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  • Chocolate Chocolate Moons
      by Jackie Kingon
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    Officially rated 4 out of 4!
    View official review by Silvermoon - Published January 17, 2017

    Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
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    About the Author: "Jackie Kingon has published two articles in the New York Times: A feature piece about her experiences teaching in an inner city school called A Year in the Trenches and Beautiful Music, about her son diagnosed with autism who is currently a pianist for the Alvin Ailey Ballet Company and school. Other non fiction articles have appeared in journals for autism and learning disabilities. Her first book, Chocolate Chocolate Moons was called “delightful” by Kirkus Review and “hard to resist,” by the San Francisco Book Review. Short stories have been published in Flying Island Press-Pieces of Eight, The Fringe Magazine and Static Movement Magazine. She has a Masters degree from Columbia University Teachers College in New York City; a Bachelor of Arts from Lesley University in Cambridge, Mass and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from The School of Visual Arts in New York City where she won the outstanding student award. She has been a member of the board of the Empire State Plaza Art Commission in Albany, NY and on the board of the Friends of Vassar College Art Museum. Jackie Kingon lives with her husband in New York City."

  • In the Light of the Full Cold Moon
      by Susan Elizabeth Girard
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    Officially rated 4 out of 4!
    View official review by Silvermoon - Published December 31, 2016

    Genre: Other Fiction
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    About the Author: "Rev. Sue is a New Thought Metaphysician, Interfaith Minister, Priestess, and Empath who grew up and lives in the Pacific Northwest in Coast Salish Territory with the Squamish Nation and the Shishalh First Nations. She is a Lightworker, a Peacekeeper, an Environmentalist, a Humanitarian, and a Spiritual Intuitive. She lives the philosophy of peace, love, joy and harmony with nature in her daily life. Sue surrounds herself with family and friends and routinely practices her Spiritual walk within her Community, sharing her magical, mystical energy with whomever she meets. She and her little rescue dog ‘Becca Marie’ go for their regular walks in the Temperate Rainforest and cherish their life in the Pacific Northwest."

  • Attrition
      by Dwight Daniels
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    Officially rated 4 out of 4!
    View official review by Silvermoon - Published December 23, 2016

    Genre: Other Fiction
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    About the Author: "Dwight B. Daniels is a Houston, Texas native, where he graduated high school at seventeen. At eighteen he enlisted in the U. S. Navy serving eight years. Living in San Felipe, Texas as a child had its challenges, having no utilities in the house allowed Dwight to spend his time outside playing and reading. He found himself reading books more and more, allowing his creative mind to flourish. While living in Oakland, California, Dwight began writing poems and reciting them at various open mic venues. He would also write poems for friends and family upon request. Studying script writing while in film school has allowed Dwight to further develop his craft."

  • Switched
      by Lenae Colson
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    Officially rated 3 out of 4!
    View official review by Silvermoon - Published December 16, 2016

    Genre: Romance
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    About the Author: "I am just a local girl of a small town. I started writing about two years ago and have written six novels. This is the one my daughter said needs to be published. I have been married 42 years and we were blessed with 3 children and 6 grandchildren."

  • Kidnapping Cameron
      by Mike Scantlebury
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    Officially rated 3 out of 4!
    View official review by Silvermoon - Published November 17, 2016

    Genre: C/T/M/H
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    About the Author: "Mike Scantlebury is the hot new thriller writer from Manchester UK who has been causing a stir with his stories about Melia Hartliss, the gorgeous Secret Agent who likes to work with her friend Mickey to defend the realm, right wrongs and save the world. Britain keeps her busy!"

  • The Unannounced Christmas Visitor
      by Patrick Higgins
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    Officially rated 3 out of 4!
    View official review by Silvermoon - Published November 11, 2016

    Genre: Other Fiction
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    About the Author: "Patrick Higgins is the author of "The Pelican Trees", "Coffee In Manila", "The Unannounced Christmas Visitor" and an award-winning prophetic end times series titled, "Chaos In The Blink Of An Eye." The first four installments have already been released."

