Tonya S. Rothe
Tonya S. Rothe is a freelance writer, editor, and graphic designer with over 10 years of experience. She holds a Bachelors in English Literature and a Masters in Humanities, enjoys reading and writing fiction, and discovering and promoting fellow authors. She lives in the Greater Seattle Area with her husband and four spoiled kitties.
With all of the Hell on earth occurring these days, the one place that one can expect to find refuge is the church. But what happens when the church is in direct correlation with Hell? What unfolds as the church is found to be built atop portals to Hell, as demons enter into the services, the pastors, and the people seeking solace?
What once was thought of as a conspiracy is now moving to reality, as new world agenda’s are exposed. In great detail, the layers of the character’s lives are peeled away, revealing graphic circumstances that will change them forever; for there is a worst fate that could be faced.
However, the story does not end without the deep, dark, underworld being revealed. Does Hell exist? Who is worthy of its torment and destruction? In this tale, you may be surprised! The story will captivate you, encompass you, and almost consume you before releasing you to your own thoughts; which may be scarier than fiction.
Riveting, intriguing, controversial, terrifying? Hell…Yes! More info →
Taken in by an aunt bent on ridding herself of this unexpected burden, Baby Teegarten plots her escape using the only means at her disposal: a voice that brings church ladies to righteous tears, and makes both angels and devils take notice. "I'm going to New York City to sing jazz," she brags to anybody who'll listen. But the Big Apple--well, it's an awful long way from that dry patch of earth she'd always called home.
So when the smoky stages of New Orleans speakeasies give a whistle, offering all sorts of shortcuts, Emily Ann soon learns it's the whorehouses and opium dens that can sidetrack a girl and dim a spotlight...and knowing the wrong people can snuff it out.
Jazz Baby just wants to sing--not fight to stay alive. More info →