Denise Baer is a native of the South Side of Chicago, Illinois, and currently resides in Germany with her husband and fur-baby, Shakespeare. She can be stubborn and downright finicky; the last one doesn’t apply to food though. Perseverance is a trait she often equates with her college degree, but she’s still waiting for her Pulitzer Prize nomination. Denise is a blogger, poet, and multi-genre author of two published books: a dark, psychological suspense thriller, NET SWITCH; and women’s fiction / romantic comedy adventure, FOGGED UP FAIRY TALE. Currently she’s working on a crime mystery series, and a humor novel to tame her unbalanced side.
This surely has to be a first? Crime fiction about an undercover cop written by a former undercover cop! From author, Stephen Bentley, comes a fictional undercover cop, Steve Regan, following on the success of his true crime undercover cop memoir ‘Undercover: Operation Julie – The Inside Story.’ Steve Regan, undercover detective, is tempted by the riches of drug smuggling so he can be free of debt, police bureaucracy, and help a loved one. He wonders whether he can go ‘rogue’ and cross the line. Regan gets involved in one deal with a Miami-based drug lord. But is everyone who they say they are? Short, fast-paced, high-impact entertainment, from a writer who knows how to suck you into a story.
Angel M.B. Chadwick
Angel M.B. Chadwick is currently writing the sequel to the “Weeping Well” series, titled “Weeping Well: Shards to the Grave.” She’s also writing a twelve book cozy mysteries series, numerous plays, novels, short stories, among her other literary works, business ideas and inventions all while raising her ten year old son. She’s a multi-genre author who likes mixing genres in her works. She is also an inventor of business ideas. She has traveled all over the world starting in her teens and hopes to do it again soon. She currently lives in Mississippi, in a quaint little house on the corner, in a quiet neighborhood in the city, where she is constantly and relentlessly plagued by inspiration.
Hi! My name is Ben Dedrick. I’m a Navy Vet, husband, father, and I love to tell stories. My stories usually revolve around conspiracies and humans with special gifts. Or do they?
And the Wolf Shall Dwell
John is a regular Joe, a foreigner professional working in the City of London, like many others. On a cold London morning, in a train station, a man bumps into him and later finds his death. This incident thrusts him into a world of espionage, politics and Jihadi terrorism, and sets him in an adventure which he did not choose.
A spy thriller as such, the novel is more than just action, but also a dive into the world of both British and International Politics. Aiding aretired MI6 agent, Adam Grey, John finds himself unraveling a political scheme that ranges out of the scope of his routine life and trails all the way up to the top of Westminster’s corridors.
The duo’s adventure would take them all around London, but will they manage to find those responsible in time?
Katherine Dell is a young adult fiction author fascinated by the supernatural and the stories that surround them. When she’s not writing, she can be found in cold hockey arenas sipping coffee, working on her tan at little league games, or trying to keep her dog out of her many gardens. She lives with her husband, two boys, and fur babies, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Genre: Harmless is a YA, Paranormal, Thriller (Suggested for 14+)
Book Synopsis: In isolated Hazelton, BC, high school senior Rachel Barnes hopes she’ll finally find closure after tragedy has torn her family apart. And an old spirit box offers her and her friends a chance to make their wishes come true. Rachel might be able to move on from the past—if she can learn to control the malevolent spirit who’s taken up residence in the enigmatic Mason Allen. But what began as a harmless game might be impossible to win.
Book 1 of the Harmless series.
Nicole Fitton is a freelance writer who has lived in such glamorous locations as London, New York and Croydon! She currently lives in Devon with her family. Her debut novel – All Tomorrow’s Parties was released in July 2015. A contemporary romance set in the heady world of the 1980’s music industry, All Tomorrow’s Parties has received many a rave review and been described as Chicklit with a twist. Her second novel Forbidden Colours – A romantic medical thriller, is an all together darker tale. Forbidden Colours is a novel which grips you with love then throws elements of suspense, psychological drama and adrenaline fueled twists and turns at you from every direction!
