Bloods

The one who said he loved her turned out to be a monster and made Antonia a creature of darkness. Now he seeks her, but he is not the only one. Antonia is a dingir, but few people call her that. Mankind has invented many names for those shrouded creatures of popular folklore: revenants, vampires, zombies, and many others. Fantasies she discovered to be real when she was still a girl, in love with an Arab mercenary with eyes as dark as death. She could not have imagined that he would take her life, condemning her to night and thirst. For centuries, all had seemed lost, suffused with pain and guilt. Until the extraordinary event that would change her future. A future that will have the blood and heart of a young man whose fate is written in his genetic code.

Meet F. Petroni

Francesca Petroni published her first book in 2016 with a mid-press traditional publisher. Since then, she has self-published over ten novels and numerous novellas, including romances, and historical and fantasy books. She won an important literary tournament in Italy in 2018 and since then he never stopped writing. Francesca got a Master’s Degree in Law and a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy from Roma Tre University. Her first english novel Bloods is now available on Amazon.com

Italian Tilt (Bargain Book)

Italian Tilt is a novel that goes beyond  exploring how Donald, the main character, finds romance and discovers a new culture while on a trip to Italy. It also deals with the nature of  personal  growth, the nature of friendship, as well as family conflict and reconciliation.


Meet Carlos Rubio

CARLOS RUBIO was born in Cuba and came to the United States in 1961. After finishing high school, he attended Concord College and West Virginia University. A bilingual novelist, in Spanish he has written Saga, Orisha and Hubris. In 1989 his novel Quadrivium received the Nuevo León International Prize for Novels. In English he is the e author of Orpheus’s Blues, Secret Memories and American
Triptych, a trilogy of satirical novels. In 2004 his novel Dead Time received Foreword’s Magazine Book of the Year Award. His novel Forgotten Objects was published by Editions Dedicaces in 2014. Since then he has completed two Spanish-language works, Final Aria and Double Edge. The latter was a finalist in the International Reinaldo Arenas Literary Contest and was subsequently published by Ediciones Alféizar in 2019.

Devil’s Ledger: A Female Sleuth and International Espionage (A Louise Moscow Novel Book 3)

2022 BOOK EXCELLENCE AWARD FINALIST – THRILLER CATEGORY 2022 B.R.A.G. MEDALLION HONOREE – THRILLER CATEGORY 2022 LITERARY TITAN GOLD AWARD WINNER 2021 PARIS BOOK FESTIVAL HONORABLE MENTION – GENERAL FICTION The world’s oldest bank is in trouble, and CIA operative Louise Moscow wants to save it. This time, the sexy female sleuth takes on a Russian Master of the Dark Arts, in a quest to save Monte dei Paschi Bank of Siena, Italy, founded in 1472. Her investigation leads to the most unlikely of suspects, her own father, who is a top-level attorney defending the Russian. In a race to discover an ancient and mysterious treasure, risking her life to shine a light on financial and political wrongdoing, Louise finds the devil is in the details. Can she expose the rot that has taken hold of Sienna? Or has she finally met her match?

Meet Lorraine Evanoff

Hollywood finance exec, Lorraine Evanoff is the award-winning, best-selling author of the popular Louise Moscow spy thrillers, FOLIAGE, PINOT NOIR, and the newly released DEVIL’S LEDGER. The books follow female sleuth, Louise Moscow, as she travels around the world thwarting terrorist plots and put an end to devastating corruption. Originally from Chicago, Evanoff earned her degree in French from DePaul University. She then scarpered off to Paris for seven years, where she worked under multiple professional identities, including translator, actress, and film producer, in the glamorous City of Light. She returned to the United States and reinvented herself once again, becoming a Certified Financial Manager, and has since worked as a finance exec during dot-com-era in Silicon Valley, and for various Hollywood film companies, notably as CFO of National Lampoon.

Braving the World: Adventures in Travel and Retirement

“When it came right down to it, our dream trip felt like falling off a cliff.”

After early retirement, in 2017 Pam and her husband Dave packed four suitcases and one beer cooler full of insulin and boarded a one-way flight to Italy for a year-long dream trip.

The dream was to live like locals, find out-of-the-way restaurants, and watch the seasons change.  But behind every dream, there is the reality.

What happens when two people retire from their full-time jobs and realize they have developed separate lives? Is it possible to reconnect, despite the stress of traveling, while living alone together, 24/7, in small apartments? Is there such a thing as too much togetherness? Their dream trip came with other challenges—managing Pam’s Type 1 diabetes, dodging political unrest in Barcelona, and navigating water restrictions in Egypt.   

Through the ups and downs of travel, Pam and Dave start to rebuild their lives together… and look for a little adventure.


Meet Pam Saylor

Pam Saylor grew up in the landlocked Midwest, reading books and dreaming of travel. While on a year-long trip visiting nine countries and two continents, she managed to control her Type 1 diabetes and reconnect with her husband. A former paralegal turned contented retiree and travel addict, Pam lives with her husband Dave in Colorado. Pam and Dave are currently busy trying to agree on their next adventure. Braving the World: Adventures in Travel and Retirement is her first book.