  • Collegial Conspiracy
      by Clabe Polk
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    Officially rated 2 out of 4!
    View official review by Silvermoon - Published September 23, 2016

    Genre: C/T/M/H
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    About the Author: "Clabe Polk is into a second career as a writer of fiction. So far, he has written two novels, several short stories, assorted screen plays and has a couple of novels in process. He is a life-long reader with a great variety of life experiences that has led him to write a variety of different types of fiction. Mr. Polk retired after nearly thirty-seven years in professional environmental protection, that included administrative, civil, and criminal law enforcement. Having studied Marine Zoology and natural sciences at the University of South Florida, he has spent most of his life among the woods, waters, fields and farms of Florida and Georgia. He currently lives in Powder Springs, Georgia with his wife, two daughters and the family’s cockerpoo named ‘Annie’."

  • Clueless 101
      by J. Ronald Adair
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    Officially rated 4 out of 4!
    View official review by Silvermoon - Published January 23, 2017

    Genre: Non-Fiction
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    About the Author: "Mr. Adair is a retired IT professional, part-time artist, and writer and book publisher. He was a genuine ‘war baby’ and his lived his adult life traversing the subsequent generations covered in this book. Being introduced to technology while at an early age, he has worked in varied fields from the earliest stages to current technologies. This journey gives him a unique perspective on the interplay of life styles and technology over these years. This book is a summary of years of experience plus the technical challenges that Millennials and their children now face."

  • The Vilcabamba Prophecy
      by Robert Rapoza
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    Officially rated 3 out of 4!
    View official review by Silvermoon - Published September 12, 2016

    Genre: C/T/M/H
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    About the Author: "Born and raised in Southern California, Robert Rapoza began writing his first novel in 2012. The result of these early efforts is his first story THE VISITORS, a novel about Nick Randall, an archeologist on the fringes of the scientific community. Since that time, he has written a second thriller ARCTIC INCURSION, which continues to follow Nick Randall’s exploits. When not writing full length fiction novels, he also enjoys writing short fiction following the characters from his novels along with other original concepts. He is a member of the Southern California Writers Association and the International Thriller Writers Association and enjoys interacting with other local writers. Bob is also actively involved with the online writing critique group ‘YouWriteOn’ where he receives and provides feedback with other authors. The ideas for his stories are drawn from his interest in archeology and science and his love of adventure stories. Bob has always been drawn to these topics and is fascinated by the technology utilized by ancient civilizations. This interest has provided fertile ground for entertaining stories. History is rich with mysteries waiting to be solved and Bob enjoys asking questions about these mysteries and offering ideas about what they might mean. Bob is represented by Mark Gottlieb of the Trident Media Group and is actively seeking to have his first works of fiction published."

  • Apparition Atlas
      by Daniel Diehl & Mark P. Donnelly
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    Officially rated 4 out of 4!
    View official review by Silvermoon - Published August 20, 2016

    Genre: Non-Fiction
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    About the Author: "Mark P. Donnelly - Mark P. Donnelly is an historian, author, screenwriter, duelist, bon vivant, and constant gentleman. He has authored, co-authored or ghost written over 20 titles in several countries and has scripted and/or produced nearly 200 hours of historical television programming. He can frequently be found traveling throughout the north-eastern US giving lectures and presentations at themed events as well as teaching historical swordsmanship and western martial arts. He currently resides in central Pennsylvania where he enjoys life with his wife and family. Daniel Diehl - Daniel Diehl has been an author, writer and investigative historian for thirty-five years. For nearly twenty years Diehl has been involved in writing for publication and documentary television production. Mr. Diehl’s work has won awards from the Houston (Texas) Film Festival, the National Trust for Historic Preservation (US) and the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Arts Foundation. Working alone and as a part of the multi-award winning team of Daniel Diehl and Mark Donnelly, Diehl has produced work in two main categories; trade publication and television documentary scripts. His canon of work includes twenty non-fiction books (which have been translated into ten foreign languages), one previous work of fiction and scripts for more than one hundred and seventy hours of documentary television primarily for A&E Network, The History Channel, History International, Biography Channel and Discovery Network."

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