Free: Bittersweet: A Coming of Age Historical Romance

Bittersweet captures the zeitgeist of 1960: America transitioning from the gray decade of Eisenhower and McCarthy to JFK and Camelot; The House on Un-American Activities Committee versus the flourishing Beatnik counterculture. Its two protagonists, Renny and Max, students at Berkeley, flirt with Beat poetry, Allen Ginsberg and Kenneth Rexroth, Bebop, and student-led civil rights demonstrations. They join the SLATE organized anti-HUAC demonstration turned riot at San Francisco City Hall. The pol... [Read More...]

The Making of Theodore Roosevelt

This a fictionalized account of a true story – the tale of how two rough Maine woodsmen took a young Theodore Roosevelt under their wing in 1878 and introduced him to the beautiful but unforgiving woodlands of the Northeast. Under their guidance, the frail but strong-willed New Yorker becomes a worthy outdoorsman, an experience which significantly shaped the world view of the man poised to become the 26th President of the United States thirteen years later. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

I’m Rising

“I’m Rising” is an empowering self-love poetry book that re-ignites our drive to become the best version of ourselves. It encourages us to conquer our fears to build inner strength and resilience. The prose urges us to own and celebrate our power, with a call to action to harness our self-confidence to achieve the goals we were destined to shatter. $2.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

The Furies

The city of Fury is a mother that eats its young. It is a working-class melting-pot found at the end of the line on the Quad-City Express. It is a place with where the predators are equal to the number of those preyed upon. Living in the city is tough, and growing up there is even harder. Cava, Luc, and Sally each face their own demons trying to make it through their final year of high school. Surrounded by fiends, thieves, prostitutes, and gangs, the crew must find their own path to overcome t... [Read More...]

Free: Out of Stone

Set in a small New Jersey town in 1920, Out of Stone tells the story of three neighbors whose lives become intertwined by the war and tragedy: Bruce Minton, a shell-shocked World War I veteran, who lives alone in the house his great-grandfather built; Marion Blauvelt, a sculptor, whose fiancé was killed in the battle of the Somme; Suzanne Girard, a twelve-year-old girl with an abusive father. The war memorial Marion is creating exemplifies the novel’s main theme: “A war memorial sh... [Read More...]

Free: A Million Doorways

New to Rocky Creek, Kentucky, and still mourning the tragic loss of his father, Ethan Brook takes a summer job working for the mysterious and eccentric Zelma Green. With the better part of a century between them, he finds in her an unlikely kindred spirit, unaware that her last husband’s body lies mummified in the cellar of her Victorian mansion. Free on Kindle. ... [Read More...]