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Michele Gwynn Books In Order

Publication Order of Harvest Books

Harvest (2011) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Hybrids (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Census (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Angelic Hosts Books

Camael's Gift (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Camael's Battle (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Sophie's Wish (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Checkpoint, Berlin Books

Exposed (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Evolution of Elsa Kreiss (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Redemption of Joseph Heinz (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Making of Herman Faust (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Soldiers of Patch-Com Books

Secondhand Soldier (2019) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Special Forces: Operation Alpha Green Beret Books

Rescuing Emma (2018) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Loving Leisl (2019) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Freeing Fatima (2019) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Saving Christmas (2019) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Darkest Communion (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Queen's Island (2019) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Collections

Fractured (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Picture Books

The Cat Who Wanted to be a Reindeer (2018) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Short Stories/Novellas

Waiting a Lifetime (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Accidentally, On Purpose (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Hiring John (2019) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Michele E. Gwynn is a former online content writer and journalist. Having written for many renowned magazines and newspapers, she finally decided to go for her dream and wrote her first fiction novel Harvest in 2011. Since then she has published in a variety of genres from horror/science fiction, crime thrillers, supernatural mystery, paranormal and contemporary romance. She has won a variety of awards and been on several bestseller lists including Amazon UK and Amazon US. Michele’s series include the “Harvest Trilogy,” “Angelic Hosts,” “Checkpoint, Berlin” and “Soldiers of Patch-Com.” She has also penned several single standing novels such as “Darkest Communion” and “Queen’s Island” and a collection of short stories titled “Fractured.”

Gwynn loves to describe herself as a supporter of animal rights, women’s rights, and an unapologetic news junkie and advocate for the protection of the environment. She is a progressive though she was never brought up with money as she spent her life without much and hence understands how much work it takes to make it. Michele’s father worked in the military and she was born while he was stationed in Germany though she was raised by her mother in the south of Texas. Aged only ten, Michele was diagnosed with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis which was quite a devastating thing. However, she refused to be held down by her prognosis and while she was expected to die in a few years she went on to thrive instead of wither away. In 2008, she graduated from San Antonio College with a degree in Broadcast Technology and this paved the way for a career in journalism after she had been working in medical referrals and billing for more than a decade. As a journalist, she traveled all over Europe interviewing all manner of people and celebrities as a writer and editor for Hearst Corp and online websites such as Examiner. She also stretched her talents and worked in PR where she worked for the likes of West Coast Leather – San Francisco, FashionErotica Magazine NY among others for whom she wrote press releases/kits, did their social media and marketing. She has also been a website contributor and editor and freelanced as a book editor. The message of hope in her stories is a testament to her passion for equality and justice.

Michele Gwynn has always loved writing and wrote her first piece of fiction as a third grader. She has come a long way since then as she has published several bestselling novels and highly successful series in a variety of genres. She has always been a very creative person with an appreciation of twisty plots, one hell of an imagination and a desire to talk about important social issues. For instance, a recurrent theme in her award-winning “Checkpoint, Berlin” detective series is the abduction of children and women and human trafficking. Given her passion for social issues and justice, she writes about good but flawed people that do their best to help each other because that is who they are. She writes raw in your face narratives and has said that she hopes to inspire and entertain her readers with intelligent plots sprinkled with humor, real-world facts, a hint of steam, and a touch of romance.

Michele Gwynn’s debut novel “Harvest” opens to a UFO being sighted and states that this is a true story which makes for an eerie start to the “Harvest Trilogy.” Dave the lead character had been a member of the “Future Farmers of America” as a high schooler. The club had visited Black Angus cattle farm and been witness to how cattle were prodded and then loaded on trucks to be led into the slaughterhouse. It was sickening how the cattle were treated as they were driven hard with some even breaking legs in the process. It seemed the owners did not care as long as they got the cattle to the market, they fed the town and got their money. Several years later, one of those students is driving his truck home when hr suddenly sees a bright light following his truck only to wake up to find his truck had careened into a ditch. This starts a long nightmare as he tries to find out the cause of the bizarre happenings in the small farming town in Oklahoma. It is a frightening science fiction tale with a good dose of creep that also includes a moral lesson.

Michele Gwynn’s “Hybrids” is set in 1962 where Sergeant Wilkins cannot wait to be done with his military contract. He is stationed at Schertz, Texas, where he has been guarding an underground bunker and it has not been a very interesting job. But then he is drawn into a conspiracy to cover the homicide of a top research specialist by high ranking government officials that is five decades old. The secret they had tried so much to keep buried was coming back and it seems the murdered man may just have his justice. Colonel Louis Reed had been the biggest beneficiary from the information the Air Force had unearthed on a football field fifty-two years ago. But now he and his fellow conspirators are in great danger when there is an explosion under the football field where they had made their fortunes. In the meantime, Jay Hernandez and Danny Edwards thought high school was boring until they see strange blue orbs over Schertz and are gassed by some unknown entity. Turns out that Danny’s grandfather has some information that aliens want and this puts his family, his girlfriend and best friend Jay in peril. Their hometown is under attack but they cannot hope for any help given that the military has cut off the city from the outside world as the sulfuric and deadly creatures advance on it. Can the three teenagers be the saviors of their hometown even as time is running out?

“Census,” the third novel by Michele Gwynn is the epic finale of the “Harvest Trilogy.” After Schertz the city that had secretly developed and tested a deadly serum on its people was flattened, the action has shifted to Marion Texas. It is such a small town that you would miss it if you glanced down once, driving through it. Small as it is, it has enterprising residents and the Chamber of Commerce just awarded a local butchery owner with the “Tastiest Meats in Town” award. John Hester operates the meat business that has been in his family for decades, providing high-quality meat for residents and people from the surrounding countryside. When he makes friends with Jack Callaghan a retired firefighter and new resident, things start getting bizarre. Residents are going missing and Callaghan’s investigations reveal that they have been disappearing for decades. But then he and his wife start getting threats asking them to either stop their investigations or suffer the consequences. Jack cannot leave as he just bought a house but now need to work with the FBI to unravel a decades-long mystery that the federal Census may just have been complicit in.

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