Books Galore!
Authors, how to participate.

NONFICTION




Charles H. Hayes
Civil War Limericks
ISBN 978-1-545619-59-7
Pelican Publishing Company
203 pages; 6 X 9
$19.95 Paperback

History
DETAILS .



Richard M. Walsh
Battle Hymn
The Best and Worst Civil War Generals
ISBN 9781455621361
Pelican Publishing Company
222 pages, 6 x 9,
$25.95 Hardcover

History
DETAILS




Mark Vogl
Military Lessons of the Civil War
$20.00 Paperback

History
DETAILS




Charles H. Hayes
The Gray and the Blue
A Comic Strip History of the Civil War
ISBN 9781589809673
Pelican Publishing Company
160 pages; 11 X 8 ˝
$15.95 Paperback

History
DETAILS

FICTION




Charles H. Hayes
The Briefcase
Moonshine Cove Publishing
276 pages, 5 ½ x 8,
$12.95 Paperback

Mystery
DETAILS



Charles H. Hayes
Ladies Don't Wrestle
Moonshine Cove Publishing
226 pages, 5 ½ x 8,
$13.99 Paperback

Mystery
DETAILS



Tom Hayes & Judy Scalese
The Adventures of Cabeza de Vaca: The Lost Conquistador
Paperback: 214 pages, 5 x 0.5 x 8 inches
Kindle $3.99 - Paperback $17.95

Historical Fiction
DETAILS



Bridges
Anthology: Selected Works
East Texas Writers Guild
426 pages, 5 ½ x 8,
$23.99 Paperback

Anthology
DETAILS



Bill Tyson
The Ghost of Grandpa Wills: The Road West and The Devil's Mouth
Paperback: 297 pages
Kindle $5.99 - Paperback $18.99

Novel
DETAILS



Steve Brigman
Into Those Woods
$13.99 Paperback - $5.99 Kindle or Nook

Short Stories
DETAILS



Janice Ernest
Brocksport, USA
Publisher: Jan Distributing LLC
Pages: 30
Paperback $5.38 - Kindle $2.99

Short Stories
DETAILS


Preston Holtry
Seal of Confession
$13.95 Paperback - $5.99 Kindle or Nook

Historical Mystery
DETAILS




Tate Ellison
Mr. Norris and the Big Bear Scare

Publisher: AuthorHouse
Pages: 24
Paperback $17.99
Available as e-book

Children's Book
DETAILS



Catherine Sellers
Fair Warning
Publisher: White Bird Publications
Pages: 221
Paperback $15.99

Romance
DETAILS



Caleb Pirtle III
Secrets of the Dead
Y&R Enterprises, LLC
Pages: 304
Paperback $18.99 - Kindle $0.99

Historical Fiction
DETAILS



Melody Scott
Auraria Dead
Publisher: Create Space
Pages: 292
Paperback $14.00

Mystery
DETAILS

BROWSE


Bill Tyson
The Ghost of Grandpa Wills: The Road West and The Devil's Mouth
Paperback: 297 pages
Kindle $5.99 - Paperback $18.99

THE GHOST

"Never met a ghost I didn’t like.” Will Watson in The Ghost of Grandpa Wills. But that was before he met his long-dead grandfather, Grandpa Wills. In Part I–The Road West Will Watson and his friend, Jake, take the road to the far reaches of West Texas in search of answers. But, it is a long, lonely highway and there is danger ahead—someone does not want them to reach their destination. Part II–The Devil’s Mouth follows up with the aftermath of Will’s first meeting with his Grandpa. Then to his horror, his family is threatened. Life quickly becomes very serious for the once happy-go-lucky Will Watson.

THE AUTHOR

Bill was born in Fort Worth, Texas. Raised in a military family, he was privileged to live in several different states across the USA. After graduating from University he moved to South Africa where he spent the next decade and a half. He returned to Texas in 1986.

