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Comment by Lynelle Clark 22 hours ago

WDA Publishing has several good books now available on Amazon. Go and see for yourself. There is something for every avid reader. Thanks for all the support.

Remember to leave a review when you are done.

#Support #Amazon #Createspace #Buy

SAMSON – Young adult


MANSCAPES – Women’s Fiction


STARCROSSED – Young Adult Romance


VALENTINE IN LOVE - Contemporary Romance


Message to a Blackman in Africa – non fiction


Belonging (the feud) – Thriller


Sweet Sorrow – Literature Fiction


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Comment by Olivia Roach 22 hours ago
Check out my book review of Windcatcher by Jeff Altabef and his sixteen year old daughter, Erynn Altabef!

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Comment by Kristin Ravelle on Friday

Be careful what you cast a spell for, you might get it! Sabina casts an archaic love spell she obtains from the Celandrium with unexpected results. Paranormal novelette.

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Comment by Irina Shapiro on Friday

An exciting new release in the time-travel genre.  The Passage is Book one of the Wonderland Series.

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Comment by Michael Phelps on Friday


DAVID JANSSEN, a Hollywood icon, fist captured the hearts of women, young and old, as the suave, debonaire "RICHARD DIAMOND-Private Detective" (CBS, 1957-1960).  Then, in September of 1963, he was catipulted to International fame as "THE FUGITIVE". Over a career spanning 34 years, DAVID JANSSEN made Forty-four Feature films, 20 Made-for-Television Movies and Starred in four Television series.  In the early morning hours of Wednesday, 13 February 1980, he succumbed to a massive heart attack at his Malibu, CA home.

In celebration of his BIRTHDAY, DAVID JANSSEN-Our Conversations, Volume One-The Early Years (1965-1972) and Volume Two-The Final Years (1973-1980) are offered at a SPECIAL BIRTHDAY SALE, EXCLUSIVELY at

Both Volumes at: $20.05 (Includes U. S. S&H) - YOU SAVE: $11.93!


SALE BEGINS:   12:01 AM (EST), FRIDAY, 27 March 2015

SALE ENDS:      12:00 AM (EST) TUESDAY, 31 March 2015.

If you wish signed copies, please note how you want the inscription to read in the PayPal comment box.

ACTOR LES LANNOM, a close friend and Co-Star with David in six episodes of "HARRY O" and in Episode 12 of "CENTENNIAL"  has this to say:

    "I would urge anyone who enjoyed David Janssen's work to buy and read Michael Phelps' biographical journey into David's inner thoughts . . . thoughts that were shared with only a few of his most trusted friends.  Through a chance meeting on the Internet, I became aware of Michael's two volume memoir chronicling a friendship that lasted from 1965 to 1980.  I ordered the two books, not quite knowing what to expect. Upon reading them I immediately was impressed with his keen memory of David's character and the rhythm of his speech. Having known David since our meeting on the set of the pilot for "Harry O." in January of 1972, and having been his friend since 1974, when we filmed the first episode of "Harry O."  I can say that reading the memoirs was very like being there and sharing in the conversations.  If you remember and liked David Janssen, it's an experience you won't want to miss." - - - LES LANNOM, ("Lester Hodges" in "Harry O.")

Award winning Singer and Sonwriter CAROL CONNORS, one of David's last true loves, wrote this in her Forward to Volume Two:

    "My former lover, David Janssen, was the most sensitive, passionate man I knew.  Michael Phelps, in his books David Janssen-Our Conversations shares David's passions and sensitivity with the world." - - - CAROL CONNORS.

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Contemporary Women's Fiction For Review

Royal Entertainment
By Marni Fechter
Publisher: She Writes Press
Published: May 2014
ISBN: 978-1938314520
ASIN: B00JE7B838
Genre: contemporary women's fiction, chick lit
Formats Available For Review: pdf, ebook

When bleeding heart Melody Frank blows the whistle on her boss, she gets fired from her social services job, and no one else in the field will touch her. Enter the fabulous Charles Ribbon, premier party producer for New York’s rich and famous. Charles’s assistant is out of commission, and he wants Melody to start working for him at Royal Entertainment right away.

Melody accepts the offer, and she is suddenly propelled from working with disabled children from low-income families to planning parties for New York’s wealthiest elite. She soon proves that she has a talent for saving the day in this new world—but can she save herself?

For review copeis contact:

Marni Fechter

Comment by Lynelle Clark on Friday

Sweet Sorrow by Wairimu Mwangi. Enter the contest.
About the author:
Wairimu Mwangi is a brilliant young Author, well-known in her Native Kenya for her books directed at young children and adolescents. Wairimu is a Journalist by profession; she started writing at a very young age encouraged by her Father, and hasn't stopped since.
She is deeply committed to spreading the love of books and learning through out her community, and is engaged in starting a Foundation promoting African Literature and literacy.


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