Stories from Nancy O’Hare’s personal quest to explore our planet are now available to help you create your own travel experiences. For twenty years, she coupled her love of diverse cultures with a career in finance; she has been based in Nigeria, Oman, Switzerland, Australia and Canada—plus completed a couple of short stints in Qatar and Ecuador. Between work assignments, O’Hare and her husband have taken multiple around-the-world trips for months at a time, covering all seven continents. They gravitated towards hidden gems tucked away from the crowds and aimed to see the essence of a place. In 2017, O’Hare published her first book, Dust in My Pack, which captures the real stories behind her most memorable journeys and intriguing sites. Her book is available as an ebook and paperback at most online bookstores.
Dust in My Pack is a new kind of travel book. It carries you along the author’s travels to distant lands and may spark your inner adventurer. Be rewarded with practical tips and insights to build your own journey. The author, an independent traveller with a particular focus on remote, lesser-visited destinations, shares her most poignant experiences. Her stories have emerged over twenty years of living and working in five continents and travelling through more than sixty countries. Relive the essence of distant destinations through her story telling—sense the adventure, navigate random challenges and savour unexpected wonders. For those interested in travel, this book brings far-flung lands to life while providing practical guidance to help create your own personalized trip.
The Great Hearts is a coming of age, dark fantasy that features cannibals, demonic monsters, epic sword fights, strange magics and a gigantic panther. If that sounds good to you, read on!
Calidan Darkheart is an Imperator. The voice of the Emperor in the wild. A secretive and dangerous job, hunting down those deemed a threat to the Emperor’s rule…whether monster or man. Twisted and bitter, he heads down a dark path to hunt a nightmare from his youth.
This is his story.
SCOTTISH AUTHOR OF FICTION
BOOKS ‘A BROKEN SHELL OF A MAN’ and ‘THE KILLING OF JOHN, JOHN AND JOHN’
I grew up in the ancient Roman city of Bath England, a beautiful peaceful city whose locations are often referred to in my first book ‘Sunshine & Tears’. Befriended is my second novel and is a contemporary thriller. Putting pen to paper is the most creative attribute I have achieved. I have always enjoyed helping others and I’m very committed to my job as a Teaching Assistant for literacy, where I support young people with Special Educational Needs & Disabilities. My family are the most important people in my life. I have one son and two step children as well as two young grandchildren who now take up a big part of my life. I now live in Bristol, in the South West part of England.
Blurb: Gemma Peacock’s life was perfect – or at least, she thought it was. She had a home she loved, a job she enjoyed, and a husband she adored. The only cloud on the horizon was the continuing tension between Gemma and her mother-in-law, but that’s the same for everyone, right? After the death of her beloved husband, Ritchie, everything begins to fall apart. Indiana Manors’ life, on the other hand, is far from perfect – but she knows just what she has to do to fix it. Befriend Gemma Peacock, and destroy her.
Haris Orkin is a playwright, screenwriter, game writer, and novelist. His play, Dada was produced at The American Stage and the La Jolla Playhouse. Sex, Impotence, and International Terrorism was chosen as a critic’s choice by the L.A. Weekly and sold as a film script to MGM/UA. Save the Dog was produced as a Disney Sunday Night movie. His original screenplay, A Saintly Switch, was directed by Peter Bogdanovich and starred David Alan Grier and Viveca Fox. He is a WGA Award and BAFTA Award nominated game writer and narrative designer known for Command and Conquer: Red Alert 3, Call of Juarez: Gunslinger, Tom Clancy’s The Division, Mafia 3, and Dying Light, which to date has sold over 7.5 million copies.
“You Only Live Once” is a comic thriller: a contemporary take on Don Quixote about a mental patient who believes he’s a super spy.
J. L. O’Rourke is the pen-name of Jenner Lichtwark. Jenner writes contemporary murder mysteries, urban fantasy, stories for children and rambling freeform poems. After the Christchurch earthquakes she quit her regular job to establish Millwheel Press Ltd, publishing her own works and offering editing advice and assistance to other writers. When not writing, Jenner enjoys being in a theatre, either onstage as a singer or backstage where she has been everything from floor crew to stage-manager. She lives on a peaceful olive grove in North Canterbury.
How I Magically Messed Up My Life in Four Freakin’ Days
All I wanted was a girlfriend. Now my mom is a cocoon, half of Manhattan wants me dead, and apparently I’m a wizard.
Last Goodbye is the first book in the series. Some characters you will come to love and some you’ll want to hate as they enroll in the fictitious University, Onondaga State. The novel will make you question fate, the choices we make and ultimately how the death of a young man can throw the world of an unsuspecting freshman, Abigail Price upside down. All while falling in love herself and trying, albeit poorly, to fumble her way through the freshman experience. The second novel is a first person look at what happens to Bree, the snobby model who made a costly mistake her first night of college. The third novel is in process. Laurel Ostiguy was born in Queensbury, New York. She currently lives outside of Boston, Massachusetts. She works at a financial firm. She attended Plymouth State University and graduated in 1997 and then received her master’s degree from Northeastern University in 2003.
Doug Oudin, author of ‘Between Two Harbors, Reflections of a Catalina Island Harbormaster’ (his memoir), and ‘Five Weeks to Jamaica’, a seafaring novel, is a former harbormaster on Catalina Island. He wrote a column for the Catalina Island Newspaper for twenty-one years, and also wrote for the Log Newspaper. Now living in Grants Pass, Oregon, he has been married to the love of his life, Maureen for thirty-eight years. He has two sons, Trevor and Troy. The sea is his earthly passion.
Checkout over 50 Five Star Reviews on Amazon for my first book, a memoir, ‘Between Two Harbors’. Over 30 Five Star Reviews for 2nd book, ‘Five Weeks to Jamaica’, a seafaring adventure.
Clarke W. Owens
600 ppm, A Novel of Climate Change
It’s 2051. Sea level rise has flooded American coastal cities. The West is a waterless desert. Refugees migrate northward. Food and water are rationed amid endless war. When Jeff Claymarker’s friend is wrongly convicted of murder, the only clue to the truth comes from a stash of flash drives belonging to Jeff’s late uncle, a Washington climate scientist.
How much havoc could one upstart young Upworlder create? Thirty years after her exile from her homeworld, Nara was growing weary of the monotony of mercenary life: Do job for Company A, anger Company B, survive the inevitable retaliation. Repeat ad nauseam. Most importantly, try hard not to piss off Galavantier Corp again. Evading the reach of the ubiquitous Biotech enterprise in the shadows of the Undercity was easy enough. That is, until the unconscious body of the CEO’s heir lands at her feet. Both ignorant of their mutual vendetta, the brazen noble offered a proposal: help him escape Uppercity, and he’d buy every tool of destruction her heart desired. But it was the danger that tempted Nara, not money. As their business relationship evolves into a tenuous camaraderie, Nara is thrown into the jaws of her most ruthless adversary. She must now decide what to do with her strange bedfellow–and hope to survive the aftermath.