Written with verve and emotion that conveys the mystical beauty of the North African Muslim culture - an important read!
Superb writing styles blend with ease in The Red Wheelbarrow Writers' first anthology of non-fiction titles. This anthology will capture your heart and expand your soul.
An expose' of the challenging and graphically violent situations that are reflections of his day-to-day experiences of his thirty year career as a city police officer.
The Official List of the Chanticleer 2016 Grand Prize Winners of the Blue Ribbon Writing Competitions
We are excited and honored to have announced the 2016 grand prize award winners at the third annual Chanticleer Authors Conference's Awards Banquet held on Saturday, April. 1st, 2017 at the Hotel Bellwether by beautiful Bellingham Bay, Wash.
Gone are the days where an author simply reads, opens the floor to Q&A, and then signs books. (Can you say YAWN FEST?) Read on to find out how to get a leg up on your book tour competition!
The Spider and the Stone: A Novel of Scotland’s Black Douglas by Glen Craney – Historical Fiction/Scottish War of Independence
Cinematically enthralling and historically compelling, Glen Craney’s "The Spider and the Stone" is a must read for lovers of James Douglas, the fight for Scottish Independence, Braveheart, or Robert the Bruce.
A fascinating story that masterfully merges age-old spiritual questions with the latest in modern medicine. A thought-provoking, top-of-the-line read.
Fire Call! Sounding the Alarm to Save Our Vanishing Volunteers by George De Vault – Memoir/Fire Science
Readers will be thrilled and at times chilled by this up-close view of the sacrifice, guts, and skill displayed on an everyday basis by volunteer firefighters who perform their duties with no thought of recognition or reward.
Love, Loss, and Awakening: (Mis)adventures on the Way Back to Joy by Dennis Freed – Non-Fiction/Memoir
A vivid portrayal of someone desperately stumbling in the dark desperately fumbling for a match to show the way out despair and hopelessness, and, then after a lot of bumps and scrapes, finally finding what he was seeking--happiness.