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  • 29 Jan 2014 9:09 PM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)
    Village of the Full Moon Curse, a novel about a cursed werewolf embarking on a dangerous quest to save the woman he loves from the hands of an aged powerful vampire. He recieves unexpected assistance from two outsiders who help to save the entire village of Circa, Alaska from the hands of evil vampire minions. Village of the Full Moon Curse is exciting vampire/werewolf fiction providing romance for Twighlight fans, suspense and drama for Vampire Diaries readers, shooting action for Van Helsing enthusiasts, and werewolf/vampire battles for the Underworld movie goers, along with sarcasm and witty humor.
  • 17 Jan 2014 12:25 PM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)
    Society has collapsed and constitutional government is but a dim memory. Those in power reek of corruption and perversion. The world envisioned by Orwell took almost fifty more years to come to pass than he predicted and it is far worse than he ever imagined. A new third sex has emerged, physically powerful, beautiful in their own way and filled with lust. From behind the scenes they control the processes of the government to fulfill the desires of the Primecon and ensure that the continuum of control stays in power through the manipulation of the masses utilizing designed untruths called 'constructs'. These are then forced onto the sheeple through the ComOrgs and the Clean Crews who ensure that nobody lasts who is in opposition as those that do are taken to labor camps...welcome to 2037.
  • 10 Jan 2014 7:46 AM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)
    Bessie the Amazing Cow is a delightful story for the young and young at heart. Readers will be captured by Bessie and Donna Mae's friendship as they learn about one another and what matters most on an adventure through the meadow. Everyone has special talents to contribute to make the world a better place. Bessie discovers hers, giving her confidence to be herself.
  • 04 Nov 2013 5:37 PM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)

    Beer on the Last Frontier is the first book ever written that focuses exclusively on the craft breweries and brewpubs of Alaska. It is an exploration of and guide to the numerous craft breweries of The Great Land and the exceptional beers they are brewing. Volume I covers the breweries of the Kenai Peninsula and Kodiak Island. Volume II will cover Anchorage, Fairbanks, and all points in between. Volume III will cover Southeast Alaska. This book is not intended to be a stand-alone guidebook to Alaska. Rather, it should be viewed as a guidebook specifically for the craft beer lover, one which will enable any visitor or tourist who is particularly interested in experiencing craft beer in Alaska to do so most effectively.

    This volume, The Kenai Peninsula and Kodiak Island Breweries, covers the four breweries and two brewpubs located in these two regions of Alaska in detail. Profusely illustrated with color photographs and containing interviews with the brewers, it also provides detailed information to aid the visitor to Alaska, such as driving directions, operating hours, as well as beer lists and tasting notes for each of the craft breweries. Besides detailed information on each of the breweries, the book also offers suggestions on bars, restaurants, and liquor stores in the regions which offer good selections of craft beers from the 49th state.

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  • 19 Sep 2013 3:55 PM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)
    Listeners of Alaska Outdoor Radio Magazine turned up the volume just a little as Evan ended his show with "And now before we close the show, there's just time for one last cast." One Last Cast is the collection of 120 of listeners' favorite one last casts. It's more than fishing Alaska. It's flying with Charlie's pilot, an early-morning walk on a deserted Kachemak Bay beach, digging clams, pulling crab and shrimp pots, taking pictures, keeping a campfire going, and watching and interacting with Alaska's wildlife. Sometimes it's doing nothing -- taking time to just sit, relax, and enjoy the surroundings, breathing air so pure you can't see it, listening to the deafening silence of a still night, or feeling the immense size of wilderness on a clear day with unlimited visibility. One Last Cast is the genuine Alaska outdoor experience.
  • 19 Sep 2013 3:54 PM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)
    Publication Consultants specializes in publishing the works of writers worldwide. We've been in the publishing business since 1978. We're not only publishers, we're writers, and know many problems confronting writers. How to solve those problems and bring writer's work to market is our business. We welcome this opportunity to become acquainted with you and your work.

    Publication Consultants produces books and publications of any size, number of pages, and variety of binding and covers. We think there is more to book publishing than just putting ink on paper. Our services include design, typesetting, printing, binding, eBook conversion, and all necessary steps to publish your book, both as a printed book and an eBook. We take your book from conception to completion and bring your work to market with one of five different programs.
  • 19 Sep 2013 3:51 PM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)
    Description: Becoming a published author is a daunting experience. Bringing and keeping a book before potential readers is a challenging and taxing undertaking. Almost everyone has dreamed about writing a bookundefinedbut few there are that have what it takes to do it. Becoming a Published Author is a book written by those who have done itundefinedwho had a vision of being a published author and had what it took to make it happen. These are stories from authors about their writing and publishing journey from the beginning of their idea to the thrill of their first book signingundefinedand beyond. Becoming a Published Author includes thoughts, insights, and the emotional highs and lows of becoming an author and marketing a book.
  • 22 Jul 2013 9:08 AM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)
    Enter the realm of a serial killer; share his thoughts, his emotions, his pain, and his need to assassinate. Walter Eloy Goe, an ordinary factory worker, obsessing over the mistreatment of victims by the courts becomes a vigilante for justice. Appalled by adjudicators coddling criminals under the guise of civil rights, Walter factors himself in as a lethal consequence for depraved individuals walking out of court with a slap-on-the-wrist as punishment for heinous crimes. He has no particular skill-sets qualifying him to fight crime. He relies on cunning, isolation, and his hunting and tracking skills to take down targets and bring about his form of justice. A kaleidoscope of dreams and apparitions thrusts Walter into a nightmarish world where the lines of good and evil are discernible. When applying justice he finds right and wrong interchangeable; body count is his only measure of success.
  • 16 Jul 2013 9:02 AM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)
    Manak-na's Story, 75,000 BC (June 2013) is the second novel in the Winds of Change series on the Peopling of the Americas. In this book Manak-na travels from the China/Mongolia area to Mexico by boat and returns. Read the book to see whether he can keep his word to his wife that this adventure will be the only one. To the mix of early man, the Denisovans are added. The book contains a bibliography.
  • 16 Jul 2013 9:01 AM | Bill Columbus (Administrator)
    Ki'ti's Story, 75,000 BC (August 2102) is the first novel in the Winds of Change series on the Peopling of the Americas. It is a coming of age story of the People's Wise One (storykeeper/storyteller). It takes place mostly in the area of southern China. The People are Neanderthals and they interact with Homo erectus and Cro-magnons. The novel contains a bibliography. Ki'ti's Story, 75,000 BC was awarded first place for fiction for 2013 by the Alaska Professional Communicators.
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