AUTHOR GERRY HARLAN BROWN UNVEILS HIS LATEST POIGNANT SOUTHERN FICTION NOVEL RING THE BELL
Novelist Michelle A. Sullivan is pleased to unveil A Black Horse, the highly anticipated second volume in her acclaimed ARC Series, which released to retail from WordCrafts Press. The first volume of Sullivan’s supernatural fantasy adventure series introduced readers to the seething underbelly of New Orleans, where mythology is true, magic is real, and every nightmare you ever imagined walks the earth. Her second installment carries readers to the other side of the world to continue the epic battle between good and evil.
About The Author:
Gerry Harlan Brown has lived most of his life in the Bowling Green, Kentucky area. Stints at a factory, a farm, and painting houses have been mixed in with periods as a railroader, a volunteer community crisis counselor, and a professional fire chief. Along the way he acquired an Associate of Arts degree and completed multiple coursed in leadership at the University of Virginia and the National Fire Academy. He credits his 29 years in the fire service for providing the greatest influence on his writing style. For it was by encountering real people from all walks of life, at their best and bravest to their most devastated and petty, which gave him the opportunity to wrestle monsters, included—as ludicrous as it may seem—squirrels, white and otherwise.
Many of the life lessons Gerry learned along the way have been published in firefighting journals. Ring the Bell is his second novel.