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About Lincoln Cole

Lincoln Cole was born and lives in Columbus, Ohio. He is twenty-nine years old and has been writing novels his entire life. He works in the IT industry developing web applications and writing software.

He is married, has a pugamonster named Luther, and enjoys writing in his spare time.  Writing and telling stories keeps him sane. 

He was inspired to start writing by the works of George R.R. Martin, Isaac Asimov, and Stephen King. He is currently working on several titles, including the follow up to Graveyard of Empires as well as three new series.

Growing up, he worked in the horse racing industry with his grandparents for many years and won an award writing a short story for Hoof Beats magazine while in High School. He had since won the Visionary/Inspirational YA award from Literary Classics in 2015.  

Rave Reviews

Raven's Peak

"The novel juggles multiple plot threads with ease. Both Abigail and Haatim are well developed with strong voices--even Arthur, who appears in the prologue stands out. As the book heads towards it's rousing conclusion, readers will be left wanting more." 

- THE BOOKLIFE PRIZE IN FICTION


"I can confidently give this book my highest recommendation, and will certainly keep my eyes peeled for the second book in this incredibly promising series. Author Lincoln Cole, I hope you write fast!"

- CHRIS FISHER, READER'S FAVORITE


"The chills and thrills are pitched just right, to cause a tingling at the nape of the neck, taking time to maintain suspense whilst fully sculpting his darkest moments for maximum impact."
 

- BOOKVIRAL

Second Chances

"The result is a vivid saga of racial and social situations that's highly recommended for readers seeking a story that revolves around changing hearts and minds and positive character growth."

- D. DONOVAN, SENIOR REVIEWER, MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW

"Lincoln Cole offers a heart-rending perspective into the struggles realized by those who are oppressed by prejudice and bias."

- L.J. BRYANT, LITERARY CLASSICS

"The novel manages to be both entertaining and eye-opening. It will make you feel more socially aware and connected by book’s end"

SELF-PUBLISHING REVIEW

"This novel is a great read and I would recommend five out of five stars. Very well written book. I loved it!"

- TIFFANY DAVIS, READER'S FAVORITE


"Cole spins an intricate tale of love, loss, injustice, addiction, and heartbreak, captivating me from the first page until the very last sentence."

- SHERI HOYTE, READER VIEWS

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