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Two American couples sailing across the Indian Ocean are brutally taken hostage by Somali pirates only a day’s sail east of the Seychelles Islands.

A homeless woman freezes to death sleeping next to St. Brigid’s Church across from New York’s Tompkins Square Park. She has renowned New York photographer Channey Moran’s name and phone number in her pocket.

Roy Roy, the world’s most wanted environmental activist, is in hiding in Belfast. He learns that his Boston friends’ lives are in mortal danger as captives of Somali pirates, and begins plans to rescue them.

Channey Moran knows none of the above. But he soon finds a treacherous journey of redemption awaiting him.

Photo Shoot examines how unforeseen choices that connect disparate events—the pirate attack and the dead woman—propel Channey into a gripping evaluation of his life. Surviving a rescue mission, headed by the notorious Roy Roy, is in question as he decides to what lengths he will go to help people he loves, as well as those he doesn’t even know.

Photo Shoot is a fast paced thriller about rescuing good people from remorseless Somali pirates. New York photographer Channey Moran is enlisted by the notorious Roy Roy to stage a photo shoot that will function as a decoy event that allows Roy Roy’s hand-picked mercenaries and their weapons to enter Somalia and find where the captives are held.

Photo Shoot is the second in the Channey Moran series of thrillers.

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“At times hilarious, at times touching, the best intentions often yield the largest blunders.”
“Brook’s tongue in cheek guide to after-50 dating packs a wallop of handy tips for the dating weary and dating wary!”
“…very entertaining. It is information, funny, realistic, and well written. The book is delightful and the endless examples drive home your point time after time.”

You might think I am a psychiatrist, or perhaps a guy Dear Abby, to write a book about what it’s like to be single in your 50s. Nope. I was just single in my 50s. And I needed help. Over time and trial and error of many approaches to dating (and lots of therapy), I began to figure things out. Single-dom in middle-age should not be a death sentence to your sex life or happiness.

Think Steve Carell’s character from Crazy, Stupid Love—when most men find themselves bald, significantly uncool, and suddenly dumped, they don’t have a Ryan Gosling to usher them through this next phase in life. That’s where I come in.

Oh Shit! I’m Over 50 and Single is any man’s—and woman’s—answer to that first morning of waking up alone. It gets better. Only slightly, but it does. From chapters like “To V Or Not to V” to “Sprechen Sie Deutsch?” this guide touches on everything from the little blue pill to dating foreign women to sex toys to menopause with a robust selection of personal stories.

Who Am I?

P A Brook is an Author, Dater, and Know-It-All Smasher of Boring, dating in New York, NY.

From writing a Survivor themed article on investment regulation where the SEC wins every immunity challenge to using baseball analogies to wake up 700 people at an industry conference, trying to put an interesting spin on any topic has always been an interest. Now he is helping the over 50 and single crowd figure out there is life after divorce.

And what makes him an expert? How about two divorces, a retirement savings spent on therapy, and dating a thousand women. Okay, not a thousand, but enough to know what works at this age, at this time. There is no substitute for experience.

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 Welcome to the Longclaws and Alien Agenda tour, by Steve Peek.  Today, Steve shares something personal:

My Father the Writer

My father had a horrible childhood. He was a child of the great depression. He suffered deprivation and abandonment among other abuse. He joined the Army at the beginning of World War Two and was eventually assigned to studying aerial photography in the Pacific Theater. He became permanently assigned to the Army’s intelligence branch, G2. After the war, the Army Air Corp, his branch of the Army became a separate Air Force. He became a base intelligence officer.

He remained in this position regardless of where we were transferred. In 1957, the year those pesky Russians put a seventeen pound beeping ball in orbit he was essentially transferred from the Air Force and became the head of security for NASA.

He was a quiet but very smart person, way smarter than me. He never wrote or published in the traditional sense but he wrote and edited hundreds of government handbooks, letters and reports to his boss. I’ve read some of them. He was a better writer than I am.

I hold Dad responsible for my interest in UFOs and other enigmatic things that make the hair raise on your neck. In the 1950’s he was involved in Project Blue Book, the Air Force’s official investigation into UFO’s.

My dad died of cancer in 1971. He was fifty-four years old. He took his oaths of secrecy very seriously and rarely talked about anything at work. One time I ask him to tell me one thing he knew about UFO’s. He replied, “Never report one.”

He is one of the big reasons I always wanted to be a writer.

Thanks, Dad.

BlurbbTheir world is crowded with active volcanoes, sulfur and acid rains, permanent thick clouds turn day into deep twilight. It is a violent place: moment-to-moment survival is victory, every creature is constantly predator and prey, sleep is certain death. This is home to the longclaws, beings of super-human speed, strength and senses. Their predatory skills allow them only a tenuous niche in their hellish environment. Though smart and fierce, their rank in the food chain is far below the top. One clan leader draws from ancient legends of paradise and devises a plan to escape and take his clan to the otherworld – a world filled with slow, defenseless prey. The clan activates an Indian mound deep in southern forests and enters our world -hungry for prey. Torrential rains and washed out bridges force a runaway teen, an old dowser and a Cherokee healer to face the horrors of the clan’s merciless onslaught. Mankind’s legends are filled with vampires, werewolves, dragons and other nightmarish. Perhaps our legend of hell is based on the world of the Longclaws.Abab

Steve Peek grew up in a family of readers and writers.  In the second grade a neighbor gave him a toy printing press and, using rubber linotype, he wrote and printed a neighborhood paper.  His first short story won a competition in his third grade class.  Sometimes he dreamed of being a policeman, fireman, lawyer, minister, soldier, politician, but in every dream he was also a writer. Peek loves games.  He enjoyed a forty year career in the game industry which allowed him to travel the world where he was able to explore many of the ancient, mythical places he’d read about. Some legends associated with these enigmatic sites led him down a winding road to a junction where myth meets science and the hold of this magical place continues its grip. Over the decades Steve always wrote.  Sometimes just here and there.  Twice he managed to have books published. Now, with the precious time to write, Steve found the traditional publishing world in disarray and decided that it is more important for him to write than to sell books to the big publishing houses.  The venue of the e-book makes this possible.  So, for better or for worse, Steve sits at a kitchen table looking into the woods around his home in the Smokey Mountains and writes every day. Reviewers have declared his books Longclaws and Alien Agenda: Why they came, Why they stayed to be a new sub-genre, ‘science faction’.  Much of the books are based on history and science while the story falls under fiction. Steve’s books are based on things that interest him and he works hard to make them interesting for his readers. He would like to hear from you via jstephenpeek on facebook or send him a message via his contact form.

 

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