Author Irene Edwards

Irene Edwards is a retired teacher who now writes fantasy fiction for children. As an educator, she taught Primary level in many parts of the UK; London, Essex, Coventry, Midlands, Cardiff, Port Talbot, Swansea, and Carmarthenshire. She then qualified as a Teacher of the Deaf at The Lady Spencer Churchill… Continue reading

Article -‘The Earth Itself Is Causing Climate Change’ Is In Two Of John Wiessner’s Books

The essay “The Earth Itself Is Causing Climate Change” appears in two Jay Dubya (John Wiessner, J.W.) books: If anyone disagrees with this essay, please attack the MESSAGE, and not the messenger. Photo: The Sahara Desert, Africa “The Earth Itself Is Causing Climate Change” Ten-thousand years ago, scientists tell us… Continue reading

The Magic Islands Series by Irene Edwards

The Magic Islands Series by Irene Edwards. A Spooky Wish-A Magic Islands (Book One). Centuries ago, there were a group of mysterious, some say magical islands, which fell victim to a monsters’ curse, making them unreachable by sea. The islands were all but forgotten. But now a group of wicked,… Continue reading

Article -‘Precession of Earth’s Axis’ Is In Two Of John Wiessner’s Books

Precession of Earth’s Axis. This half-way shifting phenomenon is what is actually causing what activists describe as “Climate Change”. The essay “The Earth Itself Is Causing Climate Change” appears in two Jay Dubya (John Wiessner, J.W.) books: If anyone disagrees with this essay, please attack the MESSAGE, and not the… Continue reading

Linda Franks News Letter (09-21-2023)

FREE BOOK GIVEAWAY: LINDA MARIA FRANK – ANNIE TILLERY MYSTERIES-Thu 9/21/2023 10:39 AM. Author’s Page At Book Marketing Global Network–https://bookmarketingglobalnetwork.com/book-marketing-global-network/linda-maria-franks-books/

Author Christina Siwik

“I am a lifelong resident of Michigan. I currently live in the middle of the woods in northern Michigan. I am a wife, mother, grandmother and retired educator. I have been married to my best friend for over fifty years. We love to travel to historical sites and love to… Continue reading

Author Rudy Lopes

Rudy Lopes was born in New York City of immigrant parents. Growing up a Bronx kid, he developed a love for playing guitar, watching baseball, and reading thousands of fantasy and sci-fi novels. With a strong librarian mother, three sisters, a wife, and two daughters, his writing naturally includes women… Continue reading

Author Gigi Sedlmayer

Book Excellence Award Finalist 2017, Sole Award Medalist winner with ‘New Apple’ 2017, Nominee with Global Ebook Award 2017, silver book award with Readers’ Favorite Gisela (Gigi) Sedlmayer was born on 19 May 1944 in Potsdam, a suburb of Berlin in Germany. Her family escaped to the West just before… Continue reading

Author Nikki Broadwell

Nikki Broadwell is the author of three series that take place in or around Scotland and featuring the Celtic and Norse pantheon of gods and goddesses as well as fantastical and mystical settings and beings. Look for: Wolfmoon series, Gypsy series, and Raven and Hummingbird series. Her themes are the… Continue reading

Author Alexander Saunders

Message From The Author: I’ve been writing for a long time and I enjoy every minute of it best of all I always allow my imagination to do most of the work Author’s Page At Book Marketing Global Network–https://bookmarketingglobalnetwork.com/book-marketing-global-network-book-reviews-central/alexander-saundersbooks/

Author Linda Maria Frank

Hello, fellow mystery lovers. As a teacher of forensic science for almost 20 years, I decided to create mysteries around the science I found most interesting. I also wanted to create a smart, edgy, young female detective to solve my cases. The result was Annie Tillery. I like to call… Continue reading

Author Phyllis Hunsinger

Phyllis has a passion for education, serving as a math teacher, middle school and high school principal, and retiring as school superintendent. Failing retirement, she worked as a teacher evaluator for Visiting International Faculty, as a southwest regional representative for the Colorado Department of Education, and as an educational coordinator… Continue reading

