Coming from a multinational multicultural family I learnt many languages and to deal with many cultures… This has shown me the importance of words and communication. Words are sweet water to my lips… For lack of a better word I’ll make up my own if I have to… if it serves the purpose of my writing… words are all yet sometimes words are not enough… From the minute I could write I wrote… on everything and anything I could fin to write on… I wrote I wrote I wrote… and I haven’t stopped writing yet… My first memory of writing was at home writing my name on my little blackboard… My father came to correct it… and writing was on for me from that moment on… There was a time poetry belonged in popular culture before it was held hostage by the elite… In many respects and ways I have long felt I belong in those days… People quoted and cited lines from poems as people today sing along the streets… And words were their music… A couple of years ago one of my students presented a piece of his work about Louise BENNETT -the first Jamaican woman poet- and he got me thinking on how I wish I could go back to the dawn of writing… to be the first person ever to write the first book in his language… the first fiction… Or even… Bulgarian born Elias CANETTI who, from wanting so much to understand the private thoughts his parents shared in German, went on to become one of the greatest German writers of his time and beyond… because with writing comes history… and come stories… and communication… My main interests belong in life, people and nature. People usually don’t see the surrealistic aspects of their life… when I do… Most of my endeavours are about communication… and my writings are very oral in fact… they are meant to be heard and said more than read… even if one should indeed enjoy reading them… whether books, texts, poems or songs they would easily find their way to the radio or stage… and I have recorded a few that I offer for sale now… I also write for business and communication as well as for children… in a style that blends fact and fiction as well as poetry and prose… writing about people for people… Most of my books come in French and in English.

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The Etiquette of Lying

A NSFW POLYAMOROUS ADVENTURE! Kindle, Kindle Unlimited, Paperback & Audiobook Jen got her first taste of being a dominant during an intense relationship with Annabel while attending college, which only ended after graduation due to a misunderstanding. The women maintained a close friendship over the years while Jen concentrated on climbing the ranks in the police …

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Unfinished Business

LARCENY AND MURDER IN THE ANTARCTIC, OH MY!Kindle, Audiobook, Paperback and Hardcover Editions Unfinished Business: Pursuit of an Antarctic Killer is Book II of The Antarctic Murders Trilogy. It continues the story of Captain Roberto Muoz of the Lientur and the hunt for the millions of dollars in US and British cash, negotiable securities, gold …

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The Merciless Prairie

DROUGHT AND DISHONESTY ARE A DANGEROUS COMBINATION Available in Kindle, Kindle Unlimited, Paperback & Audiobook When the land goes bad, men turn sour and mean…and that is just what happens to Vale Tanner, a poor Texas cattle rancher who is watching his cattle die in an unrelenting drought. With his mentor, Red Bailey, the two manage to move …

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The Cactus Kid

INTRODUCING THE SAGA OF THE CACTUS KID Kindle and Audiobook Editions Louis L’Amour’s lost tale of his legendary hero, the Cactus Kid, was serialized as a series of novelettes in the western magazines of the 1950s. Now, for the first time ever, his three novelettes, previously published separately, have been gathered into one audiobook, a …

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The Legendary Detectives

MEET THE SUPERSTAR DETECTIVES OF YORE! There are hours of listening pleasure gathered together in this clutch of classic mysteries starring nine of the world’s most famous fictional sleuths: The Thinking Machine, the Old Man in the Corner, Max Carrados, Morris Klaw, Sanders of the River, Reggie Fortune, Father Brown, Craig Kennedy, and, of course, …

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Ride The Dark Trail

A GREAT WESTERN THAT KEEPS YOU ENTERTAINED Kindle Unlimited, Audiobook and Paperback Editions Schoolteacher Konrad Diamond falls afoul of cattle baron Ernst Haeckel. Rather than invite more trouble, Diamond and his sister Lila light out for new pastures. But the vindictive Haeckel puts a price on Diamond’s head, and the bounty hunters are coming for …

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Classics by the Forgotten Woman of Science Fiction’s Golden Age

YOU NEVER HEARD OF HER ― BUT YOU SHOULD HAVE! Her name is Frances Deegan. She wrote 21 stories and 35 articles under her own name for the science fiction pulps between 1944 and 1952, when few other women were selling to them at all. Yet you won’t find her listed in any book about …

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Retaining their Mojo

THE SLIPPERY SLOPE TO AN OPEN MARRIAGE! When their marriage―the second for both of them―slowly loses its luster, Annette and Todd secretly explore ways to satisfy some of their sexual desires elsewhere. While he is hooking-up with a variety of women during frequent business trips, she plays with Heather, her long-time bestie, and for thrills …

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One Last Love

WHEN IT COMES TO LOVE, IT’S NEVER TOO LATE… Life has the habit of delivering its twists at the most unexpected times. For Bonnie, his life had been lived, and the bittersweet memories of his wife, along with the never-ending sorrow of losing his son so young remain with him, but they are now ebbing …

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GROUNDBREAKING SCIENCE FICTION FROM THE PAST Six often overlooked award-caliber sci-fi short novels and novelettes.  All the stories in this unique anthology were voted to be among the top stories of their year. We believe each would be a top story of any year.  Rog Phillips’ other stories are eclipsed by his psychological thriller, the …

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