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Fiero Publishing is a new publisher of popular fiction, currently committed to bringing to electronic and print-on-demand publication the backlist and new works of a select number of authors.

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A Father for Brodie
Price: $1.49 USD. Words: 1,670. Language: English. Published: November 13, 2010 by Fiero Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary, Fiction » Romance » Short stories
Every boy needs a father and Marianne, finally adapting to her life as a widow and single mother, is cautiously optimistic she’s found one in Ryan Ward. Until Ryan begs off on spending the weekend with them and Marianne realizes she’s missed something basic and could lose everything...
The Swimsuit Shop
Price: $1.49 USD. Words: 4,510. Language: English. Published: June 6, 2011 by Fiero Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary, Fiction » Romance » Short stories
(3.50)
Kate works too hard, finally books herself a vacation, then meets the man of her dreams before she can even leave town. But how they meet is too embarrassing for words. And he’s already taken. End of story, right?
Cinnamon Hearts
Series: Stories of Mayville, Book 1. Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 65,790. Language: English. Published: December 18, 2013 by Fiero Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary, Fiction » Romance » General
Running from a broken heart, a big city girl returns to her home town for the holidays only to fall for a childhood friend who’s harboring dark secrets of his own.
Basement Talk
Price: $1.49 USD. Words: 980. Language: English. Published: February 18, 2011 by Fiero Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Horror » General, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
Bad things happen in basements. Like lectures. And knives. And things aren’t always what they seem.
Last One to Hide
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 109,290. Language: English. Published: April 10, 2012 by Fiero Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Suspense, Fiction » Romance » Action/adventure
An urgent plea for protection brings Richard Mackenzie home from Afghanistan on special leave. But when his mission to protect his brother and brother’s family goes horribly wrong, he finds himself on the run with his 6-year-old niece and more questions than answers. And the one person who may be able to help him, a sister-in-law he’s never met, poses a whole other kind of danger.
What a Man Wants
Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 64,800. Language: English. Published: January 11, 2011 by Fiero Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Adult, Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Nata Darrow is Vancouver’s top late-night-social-scene columnist (often using her own hot sexual adventures as material), until a new social scribe appears in a competing paper and starts winning a fanatical following. But Nata is never one to let a competitor go unchallenged. Hidden identities, witty sparring in print, and naked hot sex. Let the best writer win!
Jessica Falls
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 92,450. Language: English. Published: October 11, 2011 by Fiero Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
(5.00)
When an engimatic blonde begs Chicago attorney Weston Long to help her find her stalker, the hunt becomes a road trip, the help becomes obsession. And the prey gets deadly. “Jessica Falls is not a comfortable story, but it’s one you won’t be able to put down...” —Gerald Weinberg,bestselling author of Freshman Murders
Dark Shelter
Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 40,020. Language: English. Published: June 22, 2016 by Fiero Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Crime thriller, Fiction » Horror » Crime
A young woman wakes up to find herself in a basement, strapped to a cot by her professor. Has he saved her from the end of the world like he says? Or is it just the end of her world?


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  • Baby, One More Time on April 13, 2011

    For sheer outrageousness, few writers beat Dave's black humor and quirky charm.
  • How I Sold 1 Million eBooks in 5 Months on June 22, 2011

    Terry Hayman from Fiero Publishing here. I have to say that I'm not a huge fan of John's novels (meaning I'm not his target audience), but after reading this book, I think I'm a fan of him as a person and author. Lots of this stuff really resonated with me and sparked all sorts of ideas. Even had me finally understanding how I could use Twitter in a meaningful way! Thanks for sharing, John.
  • The Taste of Shrimp on June 28, 2011

    A story of a marriage in crisis. Laura Ware does some nice stuff here - getting you to think about the unspoken deals you make going into a marriage, the fears you have, and the ways love can help you past them.
  • Afterburn on July 02, 2011

    Gripping fun. Abrahamson has created an exciting new entry into the fantasy genre with characters who can call on the power of the earth to redraw reality with vellum and ink. And she's got a great kick-ass heroine leading the charge. I was totally into the magic, the characters, the politics of Homeland Security trying to draw the Gifted into their fold. It's an engrossing read with a mind-blowing climax that will have you rethinking just how safe you are if you live in any of nature's danger zones. Looking forward to the next book with Vallon Drake!
  • The Bikini Wedding on July 03, 2011

    A story filled with a heartwarming optimism and quirky sense of humor.
  • Skin and Bone on July 14, 2011

    Some fantasy/sf worlds ease you into them with subtle (or not) explanations of why things are the way they are. Others just plunge you in and challenge you to catch up as the story races forward. This book is definitely of the latter variety. I found myself going WTF a bunch in the beginning, even as I was intrigued by the characters and creepy situations which aren't for the faint of heart. (Eviscerated bodies anyone?) But as everything starts to make more sense and the history of what happened in this alternate reality becomes clear, the tension just keeps on building to a nice pay off - a truly epic battle between a born storyteller and a monster in desperate need to fill himself with stories by crunching/sucking/ripping them out of the bones of his unfortunate victims. Lots of poetry about storytelling and meaning and family and life and death wrapped into a visceral, punch-in-the-gut narrative. Cool beans.
  • Bubba Goes for Broke on July 19, 2011

    Ah, Bubba. And Tiffany. Humor hits everyone differently, but Bawdy's got some good stuff here - involving characters, a real flare for description and situations, and a sense of humor that ranges from painfully honest to head-slappingly, outrageously moronic. When my day was really busy or stressful, this was a great place to come and relax with a few chuckles. There's got to be more Bubba.
  • The Cartographer's Daughter on Oct. 17, 2011

    Echo what the other reviewers have said - a fun book with a broad historical scope, shot through with a neat kind of magic. This is the second Cartos book of Abrahamson's I've read. Other one was Afterburn - same magic system but contemporary adult. It's a magic universe she obviously plans to explore fully and that should make us all very happy.
  • Where There’s a Will There’s a Murder on Feb. 25, 2012

    Weinberg’s Residue Class novels hearken back to the Sherlock Holmes stories where the joy of the writing isn’t brute action (although there are a couple scenes of that in Where There’s a Will…), but rather clever deduction. Even more, Weinberg relishes how all things of this world work, from foreign languages and customs to the computer black boxes of sports cars and, particularly in this novel, the almost farcically-complex rules of estate law. It’s like traveling the world while having an intense chat with a bunch of really interesting, intelligent people. And when those people also have delightful quirks and character growth, like Weinberg’s narrator here – a charmingly-naïve female fifteen-year-old math-genius kleptomaniac named Libby – you know you’re in for a delightful series. Well done.