I use my family, life experiences, and vivid imagination to create my books.
At present, my newest books are Midnight Hours, a mystery/suspense with a touch of thriller, and Prairie Dog Cowboy, a historical fiction set in the area now know as the Oklahoma Panhandle. Coming out next year, hopefully, will be another novel titled Stolen.
4RV Publishing LLC's children's books
Al-the-Gator and Freddy Frog, by Doc Gator, illustrated by Randy Zabel (both men are PhD's)
Trockle, by Holly Jahangiri, illustrated by Jordan M. Vinyard.
Lion in the Living Room, by Caelaach (pronounced Kelly) McKinna, illustrated by A. R. Stone.
Angeline Jellybean, by Crystalee Calderwood, illustrated by Stephen Macquignon.
Colors, by Dana Warren, illustrated by Stephen Macquignon
Middle grade/ young adult books
State of Wilderness, by Elysabeth Eldering, illustrated by Aidana WillowRaven.
Bubba & Giganto: Odds Against Us, by Lea Schizas.
Prairie Dog Cowboy, by V. Gilbert Zabel, illustrated by Jordan M. Vinyard
State of Quarries, by Elysabeth Eldering, illustrated by Aidana WillowRaven.
Midnight Hours, by Vivian Gilbert Zabel
Confessions of a Former Rock Queen, by Kirk Bjornsgaard
More titles are being added almost daily. At present 29 books are in the works from now until late 2009.
I hope people go forth and vote, but I also realize that 4RV is a relatively new company, and many people don't know much about it. However, anyone is welcome to visit the 4RV Publishing Website, or ask… Continue
I entered the synopsis and first two chapters of Midnight Hours in the OWFI (Oklahoma Writers Federation, Inc) contest in the unpublished manuscript mystery/suspense category. Not only did Midnight take 2nd place, but the comments from the judge, who sent a short critique, really encouraged me. He/she wrote comments such as the following:
I'll be honest - I love this story! Your characters are believable; the plot is…Continue
OWFI announces its "FANTASTIC FORTY--WRITERS GLORY" 40th ANNIVERSARY CONFERENCE to be held May 1-3, 2008 at the Sheraton Midwest City & Reed Center in Midwest City, Oklahoma.
The conference features 25 authors, editors, and agents offering 40 informative programs to help people learn to write better and get published. It also helps writers meet, network, and make lasting friendships, as well as giving an advantage to learn from writing and publishing professionals. This is one…Continue