Barry Lawler, author of "Fish: A Tale of a Novel," published by Dancing Moon Press

Barry Lawler, author of “Fish: A Tale of a Novel”

“Fish: A Tale Of A Novel” owes its life in print to the expertise of Dancing Moon Press. From my initial inquiry, through the entire editing/formatting process, and until the manuscript went off to press, Carla provided the guidance I needed to produce the book I wanted. —Barry Lawler  


Fish: A Tale of a Novel" by Barry Lawler, published by Dancing Moon Press

Fish: A Tale of a Novel

Once upon a time—closing in now on 47 years—an idealistic and ambitious young writer began four-fingerdly pecking the keys of a 1961 Remington portable typewriter in search of a novel he was sure he had in him. I am that writer, and Fish is that novel.


"Camping At Lone Gulch: a Danny Lawson adventure" by Gary Covey, published by Dancing Moon Press

Camping at Lone Gulch

“Camping at Lone Gulch is the third Danny Lawson adventure by author Gary Covey. Woven into the saga is the companion story about Soaring Eagle.


Music to Murder by

Murphy, Calendar, and their old friend, ex-police chief Lurleen Maxwell, have to deal with this pesky murder thing before Murphy gets his chance to debut his vocal chords. Does he? Do they? Stranger things have happened. And some do.


Salt In Our Blood

Michele, an attorney married for 20+ years to a fisherman living in Newport, Oregon, gave herself the task of keeping a journal to record the day-to-day adventurous and dangerous life. She began writing on Monday, December 11, 2000. But in December 2001, personal tragedy struck the Eder family and their crew, sending them on a path of hopelessness and despair, and ultimately questioning their love of the sea. This book gives the reader a unique insight of living and working on the edge of danger.