Sunday, November 18, 2018

New Indie Book Release: GRIMORICON - Pathway to Terah (B.D. Suever)

New Indie Book Release:
GRIMORICON: Pathway to Terah - B.D. Suever
Fantasy - Mid-Grade / YA (186 Pages - November 2018)

GRIMORICON: Pathway to Terah is about a young boy who finds a mysterious book and is magically transported to the world in the book. He must find an ancient artifact to get home. Evil forces are also in search of the artifact as well as the boy so he and his friends must find it before they do.

About the Book

GRIMORICON - Pathway to Terah (B.D. Suever)
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A mysterious book leads to an adventure of a lifetime...

Twelve-year-old Ethan knows it all, and if it doesn’t involve fantasy or video games, he isn’t interested. On a trip to an antique store with his father, Ethan comes across the mysterious book, Grimoricon. Unaware of the secrets this book holds, Ethan soon finds himself in the unfamiliar world of Terah, a world that brings to life all the wondrous and terrifying things from Ethan’s fantasy books.

Aided by a teenage huntress named Nera and her bear companion, Ethan must travel through this unfamiliar world of magic, danger, and intrigue all in an attempt to find his way back home.

However, dark forces have learned of Ethan’s arrival and are seeking to capture him before he can find the doorway between worlds. It will take all of Ethan’s courage and the help of his friends to overcome this enemy and open the doorway.

About the Author

Author B.D. Suever
Author B.D. Suever
B.D. Suever lives in a world where magic and monsters exist around every corner. At least that’s what his mind tells him.

So, who is he really? Well if you ask his kids he's dad, if you ask his wife he's the spider killer, if you ask his mom he's her favorite child (don’t tell his sister). As for himself he'd tell you he's a world class genius on the brink of making magic a reality.

At a young age he was always drawn to fantasy whether it be in books, games, or toys. They all allowed him to expand his mind and imagine a world of his own. As he got older B.D. Suever began to write and create the worlds in his head for others to experience. Now he is ready to present those ideas he has to the world.

As a freelance writer he has had featured articles showcased on He is an active member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI).

When he's not writing, you can usually find him spending time with his two wonderful kids, watching the latest movie or playing the latest video game (he must keep that imagination fueled somehow).

Connect with B.D. Suever via the Author's Website
and on Twitter: @bdsuever

Saturday, November 17, 2018

Indie Author Interview: Nala Henkel-Aislinn

Indie Author Interview with Nala Henkel-Aislinn - Author of the Contemporary Romance Novel Blueprint for Love.

Nala Henkel-Aislinn was born in British Columbia, Canada. Her writing career started in school as the co-editor of her high school newspaper and she brought that love of writing into every 9–5 job she had—from staff newsletters to policy manuals and websites. Now she's doing what comes naturally—storytelling. Her goal is to bring sassy, strong female characters to life, and create complex, romantic male characters.

Interview with Nala Henkel-Aislinn

Author Nala Henkel-Aislinn
Author Nala Henkel-Aislinn
Alan Kealey (Indie Author News): What is your (writing) background?
Nala Henkel-Aislinn: My first published writing was in 9th grade—I wrote a descriptive paragraph in English class and my teacher thought it was worthy of being published in the yearbook. Except they forgot to add my name, so I had to tell my friends it was mine. I’ve been a journalist, an advertising copywriter and a ghostwriter. In fact, when I found out the steamy romances I wrote as a ghostwriter were well-reviewed, I decided to write for myself.

Who are your favorite writers, your favorite books, and who or what are your writing influences?
My early romance influences were Kathleen Woodiwiss, Johanna Lindsey and Judy Garwood. I also love Stephen King, J.K. Rowling, George R.R. Martin and Roald Dahl. Good story-telling and interesting character development are my favorite things.

"Writing has always been something that I just did [...]"

When did you first know that you wanted to be a writer?
When I was in elementary school, I wrote a community “newspaper”. It was a one-sheet page with made-up stories, and I wrote it using my mom’s carbon paper (yes, it was that long ago!) Writing has always been something that I just did, from employer’s newsletters to letters to the local newspaper editor to written contest entries.

Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
The first story I ever wrote was when I was ten years old. I re-told the story from the 1976 L.A. Summer Olympics about a man who stopped the American flag from being burned in the stadium. I changed the characters and drew pictures to illustrate it.

"The characters always take on a life of their own [...]"