Order from:
Amazon (Kindle version available)

Barnes & Noble

03.16.18


Tom Hayes and Judy Scalise
The Adventures of Cabeza de Vaca: The Lost Conquistador
Paperback: 214 pages, 5 x 0.5 x 8 inches
Kindle $3.99 - Paperback $17.95

CONQUISTADOR AND EXPLORER

Cabeza de Vaca was looking for adventure when he helped lead a group of Spanish explorers to North America in 1528, and he certainly found it when he washed up on the shores of Texas. Lost in the wilderness with his men and living among the Indians, he survived as a wandering merchant, a warrior-prince, a slave, a medicine man and a faith healer. During his epic journey across North America he gathered up thousands of native followers as people from village after village just walked away from their homes and left all of their possessions behind in order to follow him. He surprised the world when he came walking out of the wilderness with three of his companions and this great procession of natives after being presumed dead for nearly eight years. By that time, after crossing the continent, Cabeza de Vaca had baptized the young, laid hands on the sick, performed invasive medical surgery, ended the slave trade in central Mexico, stopped wars and generally freed people from the darkness of spiritual bondage. His faith sustained him in even the most difficult of circumstances. Join this fearless explorer on a compelling spiritual journey across an unexplored stone-age America.

THE AUTHORS

Tom Hayes is a native Texan who graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in government and then went on to earn his Law Degree from South Texas College of Law. He has now been a practicing Texas trial lawyer for over thirty years. Mr. Hayes is an outdoorsman and a student of language, science and history. Judy Scalise is also a native Texan. Ms. Scalise worked as a legal assistant for seventeen years. During that time she helped with jury selection, as well as case investigations in the same capacity as that of a private investigator. Ms. Scalise actively participated in the formulation of strategy behind the introduction of evidence in various cases and in the making of presentations to juries in both opening statements and in closing arguments. Judy Scalise is an author and a painter and she enjoys spending time with her family.

Order from:
Amazon (Kindle version available)

Barnes & Noble

03.01.18


Charles H. Hayes
Ladies Don't Wrestle
Moonshine Cove Publishing, LLC
276 pages, 5 ½ x 8,
$12.95; Paperback

TRYING TO KEEP HIS ROMANCE ALIVE WHILE TRACKING A SERIAL KILLER COULD BE THE DEATH OF MIKE KIDD.

Mike Kidd is not a detective; in fact, he is financially independent and has no vocation. But he is a sucker for anyone who turns to him for help, and this leads him into investigasting a friend who has spells of unremembered night-time drives. His friend wants to know where he goes and what he does on these trips, and whether he is responsible for the murders that occurred during some of these blackouts. With the help of his girlfriend, his crotchety grandfather, and his autistic-savant brother, Mike finds more than he bargained for. Maybe enough to destroy his relationship with the woman he loves. Maybe enough to cost him his life.

REVIEWS

Charles Hayes is a skillful writer with a knack for setting a scene, creating realistic, believable characters and keeping the action rolling. With Ladies Don’t Wrestle, he brings back the delightful ensemble of engaging characters first introduced to readers in The Briefcase, which alone makes this well-crafted novel worth reading. The intricate plot is a mixture of old-fashioned gumshoe sleuthing and enough techie-geek stuff to both impress and baffle Raymond Chandler. Put all this together and you have a first-rate mystery with a surprise conclusion that hits the mark. Treat yourself to another great read. – Preston Holtry, author of the Morgan Westphal mysteries.

The hunter becomes the hunted in this gripping story of murder and intrigue. Set in Hayes’ native East Texas, he makes readers feel right at home in this good old fashion whodunit. Hayes is a gifted storyteller with a special talent for creating robust characters that stay with you long after the pages are closed. Set aside some time, Ladies Don’t Wrestle is hard to put down. – Steve Brigman, author of The Orphan Train.

Charles Hayes has out-done himself with Ladies Don't Wrestle. It is well-researched, both exciting and poignant, with wonderful characterizations. I didn't just read it; I was literally drawn into the story and became an unseen participant. – Tom C. McKenney, author of Jack Hinson’s One-Man War.


Order from:
Amazon (Kindle version available)

Barnes & Noble


Anthology, N.E. Brown (Editor)
BRIDGES
2016 Anthology - Selected Works

East Texas Writers Guild
388 pages, 6 x 9 inches,
$15.00; Paperback


Contributions from 42 East Texas writers make up this book.

