Black Magic Woman

There’s a voodoo woman in New Orleans who knows your darkest secrets

French Quarter paranormal investigator Wyatt Thomas learns he’s permanently linked to the spirit of a man with whom he’d fought a duel during another lifetime. The only person who can free Wyatt from his curse is long-dead voodoo queen Marie Laveaux. To seek her help, he must travel back to Antebellum New Orleans, succeed in his endeavor, or be trapped in the past forever. When Wyatt meets his former lover at the Mulatto Ball, he doesn’t know if he wants to return.

While Wyatt is time traveling, detective Tony Nicosia and U.S. Attorney Eddie Toledo are working for mob boss Frankie Castellano to try and retrieve a stolen cornet given to him by jazz legend Louis Armstrong. Their failure could result in having their throats cut and bodies thrown in the bayou for the gators to eat.

If you love New Orleans and Louisiana history, don’t miss Black Magic Woman. Visit the French Quarter tonight. You might decide to stay awhile.


Meet Eric Wilder

A writer spinning tangled webs

A Most Unusual Friday Knight (Shawn From the Shed, Book 1)

History is now in the hands of two orphans, a border collie, and a depressed inventor

For as long as Johnny and Ella have known him, Shawn has been that odd but sad man who lives in the shed at the orphanage run by his iron-fisted sister. Every day, the kids watch from the windows as he walks the dog, fixes things, and takes his sister’s belittling with only a sigh.

Everything changes the night Johnny and Ella decide to investigate lights flashing from the shed. The night they discover Shawn’s time machine, which sends them all to medieval England – to a time of mighty castles, jousting tournaments, and wild animals.

But when they witness the injustice of a greedy lord and his champion knight, a simple jump to the past turns into a seemingly impossible quest to save the lives of innocent villagers – as well as their own. All complicated by Shawn’s odd behavior and terrible manners, leaving it up to Johnny and Ella to teach him how to behave properly.

With a combination of modern technology, ingenuity, and trickery, can two orphans, a dog, and a sad inventor change the course of history?

A story that both kids and parents will love

This is a time travel children’s book for ages 8-12. It is a light-hearted and amusing tale which is sure to entertain kids while teaching important lessons about standing up to bullies, being there for one another, helping those who need it, relying on your wits, and behaving considerately towards others. One of the most important dynamics of the story is the role reversal. Here, it is the adult who needs help from the kids in order to understand social interactions, not offend others and avoid getting into trouble. This is often a source of fun and humor, but it also a way to teach these lessons indirectly and without being preachy.


Meet Alan Frost

Alan Frost is an author of middle grade and young adult sci-fi and fantasy. After nearly 15 years working as a translator, Alan decided to take the plunge and start publishing his own material. His main passion is subjects that extend the boundaries of what we think possible, in particular modern fantasy and time travel.

Alan’s debut title, “A Most Unusual Friday Knight”, is a middle grade (ages 8-12) time travel story and is due to be released on November 1, 2021. It is the first in the “Shawn From the Shed” series. In early 2022, Alan will launch his YA modern fantasy series, “The Dream Gate”, with the first novel “The Slayer, the Seer, and the Dream Stealer”.

Even though his family is from Washington DC, Alan resides in Copenhagen, Denmark, where he spends as much of his spare time as possible enjoying nature, playing sports and annoying his friends with bad jokes and (hopefully good) story ideas.

River Road

BIZARRE NEW ORLEANS DEATH CEREMONY ENDS IN MURDER

French Quarter paranormal investigator Wyatt Thomas meets a new client at an bizarre death ceremony in a revamped Canal Street movie theater. The man gives Wyatt a bag of cash and a single clue: a solid gold Krewe of Rex, 1948 Mardi Gras doubloon. His only request is for Wyatt to find the person or persons who murdered his mother.

The case isn’t simply cold, it’s 50-years old. When his client is shot dead on the way out the door, Wyatt must go into hiding, solve both murders, or suffer the same fate


Meet Eric Wilder

Growing up during steamy Louisiana summers, Eric Wilder would sit in the backyard at night beneath a giant pecan tree listening to his grandmother’s tales of ghosts, magic, and voodoo. The author of thirteen novels and many short stories, he still loves reading and writing horror stories, supernatural thrillers, and paranormal mysteries. He lives in Oklahoma near historic Route 66 with wife Marilyn, two wonderful dogs, and one great cat.