Tell us about your writing process. Do you have a writing routine?
I start with an idea for the basic plot. For the Cranberry Hill Inn series, I knew there would be a story around its inheritance by the character Katy, and then Katy’s best friend Summer coming to live there, and a third story about Summer’s brother Carson. For each book, I find an image online that matches what I see in my imagination, and then develop the character. I write an in-depth backstory, and then try to figure out what their flaw or challenge is when it comes to love. I do this for the main characters—I even explore what their D.I.S.C. personality profile is! After that I sketch out the major plot points and beats of the story, and then start writing. The characters always take on a life of their own, and I’ve learned that they write a better story than I plot for them! The development process takes about a week, and then I write about 3,000 words a day.

Please, describe your desk/workplace.
We converted a bedroom into my workspace, with washed oak hardwood and cozy area rug under my desk. It faces north, so I get the afternoon sun. But often I’ll drive to nearby Lake Padden (I live in Bellingham, WA) with my laptop and a coffee and either sit outside at a picnic table or sit in my car if it’s raining and plunk out my word count.

"The hardest part for me is writing love scenes."

What do you find easiest about writing? What the hardest?
Once I really know my characters and their flaws and wants, the words just flow. If I ever get stuck it’s usually because I’m trying to write something that’s not in their character or motivation. The hardest part for me is writing love scenes. These characters are like real people, and it takes an emotional toll to do a scene justice.

What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
The greatest joy is when my characters say or do something that catches me by surprise. It’s like watching a great movie, not knowing what will happen, and then laughing out loud at a witty one-liner or a clever action.

Nala Henkel-Aislinn - Blueprint for Love.
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Nala, please tell us a little about your Contemporary Romance Novel Blueprint for Love.
Blueprint for Love is an enemies to lovers romance. It starts with entrepreneur Katy Williams inheriting a house and deciding to make it a bed and breakfast. But it’s not as easy as it seems, since her troubled childhood meant she denied the inheritance until it was almost too late. As she’s getting a look at the property the night she arrives in town, she notices someone in the supposedly uninhabited house. Mitch Howard—mistaken as a squatter by Katy—had filed a claim on the house, since the heir hadn’t stepped forward. He also wanted to convert the house into an inn. And despite their disagreements and misunderstandings about the inn, they find themselves attracted to each and fighting what their hearts want as well. It’s a dual point-of-view novel, so seeing inside both Katy’s and Mitch’s thoughts and struggles makes it a fun read.

What inspired you to write the book?
I’ve had the characters in my mind for quite some time. Then earlier in 2018 I was on Whidbey Island in Washington State and I realized it was the perfect inspiration for my fictional town. I’m also a part-time digital marketing consultant, so I wanted to bring a female entrepreneur to life.

"Readers who like authentic, smart, funny and sassy female characters [...]"

Who do you see as your target audience?
Readers who like authentic, smart, funny and sassy female characters will love this book.

What makes your book special?
I think the struggles the characters go through as they deal with their misconceptions about love and what it means for them is very realistic. My husband tells me I nailed the guy’s point of view, so that’s fun.

"[...] so many readers are identifying and enjoying the stories."

How would you describe the success of your self-published books so far?
I’m a new author, but I’m really excited at how the sales have taken off. As of this publication date, I have three books published in the series, and I’m writing the fourth right now. The read-through from novel one to three has been surprising. I’m grateful that so many readers are identifying and enjoying the stories.

"[...] just putting your butt in a chair and putting in the writing time."

Can you give some advice for other Authors regarding the writing process?
For me, really understanding the values of the characters is key. And then putting them in a situation that challenges their perceptions makes the writing easy and fun. And then it’s just putting your butt in a chair and putting in the writing time.

Are you working on another book project? Can you tell us a little about it?
In Blueprint for Love, the reader meets Mitch’s ex and Katy's estate lawyer, Rally Lawson. In the second book, Deadline on Love, the reader meets a friend of Summer’s, Phil McKenna. The fourth book, Spark of Love, is Rally and Phil’s story. Rally has a secret in her past that is bubbling to the surface in confusing ways. Phil is a firefighter who is seeing his long-held belief that he’s a good uncle but not dad material crumbling unexpectedly. Rally and Phil are thrown together in situations that challenge their beliefs—in themselves, in each other and in love.

