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.
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.
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.
Faithful to all. Focused on duty. Fearful of expectations.
The catastrophic Storm of 2020 wiped out seven billion lives in one horrible, fateful day. Among the mere hundreds remaining, 17-year old Matthew Cane lives a privileged life. His friends support him. His beautiful, caring girlfriend would do anything for him. And his brilliant father is the president of the new United States, giving him access and power. Yet beneath Matt’s confident exterior, fear consumes him—fear of following in his father’s footsteps, fear of being unable to please others, and fear of everyone learning his secret. He is no genius, unlike his father, his revered grandfather–one of the brightest people who ever lived and the founder of Project RM–and the other 43 Renaissance men and women (known as RMs) in their little community.
But when Matt’s late mother speaks to him in a dream, he begins to suspect all is not what it seems. He and a group of trusted friends start to look under the perfect surface of their world, and what they find will change everything. To save humankind, he and his friends must subvert their elders, risk their lives, and complete his mother’s mission.
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Meet Peter A. Schoemann
Peter A. Schoemann is married to fellow lawyer Christine Eckstein. After living for two years on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C., Christine and Peter moved back to their childhood home of Florida, where they’ve spent the last two decades raising their four wonderful children.
The inspiration for Project RM struck Peter in February 2010. He has spent the last ten years transforming his legal writing into novel writing. In that time, he’s completed the Project RM trilogy of novels, beginning with Project Renaissance Man. He has also written a seven-serial prequel, the Project RM: Genesis Serials. Two of his children, David Eckstein-Schoemann an Ava Eckstein-Schoemann, co-wrote the third novel and five of the seven serials with Peter. He looks forward to reading their individual stories, as they learn and grow.
“A riotous, explosive adventure novel—as hilarious as it is action-packed”
– Joelene Pynnonen, Independent Book Review
There’s trouble in paradise…and hilarious fun!
Dick Wiener traveled back in time and saved the world. Now, he just wants some rest and relaxation. But there’s trouble lurking beneath the turquoise waters near Cayo Pene.
A mutiny on Dick’s prized new yacht, the Salty Surprise, leaves the toilet-salesman-turned-hero marooned in the tropics, with his family missing. When Dick crosses paths with benevolent drug smuggler and foodie Chavo Cortes, their stories intertwine over a cheeseburger, a half-ton of cocaine and a misplaced hand grenade.
They’re joined by Busty Bixby, an adult film star and assassin, and Father McKill, a hitman for Jesus, who show up in a storm of bullets with Wiener’s name on them. But nothing is what it seems on this imperfect getaway. They’ve all plunged neck deep into a sinister Caribbean conspiracy masterminded by a shadowy figure from Dick’s murky past. With his family in jeopardy and the birthday of the Lord approaching, Wiener must enlist a band of heroic misfits, murderers and fools to fight back.
Facing pirates, profiteers, a drug kingpin and the world’s most dangerous man—a deranged nuclear sub captain—who all aim to scuttle Dick’s dream vacation, how can Dick save Christmas, and save his family from a watery grave? The answer is to kick some ass…again.
If you enjoy the tropical vibes of Jimmy Buffett, the seat-of-your-pants action of Clive Cussler and the oddball comedy of Douglas Adams, this is the epic adventure you’ve been waiting for…
“A bewildering feat of mayhem, madness and turbulent tumescence wrapped-up in one of the most exhaustingly funny books I’ve ever read.”
– Jonathan Harries, Author, “Killing Harry Bones”
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Meet Luther Banks
Luther Banks is a television producer and lifelong storyteller who now devotes his energies to fiction writing. His stories aim to capture the human condition in all of its aspects, including those that mainstream literature conveniently ignores. In his free time, he enjoys the beach, spending time in nature, and doing the three W’s of life: woodworking, wine tasting, and writing (and wizardry).
He is the author of two books in the “Dick Wiener” series. His latest work is entitled “Dick Wiener’s Caribbean Christmas: An Overstuffed Sequel”
5 STARS “features a young Albert Einstein, exploring his influences and experiences that would lead to his greatest breakthroughs regarding space and time.” ~ K.C. Finn for Readers’ Favorite
5 STARS “young Albert Einstein discovers an incredible truth about Halley’s Comet and realizes that ‘time is an illusion.’” ~ Astrid Iustulin
“I particularly enjoyed Time is an Illusion; the portrayal of Einstein is very spot on and enjoyable. When I think about Einstein, I think of him just as eccentric, entertaining, sarcastic and endearing as the authors portrayed him. The narrative is smooth, fast-paced and complete. Time is an Illusion, is the story of young Einstein as he experiences the Mystery Watch, thanks to his grandfather who believed that time travel is possible and how that man influenced Albert’s life and discoveries.” ~ Rabia Tanveer
“features a young Albert Einstein who shares a close bond with his grandfather. During one of their conversations, his grandfather divulges exciting information that points to time being just an illusion. Years later, the scientist would retell the details of the conversation after recovering his grandfather’s timepiece.” ~ Edith Wairimu
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Wales 1294…A hated English king, a country in violent rebellion against him, and a sixteen-year old girl from Virginia Beach badly out of her depth.
Until recently, Megan Lynch was a high-school sophomore. At present, she is watching a man dangling from a rope as a crowd of thirteenth century Welsh rebels cheer on.
“Go stay with your grandmother in Wales, it’ll keep you out of trouble,” her mother had said. Oh, the irony.
In her mom’s defense, she could never have predicted the events that unfolded in the ruins of Flint Castle that afternoon. She certainly wouldn’t have known about the strange Welshman or the pendant he gave Megan. Even then, if it hadn’t been for the encounter with a local bully, Megan might still be wandering around the ruins of a thirteenth century castle, instead of a fully functioning one.
Her striking similarity to the king’s daughter is initially her saving grace, but her inability to speak Norman French arouses suspicions, and she knows her luck cannot last. Thankfully, help is at hand in the shape of Hugh, a handsome young knight’s squire with a deadly secret . . .