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Robert M. Levinson -- Historical Fiction Author
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About: One of the most prominent names in the Bible is that of King David, who is a significant spiritual figure in the traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The story of “David and Goliath” has become one of the most recognizable tropes in our culture. The Leper Messiah, by Robert M. Levinson, takes a dark, often mystical walk through the life of this iconic figure. Levinson’s book explores...
Serita Stevens, RN, LNC -- Forensic Nurse
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About: Born in Chicago, Serita (a registered nurse) came out to Los Angles when offered a teaching job at USC. With her master’s in writing (with honors) from Antioch University in London, England, she went on to become well known in the romance and mystery field. As an investigative reporter for CBS (Chicago), she helped discover a hospital in the northern suburb who pretended to heal cancer patients with falsified alternative methods. She has published /produced over 40 books, scripts, adaptations, and teaches writing, as well. In addition, she is a forensic nurse helping attorneys with med mal cases, helping domestic violence victims, as well as sexual assault victims, death investigation, and others. Her work, The Book of Poisons, from Writer's Digest, has helped a number of writers, directors, and producers with their medical, forenisc, poison questions for their stories and used as a consultant on a number of shows.
Roger Higgins author 'Billy Gogan American' and 'Billy Gogan Gone fer Soldier'
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About: Tapping into the hot topic of immigrants, author Roger Higgins’s timely book Billy Gogan, American follows the life of an orphaned Irish child who immigrated to America in 1844. 'I chose this time period because it was really at the cusp of the modern era,' says author Roger Higgins. 'The biggest challenge was staying alive. It was putting food on the table, or in this case in Billy’s mouth. It was having somewhere to live, some shelter.' This riveting historical fiction is told in the first person, which lends an immediacy to the story that will reverberate with readers.
 




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