Mack Dunstan’s Inferno : Paul Collins

Mack Dunstan's Inferno

Mack Dunstan’s Inferno My recent book is called Mack Dunstan’s Inferno and it was inspired by Bowling for Columbine, where Michael Moore challenged actor Charlton Heston on his role in gun rallies on the week of a massacre at Columbine High School. Well, the Heston Estate forbid the use of Charlton Heston in the work, but Iuniverse has published it because I changed Charlton Heston into Mack Dunstan and the paperback is called Mack Dunstan’s Inferno. It is about a Charlton Heston type character who succumbed to Alzheimer’s, descended into hell and met victims of his pro-gun policy. Yes, as he descended into Hades, he met oodles of Hollywood celebrities, including Kelsey Grammar, Sally Struthers, JK Rowlings, Hugh Hefner, Larry

Deep in the Heart : Staci Stallings

Deep in the Heart

Deep in the Heart Just out of college and completely alone in the world, Maggie Montgomery has one shot left to save her life from an abyss of poverty and hopelessness. Clinging to the last shred of fuel and hope, she arrives at the mansion of Texas billionaire Conrad Ayers. Although Maggie is clearly not what Mr. Ayers and his wife have in mind for a nanny, they agree to hire her temporarily until they can find someone more appropriate to fill the position. However, Maggie’s whole world is about to be up-ended by two way-over-scheduled children and one incredibly handsome hired hand. As she struggles to fit into a world she was never made to fit in, Maggie wonders

Today I Marry My Best Friend: Myself : Shampriest Bevel

Today I Marry My Best Friend Myself

Today I Marry My Best Friend: Myself The women’s fiction book tells the untold story of single women living in a world with limited good men and unlimited drama. The characters deal with all types of men. They are all in relationships with the type of men who prove not to be ready for marriage. Talia Sands, who is the most ready for marriage, is left broken-hearted after five years by a man who she accidentally learns is having an affair with the neighborhood trick. This becomes a turning point for Talia. Talia decides not to allow a nugatory man destroy her dreams of marriage. She has an epiphany about the root of marriage, love. She decides to marry herself

Bus Stop on a Strange Loop : Shaune Lafferty Webb

Bus Stop on a Strange Loop

Bus Stop on a Strange Loop If you knew the ultimate fate of those around you, would you try to change it … would you accept it … would you warn them? Would you want to know? When brothers Nicky and Ethan escape the degraded, dangerous world of the future, they are seeking only sanctuary and peace. All they want is to leave their past behind them, but Ethan’s unique talent, the instrument of their escape, means the past can never be forgotten – Nicky and Ethan have been followed… School teacher Olivia lives a lonely but safe life in the home of her late foster-parents, a home she is about to lose. After an unsettling encounter with her new

State of Grace : John R. Phythyon, Jr.

State of Grace

State of Grace When his friend and colleague in Urland’s Shadow Service, Sara Wensley-James, is murdered in the elf nation of Alfar, Wolf Dasher’s mission seems simple: track down her killer and bring him to justice. But nothing is going to be easy about this case. Sara named Sagaius Silverleaf, Alfar’s ambassador to Urland as the culprit, but he couldn’t have done it. He was in Urland at the time of the murder. Sent to Alfar under cover as Urland’s new ambassador, Wolf begins the most difficult and dangerous mission of his career. The once-lush and magical land of the elves is decaying. Its once-verdant countryside is putrefying before its citizens’ eyes. Some blame the presence of human occupiers –

The Derailment of the Sunset Limited : Neal Hallford

The Derailment of the Sunset Limited

The Derailment of the Sunset Limited On October 9, 1995, Amtrak’s Sunset Limited derailed in southwestern Arizona. With their train sabotaged by a shadowy organization calling itself the Sons of the Gestapo, the passengers found themselves stranded in a remote, snake-infested desert. Passenger Neal Hallford provides a candid account of the night’s events, leading us from the moment of impact through his later discovery of the chilling messages left by the terrorists. Painting a portrait of both the incident and the ironic circumstances surrounding it, he gives us a deeply personal snapshot inside the most investigated act of domestic terrorism between the Oklahoma City bombing and the tragedy of September 11, 2001. Book Links Facebook (book) Facebook (author) Amazon Author

Flesh Worn Stone : John A Burks Jr.

Flesh Worn Stone

Flesh Worn Stone Steven Alexander awakes from a drug-induced coma in a cage on a pristine tropical beach, his head covered with a burlap sack and numbers tattooed on his right arm. Besides his wife, Rebecca, he doesn’t know any of the four other people in blue prison-style coveralls. As the others come out of their own stupor, he remembers the masked and armed men breaking into his suburban Houston home and the murder of his two sons. The group has nothing in common besides the location and the manner of their brutal kidnappings. Unbeknownst to Steven, he and his fellow prisoners are now part of the Cave, a Colosseum-sized cavern populated with savage cannibals. And they are about to

Transcendental Basketball Blues : Mike Pemberton

Transcendental Basketball Blues

Transcendental Basketball Blues Jack Henderson, a star basketball player, has it all. Loving mother, Mary Lou, is a great musician, father, Sam, a local hero. But when Jack starts high school, Mary Lou disappears. Diagnosed a paranoid schizophrenic, she spends Jack’s adolescence on the run, escaping imagined tormentors. Confined to a mental hospital, then released home, she skips her medication and the cycle repeats. By Jack’s senior year, love of music and basketball intertwine as mother and son seek solace within the transcendent moments yielded by their twin passions. Set in the late 1970’s in basketball crazy Illinois, “Transcendental Basketball Blues” brings to life the post-Vietnam, post-Watergate days where racial integration took tentative first steps, stagflation simmered, disco fever raged