 years to publish the next one. Enjoy the journey.

  • Across 116th Street With King Cody

    About the Book
    This was the beginning of a new Era for King Cody of New York City, by way of South Carolina. A written documentary of a person who lived every moment of his life satisfying his ego of fancy living in high balling nights with gold, diamonds and money around the United States freestyling with the women of his dreams. He lived a life of a millionaire ‘On Top Of The World.’ The shine of his personality glittered more than the gold and the diamonds he wore. Three bottles of Dom Perignon in the parlaying of a night was the least of his troubles that caused the darkness of an up and down life. He was the first hip-hop gangsta of the 70s to the end of the nineties. Promoting music, operating nightclubs, and running clothing stores, while running the streets of New York City to the streets of South Carolina. No limits were his attitude toward the money and the women of his life. Fast living and easy living caused his demise, but the shifting of life with redemption left no option

    About the Author
    Robert E. Harris is a compassionate writer, who loves to inspire and teach hope in stories that reveal the greatness in everyone, big or small. He writes briskly through thorough information that sparks the imagination in an entertaining way. Robert writes with rich detail intriguing in anecdotal information. He has ventured in various genres such as women fiction, children books, commercial fiction, and historical fiction.

  • Amazement

    Poetry and short-fiction are, Miss Bostic’s forte. She
    is her own kind of writer. Loving creatures of Nature
    as subjects, and rhyme in her poetry. Ramona
    shares little with Shakespeare, some with Longfello yet she
    shares hardly as much as she would like with our “Beloved,
    Maya AngeLou.” Ramona’s main focus in her literature, is
    the youth and young at heart! Her, “Spring Has Sprung!”,
    “Halo” and “Pest?” are a few of the poems; not to mention,
    her short-fiction, that attest to this! Why don’t you, her many
    readers, from then and now Enter-In & Read On!

    About the Author
    Ramona S. Bostic

    Born November 24, 1948. Was raised to her early teens in Worcester, Massachusetts.

    Miss Bostic relocated to Columbia, South Carolina, do to her Father's line of work.

    She enlisted in the United States Air Force, after graduating from C.A. Johnson High School, with Honors!

    Now, a resident or should I say, “”a Floridian””, since 1988. Ramona has been a journey through life. This has added some expertise toher desire to be a writer.

    This novice authoress, is delighted to admit, “”Life begins at 60″”.

    Her fancies are: nature, meeting people, music and the thought of Romance…

  • An Untraditional Route: Fiona’s Beginning Book One

    A Untraditional Route: Fiona’s Beginning – BOOK ONE

    This book is intended for a mature audience only. Parental discretion is advised.

    Stella loves him. Bernard loves her. Puppy love turns into marriage until the unexpected happens. In a gradual change of events a troubled, stressed, and violent marriage between Bernard and Stella becomes uncontrollable. In the midst of the tense environment their children Fiona, Chamelle, and Deon suffer.

    Meanwhile, years pass and Fiona, the oldest of three children is learning the ends and outs of her teen years. When Bernard decides to leave the home Fiona suffers the abusive nature of her mother. Her siblings Chamelle and Deon are caught up between the feud of their parents and Fiona’s secret.

    Desperate to find what love is she clings to the one guy that gave her that special feeling…Terrance Fierce. Terrance and Fiona’s relationship turns serious as the months go by. But can Terrance and Fiona face what lies ahead? Can Fiona make her own decision and deal with the unexpected? Or does Fiona listen to her mother and choose the second option?

  • Angel and Atom: Loving-kindness Realized Creates World Peace

    This story is about understanding life as a fragile, unique creation. David’s exploration of words used is quite simple and easy to understand just how Life created us all-inclusive as the earthlings we are. The story is based on finding love through forgiveness that in the end creates immortality in our flesh long before death.

    A love story that shows just what loving-kindness can do.

    About the author:

    The author's desire is to showcase gods live via our consciousness opened up. Each book the author has written is for the betterment of all earth inhabitants. He hopes one day that world peace tries it! Just once will happen. The Author has also written: Time to choose, Sex Lies and dreams.

  • Angels Survive

    Dian Bingham, a young writer from Houston, finds herself living an exciting lifestyle in Los Angeles and writing for Chris Kendrick, one of the most talented producers in Hollywood. But when the Reverend Michael, leader of a mega evangelical church finds out about her relationship with “the bad boy of Hollywood”, she finds her soul threatened.

    About the author:

    STACY NEWTON is a native Houstonian and lives in Los Angeles as a writer and actress. She has finished writing a children’s book which will be her fifth book.

  • Another Day Another Step Closer

    A 17-year-old girl who became a vampire hunter after the murder of her parents. She is kidnapped by the one who killed her parents. It becomes her goal to find a way to escape the island she is on while also fighting her feelings for her captor. As time goes on, she learns some family secrets that could possibly alter the way she looks at the world. Will it be enough to save her or will she meet the same fate as her parents?

    About the author:

    Kassandra Tobeck is a wife and a mother of two. She enjoys being a mother and looking out for her family. Though this hasn’t always been the case. Growing up, she was always the one being picked on in school. This brought her to diving into her own fictional world where she found a way to get her stress out even if it meant putting her characters through Hell to make the day go a little easier. Writing always gave her a sense of calm whenever she felt lost and could always count on her characters when she needed them most.

  • Antiquity

    An old archeologist slips a small block of wood with an ancient Roman coin imbedded in it into Mark Blackstone’s jacket, whispering a man’s name and a town in Europe. Will he discover the true meaning of this mysterious coin in his pocket?
    Mark Blackstone’s life is falling apart and his international trading business is collapsing. Just when he thinks his life can’t get worse, the ferry he was on explodes and throws his whole life into chaos. An old archaeologist slips a small block of wood with an ancient Roman coin imbedded in it into Mark’s jacket, whispering a man’s name and a town in Europe. That night the old man is murdered, Blackstone is attacked, and the FBI contacts him for help. Could all of these events be connected in some way? Blacksstone heads to Holland to search for the answers to his problems and finds himself chased by criminals and Jihadists who believe the small antiquity he holds is the key to a king’s treasure. His trail leads him in a chase across the globe, from the Netherlands to Puerto Rico, Panama, Rome, Pompeii and finally to Jerusalem. Will he discover the meaning of this mysterious coin in his pocket? Can the key to his future really be found in Antiquity?

    About the author:

    David Cabbell is an international businessman involved in international trade and transportation. He has lived in Europe, traveled around the globe, and has been involved with all sorts of people – good and bad. He has since retired and lives in Southeastern U.S.

  • Apostlyptic

    Louie Leppedimay appears nonthreatening while absorbing salience from swirling chaotic soup. That mask means bad luck for local Chicago felons and derailment for international plotters.

    About the author:

    Steven is an associate professor at the Institute of Engineering at Murray State University. He specializes in environmental engineering and regulatory affairs. Steven has nearly forty years of professional engineering experience. His literary endeavors were limited to compositions for friends, including songs, newsletters, greeting cards, and children’s stories. Apostlyptic is the fifth Louie Leppedimay mystery.