Kathleen is originally from Connecticut and has two children, Kate and Danny. She worked as a preschool and elementary school teacher. After earning her Master’s degree from Sacred Heart University, she moved to Dartmouth, MA, where she lives with her husband, Randy. She currently teaches 8th grade English. Her experiences as a teacher and mother, combined with years of searching the night sky for shooting stars, inspired the creation of her first book, August Skies.
Robert Scott is the pen name used by Scott Schriewer who has worked as a feature writer and assistant editor for a major metropolitan newspaper in addition to writing for several magazines, publishing poetry and short stories. An homage to the works of legendary American author Tom Robbins, Gauchos Cannot Sing Soprano is the second novel published for Scott. He currently resides in Tulsa, but also draws experience from extensive travel, both domestic and abroad. A third novel is in the works.
Ken Bangs, author of Arctic Warriors, was born in Cooper, Texas and raised in Plano, Texas. He began his career in law enforcement walking a beat in downtown Dallas at the age of 19. Within a year, he was drafted into the army and assigned to Ft. Polk Louisiana for basic training. Ken and his wife, Trudy, have been married 47 years. They have two children and two perfect grandchildren. They currently live in McKinney, Texas.
The authors of Prelude are:
Cheryl A. Malakoff, Ph.D., a psychologist and teacher, specializes in the science of transformation, and is dedicated to restoring the soul, mind, body health of her clients using pioneering healing systems.
Robert A. Clampett, a former editor and author, has previously published with Fawcett Gold Medal and Pocket Books, Son & Schuster, Inc. as well as magazines including Saturday Evening Post, Essence and major airline in-fights.
Battle Hymn: Revelations of the Sinister Plan for a New World Order
by John Scura and Dane Phillips
This book presents frightening, but truthful, facts that will shake many of your deepest beliefs to the core. A dark plan, put into place centuries ago, has come to fruition. Consider Battle Hymn your wake-up call... Painstakingly researched through hundreds of sources and interviews, Battle Hymn rips the cover off the invisible government that controls our leaders and soon, our very lives. Composed of just a few... Read more>
by Caleb Bugai
Matthew Calamos, a young man raised apart from it, enters Alkalian society through his first year attending the confederacy’s national college. Like all other Alkalians, he has a battle morph, a transformation into a powerful humanoid or creature with special weapons or abilities. He soon learns, however, that his battle morph is unlike others, rare and with a power tabooed and feared by them, and it makes him stand out in a student community dominated by boss students, the most popular, charming, and dangerous students among them... Read more>
The Sheriff's Son: Lessons Learned
by Wayne Skarka and Butch Campsey
This true story begins on Valentine's Day, 1961. 14 years old, Claudette Carolyn Covey went missing from Hondo, Texas. On Halloween evening, 1961, Claudette's remains were discovered eight miles from town in a field. She had been shot twice in the head. From the beginning, town folks believed that she was murdered by the corrupt sheriff or his 18-year-old son, whom she was dating. Because of the corrupt sheriff's influence... Read more>
Brady Needs a Nightlight
written by Brian Barlics, illustrated by Gregory B. Jones
Is your child afraid of the dark? Are you having trouble with bedtime? You are not alone! Even those least likely to have a fear of the dark may have a story to share. In this book you will meet Brady, a bat who oddly has a terrible fear of the dark. This poses quite a dilemma for a creature that sleeps in a dark cave and comes out to play at night. Learn how Brady discovers a creative way to solve this problem...with a little help from some friends. Read more>
One Creepy Street: Annica's Broom
by Lee Jordan
Annica should not have texted and tried to re-tweet,
For now she was falling towards One Creepy Street.
Message of the Pendant (Darmon Mysteries)
by Thomas Thorpe
William Darmon and wife Elizabeth were powerful figures who in 1818 set society's pace from expansive grounds known as Mayfair Hall. When a family member is murdered, a mysterious pendant is found containing a long lost request by Napoleon Bonaparte for an American mission to burn down Parliament buildings. The couple sets out on an action filled pursuit of the killer. While interviewing Henry Clay in post-war Maryland... Read more>
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