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Suzanne Redfearn

February 1, 2016

Born and raised on the east coast, author Suzanne Redfearn moved to California at the age of fifteen. After graduating summa cum laude from California Polytechnic University, she worked as an architect, specializing in residential and commercial design, before pursuing her dreams of being an author.

Published in October of 2013, Redfearn’s first novel, Hush Little Baby, is a gripping page-turner about a determined mother’s fight to rescue her children from her violent husband.

Redfearn’s upcoming novel, No Ordinary Life, which will be released on February 2nd, tells the story of a young mother’s quest to protect her children from the dangerous world of Hollywood. Suspenseful and unforgettably moving, No Ordinary Life explores the unbreakable bonds of family and the astounding devotion of a mother’s love. READ MORE

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Stuart Thaman

April 15, 2015
Stuart Thaman Death of a King

Back in May of 2014, we met Stuart Thaman, author of Vatican Massacre, a work of religious fiction that topped Amazon’s bestseller lists, and The Goblin Wars Part One: Siege of Talonrend, a fantasy novel that explored the classic conflict of man versus beast from a unique perspective. A graduate of Hillsdale College and a resident of Cincinnati, where he teaches German for the Diocese of Covington, Thaman has been writing for as long as he can remember.

In August of 2014, he released the dark psychological thriller For We Are Many, and in March of 2015, he released the second installment in the Goblin Wars series, Death of a King, in which the citizens of Talonrend take to the road in search of their ancestral home as the threat of war bears down upon them.

To learn more about Thaman and his books, visit him online at www.stuartthamanbooks.com. READ MORE

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Thomas Russell

January 22, 2015

Every day, one in four students is bullied. According to an American Justice Department survey, 160,000 students miss school each day out of fear of being bullied, and one in ten teens drop out of school completely due to repeated bullying. Against the backdrop of this increasingly-important issue, author Thomas Russell’s Finding Your True North: A Bullied Teen’s Journey of Hope depicts the life of an oppressed teen who learns life-changing, soul-searching lessons from the residents of an unfamilar town.

Formerly a freelance writer and the editor of RV Trade Digest, Russell is now a mentor for Five Star Life, an organization that teaches values to middle school children. Inspired by the issues these children were encountering on a daily basis and seeking to make a difference in the lives of bullied children around the world, Russell wrote his book over the course of four months and had it published in August of 2014. READ MORE