Where do you see the book market in 5 or 10 years? Will there be only eBooks and will book stores disappear like record stores disappeared?
I don’t think books or books stores will be disappearing in the next 10 years. In fact, interestingly, Barnes and Noble sells records now! I think the industry will change and adapt the way records stores have gone from large stores everywhere to niche businesses with smaller footprints.

What is your e-reading device of choice?

Do you write full-time or do you have a day job? When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
I have a part-time day job as a digital marketing consultant. I also hike, do yoga and am currently helping my daughter plan her August 2019 wedding!

"I would love to hear from readers [...]"

How can readers connect with you?
I would love to hear from readers by email ( or invite them to follow me on Instagram at I’m also on Facebook at

Thank you very much for the Interview, Nala.

About the Book Blueprint for Love

Nala Henkel-Aislinn - Blueprint for Love.
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Entrepreneur Katy Williams thinks love is a distraction. Architect Mitch Howard thinks emotions are overrated. Their fight over the Cranberry Hill Inn will be nothing compared to their fight against falling in love.

When Mitch Howard caught a prowler one night, he’d expected it to be the neighborhood trouble-maker, not the adorable absentee heir to the inn he was determined to own. And despite his tricks to get her to sell, she was somehow chipping away at his walled-off heart.

When Katy Williams traveled across the country to claim an inheritance she hadn’t wanted, she didn’t expect to find tall, dark and arrogant Mitch Howard squatting on the premises. In that split second, the inn on the coast became more important than she ever expected.

Link to the Book

Link to the eBook Blueprint for Love on Amazon

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Monday, November 12, 2018

New Indie Book Release: The Unnamed Girl (Mike H. Mizrahi)

New Indie Book Release:
The Unnamed Girl - Mike H. Mizrahi
Historical Fiction (270 Pages - November 2018)

The Unnamed Girl is about the power of love to rescue: the unlikely love of a woman whose world is far removed from one man’s crumbling reality; and the mysterious connection with an object that exudes an innocence and love that preserves his emotional being.

About the Book

The Unnamed Girl (Mike H. Mizrahi)
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When Confederate Private Jonathan “Woody” Woodard scours the battlefield of Port Republic, Virginia, an innocent voice beckons him. He picks up a gold-cased ambrotype and gazes at the image of a little girl. Over time, the photograph becomes Woody’s only respite from the nighttime demons of war that torture him. His permanent renewal is somehow dependent upon returning the gold case to the family of the dead bluecoat, whose haversack yields its treasure when he hits the ground.

Woody is captured, and months later a prison escape during a North Ohio blizzard claims his foot. The quest to find the girl begins. Woody enlists the help of the widow Rebecca Johnston in exchange for free labor around her Southern Ohio farm. He soon learns she is an abolitionist and conductor on the Underground Railroad. Complications arise: love enters the equation, but an insurmountable lie stands between them. Does Woody come clean with his secret? Will he put his search on hold to help Rebecca rescue a freedman and his son, sent to Lumpkin’s notorious slave jail in Richmond through the Reverse Underground Railroad?

About the Author

Author Mike H. Mizrahi
Author Mike H. Mizrahi

Mike H. Mizrahi's first historical novel, The Great Chattanooga Bicycle Race, was published in 2017 and is available on Amazon.

His upcoming projects include a book of short stories entitled The Power of Yes, and a novella about the harshness of life in war-torn Congo entitled Kabirizi’s Revenge.

Mike is an avid blogger.

Connect with Mike H. Mizrahi via the Author's Website
and on Facebook

Sunday, November 04, 2018

Just Released: TOP 50 Best Indie Books - Readers' Choice - NOVEMBER 2018

Indie Author News
Indie Author News' Readers have voted for their Favorite Indie Books  NOVEMBER 2018.

Check Out the TOP 50 Indie Books (Click Here!) and vote now for the Best Indie Book!

There are many New Releases in the TOP 50 - Readers' Choice and the Books are from all kinds of fiction genres.

- Romance
- Adult Romance (18+)
- Coming-of-Age
- Science Fiction
- New Adult Romance
- Thriller
- Fantasy
- Young Adult
- Mystery
- Romantic Suspense
- Paranormal

You will find some of the finest Indie Books and you can read excerpts of all 50 Books.
Discover amazing Authors !

Click HERE for the TOP 50 Indie Books - Readers' Choice -

Thanks to all readers for the votes for your favorite Indie Book of the month of  NOVEMBER 2018. Please, vote now for the next month TOP Indie Books - Reader's Choice.

