Power of Storytelling
"The eleven with 3 are none without one- Scattered are they that open the gate. The power of god awaits he who walks through" Hell's Gate - Ernest Dumpsey, the author of Hell's Gate, has written over 40 books. With his art of historical creativity,
“I wanted to write an adventure story where time travel wasn’t just a way to get a character to a different time once or twice, but it was able to be used constantly to solve problems.” Nathan Van Coops -
" Felt like the fly trapped in the spider's web" Hugh Parsons (Character) - Readers will take a journey back to the life of the 1600s in this historical fiction story. The story begins with High Parsons' life being controlled by his parents.
"Never say good-bye because goodbye means going away and going away means forgetting." J. M. Barrie Pan - The main character & the narrator of the story has become obsessed with her sisters’ disappearance and death.
"Sometimes you have to trust your gut.....sometimes that's all you have left." - - Gerald has written another epic mystery in the Carson Reno Mystery series, The Disappearance of Robin Murat. This author has the talent of keeping his readers wanting m...
“ I fear we have become too "intellectually sophisticated" to allow for what seems impossible and, as a result, have lost some of our ability to dream, imagine, and accept the possibility of what we can't explain or understand could be "magical.
“The book was written primarily to give HOPE. I know that I’m not the only person who has struggled. Perhaps not the same way as others. Unfortunately, I know that we were not alone to be raised by the type of parents that we were raised with.” A.
"This one is for readers everywhere and the librarians who help us discover the magic in books." Christy Sloat - We first meet Emme, the main character, at Berkley University in California. Emme is a typical 19-year-old girl who not only illustrates a...
"Destroy the seed of evil, or it will group up to your ruin." Aesop - The Mor is a science fiction novel written by Steve Soderquist. He has written and published five novels, one novella and a children's short story of his own. He has edited,
“Life is Cheap-make sure you buy enough." Carson Reno - Lack of Candor is the 18th story in the Carson Reno series written by Gerald W. Darnell. The main character, Carson Reno, is a private detective with an office located in the lobby of the Peabod...