All of these are available on Amazon, just do a search for C W Buechler, Collin Buechler, Collin W Buechler or some semblance of the title it will likely come up, except for Earth Union Necromancer which I can’t seem to find. They are as cheap as I can make them, and alot of them are free on Kindle. And yes, I am aware I suck at SEO.
The Nightmare Affair is the first in a series of books that follows Holly Grant, a young woman trying to balance the difficulties of moving into a new town, going to a new school, coping with a clique of bullies, and containing her father’s nightmares when they emerge at night. Holly Grant also stumbles upon a mystery hidden within the walls of her new home, a virtual treasure of old toys, photos and memories left behind by a previous owner. With the assistance of her new best friend Julia Pearson, and her constant companion Christian Pierce can Holly Grant solve the mystery buried in her walls, defeat her father’s nightmares, and pass chemistry?
Holly Grant and her best friend Julia Pearson survived the 7th grade and now face a summer of boredom. That is until the pair find themselves entangled in two adventures: Mystery of Split Rock: Dragged out of their comfort zone and to the Northern woods of Minnesota by William Grant, Holly and Julia soon find themselves surrounded by Federal Agents looking for a family of bank robbers hiding in the area of their campgrounds. Ghosts of St. Mary’s: Holly and Julia are confronted by the puzzling events witnessed during a church lock-in. How the strange events at St. Mary’s relate to a coin show robbery is anyone’s guess.
At the beginning of World War II a secret organization was founded in England to combat the Nazi’s Supernatural Weapons Group. Charged with tracking down mystical artifacts M.I. 86 hoped to put a stop to the Baron von Sterb’s plan to use the relics to win the war for Germany. When US Marine Gunnery Sergeant James Dennesy reported for duty, he had no idea he was M.I. 86’s next recruit.
The second book in the thrilling adventures of James Dennesy continue in this, the second book in the MI86 Series.
More James Dennesy, More Rachael Erstweather, and unfortunately more Barron Von Sterb in this third book in the MI86 Series.
Look at this beautiful old tomb, what could this possibly have to do with James Dennesy’s WWII fight against the Nazi’s UWG…read this, the 4th book in the MI86 series to find out.
The battle between MI86 and the UWG rages on in this fifth book in the series, I am pretty certain by now you know the schtick.
When an island surfaces in the middle of the Indian Ocean Jo-Anne Basalt goes searching for her world famous and missing father — Lord Jonathan Basalt. What Jo-Anne finds instead is a race of beings intent on reclaiming their role as the Earth’s dominant life form.
I swear to God i wrote this before that damn Indiana Jones Movie was even thought about.
When a serial killer stalks the small New England settlement of Grovers Corner during the fall of 1586, it falls upon the shoulders of a holy man, Brian Dreamweaver, to save his brothers widow, her two small children, the good townsfolk of Grovers Corner, and, if God is willing, himself. The Harbinger is an ancient evil, a forerunner to the gates of Hell opening. The path of the Harbinger is documented in a single book: “The Grimoire.” This book was hidden within the Church of England until it mysteriously disappeared, but no one seemed to mind; after all, what harm can come from a book?
Angela Bluttsplitter was one mission away from saving her home world, and she was desperate to do so. She figured she could return home before this mission came up and take her place as the princess of her people. Despite the desolation on her planet, she felt as though she might bring hope to its dying populace.Her new mission was a simple task of traveling back in time, changing history and returning to a world no longer burdened by its past, its people no longer starving in the streets and a world no longer oppressed by the memory of the Earth Union. Too bad for her a young cadet, a bumbling lawyer and a militant police commander stood in her way of completing the mission. Then again, they would not have cared if she were not trying to turn the Academys campus into a blood bath and destroy the Earth Union.
The night before Polly’s first day of Kindergarten she has a series of nightmares about what could go wrong. With the help of her father she overcomes her fears to have a great first day of school.
Have you ever wondered what I knew about monsters? Well this isn’t the book for you then because this is a collection of childish tales about what I don’t know about them.
I knew so little about monsters it took to children’s books to describe my ignorance.
Carl is your typical youngest child, he is bright, witty and sees the world in a unique way. With his imaginary friend Shorty the Mouse, and his very real friends Ahmed and the Peters Carl navigates the difficulties of moving into a new neighborhood, starting first grade and surviving his family. Carl the Youngest explores the world through the journal and illustrations of a rather precocious young man. Illustrations have a splash of color when displayed on color readers and tablets, but are equally delightful on the Kindle.
Star Trek The Original Series premiered on our television screens in 1966, over the course of the next three years this widely panned series quietly set the foundation for and launched an empire of four more prime time series, countless books and graphic novels, and no less than a dozen feature films. 140 Characters or Less attempts to shrink each episode of the original adventures of Captain Kirk and the Starship Enterprise into a Twitter, short attention span deficit, “Millennial” friendly format.
An unofficial, comical, often times irreverent look at the longest running science fiction show on television, Doctor Who. More specifically, a series of reviews originally posted to Twitter for the televised stories shown from 1963-1996. Each review is confined to 140 characters or less, including the story title, which makes it a wee bit difficult when you are trying to make critical commentary on “The Greatest Show in the Galaxy,” but we digress.