I hope you are having a great summer. I’m excited to announce that my 7th novel, The Legendary Wolf, is now available in print and as an eBook. This modern-day western is a brutal tale of one man’s redemption after a life of violence. It is available in the United States on AMAZONand in the UK on AMAZON UK! It is also available in most major bookstores/online stores. You can also read a TON of reviews on GOODREADS. Below is the premise of the novel:
“Men Die. Legends Don’t. Decades ago, Grayson Wolf locked away the demons inside him. Once a legendary assassin named after Mors, the Roman embodiment of death, Grayson is now a shadow of the man he was before. He suffers every waking hour, haunted by his past as he begs for death to end his torment. However, Grayson is pulled back into the shadowy world of espionage when an old comrade shows up at his front door with a young girl he is trying to rescue from sinister men. Suddenly hunted by an army of deadly mercenaries, Grayson is left with no choice but to protect the girl. But deep inside, something happens. He finds a light in the darkness, a light he thought was dead. The demons Grayson chained up–the legendary Mors–will be unleashed. And anyone standing in his way will have hell to pay.”
Thank you for your continued support of my writings!
I’m honored to announce that my upcoming novel, The Heart of Aleppo: A Story of the Syrian Civil War, is now available for Pre-Order. This novel is set in the current civil war engulfing Syria and follows a young boy after he is separated from his family during the devastating Battle of Aleppo. Although the protagonist is fictitious, this novel accurately depicts the events that transpired in
Hello friends! In lieu of the normal Wednesday post, today I am honored to share a guest post by a fantastic author, Julie Tetel Andreson. She shares how visual arts have influenced her writing career. It’s a great read and I encourage you to check it out! A link to Julie’s website is at the end of the article.Continue reading “Guest Post: How Visual Art Has Informed My Writing Career”→
Ana Rocha: Shadows of Justice, by Ammar Habib & Glenda Mendoza
Ana Rocha is a woman on fire. Being talented and from a well-off family, Ana could have become anything. But driven by her sister’s murder, Ana chose the path of an undercover narcotics officer. Ana has made a vow to help clean up the streets of Houston. The journey her duty takes her on forces her to confront her worst nightmares and face the city’s most ruthless criminals. The further she goes down this path, the more the line between her two lives begins to blur. And soon, this journey brings her face-to-face with a monster from her past.
Hello friends! I hope you are doing well. I’m absolutely thrilled with some of the feedback I’ve received for my new police novel, Ana Rocha: Shadows of Justice. Nothing is better for an author than knowing that there work is resonating with readers.
For those that don’t know, this police novel is co-written by a real-life detective and former narcotics investigator, Glenda. The protagonist, Ana, is a kick-butt heroine who has nerves of steel! The novel follows Ana during her first few months as a narcotics investigator.
Below are some of my favorite reviews so far (some are from Amazon and others are from emails I’ve received):
I am excited to announce that my newest novel, Ana Rocha: Shadows of Justice, is now available as an ebook and in print! This is a police/crime novel set in Houston in 1999. It is co-written by my good friend, Glenda, who has over 20 years of experience in law enforcement around the Greater Houston Area, including experience as a narcotics investigator and special investigative unit agent. The novel follows a young Hispanic woman (Ana Rocha) as she begins her career as a narcotics investigator and soon faces off against some of Houston’s biggest criminals. Although a work of fiction, the novel is inspired by some of Glenda’s cases. You can read more about the book HERE!
I hope you are doing well. I recently published one of my poems on YouTube this past weekend! The name of the poem is “A Nomad’s Muse”. It is about The Syrian Civil war from the perspective of a refugee (it was published in India last December). So far, it’s received some great feedback. Please feel free to give it a listen and let me know how you like it!
With my next novel, Ana Rocha: Shadows of Justice, set to release soon, I am actively looking for book reviewers who may be interested in reading the book and doing a review/interview/spotlight!
This story is a police novel set in Houston and is co-authored by a former undercover narcotics officer of the Houston Police Department, Glenda Mendoza. The novel follows a young Hispanic woman, Ana Rocha, as she begins her duty as an undercover narcotics officer and soon faces against some of Houston’s biggest criminals. Although the book is a work of fiction, it is very much grounded in reality and is based on Glenda’s experiences. In fact, the novel’s main antagonist is a drug lord who is based on a crime lord Glenda helped take down several years ago. Continue reading “Looking for Reviewers for Next Novel!”→
I’m thrilled to announce that the EBOOK version for my next novel, Ana Rocha: Shadows of Justice is now available for Pre-Order! You can check it out HERE! The PRINT version will go live on February 24th God-Willingly!
This police/crime novel is one of the funnest projects I’ve ever written! Set in Houston in 1999, it follows a young undercover narcotics officer as she takes on some of Houston’g biggest criminals. It’s co-written by a former undercover narcotics officer, which gives it an extra layer of authenticity. It was a blast to write this book and I hope that readers enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed creating it!
You can read more details about the book HERE! As always, please feel free to shoot me a message if you have any questions. Thank you!
I was recently invited to write a guest blog post for a writer’s blog! The topic I was asked to discuss was how to cope with rejection letters as a writer. As all published authors know, rejection letters are a big part of the journey of any writer. It is important to view them in the correct way. Otherwise, we risk allowing them to hurt our writing ‘self-image’. You can check out the full post HERE!
The post has already received some great feedback and I’d be honored to hear your thoughts as well! Thank you 🙂