Tribute Books

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Tribute Books celebrates its 7th year in 2011 as a independent publisher for independent writers.

I am proud to provide graphic design, quality printing, national distribution and book promotion for writers with an entrepreneurial spirit.

Publishing a book takes guts. An author needs to possess the courage to share his or her voice with the world. It is an investment of time, money and energy to transform a rough manuscript into a polished work. I applaud risk takers and strive to provide them with an outlet for their creations.

In many ways, it takes one to know one, and I too have rolled the dice throughout my life.

After graduating from Marywood University and time spent as an associate editor for a local magazine, I set up a publishing company - in of all places - Archbald, Pennsylvania - where I was born and raised.

Why did I do such a crazy thing?

Because I love the behind-the-scenes process of creating your book cover, formulating an attractive layout for your pages, faxing press releases to the media to announce your book launch – that's what gives me a thrill.

The best part of my job is when you see your book for the first time on Amazon.com or when you sign your name across the title page at a book signing. I love to see people realize a dream they thought to be impossible.

Because even in these crazy times – isn't that what America's all about?


Nicole Langan
Owner, Tribute Books


Tribute Books was a finalist for the
2005 Bank of America/Great Valley Young Entrepreneur Award

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A Privilege: The Angel Chronicles, Book 3
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Series: The Angel Chronicles, Book 3. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 84,270. Language: English. Published: April 4, 2013 by Tribute Books. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance
The beloved Angel/Warrior team face pure evil in their final climactic story!
Gilded Wings: The Angel Chronicles, Book 2
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Series: The Angel Chronicles, Book 2. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 70,800. Language: English. Published: October 1, 2012 by Tribute Books. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance
The Beloved Angel/Warrior Team from Until Next Time Returns! When Matt and Emily are sent on their second mission they have no idea how truly dark human nature can become…
Spectral
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 87,510. Language: English. Published: March 27, 2012 by Tribute Books. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance
With new realities surfacing, unexplained powers appearing, and two tempting boys vying for her heart, Jewel battles to learn who she can trust in an ever growing sea of lies, hoping she’ll make it through her seventeenth birthday alive.
Until Next Time: The Angel Chronicles, Book 1
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Series: The Angel Chronicles, Book 1. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 74,290. Language: English. Published: January 24, 2012 by Tribute Books. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance
From murder to redemption, an angel/warrior team must find a way to keep the faith they have in each other in a world that's ripping them apart.


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  • Ride to Redemption on Oct. 10, 2014

    In the realm of romantic fiction, male authors are a rarity and when men do pen a romance, they tend to write from the woman's point of view. Not so with DJ Wilson. With his protagonist D, Wilson doesn't just dip his toe into the waters of eroticism, he jumps in with both feet. As a debut writer, he boldly dives into the territory of E L James and Sylvia Day, but instead he allows readers to experience these kinds of imagined scenarios from a guy's perspective. It's a gutsy thing to do because Wilson is so honest in his portrayal of D. He holds nothing back. D isn't politically correct. He's full of locker room bravado. He's the type of guy who's going to brag about his conquests the morning after. D is all about the physical, even if he claims he wants something more substantial. Ultimately, he's after "someone who could see things through my eyes." And really, what man doesn't want that? There's more than a hint of fantasy to Wilson's writing. D is looking for the perfect someone, the kind that doesn't exist. Reality is too messy and complicated for him to find a woman gift wrapped to his specifications. No matter how many fallen stars he wishes on, it's not going to happen. In fact, Wilson gives the usual preconceived notions a twist when it comes to gender expectations by having D say, "I'm not a toy to be played with, just to be discarded, when the fun runs out. Huff!!!! Sounds like a woman's complaint, I've heard too many times before. Go figure." The exultation of breath and the four exclamation points help drive the point home - both men and women want to be desired for more than their bodies, they want to be wanted for who they are. There's a tension that exists in the narrative. D succumbs to Candi's charms because he likes that she's a good listener. He's had a slew of problems in recent years from marital to financial, and he's all about starting from scratch. D is crossing his fingers that Candi can be the key to his making a fresh start. He's lonely and looking for companionship, but the two of them end up spending more time fooling around than forging any type of lasting bond. When it comes down to it, all relationships are about trust. If it's not there, it's not going to work, period. When details of Candi's background come to light, D is rocked to his core. He was starting to give his heart to this woman, and now he's in too deep to get out unscathed. In the beginning D said, "I silently wished that Candi could be a part of that hope I'd felt this morning and that we wouldn't end up as heartache later on." As the first book in Wilson's series concludes, it looks like D is not going to get his wish. He's left reeling when Candi throws him a curveball, scratching his head at how these events could have transpired. He thought he knew her. He thought that even after she revealed all of her painful secrets, there weren't anymore shocking revelations to have to endure. Boy, was he wrong. But not all is as it seems from D's vantage point. There's more going on than he's aware of. Wilson teases the reader into his newly released follow-up, creating a momentum to catapult the story forward. It's a trick of the trade to leave the reader wanting more, but in this case it's justified because it fully encapsulates the angst that D is feeling as the final chapter unfolds. Should he give Candi another chance? Should readers? If this ride is all about redemption, then Wilson's urging everyone to stay tuned, because it's not over yet.