Her short story ‘Soaring’ was short listed by The Black Pear Press and features in their 2016 anthology. Her love of the short story form continues in 2017, when she will release her own short story collection.
Nicole’s career has spanned 3 decades working in PR and marketing within Europe and the USA. She currently works within healthcare management in the UK. When not ‘doing the day job’ and apart from writing she enjoys field trialing her spaniel (who is very trialing!), playing golf (badly) and drinking copious amounts of coffee. She admits she gets bored easily and can always be found enjoying new adventures.
About my books:
All Tomorrow’s Parties by Nicole Fitton. Genre: Chicklit
Laine Marshall isn’t a product of the 1980’s she is the epitome of it. 18 years of age and working for one of the hippest music labels around – Vestal records. She takes the day to day hedonism in her stride and experiences every emotion under the sun except the one she craves the most – love.
That is until a chance encounter in Italy sets her pulse racing and her heart in pieces. With her life turned upside down she tries to navigate towards love with tragic consequences. Someone is trying to derail her happiness but who and why? Can her heart be broken and rebuilt?
Set against a backdrop of pop culture All Tomorrow’s Parties is described as ‘chicklit with a twist’. If you like suspense with your romance then this is the book for you!
Amazon link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/All-Tomorrows-Parties-Nicole-Fitton/dp/149488755X/
Forbidden Colours by Nicole Fitton. Genre: Thriller
What if your memories were not your memories? What if the drug hailed as a cure became a curse and ultimately your destruction?
Midori Yates works for pharmaceutical giant KLD. The launch of new drug Centoria has revolutionised the treatment of amnesia, with outstanding results. Trials exploring its use in the treatment of Alzheimer’s are on the horizon. But is it really as good as the data suggests?
Neurologist Dr. Nick Campbell has seen amazing results with his patients and is ready to believe in Centoria’s transformational abilities…that is until his patients start displaying strange and worrying symptoms with drastic results. Determined to uncover the truth, Midori and Nick find a conspiracy that is to have devastating consequences for both of them. A dark world threatens to engulf them. Can they survive?
Amazon link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Forbidden-Colours-Nicole-Fitton-ebook/dp/B01N0BXSYV/
Jonah Gibson grew up in a one stoplight town in Western Ohio. Nestled among soy bean fields and overrun with turkey flocks, it had six churches, six taverns, and six gas stations. Jonah got his moral sensibilities in one of the churches, and developed his quirky lens for social observation in the taverns—all six of ’em. Then he gassed up and left town. There are those who think he had to leave town, but there is no real evidence to support this theory. He still looks back fondly.
Jonah currently resides on Florida’s Treasure Coast with his wife and a retired racing greyhound named Bean. He writes mostly comedic thrillers, posts funny blog entries, and tries generally to escape the ‘slings and arrows of outrageous fortune’ with as many naps as Bean will allow.
You can see details and samples of Jonah’s books and writing, view his artwork, and engage yourself reading his ruminations on sundry stuff at:
or follow @aimlessjonah on Twitter
or https://www.facebook.com/AimlessJonah/ on his Facebook page.
“Some people have a disposition for the macabre. Some prefer fantasy to an unfulfilling existence. Some find that a single moment injects itself into their lives repeatedly until all they live for is that moment. Is that me?” In this extraordinary thriller a man with an unnatural obsession is in pursuit of his perfect victim. A chance encounter with a young woman then challenges his patience, perspective and strict lifestyle. Misunderstandings transform the relationship between two unique characters while they both face danger neither suspect. This disconcerting story will provoke your emotions as the killer’s personality is revealed and his victim’s plight is uncovered.
Denise uses her unconventional life experiences and intuitive understanding of people to create unique characters and their stories. She lives with her husband and son on the fringe of an old mill-town situated at the western slopes of the UK South Pennines which provides a rich source of inspiration for her writing.
I co-wrote the Call Sign: Wrecking Crew series, the first two have been labeled Political Thriller by Amazon. The third is a novella that fits more into a Family Drama genre but is based on the first two books. I wrote a NonFiction book, Helpful Household Hints for the Harried Human which could be great for anyone looking for tips on cleaning and organizing.
