Bio: Greg Nepini began writing novels after he was inspired by the book "On Writing" by Stephen King. He has written two novels including "Jonathan's Tears" and the sequel, "Promise From Eternity".  He is currently working on his third book "The Last Privateer".  His interests include philosophy, the occult, history, astronomy, mathematics, physics, music, physical fitness, and finding time to relax.  He works as an engineer in the aerospace industry and holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees in mechanical engineering (University of Maryland Baltimore County - class of 1992 and University of Maryland College Park - class of 1999).  Greg lives in Maryland with his wife and three children.

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A Promise From Eternity
Jonathan Morris is haunted by visions of his wife's death at the hands of invading British soldiers near the end of the Revolutionary War. He vows to prevent it from happening and sets out on a mission that will bring him face to face with the horrors of war. Amy Morris recounts her husband's fateful journey as she struggles to make sense of what has happened. Promise From Eternity is a story about undying love, the cost of war, and a promise of eternal happiness.
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Annie's Song: A Baseball Story
In 1965 Ronnie Preston was drafted by the Sacramento Angels shortly after he graduated from high school. He played for only half a season in the minors for a team called the Wilson Mets, and then was called up to the show at the age of 18, making him the youngest player in all of the major leagues. His powerful arm soon struck fear into the hearts of hitters throughout the league and a legend was born. During his nearly twenty-three year career, Ronnie Preston won an unprecedented seven Cy Y... more info>>
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Jonathan's Tears
Legend has it that Moll Dyer was accused of witchcraft and burned out of her house on a cold winter night by an angry mob. A young boy found her alone in the woods a few days later, frozen to death and kneeling on a stone. Her ghost is said to be a malevolent spirit that walks the land to this day and causes misfortune for anyone who happens upon her. What if the story behind the legend is wrong? Jonathan's Tears offers another possibility for how the legend came to be. It is the touching ... more info>>
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