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CODE BLOOD: KURT KAMM Getting too close to a victim is not what a paramedic is supposed to do. Never really showing signs of compassion, understanding but instead rushing to the scene of a fire or accident, quickly assessing the injuries and damage to the people involved should be paramount. Colt Lewis is a paramedic/firefighter … Continue reading

Spotlight: Sharon Kendrick


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   SHEIKH’S BOUGHT WIFE by Sharon Kendrick What is your favorite part about writing The Sheikh’s Bought Wife? I felt very fortunate with this particular story because it almost seemed to write itself. Both characters came to me fully formed and were eager to tell their story. I must add that this does not happen … Continue reading

Tradur Gurl P.T. Dawkins


Life sometimes throws you a double curve ball and you often have to switch gears in order to deal with the obstacles that might come your way. This is a story about several people that have been given serious roadblocks; obstacles and problems that only by skirting around the law, finding new ways to get … Continue reading

Spotlight Motherhood


Calling a Spade a Spade I grew up in a household where girl parts were called vaginas, boy parts were called penises and pooping was called a bowel movement. My parents believed in calling a spade a spade. There was no mystical voodoo surrounding these perfectly natural parts of life. Imagine my surprise when I … Continue reading

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Big City HEAT


Big City Heat: David Burnsworth   Sometimes life gets away from us all and our pasts remain and in the present. No matter how hard we try to avoid encounters and trouble sometimes it just seems to find us. Ex-Marine Brack Pelton is impetuous, smart, astute and at times reckless but he’s one man you … Continue reading

Smells Like Weeia


Smells Like Weeia Elle Boca Marshall Danielle Metreaux is back along with Sebastien Poyager in another adventure that will take them deep inside the Academie Superieur de Goin to uncover the mysterious death of a student and the death of an older man who was visiting his sister. Sebastien seems to have the upper hand … Continue reading

Shifting Sands


Shifting Sands: Michael Shusko   A family all in the Marines and yet each one vying for the top spot as they quarrel, dispute and even argue when together. Two young men are sent on a mission but the end result is sabotage and they wind up dead. Someone is out to compromise Iran’s national … Continue reading

Different is Beautiful


Beautifully Different: Dana Salim Illustrated: Pavel Goldaev   The colors of the rainbow after a rainstorm are all different vibrant and have their own special meanings. It’s their differences that make each one of them stand out. Sometimes children become aware of the fact that many of their classmates are not the same as they … Continue reading

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