George T. Hahn
Tau Ceti: A Ship from Earth
The colony ships took sixteen years to travel the twelve light years between Earth and Tau Ceti. Tau Ceti 2, known as Pitcairn, was easily the most successful of the original three colonies, a stable peaceful world for two hundred years, yet isolated more than any other group in history. Supply ships came every twenty years or so, bringing cargo not available on the planet and new colonists, but not disturbing the tranquil colony. But change, for better or worse, was coming. It began with the arrival of the library ship Asimov in the year 2322.
First in the Tau Ceti trilogy. Tau Ceti: The New Colonists and Tau Ceti: The Immortality Conspiracy complete the trilogy and a novella, Voyage of the Capek, continues in the same fictional universe.
Susan Elizabeth Hale
With the Great Mother Tree dying in the Shining Land, eleven-year-old Emma Oliver must sing the Song of Creation before it’s too late. Emma doesn’t know that she comes from generations of tree singers, passed from mother to daughter. She doesn’t believe she can sing.
Her ailing grandmother has just come to live with the family. Her father is hardly ever at home. Her mother has been acting strange. To add to Emma’s troubles, her mother’s great uncle from England is coming to stay. Then, a strange old woman wearing a hat full of feathers appears mysteriously in her garden. She gives Emma a white swan feather that emits a haunting melody.
Emma’s only solace is the oak tree in her garden, which she names Annie Oakley. What she does not yet know is that Annie is part of a network of tree spirits who disguise themselves as old women. These spirits have come to Peachtree City to help Emma remember her mission to sing the Song of Creation and save the Great Mother tree.
Susan Elizabeth Hale M.A. circles the Earth with song teaching others to find and free their natural voices. She is creator of Earth Day-Sing for the Trees. Since 2010 over 10,000 people in 45 countries have participated in this annual global event. Susan is the author of Sacred Space Sacred Sound: The Acoustic Mysteries of Holy Places (Quest Books, 2007). American born, she now lives in the Malvern hills UK with her husband. This is her first juvenile fiction novel.
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.
Jennifer Hallock spends her days teaching history and her nights writing historical happily-ever-afters. She has lived and worked in the Philippines, but she currently writes at her little brick house on a New England homestead—kept company by her husband, a growing flock of chickens, and a border collie mutt puppy who likes to chew computer power cords. My historical fiction/historical romance series is set in the American colonial Philippines. Guerrillas and revolutionaries blanket the countryside. The Americans are fighting to hold onto their first overseas colony, but disease, drought, and recession belie the fruits of the promised “civilization.” But there is always a chance to fall in love! I use inspiration from real events and real history to guide my characters and plot lines. There are dark moments, but always a happily-ever-after.
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 worked as a school psychologist for thirty years in public school and detention centers with damaged and challenging kids. During that time the first school shooting took place in the city I had grown up in, igniting a desire to understand what could twist a person into committing such an act, and led to the writing of Crooked Grow the Trees. The story follows Sophia as she tries to help incarcerated youth overcome their pasts to gain freedom, even as she faces her own family challenges and traumas. As shocking events unfold, it becomes clear that the line between “us” and “them” is not as well drawn as we might hope. An emotional rollercoaster to the end, this story is raw and real, and may change how you look at those you think you know.
A book creatively narrated from the eyes of three characters; father, mother, and son. Benjamin Lawrence, a stockbroker, a poor father, an arrogant husband, an overindulgent man, and a real jerk travels inside of his very own soul and into the depths of his wildest dreams. But his soul will not unleash him until he unlocks the key to all of his fundamental flaws. Hope, true love, forgiveness, a failed marriage, poor parenting, gun violence, God and many other issues ride the currents down a river and through this novel’s literary realism.
Annie Harmon lives in Houston (specifically Atascocita) Texas,USA, but has lived in many of our beautiful states. She has one husband (all she can handle) three children (who are each more beautiful than she could have hoped) and one dog (who is still trying to claim a spot as one of the above mentioned).
There is the technical bio listing books and editorial magazines, but that part gets boring.
My newest book: Super Piggy!
Meet Oscar, the deep-chested dog who just wants to play chase. When Piggy arrives at the family’s home, he is quickly recruited as Oscar’s best friend. The small pig grows bigger every day, and so does the trouble he gets into…much of it thanks to Kitty Bear, the family cat. She takes her antics a bit far, tricking Piggy and Oscar and framing them for spilled trash.
Yet, for all her trouble-making, Kitty Bear isn’t all bad. She also sneaks extra food to Piggy when their human family isn’t looking. So, when a stray attacks Kitty Bear, Piggy is not able to forget it.
