Welcome to Writers Exchange E-Publishing

Hi, I’m Sandy, the proud owner of this business. I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you.

Now a bit about our company… Writers Exchange E-Publishing (affectionately known as WEE), is a book publishing company.

The purpose of this site is to let readers get to know us, our books, our authors, and our book characters better. It is also to inform you of our new releases, and anything else we think up:) We will also be opening up content to other authors online, so that our readers have more content!

You can find everything you need in the various menus – and if you would like our blog posts emailed directly to you, sign up using the email subscription form in the right-hand column!

Please note, our usual website died, and so we are having to add everything back up here, so if you are looking for our print books or reviews and they are not showing, please try again in a day or two. Thank you so much for your patience!


Featured Books (Newest Releases)


Picking up the Pieces 3d cover



For a lucky few, life goes as planned…

Claire Thomas knows all about complications. Not long ago, she relished her successful military career, engaged to the man of her dreams. Abruptly, everything in her life went wrong…


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Men and women who have sacrificed their personal identities to live in the shadows and uphold justice for all–no matter the cost.


Second in Network command, Captain Shannon McKee leads the organization with an unfeeling, iron fist, just as her father did before her. Yet, when the opportunity comes to take down the most notorious drug dealer in history, she goes after her heart’s desire–to utterly destroy the man who killed her younger brother.



The Wild Hunt roamed the forest outside of Beth-Hill until the Council bound them for a hundred years. Nevertheless, a century of existence has made an indelible mark not easily forgotten for these ghostly myths that are no longer so ghostly or myth-like…

Twelve-year-old Arthur Morgan is small and slight, forced into a life of fairy taxidermy by his father. As a member of the cruel Morgan Household of vampires, Arthur has spent a lifetime being abused by his father and grandmother. In this family, all kowtow to the monstrous duo’s iron will in sheer terror of what will be done to them if they disobey. When Arthur meets Iris, a cousin not highly-placed in the Morgan hierarchy, he sees himself in a light he’s never wanted to before. He’s becoming as cruel as his father, having trapped and killed fairies out in the forest for years.

With Iris’s influence, Arthur decides to free one of them and, in doing so, meets Maya, a water fairy, who shows him just how horrible and twisted the household he’s grown up is–for both the innocent, defenseless fairies and family members that have been unjustly imprisoned by his father and grandmother. Deciding to smuggle those caged out of the household and to safety gives Arthur a sense of power he’s never had before.

Of all races in the galaxy, the augmented are the most feared, despised, and threatened. Elin, Rorin, and their descendants use their Skip ships to save Khybors, allowing them to flee invisibly. But, when they discover they’re Leaping to alternate universes, where the same threat exists, the first law is born: Harming one is harming all. Attack and the gift of the Leap will be taken away.

An act of survival ushers in unimaginable change…



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One thought on “Welcome to Writers Exchange E-Publishing

  1. rachelhauck April 9, 2011 at 1:17 am

    Nice to meet you, Jenna! Great post! Happy writing!