Bio: Anne K. Edwards writes what she reads--mysteries. "Death on Delivery" is her second book, the first in the Hannah Clare series. Anne lives on a small farm in southern Pennsylvania with several cats and horses. Her interests other than reading and writing are meeting new people, traveling and talking to other authors.
Anne is a member of Pennwriters.org and reviews books for Ebooksnbytes.com and Reader to Reader.
Jania Yewbanks accepts a delivery for her husband and dies. Her obituary attracts the attention of Hannah Clare, P. I. and starts her on the hunt for a murderer. As Hannah stalks the killer, the killer stalks Hannah.
Twenty authors tell amazing stories about the efforts that went into writing their first book. Christine Amsden ~ "My Million Words of Crap" Darrell Bain ~ "The Story Behind The Pet Plague" Mayra Calvani ~ "Tips on Writing Your First Novel" Lee Denning ~ "Two Beginnings" Ginger Hanson ~ "Ten Lessons I Learned..." Toby Fesler Heathcotte ~ "The Manuscript from a Mystifying Source" Darby Karchut ~ "Wings" Linda Langwith ~ "The Serendipity Factor" Stephanie Osborn ~ "How a Rocket Scientist Bec... more info>>
Shadows Over Paradise is the story of complicated characters intent on achieving their own ends, some heedless of the cost to others. Action and tension blended with a brooding house set on a volcanic island with soaring cliffs and few modern amenities, along with turbulent emotions offer a perfect catalyst for the storm that is about to break over the Mantuan Islands.
Have you ever thought what the world might be like if the present-day vices of society are allowed to continue to run rampant? That is the subject of The Last To Fall, a look at the legacy we leave our children. Civilization as we know it has fallen and the United States has been broken into a series of dictatorships, each with its own army. Death and disease, poverty and starvation, walk hand in hand with greed and madness. Three teenagers seeking a safe haven are caught up in a commune's battl... more info>>
Are you passionate about books? Do you have a talent for easily capturing the essence of a book after having read it? Do you often feel the desire to share your thoughts about a book with readers? If you answered 'Yes' to these questions, then book reviewing can be one of the most satisfying, rewarding activities you'll ever undertake. In fact, book reviewing can become addictive. I started reviewing in 1998. Back then, I wished someone had written a book with all there is to know about book rev... more info>>