Writing is as endless as the Imagination
Tension and fear grip three young friends when they are challenged to do the unthinkable - to scale the North Slope of the haunted quarry.
Baltimore is in the crosshairs as the deadly gangs join together to take over the city. You are going to have to think fast, and move quickly, in this fast-paced, action/thriller, that doesn't let up until the very end.
In his first poetry anthology, Richard A. Marschall delves into the realm of human emotions, sentiments, and interactions, in flowing meter and rhyme - from the mystical rhymes of "Cobalt Blue" and the haunting story told in "An Old Man's Elegy", to the sobering thoughts of the pentameter of "Neighborly Ways", and then later, to the questions in his free verse, of was it the lizard's fault, that he did nothing when the big machines came to demolish his lands and his home.
How, could a young girl, confronted with an incomprehensible, debilitating, disease, surmount the odds of her doctors' ignorance and ambivalence, and her parent's frustration and uncertainty? She would have to use all her cunning and wits to battle the insidious monster, and demon growing inside her.
The first of the Christmas Poetry Anthology Trilogy series explores the real meaning of the Christmas Holiday, and what Christmas is all about. A delightful collection of lighthearted Christmas verse addresses the ageless question of whether or not, Christians still accord the proper significance to the real meaning of Christmas.
Is it too late to undo the "Master's" plan? Is our nation even capable of overcoming the overwhelming odds that have been marshaled against us? Have members of our own government betrayed us? Are the odds stacked against America this time? What if? ... what if, ...it's our time to join the ranks of the empires and civilizations, that have perished before us?
In his second of his Christmas Trilogy series Richard A. Marschall elicits the ideas and emotions of the very ones who make and shape our world. Here, he draws on the premise, that the children are our lives, and it is they, who hold the promise of a better tomorrow!
Our world, as we knew it, ... gone in an instant of retaliatory rage of man against man, of dogma against dogma. Thirty-five of our most liberal enclaves, wiped out in the nano-seconds of thirty-five nuclear blasts. No more left-wing ideology, no more socialism, or pre-communist society. Conservatives should have been elated. Did it not signal a return to the days before 911? The opposition was crushed. Hatred, mistrust and false narratives were squelched. Why did he feel the stinging pain of the dead? Why did he harbor the need, to visit the wastelands?
Richard A. Marschall best short stories of the Florida Space Coast, and farther South.
Deadly Encounters - Reviews Aug. 20, 2021 Dr. Lynn Hawkins, Sr. Editor, Taylor & Seale Publishing Wow! An amazing final draft. … consistent crisp dialogue, highly dramatic action, and good flow between plot lines. I’ve given the approval to Dr. Mary Custurerri (owner and CEO of Taylor & Seale Publishing) and will send over the finished book. You did so many drafts, put in so many hours of hard work, and now it’s paid off with a professional product. I’m so excited to see the revisions. Thank you! LynnDr. Lynn Hawkins, Sr. Editor, Taylor & Seale: Editor and publisher
Deadly Encounters – Reviews December 11. 2021 Lynn Duerbeck, Owner & president of Eastern First Aid, Inc. Deadly Encounters was one of the best books I have ever read. The story line followed the original story, (“Gehenna”). It picked up exactly where the first book ended. My, favorite part, was how much more the characters were developed. Their personalities, quirks, and thought processes were well thought out and incredibly portrayed. The book started out, very cleverly outlining all the major events from the first book, so it was easy to gain your place in Deadly Encounters. However, it was also just as well written so that even if you had not read the first book, you could read this book alone without missing anything. It’s almost impossible to put the book down, and when you finally do, it’s in anticipation of what’s to come. There are so many exciting moments, and surprises, that even as you reach the conclusion, you just want the story to continue. Please don't let Justice's journey end with Deadly Encounters. Your loyal readers need more, and are anxiously awaiting your next book.Lynn Duerbeck: President, Eastern First Aid., Inc. avid reader and patron
Gehenna by Richard A. Marschall REVIEWS December 18, 2018 Lynn E. Duerbeck owner and president Eastern First Aid, Inc. patron, reader Fantastic read! Extremely captivating! Characters were so vividly detailed you could see them. Descriptions and details were enough to draw you in but not too much that you lost interest. Quick, easy to read and hard to put down! Can’t wait for the sequel!!!!!Lynn E. Duerbeck
(the) Magic of Christmas by Richard Alfred Marschall Review October 8, 2020 Rose Baptista, award winning, bi-lingual poet Your poetry has sound, movement, development … How nice that you have accomplished such a wonderful task. Congratulations of 7 years of effort! The theme is gorgeous! May this poetry book inspire many readers. It is your second poetry book. I have read the first (First Call * Poetry for the Ages), and I enjoyed reading it. Yes, Brevard has amazing poets like you, I am so grateful!Rose Baptista (Gul Peri) award winning, bi-lingual poet
(the) Magic of Christmas by Richard Alfred Marschall Reviews 2020 Ima Pastula, PhD award winning accomplished author and poet Beautiful new poem book, such talent with verse …Ima Pastula
(the) Magic of Christmas by Richard Alfred Marschall, 2020 Reviews November 25, 2020 Cindy Alix Foley, award winning author, past president Space Coast Writers’ Guild Warm, Spiritual, and Filled With the Magic of Christmas A lovely book to place on the coffee table during the holidays. Richard Marschall’s Christmas poetry carries us away to where the angels sing and then brings us back home where the magic glitters all around the tree. His poetry opens a world of wonder and begs the reader to answer the question “Are We Losing Christmas?” Christmas is the Story. It is the vibrant rainbow of our thoughts … It is tradition and family and Love all wrapped up in beautiful poetry and illustrations of The Magic of Christmas. Nicely done.Cindy Alix Foley award winning author, past president Space Coast Writers' Guild
(the) Magic of Christmas by Richard Alfred Marschall Review February 22, 2021 Giovanna G I bought the paperback from the author at a book event. Beautiful and heartfelt verse narratives that invoke the Christmas spirit. These are very sweet poems written by a gifted poet. I truly felt the spirit of Christmas on every page I turned. My favorite of all was A Season of Love. Awaiting Richard’s next masterpiece.Giovanna G., Patron, reader
(the) Magic of Christmas by Richard Alfred Marschall Review January 4, 2021 Lynn B Brundage Realtor at C. Wilcox Realty, Melbourne, Florida Christmas past The poems are well written and carefully thought out. It, (the anthology), brought back many memories of Christmases past. I am giving the book as Christmas presents next year to some friends. Well written. Thanks to the author for your attention to detail, it was appreciated.Lynn B. Brundage Realtor at C. Wilcox Realty, Melbourne, Florida
(the) Magic of Christmas by Richard Alfred Marschall REVIEWS 2020 Lynn Duerbeck: Owner, president Eastern First Aid, Inc., avid reader and patron … perfect blend of Christmas Magic …Lynn Duerbeck owner, president Eastern First Aid, Inc. avid reader and patron
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