Follow Piggy as he leads Oscar into a daring mission to protect the neighborhood pets from the violent stray that attacked Kitty Bear. Can he keep the plan from going a little astray itself?
Ashlie Harris 30 years old and a Stay-at-Home mother of four homeschooled children. She and her husband live in the heart of the Midwest, USA, in a place Ashlie likes to call, “The Land of Corn and Beans”. She has lived there all her life but may plan to move North in the near future.
In addition to The Witches of Andar series (Book 1- available for pre-order on Amazon/Kindle), Ashlie is also the author of one anthology, Extra Life, and one VERY short story, Midnight Monster- both of which are available on Amazon/Kindle for only 0.99.!
Book 2 in The Witches of Andar series will be coming late 2018!
L.E. Harrison is the author of the contemporary fantasy trilogy the Children Of Corvus, as well as a collection of previously published poems and short stories. A lifelong avid reader and lover of genre fiction—from science fiction to paranormal romance, and everything in between—she’s inspired by stories that blur boundaries, and by the authors who manage to do it exceptionally well. She lives in an hundred-sixty-year-old farmhouse in rural Pennsylvania, where she is busy working on the next chapter in the universe of Soluna’s children.
Mason City: The Journal of Austin Sommers is the origin’s story of the zombie outbreak in Mason City. Years before the global zombie outbreak, there was a young neuroscientist named Austin Sommers. His recorded struggles in San Pedro give a mild glimpse to the bleak future of Mason City and the globe.
Muriel Avenue Sluts by Maggie Hasbrouck, contemporary fiction
Seventeen-year-old Julia Turnbow’s mother gets paid to have sex; that’s just how it is. When Jules turns eighteen, she plans to follow in her mother’s footsteps and join the exclusive world of Philadelphia’s infamous Muriel Avenue Sluts. But before all that happens, she has just one wish—to fall in love.
Just when things seem to be going her way, Jules’s world is knocked off its bearings. Her best friend Anna reveals that she’s being abused by one of Muriel Avenue’s gentleman clients. After a routine haircut and shave, Anna’s abuser falls to his death from a second-story balcony—and Jules is just one of two people who knows exactly what happened.
To complicate matters, Jules dives head first into a friendship with the daughter of the dead man. Greta’s a train wreck: she’s charming, unpredictable, and has one too many questions about Muriel Avenue. Then, Jules puts all of Muriel Avenue at risk with an ill-timed slip of the tongue and she finds herself wanted by the FBI. Running from everything she’s ever cared about, all Jules wants is to get back to the people she loves.
My name is Thomas Hautaniemi. I am an Indie Author with plenty of big ideas and 2 books (so far). Frankie and the claws is a science fiction, young adult novel about a boy and his dog, Frankie. https://www.books2read.com/u/bzpOWn
The other is a digital picture book “The Planet Chomper.” https://www.books2read.com/u/me2M1l
A Spark of Justice: A Circus Mystery
by J.D. Hawkins
Look behind the scenes at the circus and see if YOU can solve the mystery of who killed the lion tamer!
The Great Rollo had enemies and dirty family secrets. Investigator John Nieves enters the surreal world of the circus, determined to learn if the lion tamer’s death was an accident or foul play, but a series of mishaps suggests that the Cirkys are desperately trying to hide the truth. In his struggle to overcome a childhood fear of clowns and to come to grips with his own search for his Latino identity in a hostile world, even attempts on Nieves’ life cannot thwart him from his obsession to learn who killed the lion tamer.
J.D.R. Hawkins is an award-winning author who has written for newspapers, magazines, newsletters, e-zines, and blogs. She is one of only a few female Civil War authors, and uniquely describes the front lines from a Confederate perspective. Her Renegade Series includes A Beautiful Glittering Lie, winner of the John Esten Cooke Fiction Award and the B.R.A.G. Medallion, A Beckoning Hellfire, which is also an award winner, and A Rebel Among Us, recipient of the 2017 John Esten Cooke Fiction Award. These books tell the story of a family from north Alabama who experience immeasurable pain when their lives are dramatically changed by the war. Her nonfiction book, Horses in Gray: Famous Confederate Warhorses, has recently been published. She is currently working on another sequel for the Renegade Series. Ms. Hawkins is a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the International Women’s Writing Guild, Pikes Peak Writers, and Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. She is also an artist and singer/songwriter. Learn more about her at http://jdrhawkins.com.
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.