Abdelouahab Hammoudi is a writer,screenwriter and filmmaker. He has several works to his credit.
In 1994, his whole film production won “the town of Brussels International Medal.”
In 2007, his script ” La lune ne se lève que la nuit” was made into film.
He writes both in English and French.
– The golden nightingale (Thriller)
-Lamalif and the toad skin hat (Epic fantasy)
-STONY I (Horror)
Books in french:
– La Nuit des Blachangas 2006(novel in French) Editions Le Manuscrit Paris (France)
– Le Rossignol doré 2007 (novel in French) Editions Le Manuscrit Paris (France)
– Le Trésor de L’Amenokal 2008 (novel in French) Editions Le Manuscrit Paris (France)
– La Lanterne de l’Espoir 2007 (Essay in French) Editions Le Manuscrit Paris (France)
I recently authored two books: Dream Wrecks and East of the Out-Lands. Dream Wrecks is about a troubled artist who disappears while painting on the cliffs of Malibu and ends up in a maelstrom of international crime and intrigue. East of the Out-Lands takes us to twentieth-third-century Southern California where oppressed desert dwellers struggle for survival against a brutal coastal dictatorship.
BJ Hyman was born in Nashville, TN to Joe and Betty Story (yes, her maiden name is Betty Jo Story…how’s that for someone born to write?).
She was first published as the winner of a poetry contest in her local paper in Effingham, IL at the age of 10 and the writing bug never left her. Since then she has had poetry and one short story published in varying anthologies.
She got a B.A. in Theater and studied Music in college because the arts and storytelling have always called to her. She worked in television and radio for over 7 years before spending another 7 as a school teacher of Music and Theater.
She’s written 5 full-length screenplays, one play, and over 25 hour long episodic scripts for television. Day Zero was her first novel.
She currently lives in Columbus, MS with her Commercial Producer husband, Jim, two loving dogs (Wrigley and Sunny) and a 19 year old turtle named Melville.
You can find her books at http://amzn.to/2ibXTcT
Girl missing: What if you’re with her all the way to the end…if it ends…? Will Ellie survive? Would you?
Snatched from her sadistic captor’s lair by his own getaway driver, eighteen-year-old student Ellie realises that she’s still kidnapped. As the enigmatic Darren Broderick drives off into the night with the terrified girl beside him, the sadistic Jon Braddon is not far behind.
Thrown together, on opposing sides, Darren and Ellie must stay one step ahead of Braddon’s twisted mind, and Ellie must resist Darren’s Aussie charms to the end. Darren Broderick needs the ransom, Braddon needs a victim. And he will fight to the death to get her back.
The shocking, fast-paced, thriller/horror that will hook you from the very first line.
My name’s Kassandra but I go by Kass. I’m 20 years old and an absolute dog fanatic. I hope the journey that my thriller book can take you on is chilling and fast-paced.
Fifteen-year-old Morgan is nothing more than an empty shell. She is surrounded by uncaring psychiatrists who’d rather be anywhere else but with her, and is bullied at school because of her wealth and status. She remains isolated from it all, never once giving a thought to friendship, or even love. This all changes when she meets a strange boy named Lucas. From his fickle, humorless jokes, to his cocky grin, to his pure, untainted eyes, Morgan can’t help but wonder if he’s just as unstable as she is, if not more. Over time, the two grow closer and eventually, they fall in love. But memories have a funny way of dragging you below the thin line of insanity. And in the end, they serve as a sentence Morgan could neither hide nor run from.
Alice Kyeter is an indie author who enjoys reading, writing, and weaving. When she isn’t studying for exams, she enjoys just sitting down and watching anime. Her blog, dedicated to medical students and writers alike, can be found here: https://alicekyeter.wordpress.com.
I write clean romance, romantic/suspense, and suspense. I’m an avid tennis fanatic and addicted to bottled tea. My latest release is a Kindle Suspense/Sci-Fi/Romance titled, A Body Resurrected.
