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The Key-Stone of the Bridge

A very Scottish tale, full of chills, thrills, mystery, whisky, and suspense....

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The Academie

When Allie Thompson graduated, she thought she put high school behind her. But when a series of violent outbreaks by teens sends panic surging through the nation, high school is ri...

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Bone Machine

The Libra Robotics and Cybernetics Corporation robots have done the impossible. War, poverty, and slavery are nearly extinct. Worldwide employment is at an all time high. And the n...

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Author Spotlight

Lorrie Farrelly

A Navy brat and graduate of the University of California, Santa Cruz, LORRIE FARRELLY is proud to be...

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Meg Winkler

Real life action-adventurer, dating guru, military historian, yogi, vampire fan....

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G. Jay

A communications graduate of the City Universities of New York, and after twenty-nine years as a hum...

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Morgan Bell

Morgan Bell is a young Australian woman, born in Melbourne, Victoria in 1981. She attended school in...

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Gary Eddings

I retired as a Fire Department EMS Division Chief in 2005 and then began to write seriously in 2009....

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The Casual Cupcake Agency

As a self-published author, I understand what goes into creating electronic press kits, cover design...

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Towerbabel

Towerbabel is a self publishing platform for users to write, collaborate and publish their works ele...

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Kindle Direct Publishing

*With Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) you can self-publish your books on the Amazon Kindle Store. It...

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Digital Book End.com

Readers, stop searching for your next great read. Find it on digital book end.com. Author interviews...

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The Red Pen Coach

The Red Pen Coach offers editorial and coaching services to writers of all genres with the exception...

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