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Frank describes his writing style as narrative; as if he were verbally telling a story or an event in time. He wants the reader to feel as if he he or she were experiencing it first hand as in a dream or watching a movie. He says, “I try to inject influences from actual current or past events into the storyline as well. This tends to hold the attention of the reader all the way to the conclusion. That is what I believe sets me apart.”
Frank started writing about 2½ years ago. The first storyline came to him in his sleep. “I awaken in the middle of the night with an idea that I thought would make a great movie, A story of a action adventure and love for my ‘Baby Boomer’ generation.” This grew into trilogy still in the works. Continue reading “Meet the Author: Frank A. Ruffolo”
Here is the awesome video trailer for friend and author Linda Hawley’s titles in The Prophecies Series.
It’s the near future, and society is government controlled. Technology tracks everyone, personal privacy does not exist, and even food supplies are being monitored. The hope for freedom lies in the operations of an underground organization, GOG, which fights against worldwide oppression. Their most powerful weapon is Ann Torgeson, a paranormally-gifted operative, who unseals The Prophecies.
Congratulations to indie author Gabriella West on the 5 star review of her novel The Leaving.
At 15, Cathy Quinn is an intelligent misfit living in 1980s Dublin. Over her last two years of school, Cathy struggles with her dysfunctional family, coming to terms with her powerful attraction to her best friend Jeanette, and leaving Ireland. The Leaving is a realistic, yet lyrical, look at adolescence and first love.
Above all, the novel explores the intersecting lives of two emotionally close siblings growing up in the hostile and homophobic Dublin of the 1980s, when homosexuality was still taboo, and being different was not tolerated.
Author/reviewer Shannon Yarbrough says, “And I cannot imagine my life now without having experienced this beautiful novel. Despite the plea in all of us to grow up, wishing our young lives away unbeknownst to what awaits us, I promise you will not want the journey The Leaving takes you on to ever end.”