P. Wesley Lundburg
P. Wesley Lundburg has been an Alaska Charter Boat Captain, Coast Guardsman, and college English professor. Wes holds a B.A. in English and an M.A. in Literature. He works full-time in higher education and writes in his spare time, publishing creative essays, short stories, and academic papers. His greatest joy is writing fiction, however, and he has now moved from short stories to writing novels.
Wes has lived all over the U.S. His novels are set in two places he knows very well: San Diego, where he grew up, and Alaska, where he lived more than 17 years of his life. He ran a fishing charter company in Alaska and spent a lot of time in the Alaska Wilderness. Wes now lives on Long Island, New York, with his wife, five kids, very small dog, and a smattering of wild bunnies that hide and dart around his back yard.
Robert B Marcus Jr
Robert B. Marcus Jr. is a practicing radiation oncology physician. He has been a Professor at two major medical schools, and has been listed in U.S. News and World Reports Best Doctors in America, as well as Castle Connolly’s Top Cancer Doctors and Castle Connolly’s Top Doctors in America. He has been president of FLASCO, the society of all the oncologists in Florida, and has authored or co-authored almost 200 medical journal articles and chapters. He has been selling fiction since he was in college. Since then he has published a number of short stories and four novels. He is a lifetime active member of Science Fiction Writers of America and an active member of the International Thriller Writers, Inc. His Amazon page is:
Find out more at: Rbmarcusjr.com
KAYLIN MCFARREN has received more than 40 national literary awards, in addition to a prestigious Golden Heart Award nomination for Flaherty’s Crossing – a book she and her oldest daughter, Kristina McMorris, co-authored in 2008. Prior to embarking on her writing journey and developing the popular Threads action/adventure romance series, she poured her passion for creativity into her work as the director of a fine art gallery in the Pearl District in Portland, Oregon; she also served as a governor-appointed member of the Oregon Arts Commission. When she’s not traveling or spoiling her pups and three grandsons, she enjoys giving back to her community through participation and support of various charitable and educational organizations in the Pacific Northwest, and is currently the president of the Soulful Giving Foundation – a non-profit focused on cancer research, care and treatment at hospitals throughout Oregon.
Drip: A Gothic Bromance
“A hand wearing a fancy watch parted the office blinds, and J.D. felt nauseous with despair: suddenly he knew—even though he could not explain how—that all of his mojo had been permanently taken away.”
J.D. and George: thick as thieves since the fourth grade. J.D., the troublemaker, the stud: the alpha. George, the sidekick, the misfit: the loser. Upon graduating college, J.D. has convinced the only job creator in rusty Middlestop to hire them. BrewCorp, the hot new coffee and retail chain, is offering a vice presidency to the employee with the boldest plan for growth, and J.D. is determined to be the guy. When not sleeping with co-workers, he hatches his pitch for a one-of-a kind data pipeline. He is unbeatable–until George grabs the promotion. Now J.D. wants answers. His quest to find them—and to deal with the monstrous truth—is the subject of indie filmmaker Andrew Montlack’s wry debut novel, which features the same biting satire that made his mockumentary, The Devil’s Filmmaker, a cult classic.
Gideon–a body thief whom Shane thought she had eliminated–escapes from his prison and seeks out the young woman who put him there.
Distressed by his reemergence, Shane, reticent heir to Gideon’s stewardship, seeks to avoid him. Then an angel shows up, asking after the Purging, a plague that eradicated most supernatural beings nearly a century prior. Shortly thereafter, a powerful flu strikes the impervious Shane. Gideon realizes the Purging is back to finish the daemons, taking with it many humans as collateral damage. However, Shane wants nothing to do with him, instead trying to ferret out her own via research, a Heavenly weapon, an alternative rock band, and a trip through Gideon’s heinous past.
Hi, I’m Tim Rees. My background is BBC drama and before that the military. You can read about my life in the army in my memoir, In Sights: The Story Of A Welsh Guardsman, published by The History Press in 2013.
