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THE FORGOTTEN ONES (Book One) by Laura Howard

About “The Forgotten Ones: Book 1 (The Danaan Trilogy)“ Allison O’Malley’s plan is to go to grad school so she can get a good job and take care of her schizophrenic mother. She has carefully closed herself off from everything else, including a relationship with Ethan, who she’s been in love with for as long as she can remember. What is definitely not part of the plan is the return of her long-lost father, who claims he can bring Allison’s mother back from the dark place her mind has gone. Allison doesn’t trust her father, so why would she believe his fairy tale about a long forgotten Irish people, the Tuatha de Danaan? But truths have a way of revealing themselves. Secrets will eventually surface. And Allison must learn to set aside her plan and wo...

THE NORU: BLUE ROSE Rose by Lola StVil

  About “The Noru: Blue Rose“ The last thing I see before I close my eyes are his silver wings coming toward me. He lifts me up and takes me in his arms. While demons hurl fireballs at us from every direction, I study his face. I realize he doesn’t want me to live; he needs me to. It’s as if his whole existence depends on it… The Noru series in order: Book 1: Blue Rose Book 2: Last Akon Book 3: Fall Of The Chosen About Lola StVil Lola was seven when she first came to this country from Port-au-Prince, Haiti. She attended Columbia College in Chicago, where her main focus was creative writing. In addition to plays, she also writes screenplays and short stories. She has been commissioned to write for ABC, CBS and Princeton University. She won the NAACP award for her play ̶...

A MEASURE OF DISORDER by Alan Tucker

High school will be a breeze for Jenni Kershaw — if she lives long enough to enroll, that is. Jenni’s ordinary, eighth grade life becomes a thing of the past when her science class goes on a field trip. Armed with only their notebooks, MP3 players, and wits, Jenni and her classmates are unknowingly transported to another world. There they encounter amazing creatures, some of which think a kid shish kebab would be a tasty treat. But they soon find the greatest dangers they face may come from themselves … Follow Jenni and her class on their extraordinary adventures in their fight to discover who — and what — they really are. Praise for A Measure of Disorder, Book One of the Mother-Earth Series “…I was hooked! I could hardly put this book down. …...

Storme by Bel Ravenne

  About Storme: This is the story of two girls; ordinary, but with their own individual traits. Every girl has to express her individuality some way, and these two are no exception. Maria is not afraid of growing up; she’s only concerned with how she’ll make her mother proud of her achievements. Born in a village in North Bedfordshire, she has a dream of going to university and perhaps write a book, but struggles with autism. Storme – Stephanie – at 18 has her own struggle; she’s trying to break away from an upbringing in a North London estate, an upbringing that no girl should ever experience. Her guardian Ella is far from an ideal foster mother. These two very different girls, from very different backgrounds, are brought together at university, but with their unusual friendship comes gre...

Author Interview: E. Van Lowe

Bio: E. Van Lowe is an author, television writer, screen-writer, playwright and producer who has worked on such TV shows as “The Cosby Show,” “Even Stevens,” and “Homeboys In Outer Space.” He has been nominated for both an Emmy and an Academy Award. His first YA Paranormal novel, “Never Slow Dance With A Zombie,” was a selection of The Scholastic Book Club, and a nominee for an American Library Association Award.  His Best Selling novels, “Boyfriend From Hell” and “Earth Angel,” are the first two books in the Falling Angels Saga. He is also, horror novelist, Sal Conte, author of the 80s horror classics “Child’s Play” and “The Power.”  Sal’s latest, “The Toothache Man,” a short story published as an ebook, is available on Amazon. E lives in Be...

Author Interview: A. R. Silverberry

Bio: A. R. Silverberry has won a dozen awards, including Gold Medal Winner in the 2011 Benjamin Franklin Awards, in Juvenile/Young Adult Fiction; Gold Medal Winner in the 2010 Readers Favorite Awards in Preteen Fiction; and Winner, 2010 Books and Authors Books of the Year Award, in Fantasy/Fairy Tale Fiction. He lives in California, where the majestic coastline, trees, and mountains inspire his writing. Silverberry, the pen name for Peter Allan Adler, has been a licensed psychologist since 1991. He continues to balance his clinical practice with writing. Wyndano’s Cloak is his first novel. Website:  www.arsilverberry.com Blog:  www.arsilverberry.com/blog Twitter ID:  @arsilverberry Facebook:  A.R. Silverberry Goodreads:  Wyndano’s Cloak Books Trailer:  Wyndano’s Cloak Welcome, A. R. ...

Author Interview: Keith Weaver

The interview series with members of my Twitter community continues with #TeaserTrain author Keith Weaver. Enjoy!   Bio: I was into fantasy as a young boy. The first book I have a real memory of is The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster, a favorite of mine still today. My mind has always had an affinity for the strange and make believe. I’ve been watching and reading horror, paranormal, fantasy and sci-fi ever since. In college, I fell in love with literature courses and started dabbling in my own writing. Website:  www.aboutkeithweaver.com  Twitter ID:  @drmweave2501Facebook:  Fan Page  Google+:  Keith Weaver   Goodreads:  Keith Weaver            Welcome, Keith! Thanks for being here today. Q: What is your genre? Why did you choose it? KW: I started out in horror, because I’ve alway...

Author Interview: Beth Elisa Harris

The interview series with members of my twitter community continues with #TeaserTrain author Beth Elisa Harris. Enjoy! Bio: There is a book “Linchpin” by Seth Godin that should be required reading for all humans. It talks about how we start life as creative artisans, all of us in our own way with our unique interests and abilities, only to have is sucked away by the antiquated systems of industry. We are brainwashed to be ‘workers’ – uncomplaining and compliant. The gifts and desires we possess snuffed out. I know, because it happened to me. I was born a writer. From the time I could speak, I drove my parents crazy with stories and imaginary friends. Once I could write and sustain trains of thought, I wrote my first full-length story about how Earth was actual...

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