Blink of an Eye

A FIERY TRUCK CRASH LEADS TO MURDER AND PARANORMAL ADVENTURE

To stop a killer, private investigator Buck McDivit must time travel back to a forbidden 1000-year-old Mississippian pyramid where he drinks hallucinogenic tea with the most powerful Indian chief in North America and his spiritual adviser, a shamaness with a rattlesnake tattoo on her shoulder. Blink of an Eye is the fun, sexy, romantic, and thrilling Book 3 in the standalone Paranormal Cowboy Series.

Ghost of a Chance, Book 1
Bones of Skeleton Creek, Book 2


Meet Eric Wilder

Born on a sleepy bayou, Louisiana Mystery Writer Eric Wilder is the author of 13 novels, 4 cookbooks, many short stories, and Murder Etouffee, a book that defies classification. He lives in Oklahoma near historic Route 66 with wife Marilyn, three wonderful dogs and one great cat.

City of Spirits

Paranormal investigator Wyatt Thomas deals with murder, spirits of the night, and a forbidden love triangle

It’s Mardi Gras in the Big Easy, an escaped killer on the loose, and a sunken boat in the shipping channel preventing cruise ships from entering or leaving the city. Wyatt’s rich new client wants him to prove he isn’t a passeblanc—a person of black heritage passing as white. Wyatt becomes enamored with his client’s beautiful daughter, a conflict of interest that threatens to get him killed. Oh, and N.O.P.D. Homicide detective Tony Nicosia is having a torrid affair with the daughter of his best friend.


Meet Eric Wilder

Growing up during steamy Louisiana summers, Eric Wilder would sit in the backyard at night beneath a giant pecan tree listening to his grandmother’s tales of ghosts, magic, and voodoo. The author of thirteen novels and many short stories, he loves reading and writing supernatural thrillers, and paranormal mysteries. He lives in Oklahoma near historic Route 66 with wife Marilyn, two wonderful dogs, and one great cat.

The Twin Paradox

“The Twin Paradox is one of the best science thrillers to come along since Andy Weir’s The Martian.” Chris Weitz, Screenwriter, Rogue One

With ten years passing for every three minutes on a remote stretch of Texas coast, planes fall out of the sky, evolved species are on the hunt, and people die inside one of the most vicious ecosystems ever grown–all a result of the government’s efforts to slow down time.

A lot can happen in ten years. That’s the point. Governments are always racing for supremacy, for scientific breakthroughs, for technological advantages–and these things take time.

Until something goes wrong.

With the grounded yet massive world building of READY PLAYER ONE, thrilling scientific questions of JURASSIC PARK, and the time-bending teen drama of BEFORE I FALL, Wachter’s THE TWIN PARADOX is a brilliantly plotted tale that is both intimate and massive, relentless yet deliberate, and explores the themes of self-acceptance, self-confidence, and natural selection in a richly hued and unforgettable world. Ultimately the eternal question of Nature versus Nurture is boiled down into this fast-paced thriller told over the course of five days and culminates in one single question:

Do we get to choose who we are?

Meet Charles Wachter

Charles Wachter is an Emmy award-winning Executive Producer and author, having written and produced over thirty-five television series and films. He graduated from Yale University and has a master’s degree from NYU Graduate film.

Trans D (Broken Reality Book 1)

Gary Davis is dumb-struck on a flight en route to Namibia on the African continent. The man who had been sitting next to him has apparently vanished into thin air. The more he insists that he was not alone, the more frustrated the flight attendants become. They are adamant that Gary had been alone since he set foot on the plane.

Frustrated, Gary scoffs as his mind takes him back to the conversation he had had with William the previous night. Eventually, he convinces himself that his imagination is simply running wild. That is, until William makes another appearance… This time, though, William claims to be someone else. 

This is the first installment of Rhiley McCabe’s Broken Reality series.

Meet Rhiley McCabe

Rhiley McCabe is an emerging fiction author and the creator of the nail-biting thriller series, “In The Line of Fire”.

Rhiley specializes in the thriller, crime, and suspense genres; his work promises to have you at the edge of your seat from start to finish.

Rhiley McCabe lives in Belfast, Northern Ireland with his wife and five children. They often take trips to other countries during the summer months. The inspiration for his stories comes from the many places that they visit and the people he gets to meet on these trips.

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One Helluva Bad Time: The Complete Bad Times Series (Bargain Book)

ASK ME FOR ANYTHING BUT TIME…

By award winning author Chuck Dixon, (Yes, the same Chuck Dixon who co-created the character Bane.)

