Angela Dublin

Biography

Angela Dublin is the Author of several books, (Children's and Thriller's). Banjo Bongo Bug's Greatest Adventures and Bringing in the Clown are both available via Amazon. They Watch, (Thriller) as an e-book will be available Apr. 1, 2013. She is currently working on her newest Novel, Drogheda, A Viking Saga.based on Ivarr, the boneless.
She loves Writing, Reading, Artwork, Painting, and Movies. She lives just outside Tonasket, WA., on the banks of the Okanogan. Angela has a beautiful German Shepherd, Kika, that is her constant Companion and friend, and who is the reason she is working on another Novel, Dogs of War. A moving story of our Canine Hero's.
Angela has written short stories for several magazines, won several poetry awards and many achievements with her paintings. She attended College in Puyallup, Washington. She has also owned and managed three business's over the past twenty years.
She has two beautiful Adult Children, Josh and Britt who have given her four wonderfully entertaining Grand Children. Angela resides in Okanagon County with her German Shepherd, Kika.

Smashwords Interview

When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
I love to dabble in Oil Painting and turn old Saws into beauty. If I am not painting, you can find me down at the Kuhler's Bar and Grill hanging out with the locals, playing pool, or enjoying a nice dinner. I also try to work out at least 40 minutes of each day, whether that be running, walking, Pilates, anything that gets my heart moving and makes me feel rejuvenated. Oh and I forgot to mention, I and my Shepherd love playtime too.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Yes I do. It was a short story about abused Children and how a little boy who was no bigger than a shrub tried to shield and protect his sister from their abusive father. Hiding in the dark, fearing for their lives, heart pounding in their ears was a nightly encounter. The neighbors turned a deaf ear to the cries of those two small children, most believing it was none of their business, and yet, had just one of those neighbors taken the initiative, those children would have had a chance at a normal life. A child cries, but no one hears, or perhaps no one wants to hear. Finally a passer by hears their tortured screams as the abusive man continues his drunken rampage with his fists to small forms, and he dials 911 and goes in to help those children. Rescued and safe, they grow up. But nothing is ever normal, and one day the young girl gets a call. Her brother had jumped from the bridge. Behind he left a note. The last words were, Hey sister will you remember me? I will remember you and love you through eternity, but I am not you and I can't take the nightmares anymore. I realized today that I will never be normal and decided that I had to end the agony. I am sorry. I still remember that story and it is a frighteningly real one for it happens all the time.
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Where to find Angela Dublin online


Where to buy in print


Books

They Watch
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 48,580. Language: American English. Published: May 26, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General, Fiction » Science fiction » General
A famous Novelist disappears on Highway 97. Her beautiful black Labrador companion is also missing. Ten years earlier, a young woman is cut to pieces by a presumed killer. More recently, women have been disappearing in the Okanogan Mountains outside of Tonasket, Washington. Someone or something is out there, waiting, watching. It is time. Time to feed.

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