Title: Federal Nightmare: Featuring Drive By
Author: Roland Sato Page
Format: eBook & Paperback
Publication Date: March 30, 2020. PRE-ORDER Today
Eating the Forbidden Fruit is a gritty fiction novel loosely based on true events in author Roland Sato Page life. The newcomer author delivers a personal journey into his rise and demise as a St. Louis City Police Officer. He takes the readers on a roller coaster ride of good ole family memories to the nightmarish reality of being a police officer indicted on federal drug charges. During his trial he wrote journals as a testimonial of redemption. Roland case stems from conflict of his childhood affiliation and his oath to uphold the law. What is certain one can’t run from sin for karma is much faster.
The author actually wrote the novel years ago however after battling Lupus he lost his motivation to complete it. After promising his mother, Fumi Karasawa, who recently passed. Roland opened his computer to finish what he had started, keeping his promise to his mother. Also he would like to encourage others that with determination they too can reestablish themselves. Once diagnosed with Lupus he had to reinvent his career as a popular tattoo artist in the St. Louis area to a freshmen author. The disease affected his motor skills making him unable to tattoo resulting in his new found passion.. The silver lining is that his family support keeps him going, writing has been quite therapeutic for well being.
Roland Sato Page’s Crime Drama Eating the Forbidden Fruit Lands Everywhere on March 30, 2020
Title: True Story of the Perfect 36
Author: Veronica R Tabares
Genre: Fiction/Fantasy/Supernatural/Science Fiction
Publisher: Sun Break Publishing
Publication Date: January 9, 2020
Synopsis: When the Rossi household wakes up in a world strangely changed, Vanessa is the only member of her family who knows something is wrong. The timeline has shifted–and it’s up to her daughters, Maddie and Becca, to fix it.
Philip, from the future, is to blame for setting the timeline askew, which makes Maddie and Becca view him with distrust and loathing. He caused the death of their beloved father. They can never forgive him. But they will have to work with him. It’s the only way they can set things right again.
Together, the three time travelers hop a freight train to 1920s Nashville to ensure the Nineteenth Amendment is passed, giving women the right to vote–and correcting history. But their hilarious journey hits some bumps along the way, and by the end of this adventure, it’s more than Philip’s ego that’s bruised.
Buying Link : https://veronicatabares.com/books/true-story/
More Books by Veronica R. Tabares in this Series
Title: Time Without
Year published: 2017
Pages for paperback: 456
Title: Department of Temporal Adjustment
Year published: 2010
Pages for paperback: 346
Title: Winter Eternal (Book 1)
Subtitle: The River That Flows Two Ways
Author: E. Thomas Joseph
Genre: Fiction/Fantasy/Supernatural/Science Fiction
Publisher: Prodigy Gold Books
Publication Date: May 29, 2018
Synopsis: In 1777, Captain Isaac Pearson joined the British Army when he believed the Colonial Rebellion would be dispatched with effortless haste. Taking a few American lives was an agreeable price for the pampered aristocrat who believed his actions in the conflict would afford him honor and glory. Yet, the path Captain Pearson rode was neither honorable or glorious and the price he would pay was beyond his imaginable fortunes. Time is the enemy of all, the hunter of the hunters whom no measures of tenacity or weaponry can defeat. Yet, in the early days of America’s war for independence Phantom Regiments, ruthless shadow units, British Redcoats, American militia and crazed men of the occult race to acquire a mysterious Iroquoian artifact which offers the capacity to defeat time. Set in New York’s Hudson Valley, the contest for time will marshal tragic desperation and horrific ends. Winter Eternal, uncovered from layers of dust, deep within the archives of America’s Untold History are the tales of the soldiers and the citizens who sell their souls to pursue the mysterious Native talisman, the Kahontsi Ehnita; the Giver of Life. A revolutionary war has begun.
Buying Link : https://www.amazon.com/Winter-Eternal-River-That-Flows/dp/1939665515
About The Author
The Fiction Work: “My previous novels explored how people were tied together by crime,” Brooks says. “But with A Butler Christmas, I sought to connect people by the mystery of falling in love with new friends and estranged family. I’m excited and eager and anxious–like going on my sophomore dance. To join the Prodigy Gold family is a great honor and thrills me to my wing tips.” The Non-Fiction Work: “I am very excited to give back to the writing and publishing communities with my short publishing tips. Everyone publishes tomes on the topic and many people get discouraged with respect to employing effective and traditional publishing tactics because of the vast amount of material out there. I’ve decided to do small essays that people can act on and have a clear understanding of it because I explain in detail with examples.” Brooks can be reached for questions about publishing, consultations, and speaking engagements at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit his small press site at https: //prodigygoldbooks.com The Career Story: Rahiem Jerome Brooks is the breakout novelist and is a member of the Mystery Writers of America. His debut thriller, LAUGH NOW won 2010 African-Americans on the Move Book Club’s (AAMBC) Book of the Year & he earned 2011 AAMBC Author of the Year. LAUGH NOW also the Most Creative Plot at the DMV Expo’s Creative Excellent Awards. Rahiem was also nominated at the 2011 & 2012 African-American Literary Awards for Mystery of the Year for Con Test and Murder in Germantown. In 2017, he launched his second publishing press, Prodigy Gold Books. The Background Story: Brooks grew up in Philadelphia before trekking to Los Angeles to study film/TV at UCLA. Finding it difficult to break into Hollywood, he adapted his screenplay into his first novel and later pursued an English degree at Harvard University and making writing a full-time job. He lives in Philadelphia with a Manx.