A bridge spans time and space. It connects here with there, and a bridge too far allows us to reach beyond and sometimes touch forever. Such is the bridge of life. Such is the bridge of literature. Authors of the East Texas Writers Guild have published their 2016 anthology as a bridge from the streets of reality to streets unknown. It is suspended by our imagination. It is held together by our stories. It is a crosswalk from fiction to nonfiction, from memoir to poetry, which, according to Percy Bysshe Shelley, is a mirror, which makes beautiful that which is distorted. A bridge in literature allows us to venture to places we’ve never been before and may never go again. The bridge is made up of stories that make us laugh and cry, sometimes terrify us and sometimes encourage us to fall in love. The bridge may astound you. It can mystify you. A mystery lies at the far end of the bridge. So does romance. You can follow one bridge to times of long ago. Another rises to worlds unknown and unexplored. It is the bridge we have built with our thoughts and words. It is the bridge we hope you choose to travel. These are our worlds, and we wait for you to cross the bridge and join us.



Order from:
Amazon (Kindle version available)

Barnes & Noble


Charles H. Hayes
Civil War Limericks
Pelican Publishing Company
203 pages; 6 X 9
$19.95; Paperback

In an unusual treatment of Civil War history, author and cartoonist Charles H. Hayes provides original limericks and caricatures that introduce some famous, and not so famous, historical figures of the war. His dry sense of humor and delightful wit illuminate such illustrious figures as Harriet Beecher Stowe, Roger B. Taney, Admiral David Glasgow Farragut, Robert E. Lee, Ulysses S. Grant, and many more who played a role in the War between the States.

His catchy rhymes are well matched with clever sketches that play up the subjects’ foibles and follies as well as more admirable traits. Hayes manages to convey fresh information with panache.

This entertaining volume provides more than a jocular look at the men and women who played public and private roles in the Civil War; it contains well-researched biographies and commentaries that encapsulate the war’s history through a fresh perspective. Hayes has done his research and used those factoids well.

Order from:
Amazon

Barnes & Noble

The publisher


Richard M. Walsh
BATTLE HYMN
The Best and Worst Civil War Generals

Illustrated by Charles H. Hayes
Pelican Publishing Company
224 pages; 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
7 illus. 5 maps Notes Biblio. Index
$25.95 Hardback

THE GENERALS

This entertaining work analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of the Civil War’s top Union and Confederate generals using extensive primary documents and original research. Included are the surprising answers to intriguing questions: How did Union general Ulysses S. Grant attain such a high rank after numerous failures in civilian life? What made the dour, almost fanatically religious Stonewall Jackson perhaps the best combat leader in the Confederacy? History professor Richard M. Walsh explains why Ambrose Burnside was demoted, who gave George McClellan the nickname “Little Napoleon,” and why men of both sides respected Robert E. Lee. Walsh even includes outstanding citizen soldiers who quickly advanced in rank on both sides in his remarkable chronicle. Fascinating facts are gathered in chapters that group the generals from the worst to the not so bad to the best, all punctuated by satirical portraits drawn by Charles H. Hayes. Walsh’s record is a must read for history buffs from both sides of the Mason-Dixon line.

THE AUTHOR

An adjunct professor specializing in American and European history, Richard M. Walsh teaches courses on the American Revolution, Civil War, Native American-US government relations, imperialism, and the history and culture of Ireland. He received bachelor of arts degrees in economics and history from Siena College and a master of science in education and history from Long Island University. A prolific author, father of four, and grandfather of two, he lives with his wife and two large Newfoundland dogs in Northport, New York

THE ILLUSTRATOR
Charles H. Hayes is an author, editorial cartoonist, and award-winning sculptor. Hayes is the author and illustrator of Civil War Limericks and The Gray and the Blue: A Comic Strip History of the Civil War.

Order from:
Amazon

Barnes & Noble

The publisher


Charles H. Hayes
The Gray and the Blue
A Comic Strip History of the Civil War

Pelican Publishing Company
160 pages; 11 X 8 ˝
$15.95; Paperback

The story of America's pivotal war told as a comic strip. Over 700 cartoon panels give the perfect introduction to the War Between the States.

This unusual presentation of the War Between the States takes the reader from Fort Sumter through Appomattox in hundreds of delightful cartoon panels. A perfect introduction to America's defining conflict, it is fast-moving enough to keep the interest of grade schoolers, yet sufficiently factual and historically accurate to please the adult reader, even the history buff.

An ideal introduction to the war for anyone, this presentation is particularly suited to children as an antidote to the politically correct view they will encounter at school and on television. When Lincoln resorted to force to prevent Southerners from withdrawing from the Union and establishing their own form of government, the resulting war became the dramatic highpoint of American history. Ideal for home schooling.

