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About Jace Killan
Jace lives in Arizona with his family comprised of a wife, five adult children, and one to three dogs. He writes fiction, thrillers and middle grade and short stories in many genres. He earned an MBA and works as the CFO of a biotechnology firm.
Jace volunteers in youth programs, plays and writes music, and enjoys everything outdoors. He's also a novice photographer.
For more information about Jace Killan visit www.jacekillan.com.
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From old books, to vinyl records, antique mirrors, vintage figurines, or a Bob’s Big Boy piggy bank, curses have no limits.
Featuring stories from D.J. Butler, Joy Auburn, Martin L. Shoemaker, Jessica Guernsey, John D. Payne, Jen Bair, Karen Pellett, Steve Ruskin, Tanya Hales, Lauren Lang, Frank Morin, Mike Jack Stoumbous, Kelly Lynn Colby, Jace Killan, Jo Schneider, Gama Ray Martinez, Martin Greening, Chris Abela, A.J. Mayall, Heidi A. Wilde, Shannon Fox, Lauryn Christopher, and Mark Leslie.
Heather is a caring sister, mother, and wife. She knows something is wrong and is determined to understand what it is. She doesn’t know that she’s been invited to play in a sick game. If she loses, it will cost her everything, her sanity, her family, and her life.
Bo is a young man trying to make sense of his world. He’s not like other kids. He’s not like anyone. It isn’t until after trying to take his own life that he meets his mentor, a psychologist, that teaches Bo how to be his true self and how to kill without getting caught.
Twelve authors spin tales of true believers facing impossible odds, risking this life in the hope of gaining something better after. Mormon Battalion soldiers fight an airship, a bounty hunter crosses Porter Rockwell, cultists attempt to reanimate Brigham Young, and missionaries run into Cthulhu. These are just a few of the amazing tales by award winning, bestselling, and premier authors--
D. J. Butler, John M. Olsen, Steven L. Peck, Elizabeth Mueller, Scott E. Tarbet, Jay Barnson, Joe Monson, Amanda Hamblin, Christopher McAfee, Jace Killan, John D. Payne, and Lee Allred.
All Made of Hinges is the first installment in the incredible four-part Mormon Steampunk series by Immortal Works Press. If you love these stories, look for more in Put Your Shoulder to the Wheel, Press Forward, Saints, and A Mighty Fortress.
Forming the eastern border of Arizona's Valley of the Sun, the Superstitions have not only been an incredible source of beauty and outdoor adventure, but also a place riddled with superstition and mystery.
To this day treasure hunters scour the mountains for gold. They research old landmarks and maps along with clues from generations past.
This anthology is comprised of such superstitions, some familiar and some new, tales from the mountains, of Apache warriors, wizards, and ancient gods, of golems, ghosts, and the undead. Featuring works from Gini Koch, Steve Ruskin, DJ Butler, Chris Abela, Karen Pellett, DT Read, Jace Killan, Nate Givens, Jen Hutchins, Jessica Guernsey, Tanya Hales, Leah Moyes, and John D Payne.
But Joaquin wants redemption. He wants to be like his father and brother who both died in the line of duty as heroes. So he becomes an informant for the FBI.
As the monies grow, he discovers that the funds in his care are not the sole property of the cartel, but mostly belong to a well-coordinated terrorist cell, hell-bent on bringing capitalism to its knees.
Joaquin has to walk the line between informant and cartel money manager while trying to protect those he loves along with the nation for which his brother and father gave their lives.
Joshua began sailing at the age of twelve and worked his way to second mate of a cargo ship by the age of fifteen. When the first mate jumps ship and his captain dies, Joshua assumes command of a leaky ship and a headstrong crew.
To prove to himself, his family, and the world that he was meant to be a sailor, Joshua has to save the ship, deliver his cargo, and unite his men. Anything less would result in the end of his brief career at sea.