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I am ANUSHA HS.I am an engineer from India .I have been been writing books on Hindu mythology since a couple of months.I am a full -time writer.I have written books which have been published at amazon in a series titled "stories on lord ganesh"
Hello, I'm Grahame Peace from England, I have always enjoyed writing, but most of it had been academic or work-related. My work background was nursing and I worked in Mental Health Services for the NHS for over 36 years before I retired in 2014. Since then I have been writing humorous fiction and fantasy/mysteries. I have published four books to date, and I'm currently working on my fifth, which is the third book in my fantasy/mystery series.
I'm Ernest Brawley, from Los Angeles California. My father and uncles were correctional officers, and I was raised on the grounds of prisons all over the state of California. I worked my way through college in the tomato fields of the Great Central Valley and as a guard at San Quentin Prison, where I served in Death Row, the Big Yard, and as a rifleman in the gun towers. Eventually I received an MA in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. After a stint in the US Army, I spent several years working my way around the world as a deckhand, dishwasher, reporter, money changer, movie extra, bartender, and ESL teacher. I hitchhiked from California to Argentina, France to Singapore, and then on to Japan. Eventually I backpacked across Soviet Russia to Europe. Perhaps the root of my wanderlust was that I sometimes felt like an escaped prisoner. Finally I settled in Paris, where I lived the cliché of "the penniless artist." Yet it was in Paris that I wrote my first novel, THE RAP. Based upon my experiences as a guard at San Quentin Prison, it was a big hit, sold to the movies, and brought me literally from rags to riches, which I squandered by living the European high life for a couple of years. Since then I've spent my life writing, teaching, and continuing to travel, visiting every continent except Australia, living and working in Buenos Aires, Paris, London, Rome, Granada, Bombay, Bangkok, and Tokyo, teaching at the University of Hawaii, Hunter College, New York University, and the Sorbonne-Pantheon. I am a recipient of the Joseph Henry Jackson Award in Literature, and served for several years on the Fiction Award Committee of the National Endowment for the Arts in Washington. I have published three novels. Little Machines Press/Roots Digital Media has just republished my first two novels, THE RAP, http://amzn.to/1E2N6Im, about the attempted assassination of a famous black revolutionary in a state prison, and SELENA, about a beautiful Mexican-American union organizer in the fields of Central California , http://amzn.to/1JGHkNo, and will soon follow with my new work of fiction, BLOOD MOON, which is based upon the experiences of my Arizona ancestors in the bloodiest land war in the history of the West. I now live in Pasadena, California, and just completed a new feature film script entitled JIHADI JOE, about an American spy who infiltrates ISIS and attempts to prevent the production of a dirty bomb.
Hi, I'm a new author, T.H. Smith. I only print ebooks, for fun and profit, the subject matter is varied and generally free content. I post mainly on Amazon, but I have accounts on many free ebook websites.
Hi. I'm John Coon. I work as a sports journalist in Utah where I cover the NBA and college sports for the Associated Press and college sports for Athlon Sports.
I published my first fiction novel this summer. It is a horror novel called Pandora Reborn. I'm currently working on my next book, a science fiction novel, that I plan to release summer 2019.
You can find Pandora Reborn at Amazon:
Look forward to getting to know you all better.
Paul Michael Peters, author of fiction. My work includes collections of short stories like Killing the Devil, and Mr. Memory and Other Stories of Wonder. There are two novels, Insensible Loss, and The Symmetry of Snowflakes, with one novella, my debut Peter in Flight.
You can follow me at: https://paulmichaelpeters.com/
You can buy books and read reviews at: https://www.amazon.com/Paul-Michael-Peters/e/B00CNRE6NU/
Hello, I am Pat Spencer, author of Story of a Stolen Girl, an international thriller. I also authored a textbook, newspaper and magazine columns, as well as trade and scholarly articles. I began my academic career as a community college teacher and retired as a college president. When I am not writing, I am golfing, reading, walking on the beach, or hanging out with family and friends. The issue I am most interested in is most effective, free ways to promote my book. My website is http://patspencer.net. Looking forward to discussions with all of you. Pat
My name is Rebecca Rose Taylor. I have loved to tell stories since before I could write them on paper. I write for the joy that it brings me and for the joy that it brings my readers. I also freelance on Fiverr and Upwork. I have self published three titles through CreateSpace and want to continue to grow my writing career.
Hi, my name is Ronald Walker. I am a writer of light Comedy & Romance, Poetry & Short Stories, and something that I consider Complimentary Literature. Basically, I like to write small series of books. My goal, I am hoping to present some light and inspiring readings that could be complimentary, or establish some leisure to reading. Most of my publications could be found on the major distribution outlets such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, etc. Though long ago, I have had some of my poetry printed in various publications. I’ve also have had four of my publications established through a traditional publication outlet. Presently, I am working on the second book of one of my mini-series. I am looking for an agent, I feel it could probably be a manager to help me with managing promotional application of my publications. I admit, aspiration has got me looking towards higher perceptions of, and for appeal. Also, I am looking to establish one of mini-series into a screen write presentation. If anybody know of anybody who is inspired in the genres listed above, and is suitable to try and see if those prospects could possibly be acknowledge through success, could you please let me know. My publication outlets are http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/Ron234 &https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/ronald93783. In an attitude of trying to look through the profoundness of acceptance, best wishes to us and for us. In other words, best wishes to inspired and inspiring realities.