Rise of the Sanguine Moon by John Henry "Doc" Holliday

Two lifelong friends follow their dream to buy a town out west

Rise of the sanguine moon


Rise of the Sanguine Moon is a story of two friends who turn a dream into reality, encountering obstacles, crazy love and Indian lore along the way.  But then again, don’t all of us have dreams we seek to come true? Climb on board, fasten your seatbelt and prepare for a very turbulent ride……. 

Genre: FICTION / Romance / General

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Suspense

Language: English

Keywords: friendships, dreams, love, sex, folklore, family, humor, western, travel

Word Count: 120,822

Sales info:

Just published week after Christmas with some sales already in.

Sample text:

. The roommates had gone their separate ways at graduation with Tal headed out to tackle the world in New York City and Ian remaining behind to attend and graduate from Harvard Law.“Ian, let’s grab another drink to take to the room,” Tal suggested, “we’ve got time, let’s just grab one here and people watch.” Ian was agreeable and ordered two Grey Goose’s on the rocks with a twist. Tal snickered at the order and uttered, “an Englishman drinking French vodka, isn’t that sacrilegious or something?” “Get stuffed,” Ian replied. They took their drinks to a table where they could sit and have a view of the lobby and the passing guest. The hotel was one of the chosen sites as a host for the homecoming. As they sipped, they glanced at all the passing faces for familiar ones. From behind a voice interrupted their sightings. “My God, it’s Ian Green and the Abominable snowman!”. Both heads snapped around and there stood Angela McCarthy, known as Angel, and the most popular girl in the class of ’92. Ian was staring speechless at the vision of beauty, who hadn’t changed a day since graduation. Tal, who hadn’t appreciated Angel in school or now after her snowman comment, looked her up and down, then replied, “well, well, if it’s not Ms. Goody two-shoes, are you working this bar or just lost?” “Now, now, Talbert, did I hurt your feelings,” Angel responded in a feigned caring voice, “ I actually like the hair and beard, it hides your face.” “Geez, this is like a time warp back to high school, between you two, can we just agree to be nice for the weekend?” Ian pled. Angel stuck her tongue out, while Tal shot her a bird, then all three broke down in laughter.

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Tochukwu Benedict Ezeifekwuaba
Author review:
Great Job
Already translated. Translated by Tochukwu Benedict Ezeifekwuaba
Author review:
Great Job
Already translated. Translated by Tochukwu Benedict Ezeifekwuaba
Author review:
Great Job
Already translated. Translated by Cristina López
Author review:
Quick and accurate. Pleasant to deal with

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