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John Righten
Genre:
1990. A young, unworldly teacher joins a perilous aid convoy and falls in love, but when targeted by mercenaries she discovers that her lover holds the darkest of secrets.

John has delivered medical aid to orphanages and hospitals across the globe, including Romania during the revolution, and South America and Bosnia during the war. His Rogues novels are based on the characters he encountered during his many dangerous missions, when he enlisted unlikely support from

Author of "The Truth - The Biggest Cover-Up In History"
Genre:
The Holy Grail is a gate through which we may return to heaven. ‘I will create a gate. Whoever enters through it will be saved.’ (John 10:9) For the first time in two thousand years, my book reveals all!

I was born and raised in Kilkenny City, in the south east of Ireland. I am a Chemical Engineer and European Patent Attorney. I graduated in Chemical Engineering from University College Dublin, Ireland, in 1995 and later qualified and worked as a European Patent Attorney in the UK for 15 years. "The

A picture of Jeff Elkins standing in front of green trees.
Genre:
A cheating husband. A missing nanny. A suspicious organization. Moneta Watkins and Stacie Howe are on the case. Private Detective Moneta Watkins has a special gift - she can relive people's memories. With her partner, Stacie Howe, she tackles the cases no one else can solve.

Jeff Elkins's work blends a deep love for people and life in an urban setting with supernatural, plot-twisting, fast-paced storytelling. He loves writing diverse heroes, making readers experience deep emotions, and telling stories that keep readers guessing. In 2014, after working in nonprofits for

Aboard HMS Bounty built for 1962 MGM feature MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY
Genre:
These short stories about growing up gay are each told in first person voice from ages 12 through 18. A short essay from the author sets the scene for the first story, "Hey, Jeff" as told by a 12 year-old boy in grade school who is suddenly struck by his love for his best friend. He realizes that his heartbreaking attraction will inevitably destroy their relationship. The remainder of the stories reveal his up-and-coming understanding and eventual acceptance of his own sexuality.

As writer, director, and editor, my films include THE GREENSTONE NARRATED BY ORSON WELLES (34 minutes available on YouTube), THE FIFTH VICTIM WAS TRUTH (45 minute Cinemascope thesis film from Boston University, also available on YouTube), and comedy feature AS LONG AS IT TAKES currently on festival

Richard F Novak in his sculpture studio
Genre:
An American sculptor’s love for an Italian woman belonging to a subversive secret society, draws him into her dangerous world of Italian politics. After he joins Garibaldi’s unsuccessful defense of Rome, they flee to Florence, where they begin their perilous journey to America.

Novak divided his time as a physician between teaching medical students and working in his sculpture studio. To further his passion for sculpture he spent a year travelling throughout Italy studying the Italian sculptors. His academic position required the usual dictum, “publish or perish” and he

Portrait of Nathan Burrows
Genre:
Jimmy Tucker is dying. There’s only one person he wants to tell. His daughter—Milly. But when he gets home from the hospital, she’s vanished without a trace.

Nathan Burrows is a writer based in Norfolk in the United Kingdom. Primarily a thriller writer, Nathan's books are based (mostly) in Norfolk. He enjoys writing character based books where the people in them are the most important things. His main series is the Gareth Dawson books which all feature

Martin Ladd image
Genre:
A wreck hunter is left clinging to the sinking hull of his yacht after a mid-sea collision. To find those who abandoned him, he must first survive.

I was born in the UK but raised in Hong Kong and for the last few decades have lived in New Zealand. My interest in writing began at fourteen while travelling by sea from Brisbane to Lisbon. I broke my wrist two weeks before we set sail and spent the entire voyage in the ship’s library writing a

Michael Jack Webb image
Genre:
While investigating the ritualistic murder of a young woman in his congregation a Pulitzer Prize–winning-reporter-turned-pastor encounters supernatural forces and discovers he is the key to preventing an ancient evil from being loosed on the Earth.

Michael Jack Webb graduated summa cum laude from the University of Florida and obtained his J. D. from the same university. Over the past forty years he’s travelled the world in search of adventure. He’s a history buff, both ancient and modern, and is fascinated by the intersection of the scientific

Maria Robins
Genre:
It's all too easy to get bogged down in worry, anxiety and fear these days. Sometimes we just need a little reminder of a few simple things we can do to help us stay calm during stressful stuff.
I AM Calm is written in a whimsical rhyming style, with corresponding illustrations, and contains easy coping strategies, using the combination of a positive mindset and basic breathing technicques, to helps kids (and adults) conquer their worries and fears.
Suitable for all ages, including those grown ups who might just need a gentle, calming, reminder of their own.

