The Truth which was Kept from Us: Mysteries of the Past

Klaus Berger’s ‘The Truth which was Kept from Us’ is—to say the least—so intriguing you’ll drop everything you’re doing and read through it. You’ll be simply astounded upon learning about the extent of what you DON’T know—and that’s only for starters.

Indeed, ‘The Truth which was Kept from Us’ contains information that can be so shocking to many people—myself included. I mean, imagine if the majority of Jesus Christ’s teachings—which didn’t reach the great masses of people through generations—were actually made public right at the get-go, we could have spared ourselves a lot of bloodshed throughout history. On a personal note, I find the divine wisdom that author Klaus Berger so comprehensively discusses in this book so evocatively life-changing—finally, here’s something that will wash over your soul like warm rain. And when I say “comprehensively,” I’m not kidding—Berger leaves no stone unturned when he reveals not only Jesus’ hidden teachings, but also what we can do about these teachings in order to transform our very lives.

Let me suffice it to say that this is an incredibly powerful book—something you don’t read lightly, yet it’s something that you or everyone MUST read. Get a copy of this book today, especially if you’re like me who have been wondering about what we could all have been missing from the big picture. Highly recommended—also makes a great gift to like-minded friends. Five stars for this one.

Blood of a Werewolf by T. Lynne Tolles

Blood of a Werewolf: Love & Horror Fuse in Genre-Defying Series by T. Lynne Tolles.  Can You Really Trust the ‘Boys Next Door’?

Tolles fuses vampires, witches and werewolves like never before in ‘Blood of a Werewolf’, the first installment of ‘The Blood Series’. While love can often be blind, Tolles’ gripping narrative proves just how dangerous emotions can be when they’re mixed with the new-found abilities of witchcraft.

For Immediate Release

San Jose, CA While vampires have rapidly become a staple of modern literature, many critics believe that they’re often-stereotypical use is due for literal new blood. Storming the scene with gusto and giving the world a narrative that is wholly-unique, T. Lynne Tolles is delighted to offer up ‘Blood of a Werewolf’.

The novel is the first part of the larger ‘The Blood Series’, set to add a refreshing twist to the worlds of witchcraft.


Darby O’Rielly may look like a shy, quiet bookstore owner who waits up at night to make sure her fun loving little sister Rowan makes it home. But that would be a bad assumption if you intend to threaten her family and loved ones. If the deadly magic this witch possesses is unleashed, the whole neighborhood better watch out.
When two handsome brothers move next door, love blooms. Devon and Blake aren’t just hot, they’re vampires hunted by a man with unlimited wealth and vengeance.

When two handsome brothers move next door, love blooms. Devon and Blake aren’t just hot, they’re vampires hunted by a man with unlimited wealth and vengeance.
With these two atypical couples together, mayhem ensues. Darby is forced to use her new-found magic when hunters snatch Rowan to lure the brothers to their demise. A wreckless decision by the enemy transforms Rowan into a werewolf, throwing her new love Blake into a downward spiral. Werewolf terrors from childhood paralyze his judgment and send him packing, leading Rowan into the arms of a werewolf named Dean who helps ease her into the new life she’s forced to embrace.
As the author explains, her book is wholly unique.

“This is grassroots urban fiction with plenty of vampiric twists. It’s a story of love and lust unlike anything written before. While it’s intricate and chock-full of suspense, the narrative follows a classic storyline that will leave readers continually guessing,” says Tolles, a prolific writer.

Continuing, “It is part of a wider series, with volumes two and three already on the market. ‘Bloodstone Heart’ and ‘Deadman’s Blood’ continue this saga with even deeper insights into the arcane world.”

To date, reviews for the book have been extremely positive.

“I thoroughly enjoyed this fanciful story of love and horror. The book is beautifully written in good solid English which make it pleasure to read,” says Bruce Fox, reviewing the novel on Amazon.

Karen Deem was equally as impressed, adding, “Picked it up and could not put it down. I so enjoyed the story line and the people I feel I met and knew from reading. Some books you pick up and thumb through. This book I ingested it which means I read each word like I lived it, like a movie.”

‘Blood of a Werewolf’ is available now:

About the Author:
T. Lynne Tolles can be found most days, juggling one of two cat muses and a laptop, tripping over an ancient Newfoundland dog and washing a never-ending pile of laundry. When life doesn’t get in the way, she writes paranormal romances for new adults.
Her passion for witches, ghosts, and vampires together with a light-hearted wit are reflected in her loveable characters and the adventures of mystery they unravel to find their happily ever after.

T. Lynne Tolles