Archive for the Fiction Category

Insubordinate

Insubordinate tells the story of a woman who traveled on life’s road successfully, faced undue hardship and never let what people or society had to say to deter her.

Thread

Thread weaves through the lives of many who are in this mystery thriller of corporate corruption, greed, infidelity, revenge, witchcraft, and more twists and turns. Kyle Stone is up for the challenge but never thought it would get this crazy!!!

StarCross Academy

Eve Adams was drugged, kidnapped and brought to another planet, and for what? To attend a High School? But not just any school, it was StarCross Academy the school for elites. Where knowledge is power has a whole new meaning. Eve has always liked playing games, but she’s not so sure this is a game she can win.

The Fifth Day

Young Shellie is in her last semester in college when she finds a seemingly forgotten book in the college library with an odd poem written on a crumpled piece of paper tucked inside – seemingly just as forgotten.

Up Here

When you’ve had two dream marriages, choosing your eternal soulmate in heaven is one hell of a dilemma. Can you have more than one soulmate at the same time?

Or So It Seems

Part odyssey, part oddball adventure, and totally fantastic, “Or So It Seems” offers a breathtaking but comical look at one man’s spiritual journey. His search for answers to the mysteries of life takes us on a wild jaunt through the tangled web of his life, with an irrepressibly humorous Hindu guru along for the ride.

Strong from the Heart

Caitlin Strong wages her own personal war on drugs against the true power behind the illicit opioid trade in Strong from the Heart, the blistering and relentless 11th installment in Jon Land’s award-winning series.

High Tide

High Tide . . . On the one hand, high tide can mean “surf’s up” on a beautiful beach. You might be there with friends or family–waves big enough to ride, sun high in an azure sky. On the other, there is Dylan’s sinister warning: “It’s bad out there. High waters everywhere.” Those waves that seemed friendly before can be dark, ominous–dangerous.