Author Eloise Epps MacKinnon

Eloise Epps MacKinnon, Author and Motivational Speaker, and a Servant of God. She advocates for God’s people to know Him in all these roles. As a child, Eloise was taught it is never too early for someone to learn their God-given brand in society. A life brand in which God… Continue reading

Author Randall Krzak

Randall Krzak is a U.S. Army veteran and retired senior civil servant, spending thirty years in Europe, Africa, Central America, and the Middle East. His residency abroad qualifies him to build rich worlds in his action-adventure novels and short stories. Familiar with customs, laws, and social norms, he promotes these… Continue reading

Author Ronald E. Yates

Ronald E. Yates is an award-winning author of historical fiction and action/adventure novels, including the popular and highly-acclaimed Finding Billy Battles trilogy. His extraordinarily accurate books have captivated fans around the world who applaud his ability to blend fact and fiction. Ron is a former foreign correspondent for the Chicago… Continue reading

Special Recognition For The Timeless Time Machine by Jay Dubya

The Timeless Time Machine is adult satirical literature featuring adult language and adult situations. The setting is London, England, 1899, at the turn of a new century, and the exciting advances of science and technology are dominant in the minds of people throughout the Western World. Herbert George Wells (1866-1946)… Continue reading

Blue Cove Mystery Series by Iona Morrison

Blue Cove Mystery Series (12 Books) by Iona Morrison. Iona Morrison is a multi-published Amazon bestselling author who writes 5-Stars romantic suspense with a touch of the paranormal. Author’s Page At Book Marketing Global Network-http://bookmarketingglobalnetwork.com/book-marketing-global-network/iona-morrisons-books/

Author Ben Kilgore

“Through The Raging Storm” is Kilgore’s second novel. While it’s not a sequel to “Waiting for Normal”, again, it’s a story about contemporary Americans caught up in unusual circumstances. The reader will find a dash of science tossed in for flavoring. Kilgore has always enjoyed “creating” and has been a… Continue reading

Author Barbara Ann Mojica

Barbara Ann Mojica, M.A. S.A.S., S.D.A is a historian and retired educator. Her education career spans more than forty years serving as a teacher, special educator, principal, and school district administrator. Barbara writes monthly historical articles for the Columbia Insider under the banner “Passages.” Using the whimsical Little Miss History… Continue reading

Author Rayner Tapia

A writer with a teaching background releases books to relish. There are Twelve books written to date and published so far, receiving six awards. The Adventures of Tom McGuire Book series. The Krigga Chronicles,3 books. Mouse Tales, has 4 books, written so far. First series, is a winner of NABE… Continue reading

Author Dutch Rhudy

Dutch Rhudy; referred to by his peers as the master of Mystery, Mayhem and Madness; resides in a quaint, east Tennessee post war cottage. Any similarity to serenity, abruptly ends right here. For this mysterious Author of Mischief is about to enter his study. Or should I say, make an… Continue reading

Author John W. Howell

John began his writing as a full-time occupation after an extensive business career. His specialty is thriller fiction novels, but John also writes poetry and short stories. His first book, My GRL, introduces the exciting adventures of the book’s central character, John J. Cannon. The second Cannon novel, His Revenge,… Continue reading

Annie Tillery Mysteries by Linda Maria Frank

As a teacher of forensic science for almost 20 years, I decided to create mysteries around the science I found most interesting. I also wanted to create a smart, edgy, young female detective to solve my cases. The result was Annie Tillery. I like to call my books “Nancy Drew… Continue reading

Author Ron A. Sewell

At the age 14 with my passport and an almost empty rucksack I headed for the south of France. Here, I had a fabulous time working as a deckhand on luxury yachts. If you choose to read my books and find you do not enjoy them please with my good… Continue reading

Author Joy M Lilley

“Hello, my name is Joy Gerken, pen name Joy M. Lilley. I write, blog and was a trained nurse all my working life, until I retired in 2015. My first novel is titled “Figs, Vines and Roses” a tale of love and loss at the turn of the nineteenth century…. Continue reading