Maria Robins was born in the Scottish heritage town of Dunedin, New Zealand and currently lives in Auckland, NZ. She loves words, writing and books, along with long walks at sunset and all things animal and nature. Growing up in Aotearoa, New Zealand, Land of the Long White Cloud, Maria knew from a

Richard F Novak in his studio
Genre:
An American sculptor’s love for an Italian woman belonging to a subversive secret society, draws him into her dangerous world of Italian politics. After he joins Garibaldi’s unsuccessful defense of Rome, they flee to Florence, where they begin their perilous journey to America.

Novak divided his time as a physician between teaching medical students and working in his sculpture studio. To further his passion for sculpture he spent a year travelling throughout Italy studying the Italian sculptors. His academic position required the usual dictum, “publish or perish” and he

Andrea Torrey Balsara
Genre:
A scrawny rat whose adored uncle is the charismatic Beloved Chairman of the rat colony becomes a loyal henchman when the Chairman declares war on humanity and deploys bubonic plague-infected rats into a local market, until he is saved from certain death by a human girl…and grows to love her.

Andrea Torrey Balsara is an award-winning children's and young adult author/illustrator and motivational speaker. Her passion is to empower children to think for themselves, to learn about the power and beauty of our diverse human family, and to walk the "Hero's Journey" in real life. Having

Middle aged blonde woman in a gray cap.
Genre:
Ruth, a promising and determined artist navigates a rocky life path away from her deeply troubled family and gains perspective after learning their horrific secrets. Illustrated.

I always knew there was something wrong with my family. When I discovered a close relative was a mass murderer, I wasn't at all surprised. In fact, it was the missing piece of the puzzle of my life. I knew I had to write about it and the hidden yet obvious effects it had on my upbringing, which was

Jessica Bird on the beach in purple scarf and black and white checkered sweater
Genre:
Walk with me through my journey of healing, forgiveness, and finding peace after a violent assault.

Jessica Bird is best known for her loving, cheerful approach to life. Her work is written from a place of vulnerability, honesty, and a desire to truly empower readers to live their full potential. Jessica lives on the Oregon coast, a dream-come-true central to the publishing of her second book

Robbi Sommers Bryant, author
Genre:
As a serial killer spirals out of control, he battles for his soul.

Robbi Sommers Bryant’s award-winning books include a novella, 5 novels, 5 short-story collections, and 1 book of poetry. Her work has been published in magazines including Readers Digest, Redbook, Penthouse, college textbooks, and several anthologies. As editor-in-chief of the Redwood Writers 2018

Road Trippy Author Joe Heath
Genre:
A paperclip saleswoman accidentally runs over a party girl and the two find themselves on the run from the police, a potentially demonic ex-boyfriend, and a particularly vicious murderzebra.

On a website on the internet there lived a Joe. Not a hot, caffeinated Joe, splashed with cream and a roasty smell, nor yet a cotton-eyed Joe with over-played lyrics and a catchy beat: it was a filmmaker Joe, and that means humor. Or something. Joe Heath writes, directs, films, produces, and acts in

David N Robinson
Genre:
Oleg Usmanov, a cunning Russian intelligence officer with friends in high places, tries to outwit Western spies desperate to turn him into their double agent – with the very real danger that certain twists in the plot could end up tripping even the most seasoned of professional state actors.

A while ago, I was a partner and chief operating officer in a major accounting firm, and latterly held the same role in an international law firm. It took me 36 years and several million air miles to do, arguably, what I should have done several years earlier: give up the day job and focus on a

Head and shoulders color photo of E A Carter
Genre:
Worlds and powerful men collide in this breathtaking epic of star-crossed love

E A Carter grew up in the Canadian countryside, the daughter of a reverend of modest means, with only her bicycle, her cat, and her imagination to occupy her. Ever since she could talk she has been crafting stories. She writes of the complexities of love and mortality against evocative backdrops and

This is a picture of me, looking my best in my favorite red dress.
Genre:
Samael is the first instalment in the trilogy about Samael’s journey from demon to human and Katie’s path to enlightenment. In today’s world, where skin-deep beauty and youth are prized over intellect and kindness, we need more books to teach the importance of self-worth and the value of friendships with both young and old.

