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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.


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


Chainsaw

by Seabrass

Trent Waverly has a problem: a local mob boss thinks Trent stole from him and is out for blood. Now, Trent's only hope rests in the paws of a dog named CHAINSAW...


When the Reaper Comes

by jack the knife

As the NSA gets a strong lead on one of the most prominent faces of ISIS, the Islamic State embarks on a bold course of action—an attack on American soil. Former Navy SEAL Adam Taylor, on a break between assignments for a global paramilitary security firm


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.


Hannibal's Elephant Girl

by Charley Brindley

In 218 BCE, Hannibal took his army along with 27 elephants over the Alps to attack the Romans. Eleven years before this historic event, on the banks of a river near Carthage in North Africa, one of his elephants pulled a drowning girl from the turbulent w


The Last Seat on the Hindenburg

by Charley Brindley

A misdialed phone number brings Donovan to Sandia’s home. He thought he was to teach Braille to a blind person, but she thought he was a disability attorney. When Donovan learns of Sandia’s and her grandfather’s dreadful circumstances, the Braille lesson


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...


Ariion XXIII

by Charley Brindley

Ariion, a disabled teenage girl, is inspired by a homeless man. Cameron was arrested for bank robbery, but without evidence, the judge releases him. The bank robbers lose their loot and they think Cameron took it. After they kidnap Cameron, Ariion hatches


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.


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.


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


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....


Raji: Book One, Octavia Pompeii

by Charley Brindley

December, 1925. Vincent Fusilier finds Raji sleeping in his parents’ barn. He thinks she’s a vagrant and tells her she has to go. She doesn’t understand English and doesn’t know where she is. Over the next few months, these two teens struggle to understan


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.


Non-Compliant

by Don60

Lucas and his fellow banished Others were dropped on their prison-island home for failure to adhere to strict social policies. Their Government has forgotten they exist and left them to survive without the benefit of outside assistance. Society in 258 A.F


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


Say You'll Never Love Me

by Ann Everett

Sometimes, all it takes is one little lie, to lead you to the truth.


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.


Skeleton Run

by jack the knife

Twenty years ago, four teenage boys left a baby behind in a crushed car after they caused the tragic accident that took the mother’s life. Ever since, they’ve guarded the secret that would’ve ruined their lives and destroyed their future careers. But wh


The Flame

by jack the knife

When twelve-year-old Craig Fletcher is first attracted to his classmate, Laura Forsythe, he has no idea that his unrequited puppy love will develop over the next twenty years into an addiction to the seductive woman Laura becomes, a siren whose call he ca


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


Raji: Book Two, The Academy

by Charley Brindley

August 1926. Raji is accepted to the prestigious Octavia Pompeii Academy. She and Elizabeth Keesler are the only girls among the one hundred cadets. They must endure the derision and taunts from ninety-eight boys who would like nothing better than to see


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.


Ruined by Murder Addicted to Love

by Ronald Joseph Kule

314 pages softcover and Kindle. Three Millennial friends seek true love after trying platonic relations, friends with benefits, and lesbian relations. When one is murdered, the two remaining seek answers and find the love they sought when and where least


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?


Cian

by Charley Brindley

Cian and Saxon’s meeting in the heart of the Amazon is more than an encounter of two people—it’s the coming together of two different worlds. Their explorations and adventures take them deep into the rain forest, then halfway around the globe. They travel


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

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