Beautifully penned Southern novel with all the trimmings. One of our favorites. Highly recommended.
Belonging isn't the same as following orders, and love is more than complicated than war - especially in the Age of Discovery, the 1960s America.
We are deeply honored to announce the 2018 Winners of the Chanticleer International Book Awards (The CIBAs). The winners were recognized at the annual Chanticleer Authors Conference and Awards Banquet Ceremony.
The SOMERSET Book Awards for Contemporary, Literary, Satire Novels – Grand Prize and First Place Category Winners – CIBAs 2018
We are excited and honored to officially announce the Grand Prize Winner and the First Place Category Winners for the 2018 SOMERSET Book Awards at the annual Chanticleer Authors Conference.
In his 1938 memoir, The Summing Up, Somerset said: “I am a made writer. I do not write as I want to; I write as I can . . ." Read on to learn more about him and his evocative stories.
The LOST YEARS of BILLY BATTLES, Book 3 in the Finding Billy Battles Trilogy by Ronald E. Yates – Historical Fiction, Literary, Action/Adventure
"Billy Battles is as dear and fascinating a literary friend as I have ever encountered." - C. Meehan, Chanticleer Reviews
Stream-of-consciousness at its best, this book hooks readers along in a colorful and adventurous journey into the absurd.
The IMPROBABLE JOURNEYS of BILLY BATTLES: Book 2, Finding Billy Battles Trilogy by Ronald E. Yates – Action/Adventure, Historical Fiction, War, Literary
Adventure awaits with journalist, gunslinger, and lawman, Billy Battles. A hard-to-put-down, second installment in a trilogy of a man with plenty to live for and plenty of life left to live.
We are excited and honored to officially announce the Grand Prize Winner and the First Place Category Winners for the 2017 Somerset Book Awards for Contemporary & Literary Fiction Novels.
With a fast-paced story line and a rich cast of characters, this award-winning winning novel offers a uniquely hilarious, but scary, perspective on the how the businesses of public relations and marketing can take technology to its precipice to take advantage of a media addicted public.