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Hummingbird is the story of Lexa Morales, a misfit. Abandoned as a child, Lexa is Mexican by ethnicity and American at heart, but feels more like the dash between the words that compose the term Mexican-American than anything else. In her struggle to arise from the ghetto of her youth, Lexa commits a crime and flees south of the Border to escape prosecution. While hiding from bounty hunters in a small fishing village, Lexa finds redemption, discovers her true identity, and becomes part of a forever family and a Kingdom without borders.
David Stearman is a full time missionary who has worked in European, Asian, and Latin American countries. He has spent a significant amount of time in the region covered by the novel Hummingbird, describing the area as only a physical and cultural eyewitness can. He travels extensively within US borders as well, often ministering in some of its more influential churches. David is also a Contemporary Christian Music artist and songwriter, with numerous published songs to his credit. Hummingbird is David’s third novel. You can visit his website at www.davidstearmanministries.org
A highly versatile author, Nick has written Sci- Fi, Fantasy, Humor, Young Adult, Mystery, Horror, Thrillers, Steampunk, & now Paranormal Romance.To date, Nick has 54 published novels, many of them for the Gold Eagle Action/Adventure series: Stony Man, Deathlands, and The Executioner (under the house names of James Axler and Don Pendelton) His SF& F novels have been translated in numerous foreign languages, and 37 of his novels have been made into audio books. A former stand-up comic from Manhattan, and a Teamster in Philadelphia, Nick now lives in Chicago with his wife, Melissa, 14,000 hardback books, an antique weapons collection, and three cats who secretly plan to conqueror the world. For more information: www.NickPollota.com .
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