Books

 Escape  to  Another  Time  &  Another  Place !   

PAUL ANDREWS

Writer of the Past

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Select the BOOK COVERS for Novel Description & More!

Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and iTunes

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NOVELS/NOVELLAS

                                                   

      A Civil War Thriller                                                                     A Historical Love Story

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Historical Adventure Novel                                                         A Young Adult Thriller

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SHORT STORIES ($0.99)

new WM cover page                                                                Starlite Ballroom cover page

A Contemporary Fantasy                                                            A Time Travel Love Story

Click on ‘BOOKS’ in the Main Menu for Descriptions, Sample Chapters, and Links to purchase eBooks

15 responses to “Books

  1. Alexia liahut

    Hi Paul i’m not sure but did you use to write personalized books? The thing is i have this amazing book that my aunt and cousins gave to me and my twin. I love it, it has our names written in all the pages. The story was about us going camping with Barbie, ken, skipper. It even has photos taken by beverly elam and scott fujikawa. I do really love this book the story is amazing. I’m from México btw the book was written in spanish. The editorial was from my town i’m Not sure

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  2. Robert Lalonde

    Paul, I read two of your books,” Firebrands and Sultana Awaits”. Both were educational and a good storyline. I’m looking forward to reading more of your books as long as they are non-fiction or historical-fiction. Thank you for sharing your talent.

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    • Thanks Robert. So glad you enjoyed those two novels. I put a lot of research into them to truly take my readers back in time. Please leave reviews at whichever site you purchased them from. My next novel in the works is on the 1900 Galveston Texas Hurricane.

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    A design like yours with a few simple tweeks would really make my blog jump out.

    Please let me know where you got your design. Thank you

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  6. Thanks for stopping by on DUKETUNDESBLOG and for the comment on my post on St. Count Germain… Wow i love your works and can share some of links to works on my blog. Now following you on Google plus. thanks again and do have a lovely day out there..
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  7. Paul, my husband , Ralph, received his Ph.D.from Rutgers in 1972!!

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  8. Firebrands was an exciting book. I learned about the great Chicago of 1871 and an interesting time period,as well. The characters were very realistic and engaging.
    Hopefully, our book club will select another of your books to read & enjoy.

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