Author Kathleen Heady

Kathleen Heady grew up telling stories – to pass the time or just to exercise her imagination. She spent her childhood on a farm in southern Illinois, where she was fortunate to have parents who encouraged her to study, read, and learn about the world. Besides rural Illinois, she has… Continue reading

Author J. A. Hunsinger

J. A. Hunsinger is an Author, Publisher, Amateur Archaeologist and Historian. His ‘Axe of Iron’ Series Details The Settlement Of A Large Group Of Norsemen On The North American Continent Beginning In 1008 AD. J. A. Hunsinger’s Books Include Axe Of Iron: ‘The Settlers’, ‘Confrontation’ and ‘Assimilation’. J. A. Hunsinger… Continue reading

Author Linnea Tanner

Award-Winning Linnea Tanner weaves Celtic tales of love, magical adventure, and political intrigue into the backdrop of Ancient Rome and Britannia. Since childhood, she has passionately read about ancient civilizations and mythology which held women in higher esteem. Of particular interest are the enigmatic Celts who were reputed as fierce… Continue reading

Author Bernadette Rowley

Bernadette Rowley is an Australian epic fantasy romance author who is also a veterinarian. After flirting with picture books, junior fiction and space opera, Bernadette was challenged to write a romance in 2011 and she hasn’t looked back. First published by Penguin Australia and then Pan Macmillan Australia, Bernadette is… Continue reading

Author Ed Duncan

Ed Duncan is a graduate of Oberlin College and Northwestern University Law School. He was a partner at a national law firm in Cleveland, Ohio for many years. He is the original author of a highly regarded treatise entitled Ohio Insurance Coverage published by Thomson West in 2008 which he… Continue reading

Author Charles Salzberg

Charles Salzberg is a novelist, a journalist, and an acclaimed writing instructor. His new novel, Devil in the Hole, a gripping work of literary crime fiction based on the notorious John List murders, is on shelves now. He is the author of the Henry Swann detective series: Swann Dives In;… Continue reading

Crime Novelist Alan Brenham

Alan Brenham is the pen name of Alan Behr. He worked as a Texas law enforcement officer for over twenty years and as a criminal prosecutor and later criminal defense attorney for over twenty-five years. Today he lives in Texas with his wife, Lillian, where he’s working on his seventh… Continue reading

Author Kathleen J. Shields

Kathleen J. Shields is a prolific writer with more than 30 published books! She is creative, highly imaginative and an extremely dedicated, hardworking individual. Some award-winning books are the “Hamilton Troll’s Adventures” and “The Painting” which is Christian Fiction. She also runs her own graphic and website design company as… Continue reading

Author Radine Trees Nehring

Multi-published author RADINE TREES NEHRING and husband John moved from Tulsa, Oklahoma, to rural northwest Arkansas in 1988 after spending weekends on their Arkansas land for ten years. Radine began writing a series of articles, essays, and stories about the Arkansas Ozarks shortly after she and John bought their land,… Continue reading

Author Glenn Sartori

Glenn Sartori is a lifelong resident of St. Louis, Missouri and graduated from St. Louis University with BS and MS in Electrical Engineering. In 1997 he married Rosanne and enjoy condo living in St. Louis County. They have two sons Michael and Jeffrey, both grown, live in different cities and… Continue reading

Author Lesley Lodge

Lesley Lodge now lives on a very small farm in England after many years working on regeneration projects in inner-city London. She grew up in the New Forest with holiday jobs in a racing stable and on a palomino stud farm. Her long-time ride is Freddie, a hairy bay cob… Continue reading

Finding Billy Battles Trilogy by Ronald E. Yates

Ronald E. Yates is an award-winning author of the highly-acclaimed Finding Billy Battles trilogy. His extraordinarily accurate books have captivated fans around the world who applaud his ability to blend fact and fiction. Author’s Page At Book Marketing Global Network-http://bookmarketingglobalnetwork.com/book-marketing-global-network/ronald-e-yates-books/

