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First Chapters Bookstore for authors

The brain child of Joe Harwell, The First Chapters Bookstore, is designed to give self-published authors a path to readers for a $50 set up

Low Moral Compass 4 Chapter Preview

by Joe Harwell Publishing Contains Adult Language #LowMoralCompass #JoeHarwell #OklahomaAuthor #Tulsa CONTAINS ADULT LANGUAGE © 2019 by...

One Drug, First Chapter

Unraveling conspiracies is a deadly job, but someone has to do it..

Dragline, First Chapter

Cover ups always unravel, requiring more cover ups...

Izzy Cavanal, First Chapter

"Even with a new face and name, it’s hard to hide in plain sight in your hometown.”

Mile of Cars Murders, First Chapter

A lot of people didn't make it home after the Oklahoma City bombing, but not all of them went missing because of it...

New Release from Maria Savva by Joe Harwell

Our lives are a series of stories, and we are the characters with the starring roles. The memories, regrets, secrets, and struggles that...

In the Path of Totality by Joe Harwell

Closely guarded secrets can only stay that way when a small, dedicated, some say fanatical group hold them. I was the ultimate skeptic...

3rd DECOPOLIS BookFest By Joe Harwell

Emily Wood will be discussing and signing, It Was Magic, from 11:30 AM to 5 PM at an inside table during the 3rd DECOPOLIS BookFest at...

Christmas lights in July by Joe Harwell

In July 1970, when I was 16, my family took a short trip across the state line from Oklahoma to Arkansas to visit relatives. Frequent...

Human nature is not neat and predictable

📷 “Human nature is not neat and predictable. What makes us betray a loved one? Can isolation lead to irrational behavior? Why do other...

My 1963 Poteau Christmas parade story

By Joe Harwell My 1963 Poteau Christmas parade story In the summer of 1963, Dad sent Mom, Sis, Grandma Nora Henson and me to Las Vegas....

As the class of '72 turns 60 by Joe Harwell

As a member of the Poteau, OK High School graduating class of 1972, this year represents a milestone shared by my fellow classmates. We...

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