Saturday, January 21, 2017

The Traces of Treasure Series Winners are:

There's a gold mine out there...find it and it's yours.

Congratulations to 

Elizabeth H - Winner of book ONE-
 THE FEVER

Desiree R - Winner of Book TWO- 
A CURSE THAT BITES DEEP



The Fever 
by Thomas Fenske
Series: Traces of Treasure - Book 1
Publisher: Wings ePress (July 2, 2015)
Publication Date: July 2, 2015
ISBN-10: 1613097719
ISBN-13: 978-1613097717
Genre: Literary Fiction
Print Length: 409 pages
 
"There's a gold mine out there ... find it and it's yours."
This deathbed confession set the wheels of fate in motion and Sam Milton's life was never the same. Armed with a cryptic riddle and some scant details about a puzzling myth, he set out on a quest that crossed the expanse of Texas.
The realistic, matter-of-fact storytelling will suck you into Sam's world and you'll find yourself absorbed by the suspense and mystery of his obsession. It's not so much about the goal, it's about his struggle of self and purpose, as he seeks an elusive path to success and redemption. 
As you hike along in his dusty boots,  you'll begin to wonder to yourself, how far would you go to feed your fever?



A Curse That Bites Deep
by Thomas Fenske

Series: Traces of Treasure - Book 2
Publisher: Wings ePress (October 1, 2016)
Publication Date: October 1, 2016
Genre: Mystery
Print Length: 246 pages
 
After years of frustration and sacrifice, Sam Milton’s life seems to be on track. In The Fever he got the girl, he found the mine, and he hopes he'll soon have the gold, but he forgot one minor detail: the curse and its ripples are affecting almost everyone around him.





Texas native Thomas Fenske currently lives in North Carolina but he allows a combined hankering for Chicken-Fried Steak, Chili, Texas BBQ, and real, honest-to-goodness Tex-Mex food be the guiding force in his writing life.
He has driven farm-to-market highways and county roads in search of the best local food.
He's ridden the back country looking for lost calves (well, once, anyway), and hiked the Guadalupe Mountains.
He's rafted the Rio Grande and suffered through waves of mosquitoes in The Big Thicket. He's endured hurricanes and ice storms, battled hail, wind, floods, and blistered in the heat of the long Texas summers.
Why did he leave? He asks himself that almost every day and longs to return (actually, it was for a job to better provide for his family).
He'd like to say he was a product of the famed writing program at the University of Houston, but in fact that program came into being the year after he graduated. This is but one of dozens of similar coincidences that have been the story of his life ...
He and his lovely wife of thirty years currently share their home with eight cats and one ninety-something pound dog. Somehow, he manages to write amidst the chaos.
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