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Children of the Enemy

Jude St. Onge is a man on the run. He is an addict escaping from Detroit drug kingpin Mitchell Parson.

But Parson never expected to hear “I have your sons.”

Risks for both hostage-takers skyrocket as the two sides square off. Only Ray and Ted can save the endangered children.

Sweat Street

Yuki, a young street girl, witnesses Jack Delgato murder another police officer and an informant. Yuki runs for her life as Delgato relentlessly pursues the only witness to the killing.

She accepts to identify the “suspects” at the police station, which is really unfortunate. If Bonnie was suspicious of Delgato at some point, perhaps she should have considered this before putting Yuki in risk.


Three-Fingered Jack Davis

Three-fingered Jack Davis and Jesse James Hofstetler operate a dope house in Detroit. Several of the addicts overdose and now Jack and Jesse are stuck with a number of dead bodies to deal with.

Looking for refuge they hook up with Marielle, nicknamed Hell, a prostitute who owns a house of ill repute in the neighborhood. Detective Bonnie Benham will start her investigation.

Maggie Elizabeth Harrington

I Live in Two Worlds

Maggie Elizabeth Harrington is the story of a young woman in the 1890s, whose world is a remote northern Michigan mining town, she learns about love when she tries to save a pack of young wolves from a bounty hunter.

A terse historical love story of a young woman’s struggle with environmental and moral issues concerning the slaughter of
wolves, and the church’s condemnation of her love for a young man.

Alpha Wolves

Twenty years later, Maggie Harrington is deeply in love with Jeremy Paull and they become engaged. Maggie feels as if she has found her prince. Strong and protective Jeremy loves her to his core. It appears they are a perfect match and a long and loving marriage lies straight ahead.

Just before the wedding Maggie’s past comes back to haunt her in the form of Tommie Stetter. Maggie and Tommie shared a powerful love.

Her love for both men complicates the simple life she desired at Central Mine.

My Tiny Love Teacher

Arianna was out of the city when she is informed the her beloved kitty Choux is dying just a few days before her twentieth birthday.

Choux had come to Arianna’s life just at the right time, to teach her unconditional love.

My Tiny Love Teacher will make you cry and laugh, will make you reject abuse; and will get you look at your pet in a whole different way. If you don’t have a pet, then you might want to go to a shelter to adopt a Tiny Love Teacher.

The Pool Boy's Beatitude

The Pool Boy’s Beatitude convincingly portrays a life of romance, addiction and entropy, filled with the temptations of drink, drugs and sex, broken with the miseries of ruined relationships, and balanced on the needle of false hope. Somehow through it all the story is hopeful, positive, humorous and oddly enticing.

For the Love of Wolves

The third and final story of the three book trilogy of novels based on the life of Maggie Elizabeth Harrington, who lived in remote Central Mine, Michigan, in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. The historic Maggie Harrington was found frozen in a snowdrift about two hundred feet east of the highway at the intersection of the Central and Eagle Harbor roads. She had been missing for several days. The author dedicates this story to Maggie Elizabeth Harrington, who inspired this iconic character and three stand alone novels titled “Maggie Elizabeth Harrington,” “Alpha Wolves,” and this last one, “For the Love of Wolves.”

In Euphoria

IN EUPHORIA opens in the wake of a freak hurricane-like storm in the middle of Illinois. The power is out and some roads are impassable, but Pauline and Jared manage to meet at the Goodwill Store, one of the few places with light and company. On probation after a first-offense for assault, Jared’s restitution is community service at the Goodwill drop-off dock. Pauline has her own shady business—she tends a small crop of marijuana on the ravine-like acreage surrounding her secluded home on a hill.

Salt of Patriots

It is a story of a place, an industry, and most of all an innocent trust, which no longer exist.These “Cold Warriors” have much to learn about an industry as young as they are. Despite the atomic risk , they attend their dependable jobs with patriotism and pride leavened with uncertainty and suspicion at what exactly they are processing and at what cost. vaunt patriotism and pride leavened with uncertainty and suspicion at what exactly they are doing at this uranium processing plant and at what cost.

At Bobby Trivette's Grave

When you slam the door shut on your boyfriend’s pleas you don’t expect to never see his beautiful face again. A simple silly argument, you expect to get past it. You expect to love, fight, make up and love more. You’re young and there’s plenty of joy to come. But Bobby Trivette meets with a tragic accident in Kentucky’s back hills, and Dru Ann’s future turns to pure free fall. Her grief spiral sets everyone connected to her evaluating the ones they love and the ways they’ve lived in this small town of Paris, Kentucky, forever in the shadow and the spirit of the Cane Ridge Shrine.

All Souls

ALL SOULS begins as Vivian Marker arrives with her seven year-old daughter Lindy in a new Ohio town. As a young widow, Vivian has dedicated her life to raising Lindy, and to the priests for whom she serves as housekeeper in small-town Mt. Healthy — first Father Joachim, and then the younger Father Benedict, once he is assigned to the St. Sebastian parish. Vivian’s vigilance falters as her feelings of self are awakened by Father Benedict’s friendship. Her fantasy of family, however much it is imagined, distracts her at the very time when Lindy, now fourteen, most needs guidance.


LEBO is a young girl in Botswana and is orphaned at the age of six. In her teenage years she contracts abdomen tuberculosis and has a brush with death. While in hospital, Lebo, who for most of her life has felt unwanted and unloved meets Theo, a young man with Niemann-Pick disease and they fall in love. For the first time Lebo feels truly loved. Theo’s cheerful personality, despite his health circumstances, becomes her smile and laughter.
Lebo’s health improves and she is discharged from the hospital. She finds a home in a shelter for women where builds a family with a group of its residents. Theo’s condition, however, gets worse and she struggles to come to terms with the fact he could die soon.

D.J. Swykert

D.J. Swykert is a former 911 operator, and wolf expert, living in Northern Kentucky, USA. His short fiction and poetry has been published in: The Tampa Review, Monarch Review, Sand Canyon Review, Zodiac Review, Scissors and Spackle, spittoon, The Newer York, Barbaric Yawp and BULL.

His novel, Maggie Elizabeth Harrington, won a literary competition with The LitWest Group in Los Angeles in 2002.


Donna D. Vitucci

Donna wrote her first poem in fourth grade, and from there never looked back. Alongside school, marriage and children, she wrote poems and stories, and seriously studied the craft of fiction at the University of Cincinnati when her youngest entered kindergarten.

She earned her Master’s degree in 1990, and has been writing and submitting stories and novels since then.

Monica Paul

Monica is a marketer and a web developer, she shared her marketing skills with IT companies for 20 years.

Then her business Marcomtec evolved into a Web Development company that partnered with The Divine Saga Studios.

Monica spends most of her spare time writing stories, there is where she spills all the fantasy that runs through her wild and irreverent spirit.

Tshegetsang Tebelelo

My name is Tshegetsang Tebelelo, a young lady of 23 years old. I hail from a small country called Botswana (Southern Africa). I am currently a fourth-year student at the University of Botswana pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Counseling.

Writing is my first love and I am grateful to have something that I am profoundly passionate about. I am Tshegetsang and I am a writer.

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