Based loosely on the Jewish folk law Alphabet of Sirach, Samael incorporates my love of the occult, classic horror films and TV series such as The Chilling Adventures of Sabina the Teenage Witch and Buffy the Vampire Slayer that promotes diversity, strong female leads and the power of friendship, regardless of gender, generation and race.
I’ve also drawn on my own personal experiences living in Hong Kong and plan to set the next instalment there to showcase the amazing people who have helped me grow tremendously as a person.

Young Miss Dunn wasn’t known for her academic record. “If Kathy put as much effort into schoolwork as she did day-dreaming, she’d be a straight-A student,” read one report. Teachers, friends and family alike guessed Kathy would grow up to be a story maker, but it took her many years to realise it

smiling picture of kitiera morey
Genre:
For six months, revenge has been Darlene's lifeblood. She can't regain what she's lost, but she'll make everyone who's wronged her regret ever crossing her. When she discovers a terrible Uprising secret, she must decide how far she's willing to go to extract her pound of flesh.

Kitiera Morey is a lively perfectionist with the mouth of a drunken sailor. When she’s not singing off-key for the entire world to hear or feeding her Sonic the Hedgehog addiction, Kitiera searches for the next action adventure or supernatural book to devour in a single night. She lives in New York

Image of Catherine Fearns
Genre:
Are You One Of The Elect? When a body is found crucified on a Liverpool beach, a Calvinist nun and a heavy metal guitarist form an unlikely alliance to clear their names. Religion, genetics and music combine in this gothic crime thriller, the first case for Detective Inspector Darren Swift.

Catherine Fearns is a writer from Liverpool, UK. In previous incarnations she was a financial analyst, a cocktail pianist and a breastfeeding counsellor, but nowadays she writes crime fiction, with a bit of music journalism on the side. Her three crime fiction novels (Reprobation, Consuming Fire &

Molly Joesten
Genre:
Ninety days is a story about a young girl who must rebuild her relationship with her estranged father when he is diagnosed with terminal cancer. It is a modern day story about family, friendship and forgiveness.

I grew up in a family of story-tellers. Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Years were always well spent around the fire with my family members sharing tales. Now, I am twenty-five years old and pride myself on being a budding writer. I love writing short stories and novels, and I have expanded to

Kerrie Noor celebrating a story finished on a beach in Scotland
Genre:
The Battle Of The Sexes Is Quiet But For How Long?

Back in the days before TV had remote controls and Scotland was known for the Bay City Rollers Kerrie left Australia on a working holiday and fell in love with many things Scottish. In the past, she has been a regular on Community Radio, taught Belly dancing, ‘done’ a little stand-up, and appeared

Picture of Ben Marney
Genre:
Everyone in the small beach town of Matagorda, Texas thought that Travis Lee and Savannah Walker were destined to be together. Travis had fallen in love with her beautiful turquoise eyes when he was eight years old, and for the next ten years they planned every detail of their lives; he would become a lawyer and she would raise their three children in a beautiful beach house overlooking the ocean.

Unfortunately, all those plans and dreams disappeared into the hot humid Texas air when Savannah shattered his 18 year old heart. The next day, Travis left town without saying a word and joined the Marines. Although he knew he could never forgive her for what she had done, through all the years to follow, he never stopped loving her.

Now, 16 years later, he is a successful lawyer, but Savannah...his one true love...is missing. She has vanished into the thin air.

Everyone in Matagorda believes that, Levi Cruz, Savannah’s abusive husband, has finally killed her, but Travis is not convinced. In his nightly recurring dreams, Savannah appears to him, telling him she is still alive, lost and alone, waiting for him to find her.

Against all odds and logic, ignoring everyone’s advice, he begins a frantic, dangerous and deadly search to find her and bring her home.

I've spent my life working as a traveling musician. Along the way, I've met some interesting people and seen some indescribable things. Although my books are works of fiction, they are based on real people I've met and the amazing places I've been. For over 4 decades, along with my wife Dana, we

Black and white photo of a lady laughing with her eyes closed. She has a flower in her long hair over one shoulder, and is wearing a white halterneck dress. Her name is Dielle, pronounced Dee Ell.
Genre:
The answer to the question I was asked more than any other 'what's that song about then?'. Travel, tragedy and triumph, this book bears all on the inspiration behind the music I have been performing since my early teens.

