Brittany and Nicole Pettibone, who write under the pen name, T.S. Pettibone, are the authors of The Hatred Day Series. Hatred Day, book one, is available online on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Expected publication for Verdict Day, book two, is 2017.
Brittany and Nicole Pettibone were born in California, grew up in Kansas, and these days, live and write in California. On the rare occasion that they break from writing, they enjoy being outdoors, taking their dog on night walks, reading the classics, drinking too much coffee, traveling the world, making friends out of strangers and learning new things—especially when these things are in any way related to architecture, politics, history, geography, foreign languages and cultures, cars, motorcycles, weapons and martial arts.
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This excerpt from my novel Andy the Ninja sets the tone for the novel and introduces one of the main characters, Sora Ikatomo a ninja in training who one day dreams of having her own dojo. But first she must master the trials of the Spider Queen. Read it and buy it here! And if you have questions don’t hesitate to ask me everittfoster at protonmail.com
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George publishes under both Kyra and George Spisak, depending on genre. She’s up too late doing too many things, but usually gets at least one or two things done before passing out with the light still on. Her list of published stories can be found here (https://georgespisak.wordpress.com/updated-list-of-publications/) You can follow George on Gab at gab.ai/SkullyWrites
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So I thought that to promote the release of my third book, Andy the NInja, I would publish the first chapter here on my blog. If you like it I hope you do hop over to Amazon and order it. You can find the link to the book here.
This was a time before the war, before the fear, before the questions. Four young men touched down on the tarmac at Tokyo International Airport. As they expected, customs searched their bags and stamped their passports with friendly smiles. The young men knew about the strict drug laws in Japan, but aside from Porno Bob, none of them needed to worry. Even Bob wasn’t stupid enough to bring anything with him, not even to help his creativity. Spice was enough. And besides, they wanted to spend their student loan money on the best in gaming from Shembuku and Akihabra.
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Matt Margolis is an author I met on Gab. He contacted me about doing an interview to promote his book which he wrote with Mark Noonan called “The Worst President in History: The Legacy of Barack Obama”. The book is available now and after you read what he had to say I think you’ll want to pick up a copy. He Gabs at gab.ai/mattmargolis
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I’ve kinda been a dick about why God-Emperor Trump won on Gab, but I probably should give my readers (which I’ve been shocked to find out I have, thanks Keely and so many others!) some explanation, to my mind at least, as to why Trump really won.
It’s simple. The urbanites think they’re better than us, flyover folk. And they’re not. Never have been. We’re not better than the urbanites either, and we know it, because they keep acting like our Brahmins. But they’re not.
So let’s go down the list of urbanite, costal, legacy media explanations as to why Trump won, or to give a little deference to some, why Hillary lost.
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Marina Fontaine is… not a French tennis player. So let’s not make that mistake, (Thanks Google and FaceBook for your screw-ups). She’s a writer, and Gabber and all around interesting person! Check our her books here on GoodReads, and here on Amazon, and she gabs at gab.ai/mashak99
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