Friday, November 17, 2017

The Men from Great Lakes Book Bash

This year I decided I was going to make an extra effort to meet the male authors at this event.  I have mostly read books written by females and after reading a series by Eric Asher, who is now one of my all time favorite authors, I wanted to make sure I didn't miss out on what the gentlemen had to offer, so this post is dedicated to the men of GLBB.

Author Donald Levin
He has written 4 books in his Martin Preuss Series, with Forgotten Child being his most recent release.  It's a suspense/mystery with Detective Martin Preuss on each case.  I haven't read them YET, butbI did purchase 2 of them to add to my ever growing TBR list.  I was told by a friend that they are amazing, so I look forward to reading them.  Donald is also working on a 5th book for this series.

To follow Donald Levin, please go to his website or Facebook page.

Author Jimmy Leonard
I approached this author knowing this was his first book and said, "Sell me your book."  LOL  He was on it.  He only said one or two sentences and I knew this was my type of book.  2 brothers, Heaven and Hell...yep that's all I'm going to tell you.  It sounds fantastic!  The Evangelist In Hell is the first book in what I am sure will be a great series.  To read the blurb head over to Goodreads and to follow this up and coming author head over to Facebook.

Mark Love

Mystery and Thriller writer, he is a native of Michigan near Detroit.  With crime being quite prevalent in larger cities, he found inspiration for many of his books.  His Jamie Richmond Mystery series has a fiesty leading lady, which is exactly why I had to have these books.  His latest release is Why 319? is the first book in his new series about a serial killer loose in Detroit.  Of course there is much more to the story, so check it out on Amazon and follow Mark on Goodreads.

Will Farell
This little man was meant to be in the Indie Community.  Not only did he sign my book, but he took photos for authors and helped out in so many ways.  The book Wisdom of Webeaux is based on many things Will has said and Meg Farell being so awesome put it into a book full of humor and hilarious illustrations by Susan Smith of Funky Book Designs.  This book reminds me of my sons when they were younger and honestly I couldn't help but chuckle all the way through.  

1 comment:

  1. Such an awesome post! Thank you for being you, Tina. You're such a light in this community <3