About the Author Born in leafy Hampshire, DiElle came from a musical family, one of her earliest memories being of lying under the piano at her nan’s house during a family sing song at the age of perhaps four years old. With her mother and father both being musical, there was always music in the

Photo of author Noelle Nichols
Genre:
False warriors destroyed their homes. Now two heroes must delve into ancient magic to save their realm from destruction.

Noelle Nichols is a manga artist and epic fantasy author, with a love of samurai and strong morals. Her favorite things to write about are Asian-inspired cultures, noble characters and characters who question the world around them.

C.L. Wells Headshot
Genre:
When a guest is murdered at a remote resort and all communication is cut off with the outside world, mystery writer Jill Pemberton must help solve the crime before the killer strikes again.

C.L. Wells is an indie author who writes in a variety of genres including murder mystery, YA, and paranormal fiction. He is the founder of Creative Writing with a Mission.

Picture of Ben Marney author of Another Lifetime Ago
Genre:
Everyone in the small beach town of Matagorda, Texas thought that Travis Lee and Savannah Walker were destined to be together. Travis had fallen in love with her beautiful turquoise eyes when he was eight years old, and for the next ten years they planned every detail of their lives; he would become a lawyer and she would raise their three children in a beautiful beach house overlooking the ocean.

Unfortunately, all those plans and dreams disappeared into the hot humid Texas air when Savannah shattered his 18 year old heart. The next day, Travis left town without saying a word and joined the Marines. Although he knew he could never forgive her for what she had done, through all the years to follow, he never stopped loving her.

Now, 16 years later, he is a successful lawyer, but Savannah...his one true love...is missing. She has vanished into the thin air.

Everyone in Matagorda believes that, Levi Cruz, Savannah’s abusive husband, has finally killed her, but Travis is not convinced. In his nightly recurring dreams, Savannah appears to him, telling him she is still alive, lost and alone, waiting for him to find her.

Against all odds and logic, ignoring everyone’s advice, he begins a frantic, dangerous and deadly search to find her and bring her home.

I've spent my life working as a traveling musician. Along the way, I've met some interesting people and seen some indescribable things. Although my books are works of fiction, they are based on real people I've met and the amazing places I've been. For over 4 decades, along with my wife Dana, we

Simon carr, satirical sci-fi writer.
Genre:
A GALAXY IN TURMOIL.
A SYSTEM CORRUPTED.
A STUPID LOOKING GOAT.
AN ANGRY FROG.
AND EGG SANDWICHES!

Simon carr is, well he is me, hello, compleatly inept at writing bio's in a third person, simon was born in Darwin in the north of england and lives in the paradise that is known only as Blackburn, he, oh stuff that, I write satirical comedy science fiction, if that's even a genre, I'm not sure but

Halima khatun profile pic
Genre:
In the world where it’s everyone’s business set me up, I know I’ll find a husband but will he be the one?

Halima Khatun is a former journalist (having worked for ITV and the BBC), writer and PR consultant. Since she was a child, she knew that words would be her thing. With a lifelong passion for writing, Halima wrote her first novel - a coming-of-age children’s story - at the age of 12. It was politely

Photo of author D. E. Stockman
Genre:
In late summer 1742, shipwright Abraham Robinson leaves London to work at France's great shipyard in Brest where his life changes dramatically. There he falls in love with Yvette, only to lose both his position and lover as war begins. Returning to England, the navy presses him to serve as a ship's carpenter, tearing him from his plans. Great sea battles, dangerous escapes, and ravaging fires challenge Abraham and Yvette's lives from London to the colonies of North America.

Throughout, historical and fictional characters cross their paths to help and hinder, but not all survive to achieve their goals in this first book of the Tween Sea and Shore Series.

D. E. Stockman was reared in a small town in the Midwest U. S. A. and now lives outside Chicago. After serving in the U. S. Air Force as a Russian translator, he graduated from Northeastern Illinois University with a bachelor of arts degree. He has been involved in various aspects of the graphic

Annie Berkley Author and Activist
Genre:
Sometimes you have to go through the storm in order to weather it.