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Saturday, November 03, 2018

New Indie Book Release: War-Born (Aaron D. Schneider)

New Indie Book Release:
War-Born - Aaron D. Schneider
Military Fantasy (356 Pages - October 2018)

War-Born is a fantasy story rooted in the very real experience of the modern soldier, this book lets the reader experience a story that is both grand and mythic in scale yet personal and poignant in delivery.

"[...] Aaron's writing reminds us that we read for the journey, not the destination. Shades of Tolkien can be glimpsed in this beautifully written, beautifully imagined epic war-story. It's Call of Duty meets Lord of the Rings. If you love military fantasy, don't miss this." - Reader Review

About the Book

War-Born (Aaron D. Schneider)
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Two-thousand years of war just met its match.

For Lieutenant Lucius “Luce” Bollham, things have been going from bad to worse since the caves of Afghanistan. First, ostracized by his brothers in arms, now the possibility of being tried as a war criminal. You’d think getting away from it all would be a relief, but where you escape to matters.

Luce's “escape” takes him to the magical Twilit Kingdom of Other-Realm where he finds himself thrust into the midst of a war nearly two thousand years old.
And he thought Afghanistan was tough...

Caught between mind-bending sorcery, ancient grudges, and intrigues among aeon-old beings, Luce must gather the forces of the kingdom and revolutionize their idea of combat before enemy legions march across the land. Witchery and swordplay pair with assault rifles and asymmetrical warfare to stop an adversary who seeks nothing less than utter conquest.

Oh, and there is a woman––when is there not? Except she's a centuries-old warrior-sorceress with blood under her nails and fire on her lips. Bryth is just the kind of gal you want around in a world where curses can kill and dark things stir.

In the midst of all the madness, Luce has to decide what it is he is actually fighting for. Out of the frying pan and into the inferno, as they say.

Thursday, November 01, 2018

New Indie Book Release: No Ordinary Duke (Sophie Barnes)

New Indie Book Release:
No Ordinary Duke - Sophie Barnes
Historical Romance (292 Pages - October 2018)

No Ordinary Duke is a full length Regency romance novel. It’s a secret identity story set in the English countryside and in London.

"Wow! This is a fast-paced, intelligently written novel with sizzling sexual tension between Caleb and Mary. It is a delightfully refreshing read mostly because the hero isn’t a rake and the heroine isn’t a shrew. It is just a lovely romance story [...]" - Reader Review

About the Book

No Ordinary Duke (Sophie Barnes)
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He’s everything she’s trying to avoid…But somehow precisely what she needs…

Caleb Crawford doesn’t want to be a duke. He’d much rather build houses for a living. So when fate disrupts his peaceful life and burdens him with the responsibilities of a newly inherited title, he does what any sensible man would do by fleeing London, disguising himself as a laborer, and seeking refuge with three young spinsters who need his help with a leaky roof.

Ruined by a marquess who promised her the world, Mary Clemens has sworn to avoid marriage forever. Instead, she intends to live out her days with her friends and the orphaned children they’ve taken into their care. But when Mr. Crawford comes knocking, Mary finds herself in real danger of risking heartbreak all over again. Especially when she discovers that he’s not at all what he seems.

Monday, October 22, 2018

3 Tips to Indie SUCCESS from 3 Successful Authors

Asking successful Indie Authors:

Indie Author Tip
We’re a few years into the rocket ship that is independent publishing, so most of us have read countless articles and books on the ‘how to’ and ‘what not to’ and ‘try this’ types of tutelages. The Indie Author has become a successful one-man and one-woman show. We’re educated in the fields of production and marketing. So of course many of these tips and articles have proven effective! But because our industry has grown with so many success stories out there, we can now start asking deeper questions on the motivation that has driven these successful authors.
As cover designer, illustrator and writer I’ve worked with countless independent authors and publishers. On this journey with them all I’ve seen some authors enjoy incredible achievements.
However, how do we measure an author’s success? Is it the amount of books sold, awards won – or is it the mere fact that so many authors have to overcome various challenges to complete a book, or even series?

‘Success’ is NOT just one thing. Its many things.

