Kevin shouldn’t be writing this. And you shouldn’t be reading
it. After all, reading is now a crime–and for good reason. After the Coma
Outbreak, everyone knows what happens to people who read. Their eyes slam
shut. And they never get out of their desks again.
About the Author
Patrick Hueller is the author of several award-winning books for young
readers, sometimes under the pen name “Paul Hoblin.” Foul, a
horror book, was a YALSA Quick Pick and was described by Booklist as
“unbearably tense.” The Beast was a School Library Journal
selection. Archenemy made the ALA’s Rainbow Book List. Wolf High and
The Wish were on SLJ’s list for “Accessible Reads for Struggling
Reluctant Readers.” He is also the author of the middle grade series
Stu Stories, which Geoff Herbach (author of Stupid Fast and Hooper) said
“hit[s] on pretty much every topic I cared about when I was a kid
(love, Jedis, severed legs, etc.). His most recent book is Kirsten
Howard’s Biggest Fan, a YA book published by INtense Publications that
National Book Award finalist Charles Baxter called “beautifully
written, with a concert-hall perfect pitch for speech and idiom and ways of
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They have known each other forever… But they still have one secret left.
Jamie has always been by Benji’s side: neighbour, best friend and co-owner of their very own treehouse. But Benji wants things he has never dared ask for from his best friend: his love. Not wanting to risk their friendship, Benji throws himself into being the best friend he can be, despite his limitations.
Is thirty-three too old to realise the man of your dreams has been right next to you all along?
Pete Thron was a NYCHA cop during the era of crack cocaine and the war on drugs in Upper Manhattan. Conducting top secret undercover operations, squeezing snitches for information, and arresting dangerous criminals. He complied hundreds of arrest, and was involved in several shootings. Taking down drug dealers,and ruthless criminal organizations. Then in a split second, his career came crashing down during a buy and bust operation gone awry, becoming victim to the city’s brutal police politics. Finding himself behind bars and betrayed by the job he loved and bled for, Thron switches gears to give a brutally honest portrait of a street cop serving his sentence among the criminals he once arrested in the New York penal system.
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A love so tangible it weaves three hearts together…
has lived a solitary existence, serving his don to the best of his
ability, even forfeiting his happiness in the interests of his Mafia
family. Now a widower, he yearns for what he lost when he married his
wife. Love. And the ex-boyfriend he left behind.
Drake is on a
mission. His late-mother requested one last thing from him, but he finds
himself at a place where he instantly feels at home. He falls for
Everett’s charm, losing his heart in the process until Everett’s
Finn was left brokenhearted many years ago,
but he never forgot his first love. When news finds him that Everett is
free of his obligations, he has no choice but to reach out despite the
potential dangers. Finding Everett in the arms of another man was not
what he expected.
Can the three men, who have lost so much, find what they’re looking for at The Base?
We’ve all heard the tales and know how they end. Haven’t you always wondered what comes next for the characters after the story ended? What if Merlin got it wrong? Was all well in Neverland after Wendy and the Lost Boys returned to London? What really happened between and the giant? What did Bastian do with his wishes? Go beyond the pages of some of classic fiction’s most popular stories and discover the answers to the age old question…What comes next?
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An ex-cop and a psychic on the mend find their safe haven threatened by vandalism, arson, and the shadow of their dangerous past. After overusing his Talent till he almost died, Brian wants nothing more than a quiet job on the farm, with Nick to come home to. He’s trying to start a new life, despite bad dreams he can’t shake, vandalism close to home, and his sister’s problematic baby on the way. Nick gave up the police force and moved to North Carolina to be with Brian, and he doesn’t regret it. But he’s at loose ends, with no real work, the lurking specter of Brian’s brother Damon hanging around, and a worry in the pit of his stomach that Damon’s old enemies might still be after Brian. Nick’s keeping his eyes open and his gun loaded.
An ex-cop and a psychic on the mend find their safe haven threatened by vandalism, arson, and the shadow of their dangerous past.
I get asked about my name a lot. It’s not something exotic, though. “Kaje” is pronounced just like “cage” – it’s an old nickname, and my pronouns are she/her/hers. I’ve been writing far longer than I care to admit (*whispers – forty-five years*), although mostly for my own entertainment. I write M/M romance, often with added mystery, fantasy, historical, SciFi, paranormal… I also have Young Adult short stories (some released under the pen name Kira Harp.) After decades of writing just for fun, my husband convinced me I really should submit something, somewhere. My first professionally published book, Life Lessons, came out from MLR Press in May 2011. I now have a good-sized backlist in ebooks and print, both free and professionally published, including Amazon bestseller The Rebuilding Year and Rainbow Award Best Mystery-Thriller Tracefinder: Contact. A complete list with links can be found on my website “Books” page at https://kajeharper.com/books/.