The Friends We Make in the Psych Ward

The mental hospital can be a scary, uncertain place. However, the friends you meet there can stick with you for a lifetime When Zoey wakes up in the adolescent psych ward with no memory of how she got there, she struggles greatly to adjust to her new environment and interact with the other patients. Then she meets Melanie, a wild, sarcastic fireball of a girl whose antics regularly land her in the psych ward. As Zoey gets caught up in one of Melanie’s schemes, she finds out there’s more to her than meets the eye, leaving her haunted well into adulthood. The Friends We Make in the Psych Ward is a story that tackles themes of trauma, mental illness, friendship and resilience all told through the eyes of a relatable teenage girl.

Meet Grace Anderson

Grace Anderson is an up and coming indie author based out of Denver, Colorado. Her work centers around grief, mental health and all the emotional ups and downs that come with being human. When she’s not writing, she enjoys reading, thrift shopping and sipping chai at local coffee shops.

Before the Unit: The Recruiting of Kevin Banks

How does a Secret Service agent protecting the president of the United States find himself becoming a part of a federal law enforcement team that’s so secretive that their deaths are faked? The team and its support personnel, known only as “the unit”, unknown to him, have had their eye on him.

How he ended up in the unit is not supposed to be known. However, when his wife—the unit’s only female member and the team’s sniper—insists on knowing, she manages to get him to tell his story.

This prequel to THE UNIT series is that story: the human side of how a young man became convinced that protecting the president should be his goal, and how protecting the president led to him doing much, much more. It takes you step-by-step through his journey, letting you see through his eyes and his thoughts how he traveled along the way. By the end of the book, you will know how he got his curious code name—Spud—and understand what is meant by the phrase “keeping it real.”


Meet Anne Fox

Anne Fox lives in El Paso along with 21 chickens, a pond full of goldfish, and two Maine Coon cats. She enjoys many hobbies, including crafts, gardening, and rockhounding. When not writing, she practices her marksmanship skills and draws upon that for her crime/suspense series, The Unit. Also the holder of a Commercial pilot’s license, she once ran her own flight school and trained many people to fly, having over 6,000 flight hours recorded in her pilot logbooks.

Anne began writing in 2019 with her debut book, Gabriel’s Call—a stand-alone novel about a woman believed to be schizophrenic and her doctor. It’s the only stand-alone and the only metaphysical book she has penned. She then segued into the crime/suspense genre, with now 21 books to The Unit series and number 22, the last of the series, being written. She will continue the unit’s story with the series that will be sequel to The Unit: The Unit: Gen 2, which will take place 25 years into the future as the children of The Unit’s two main characters enter the team. She is also considering another series, tentatively titled The Investigators, that will highlight the analysis of a crime scene from the gathering of evidence to the forensic analysis, and end with the solving of the case.

Mother’s Day Short Stories: A Collection

In Honor of Mother . . .

This collection of 20 Christian Mother’s Day Short Stories by D.I. TELBAT is written for mothers and about mothers around the world.

Where there is sacrificial love, there is a mother praying. Where there is a son who has gone astray, a mother is weeping. Where there is a daughter who is heartbroken, a mother offers her embrace.

For every mother, for every occasion, this collection honors those who can’t be honored enough. To all the mothers in our lives—Happy Mother’s Day!

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