• Larry P. Auerbach

    Larry P. Auerbach

    Larry Auerbach is a practicing psychotherapist of twenty-five years, in Pt. St. Lucie, Fla, where he lives with his wife of 32 years. He earned his Master’s in Social Work form Barry University in Miami Shores, FL in 1991 and has maintained a busy practice since. He has traveled out west for numerous pack trips […]

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  • Linda Bunker

    Linda Bunker

    Linda Bunker was born in 1941 in Waterbury, Connecticut. At the age of sixteen she became aware she was a Lesbian and spent the next fifty-eight years with her life partner. She graduated from Katherine Gibbs School in New York City in 1959 and for the next several years worked as an executive secretary. In […]

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  • M. C. V. Egan

    M. C. V. Egan

    M. C. V. Egan is the pen name chosen by Maria Catalina Vergara Egan. Catalina was born in Mexico City, Mexico in 1959, the sixth of eight children, in a traditional Catholic family. From a very young age, she became obsessed with the story of her maternal grandfather, Cesar Agustin Castillo–mostly the story of how […]

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  • Charles E. Yallowitz

    Charles E. Yallowitz

    Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn’t working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned […]

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  • Glenn Sartori

    Glenn Sartori

    Glenn Sartori is a lifelong resident of St. Louis, Missouri and graduated from St. Louis University with BS and MS in Electrical Engineering. In 1997 he married Rosanne and enjoy condo living in St. Louis County. They have two sons Michael and Jeffrey, both grown, live in different cities and have a family of their […]

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  • Mary T. Kincaid

    Mary T. Kincaid

    I’m an Oklahoma girl who spent thirty years living in the deep South. I’m an observer. Everything can be the basis of a good story. Story ideas are everywhere. No need to give you my dates like I’ve passed from this life. I’m here. It’s now. Let’s read. I write stories for children. The golden […]

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  • Sandra Masters

    Sandra Masters

    From a humble beginning in Newark, New Jersey, a short stay at a convent in Morristown, NJ at the age of fourteen, retiring from a fantastic career for a play broadcasting company in Carlsbad, California, to the rural foothills of the Sierras of Yosemite National Park, Sandra traded in the Board Rooms for the Ballrooms […]

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  • Author Spotlight: Larry P. Auerbach

    Author Spotlight: Larry P. Auerbach

    Larry Auerbach is a practicing psychotherapist of twenty-five years, in Pt. St. Lucie, Fla, where he lives with his wife of 32 years. He earned his Master’s in Social Work form Barry University in Miami Shores, FL in 1991 and has maintained a busy practice since. He has traveled out west for numerous pack trips […]

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  • Book Spotlight: The Troll Bridge by Larry Auerbach

    Book Spotlight: The Troll Bridge by Larry Auerbach

    In 1935 west Texas, two teenagers — Duane McCathern and Tony Picano — decide to go search for a lost treasure of Confederate gold based on an old tale told by a retired Texas Ranger, involving Indians and a mysterious spirit. As their hunt starts, another boy, a long-time rival, finds them in a cave […]

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  • Book Spotlight: Currents Deep and Deadly: Darcy Farthing Adventure Book One by Arleen Alleman

    Book Spotlight: Currents Deep and Deadly: Darcy Farthing Adventure Book One by Arleen Alleman

    Currents Deep and Deadly Darcy Farthing Adventure Book One by Arleen Alleman In her travel log of murder, romance, and a personal journey of discovery aboard a cruise ship, Darcy Farthing manages to entertain the reader with her descriptions of Caribbean and South American ports, while also detailing the horrific and wondrous events that take […]

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  • Book Spotlight: Currents Of Sin by Arleen Alleman

    Book Spotlight: Currents Of Sin by Arleen Alleman

    Currents Of Sin: Darcy Farthing Adventure Book Six by Arleen Alleman In downtown Las Vegas homeless teens are disappearing from the streets, and Darcy fears that runaway teen, Pammie Fleetfoot, has succumbed to human traffickers. After Darcy befriends two young prostitutes, their pimp is brutally murdered, but they refuse her offer of help to leave […]

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  • Book Spotlight: The Keepers of Time: Book Five In The Time Magnet Series by Russell F. Moran

    Book Spotlight: The Keepers of Time: Book Five In The Time Magnet Series by Russell F. Moran

    The Keepers of Time: Book Five In The Time Magnet Series by Russell F. Moran Admiral Ashley Patterson and her husband Jack have done it again. They’ve traveled through time, 200 years into the future—aboard a nuclear aircraft carrier, Ashley’s flagship. They discover a new world, a strange new world—a post-nuclear war world—one that is […]

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  • Book Spotlight: The Mystery Of The Lost Avenger by Linda Maria Frank

    Book Spotlight: The Mystery Of The Lost Avenger by Linda Maria Frank

    The Mystery Of The Lost Avenger by Linda Maria Frank Newest Release: Book Four (all books stand-alone) The wreckage of a World War II plane is found in the mountains of Appalachia. It mysteriously crashed in 1943 on its way to a naval base. Inside the plane is a note, written by Annie Tillery’s great-grandmother, […]

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  • Author Spotlight: Russell F. Moran

    Author Spotlight: Russell F. Moran

    Cold Coffee Press Endorses Futuristic Thriller Novelist Russell F. Moran ************************ Spotlight Interview With Author Russell F. Moran Russell F. Moran is the author of The Gray Ship, The Thanksgiving Gang, A Time of Fear, and The Skies of Time (all four books in the Time Magnet series). The Shadows of Terror and The Scent […]

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  • Author Spotlight: Augustus M. Cileone

    Author Spotlight: Augustus M. Cileone

    Augustus M. Cileone won the Dark Oak Mystery Contest sponsored by Oak Tree Press, for the novel, A Lesson in Murder, about homicides associated with a Philadelphia Quaker school. His second novel, Feast or Famine, a satire, deals with a traumatized man dealing with his Catholic Italian American upbringing in the 1960′s and 1970′s. His […]

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  • Book Spotlight: Secrets at Lighthouse Point by Hugh Harris

    Book Spotlight: Secrets at Lighthouse Point by Hugh Harris

    Secrets at Lighthouse Point (The Dinkle Island Series Book 3) by Hugh Harris Marty lay back on his pillow and stared at the ceiling. “It’s sort of like Lighthouse Point is loaded with deep, dark secrets.” He and Gracie lay together in silence, and presently he sat up. “I know God’s light is brighter and […]

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  • Book Spotlight: Augustus M. Cileone

    Book Spotlight: Augustus M. Cileone

    Vince Singleton, a writer, part-time English professor at Philadelphia Sacred Covenant University, and huge movie fan, suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder. He witnessed the accidental shooting of his wife by a policeman during a robbery. Vince, however, suspects that her death was intentional. Now, an old friend of his is found dead amid unusual clues. […]

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