Steve Bartholomew


Steve Bartholomew (called "Bart" by everyone except the IRS) resides in the small town of Lakeport, California. He chose this place to live because, if not the most beautiful place in the world, it was the best he had yet seen. He moved there after a lifetime spent in big cities, mainly New York and San Francisco. He describes himself as a "recovering social worker." He spent a lot of time in places like East Harlem and the Tenderloin. One lesson he learned from this experience is that there's no such thing as an ordinary person.

He also spends a great deal of time studying history and archeology, both of which are about people. He was a member of the Epigraphic Society and had several articles published about ancient artifacts. He's also an active member of the Lake County, California Historical Society. Nowadays, he spends his time looking for petroglyphs and studying more history. He has discovered that the most fantastic tales are the ones that really happened.

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Journey to Rhyolite
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 51,000. Language: English. Published: April 4, 2009 by NorLightsPress. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
Nathaniel had his reasons for his journey to Rhyolite, the greatest boom town in the west. He hoped to find what the snallygaster had been taken from him. Some believed it was simply an old legend, this snallygaster that could snatch away those you loved. Nathanial knew better. It had taken Annabelle, the love of his life, and he had reason to believe she might be there.
Chapel Perilous
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 55,030. Language: English. Published: January 14, 2010 by NorLightsPress. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Urban
Benjamin Wilson has always been a bit different: he sees ghosts and has the uncanny ability to sense impending danger. He hides his psychic gifts by keeping people at a distance, but a sinister group of men, bent on exploiting his ability, threatens all Ben holds dear. He goes on the run. Along the way, he discovers a paradox: his only path to safety leads to a most dangerous place.

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