Every once in awhile you come across a gem of a human and your life is enriched in a whole new way. Master Koda Select Publishing had this experience when they were introduced to G. Mitchell Baker. He is a terrific writer – and even more important than that, a great friend. We have found that he is super supportive of all our other authors and jumps in to lend a hand whenever he can. Today we take the opportunity to give him the spotlight. We hope you enjoy getting to know him a bit better.

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GMBakerG. Mitchell Baker is now living in the Deep South, he has also enjoyed living out west; from the southwest United States to western Canada. Having practiced law for more than twenty years, Baker enjoys researching and writing projects that draw him into many genres, to include contemporary fiction, science fiction and paranormal, metaphysical, young adult and visionary works of fiction.  In addition, a writer of feature length screenplays, Baker enjoys adapting his novels to screenplay and, adapting his screenplays to novels.

 Baker has been fortunate to compete at the highest levels in sports to include baseball and karate.  This spirit leads to his also striving to compete at the highest levels to entertain his readership. Moreover, it is in this spirit Baker invites you to visit and re-visit his ‘Anything But a Tired Barn’ author website and, to become familiar with his current and ongoing projects.

His first novel published with MKSP is Lethal Believers: The Innocents. It is an action driven and intelligent paranormal thriller on sale at 99¢ for a limited time.

“Someone has been hurting children and Malachi Danta-Mercadel, a retired INTERPOL agent, vows to find them. As the sinister Mantid Tranquil rises to protect its criminal maneuvering, Danta is empowered by those from other dimensions to honor his commitment and defend The Innocents.”


The second in this series is Lethal Believers: DVM. It continues where The Innocents leaves off.

The suspense rises as Malachi Danta-Mercadel is thrown into a race to protect The Innocents; be they children, animals, or those incapable of defending themselves.

From a review of Lethal Believers: DVM  “This is a “edge of your seat” “page turner.” Mr. Baker knows how to keep you interested and begging for more once you finish.” Amazon reviewer, Cynthia.


And now for a little surprise; we would like to share an excerpt of his upcoming novel The Involvement of Emerson to be published by MKSP this fall.


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Excerpt from Chapter 1

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Jon stares down on the cart, the man, and a large, brown, and black dog. The ambling canine appears without a leash, making his way willingly at heel, to the unwavering man still walking in some kind of calm perfection, a peace that appears to overcome all interference.

“I am going to kill them,” Jon says as the Gypsy advances, twisting, rocking back and forth, then back and forth again in its struggle to accede to the combative physics. Not experiencing near enough feel for slowing, let alone the reality of stopping in time, Jon repeats, “I am going to kill them both.” Jon’s growing sensation is that of the imminent, sickly kill-fate. The kill zone established, the kill fate acknowledged, the only thing left is the execution of the performance art necessary to resolve all matters.

“End times for some, mere darkness for others,” mutters Jon, his spoken mantra from long ago matching his slow, self-serving assessment. “Perhaps this guy is the one they always talked about,” considers Jon. “The one I was never supposed to kill, but who dies in the mix anyway.”

He hasn’t thought of ‘kill-fate’ in a long time; his thoughts flash back to bits and pieces of his sniping tours.  Jon’s considers, regretful, “The dog and this guy are absolutely oblivious to what is going on.”

Thinking of the oblivion observed, Jon recalls how he witnessed this phenomenon so many times in a long ago lifetime of sniping. All he could do was to stare helpless, as the hunching man and the dog continue their casual stroll from dark to light, into, and through the kill-zone. They never once adjust their pace, never once look up, and never once indicate any interest in the prospect of eminent death.

Jon cannot understand, commenting, “They are not looking up,” his struggle with this implausible scenario intensifies. “They–” Jon stops, his thinking flies apart, then he re-focuses, there is no breathing in fright, no panic as Jon again jerks hard at the wheel, trying to push the unrelenting Gypsy in a different  direction, anything away and enough to accomplish some evasion.

“What is this?” Jon screams into the Gypsy’s massive windshield, confused.

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