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Author Archive: PeachtreeGlobal

I am a writer. Originally from Tennessee, I now live in Atlanta, GA. History, travel, and international culture are my specialties. Look for my fictional stories, written as Hunter S. Jones. If you love Tudor England, check out PHOENIX RISING a story of magic, secrets, betrayal and revenge based on the last hour of Anne Boleyn's life. Now on Amazon and in a bookstore near you.

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CONDITIONED by CHRISTOPH FISCHER

CONDITIONED by CHRISTOPH FISCHER

Conditioned (Conditions Series 2)  CONDITIONED dives back into the world of gardener Charles, his friends and the state of his mental health – one year on. We meet loner Simon and his battle with the outside world, co-dependent Martha and her abusive husband Clive, neurotic poet Catherine on the verge of getting married, Tony, who finds […]

BINGO! Everyone Wins With JACKPOT RECORDS!

BINGO! Everyone Wins With JACKPOT RECORDS!

Love vinyl? Still got the first 45 you or your dad owned? Well, guess what? it’s your lucky day. Isaac Slusarenko, owner of JackPot Records in Portland, Oregon has been in touch with me and he has some exciting news to share with us. Check this out…it’s the mother lode for vinyl lovers worldwide. Without […]

2016 Todos Santos Writers Workshop

2016 Todos Santos Writers Workshop

Announcing 2016 TODOS SANTOS WRITERS WORKSHOP, January 24-30.   5-day intensive workshops for writers at all levels. Fiction, Non-fiction, and Memoir in a “Pueblo Magico” by the sea. Speakers include Christopher Merrill, Bruce Berger, Viviane Mahieux. Faculty: Gordon Chaplin (memoirist/novelist) Jeanne McCulloch (editor), Rex Weiner (journalist), Jonathan Penner (novelist/short story) plus guest writers, agents, editors, […]

Boys and Girls Keep Swinging (Revisited)

Boys and Girls Keep Swinging (Revisited)

Recently, various whispers have emerged in a few historical fiction groups. What about sexual orientation in the past? How should sexuality be portrayed in fiction? It’s a hot new topic and one which is deserving of our time, since October is LGBT History Month. I am especially interested in this discussion as the next installment of […]

BATS ^^ö^^ A Return to Damnalot

BATS ^^ö^^ A Return to Damnalot

 BATS ^^ö^^ A Return to Damnalot “Jonathan’s horrid singing and guitar playing were joined by one hundred and one horrid violins. The music began to swell— like an arthritic knee. The clan—still holding hands, claws, and butts—swayed together in front of the Vlad’s castle beneath a black rainbow.” Centuries ago, Vlad “The Impaler” Tepes and […]

Mourning and Magic in the Victorian Era

Mourning and Magic in the Victorian Era

  The sun never set on the British Empire during the reign of Queen Victoria. The world had never known a woman to have such a global influence on the cultural standards of her time. She influenced fashions, food, and standards of etiquette. Queen Victoria was seen as a role model of femininity, morality and […]

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The Darkest Hour

The Darkest Hour

The Darkest Hour by Tony Schumacher Blurb: “In this crackling, highly imaginative thriller debut in the vein of W.E.B. Griffin and Philip Kerr, set in German-occupied London at the close of World War II, a hardened, dispirited British detective jeopardizes his own life to save someone else and achieve the impossible—some kind of redemption London, 1946. […]

ROGUE

ROGUE

Blurb: There’s something about evil that I want inside me… By any measure Sean Tyler has the perfect life. He is a rising star in the FBI; he has a fantastic apartment in New Orleans and the pleasure of being one of the sexiest men alive. New Orleans is the ideal city for a man […]

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