I left the BBC to focus on writing my own scripts and ended up writing the novel first so my story is set firmly on the page – my experience with the BBC taught me scripts are rewritten and change from the original script due to budgets, director’s idea’s and perspectives and then the actors come in with their own ideas on the character they’re playing. Making a film is an intensely creative process and it is a process I love, but after finishing my first novel, which is Raw Nerve, I knew I’d been born to be a novelist first and foremost, mainly because the creative intensity is doubled and my relationship with the characters is so much more real than working on a script where it’s necessary to leave it to the director and actors to flesh-out character.
I realised indie publishing is now at a professional standard and want to be a part of this new revolution. So now I’ve recently republished Raw Nerve to add to Delphian and WTF.
I love the concept behind Diabolic Shrimp! Thanks to Joshua Grant for being a visionary and creating this avenue to give authors a voice and a new forum. I’m looking forward to this new chapter in my journey and I’m looking equally as forward to growing and networking with everyone!
Longtime detective Stanford Carter and his wife, forensic scientist Jill Seacrest, have always felt one was the yin to the other’s yang. Carter is formal, logical, detached and incredibly reserved. As team leader, he displays an unflagging commitment to duty, a keen sense of logic and strategy, and the poker face of a true champion. Despite his ardent desire to learn the secrets of the universe and its plan for us all, the introspective student of Zen demonstrates an extraordinary inability to understand himself or anyone else. Seacrest, on the other hand, is a scientific steamroller, often intimidating even the most seasoned veteran agents. Possessing a strong and fiery personality, her determination to find the truth often clashes with a quick and sarcastic wit, a fiery personality, and the tendency to leap before she looks. Together, they’ve made the tough decision to leave their home town of Boston to move to the Big Apple, where they have accepted new positions with the F.B.I. to help solve a string of murders. When Shania Deeprose joins the team, the overly enthusiastic, down-to-earth rookie from Alabama provides a spark that forges the immediate and unbreakable bonds of heart, mind, and courage. In this stand-alone mystery/thriller the team must break the biggest case of their careers while confronting personal and social truths that change them forever. Will they be able to expose a secret so old and far reaching that it has already begun to impact the very fabric of society? Gary Starta is a former journalist who studied English and Journalism at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.
Max E. Stone
The well-meaning and meddlesome Mr. and Mrs. Aden want nothing more than to protect their only daughter, Hannah.
After her childhood kidnapping in Somalia and a final showdown in Italy against the monster responsible, nineteen-year-old Hannah just wants back the life stolen from her.
She isn’t naïve like her mother believes. Frequent flashes of past terrors assure her that the healing process is far from over. At the same time, she’d hardly use her dad’s words and call herself “strong” or “brave.” That description belongs to Melissa Bennett, the woman who almost died saving her.
Melissa doesn’t feel much like the hero she’s being hailed.
While she is glad to have saved a life for once, the one she’d almost taken continues to haunt her dreams and stall her recovery.
Despite her good deed and continuous help from friends and family abroad and Kyle—the father of her little girl—she knows her days of freedom are numbered.
‘From the Ocean to the Stream’
In this gritty psychological thriller novel, discover one man’s fight
against the power of nature, and the greed of man.
‘From the Ocean to the Stream’ is a gritty thriller and suspense story that tells of one man’s account and his struggles living in the wilderness of Alaska. It can be read as a standalone book or as part of a survival fiction series, as the sequel to ‘Where the Mountains Kiss the Sun’.
For one so young, Jim has had more than
his share of traumatic experiences. Now, he shares a simpler life
with his Ma and Pa, where the mountains kiss the sun;
away from the city and away from people,
although at night he’s still haunted by dreams
of what he’s seen and what he’s done
My name is Elias Zanbaka and am the author of “Environmentally Friendly” – a short-story, action-thriller that has the following premise:
Out of seven billion people, one man has declared war on Mother Nature and plans to bring it to its knees.
Out of all the criminals in Los Angeles, he’s the number one target being hunted by the LAPD tonight.
And out of the entire LAPD, one officer is hell-bent on helping him complete his mission.