NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Winterwolf Press author Miranda Spigener-Sapon, Showrunner/Creator of Amazon Prime series Marisa Romanov to Moderate Panels at BookExpo/BookCon 2019 & Promote the Release of her Novel, Charles: A Marisa Romanov Story
"Miranda Spigener-Sapon’s first prequel from Winterwolf Press, Charles: A Marisa Romanov Story is...
"Los Angeles, California Feb 4, 2019 (Issuewire.com) - Miranda Spigener-Sapon’s first prequel of...
Winterwolf Press Acquires High-Profile Authors Miranda Spigener-Sapon and Gunter Swoboda at Book Expo America
"Amazon Prime Showrunner Miranda Spigener-Sapon’s book Charles: A Marisa Romanov Story has been...
Listed in order of publication.
April 1, 2018
Have you ever wondered what happens when we die? Do you have a relative that is passing over and would like more information about what your loved on is going through?
From first-hand experiences, Christine shares what it’s like to die and come back to life. She gives detailed accounts about what happens on the other side, and how death can bring new hope to life.
Howl of the Wild: An Anthology
May 9, 2018
Featuring poetry and prose by: Gregory Luce, Carol Deering, Arthur Mitchell, Melissa Huff, Melissa Calderon-Rougié, Kayla Miller, Burton L. Carlson, Molly Murray, Patti Palmer-Baker, Virginia Barrett, Suzanne Cottrell, Lynne Reeder, Austin Miller, Robert Morgan Fisher, Lauren Johnson, Richard Smith, and Barry McNeil.
The Howl of the Wild is a delightful journey through nature, sure to please fans of poetry and nature in equal measure.
Written by Russ Thompson
October 2, 2020
The Loop Breaker: A Beacon and the Darkness takes us through a time of tumultuous change for sixteen-year-old Lee Ann Daniels who is recovering from the death of her mother. Lee Ann is forced to deal with this tragic loss while experiencing the culture shock of being forced to move in with her father who lives in the tiny town of Laverne. Lee Ann has no desire to return to this piece of nowhere nestled in the wooded hills of Tennessee, a place where she was born but never really knew.
Written by Gunter Swoboda
May 1, 2021
Mountains Of The Sea is a watershed voyage of epic proportions that takes you through the volatile moods of an historic Hawaiian ocean culture where Walter Beaumont comes face to face with political intrigue, war, and the most enigmatic experience for an English aristocrat—that of riding the giant swells of Hawai’i.