Order from:
Amazon

Barnes & Noble

The publisher


Charles H. Hayes
The Briefcase

Moonshine Cove Publishing, LLC
276 pages, 5 ½ x 8,
$12.95; Paperback

THE BEST FRIEND I EVER HAD PULLED THE DIRTIEST TRICK OF MY LIFE ON ME, AND HE WAS DEAD WHEN HE DID IT

Mike Kidd is not a detective; in fact, he has no vocation. He takes a job from time to time to augment the modest but steady income the single oil well on his inherited farm provides, but has no career. He was just as unfocused in college, taking classes that intrigued him so that he is well educated but has no degree.

His pleasant but unaspiring life is upset when his best friend dies and bequeaths a going business to him. Along with the business, he inherits unexpected danger and a mystery concerning just what the business produces. His friend also left him a briefcase with instructions to burn it without opening it. Mike soon finds himself in danger because a shadowy group is convinced Mike knows the briefcase's secret and they are willing to kill to get it.

Enlisting a most unlikely group of allies, Mike must piece together clues in order to reconstruct the information the briefcase held. The more they learn, the greater the threat becomes.

REVIEWS

"I loved this story because of the characters, the plot, and the setting."-Mark Vogl, author of Southern Fried Ramblings with Grits and All the Fixins, and his column "America Today" at Nolan Chart in Washington, D.C.

"...compelling...great characterization...The very first sentence will capture the reader..."-Colonel Tom C. McKenney, USMC (Ret), award-winning author of "Jack Hinson's One-Man War"

"...character-rich, strong Texas flavor...I simply didn't want to [put it down]."-Tom King, author of Going for the Green.


Order from:
Amazon (Kindle version available)

Barnes & Noble

Mark K. Vogl
Military Lessons of the Civil War

$20 Paperback

Nine Principles, generally easy to remember, sometimes hard to apply, need always be present for any planner for any operation:
Objective
Unity of Command
Offense
Economy of Force
Surprise
Security
Simplicity
Mass
Maneuver
History shows that applying all nine simultaneously is difficult and while there are countless examples of failures of these principles; generally there are not many examples of successes. But these principles do not succeed on their own; initiative, imagination, training, operational tempo and leadership are other ingredients to success. This book examines how commanders in the Civil War succeeded and failed in applying these principles and closes with lessons we all must learn when facing our current enemy who would destroy our freedom.

Order from:
Amazon

Barnes & Noble

03.01.18


Preston Holtry
Seal of Confession

$13.95 Paperback - $5.99 Kindle or Nook

MORGAN WESTPHAL INVESTIGATES A MURDER CONNECTED TO THE EXECUTION OF AN INNOCENT MAN, THE LEGACY OF EARLY SPANISH LAND GRANTS AND RAILROAD EXPANSION IN 1916 NEW MEXICO

Donato Sanchez was convicted and hanged for the brutal murder of Carlotta Ridgefield. Father Juan Salas, the victim's confessor, believes the executed man was innocent and hires Morgan Westphal to determine who really committed the crime. Set in Santa Fe and northern New Mexico in 1916, Seal of Confession is a multi-layered plot with seemingly unrelated threads connected to the murder, the execution.

REVIEWS

"The characters are vividly portrayed, and the realism of both time and location indicate serious research by the author. But the strongest part of this excellent story is the plot. It will keep you intrigued from start to finish."-Charles H. Hayes, author of The Briefcase.

"Intricately woven intrigue crafted by a gifted storyteller, Seal of Confession grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go ... must negotiate a maze of twists and turns on his way to a jaw-dropping truth. Set some time aside; you're not going want to put this one down."-Steve Brigman, author of The Orphan Train.

"... a delightful read. Holtry excels at melding a complex plot with equally complex characters ... [a}moving and tragic story of a murdered woman, a conflicted priest and a brilliant detective. You won't be able to put this one down."-Gary Ettari, author of Sentimental Over You.

"Seal of Confession is a wonderful trip back in time to early in the 20th century .... If you enjoy historical mysteries, you should read SEAL OF CONFESSION."-Sheila Lowe, author of the Forensic Handwriting mysteries.

