Saturday, June 23, 2018

Author line- up for Tuesday 6- 26-18

Posted by Wayne G. Barber

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Rhode Island Author, Claremary P. Sweeney will discuss the " Last Train To Kingston "

On a chill November night, Thea Lorimar arrives on the last train to the small village of Kingston, Rhode Island. She patiently waits, unaware of her killer lurking in the darkness. South Kingstown's Detective Lieutenant Kara Langley is charged with unraveling the clues left behind to discover what brought the victim to this picturesque New England Village. Who would have reason to murder this gentle recluse? Langley and her team are determined to find answers and catch the person responsible for this disquieting death in a town once affectionately known as Little Rest.

Monday, June 18, 2018

Author Line-Up for 6-19-18

Posted by Wayne G. Barber

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K.Eric Crook will discuss his book, Greatest Hits: A Retrospective

n this entertaining and impressive debut collection of poems and other short works, author K. Eric Crook shares his honest and powerful journey of self-discovery as told through thought-provoking pieces that span different reflective and inspirational periods of his life.

Monday, June 11, 2018

Author Line-Up for 6-12-18

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Co-Author Danny Davis will discus his auto-biography  MR.X,

The Life Story of Dangerous Danny Davis

This official wrestling autobiography / young adult literature is the life story of professional wrestling's most famous "bad guy" referee. Dangerous Danny Davis grew up in a poor family during the 1970s near Boston, MA. He came from a broken home that was so small that there wasn't even space enough for him to live there. Taking life to the streets, Danny did whatever he had to do to survive. Stealing, violence, and crime all led him to reform school and eventually jail. Read how Danny turned his life around by trading in his bars for his trademark black and white stripes. His climb to the top went from putting up wrestling rings, to refereeing wrestling matches, to eventually becoming a wrestler himself with the biggest promotion in the world, the WWE. His inspirational story is about doing the right thing, developing a good work ethic, and the overall importance of family in the end.

Friday, June 8, 2018

ARIA Author L.A.Jacob News.....

Posted by Wayne G. Barber

Upcoming Appearances

  • June 9: Woonsocket Harris Library Meet & Greet
    Clinton Street, Woonsocket, RI
    Free stuff, no card readings available, unfortunately
    10:00am - 2:00pm
  • June 23: Richmond Farmer’s Market (rain or shine)
    Route 33 City Hall lawn, Richmond, RI
    Free stuff, card readings with any purchase
    9:00am - 12:00pm
  • June 28: Lively Literati at the Schastea
    Broad Street, Cranston, RI
    Featured author! Books and free short stories.
    6:30pm - 8:00pm
  • July 14: Richmond Farmer’s Market (rain or shine)
    Route 33 City Hall lawn, Richmond, RI
    Launch for Grimaulkin Redeemed!
    Free stuff and one free 3=card reading on request!
    9:00am - 2:00pm

Come find me! I’ll have exclusive paper copies of my short stories available for free. They’re also available as a free download at Paper Angel Press.

Available Now

Homecoming (A War Mage Novel)

First Magus Brent Rogers is in Afghanistan with the US Army. He’s told that he’s going home on leave because he may be attacked and captured. He goes home, deals with his sister, brother, mom, and dad.

But he can’t escape the war and his own fate.


Mike LeBonte has just been released from magic prison. He’s out to make a new life for himself and promises to be good.

If you went to prison for summoning  demon, that’s pretty hard.

Grimaulkin Tempted

Mike and his boyfriend Scott are alone for two weeks with plans to spend the time together.

No such luck, when Mike’s cousin shows up, and Scott’s ex arrives to throw a wrench in Mike’s plans. Oh, and the demon he thought he banished is back.

Coming Soon


Brothers of the Zodiac: Earth (June 2018)

Three stories of the Earth signs: Capricorn: It’s a race that the Earth-mover plans to win, Taurus: The eyes are the mirror of the soul, Virgo: In 1930’s Chicago, gangsters rule the streets. You’re either with them or you’re dead. (from Zarra Knightley Publishing)


Grimaulkin Redeemed (July 2018)

It’s Scott’s birthday and Mike has a great party in mind…but the Providence police call him in for a crime scene that has evidence of a demon no one in their right mind should summon. Mike’s prison past comes back to haunt him, and he realizes that advanced technology can kill magic.

War Mage (expected Fall 2018)

(Yeah, I know. Two years in the works ...) Brent Rogers returns to Afghanistan with a new mission that’s meant to keep him out of the field and out of the way. Someone doesn’t want him there, though.

Monday, June 4, 2018

Author line-up for 6-5-18

Posted by Wayne G. Barber    Hot off the Stillwater River Press

Author Ronald J. Bernier will discuss his book, "The Class of 1969 "

Generations of families drove past those old, creepy stone cottages in the Sockanosset neighborhood of Cranston Rhode Island. And generations of terrified children were put on strict notice -- misbehave, and you might find yourself locked up in that terrible “Bad Boys School.” The Class of 1969 is the story of one of those children who was not only threatened like so many other kids his age, but due to chronic behavioral problems brought on by a childhood full of loss and poverty, found himself incarcerated at Sockanosset – formally known as the Rhode Island Training School. There, he would be “rehabilitated” by the state, endure violence, face racial unrest, and battle profound loneliness while attempting to come to terms with who he was and what he had become. And it’s also the story of a troubled teen spiraling into the dark depths of crime and alcohol dependency, and the inspirational journey of spiritual awakening that saved his life. And at the center of it all were those iconic stone cottages, and hundreds of boys just like him locked-up and lost in a terrifying, brutal and cold-hearted system.

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