IN SAGUARO’S SHADOW and TOO MANY MIRACLES
by Ernie Schusky
Ernie Schusky had two novels published in 2012. One publisher took three years to publish; the other, Wheatmark, took nine months. You may have seen mention of IN SAGUARO’S SHADOW. THE DAILY STAR listed it as one of the ten best books by local authors for 2012. Two Tohono O’odham protagonists vie with each other over registration for the draft in 1940. Like most conflicts between whites and Indians, the incident has its tragic and comic moments.
The other novel, TOO MANY MIRACLES, is about Yaquis in Sonora. An agricultural priest confronts an evangelical priest converting villagers to cash crops in order to save their souls.
More details at ernestschusky.com
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 42. No. 1, February/March 2013
BUILD YOUR DREAM 12 ESSENTIAL TOOLS FOR SUCCESSFUL LIVING
by Byron E. Thompson
Live Your Dream Now!
Would you like to have the rules and tools for designing and achieving your ideal life? It’s all here, complete with the action steps necessary to make it happen – fast.
Publish by Wheatmark
Wheatmark.com, 6×9, 186 pp.
TERESA AND COWBOY: UN CUENTO DE AMOR TUCSONENSE
by Mary Ellen Barnes
Mary Ellen Barnes, author of ROAD TO MOUNT LEMMON: A FATHER, A FAMILY, AND THE MAKING OF SUMMERHAVEN, has a new novel published by Wheatmark. TERESA AND COWBOY: UN CUENTO DE AMOR TUCSONENSE traces the tribulations of spinster Teresa Velarde and Jack O’Brien, roving gambler and cowhand. This powerful love story and compelling mystery is set in 1891 Tucson, a town of mixed cultures and traditions. True events woven into the store are the Camp Grant massacre, the role the Wishing shrine played in the community, and bitter and deadly feud between Dr. Dr. John Handy and attorney Frank Heney.
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 40. No. 6. Dec. 2011/Jan. 2012
SHADOWS ON THE FLAG
by Graham McLeord
Graham McLeord’s second Don Carling Mystery, SHADOWS ON THE FLAG has just been published via Wheatmark in Tucson. Anyone interested can check it out at russgraham.novel.com check it out at russgrahamnovel.com (Russ Graham is Graham’s nom de plume).
In the summer of 2004, private investigator Don Darling is hired by a wealthy client for what he foresees as a routine yet lucative “follow and report” investigation of her husband. It’s only a matter of days before he discovers how wrong he is
“In SHADOWS ON THE FLAG, Russ Graham has fashioned an entertaining and topical mystery, a one-of-a-kind plot that twists and turns until it all comes together in an electrifying climax.”
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 40 No. 5 Oct./Nov. 2011
OLD MEN’S TALES
by Hughlett L. Morris
Hughlett L. Morris’s OLD MEN’S TALES, was recently published by Wheatmark.
Twenty-five men at a certain age and place tell a story to an unseen listener. The story may be factual, imagined, embroidered, or exaggerated. In any case, it tells something about the man and his life. His story deserves our attention, as does he. Available in print and in Amazon.com’s Kindle.
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors. Vol. 40, No. 3, June/July 2011
ONCE IN EVERY GENERATION
by Lauren B. Grossman
Eleven-year-old Angelina Mariano’s spectacular singing voice was incomparable. But a traumatic incident created a debilitating phobia that destroyed any dream of pursuing her passion.
As an adult, Angelina teaches private voice lessons and takes on a student she recognizes as astonishing, one who possesses the career potential that eluded her. Lisa Forester is that student.
Relying on one another’s strength, both women will learn to face their own challenges. ONCE IN EVERY GENERATION is a story of relationships, courage, and dreams interrupted.
Now available for purchase at Amazon.com, BHN.com, Wheatmark.com/bookstore and many other fine booksellers, or by phone at 888-9354-0888 x 3
Visit Lauren at http://www.laurenbgrossman.com