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Hundreds of books workshopped on TheNextBigWriter have been published, generating millions of dollars in royalties for their authors. Below are just some of the books workshopped on TheNextBigWriter that are now available for sale.


Living Beyond Impossible ~ The Terry Hitchcock Story

by Ronald Joseph Kule

314 pages. Kindle available now; softcover is in pre-release until August 28. The man many people call "The REAL Forrest Gump" ran the distance of 75 marathons in 75 consecutive days in 1996 at age 57. He ran to get media attention on the plight of single


Tell Me a Secret

by Ann Everett

Jace Sloan has it all. Maggie Fielding is anything but his type. If only she could stop telling him her secrets, because her answers to his questions just might have both of them falling in love for the first time.


Chainsaw

by Seabrass

Recent high school graduate Trent Waverly is in the crosshairs of a local mobster. Now, Trent's only hope to live past noon rests in the paws of a dog named Chainsaw.


How Little We Know

by jack the knife

For years, Luke Elliot has been a respectable businessman. But he’s also had a secret life no one knows, and he’s given that up to settle down completely. But when his world is torn apart by tragedy, he flees in despair from all that could evoke painful m


Swan, A Bluebird, Texas Romance

by Ann Everett

The third book in the Bluebird, Texas series.


True

by Ann Everett

Sometimes it takes losing everything, to find all you've ever wanted. Welcome to Bluebird, Texas where a chance meeting gives two people a chance at love.


Pursued

by MichaelJMac

Michael Rudy leaves is life as an assassin behind only to find his life does not become easier.


The Long Trek Home

by B Douglas Slack

A double catastrophe has altered the world—one astronomical, the other man-made. A moon-sized chunk of antimatter slams into the sun, causing Earth’s icepacks to melt and flood coastal regions. Unrest in the Middle East causes the unthinkable: nuclear ter


You Only Love Twice

by B Douglas Slack

Westerner and master salesman Bill Hansen adopted Japan as his home. He effortlessly integrated himself into its culture, and lived a Japanese-inspired lifestyle. While on a packed train on his way home from work, he had a chance encounter with a Japanese


Tilting at Windmills

by alkemi

A grisly murder introduces detective Simon Goodyear to the less salubrious underside of Barrettsport, Nova Scotia. Simon and constable Diana Jackson embark on a search for a devious manipulator who entangles the town in his nefarious schemes. Along the wa


Salvage: A Novella of the Unity Sphere

by Seabrass

Young kavax Brayn is experiencing a tough stretch in life. But an unexpected discovery during an illicit operation on a quarantined asteroid offers new hope--providing he can survive...


Golly Me! Earth Was A Baby: How Earth Grew From Being “Without Form, And Void” Into the Home of Life As Humans Know Life

by Glenwood Lawrence

How Earth Grew From Being “Without Form, And Void” Into the Home of Life As Humans Know Life


Laid Out and Candle Lit

by Ann Everett

Tizzy Donovan is having a run of bad luck. A bakery delivery gone wrong. A bar fight with an old classmate. And, the discovery of a dead body in the cemetery.


The Apple Of My Parents' Eyes

by favody

A young girl is secluded from the world by an illness. Yet, it feels like she is more a part than an entity.


Kali the Weaver and Other Tales of the Second Age

by Lyanna Douglas

Stories, poems, and songs from the Second Age of the people known in Celtic myth and folklore as the Tuatha De Danann. After the destruction of the Their homeland in Anwnn, the Sidhe find adventure--and danger--in a new land. During the Second Age, the Tu


Skitch-Bot

by B Douglas Slack

One of my short stories, "Warm Fuzzy," is included in this fine collection of oddly enjoyable stories.


Children of Freedom

by Lyanna Douglas

Xhsosa storyteller Innkululeko tells the story of her life and this history of South Africa.


Two Wrongs Make a Right

by Ann Everett

A one night stand turns into a long weekend, and Quinn finds herself nose-to-nose and toe-to-toe with the best mistake she's ever made.


The Fruit of the Poisonous Tree

by j p lundstrom

Her name is Melanie Carpenter. Or is it? Why would anyone want to kill her? She isn’t rich, doesn’t know any secrets. She’s just an orphan who grew up in the foster care system—isn’t she? Worst thing is, Mel doesn’t know what happened. Did she do s


The Neophyte

by Lyanna Douglas

The Neophyte is a semi-realistic three-act play inspired by the true story of a drifter who murdered a small boy and the bizarre trial that followed. The play centers on the entirely fictional character of Grainne Goodwin, the lead defense attorney, who u


Smokey

by j p lundstrom

I live alone. Until I wake up one morning. There's a strange man in my bed! Who is he? Where did he come from? How did he get in? What's he doing in my bed? Why didn't the dog wake me? Wait a minute! Where's my dog?


Philanthropist: The world we did not know!

by Lyall De'Viana

Philanthropist is a journey between a brother and a sister who embark on a terrifying journey of not only studying the most notorious mass murderers in history, but meeting those murderers face to face with the use of advanced technology.


13 Forevers: Stories and Reflections on Death and Love

by KC Marks

Discover an emerging author's inaugural collection of 13 stunning shorts from the sentimental side of the cemetery.


Hug Everyone You Know: a year of community, courage, and cancer

by Antoinette Truglio Martin

Cancer is scary for the brave but downright terrifying for a wimp, like Antoinette. HUG EVERYONE YOU KNOW is a memoir about how Antoinette navigated her first year of breast cancer treatment. She journaled and emailed family and friends she called My


Chasing Summer

by S. L. Garber-Ortiz

For the better part of her life, Lynn has concealed her true identity, but now her past is catching up with her. But that’s only one of her concerns. Who is the little girl haunting Lynn, pushing her to the edge of a nervous breakdown? Then there’s the


Terrorcruise: A Novel of the Unity Sphere

by Seabrass

Unity Fleet Tac-team Captain Axel Fargo has one last shot at his nemesis, master chaotist Hetz, but his best may not be good enough...


Closure

by Seabrass

Whicker Campbell violates his oath as a necroti by using a dead girl to try and save his mother and himself... Investigator Suzin Rollings is determined to end her career with a success, and has Whicker Campbell in her sights...


Pharafaneelya- Days Lost In The Asylum- Short Stories-Series I

by Jaws R.

A must read short story spin of the original Pharafaneelya series, pack full of suspense and much more....


The King's Heart

by E. W. Helmick

The King's Heart is a heartwarming tale of a King who gives away his most treasured possession in an effort to save his daughter, the princess from an evil darkness that has invaded his kingdom. Simple, tender illustrations bring the story to life as the


The Sincerest Form of Flattery

by jack the knife

Former surgeon Jack Lansing has become a bestselling mystery writer. At a book-signing event he meets an old colleague who, unbeknownst to him, has carried a grudge against Jack for thirty years. Then murders start popping up in and around Jack's peaceful

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