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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.


Deep Cover

by jack the knife

The FBI, U.S. Marshals Service, and the NSA are in the hunt for Russian spies posing as Americans in order to manipulate U.S. elections.


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.


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


Tied with a Bow and No Place to Go

by Ann Everett

While Texas Ranger Ridge Cooper investigates his latest murder case, his wife has problems of her own. She's joined forces with first cousin and local PI, Jinx Monroe to follow a possible cheating husband, confront her grandmother about baking Boom Browni


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.


Adventures of a Young Girl

by j p lundstrom

OMG! No cell phones, no computers—what did teenagers do in the 1950s? Roberta’s on her way to growing up in Rockdale, Texas. She has big plans—to see Hollywood and the Pacific Ocean, see herself on the movie screen, and wear a long evening dress just to


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


Shatrujeet! Vanquisher of Enemies

by G.W. Morgan

In the end, Vida was just one man, but his thoughts and actions affected the lives of billions of people, on scores of worlds, who would never know his name.


Body Language

by Ann Everett

A quick reference for character action and description


Skitch-Bot

by B Douglas Slack

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


The Telltale Tattoo

by jack the knife

A young boy’s life is torn apart in 1973 Vietnam when U.S. soldiers assault his fishing village, mistakenly thinking it’s a Viet Cong base. The scary image of a tattoo on the arm of one of the soldiers haunts Nguyen Chinh over the years as he rises to a p


Strong Verbs Strong Voice

by Ann Everett

Stronger verb choices listed in alphabetical order for everyday verbs such as enter, walk, ran, took, etc.


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....


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


Get the Picture?

by jack the knife

Jack Lansing, M.D. is a widower who’s now ready to get on with his life when a chance meeting with a beautiful young woman changes everything – but not in the way he hopes. After a one-night tryst with the enticing vixen, the unsuspecting surgeon finds hi


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


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


Tuatha de Danann

by Lyanna Douglas

So begins the sage of the Tuatha de Danann, the first story ever told.


Chirp

by Ann Everett

A woman hiding from her future. A man running from his past. Welcome to Bluebird, Texas where two damaged people with secrets, discover trust can lead to passion.


Nit

by Seabrass

Gina's up against a deadline, and her short story contest submission has to be perfect. Unfortunately, there's a nit plaguing her work--a two-letter word that's gone missing. She's pretty sure it's loose in her room. All she has to do is find it. But sudd


A Body in the Sacristy

by alkemi

A baby girl's body discovered in the sacristy of a local church introduces police detective Simon Goodyear to Barrettsport Nova Scotia. He struggles to determine who she was and how her body ended up in a sealed compartment. The quirky nature of the town


My Writing Life

by SolN

My Writing Life tells the humorous, poignant, and honest stories of why ten diverse men and women were compelled to write. It chronicles the pain, happiness, and frustration and served as the inspiration for their words. You will see how writing changed t


Famous Seaweed Soup

by Antoinette Truglio Martin

n her first book, Martin structures a family visit to the beach around a clever inversion of ``The Little Red Hen.'' Nobody helps Sara make her soup of seaweed (two kinds), snails, and ``smelly stuff'' from a beachcombing--her parents are busy putting on


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?


Colombian Betrayal

by Randall Krzak

Colombian Betrayal tears the cover off the drug trade and exposes the death, and violence behind the twisted connections between governments, revolutionaries, terrorists, and drug lords.


Children of Freedom

by Lyanna Douglas

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


The Radio Revoution

by Sheriff Norm

A famous DJ walks out of a multi- million-dollar contract in 1989, unable to handle the new corporate policies. Meeting four disenfranchised, but brilliant youths, who feel stealing and hacking government and bank files are the only thing you can do in


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


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.

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