I am running a special on Amazon.com. For the next 48 hours you can download Stone of Destiny for free and save $2.99! Since the deal went live at midnight (EST) I have had over 4000 downloads! Hopefully that turns […]Read More
Julian Moore is a composer, songwriter, music producer, author and mentalist. Interested in all things strange from an early age, his writing took a back seat to his musical endeavours until fairly recently, when he embarked on a writing spree […]Read More
Today’s interview is with Rick Chesler. Rick is the author of three scheitific thrillers. His most recent book, Solar Island, was published on December 11th 2012.
Rick Chesler holds a Bachelor of Science in marine biology and has had a life-long […]Read More
Today’s interview is with Cliff Happy. Cliff is the author of the popular "Friends from Damascus" series.
Cliff Happy was born in 1963, and joined the Marine Corps right out of high school where he spent twenty-two years with the infantry. […]Read More
Today’s interview is with James Wharton. James writes books covering three different genera’s, humor, paranormal encounters and historical based fiction with a special interest in aviation. His most recent book, The Jaguar Queen, is a fascinating read and racking up […]Read More
Kristyn Decker is an author, blogger, activist and mother. She grew up one of 23 children born to her father, a man with eight wives and who would eventually become the "prophet" of a polygamous organization estimated in 1998 to […]Read More
Number 683 on Kindle!
It’s 11:38 pm on November 20th. As I type this my stomach is full of butterflies (no, nothing too gruesome, I promise you). They’re the kind of butterflies I remember having waiting to meet a prom date […]Read More
Peter Gorman, author of “Ayahuasca in my Blood”
Peter Gorman is a noted and award-winning journalist and adventurer. His feature writing has appeared in more than 100 major national and international magazines including Omni, Playboy, Wildlife Conservation, Spain’s Geo, Mexico’s Geo […]
David Kessler began writing at the age of 15 when he dropped out of school, but it wasn’t until he was in his late thirties that he secured a publishing contract from Hodder Headline. Over the 15 years he has been […]Read More