Author Sandra Sperling

Sandra Sperling was born in Nevada and began her creative life in Minnesota, where, as a child, she wrote a play and a short story. Eventually, she attempted a horror novel, but it didn’t horrify. Her mother, while reading the manuscript, began to laugh helplessly and leaned against a door… Continue reading

Author Rob Shackleford

An English-born Australian, Rob Shackleford has lived in New Zealand and Papua New Guinea, with a varied career that has included Customs Officer, Scuba Instructor, College Teacher and management roles in too many places. With degrees in the Arts and Business, he is mad keen on travel, Scuba diving, Family… Continue reading

Author Jon Cocks

Jon Cocks taught secondary Drama and English for many years. Angel of Aleppo, a Story of the Armenian Genocide is his first full-length novel. He has unpublished cartoon strips, a long list of credits in community theatre, a long-running TV ad, several one-act plays written for students and a novella… Continue reading

Author Larry Auerbach

Larry Auerbach is a practicing psychotherapist of twenty-five years, in Pt. St. Lucie, Fla, where he lives with his wife of 32 years. He earned his Master’s in Social Work form Barry University in Miami Shores, FL in 1991 and has maintained a busy practice since. He has traveled out… Continue reading

Author Cynthia Woolf

Cynthia Woolf is the USA Today Bestselling and award-winning author of seventy novels consisting of sixty-two historical western romances, two contemporary romances and six sci-fi, space opera romances, which she calls westerns in space. Along with these books she has also published one contemporary novella, eight boxed sets of her… Continue reading

Author Michael Oborn

Michael Oborn recently received two awards from Readers Favorite. 5 Star rating medallion and an Honorable Mention. Thank you, ‘Readers Favorite’. The Complete Mystery of Matthew Alcott has become a subject of heated debate and interest among angry Mormons, ex-Mormons, and religious scholars. Oborn’s book has been critiqued and reviewed… Continue reading

Author Nick Korolev

Nick Korolev was born in New Jersey and grew up in a boating family. His love of the sea and all things maritime from tall ships to submarines often shows in his writing of maritime historical fiction. Other inspiration is grounded in his love and vast experience with animals from… Continue reading

Author Susanne Leist

A career in writing has been an enormous leap for me. Accustomed to the number-crunching field of budgeting and the hectic commodity markets, I left my first career and M.B.A. in Finance behind to pursue my dream. However, I do not regret my foray into literature for one moment. I… Continue reading

Author D. M. McGowan

“Author Dave McGowan has been a cowboy, forest fire fighter, heavy equipment operator, farmhand, gardener, road musician and businessman. He now writes, and works as a commercial driver, in Northern British Columbia.” The forgoing is the bio from the back of my novels and one might conclude from this information… Continue reading

Author Steve Shear

My early paintings (1986 – 2013) can best be described as expressionistic and surreal portraiture/figure, often larger than life. Most are from live models and from my sculptures, but others come from my imagination. My objective was to elicit an emotional response through composition, color, shapes, and the application of… Continue reading

Special Recognition For Homer’s Odd Sea Odyssey by Jay Dubya (John Wiessner)

The poet/bard Homer, reputed to have been blind, is credited with organizing the Odyssey, the epic tale of the Greek hero Odysseus, who was punished by Poseidon (Neptune, the sea god) for ten-long-years after the Trojan War. Homer had lived around the time when alphabets and writing were developed (around… Continue reading

Author Cherie Waggie

“I an Oklahoma Green Country, ranch raised, proud to be an American Veteran woman. I discovered my writing talent at age 10, and have been writing poetry, short stories, and books ever since. I’ve been married and widowed, and all my children have four legs. I love animals, have training… Continue reading

Author Jay Dubya (John Wiessner)

About The Author: Jay Dubya is author’ John Wiessner’s pen name. John is a retired New Jersey public school English teacher, having diligently taught the subject for thirty-four years. John lives in Hammonton, New Jersey with wife Joanne and the couple has three grown sons. Counting London: Lashed, Lacerated, Lampooned… Continue reading