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Glenn A. Bruce

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Author Glenn A. Bruce, MFA, is an award-winning writer-director who began his career in Hollywood, where he wrote the hit movie Kickboxer as well as episodes of Walker: Texas Ranger, Baywatch, plus many more. He’s had over fifty short stories and essays published internationally, and recently completed his 25th novel. Glenn taught screenwriting at Appalachian State University for over a dozen years, and recently returned to his home state to once again be a Florida Man.
 

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Watch for the newly revised second edition of the crime thriller, THE MAN, to release in the fall of 2021.

He thought he was free to leave his old life behind, but The Man receives a clear message that his old “friends” have found him and will do anything to get revenge—even kidnap his daughter or murder his wife.

He left it all behind, tied it up “neat and clean”—or at least he thought he had—but The Man’s family is torn apart by a violent past that has finally caught up to him. Someone has decoded what went wrong ten years ago, and they seek retribution of the worst kind.

EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS a Mob story with more twists and turns than a Coney Island rollercoaster, taking us deep inside the workings of a New York family, two generations of cold killers who seek vengeance on anyone who crosses them—even if it takes a lifetime.

Kent Swarts

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Kent Swarts was an aerospace engineer for 46 years, and is now an astronomer. He has edited the Central Texas Astronomical Society’s newsletter for 15 years. He’s published in six sci-fi and dystopian anthologies. Now retired, he finds retirement more demanding than any job he’s had. He lives in Waco, Texas with his wife and dog, and when not writing, he reads or goes golfing. Engineering has influenced his writing, particularly pertaining to characters and to penning sci-fi.

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Watch for THE PISA AFFAIR, a new spy thriller, to release in the summer of 2021.

Vague clues from the theft of fissionable material lead an international contingent of spies to ferret out one person, known to them only as MB.

Reed Walker, a CIA agent in Pisa, Italy, receives photos of two autos passing a train, and is told that terrorists attacked the train, carrying fissionable material, and killed all the guards. The images reveal nothing, but he learns there may be a mole in the CIA.

In the course of his investigation, he uncovers five possible moles. Then the killing starts.

Reed now races against time as international agents continue to fall. He sets up a snare and closes in, but has he really found MB? What will the collateral damage be? Will Reed Walker ever be accepted again by his fellow spies? Will his newfound love survive?
 
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Watch for the next segment in the “Denny McConnell PI” series of private detective/murder mystery novels to release in late 2021 or early 2022.

Details coming soon, so please stay tuned….

Michael Golvach

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Ever since I was able to read, I’ve had a book (or a comic book in the early days) in my hands or on my person. I grew up in a non-digital age, in a home with one telephone that everyone shared, one television that no one watched, and in which movies were a luxury. Aside from radio theatre, books were my best non-human friends.

My love of reading never died. When I was 8 years old, I drew my first series of comic books. They were terrible, but I still love them. To me, they represent the moment the wise-old-man inside my little boy’s head finally made me aware that I loved to create.

As it turned out, I enjoyed writing much more than I enjoyed drawing, but I’ve spent most of my life doing some form of creative work. And when not, I’ve worked some boring jobs in very creative ways.

To this day, I love to write and to share my creations with others. I’m the guy who will watch a good movie twenty more times, if it means I get to introduce it to someone else and participate in their joy of discovering something entertaining or valuable. I can’t be quite so intimately participatory with my own writing, but I do love to know that I’ve brightened someone’s day, made them think, feel or—at the very least—provided them with a welcome distraction for a while.

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Watch for Book 4 in the “Payden Beck Crime Thriller” series of noir crime thrillers to release next November, and for a new installment every November until the series culminates with 12 books (current plan).

More details coming soon on Book 4….