Matt Seidel


Matt Seidel, a native of Wayne, New Jersey - is an author, musician and video game designer. Having received his Masters in English from the University of Chicago - Seidel currently teaches at Ivy Tech Community College, while also volunteering with English Language Learners in Bloomington, Indiana. 

Matt Seidel joined forces with Holon Publishing in late 2012 to begin the planning stages of Crowd-Funding his 8th novel, and the first to be published,  "Saviors".  


More Info on "Saviors" by Matt Seidel, as well as a full-length Bio and interview with the Author, coming soon.

Saviors, a Novel by Matt Seidel

Emily Kalen is stuck. She's unhappy with her job, her weight, and to top it off, her mother's in a coma. But then Tobias Welles enters her life and it looks like he might be just the man to rescue Emily from her quarter-life crisis. After all, he's handsome, talented, and believes in Emily more than anyone has before. The problem is that Tobias is also a serial killer who believes that God has charged him with saving the souls of those he deems immoral. Carrying out his sacred work was easy before he met Emily. However, as he becomes increasingly entangled in the complexities of her life, he finds himself questioning whether he's a hero or a monster. And in the end, Tobias knows he will have to decide whether he will continue to carry out God's will or sacrifice everything for the woman he loves.


Writer... Model... Vigilante: it would seem that the authoress of “Viscountess” is set on creating a persona that she can call totally and wholeheartedly her own. Last week, Holon Publishing attempted to delve into the heart of the secret life of Taversia in seventeen questions (or bust).  

Read More... in 17 Questions with Taversia

Viscountess - 
a novel by Taversia

Mute and psychologically disturbed, the sheltered daughter of a sky ship captain prefers to keep to herself; but a mysterious cloaked man has different plans for her. She is plunged headlong into a quest to recover twelve lost gemstones scattered about a ravaged earth with the power to unlock a legendary castle in the sky.

Equipped only with her family’s heirloom key and the mark of her noble birthright, she embarks on a journey of passion, danger, and self-discovery through the barren lands of a post-apocalyptic world. Lines become blurred as she grows to find that things are not always what they seem, and some things are only as real as you make them…

Viscountess - A Novel by Taversia
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Peter Mason: Heroes of the 21st Century

by Morrison Media correspondant, Chet Wonsik

Peter Mason grew up in Detroit, Michigan, and currently lives in Richmond, Virginia.  His travels working in marketing and sales have taken him all around the country, and he has lived in an array of places in-between.  He is a man with an abundant, dry sense of humor, and seems to relish in all that he does.  After his career working in the business world, he has found writing to be his channel for his bountiful enjoyment of life’s pleasures.

Heroes of the 21st Century
By Peter Mason

Mason points out that this is not a book that is trying to convey a philosophical message, but a book about entertainment and character development.  This is not to say that it is devoid of meaning, just that it is supposed to be fun and enjoyable. 

The main character, Charlie Leuven is a charismatic business rogue notorious for manufacturing opportunities and taking advantage of them for his own benefit.  His romantic interest in the female lead, Samantha Hewitt complicates things, and creates more challenges between him and his goals.  Heroes of the 21st Century contains a plethora of unexpected and disparate elements—utilizing fear as a means of launching the book into its tumultuous fray.

Whether it is fear of a political turmoil, or fear of the next big, apocalyptic, animal-themed flu, we live in a culture driven by fear.  But fear is not what this book is about.  It is an adventure in the cutthroat world of business.  It is a romance between characters in extraordinary circumstances.  It is a dark comedy about “making it,” but not too dark. The story is a reaction to the media and how everything is taken so seriously. It is the super serious portrayal of these concerns that he is addressing. In Mason’s own personal perspective, yes, there are terrible things in the world, but it is our ability to laugh about them that lets us keep on going.  People get caught up in these trends and lose perspective.  His work aims to reflect this view. 

The paperback edition of Heroes of the 21st Century is now available on and will soon be available on Amazon Kindle and other eBook platforms. 

Contact Holon Publishing about ordering copies of Heroes of the 21st Century for your bookstore or business.

Margaret Clark: "I Left My Heart In Harlem..."


About Clark: 

From the Morrison Media blog review of Margaret Clark's book, I left my heart in Harlem and from interviews with Morrison Media correspondents.   

Margaret Clark is a license provider in Baltimore, MD who wrote her first novel I Left My Heart In Harlem: He Made it BIG in Hollywood in 2008. To read  I Left My Heart in Harlem is to step inside of her life and see the world through her eyes.

 Although the novel is a work of fiction, Clark states that each of the experiences are very much real. “About 75% of the situations in the book are from my real life experiences growing up,” said Clark, “they are based on things I wanted to do, things I did do, and things that I saw people do.” That includes everything from living in a cramped home full of older and younger siblings to watching out for to the dangers of city life, fighting for self-discovery, and even dealing with death.


About the Book:

Holon Publishing book Launch, February 2012.

Holon Publishing book Launch, February 2012.

I Left My Heart In Harlem
By Margaret Clark

The main character of the book, Liz, is modeled after Clark herself, who grew up as the seventh child in a family of thirteen children. She saw it all, the good and the bad, but instead of getting lost in the chaos, Clark did her best to keep a clear head and become an observer of the people and experiences which surrounded her life. The attention to detail paid off in adulthood when Clark finally settled down and began putting pen to paper. Three years, four months, and twenty-five chapters later, her first novel Left My Heart in Harlem: He Made it BIG in Hollywood was ready for print. 

You have got to take control of what will work for you and make you happy.” And that is just what Liz strove for in the book, as what Margaret Clark strove for and accomplished in life.

Her books will soon be available in all formats and in other locations around the country.

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