Dead Orchids

This is Kitty’s first published collection of poems. Although many are very personal, she is a writer of fiction. However, she wrote a [...]

The Happiest Day Of My Life

These are quiet poems, plainspoken. They sit in the back of class, in the last pew at church, and have sly, considered things to say. Bitter [...]

Sally! Sally! Sally! Sally!

Actor (e.g., Somewhere in Time), Writer, Musician Paul Cook’s first book contains the stories of four different women named Sally. The [...]

In the Middle of the Middle West

The 42 essays in this collection take their inspiration from the Midwest—not just from its physical terrain but from its emotional terrain [...]

Mystery Novel: An Assassinated Man

WRITTEN AS B.R.ROBB: Inspired by a true story, An Assassinated Man draws from real events leading to one man being the intended target and t [...]

SHARK BABY

Who am I? wonders Shark Baby. When his mermaid’s purse egg case is torn loose in a storm, he finds himself on a journey through differ [...]

cloudette

Cloudette is a very small cloud who looks high and low for a way to do something very big. On her journey, she discovers new friends, new ad [...]

Reason Without Rhyme

Poems written about experiences and observation of life, through one’s own journey and that of others. Expression of positivity and co [...]

Parable Of The Tooth

If Ian is to be believed there’s beer and football in heaven-and God has become a stand-up comedian. The trouble is, he is not to be b [...]

Hybrid Seeds: Little Fiction

The micro-fictions and prose poems of Richard Holingers’s Hybrid Seeds: Little Fictions slip in and out of the voices of our time: a famou [...]

HATCHING MAGIC

You never know when magic will hatch…. Poor Theodora Oglethorpe! Her biologist father has gone off to explore the jungles of Laos with [...]

WILD ANIMAL NEIGHBORS

What would you do if you found an alligator in your garage? Or if you spotted a mountain lion downtown? In cities and suburbs around the wor [...]

SMART AND SPINELESS

Kirkus Reviews 2015-06-06 The lack of a spine, or even a brain, doesn’t keep invertebrates from learning, remembering, and solving pro [...]

Sedona: The Lost Vortex

Gregor Buckingham, a young metaphysician scarred from a childhood fire, doesn’t have much going for him, but now Sedona is calling to [...]

The Love-Haight Case Files

Written by Jean Rabe and Donald J. Bingle. It’s the  launch of a wild new urban fantasy series! The trade paperback version is coming [...]

Snapshot

“It’s rare to read a book that creates a really original world that makes you want to explore it more when you are finished.R [...]

Frame Shop: Critiquing Another Writer Can Be Murder

Harold J. Ackerman thinks his latest cat mystery proves he is the best writer in the Pleasant Meadows Writers’ Guild and Critiquing Societ [...]

What Are You So Grumpy About?

Boring presents…weird food…too many chores!! There are LOTS of reasons to be grumpy, and this book is full of them. But, in this [...]

Spirits of Vengeance – The Stone of Spirits

In the distant land of Enara, the religious zealot Lord Malenek marches across the continent of Amaros, cleansing the world with his army of [...]

Where The Broken Lie

Who killed Katie Cooper? When Tucker returns to his hometown of Willow Grove to grieve the death of his infant son, memories of the murder o [...]

Medicine Man – Weeping Eye Dances

The second book of the Red Rock Road Trip Series… Set in the High Desert Country of the Grand Canyon and Navajo Reservation, you will [...]

Devouring Wind

“They’re coming for us, from the sky and emptiness.” Ten months ago, technology guru Sharon Mack and her autistic and stra [...]
Donald J. Bingle

Story Collection: SHADOW REALITIES

There are other worlds in the shadows; dark worlds that mirror our own and seep in through the cracks in our facade of normality. Shadow Rea [...]

Love’s Perfect Surrender

Thirty-eight year old ANTOINETTE LIBERO’S life is at a crossroad. Her plans for a family are shattered. Unable to bear children, her h [...]

The Widow’s Son

Enjoy the music, politics, fashion, televison and movie fare of the 1960s. Did you know that 2 days before the blizzard of 1967 that brought [...]

Not Everybody’s Nice

2012 Split Oak Press Flash Prose Contest Winner “Richard Holinger’s stories are like pieces of amber in which we observe a small, perfec [...]

Net Impact

Dick Thornby is not Hollywood’s idea of a spy. In his rough and tumble job there are no tailored Italian suits, no bimbos eager to ple [...]

Ratfish

Ratfish is a classic tale of sex, violence, and mutated animal parts in a blender. Dr. Dunwiddy’s not a mad scientist, but he is an an [...]

Allen’s Rocket

A story by A.D. David… Bruce Steinberg normally writes adult fiction. One morning, while he was working on a novel that would become a [...]

A Change In Plans

Actor/composer Tom Mitchell is a modern-day misfit — a lovable rogue — often able to laugh at his own misfortunes. He has difficulty acc [...]

EXCHANGE

When a town-sized chunk of alternate reality swaps places with ours, Sharon Mack has to fight sabertooths, giant bears, and a mysterious cul [...]

Forced Conversion

Mankind has largely retreated to the realms of virtual reality, where resources are unlimited and the problems of the real world–viole [...]

My Occasional Torment

WRITTEN AS BEE ROBB: My Occasional Torment is for The Rest Of Us, who are typically absent from the beautiful people descriptions within the [...]

Science Fiction Novel: GREENSWORD

They’re about to save the world; they just don’t want to get caught doing it. Zeke, Milo, and Brandon are struggling to keep the [...]

River Ghosts

WRITTEN AS B.R.ROBB:  Which is right: the eyewitness testimony of an eight-year-old boy or exculpatory DNA evidence? Sixteen years after Ri [...]

All Timelines Lead to Rome

A dead woman’s cell phone chip leads to a mystery spanning the U.S. rustbelt, a surviving Roman empire and a North America without Eur [...]

Art of War for Traders and Investors

Twenty-five centuries ago, Sun Tzu, master military strategist and tactician, wrote his classic treatise The Art of War, in which he outline [...]

Novel: PALADIN

How many wrongs does it take to make a right? Veteran newspaper columnist Nikki Harrison writes about the injustices and corruption she sees [...]

Don’t Die, Mr. Opal. Oklahoma Needs You.

Rescued from a burning plane crash, Jim, Alice and Dan travel west to say farewell to Charles, the man who pulled them from the wreckage. Dy [...]
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