Annie Berkley is a freelance author, speaker, advocate, and counselor. Her writing is for people in search of inspiration and motivation, and those who have trouble seeing there is a silver lining behind every cloud. Rising like a phoenix out of her own tragedy, she wrote A House of Smoke and

Profile Headshot - Nikki Vallance
Genre:
Four Lives. Three Siblings. Two Secrets. One Pivotal Moment.

Dulcie, Elizabeth, Annie and Liza receive a mysterious potentially life-changing bequest with a deadline. Seeking support from a hypnotherapist they unpick four decades of life choices before they decide, is it yes or is it no?

Nikki is an author, speaker and coach who works with others to unlock their writing talents. She runs a group coaching program, The Writers' Pod, and one to one sessions to help aspiring writers achieve their goals. She began writing Pivotal, whilst still working in her recruitment career, following

Author Kristi Helvig
Genre:
When a pair of faerie wings fetch big bucks in an online auction, half-human/half-faerie Lila Kincade realizes her kind aren’t just oppressed—they’re hunted.

I am a Ph.D. clinical psychologist and career coach by day and sci-fi/fantasy author by night. My endless fascination with human behavior and the choices people make fuels my passion for both careers. My sci-fi novel, BURN OUT, originally published by Egmont USA, was called "a scorching series

a photo of Richard Attree
Genre:
A couple of mismatched petty criminals find they’ve bitten off more than they can chew when they dognap the canine co-stars of a blockbuster movie, are tracked through cyberspace by a quirky, big-hearted female pet detective, and discover what we can all learn from Man’s Best Friend.

RICHARD ATTREE grew up in London in the 1960s—an exciting time, and place, to be a teenager. By the mid-1970s, he had a degree in philosophy and was playing keyboards in various unsuccessful jazz, rock, and soul bands. He always wanted to be a writer, but was diverted into writing music rather than

Profile photo of Rhoda Baxter AKA Jeevani Charika
Genre:
A gay man and a straight woman get married to appease their families. They are the ultimate power couple ... until they fall in love.

Rhoda Baxter writes romantic comedies about strong women and nice guy heroes. She also writes multicultural women’s fiction, under her real name, Jeevani Charika. Her books have been shortlisted for various awards. She was born in the South of England, but spent much of her childhood in Sri Lanka

John Frankel in France
Genre:
In the space known as The World of Finance, we know that very little love is lost. Yet Zyg Adams, the CEO of I,E.D. Securities, believed he had found it in Miss Antoinette Mairie. She, however, begged to differ. She was an experienced divorce lawyer and knew a lot about love. And a lot about why successful stockbrokers succeed.
[More detail at Amazon site for "Love and The Bay Street Bingo Players:" https://www.amazon.com/Love-Bay-Street-Bingo-Players/dp/1988360013]

John obtained a B.A> from the University of Toronto and a Diplome d'Etudes from the Sorbonne. That was followed by several years of doctoral work at the University of Waterloo in philosophy. For the error of his ways, he ended up spending forty years in the investment services business. He likes

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Genre:
Trouble is brewing in the sleepy village of Clamford in the Vale where the locals are experiencing hard times since the winter storms ripped away their ancient road bridge. The pub is struggling, the church congregation is dwindling, and the farmers are wearing permanent frowns. Salvation appears in the form of a generous legacy bequeathed by a recently deceased lady of the manor, but her generosity comes with conditions...conditions which soon generate a scandal that few will ever forget.
Told with gentle humour, this contemporary tale introduces a host of colourful characters.

I live in the north east where I draw much of my inspiration. Following a long career in public service, during which I was Chief Emergency Planning Officer for Cleveland, Head of Resilience for Government Office for the North East and Chair of the National Steering Committee for Warning and

Brad Wiebe head shot
Genre:
Dana Seibel is expected to graduate with honors and a scholarship to the college of her choice. When she fails her senior science project — a report on the evolution of humanity, her science teacher offers her another chance to get back on track. However, Dana’s father, a third-generation pastor, believes a re-write to be an affront to God.

But her problems have only barely begun.

When Dana arrives home from the prom drunk, long after her curfew, family and personal relationships are damaged. Upon discovering she is pregnant, pandemonium breaks out because Dana’s a virgin!