In my humble opinion, I would say it’s all of the above. ‘Success’ is NOT just one thing. Its many things.
It has been my privilege to work with these three authors, from diverse genres, who have gone onto publishing numerous books, won awards and even kick-started a whole product range!
So I asked them this question: “How did you go from ‘Wanting to write a book’ to now having published and doing so much more?”
All three answered generously (and authentically), and it’s my honor to share their insights with all authors out there, new or established. Each of these answers resonate with me, and I KNOW every author will find an echoing thought and driving inspiration.


A.J. CULEY -Young Adult and Children’s Book Author

Tweet-worthy: “It’s not about reaching the peak. It’s about the journey to get there and then the journey to the next one.” – A.J. Culey

Author A.J. Culey
Author A.J. Culey
I think for much of my life I was waiting for the stars to align – for me to have the energy, the time, the inspiration AND the motivation all in the same moment. This is how years passed with plenty of ideas and tons of story starts but no finishes. Eventually I realized the stars would never align, at least not perfectly, for me to ever feel like this was the one moment I had to write. And that was my big lesson – realizing the moment had always been and always would be now.

So I started taking classes and I joined writers’ communities and I began to take my writing seriously. I think that's the big thing. We have to take ourselves seriously, as artists, as writers, as creative thinkers. And in that process of taking myself, my craft and my dreams seriously, one book led to another and another until one day I woke to the realization that I was an award-winning author with twelve published books in three different genres and several more on the way.

But to say “I woke” to that realization is to somehow imply that it just happened, which really isn’t the case at all. The truth is I invested the time and money in developing my career. I focused on the goal, invested financially in amazing book covers and illustrations, not to mention promotions, and committed my time to writing quality stories. I just plain did the hard work. And I think the big thing for me moving forward is to keep doing that hard work. I can’t stop to rest on my laurels. I have to constantly work at developing my craft and reaching for that next great story.

It’s not about reaching the peak. It’s about the journey to get there and then the journey to the next one.

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

New Indie Book Release: Off the Ice (L.P. Dover)

New Indie Book Release:
Off the Ice - L.P. Dover
Contemporary/Sports Romance (243 Pages - October 2018)

Off the Ice: A Breakaway Novel is a sweet, sexy story about getting a second chance at love.

"[...] I loved this pairing, they brought smiles, laughs, swoons, and loads of feeling to the pages, once I met them, I didn't want to leave them! I highly recommend you check this one out, it is certain to leave you thoroughly satisfied on all fronts!" - Reader Review

About the Book

Off the Ice (L.P. Dover)
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He’s always made the scoring plays, both on and off the ice, but this time he has a new goal … the one for Meghan’s heart.

I’m Justin Davis, all-star center for the Charlotte Strikers. For years, I chased the spotlight, not only with hockey, but through television as well. That’s why I decided to play the bachelor on Rich and Single. Unfortunately, I was stuck with a fake fiancée from hell who I couldn’t stand to be around. Now that our contract is up, I’m allowed to do whatever I want, with whoever I want. I plan to take full advantage of my newfound freedom.

After being on the show, people don’t recognize me for hockey anymore, even with just winning the Stanley Cup for my team. That’s why I’m spending the off season in a remote cabin in Wyoming where the chances of people knowing me are slim. Space is what I need, but when a down to earth beauty needs help on her ranch, I can’t resist. Meghan Taylor is exactly what I’ve been looking for, even though I’m not the kind of man she wants.

Getting her to see the real me has its challenges, but the more time I spend with her, the easier it is for her to see that I’m not the same guy she knows from TV. Being away from the media is one thing, but as soon as I’m back in the spotlight, I’m afraid it’ll change what we have. I don’t want to lose her, but I also can’t hide away in Wyoming forever. It’s a choice I’m not ready to make.

Monday, October 08, 2018

New Indie Book Release: Mae's Cafe (Elsa Kurt)

New Indie Book Release:
Mae's Cafe (Welcome To Chance) - Elsa Kurt
Contemporary Women's Fiction (300 Pages - September 2018)

Mae's Cafe is about the good and the bad, the loves and heartbreaks, the scandals, and the friendships. Welcome to Chance takes you full circle in a fictional world of people who feel so familiar, it's like you've lived there all your life, too.

About the Book

Mae's Cafe (Elsa Kurt)
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Welcome to the quaint, coastal New England town of Chance, where nothing and no one is entirely what they seem. In book one, Mae's Cafe, we meet Mae, the beautiful young owner of the charming retro cafe.

