Shadow Games

Rated 4.78/5 based on 18 reviews
Have you ever felt someone look over your shoulder when you’re alone? Have you ever heard a disembodied voice shout your name in an empty room? If so, you've met the Shadow People.
Fraternal twins Paris and Alexandra Fox have. In fact they can see them. Who are these people and what do they want? Could it have something to do with their recently deceased parents and the secrets they were hiding? More
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About Doug Welch

Although I'm a retired community college instructor, I lived another life and acquired a wide range of experiences before my teaching and now author gig. I served the U.S. Navy and my country in Vietnam. I repaired robots and automated equipment in the aerospace industry. I was publicity chairman of the California Belly Dance Association for a while, actor in a motion picture, Manufacturing Engineer and Regional Chairman of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, and finally Professor of Manufacturing Technology at a local community college. Name it, and I've likely done it.
However, despite threatening to do so for many years, I'd never written a book. At least, until now. It's a lot of work. You really, really have to love it. Fortunately, (or unfortunately) I do love it and plan to continue it as long as I can type, scribble or speak.
Stay tuned for more. (See my website,Facebook and my blog for new books.)

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Review by: oldhorsegirl on Feb. 15, 2016 :
Well written, engaging, I'd definitely recommend reading

Enjoyable read
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Review by: Tony Lambert on Sep. 9, 2012 :
I enjoyed this book! Looking forward to the next one,
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Review by: MB Crandell on June 25, 2012 :
I was introduced to your writing on B&N with 'Shadow Games.' I've read a few of your books and have to say you've done a great job world building, character building and keeping the reader (me) thoroughly engaged in the process. It's always a treat to come across an Indie author with talent. I read anywhere between 5 - 10 books a week and am always on the lookout for good authors. I've marked you as a favorite and hey, thank you for sharing your work! It's always a treat to read something by you.
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Review by: LastRedwitch on May 5, 2012 :
Good story with a reasonable plot. Consider an unbiased editor and alow red ink. Extended descriptions of a beautiful day or place, pages of copulation details just because you can, and very sparse character details drop this reader out of the story into scanning to find the interesting story again. Check out C J Cherry for some of the best character development and handling of sensuality and sexual tension in the genra.
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Review by: Bret Bovard on April 13, 2012 : (no rating)
An enjoyable read. Left me wanting to get the next one.
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Review by: j Go on April 10, 2012 :
I loved the idea of this book -- it encompassed a whole new idea, something rarely seen.

I was, as I often am, frustrated by grammatical/typographical errors. It seems more and more people, and not only authors, need a better editor.

Even though Mr. Welch is a new author, I can he will improve with age and experience. This first book was well done even if the characters could have been a bit better developed.

I look forward to reading more by Mr. Welch.
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Review by: edward call on Oct. 29, 2011 :
You don't write like an amateur.
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Review by: Irene Kueh on Sep. 27, 2011 :
Very well written! I am glad that a man wrote this book because sometimes I wonder if men have thoughts about their feelings for someone like women do:) Also, I actually stopped reading and googled Shadow Folks/People when you first mentioned in your book:) and they are real... Believe it or not, I've seen one or two before... And always wondered what they are and while reading your book, my 'eyes' are open. Thank you again. I look forward to reading your next book:) Well done!
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Review by: Melvin Minaar on July 16, 2011 :
Very well written entertainment! Good job, Doug!
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