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The Argon Factor by Heather Harlow (book tour) Science Fiction

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The Argon Factor by Heather Harlow
Book 1
Susan Caldwell is one of GTS’s Security Development and Design Managers.  She’s new to Boston and this company and was hoping to get a new start, leaving her old life and distrust of men behind.  But now, her life is in danger and she has to depend upon a man to keep her safe.
Christoph Baldric is CEO of GTS and the Argon Earth-based Commander.  His alien race has been living in secret on Earth for centuries, assisting the Earth humans in their maturity and technological advancements in hopes to one day integrate and reveal themselves to the humans.
1. Give us a brief synopsis of your latest work.
I recently published my first book, a sci-fi romance action-adventure.  It tells about the aliens from the planet Argon who've come to our planet looking for a new home.  They're helping the humans on Earth survive themselves.  In the book, there's been a code breach at the high-tech company Susan has just started working for.  People on her t…

538: Murder, Suicide and A Mother's Love by Cheryle Boyle

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538: Murder, Suicide and A Mother’s Love is a faction about family dysfunction and the prevailing love that sustains a mother. Lilly, happily marries and is full of life as she births five beautiful children. Life takes a drastic turn and she finds herself in a place that she never had dreamt of being. The grip of life keeps a tight rein on Lilly as she suffers great loss, but her strength in God and the love for her children push her forward.  There are days that she lives by simply putting one foot in front of the other. The drama that unfolds, at times, is unbelievable. From the eldest child to the youngest, the anxieties are obvious. Lilly finds herself at times unable to interact and is often heard reciting cliché’s, words she lived by, ”When it rains, it pours, A Bird in the Hand is Worth Two in the Bush, It’ll All Come Out in the Wash.”  Lilly is strong, resilient and loyal, and her inner strength causes her to persevere. 



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Star Poets published 4 poems for Patricia Crandall

Star Poets, an affiliate to North Star Publishing, Hermansville, MI, has published four of my poems in the Sept-Oct 2015 issue: 

Diagram, 
Aunt and Uncle, 
Maturity, and
Ethereal Light.

AUTUMN RITUAL, a poem by Patricia Crandall

AUTUMN RITUAL Plum foliage swells upon changing trees. Leaves tumble to the ground in a play of wind, crisping and curling where they fall. Beauty and color reign in a time so fleeting, breathtaking, and sobering for the stark ritual that is to come.