You don’t punch a cocktail waitress around Dwayne Roenbach, not even if you are his wealthy mogul boss.

Unfortunately, said boss got him blacklisted for actions that Dwayne knew were entirely appropriate of a retired US Army Ranger.

Now, a phone call from a mysterious benefactor wants Dwayne to pull together a team to help rescue scientists who are lost.

With the kind of money he’s being offered he only asks a couple of questions to make sure the job is legit.

Perhaps he should have asked a few more.

This Epic Adventure spans multiple time periods, gun battles with creatures and people all over the world as well as up and down history as they battle to do what is right.

No matter if Hell is there to greet them in the end.

Bad times or not, these Rangers have no ‘quit’ in them. Everyone and everything needs to get the hell out of their way.

They have mission(s) to complete.

Go up and click ‘Read For Free’ or ‘Buy Now’ and dig into an adventure that will have you hearing the sounds of the past, while smelling the gun powder as the team fights across the world,and time.

A FEW QUOTES ABOUT CHUCK DIXON:

“Chuck is a damn good writer who is really good at hooking you, giving you fun characters, and

telling you one hell of an adventure story.”

Larry Correia, Monster Hunters International, the Grimoir Chronicles

“An intelligent and well thought-out high action time travel story.”

Noah Mullette-Gillman, Luminous and Ominous

“Dixon excels at putting down action, of introducing larger-than-life heroes, kicking them through the

door into a big mess, and having them sort out a situation in a flurry of martial arts moves and big

guns.”

Mel Odom, The Rover series.

The Time Dancer

For fans of Doctor Who and Stranger Things. A Time Travel Mystery with a Hint of Horror.

Even though she’s been skipping her way into the future for as long as she can remember, Ellie Johnson has never seen anything quite as strange as the twisted pathways that are keeping her trapped on the top of a hill in the middle of the night.
Are they something to do with the bizarre plume of light that has landed in the middle of the forest? Or are they an effect of the Northern Lights that have come so far south they are distorting the world around them?
She’s determined to find out.
But when people start to disappear, she finds herself in a race against time. 
Trying to use her unique talent to escape the barrier that is closing in around them. Hoping that she can save her companions from the strange creatures that are lurking in the woods. And desperate to discover whether these terrifying creatures are somehow inextricably linked to her ability to dance through Time…..

Frightening and compelling in equal measure.


Meet Stevie McBride

Stevie McBride is a British author of adult and young-adult Science Fiction, living in Cheshire. The Time Dancer, his first novel, was published in the summer of 2020. Prior to that, Stevie worked for several years as a high-school teacher. He loves all forms of speculative fiction. He is also a fan of live music. He is a married parent of three young boys.

Thunder on the Moor

Maggie Armstrong grew up enchanted by her father’s tales of blood feuds and border raids. In fact, she could have easily fallen for the man portrayed in one particular image in his portrait collection. Yet when her father reveals he was himself an infamous Border reiver, she finds it a bit far-fetched—to say the least—especially when he announces his plans to return to his sixteenth century Scottish home with her in tow.

Suspecting it’s just his way of getting her to accompany him on yet another archaeological dig, Maggie agrees to the expedition, only to find herself transported four hundred and fifty years into the past. Though a bit disoriented at first, she discovers her father’s world to be every bit as exciting as his stories, particularly when she’s introduced to Ian Rutherford, the charming son of a neighboring laird. However, when her uncle announces her betrothal to Ian, Maggie’s twentieth-century sensibilities are outraged. She hardly even knows the man. But a refusal of his affections could ignite a blood feud.

Maggie’s worlds are colliding. Though she’s found the family she always wanted, the sixteenth century is a dangerous place. Betrayal, treachery, and a tragic murder have her questioning whether she should remain or try to make her way back to her own time.

To make matters worse, tensions escalate when she stumbles across Bonnie Will Foster, the dashing young man in her father’s portrait collection, only to learn he is a dreaded Englishman. But could he be the hero she’s always dreamed him to be? Or will his need for revenge against Ian shatter more than her heart? 


Meet Andrea Matthews

Andrea Matthews is the pseudonym for Inez Foster, a historian and librarian who loves to read and write and search around for her roots, genealogical speaking. In fact, it was while doing some genealogical research that she stumbled across the history of the Border reivers. The idea for her first novel came to mind almost at once, gradually growing into the Thunder on the Moor series and beyond. The rest, as they say, is history.