Still grieving the death of her larger than life father, she throws herself into her work and ignores the looming problems threatening her fragile peace. Bruce is the man hopelessly in love with her, waiting patiently for her to notice him. Handsome, enigmatic William Grant comes unexpectedly into town and turns everyone's world upside down... especially Mae's. As if that weren't enough, add the troublesome Feather Anne, who seems determined to ruin Mae's life at any moment.

Welcome to Chance is a window into small-town life, where everyone knows your name and your business. Along with Mae and company, you'll also meet Rosabelle and Miles, the Jacobsons, the 'we used to be cheerleaders' moms, the Brightsiders, and more. Their stories will pull you in and make you feel at home.

So much so, you'll wish you were there.

Sunday, October 07, 2018

New Indie Book Release: SIGHTED - The Gift (Cheryl Thibodeau)

New Indie Book Release:
SIGHTED: The Gift - Cheryl Thibodeau
Paranormal Suspense (126 Pages - September 2018)

SIGHTED: The Gift features a multi-generational cast of highly relatable and vivid characters, a fast-paced plot, and the draw of a continuing saga - The SIGHTED Series appeals to a very wide audience.

"I absolutely loved this book so much! It was so good! I finished it in 2 nights! [...] Best book I had read in a long time!" - Reader Review

About the Book

SIGHTED - The Gift (Cheryl Thibodeau)
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I'm Lindsay, and I'm a teenage visionary with a few big problems. My mother is way overprotective. My best friend is an airhead. My boyfriend joined the Army.

And I can see murders before they happen.

At the age of eight, I realized that I'm a visionary - that I'm "sighted," as my mom calls it. She tells me I need to learn how to manage my ability. She insists that it's a gift.

That's so not true. I think she's just trying to make me feel better about it. I mean, I already have enough to contend with. Like surviving the continuing drama that is my best friend Sara, and finding the time to be with my boyfriend Scott, all while trying to get myself graduated from my small-town high school so I can go to college and have even more to contend with.

My visions of grisly deaths - past, present, and future - kind of complicate things, especially since I'm still learning how to handle them. Every now and then, I see them wrong.
So while Mom calls it my "gift," I disagree. If this is a gift, then I'd like to give it back.

Saturday, October 06, 2018

New Indie Book Release: The Soulless (Michelle Scott)

New Indie Book Release:
The Soulless - Michelle Scott
Supernatural Thriller (200 Pages - September 2018 / 2nd Edition)

The Soulless is a supernatural thriller meant for fans of Stephen King and Dean Koontz.

"[...] I highly recommend this story for everyone who loves horror, general fantasy or paranormal romance genre, if you buy this story you will not be disappointed ever." - Reader Review

About the Book

The Soulless (Michelle Scott)
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They prey upon society’s outcasts--the lonely, the desperate, the guilty--feeding upon the rage and lust and fear hidden in these human hearts. Once they find a victim, they are able to erase the boundary between impulse and action, turning an angry thought into murderous rage and a simple desire into manic obsession.

Only one person understands the danger. Evander Calhoun has spent a lifetime protecting his unsuspecting neighbors from these evil spirits, but--after a nearly a century of service--the old man no longer has the strength to continue the fight.

Evander must find a replacement. But, despite the fact that his master was a nearly crippled, illiterate, farmhand, Evander staunchly refuses to consider anyone but a strong, young male for an apprentice. In fact, he is so blinded by prejudice that he is apt to overlook the best chance he has of saving his beloved town.

Monday, October 01, 2018

New Indie Book Release: Missing Chloe (John C. Dalglish)

New Indie Book Release:
Missing Chloe - John C. Dalglish
Murder Mystery Thriller (182 Pages - September 2018)

Missing Chloe is about the death of a child that leads to a series of eventstakes. It takes the reader on an emotional and unexpected journey to a powerful conclusion.

"This is a great story of human nature in a tragic situation that just keeps on getting worse. Lies, deceit, undue blame, it's all here. You will not put this down until you get to the end." - Reader Review

About the Book

Missing Chloe (John C. Dalglish)
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On a warm summer evening like so many others, Jack Richardson comes home to learn his little girl is missing.

Though Jack and his wife Sarah have no way of knowing it, they're at the flashpoint of an inferno that will leave everyone and everything within their idyllic life scorched beyond recognition.

Suspicion, betrayal, and murder will burn through the lives of everyone who is MISSING CHLOE.