Ethan "Hutch" Hutchinson hasn't seen his old college pals for nearly a decade. Now fate has brought them together again as one of the gang is put on trial for a brutal, sense murder.
The Chicago police and prosecutor think they have their perp, but Hutch isn't about to sit silently in a courtroom as someone he cares about is wrongfully convicted. When Hutch and his friends join forces to search for the real killer, what they find shatters every notion they have about friendship, loss and redemption... and may very well cost Hutch--and the woman he loves--their lives.
Award-winning and Amazon-bestselling speculative fiction author Camille Picott has been self-publishing since 2008. Over the years, she has garnered much knowledge on the world of indie publishing. This article sheds insight on important aspects of indie publishing—aspects that might not be readily apparent to those just starting. Also included are cost-saving tips that will help authors publish professional products on a budget.
If you’re looking for a leg up in the indie publishing world, Indie Publishing Essentials is for you! Author’s Note: While the Writer’s Toolbox is a how-to series dedicated to helping speculative fiction writers improve their craft, this particular article will benefit anyone interested in indie publishing.
Exciting firsthand account of sailor's life in the 1870s: working the ship in rough weather, pleasures of shore leave, exotic lands and native girls, more. Enhanced with period illustrations of stately clippers, bustling New England harbors and picturesque ports of call.