FREE EBOOK: Bottom Feeders by Jerry Roth

FREE EBOOK: Bottom Feeders by Jerry Roth

From July 2 to July 5, 2020, Bottom Feeders by Jerry Roth is free to download on Amazon

About the Book

Bottom Feeders

Would you recognize the Devil if you met him?

A decaying prison hides a dark secret. Robert Deville, the youngest prison warden in the history of the state, never expected to feel a supernatural connection in a prison. After discovering a diary, Robert learns a prisoner, rumored to be the Devil, was hidden away under his feet.

Was this prisoner responsible for a fire that killed hundreds of prisoners? Did he play a part in the murder of a local family years earlier? Robert must learn the prisoner’s true identity and unravel why he hasn’t aged in decades.

Surviving a relationship with an abusive ex-husband, Jenny Deville is dealing with the pain of her past. Noticing a sudden change in her son’s behavior, and his horrifying drawings of murders, no child should ever witness, she must discover the cause.

As local children mysteriously disappear, there is little time to prove who the killer really is.


About the Author

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Jerry Roth is a graduate from The Ohio State University where he studied English Literature. He has written for Ohio newspapers and sports articles for the Disc Golf Pro Tour. His fiction career began as a screenwriter. He currently lives in Ohio with his wife Tricia and his three children Jesse, Lea, and Nick. After reading The Stand by Stephen King, he became passionate about creating his own work of fiction. Bottom Feeders is his debut novel.

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FREE EBOOK: What to Do About Mama?

FREE EBOOK: What to Do About Mama?

From May 8 to May 10, 2020, What to Do About Mama? is free to download on Amazon

About the Book

Everyone is a potential caregiver—sometimes caring for multiple generations of family members at once. This is a role many of us are ill-prepared for, and can overwhelm us. So where do we turn for advice and assistance?

What to Do about Mama offers guidance to present and future caregivers—based on the pragmatic and emotional “real-life” experiences of the co-authors and other caregivers who have openly and honestly shared their challenges, their heartaches, and their joys in caregiving.

It is by regular people in the trenches—people like you. It will help you develop realistic goals, expectations, and strategies to keep your sanity through all the trials and tribulations of caregiving. A new chapter added to this second edition, “The Aftermath of Caregiving,” examines ideas for how to meet the future caregiving needs of those in our care, while lightening avoidable burdens.

Your experiences may be similar to or different from those of the caregivers featured here, but their stories are likely to resonate with anyone who has cared for a loved one—or will in the future.


About the Authors

Barbara Matthews author

Barbara G. Matthews has lived a life of care. After her time as a care manager for the Area Agency on Aging of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, she “retired” to become a full-time caregiver to her mother-in-law, inspiring her to write this book.

Barbara Trainin Blank

Barbara Trainin Blank is a writer and editor now based in Maryland. In addition to What It Do About Mama?, she also wrote and published Mary Sachs: Merchant Princess, a biography of a successful entrepreneur in Harrisburg, PA.

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