Action Packed thriller. Suffering from The Walking Dead Withdrawals? This will satisfy your craving.

Action Packed thriller. Suffering from The Walking Dead Withdrawals? This will satisfy your craving.

The Forever Man Paperback – February 12, 2014
by Xavier Moore (Author)


And then things are really going to get bad . . . for Willie has just inherited that which
all but angels crave—immortality. Now, hunted by a cadre of superhuman assassins,
he must choose whether to protect a troubled and targeted thirteen-year-old
mother-to-be or his own extended life.

Willie never wanted to live forever . . . but is he prepared to die—today?

Castles, Monasteries, Spirits and Magic!

Castles, Monasteries, Spirits and Magic!

Spirit Summoner (The Chosen of the Light) [Kindle Edition]

Darr has the ability to hear the disembodied voices of the spirits. Unfortunately, the spirits have nothing useful to say. A young, inexperienced Spirit Summoner, Darr often wonders at the purpose of such a useless ability. When an unnatural fire sweeps through his village, Darr sets out on a mission of self-discovery and curiosity.

As a Spirit Summoner, Darr learns he can enter the spirit realm. There he has access to the elemental magic contained within the Sephirs, legendary artifacts that once promised balance for a world turning towards chaos. Now, the Sephirs’ powers are dwindling since their untimely disappearance, and Darr is at the center of the quest to find and recover them. Suddenly, Darr’s curiosity is a whirlpool threatening to drown him, but his compulsion to see things through locks him into a journey attracted to disaster.

For the Sephirs do more than restrain the primal forces of magic. The Devoid, an evil long caged and hungry, has begun to loosen the bars of its prison. If the Sephirs fail, the Devoid will escape and feed on the Light of the living until nothing remains.

And the Devoid knows Darr’s lack of confidence is the key needed to free itself completely.

Ladies and Gentlemen May I Introduce You to Robin Tidwell



Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Robin graduated from Parkway Central at the end of her junior year and went on to college… five times. Nearly 30 years later, on a whim, she looked over her transcripts and re-enrolled, completing not quite sixty hours of credit in just over one calendar year. Her degree, from Columbia College, is a combined major of psychology, sociology, and criminal justice.Robin’s writing career began at the age of eight, when her grandmother insisted she read Gone With the Wind before taking her to see the movie. Inspired by Margaret Mitchell, she began scribbling little booklets of stories, and was the editor of her elementary school newspaper and a columnist in high school. She submitted a short story to Seventeen magazine and was promptly rejected, but still keeps a copy of the manuscript in her desk.

Robin has worked as a snack bar cook, a salad prepper, a camp counselor, a waitress, a receptionist, a housekeeper, a freelancer, an editor, and an  employment consultant and manager. She’s also been in car sales, skin care sales, cookware sales, advertising sales, and MLM. She’s owned and operated an entrepreneurial conglomerate, a cleaning service, an old-time photography studio, a bookstore, and a publishing house.Six years ago, Robin and her husband Dennis moved back to St. Louis, after many years in Columbia, Sedalia, Colorado Springs, Durango, and Granbury and Tolar, Texas. They live with their youngest son, a dog, a cat, and a new puppy.

About the Books

The idea for REDUCED was the result of a late-night snack of chips and salsa, and the subsequent vivid dream of a woman in a convenience store who was  cornered by a few rowdy 20-somethings. Since it was three in the morning, there was no way that the story was going to be written down then, but come sunrise, the dream was still clear and the novel began to take shape.The characters are loosely based on people who Robin knew well over the years, going back several decades, and some of whom she still sees on a regular basis. The setting, as seen below, is indeed a very real place, one with which Robin is very familiar.

The story continues in REUSED, and goes further in RECYCLED. There was no real intent to create a trilogy or, perhaps, a longer series, but sometimes a project does indeed take on a life of its own.

The books aren’t sugar-coated. People die, but not gruesomely. Some live to fight another day. Some are REUSED. Some are RECYCLED. But mostly, in the beginning, the population is REDUCED.

Contact Information

Robin can be reached via email, or by phone at 314-825-6860

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Ladies and Gentlemen May I Introduce You to Candace Carrabus Rice

Candance Carrabus Rice

Candance Carrabus Rice

I  have written stories and ridden horses–frequently simultaneously–for as long as I can remember. I grew up on Long Island and spent my formative years in the saddle–just imagining. When not riding, you could find me hanging with the barn cat. After high school, I traveled to Ness, England and studied at a British Horse Society training school. This was an all-around amazing experience. When I left, I clutched a certification to teach riding in my hot little hand, and I enjoyed instructing riders for many years.

Who am I kidding? We know it is the horses who do the teaching. All we can do is try to remain open to what they have to say.

Now, I share a farm in Missouri with my family, and three dogs and five cats, but I have only one horse these days. Remi’s a Trakehner-thoroughbred-quarter horse cross, born on the farm and as easy a keeper and good minded as they get. We board him at a terrific place nearby.

After moving to St. Louis, I pursued my love of the language while continuing to teach riding and compete in local horse shows. I earned my BGS (Bachelor of General Studies–the custom-design-your-own-degree-program-for ‘non-traditional’-students) and Writing Certificate from the University of Missouri St. Louis and write short and long fiction, essays…sometimes, and dabble in poetry.

Not surprisingly, my stories are infused with the mystery and spirituality horses have brought to my life. Dogs and cats are usually around, too. A portion of my profits is donated to animal shelters.

” . . . she’s a very good writer, very level-headed, with all the right expectations and professional patience, who can write in both the  fantasy and the romance fields.” — Philip Martin, author/editor of The Writer’s Guide to Fantasy Literature.

My philosophy, in brief :: (No, not in briefs, but that’s a nice image, thank you very much.)

We are all immigrants in spirit, with our minds, hearts, and souls being the final frontier. This is what happens to all my main characters–whether by choice or accident or design–they go somewhere else.

They immigrate.

At first, this change is external–physical.  Over time, their journeys lead to a place of discovery and growth that is within each individual alone.  The final frontier to which we all can go.

Why don’t you hop on and come along for the ride?

Awards and such

Raver — Book One of the Horsecaller
First place, Sci-Fi/Fantasy novel, Oklahoma Writers Federation, 2003
First place, Paranormal, Toronto Romance Writers, 2005

Winterlight (now known as On the Buckle)
Third place, Single Title Contemporary, Toronto Romance Writers, 2005

A Farmer at Last
Second place, Essay, Oklahoma Writers’ Federation, 2003

Third place, Poetry Unrhymed Short, Oklahoma Writers’ Federation, 2003


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Take a journey within a dream and follow it to the land of Bison, and the Lakota!

Take a journey within a dream and follow it through to the land of Bison, and the Lakota!

The Girl Who Sang to the Buffalo: A Child, an Elder, and the Light from an Ancient Sky [Kindle Edition]

A haunting dream that will not relent pulls author Kent Nerburn back into the hidden world of Native America, where dreams have meaning, animals are teachers, and the “old ones” still have powers beyond our understanding. In this moving narrative, we travel through the lands of the Lakota and the Ojibwe, where we encounter a strange little girl with an unnerving connection to the past, a forgotten asylum that history has tried to hide, and the complex, unforgettable characters we have come to know from Neither Wolf nor Dog and The Wolf at Twilight. Part history, part mystery, part spiritual journey and teaching story, The Girl Who Sang to the Buffalo is filled with the profound insight into humanity and Native American culture we have come to expect from Nerburn’s journeys. As the American Indian College Fund has stated, once you have encountered Nerburn’s stirring evocations of America’s high plains and incisive insights into the human heart, “you can never look at the world, or at people, the same way again.”