Order from:
Amazon

Barnes & Noble

03.10.18


Steve Brigman
Into Those Woods

$13.99 Paperback - $5.99 Kindle or Nook



A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES

Wander Into Those Woods, where characters confront existential challenges in the face of powerful natural forces.

In story after story, Steve Brigman weaves a narrative pitting characters against powerful natural forces as they navigate internal unrest in a search for existential resolution ... A man starved for validation takes on a giant fish; a native woman hunts a mysterious foe to preserve her place in a male dominated culture; an aging hunter faces his mortality in the presence of a long-sought-after trophy; a couple struggles with the supernatural for their home; and a boy hunts manhood in an attempt to prove himself through an unlikely triumph.

Into Those Woods challenges readers to explore man's complexity in search for light at the end of the journey.


Order from:
Amazon

Barnes & Noble

03.14.18


Janice Ernest
Brocksport, USA

Publisher: Jan Distributing LLC
Pages: 30
Paperback $5.38 - Kindle $2.99

THE PLACE

Brocksport, Take Me Away! Take a break from the real world and all of its troubles. Come join the good folks of Brocksport, USA. A place filled with funny characters, small town humor, and inspirational stories intended to leave you feeling good and wanting more. Come check out the Dixie Diner and the Baxter's Beggars Inn. Take a vacation and join in the comedy of Brocksport, USA.

THE AUTHOR

Janice Ernest has been the Owner/Editor of WhileUWait magazine, a celebrated publication in the East Texas area. She is a member of the East Texas Writers Guild, and has worked as a virtual assistant, promoter, and connector who has helped many authors achieve their dream of publication. She writes in several different genres: literary fiction, romantic suspense, humor, and contemporary women's fiction. She also enjoys reading mystery, romance, suspense, horror, and science fiction. She is available to help with editing or coaching and for speaking engagements.
Order from:
Amazon

Barnes & Noble

03.14.18


Caleb Pirtle III
Secrets of the Dead

Publisher: Y&R Enterprises, LLC
Pages: 304
Paperback $18.99 - Kindle $0.99

THE PLOT

Ambrose Lincoln is one of the government’s prized operatives, a trained assassin, a man whose past is continually erased by mind control tactics and shock treatments. His days have no meaning. He no longer fears death. As far as he is concerned, a man without a memory is a man who’s already dead.  From Germany come rumors of a mad man threatening to rule Europe and maybe the world. On the Night of Broken Glass, his brown shirts and storm troopers move into Baden-Baden and begin their methodical termination of the Jews. 
No one in Washington wants to go to war with Hitler, and President Roosevelt continues to preach neutrality. But word is leaked that one Jewish photographer took pictures of the rampage of brutality and murder that night. He was killed, but his daughter is in hiding with the film.  Ambrose Lincoln is dispatched to Baden-Baden with one charge. Find the film and bring it back. It will tell the truth. It will uncover the lies. The photographs will reveal to the world the sadistic threat that exists for everyone if Hitler’s mad march isn’t stopped. His mission is to uncover the deadly secrets that his own government doesn’t want him to find, secrets that can change history.

THE AUTHOR

Caleb Pirtle III began his career writing about history and travel. He learned quickly, however, that what happens is never as important as those who make it happen. Many of those people have made their way into his novels. Pirtle is the author of more than 65 published books, including the new noir suspense thrillers, "Golgotha Connection," "Secrets of the Dead," "Conspiracy of Lies," and "Night Side of Dark. His other novels, include "Deadline," and "Little Lies." He has written such award winners as "XIT: The American Cowboy," "Callaway Gardens: the Unending Season," "The Grandest Day," "Echoes from Forgotten Streets," and "Spirit of a Winner." His nonfiction works include Gamble in the Devil's Chalk and No Experience Required. He earned a journalism degree from The University of Texas and became the first student at the university to win the national William Randolph Hearst Award for feature writing. As a reporter for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Pirtle received both the Texas Headliner's and Associated Press Awards.He served as travel editor for Southern Living Magazine, and his travel writing was given the National Discover America Award three times. For more than two decades, Pirtle was editorial director for a custom publishing company in Dallas. He has written three teleplays for network television, including "Gambler 5: Playing for Keeps," a mini-series for CBS and "The Texas Rangers" for John Milius and TNT. Because of the success of the CBS mini-series, Pirtle was asked to write two novels, "Jokers Are Wild" and "Dead Man's Hand" for Berkeley. His blogs appear regularly on http://venturegalleries.com.
Order from:
Amazon

Barnes & Noble

03.16.18


Melody Scott
Auraria Dead

Publisher: Create Space
Pages: 292
Paperback $14.00

SOUTHERN REAL ESTATE MYSTERY, first in stand-alone Maria Sebastian Mystery Series

Realtor Maria Sebastian is struggling to deal with a lull in the economy, an unwilling partner she's not sure she can trust, and a crazy cousin. She doesn't need the complication of finding an abandoned mine on the property she's trying to sell... nor a skeletonized corpse in the mine.

