Tuesday, July 25, 2017

A Page from the Past, FREE BOOKS!!, Author Featurette #3

FREE BOOKS! I'm not kidding; they’re still free! 
Slip over to A Page From The Past and see all the great books available. 
Want to know more about our authors?  Here's a brief intro for a few of them.  Watch for more author featurettes next week!

Suzannah Rowntree
When Suzannah Rowntree isn’t travelling the world to help out friends in need, she lives in a big house in rural Australia with her awesome parents and siblings, writing historical fantasy fiction and trying to beat her previous number-of-books-read-in-a-year record.
If you like the fiction of CS Lewis, GK Chesterton, Stephen Lawhead, or ND Wilson, you’ll probably enjoy her stories too.
Mailing list: http://eepurl.com/bh7sEb
Xina Marie Uhl
Xina Marie Uhl spends her days laboring in obscurity as a freelance writer for educational projects and dreaming of ways to scrounge up enough cash to: 1. travel the world, and 2. add to her increasing menagerie of dogs, cats, and other creatures. The rest of the time she writes fantasy, romance, historical fiction, and humor. She is the author of Necropolis, The Ruling Elite and Other Stories (with Janet Loftis) and A Fairy Tail and Out of the Bag.

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Leonard Wibberley
Leonard Wibberley was born in Dublin Ireland, in 1915. When he was nine, his family moved to London. After his father died seven years later, he went to work as a stockroom apprentice for a publisher and later became a reporter.  In 1943, he came to the United States.  While working for the Los Angeles Times, he published his first work, The King's Beard. Three years later he published his most successful book, The Mouse That Roared, which was serialized in The Saturday Evening Post, and later made into a classic film starring Peter Sellers.

Wibberley lived in Hermosa Beach from 1949 until his death in 1983. He wrote over 100 books and 100's of newspaper articles.  Leonard also wrote mysteries, juvenile fiction, historical novels, and non-fiction under the pen names Leonard Holton, Patrick O’Connor, and Christopher Webb.  Most of his works were out of print, but with self-publishing came a chance for his family to republish his books in both print and online.  So far, his family has self-published 26 of his books.  You can check them out his website here: http://leonardwibberley.wixsite.com/author
Again, electric slide on over to A Page From The Past to get these are more books!