"If you like adventure novels where action ignites on the first page and accelerates relentlessly toward an explosive conclusion, look no further than SR Staley's latest, Tortuga Bay. Staley excels at transporting readers deep into the fictional world of Isabella, an escaped Hispaniola slave girl turned pirate captain. The story delivers rip-roaring, ship-to-ship combat amped up by social justice and gender issues." Donna Meredith, award winning author of Wet Work, The Color of Lies, and The Glass Madonna. Check out the full review here.Tortuga Bay is now available and earning 5-star reviews!
The Tortuga Bay launch party is set for Barnacle Bill's Seafood Restaurant in Tallahassee.
Saturday, September 19, 2015
1-3 pm, ET
Check out the flyer here.
The sequel to The Pirate of Panther Bay
is now available on amazon.com, bn.com, syppublishing.com and other on-line retailers.
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St. Nic., Inc. Selected as RPLA Finalist!
My modern-day re-imagination of the Santa Clause myths, St. Nic, Inc., has made it to the final round of the Royal Palm Literary Awards sponsored by the Florida Writers Association!
Did you know....
Reason magazine calls St. Nic, Inc. a "comic thriller"!
Writing in the January 2015 issue of Reason magazine, Books Editor Jesse Walker notes that when the pattern of financial transactions mirrors that of a international drug cartel, "a bona fide War on Christmas begins." Staley draws on his experience a frequent contributor to the public affairs magazine and his work as an economist at Florida State University to describe "NP Enterprises, an Arctic software firm and toy distribution network run by one Nicole Klaas. Nicole, the fourth Klaas to run the family business, relies heavily on the skills of the world's little people, for whom the company's polar community is a haven against the discrimination they face down south."