D. Scott Dickinson is a retired NASA Public Affairs manager at Kennedy Space Center. Starting as a copy boy in the newsroom of U.S. News and World Report magazine, he went on to become a reporter and editor, Peace Corps personnel director and university research fellow. His published works include:
This thrilling suspense novel is merciless, twisted, but absolutely gripping—with a riveting ending that will bowl you over!
Joanne Fisher is a Canadian-Italian-American author with a total of 7 books: 3 steamy romances; 1 historical fiction; 1 travel guide; 1 anthology; and her latest, The Devil of St. Gabriel, her first murder mystery. Additionally, she has written 4 short stories for various Space Coast Writers’ Guild anthologies. Joanne was elected President of the Space Coast Writers’ Guild in April, 2019. She lives in central Florida with her hubby Dan, and dachshunds Wally and Madison.
Cindy has published 6 books, including fiction and poetry with painting and photography. Cindy just finished her term as the Guild president and has served as treasurer and director. She is a past winner of the Don Argo Award and is a contributor to the anthologies. Cindy also is a musician and gardener.
Her repertoire of published books includes:
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Jay Heavner is an award-winning author of seven books, four in the Braddock's Gold Mystery series, and three in the Florida Murder Mystery Novel series. Mr. Heavner has always been a storyteller. It used to get him in trouble when he was young, but now people keep asking him for another. Recently retired, he spends his time between homes in the beautiful West Virginia hills and the flatlands of Florida.
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A powerful and true story comes from the testimony of 12 Serbian POWs. In the turbulence of World War II Germany, hunger for life turns a young POW into a traitor to his countrymen, but love and sacrifice makes him a hero in this elegant tale of defiance by two people in love in the time of horror.
"Everything chimerical that I have heard from a distance has become real, tangible, and so close. - And yet, still so distant. Imponderable. Immaterial. That is music. The heartbeat that nurtures us in our mothers’ wombs. The sounds of birth and death."
The Artisan presents itself as a fictional memoir written in the early 1990s by Timo Tomi to his American son, who has just joined Doctors Without Borders to assist during the conflict in Yugoslavia. Timo, a finish carpenter drafted into the Royal Yugoslav Army in May 1940, is taken prisoner when Yugoslavia collapses. Transported to Germany, he longs to return to his family farm, where his partially disabled father, mother, wife, and new daughter must struggle to manage without him. Only by accepting work - helping to build Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, painting a bread factory, and loading cannon shells onto train cars in a munitions factory - can he hope to get enough food to survive.
While rebuilding the village church’s bell tower, Timo falls in love with the voice of the young teacher, Hanna Gottfried, a former opera star married to an SS colonel serving on the Eastern Front. Surrounded by violence, atrocities, and war crimes, mutual feelings of respect and admiration begin to flourish between the two young people.
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UnabASHed by Disability is the autobiography of a girl who learned how to live with her handicaps, overcome obstacles, and achieve goals. It is a story of hope and encouragement for both the able-bodied and those with disabilities.
Ashley's writing has been included in other anthologies and local publications. She is the Don Argo Award coordinator and a former Space Coast Writers’ Guild board member and is active at her church in Palm Bay, Florida.
Russian Intelligence Officers engaged in a training exercise decide to take advantage of a wealthy American businessman for their monetary gain. They bait him with a beautiful woman who eventually becomes his wife. Little did they know, the American had political aspiration and they now have one of their spies deeply embedded in the middle of American politics. Pillow talk anyone?
Turmoil ensues when a terrorist attack occurs that turns the political landscape between Russia and the United States into total chaos. The result is a story of outrageous fortune, political intrigue and a shift of world power never before contemplated. Who will win when the Russians play The Long Game?
The Long Game is available on amazon.com
Nicholas Taylor is a graduate of the University of Missouri and The George Washington University. He has worked in Aerospace, Military Contracting, and Academia. He has traveled extensively throughout Europe, Asia and the Middle East for work and pleasure. He is currently retired and lives with his wife beachside in Florida.
This is the 12th edition of the best-selling textbook in the field for college and university students. It's part of the successful Shelly Cashman series.
Scott Tilley is the president and founder of the Center for Technology and Society, a professor at Florida Institute of Technology, where he is the Director of the Systems Evolution Lab, president of the Big Data Florida user group, and a Space Coast Writers' Guild Fellow. His recent books include Systems Analysis and Design and Making Technology Work for You.