I’m a game writer who has contributed to the worlds of Mass Effect, Shadowrun, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Star Wars: The Old Republic. I live in fear of the day when actual space marines, troll mercenaries, pirates and Jedi show up on my doorstep to tell me I got it wrong. I’m here to tell you about “Civil Blood: The Vampire Rights Case that Changed a Nation.” (The long subtitle helps searches.) “Civil Blood” is a hybrid urban fantasy/legal thriller set in that most vampiric of towns, Washington, D.C.. It tells the story of two deniable assassins in love, the soulless biomedical corporation that employs them, and the class-action vampire rights trial that brings them together and tears them apart. Take the “Law & Order” universe, put it in a blender with “V-Wars” and “Shadowrun” and set it to “frappe.” The full pitch and sample chapters are on the website.
Laura R. Hepworth
Christian, self-taught jeweller, and lover of gemstones, Laura Hepworth was born in Ireland where her parents served as missionaries for 13 years. She has an Associates of Fine Arts and is currently enrolled with the Gemological Institute of America working towards her Graduate Gemologist and Graduate of Pearls Diplomas. Laura is also a lover of fairy tales, a Tolkienite, Trekkie, word-nerd, collector of alphabets, and conlanger. Genres she writes include: Young Adult/New Adult: Steampunk, Fantasy, Dystopian, Alternative History, Science Fiction, and Retellings. “Miss Gemquist and the Pearl of Peking” is her debut novel.
Tikiri is the author of the Red Heeled Rebels suspense novels and the Rebel Diva empowerment workbooks. When she’s not writing, she’s in her kitchen cooking up fusion cuisine with a glass of red wine in hand. She’s also an adrenaline junkie who has rock climbed, bungee jumped, rode on the back of a motorcycle across Quebec, flown in an acrobatic airplane upside down, and parachuted solo. She has lived and worked on four continents and holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Victoria and a Master’s from the Solvay Business School in Brussels. After a lifetime of global travel and work, Tikiri is now a recovering nomad who calls Vancouver, Canada home. Tikiri’s debut novel, Disowned, was nominated for the Silver Falchion award in 2018.
Jessica Hernandez was born and raised in the beautiful, sunny state of Florida. She attended the University of Miami, where she spent more time than she cares to admit daydreaming of a faraway land called Acu. Upon graduating with a degree in English and Political Science in 2014, Jessica put pen to paper and brought Acu to life—so was born the Hawk of Stone duology.
Maggie Lynn Heron-Heidel
Blackmailed, cornered, and screwed. That’s what happens when you get caught…If you’re an assassin, that is.
When a contract killer teams up with a four-star general to track down an elusive terrorist group intent upon detonating a nuclear bomb inside their city, sparks fly and not of the romantic variety. Racing against the clock through the desert, facing harrowing odds and dire consequences should they fail, they discover that the terrorists aren’t always the ones to fear… and may not be their true enemy.
Set in the ruins of New York, WAR MACHINE is a fast-paced adventure thriller filled with betrayal, suspense, and alliances that quickly turn into deadly enemies. Destiny in the Shadows hauntingly echoes the state of the world today and the fate of the heroes determined to save it.
What would you do if your whole life turned out to be a lie?
A band of survivors clings to life on a remote ranch in the wilderness, under the sway of Yeoman, their spiritual leader. He declares young Leah, born after the Apocalypse, the chosen, destined to bring forth a new species of human beings pure of soul. But Leah isn’t so sure. Then one day, a strange bug like creature appears in the sky above the ranch, and suddenly she starts questioning everything she’s ever been told.
Greg Hickey is a former international professional baseball player and current forensic scientist, endurance athlete, author and screenwriter. His debut dystopian fiction novel Our Dried Voices was a finalist for Foreword Reviews’ INDIES Science Fiction Book of the Year Award. His second novel, a literary choose-your-own-adventure titled The Friar’s Lantern, was published in 2017 by Black Rose Writing. He lives in Chicago with his wife, Lindsay.
L J Higgins
L J Higgins writes fiction with an intriguing twist. Stories that remind you to open your eyes, minds and hearts. Hailing from Queensland, Australia, she is a wife, and stay at home mother of two young children. Always intrigued by dystopian worlds, the advances in technology, and what those might mean for the future of the human race, L J Higgins enjoys creating stories that explore these ideas. She is also passionate about helping teens through some of the battles they face as they go through high school, and writes stories to empower them, while showing them how their choices can affect the lives of themselves and others.
‘Where Can We Have The Party?’ is Deb Hockenberry’s debut children’s book. She has always wanted to write stories for children, and has taken multiple courses from The Institute of Children’s Literature and is a member of The CBI Workshop to keep with the ever-changing world of children’s writing. She has also been published in several online magazines.
