NEWS: I removed "the Route Home," which is now available at the Bonanza Brand website. If you want me to send you a copy please email me here.
Commercial behind me, I am working on a blog of the experience, which was incredible! I never imagined making a commercial where I was the focus would be so intense. I only hope it turns out okay, and we'll see it as schedule sometime in July. I also got a professional photo done, but honestly, I'm just going to use them on my book covers. They just don't look like me to me. Also a NEW STORY can be found on the link tab, for a limited time. Download your copy now!
I had an epiphany - my style of nonfiction historical writing is the same as that for journalists, show the events that happened objectively and let readers and viewers make up their own minds. See more on my blog. This is the roots of JOURNALISTIC HISTORY, right here.
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Monette Bebow-Reinhard spent years, while raising children, satisfying her artistic bent by acting, directing and writing plays. She began writing movie scripts in 1975; in 1993 she gained access to the world of Bonanza through contact with its producer/creator, David Dortort. After three years, during which they wrote scripts together, she convinced him she could write Bonanza material, and became the next authorized Bonanza writer with two novels published, now in 2nd and 3rd editions. She continues to write movie scripts and has won several minor awards. Her first Bonanza novel, Felling of the Sons, won two awards; a first and a second place.
Bebow-Reinhard’s most recent publication is Civil War & Bloody Peace: Following Orders, a major nonfiction that began as her master's thesis. After 20 years of research to pull it together and 10 years of querying publishers, she felt the time was right to put it out herself.
CIVIL WAR & BLOODY PEACE: FOLLOWING ORDERS – a soldier's orders that are followed between 1862 and 1884 show relevance to today's world. Divisiveness today is easier to understand, and maybe even to deal with when we see the similarities related to race and equal rights. How did we get this way?
FELLING OF THE SONS – In 1860 Nevada, after the Paiute War, a father fights a nemesis out to destroy all he loves. His dilemma, when all three of his sons are in danger in different directions, which one does he rescue first?
MYSTIC FIRE – The Civil War in the East reaches Nevada when runaway slaves are sent to find a Cartwright to help stop Lincoln and end up tearing the family apart.
DANCING WITH CANNIBALS – Are cannibals monsters or real people? You might be surprised. Follow the adventures of two colonists to the Belgian Congo in 1906 and discover the reason some cultures eat human flesh, and how they struggled in this historical fiction to keep their world from being decimated.
ALIEN LOVERS – This adventure into the source of the human soul pairs a vampire with an alien who is bent on turning the Earth "back." A must read for the trilogy adventure "Journal of an Undead."
GRAVEYARD: A dead woman chases her identical twin to a new town in this hilarious attempt to claim her husband and her children, getting them all mixed up in some afterlife hi-jinx.
THE BIGHORN DECEIT: A soldier who befriends Custer follows disingenuous orders to the Little Bighorn.
AWAKENED: In 1503 Greece a cowardly Janissary Turk soldier falls for a Sultan's slave. They are killed trying to escape and he returns as vrykolakas—vampire. She follows him in spiritual form to help him learn to fight his thirst.
POS AMERIKA or RIO GRANDE RIVER WALL WAR: A political superhero romp COMEDY/SATIRE features Mexican mythological heroes determined to stop the wall from being built between the US and Mexico when a girl calls to them for help to see her mother one last time. The evil US president wants the wall to control drug trafficking.
DEAD MAN'S PASS: A cattle drive composed of a variety of immigrants sets out to unhaunt a canyon pass where other drovers have met their fate. When they are joined by a man cursed to go through a third time, the Indian drover must find a way to share his secret.
IF IT RAINS IN PARIS: scheduled to turn into a novel, this follows the adventures of a mother, her daughter and granddaughter on a trip to Europe, in an attempt to bond and heal old wounds. Based on a true story.