They

On a seemingly normal Memorial Day, Gabe Blake stumbles upon a girl laying next to a gravestone. He asks her who’s buried there, and she tells him a story he can’t quite believe. After years of research and interviews, he discovers the story, They’s story, is not only true, but inspirational: a story of loss, heartbreak, isolation, and above all, love. He discovers the story must be written, and he must write it. Maybe it’ll be his story, too.

Meet J.T. Moon

J.T. Moon was born in 1991 in Minneapolis, MN. He has spent many a day dreaming of faraway faces in faraway places. He currently resides in Missouri.

J.T. Moon is the author of They and The Dawning.

Love and Fast-Pitch

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In desperate need of a life make-over after a terrible divorce, librarian Mallory Cruise signs up to coach her daughter’s recreational softball team. So what if she doesn’t have an athletic bone in her body? It’s the change her therapist suggested. There’s only one problem.

Her co-coach, Jason Henry, a widowed jock popular among the single ladies who’s made it clear Mallory grates his nerves. He’s an arrogant jerk who knows a lot about softball but nothing about women.

Mallory just needs to prove herself. And she does, in a horrible flip of the lineup that costs them the game. The softball moms band together and are ready to tie her to the fence during batting practice. They won’t stop until Mallory’s out of the picture.

And the only one who can save her is Jason.

Will Mallory strike out at coaching the same way she struck out in her marriage? Or will Jason rescue her when she needs it most?