You can find my book at http://www.amazon.com/dp/1537077120. It’s available in print or Kindle.
The vast scope of the human imagination is a personal fascination of mine. Writing fiction has allowed me to discover that there are no limits to my own imagination.
My stories are mostly about women and their trials. Women from all walks of life and in all times in history, and of course — they have issues. You may not always agree with their solutions but alas, I am merely the messenger.
Hoot N. Holler
We are a daughters/mother writers/illustrator team. We live in Maryland, but not Boring. Hoot brings humor to the world. Her favorite hobby is crying. She loves working on cars, especially when she needs to get somewhere. She has mastered the fine art of eating pancakes. She is indecisive. Sometimes? Most of the time? All of the time? N. refuses to reveal what N stands for. Her favorite color is green-today. She spends most of her time in Tamriel. Her favorite flavor of ice cream is ice cream. Holler is the creator of the group. Literally. She created Hoot and N. Holler is just what it sounds like, the loud one of the group. No one knows why she hollers. Some say it’s because she’s a bit hard of hearing. Others suggest she’s just singing.
C J Holt
Multi-generational saga about a group of friends, who discover and then build up the most unique planet in another part of the galaxy. Although based on hard science, the stories of this family explore the human condition: economics, politics, and social structures including gender and race issues. Come discover what they truly find.
Benjamin Hope is the author of Victorian gothic-steampunk crossover novel, The Procurement of Souls, about the exploits of two opposing bio-alchemists, one of whom seeks the power to stop time; the other, mass mind-control. He is currently working on a collection of gothic short stories, one of which is due for publication in the inaugural edition of the Kyanite Press Journal of Science Fiction and Fantasy this September. He offers up speculative and gothic fiction recommendations and ponderings on the writing process on his website, http://www.benjamin-hope.com.
Hannah Hopkins is an author, blogger and mother of two based in the United Kingdom. Her first novel, “The Split” was released in October 2017 and is the first of a five-part science fiction/fantasy adventure series. The second instalment entitled “The Secret Society” is due for release February 26th 2018.
With a desire to escape every day life, Yawatta Hosby creates stories. She’s always had a fascination with psychology, so she likes to focus on the inner-struggles within her characters. Yawatta is also an avid reader, favorite genres: mystery, thriller, horror, and women’s fiction.
Brian D Howard
Simon Rising is my first superhero novel. It’s the story of a telekinetic who loses his memory. Hunted by the FBI and his criminal past, can he change who he is, or is the dark person everyone accuses him of being too deeply a part of his nature to escape?
White Sheets to Brown Babies is a memoir of the life of Jvonne Hubbard, a little girl who was raised to hate minorities through the indoctrination of her father, who was the Grand Dragon of a North Carolina faction of the KKK. It includes tales of living through a lifetime of dysfunction, violence and terror at the hands of both her father and other nefarious individuals who would seek to perpetuate the cycle. More importantly though, it is also a story of how they did not succeed in this hateful quest, as Jvonne struggled on and through to the other side to embrace love, laughter and the pursuit of personal happiness. Part of this amazing transformation even led to her adoption of a biracial infant, an event that served both as a healing elixir to her soul and a grandiose “!#%& you” to all the ugliness that hate brings.
I’m both a writer and playwright. I love the art of storytelling. Be it love and despair; or hate and violence! Having read hundreds of novels from such greats as Stephen King, James Herbert, James Patterson I’ve always loved a good character driven thriller and I have learned much. From the dramatic exchange of characters to dark and twisted circumstances they find themselves in. Endings are very important to me too! I’ll never rush an ending as I thrive on taking people on a satisfying journey they’ll remember, over and over again! I’m a reader, just like you and I relish in the satisfaction of a good story. I hope you enjoy my work.
When Mrs Canary’s eggs mysteriously disappear, a frantic Mr Canary dashes straight off to the Pigeon Valley Police for help. Unfortunately, Sergeant Loerie and Constable Mole’s hasty attempts to make an arrest lead them to the wrong suspects. Leon Chameleon PI, who has quietly kept an eye on developments, decides it is time to step in and offer his services – after all, isn’t he the best Private Eye in Pigeon Valley? He puts all his skills to work and finds vital clues which Loerie had overlooked. Now a daring plan is needed to trap the suspects and bring them before Spotted Eagle Owl’s Court, where Leon springs his final surprise…
Janet Hurst-Nicholson draws on the habits and characteristics of the small creatures living in Pigeon Valley, Durban, to create a thrilling detective story. Barbara McGuire’s illustrations capture the story’s humour, while portraying the animals as they really are.
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