Adrienne Tropp

Adrienne Tropp is the author of Somebody Forgot to Tell Harry: Harry Reid’s Journey from Searchlight to Spotlight, a young person’s biography of Senator Harry Reid. The book is written for children ages 8 through 12 (grades 3-6). It is the first book in the Nevada Biographies for Children...

Lucky Bat Books Publishes Poetry by Janis Ian

We all know Janis Ian as an internationally famous songwriter and performer, but she’s been showing us over the last several years that she is also multi-talented. At about the time she was writing At Seventeen, for which she won her first Grammy, she was also writing poetry; she had been since she...

Jamie McNabb

JAMIE MCNABB writes in several genres, but concentrates on science fiction, fantasy, and sea stories. His short fiction has appeared in a variety of print and online publications. For many years, he sailed on the Columbia and Willamette Rivers. He’s been up and down the length of the Multnomah Channel...

Earl Yorke

Powerful new writer! Earl Yorke isn’t afraid to go to the dark side, taking readers on journeys that will both thrill and disturb. During the day he works as a network analyst for over eighty companies in Maine and New Hampshire; undercover of night, he weaves his tales of darkness and light. His...

Jacci Turner

Talented author of young adult and children’s fiction! New in the Finding Home series: Riley’s Ride Spring in central Idaho means birthing season on a cattle ranch and with Grandpa sick and Delly pregnant, Riley is up to her knees in mud, blood, and babies. She’s rapidly finding out that...

Ron Goulet

Lucky Bat Books is proud to publish The Disappearing Man by award-winning playwright and poet Ron Goulet. A literary accomplishment, The Disappearing Man takes you on a trip that blends harsh reality with midlife frenzy, through a man’s coming to terms (or perhaps not) with his fear of women and of living...

Dorothy Black Crow

Author of The Handless Maiden and Belonging to the Black Crows An award-winning poet, fiction writer and former professor of literature at Oglala Lakota College and the University of Michigan, author Dorothy Black Crow explores the reality of life on the Pine Ridge Reservation, from her own experience as a...

Murder by Haggis by J. Lee Taylor

Jax Hollister is recovering from a bad marriage and finds solace in her work. A change in scenery is welcome, but murder is not. Jax’s company, Fairway Golf, Inc., sends her to Heather Hill, Scotland, to acquire the historic Coulter Manor and estate for their new destination golf resort. Within minutes...

Finding Willow – the third book in the Finding Home series – is here!

From Amazon best-selling author Jacci Turner comes the third book in the Finding Home series, Finding Willow. At long last, Riley and Mia have reached the place they’ve been dreaming about: Riley’s father’s ranch. After a warm welcome, the girls settle in, happy and relieved. Then things...

Some Books Are To Be Chewed

By J.S. Anderson, author of Book of Hours: The Beguilement of Brother Alphaios, first in a series of intriguing, suspenseful literature published by Lucky Bat Books. Our thanks to the author for this blog. May reading be such a pleasure for all! Set into the sidewalk on East 41st Street in New York City,...

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