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Author Q&A with Joanne Hale

Author Joanne Hale describes herself as the kid in school with a book in one hand and in the other a notebook and pen. And even as an adult this hasn’t changed much. In her writing, as in life, she invites you in and takes you on the journey. Meet Joanne.  You’re an author, but […]

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The Girl Who Lived

When Faith is released from the psychiatric hospital, she struggles to regain her footing. Despite the fact that her mother has established for her a daily routine, an apartment and scheduled several support groups to keep her focused, she can’t cope with reality. As the guilt-ridden survivor of a horrific crime in which a ‘rat-faced […]

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The Shadow Box

Claire Beaudry Chase fails to arrive at her showing at the art gallery owned by her friend, Kate Woodward. But her husband, politician and state’s attorney, Griffin Chase is already there, busily gladhanding with his constituents as if nothing is amiss. After spying Claire’s controversial shadowbox piece, Fingerbone, he purchases it, breaks protocol by hastily […]

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False Light

Senior investigative reporter, Sanford “Fuse” Petty has been put on leave from his D.C. newspaper, Capital Incursion due to a disciplinary investigation. The real reason? He’s hitting too close to home in his work to uncover the truth behind a Running Dog’s founder’s mysterious suicide. Now with time on his hands and injustice-fueled angst in […]

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Author Q&A with Meghan P. Browne

Meghan P. Browne was born and raised in Austin, Texas. She left her beloved Lone Star State to attend the University of Arizona in Tucson, the land of saguaro cacti, the loveliest winters, and gorgeous Santa Catalina Mountains. After graduation, Meghan returned home to Austin and the bluebonnets and blue skies of her childhood where […]

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Sign of the Maker

Boston PD Detective, Mike Kelly has been hardened by life, family and years of experience on the job. Now, he’s slowly trying to put his broken life together by making his colleague and girlfriend, Kristin Barnes, a permanent fixture in his and his daughter’s life. And just as they all were looking forward to their […]

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A Hippy-Hoppy Toad

The latest children’s picture book by best-selling author Peggy Archer and illustrator Anne Wilsdorf is a tale of a toad who’s misplaced from his home as he dodges, dashes, tumbles and hops away from pending danger. Birds, branches, humans and animals all nudge this teeny toad further along down the road and away from his […]

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Author Q&A with Todd Hosea 

A veteran of the United States Air Force, Todd Hosea started his career serving at North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and Air Force Space Command headquarters in Colorado Springs, and NAS Keflavik, Iceland. Afterwards, he went on to complete his degree. Originally from Indiana, Todd spent many summers in Colorado where he says, “The mountains […]

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Author Q&A with James Benn

I “ran” into James R. Benn through the Author’s Guild. And when I took a look at his works, the themes and the compelling book covers, I just had to meet him. Not only is he a prolific writer of historical fiction, but he’s the Dilys, Barry, Sue Feder Historical Mystery award nominated author for […]

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Blind Turn

This is the story of Jess Johnson, a promising high school track star whose life changes with the blink of an eye. While out driving with her friend she hits and kills their small town’s beloved football coach. The trauma combined with a concussion has erased Jess’s memory of what happened that fateful afternoon. And […]

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