B. B. Hartwich


About the Author…
Originally from Denmark, B. B. Hartwich visited Washington State in 2004 and met his future wife, Angela. Two years later, he made the physical move to the United States, and the couple was happily married, making him an immediate stepfather to two wonderful girls; they are now joined by two more children, one girl and one boy.
B. B. Hartwich worked as a Security Officer in downtown Portland for four years. During that time, he wrote his first book, but it took another four years to find Kimberly Dunn of Dunn Editing (http://www.dunn-editing.com/), an editor whom he believed was just the right one. Together they have refined the manuscript into a finished product. And Kaysie Donat a local artist that with B. B.’s ideas made a wonderful cover for his first book.
B. B. is a family man, spending most of his free time with his kids and wife, and works swing shifts for a rental car company driving the shuttle bus. Aside from writing, he enjoys the outdoors, prospecting, metal detecting, coin collecting, and computer gaming.

Where to find B. B. Hartwich online


The Lindman Story - Freelance Fighter
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 78,690. Language: English. Published: January 10, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Military
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
Join Captain Kront Tallin and his crew of Freedom Fighters aboard the intergalactic shuttle the Lindman as it roams through space, defying odds and making the ultimate sacrifice. What do they find aboard the Grimond Wolf shuttle in Part I? Who is the traitor in Part II? Will Helena survive the blast in Daniel’s room, or will the ship lose an important member of its crew?

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alien    drama    heroics    love    military    murder    scifi    space    treason    treasure    war   

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Smashwords book reviews by B. B. Hartwich

  • Yetzirah: The Pocket Worlds - The Butterfly on Sep. 18, 2012

    I have read many many books and I have to say not many hit as many feelings as Pam Bainbridge-Cowan's Yetzirah - The pocket worlds. It made me smile, laugh, nod in agreement and even cry. I have to say it is a very well written book and I hope to read many more of this kind form Pam Bainbridge-Cowan.