Friday, September 25, 2015


~ Released September 25, 2015 ~
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Doc Jacobi, a Civil War veteran surgeon, travels the territory serving medical assistance to towns between the Noel mountain range and Sessions River Indian territory. Along the way, the doc and his trusty Appaloosa named Bell encounter thieves, murderers and hustlers. In Black Knife, the Doc and Bell face two killers, renegade Indians and a rogue marshal. 

About the cover from the author:
"I like them. Very eye catching. Again a great job!"
--Henry P. Gravelle


~ Released September 22, 2015 ~
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Julie Ayer's freshman year of high school ended horribly. Now Marcus Campbell must try to convince her to return to Seras to learn the secrets of Seras from the mysterious immortal, Redderick Bobo. Going back to Seras is the last thing on Julie's mind. She wants no part of Seras, or her teacher. What secrets does Redderick Bobo have to tell? Who were the Elders known as "The Five Lions of God"? Why is Julie Ayers the chosen savior of Seras? 

Only returning to the dreaded dimension will answer these questions and more for Julie. Can she bring herself to forgive Marcus, and return to Seras? The future of Seras and Earth depends on it.

About the cover from the author:
"This is great! Thank you so much for all of your work!"
--Joe Evener

Wednesday, September 16, 2015


~ Released September 15, 2015 ~
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Detective Corey Williams is content with his small town Virginia home. Normally, his busiest night is Saturday, but when his best friend’s ex-wife attempts to have him killed, Corey gives his promise to ensure justice is served. Meeting a red-haired, Harley riding goddess has thrown a wrench in his quiet staid life. Only one hiccup in this situation; the goddess is a reporter. When the ex-wife of his friend flees the country, the reporter makes sure she is right behind Detective Williams. He is oath bound to bring the fugitive ex-wife back for trial. What he hadn’t counted on was falling for the Harley riding reporter.

About the cover from the author:
"Again you have made magic. This is brilliant. Thank you."
C.L. Kraemer 

Front cover created using original artwork 
from the mother of C.L. Kraemer.

Saturday, September 12, 2015


Released September 8, 2015

Marielle, single, restless and thirty-something is looking for a man. Can love compete with Fate? The problem is the man she desperately wants and needs is not interested in her. He was once, but ten years ago she threw away their chance of happiness. Together again, Marielle and Peter discover how they have both changed and how much they have in common. Their attraction for each other is intensified, but can their love be rekindled? Can they risk everything for love? Affairs of the heart prove to be no match for the darker powers of Fate as Marielle’s very survival hangs in the balance.

About the cover from the author:
"Love the pretty, dreamy cover. Great working with you..."
--Alicia Stone

Tuesday, September 1, 2015


~ Released September 1, 2015 ~

Is Allan Vickery alive or dead?

After being hit on the head by a golf ball, Vic himself isn't certain. It turns out he's comatose and what he learns while unconscious is life-changing when he awakens.

A man in mid-life crisis...

Struggling to keep his faltering marriage alive while attempting to become a recognized painter and still succeed at teaching high school art, his new ability becomes a volatile accelerant for issues that merely smoldered in the past.

In the resulting inferno...

Vic finds passion in the arms of a lover and riches in the world of high-stakes golf matches. Whether you know the game or not, you will be gripped by Vic's quest to answer the question...

How do you endure getting everything you wished for?

About the cover from the author:

"I can't tell you how happy I am with all you have done...As I told you up front, as soon as I went to your web site and looked at your work, I knew that with or without my input (because I didn't know you then to be so receptive to my ideas), you would come up with a socko cover. Well, you knocked it out of the park, Genene. Thank you so much for what you've done for me and my novel."

--Christopher Werkman