Announce New Publications
Robert Vaughan, the writer responsible for the creation of Heartland Writers Guild, continues his prolific writing career with the release of his latest book, Thunder in the Whirlwind.
When border tensions in South America reach a boiling point, the United States provides Columbia with military assistance to help in a struggle against rebels supported by neighboring Venezuela. The "police action" quickly escalates, and six captured Americans are publicly executed. The president, a disabled Vietnam veteran himself, commits troops to battle.
The plot moves forward with the scope of a Tom Clancy adventure and the intrigue of a Nelson DeMille thriller. Thunder in the Whirlwind takes the reader behind tomorrow's headlines and paints an unforgettable inside portrait of the men and women of our armed forces at home and abroad.
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HWG Members Deliver Submissions to Well Versed
This annual anthology is sponsored by the the Columbia Chapter Missouri Writer's Guild. Members announced their submissions at the January HWG meeting held in Jackson, Missouri. Those submitting include Mary Ann Heinsman, Mary Rechenberg, and Juli Kolb.
Garinger recently offered Christmas Peace for Busy Moms in the form of her first e-book. It is available at Amazon and Smashwords. This 25-day study helps bring peace to readers at Christmas instead of pressure to deliver a perfect Christmas. She offers suggestions to help help relieve the stress often associated with the season.
Her second e-book, Newness of Life: Trusting God in Times of Transition, will be available at Amazon on January 8, 2017. This inspirational, scripture based book discusses faith in times of pain, in times of recovery, and in times of joy.
Bill Hopkins' latest book, Dishonest Corpse, is available on Amazon. The book, Volume 5 in the Judge Rosswell Carew Mystery Series, follows the case of a murder of a girl under the Mississippi River bridge on the waterfront of Cape Girardeau, Missouri. To learn more about this mystery that Rosswell and his wife Tina find themselves caught up in, go to
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Book Signing Planned for
Saturday, March 18, 2017
HWG member Carl Armstrong has organized a book signing to be held Saturday, March 18, 2017. The event will run from 1-6 pm at the Osage Center in Cape Girardeau.
Armstrong will be featuring his new book, Elmwood's 1000 Year Dalhousie Castle Legacy. Also at the event will be other southeast Missouri authors and historians: Joel Rhodes, Frank Nickell, and Linda Nash Clark, making presentations and signing their books. HWG member John Fisher will be disussing his new book, Southeast Missouri from Swampland to Farmland, which will be released this spring.
Armstrong continues to share Cape Girardeau, Missouri history and the history of the region. In his latest book, Elmwood's 1000 Year Dalhousie Castle Legacy, he shares an interwoven story of Scottish castle heritage in addition to British,US, French,and Indian history that took place in the Cape Girardeau area.The author hopes to bring an appreciation of the heritage and the landmarks of the area with this book.The book includes images from Cape Girardeau's Ramsay-Houck Pictorial Chronicles.The book is available at Amazon
Bible Acrostics Code Mysteries, Carl Armstrong's recent book, ties science to scripture. The book is co-written with Mark and Cathy Eaton.
Go with the authors on an exciting journey to the very frontiers of the convergence of cutting-edge science and scripture.
Explore with them how the twenty-two letter Hebrew alphabet serves as a pattern for DNA, fractals, and the seven hidden dimensions revealed in string theory and quantum mechanics.