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Angella Jacob & Pierre C. Arseneault Authors- DARK TALES FOR DARK NIGHTS

DARK TALES FOR DARK NIGHTS

by Angella Jacob & Pierre C. Arseneault

9781832926217   $8.99   90 pgs

DARK TALES FOR DARK NIGHTS is a collection of six dark and unique short stories that explore the mysteries and suspenseful realm of the supernatural, encounters with legendary monsters, fear and of love that continues even in death leave you with a fright at night!  These stories offer a new twist on the traditional suspense/horror stories of the past and highlight the talented imagination of first time authors Angella Jacob and Pierre C. Arseneault.

Artemesia Publishing

9 Mockingbird Hill Rd.

Tijeras, New Mexico  87059

g.habiger&artemeslapublishing.com

http://www.apbooks.net/didn.html

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Anna Haman Author- WAR VICTIMS A GERMAN FAMILY’S STORY OF CONFRONTING SOCIAL NORMALCY & SPIRITUAL PATH

WAR VICTIMS A GERMAN FAMILY’S STORY OF CONFRONTING SOCIAL NORMALCY

by Anna Haman “Post-war recollections are colorfully and realistically described in WAR VICTIMS.  Anna’s strong character served her well in her life’s struggles.  Through her words the reader can easily visualize the people and place she writes.”- FROM MY HOME, NEVER TO RETURN: A Polish Child’s WWII Memoir.

“The protagonist was a great lady with a splendid soul.  May she rest in peace.  I read every word (of chapter 3)- it was that interesting and extremely well written.  PS I opened Camp Lance, Las Vegas, New Mexico 10/19/42”- Raymond Haber, DEVOUT JEWISH MAN of 89 years old, retired taxicab owner New York City.

“Having read all of Anna’s writing I know more about her than is in this book.  Anna begins this book background details on her parents’ lives, before she was born.  The book then traces her life from birth to her teen years, verbally fascinating, take us on a journey about her growing up, learning about life and secret moments while sharing  her thoughts, fears and perceptions about the world she lived in. Her prose makes her alive and admired.  It is as if the reader was a next-door neighbor or one of her best friends.  Her manner of storytelling and her descriptions of her adventures are neither boring nor dull.  Reading her words about growing up in post war Germany easily places you by her side, observing silently what she does and what she thinks.  You, the reader, are on a journey you do not want to end.  You want more.”- Dr. Bob Worthington, President of United States Pilots Association

MY SPIRITUAL PATH MY SPIRITUAL PATH is Anna Haman’s journal from 1995-1996, where she expresses her intimate feelings and sexual dreams.  Anna wrote about herself and her friend’s experiences living in an alternative Sufi Community, in the mountains of New Mexico.  When she was not living at the Sufi Foundation, she living and establishing her private counseling practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Originally Anna grew up in a small town in Germany.  She received her masters degree in Lesley University in Cambridge Massachusetts in Movement and Psychodrama.  Anna was a certified Kripalu yoga – a gentle yoga she taught to children and had had an intensive twenty-five years of thorough and profound learning astrology.

Newvo Peace Publishing Post Office Box 2587, Las Cruces, New Mexico 88004  575-6216469  www.newvopublishing.com

The complete ebook WAR VICTIMS may be down loaded for free from http://www.newvopulishing.com

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Raven Grimaldi Author- A SUMMER WITHOUT FLOWERS

A SUMMER WITHOUT FLOWERS

by Raven Grimaldi

WHAT IF YOU HAD ONLY SIX MONTHS TO SAVE THE WORLD?

Long ago, the Morrigan, legendary Celtic goddess of war and death, foresaw a grim future for the human race and she has watched and waited as the world has become tainted by excess and greed, finally blighting even her sacred space.  Enraged, she vows to humanity a world of desolate as their empty hearts, carpeted with their bones and blood.

The doomsday clock is clicking.

A SUMMER WITHOUT FLOWERS is a love story not only between people, but their devotion to the worlds they vow to protect, an epic fantasy adventure of what could happen when environmental degradation is entertwined with supernatural vengeance and a foretold fate.  Provocative and timely, A SUMMER WITHOUT FLOWERS packs an unforgettable punch.

“Some of my favorite things are revolutionary scientists and sexy faeries.  Grimaldi delivers both a helping of snarky smarts.  This is definitely one adventure you don’t want to miss out on.”- J. Ems, author of MODUS OPERANDI

Now available at http://www.amazon.com in print and kindle.

Follow Raven at her website: Ravengrimaldi,com

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Allan Meyer Author- A DOG’S CHOICE

A DOG’S CHOICE

by Allan Meyer

Allan Meyer has a new novel called A DOG CHOICE, in which Eddie, a “normally-impaired” philosopher, loses every argument with Zelda, his talking dog.  When he reminds her that he has a college degree in the “art of correct thinking,” she answers, “Hey, it’s your problem, not mine.”  When he complains that she has three beds, whereas he, a married man, has only one half of one bed, Zelda advises him, “raid where you can and cut a deal where you can’t.”

Meyer adds characters like Yancey, who thinks it strange to obey the Ten Commandments without first reading the find print, a graceless judge with habits that can “irritate a sandbag” and four-year-old Emma who wants to avoid Boston because, “my dad says the place is full of Irishmen.”  Beneath this benign turbulence run more serious currents- gender equality, coping myths, remembrance.

Facing a crisis that his logic cannot justify, Edddie seeks sanctuary in a personalized myth and Zelda answers the call of South Dakota’s beautiful Ghost Dance Lake.

Meyer’s story is exactly what one writer/reviewer called, “a shoplifter in the heart store.”

A DOG’S CHOICE, on Kindle and Nook, is also available in paper from Arizona Vintage Investments, LLC, 12982 N. Meadview Way, Oro Valley, AZ 85755  Price $14.95

Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors  June-July 2014

 

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