Never mind that the man she thinks she loves is hiding things from her, and her own father may be someone totally different from the man she thought she knew!

THE AUTHOR

Melody Scott was born in San Diego, California but raised in Riverside, California, a town near Los Angeles. She graduated from California Polytechnic College in Pomona, California, and was employed by The Press Enterprise newspapers for six years.

After marrying and moving to Cumming, Georgia, she became enamored of the land and obtained her Georgia Real Estate license in 1978. Buying and selling, moving and investing became a way of life until she was drawn to write novels about the land, the history of which still holds a mystique for her.

Melody has had several short stories published in various magazines such as Confection, The Lyric, Promises to Keep, Woman, Horizon Magazine, and The North Georgia Star. Her acrylic paintings, wall murals and watercolors are becoming known among the art community.

Today she is a licensed Realtor and belongs to her local Board of Realtors, the Chamber of Commerce, two writing groups, a book club, Sisters In Crime, and Southeastern Mystery Writers of America.

She’s managed to remain married to the same saint of a husband and now has two adult children and three grandchildren traipsing the same land about which she writes.
Order from:
Amazon

Barnes & Noble

03.18.18


Catherine Sellers
Fair Warning

Publisher: White Bird Publications
Pages: 221
Paperback $15.99

THE BOOK

Kendall Jamison was surprised when Sheriff Jacob Sentell offered her the job. Not every man would hire an ex-convict to work as a live-in housekeeper and nanny for his five motherless children. Jake had serious reservations about Kendall's guilt in the scam that had sent her to prison for fraud. His lawman's gut instinct told him she was protecting someone, but who and why? Based on her excellent prison record and recommendation from the Houston day care center where she'd worked, he was willing to give her a second chance. Life in the Sentall home was nonstop, spirited activity. At first, Kendall thought she was falling in love with the notion of family life. Still, every time she looked into Jake’s smoky gray eyes, the truth squeezed her heart. She was falling in love with the man who enforced the law. But in a small town like Rosemont, Texas, did the love between the sheriff and a jailbird have a prayer?

Never mind that the man she thinks she loves is hiding things from her, and her own father may be someone totally different from the man she thought she knew!

THE AUTHOR

Affectionately known as AKA, or "K" to family and friends, Catherine Sellers was born in west Texas to an oil field roughneck. She never stayed long in one place, until at 15 she met her husband and knew he was the one. She worked in a variety of jobs until she free-lanced for the local Better Business Bureau and realized she wanted to write. After workshops and conferences and many rewrites, she sold her first novel in 1989. She now has four works with multiple publishers. Catherine defines writing as "a little talent and a lot of hard work" but is continuing her writing career. Email her at catherinesellers@att.net
Order from:
Amazon

Barnes & Noble

03.19.18


Tate Ellison
Mr. Norris and the Big Bear Scare

Publisher: AuthorHouse
Pages: 24
Paperback $17.99
Available as e-book

THE BOOK

What happens when you get in a rush and forget to take care of the little things? What happens when things aren't always as they appear? Take a jog with Mr. Norris in this adventurous bear of a tale and you will find you can't always judge a bear by its cover

THE AUTHOR

Tate Ellison is a self taught musician, singer and humorist. He is a member of the Abilene Writers Guild. He placed first in a music contest held by a British music site for his song "You and iPhone." His music was featured in an independent film in 2011 and was spotlighted on Rock 108 and Kool FM websites. Tate hopes that Mr Norris and the Big Bear Scare will be the first of many works.

Order from:
Amazon

Barnes & Noble

03.23.18


Authors
advertise a book here FREE.

| ART GALLERY | AUTHORS WANTED |


ART GALORE! ART GALLERY