A battle between faith, logic, and evidence erupts with Dana caught in the crosshairs.

Brad Wiebe has been called a lot of things, and is proud to add Author to soften the blow. He’s usually readings at least two books at any time; one to learn from, and one purely for pleasure. His debut novel, Testament, combines both these opportunities for his Young Adult readers. When not reading

The image depicts a woman standing in the rain, a duffel bag at her feet. A car is stopped nearby with the door open, offering a ride.
Genre:
A young detective is partnered with an older, seasoned detective to investigate the murder of homeless people in the community. As they investigate the murders, they discover just how difficult it is living on the street. Meanwhile, the killer inserts himself into the investigation while planning his next murder, requiring the detectives to risk everything to save the life of someone close to them.

I am a retired police officer, retiring at the rank of Captain, in charge of the Criminal Investigation Division at the Dubuque, Iowa, Police Department. At Arm's Length is my first book, and am currently working on two other books.

C. R.  Mitchell
Genre:
Northern Italy, 1945; when a devoted family man’s vineyard turns profitable, a greedy mafia boss accuses the man of murder and demands restitution at a price more valuable than money.

Christina Mitchell has a deep love and respect for the women in her Italian family. Their ability to triumph in a sexist culture motivated her to write the mafia series, The Italian Rose. Christina wants her novels to be more than pages filled with thrilling storylines. Through her books, she

Portrait of the author Dominic Hayes
Genre:
As British sea power is challenged in WW1, Captain 'Blinker' Hall must break the German codes. But with no help from his superior, who can he trust?

Since childhood Dominic enjoyed stories. An avid reader in his youth, he had always wanted to write fiction, but rarely found the time. After University, he taught for three years at a secondary school in the West Midlands, followed by two years in West Africa. On his return to the UK, he married

Heather Lee Dyer author photo
Genre:
A loner teen must go live with her estranged coroner father on Delta Station after her mother dies. This fringe community quickly nicknames her ‘la muerta,' the dead girl. She slowly gains the respect of her classmates as she prevents a catastrophe on an old science cruiser, only to discover a dangerous secret that threatens the safety of the entire space station.

HEATHER LEE DYER is the award-winning author of three complete YA sci-fi series, co-author of a YA alien invasion trilogy, and author of two non-fiction books in the Creativity Over Perfection series. She also writes for various online magazines such as Medium.com and Thrive Global. Raised in the

Bio photo of Canadian speculative fiction author K.A. Wiggins
Genre:
The climate crisis came with a side of monsters. Too bad the one girl who could have stopped them is dead . . .

K.A. Wiggins is a Vancouver-born Canadian speculative fiction writer, speaker, and creative writing coach. Her work spans YA fantasy with an edge of horror, paranormal, ecopunk, gothic dystopian, climate apocalypse, and urban fantasy, and explores social movements, environmental crises, and identity

Rosemary Esehagu is an author, a novelist, and a poet. She is the author of THE LOOMING FOG.
Genre:
In a rural village in Africa where everyone has to fit rigid gender roles, an intersex child and a girl who wants to be a healer—a male-only role—must figure out their place in the community.

Rosemary Esehagu is a native Nigerian. She is a mom, a novelist, a poet, and a physician. She is a believer in pursuing different interests and embracing one’s self. Her works typically focus on identity, self-concept, and social issues. The mind and the role external and internal forces play to

Xann Smith in black and white
Genre:
After a failed attempt to end her life, a woman washes ashore in Will-O'-the-Wisp Point, forced to choose between running from her past or accepting the second chance she's been given.

Xann-shapella Smith studied playwriting and screenwriting at Brigham Young University and has brought her plays to the stage on many occasions. Her love for storytelling has produced scripts that span many genres. In an attempt to broaden her horizons, she began writing novels in 2017. Her first

Adell Ryan, Author
Genre:
The deadline for everyone to submit a mandatory blood sample for the DNA Networking Act is fast approaching, but Thessaly and the four guys on her Reverse Genus list have plans of their own: to find the real reason behind the Act and put a stop to The Program's nefarious plans before it's too late.

Adell Ryan is a hubby/wife pseudonym. Adell writes unconventional love stories about fierce women and their numerous male suitors. Because let's be honest, we need more than one to satisfy our multi-dimensional needs. Right? Ryan simply puts up with Adell's crazy fantasies and toots her horn

Oliver Richbell
Genre:
A change must be made. Permanently removing The Prime Minister is the only way.

