C.B. Doyle


Born in Harlingen Texas and grew up in Albion Michigan to graduate from Albion Collage; I headed off for San Francisco California. There I had many adventures and wore many hats. I sang with several local bands and married Atty.John Doyle. We helped Kathy Peck form H.E.A.R. Hearing Education and Awareness for Rockers an organization to help prevent hearing loss. We then moved to Oregon were I threw myself into full time writing. Starting with the Anthology "Sideshow" How dark is your shadow 2016. Am currently writing a series called "San Francisco 1978" for Punk Globe Magazine and this October 2016 will be the release of my first Novel "In the Shadow of the Other"

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C.B. Doyle's favorite authors on Smashwords

Mary Underwood
Latest book: The Chores. Published March 21, 2011. (5.00 from 2 reviews)

Smashwords book reviews by C.B. Doyle

  • The Believer on April 08, 2011

    This story by Mary Underwood is a satisfying bite :) in its short story form. Yet it leaves one wishing for more. A fun and tantalizing tale. Cornelia
  • The Chores on April 09, 2011

    This is a story of subtleties, deeper even then the gentle web of it's parts. It's flavor reminds just a little of the story "The Lottery" though not quite as horrifying the creep factor just as intense. Nicely spun.
  • M'Ganga's Curse on July 17, 2011

    Mikel Classen speaks here with the voice of an authentic storyteller. For those that love history and horror this is a tale made all the creepier because it hits so close to home.
  • Senn's Vampire on July 17, 2011

    A Vampire story with an interesting twist. Really holds ones attention with that edge of your seat things can go messy bad here grip. Satisfaction guaranteed for Vamp lovers everywhere.
  • The Bigg Man on July 17, 2011

    America has a big history. Here we are introduced a time when Michigan was the land west. A land rich and ripe for plucking and full of characters as rich as any western tale. You are introduced to a great character that could easily leap to the big or small screen.