Gina Marinello-Sweeney

Gina Marinello-Sweeney has been writing ever since she was a little girl and turned her bedroom into a “library,” complete with due date slips and a check-out stamp. As her own stories were “checked out” by family and friends, she dreamed of a day in which her stories would be available in public libraries worldwide. Her dream of publication came true in 2013. Gina is also an avid poet in both the English and Spanish languages. In 2009, she was asked to present some original Spanish poems at an international literature conference in Costa Rica. Although unable to attend this event, a presentation of the poems was well-received at another scholarly event that same year. Graduating summa cum laude, Gina completed a degree in liberal studies, an elementary school teaching credential, and a minor in Spanish. In her spare time, she enjoys producing videos, going to the beach, reading, and traveling. Gina lives in southern California, where she is at work on the sequel to I THIRST, as well as the first book in a fantasy series. Visit www.ginamarinellosweeney.com for more information.

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Greater Treasures

Greater Treasures by Karina Fabian is a comedic detective story with a hint of fantasy and a Catholic twist.

Vern is a feisty dragon who manages a detective agency on the border between the Faerie and Mundane worlds alongside his nun-partner, Sister Grace.  When presented with a case regarding a 'missing sibling' from a theatrical client named Eva, he has his suspicions as to its validity, but decides to take the case anyway.  While pursuing a possible lead, Sister Grace is shot by a poisoned dart, adding "antidote" to the dragon's list.  Vern eventually discovers ...

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