This was the aim of a band of conspirators intent on quashing the Brexit Referendum result. Everything was planned with military precision and with the words “we go tonight” they were ready to initiate Gloriana.

After spending over a decade as a lawyer Oliver now runs a dispute resolution consultancy that helps businesses avoid, manage and resolve their commercial disputes through dialogue and negotiation. He is also Chairman of Bedfordshire’s region of Wooden Spoon, a national charity that helps socially

Cathie Hartigan - head and shoulders
Genre:
Two boys went to war, but only one came back, and it wasn’t to a warm welcome and happy ever after. Decades later, Ros needs to know what turned heads and hearts against him. The trail she follows begins with a song, but what she discovers is that everyone, including herself, has something to hide.

I’m a Londoner by birth but moved to the Westcountry to study music at Dartington College of Arts. I now live in the historic city of Exeter. After teaching the piano at Exeter School for many years, several short story competition successes, including publication in the Romantic Novelists’

Head and Shoulders image of the author Brian Marcel
Genre:
An exciting account of my journey within the barcode industry as I pioneered barcoding in the former Soviet Eastern Bloc when the Berlin Wall fell. Lessons learned appear at the end of each chapter action acting as a success primer for entrepreneurs who want to change the world

I started my career in the London Stock Exchange, but working in an Institution didn’t suit me, and I got fired from my grandfather’s firm. From there, I moved on to sell all types of papers made by Wiggins Teape, a leading British paper manufacturer that sent me to South Africa to enhance my career

BrookeSivendra
Genre:
A forbidden love…
A royal family in despair.
Rules are not made to be broken,
But he will break them all.

Brooke Sivendra lives in Adelaide, Australia with her husband and two furry children—Milly, a Rhodesian Ridgeback, and Izzy, an Australian black Kelpie who keeps Brooke running around in her down time! Brooke has a degree in Nuclear Medicine and worked in the field of medical research before

Jeanne Wald
Genre:
An imaginative 9-year-old girl, who secretly dreams to be an astronaut, must compete in the school science fair to have a chance to visit the space center. After a failed attempt to build a mini-rocket, she gets unexpected help from a smart and friendly robot that wants to learn imagination.

Jeanne Wald was born and raised in a multicultural family, in the vast steppes of Central Asia. After obtaining a degree in International Relations, she moved to Europe, where she has worked for international organisations acting in the areas of climate change, health and education. When not writing

Image of Beth Barany, Novelist
Genre:
At Bijoux de L’Étoile, a high-end casino orbiting Earth, lead investigator Janey McCallister needs to solve a priceless gem theft. When the case escalates to murder, Janey must rely on her new team and trust the mysterious insurance investigator Orlando Valdez—before a killer escapes into the black.

An award-winning novelist, Beth Barany writes science fiction and fantasy for young adults and adults. Her first novel Henrietta The Dragon Slayer won Grand Prize in a California Indie Author contest. Based in Oakland, California, with her husband, Ezra Barany, also a novelist, Beth has lived abroad

Robert Fear Author Photo
Genre:
This true to life memoir follows 21-year-old Fred’s adventures as he acclimatises to living abroad. In a time before instant communication, he keeps in touch with family and friends by letter. They are his lifeline to home.

Robert Fear has lived in Eastbourne, on the south coast of the UK, for half his life. He moved there to be with Lynn, his future wife, and is still there with her over thirty years later. As cat-lovers they have taken on several rescue cats over the years and are owned by three at the moment. For

Norman Hall
Genre:
West Berlin 1962 – A veteran of the Italian campaign in 1944 and now an intelligence analyst with MI6, Harry Male’s job is to separate fact from fiction; truth from lies. But Harry is tormented by recurring nightmares and remains haunted by something terrible that happened eighteen years ago. When he’s assigned the task of debriefing a high-ranking East German defector, it sets in motion a chain of events that spiral rapidly out of his control forcing him to face his trauma and seek out his own truth.

Norman Hall was an accountant for 40 years, but from an early age had a keen interest in home movies and a critical eye for film production techniques. He filmed and edited his first film on 8mm celluloid back in 1971 and dabbled with a video camera in the 80s but didn't take up movie-making