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Hey Marvel & DC (Superhero) Fans - METATRON is coming for you!

Hello everyone. 
Please take a look at my new book covers for the Metatron Book Series. (And PreOrders) I hope you enjoy them. 
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Exciting & Humbling - New Publisher!

First of all, I want to thank all my family and friends for supporting/following me on my book journey throughout the past several years. “Thank you very much!”
It’s been a great 6 years with my previous publisher Imajin Books. I appreciate everything they have done for me in my writing career. However, due to unforeseen circumstances we have parted ways.
Like I said a few weeks ago, “When one door closes, another door opens.”
Well, I’m excited and humbled to announce that another huge door has opened and I have signed a contract with CMP. With this being said, I will be revising my website; my paperbacks will be getting new covers which will hopefully be available again in a few months along with the eBooks.
What do you think of the new METATRON logo??!!
There is much more exciting news coming so please stay tuned!
For now, here is my new publishers’ announcement:

Cosby Media Productions
September 6 at 12:05 PM · The CMPDSU continues to grow. Our lineup of #Superheroes or S…

Attention Walmart Shoppers!!

Hello friends - my paperbacks are being sold at Walmart online:

Thank you and happy shopping!

THE THRILL OF IT ALL: how all kinds of writing use thrillers

Laurence St John writes thrillers with scifi/fantasy elements. I write women’s fiction, but over the course of my five books, I’ve seen most every plot benefits from elements of thrillers. Take my newest book, Never Retreat.In it, a feisty single mom clashes with an ex-military, macho corporate star at a business retreat in the wild Colorado mountains, where only one can win a huge prize. But when a massive flood imperils their love and survival, they learn the meaning of true partnership.

Potentially thrilling, right? Even if you discount the thrill of new love. I certainly thought so as I was writing the novel. Living in Colorado, I get news every few years about flash floods, forest fires, blizzards. And all of these have the potential to be featured in my fiction. The only one I’ve actually lived through is blizzards, so I depend heavily on narratives, videos, and news to fill in my gaps.
As the writer, I have to ask myself why I’m obsessed with thrilling disasters. Two reasons occu…