Friday, December 24, 2010
A twisted game of bewildering intrigue proves positive that
six degrees of separation bridge the gap
between the sane and the insane.
Alex Carlysle is a savvy homicide detective highly respected among her peers and on the fast track to make Captain. When her lover becomes the latest victim in a series of brutal murders, the investigation of the killings becomes personal for her. Not only has she lost the only man who ever understood her, but also catching the killer could be the break she has been waiting for concerning her career.
Jade, on the other hand, resides on the opposite side of the law, abiding by a different set of rules - its Jade's way, or no way. Instead of enforcing the law, she is the thorn in its side. Motivated by an urge for revenge, she is a sexy enigma of a serial killer who taunts the police just for the pleasure of it while devouring her
prey in the process. As the hunter becomes the hunted, two women, both at the top of their game, are destined for a massive head-on collision with each other. But the thrill of pursuit is not the only tie
that binds them; they are also both driven by blood shed and a chain of circumstances that began in the subconscious mind.
Ask Nicely and I Might is a racy thriller - fast, furious, and filled with sexy suspense. A wicked game of cat and mouse where time is rapidly running out and with the hunter and hunted lives on the line, they have everything to fight for . . . and everything to lose.
Thursday, December 23, 2010
Investigating journalism meets inspirational expressions as Levy explores education, finance, media, mythology, religion, science, philosophy and ancient traditions.
In Cutting Truths, probing questions are asked;
Are religions based on superstition and fallacies?
Can newspapers, magazines, Internet blogs, TV news and other media outlets be trusted to deliver truthful reports?
If we lose faith in people who deceive where can we turn for authentic information?
Do we really have to suffer and wait till we progress to Heaven before we can enjoy ourselves?
Does hell really exist, if so where is it?
50 enlightening slice of life reveal answers that essentially allow the reader to discover their own home baked truths and find out how real they are. Levy does not say he knows absolute truth, in fact he declares nobody on earth can claim to hold sole possession of truth.
However, Levy does point out what is not true and made-up from intellectual propaganda, myths, fallacies and partial falsehood.
Someone once said; nothing can stop and idea whose time has com … Cutting Truths is right on cue to deliver what the public demand ... A free mind released from hype, flim-flam, sensationalism, skullduggery and outright deceits so that they can enjoy life as nature intended.
Michael explains; in life there are but two pathways from which we can choose;
On the first pathway, truth can be sliced into little pieces and turned into propaganda and lies. This is then sliced into Perceptions, Ideas, Thoughts, Suggestions = Pits. It is then twisted into be-lie-f and non be-lie-f systems that divide people, which in turn causes mayhem and suffering.
This path is not compulsory. You have a choice
Alternatively, on pathway two, pre conceived concepts, theories and belief systems are dismantled by truth so that the thinker of the thought lives a genuine fulfilling life without fear or prejudice. In everyone's lifetime, results will speak for themselves … Are you ready to leap into an investment that can produce prosperous self-assurance?
On the bigger world scene the author probes the possibilities of human extinction via the ignorance of tribal divisions, pollution and other man-made follies. He states that only veracity can set humanity free but the question now remains is humanity ready to handle the - Cutting Truths?
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Unconventional, Unafraid, Unwelcome.
A female physician with an adopted black daughter? The townsfolk of
Idaho Bend will never accept Dr. Mercy Gabriel—even when faced with a deadly cholera epidemic. But all Mercy needs is one man willing to listen…and to trust.
Four years of war command turned Lon Mackey into a footloose gambler who can't abide attachments. Yet he can't help getting riled by the threats Mercy keeps receiving. Her trailblazing courage could reignite his faith and humanity. And his loyalty could make her dream—for the first time—of a family of her own….
Friday, December 3, 2010
Eugenia Marie Renskoff
Different Flags is the story of Ani, a sensitive young woman. In 1982 she travels from San Francisco back to her native Argentina. Once in Buenos Aires, Ani experiences culture shock and falls in love with a young Catholic priest.
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
Travel back in time in a fictional place known as Tradassa Town situated in the south during the year 1881 where two people unbeknownst of one another become acquainted under unexpected circumstances. After the death of Mary Ellen’s father Benjamin, she meets Nathan Jonah Hickey who is the hired ranchman of her father’s estate and an attractive singing cowboy known for his genteel mannerism.
Nathan’s love for Mary Ellen Beauford begins the day they meet upon her return to Beauford Place. Being an accomplished woman of color from a wealthy family and a recent college graduate, the austere Mary Ellen tries to show resilience to Nathan’s feelings. This is partially due to the fact that her only example of a good man was her late father who was a successful businessman.
Behind Nathan’s smooth dark complexion and deep brown eyes lies a terrible secret known only by him. If he shares his secret with her, will she be able to handle it? Will it destroy him?
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Throughout her years as a historical researcher and author, Gwandine has found a niche for writing sweet inspirational romantic stories. Her English Literature professors complimented her creative writing skills.
She is the founder of Gwandine Black Cherokee Cowgirl Studios (GBCCS). GBCCS was formed to publish her novels, categorize her paintings and sculptures depicting African-American cowboys and Native-Americans, record audio narrations, and further her research regarding “Black Indians.”
Gwandine is the wife of a pastor. She has always enjoyed sweet romantic stories. Her passion and persistence in creative writing and classical literature stems from childhood when she preferred to write stories rather than play.
She has self-published inspirational Black western romance and adventure novels including intrigue and a book of inspirational romantic poetry under the following titles: Beauford Place, A Love Worth Finding, The Ethiopian Princess and the Cameroon Knight, Murder in Manalapan, and Poetic Peace. Other works consist of her graphic novels Jade Qi and The Anointed Atura, which feature her comic book characters, illustration, inking, and dialogue skills.
Her initial work was published during grade school. With her background in communications, she has written press releases, news advisories, public service announcements, proclamations, and articles for magazines. She also produced over 40 spiritual television productions as a certified video producer and editor. She formerly worked as a graphics editor, graphic artist, webmaster, paralegal, and a proofreader. She has also written inspirational quotes for the church website.
She presently writes inspirational historical romance and adventure stories involving African-American cowboys and Cherokee Native-Americans as she is of Cherokee and African descent. Although her stories and characters are fictional, African-American cowboys have existed since the dawn of the cowboy era as well as the historical accounts of the vital role that the African-American Buffalo Soldiers played in the settlement of the southwest. She is the creator of African-American cowboy and cowgirl graphic novels (comic books) titled The Black West, The Black Cherokee Cowgirl, and The Disguised Debutante.
Gwandine is an accomplished artist as she enjoys painting the wild west on canvas to design her book covers. She is also an accomplished figurative sculptress whose work has appeared in several international magazines. She has donated artwork to the Wilberforce Museum and Cultural Center.
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