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  • Chad’tu by Kelsie R. Gates


    Life has a way of surprising us when we least expect it.

    That’s what happened to Chad’tu. Just when he thought everything was right in his life, something happened. Now, to solve his problems, he has to go on a dangerous journey with a wolf in tow.

    Will fate be good to him?

  • Under the Midnight Skies

    The period was the 1890s, at the onset of the 20th century and Anna Jenkins, a school teacher in New York City, gave up her profession to pursue her dream to become a stage actress. She then quickly rose to fame. Tired of doing Shakespeare’s plays, she landed in a place called Laredo, Texas to do her first freelance acting with two male prospects who are, hot on her heels until one day, ruined one of their acting careers.

    Jake Martin was a wanted man from the law, blended himself in the acting business and now with his career in ruins, he planned to get even with Anna. After spending several months orchestrating to kidnap her, he finally had her where he wanted. High up in the Laredo Hills where no one can find her.

    “Anna, hear me now, I’m comin’ for ya, get ready cause I’m comin’.” Screamed Jake, as he trudged along the rocky hills of Laredo.

    About the Author:

    Mary A. Lonergan, a retired Aesthetician and hearing impaired. She is a member of the Canadian Hearing Society and lives in Ontario, Canada along with her husband Mike and their little dog which she has personally trained for a hearing ear dog.

    Mary Anne’s love for writing started after their children all left the nest to begin their own adventures. She has previously dabbled with writing Song lyrics which she won awards and she has written and published many poems to her credits. Still something was missing in her life…. Her love for writing stories where she would let her vivid imagination loose and run wild.

    I wanted my readers to feel the experience and try to guess the next step in the world of suspense and adventure and be able to put down the book and look forwards to my next book.