Lane R. Warenski, Grizzly Killer Pt 2

by Maricel Alcantara

 
Grizzly Killer by Lane R. Warenski

 Xlibris Publishing returns with Lane R. Warenski, Grizzly Killer: The Making of a Mountain Man.   This first book sat on the shelf for nearly three years before it was published. I didn’t even know where to start. I found I enjoyed writing so much I wrote a sequel to it before I ever really […]

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Lane R. Warenski, Grizzly Killer

by Maricel Alcantara

 
Grizzly Killer by Lane R. Warenski

 It is Xlibris Publishing’s honor and pleasure to introduce Lane R. Warenski, author of Grizzly Killer: The Making of a Mountain Man.   My first novel Grizzly Killer: The Making of a Mountain Man, is the story of young Zach Connors in the mid 1820’s going to the Rocky Mountains with his father. After he […]

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Tracey Lee, What Remains Pt 2

by Maricel Alcantara

 
Tracey Lee, What Remains

 Xlibris Publishing returns with Tracey Lee, author of What Remains.   One Message for Readers I hope that readers of my book will come to understand that our pasts, the best and messiest bits, are a part of what shapes us. We don’t have to be crushed or diminished by whatever we discover about our […]

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Tracey Lee, What Remains

by Maricel Alcantara

 
Tracey Lee, What Remains

 Xlibris Publishing is very proud to present Tracey Lee, author of What Remains.   Briefly Describe Your Book My book is called What Remains. The protagonist is Lily O’Hara, a young woman in her twenties, who is a curator and historian. She lives in a rural area near the Australian capital, Canberra. She is content […]

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Eric Weidler, The Little Farm in the Big Valley

by Maricel Alcantara

 
The Little Farm in the Big Valley

 Xlibris Publishing shares an article about Eric Weidler, and his book The Little Farm in the Big Valley. Book Synopsis: First there was Little House, then there was Little Farm. Laura Ingalls Wilder’s saga continues into the twentieth century with The Little Farm in the Big Valley: a story for baby boomers and other generations […]

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