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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.


Alligator Mansion

by Lyanna Douglas

This isn't what I envisioned. I imagined a nice stroll in the garden and the scent of magnolias in springtime.


CHEF TELL The Biography of America's Pioneer TV Showman Chef

by Ronald Joseph Kule

Rising from the ashes of pos-war Germany, CHEF TELL became America's first syndicated-TV chef. His mercurial life, quick-cooking, and humorous personality captured the hearts and minds of his 40-million Baby Boomers fan base. 452 pages. Hardcover, Kindle,


State of Vengeance

by Jake J. Harrison

"Do not leave today on your trip." Four hours before her vacation flight to Spain, young mother Rachel Katz receives an anonymous text warning her not to go. Thinking it a prank, she and her husband, struggling hedge fund manager Zeke Katz, decide to


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


The Side Effect

by jack the knife

In the 1930s, a German anthropologist researching a primitive people makes an amazing discovery. Eighty years later this leads to the development of a miracle drug that could be one of the biggest breakthroughs in the history of man's fight against diseas


Misogyny

by Gary Engler

Despite previous brushes with death while investigating the extreme right in the time of Donald Trump, freelance journalist Waylon Choy once again finds himself trying to understand the murky alt-right world, this time in Canada. As he chases down those r


Strong Verbs Strong Voice

by Ann Everett

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


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.


Concrete Jungle

by M.O. LeClair

My first book, 'Concrete Jungle', is now available for pre-order on Amazon. It's due out for release on September 4th, 2021.


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.


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


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


Carnage in Singapore

by Randall Krzak

The action advances in an ever-creasing pace almost as if the reader can hear the clock ticking faster and faster as the Bedlam operatives race to apprehend the bad guys and rescue three captive ambassadors.


The Year We Became Us

by Gary Engler

The Year We Became Us is a novel about the 1962 Saskatchewan doctors’ strike as seen through the eyes of a 12-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl. Roy, the son of a union activist, is a committed socialist and the best Little League pitcher in the entire


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...


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


ThunderCloud: (The Oddities of A Young Man's Journey to Manhood)

by Ronald Joseph Kule

292 pages. Softcover and Kindle. An excommunicated Native American teenager forced to grow up in a land of strangers discovers an Amish clan willing to help him learn responsibility before his remarkable return to his Principal People to make amends.


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.


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


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.


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.


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


Rock and a Hard Place Volume 3

by Jeremiah Blane Kniola

A collection of short stories I was published in this year. Literary noir about people stuck in difficult situations.


Saga of the Mighty Valentine Cosmos Upon the Tower of Time

by Sheriff Norm

They are people, but they were living stars of another universe before, one aware from where he came, she unaware. He desperately tries to make her aware singing her songs, telling her stories, and crying for help to other stars, knowing if she remains un


Sweet Thangs: Southern Sweets from Two Sassy Sisters

by Ann Everett

Based on the fictional bakery in Ann Everett's Tizzy/Ridge Trilogy, the cookbook contains over 160 dessert recipes.


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


The Healing Road Chronicles

by Don60

At various times throughout his life, Jake found himself at a crossroads. Lost loves, fate, and indifferent women in his life left him empty and alone. When these times struck, he sought solace on the road. Thanks to a good friend, after a particularly pa


The Amazon Encounter

by jack the knife

A shaman in the Amazon rainforest has a problem: children in his village are dying of an unknown ailment. When a large disc-shaped object falls from the sky onto a river bank, he enters the object through a gash in its wall. A prominent Beverly Hills p

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