August was a busy month for many of our authors, and five of them published their book! Please join us in congratulating them and show your support by checking out their book!
O’Malley grew up working on farms, milking cows, cleaning barns, and hauling hay and has been flying airplanes since college. Now retired, O’Malley has written a book about his life growing up in the 1950’s and 1970’s, college, Air Force, American Airlines, and projects in Haiti. You can learn more about his book and purchase it here.
About the book: Beautiful twins Lucille and Francill Jones looked identical in every way. However, Francill’s path to love and lust was different from Lucille’s. Hers was fraught with voodoo, witchcraft, demonic exorcism, curses and deceit. Francill would stop at nothing, even if it meant taking Lucille’s identity, to claim her husband Raymond Thompson as her own. You can learn more about the book and purchase it here.
About the book: After her 24 year marriage failed and 4 years of therapy, Katrina Dawson was finally on her way to living life again. Love was the last thing she wanted, but that was until a tall, handsome, blue eyed Cowboy walked into the bar. She had never believed in love at first sight, until she laid eyes on Kolt, and fell head over heels for him. Kolton McGee was just there to make sure his farm hands didn’t get into trouble. He didn’t like the idea of being a baby sitter to a bunch of grown men, but knew that there would be trouble if he left. That was when a woman at the end of the bar caught his eye, and like an arrow through the heart, he fell hook, line, and sinker, love at first sight for this brown eyed woman. You can learn more about the book and purchase it here.
About the book: Bruises can fade, and cuts can be easily patched up, but sometimes, the mental wounds take the longest to heal. For eight years old James, life is just like one never ending nightmare with bullies after bullies constantly tearing at his diminishing well-being. No matter how many times he wishes or plead for some relief, it never seem to come. Until everything changes, when his dad decide to move away from this unforgiving town. James was over ecstatic with the news; this was his opportunity to be able to make his first friend. “Do you want to be my friends?” My name is Sam, short for Samuel.” A young blond headed boy nervously asked. James could feel his heart exploding with true happiness. But for how long would it last, before James’s little secret interfere with their precious bond? Would Sam be the same as all the others? Or would he surprise James, by sticking by his side through thick and thin. Like a true friend should be. You can learn about the book and purchase it here.
Johnson shares about her journey as a minimalist through both non-fiction essays and fiction short stories. You can learn more about the book and purchase it here.