“It was a dark and stormy night. Just kidding, who starts a story that way? I mean, other than that cartoon dog with the typewriter.”
Meet Will, the guy whose childhood was ruined by an outlaw motorcycle club. Now that he’s grown, he’s decided to do something about it. That something may allow the motorcycle club to ruin his adult life too. When the family member of a politician is found dead from a drug overdose, Will is recruited to run the investigation. Will returns to his tiny hometown of Rough River Falls, Kentucky to save it from itself and exact vengeance for his missed youth. Can he infiltrate a group of outlaws and keep his hidden agenda a secret, or will they find out what he’s up to? Can one man actually make a difference when he faces off against a criminal organization? Is there anyone worth the hassle of saving in Rough River Falls, or is the whole town a lost cause? Hold on tight, it’s going to be a bumpy ride!
“Once upon a time, in a far away land, there was a knight who tried to save a princess. That’s an example of how this story doesn’t start. This is no fairytale folks, so if that’s what you’re looking for, then you’ll have to keep looking. This is more of a nightmare. My nightmare.”
“Yeah, see, it all started when this dame walked into my office, see. Nope, just kidding. This isn’t that kind of detective story. I’m not classy or elegant enough for all that mess.”
Go on an amazing adventure with an impossibly buoyant toy boat. Sail through a raging storm, outlast a pirate attack, face down a sea monster, and endure a thunderous waterfall! Take a look inside and see what other adventures lie ahead!
“Paw Prints in Verse” is a collection of over a hundred poems that are about pets. The poems celebrate the cats and dogs (and a guinea pig and bird) that many of the poets consider a part of their family. The book blends the talents of both U.S. and International poets to shine the spotlight on the furry loved ones who are there for their owners, unconditionally. No matter where you live, the loyalty and companionship of a pet is so wonderful and rewarding. This collection was created to honor the bond we have with our pets, and the paw prints in verse that they leave in our hearts. The proceeds from the book will go to Ernie’s Heart Pet Food Pantry to help provide struggling families in Madison County, Indiana food for their pets.
Stacy Savage and W. B. Cornwell, co-editors, of “Bards Against Hunger: An Anthology of Indiana Poets” are very pleased to release a new poetry collection of incredibly talented people, which features 100 poems by over 40 writers which is published by Local Gems Poetry Press. Profits from the book sales will be going to The Homeless Advocacy Center of Anderson and Madison County
Do you know a graduate that is moving on and might not be completely prepared to take care of themself? Trying to impress somebody and put your best foot forward? Annoyed by all of those recipe pictures that you can never quite pull off? Then you came to the right place! This cookbook is for those that can’t cook, written by a guy that can’t cook just to show how easy it can be. All recipes are reviewed by a top-notch food critic (my wife) to offer feedback in the “she says” section on each page to prove that these dishes are suitable for a variety of pallets. This short, simple book is intended to supplement the bachelor’s diet of fast food and frozen entrees, while being able to say, “Look what I did.”