Thursday, January 8, 2015
Special Note~"Through A Mother's Eyes" is based on a True story.
***About The Author***
Cary Allen Stone was born in 1953, began flying in 1972, and received a Bachelor of Arts in 1976. He was hired by his first airline in 1982. Aviation has given him a very unique perspective of life, and led to his writing. In 1992, he flew for film director Sir Ridley Scott. It gave him an opportunity to discuss his writing with Sir Scott, who remains a major influence for him.
In addition to his career and writing, he had a non-speaking character role in AAA Club advertisement, done voice-over-radio commercials, and was an extra in a motion picture. He is currently working on his next Jake Roberts novel. He is a member of the Arizona Authors Association, and The Desert Sleuths.
***About The Book***
Julie was so driven to protect her child, she took the life of her six-year-old son, to save him from her abusive husband, and father. We often hear about parents who murder their children, and we cannot understand how anyone can do such a horrendous thing. The answers can be found inside "Through A Mother's Eyes" as Julie tells her story from the day she was born, until the night she murdered Charlie, and finally to her life in prison. This true story is written in layman terms, and is told as if the reader is sitting in the jury box. Julie plead guilty and wanted to die, so there was never a trial. The reader decides the verdict. "Through A Mother's Eyes" was written to prevent another tragedy, another murder of a child.
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
**About The Author**
T.W. Fendley is an Award-Winning Author of historical fantasy and science fiction for adults, and young adults. She began writing fiction full-time in 2007, after working twenty-five years in journalism, and corporate communications. In October of 2011, L&L Dreamspell LLC published her debut historical fantasy novel for adults, 'ZERO TIME.' Her young adult contemporary fantasy novel 'THE LABYRINTH OF TIME' was released in November of 2014. Her short stories are available on Kindle, and Audible.
Teresa fell in love with ancient American cultures, while researching story ideas at the 1997 Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers' Workshop. Since then, she's trekked to archaeological sites in the Yucatan, Peru, and American Southwest. She serves on the board of the St. Louis Writers' Guild and belongs to the Missouri Writers' Guild, Broad Universe, and Historical Novel Society. She also practices remote viewing with the Applied Precognition Project, and studies shamanism. Teresa currently lives near St. Louis with her artist husband, and his pet fish.
**About The Book**
Can Jade restore the Firestone's powers before the First Men return to judge humanity? Spending spring break in Peru with her grandmother isn't sixteen-year-old Jade's idea of fun. She'd much rather be with her friends at Lake of the Ozarks. Then she meets Felix, a museum director's son. Jade discovers only she and Felix can telepathically access messages left on engraved stones in the age of dinosaurs. Following the ancient stones' guidance, they enter the 'Labyrinth Of Time' and with a shape-shifting dog's help, seek a red crystal called the 'Firestone.' But time is running out, before the First Men return on the night of the second blue moon.
~Received, 'The Readers Favorite Book Of The Year Award For Urban Fiction'
~#2 on the Amazon Best Sellers List
Genre~Urban Fiction/African American Fiction/Lesbian Fiction
**About The Author**
Ben Burgess Jr. is the author of the award-winning novel MONSTER, The Poetry Book, TIMES HAVE CHANGED AND LIFE IS STRANGE, and the new novel 'WOUNDED.' He is an active performer of spoken word poetry. Ben Burgess Jr. uses his love of writing to inspire and influence youths to strive for what they believe in, and to never give up on their dreams. His poetry book, 'TIMES HAVE CHANGED AND LIFE IS STRANGE' and his novel 'MONSTER' are currently used in schools on the lower east side of Manhattan. Ben Burgess Jr. has a BA degree in Business Management, and a MA degree in Educational Leadership. He is the proud father of his daughter Jaelynn, and is active in trying to improve urban neighborhoods, and communities. Ben is also a NYPD Detective, and a Personal Trainer.
**About The Book**
Samantha Miller didn't have an easy start. Molested as a child and subsequently forced into prostitution by her drug-addicted mother, Samantha learned at an early age that men were not to be trusted. Being constantly preyed upon, taught her to be a predator. Her target was women, specifically, straight, or married. As the headliner of a local strip club, Samantha capitalized on the gifts she was cursed with. In turn, her life quickly spiraled down a dangerous path of violence, seduction, and exploitation. When Sasha is brought on as the new bartender, she becomes Samantha's newest target. The last thing Samantha anticipated was falling in love. When tragedy strikes, what was once a challenge may prove to be her downfall. Can Samantha heal from her abusive past, or will she always be 'Wounded?'
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
"A EXQUISITELY CRAFTED, IMPRESSIVE PORTRAYAL OF LIFE'S JOURNEY!"
Master story-teller Sarah Mallery cross-stitches a priceless quilt of life's long journey. Every patch she adds is a colorful short-story, as the reader is taken through a time machine, while traveling around the world, as we witness cherished memories of years gone by.
The intriguing stories are weaved with historical events and settings, symbolic of precious moments in time. The author has the creative ability not only to entertain, but to reach out and touch the heart of the reader.
Each story will make you think about unique characters, who come to life. Some will make you laugh, and others will make you cry. When this extraordinary elegant collection of short-stories is completed, a beautiful quilt is made, and an impressive book is born.
Sarah Mallery tells the stories as good as Tom Hanks does in Forrest Gump, where she has your undivided attention, until the final curtains close. "SEWING CAN BE DANGEROUS AND OTHER SMALL THREADS" is captivating, engaging, refreshing, and powerfully moving. Highly recommended!