Favorite Authors

I was looking at my bookshelf today and decided it was time to share some of my favorites… authors and stories.

First author to mention, Brad Thor. 19 books released and I have read them all at least twice, some more than that. His 20th book to be released 6/23/2020… just found it listed and added it to my Amazon Wishlist. His first, The Lions of Lucerne, I have read at least six times.

Second author to mention, Clay Harvey. I have read three of his books, at least four times each. I found his book , A Flash of Red, as a used library book being sold online and fell in love with his stories. I went searching and found A Whisper of Black and later Dwelling in the Gray. I find myself drawn back to them when I am lacking a new book to read.

Third author to mention, Lee Child. Jack Reacher. So many books, so little time. I would love to see more of his books made into movies… although I would have chosen someone who matched the description given in the books closer, but that is my opinion.

Fourth author to mention, Vince Flynn. RIP, Vince. Thank you Kyle Mills for picking up the torch and continuing Mitch Rapp’s story. I have worn more than a couple of Vince’s books out from all of the reading that I have had done.

Thank you to all of these and so many more authors who have provided years of escape and have sparked the desire to write my own stories. I salute you, one and all. My goal is to be on someone’s favorite author list before I am finished…


Podcast Intro

Here is the Intro to my 1st Podcast.

“Hello, my name is MJ Hague. Thank you for taking the time and effort to check out my latest project. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I did creating it. Please feel free to contact me if you have any comments or suggestions for future installments. Now onto the show.…”


Call Me Ghost, is a military thriller where trust is broken, brother is pitted against brother and two brothers are given the task to right the wrong caused by the actions of another brother, who during a fight kills their team leader. Both brothers have different ideas on how best to resolve the conflict. One brother wants to resolve it within the confines of the law, while the other brother’s idea of justice is more of an eye for an eye. Each brother will have to decide how far they are willing to go and they will have to live with the consequences of their own actions… knowing that their decisions will change their lives, forever! Call Me Ghost, is a story filled with action from the start that does not let you catch your breath easily and holds the accelerator down to the floor the whole time. A cliff-hanger ending sets the stage for MJ Hague’s second book, leaving the reader crying out for more! Coffee lovers will love it. Funny, action packed, and with enough killing to encourage the readers not to become too invested in the characters as they might not last the chapter…just sayin’.

Q & A Coming Soon

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Videos will also have behind the scenes information about characters and the author.

Until then, keep an eye for new posts!