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25. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Henrietta's Journal - A Life of Compromise by Carolyn P. Schriber

Henrietta Ainesworth grew up in the rarified academic enclaves of Oxford in the early 1830s, where historians and philosophers studied, quoted, and tried to emulate the ethical and intellectual inheritance of the ancient world. Her new husband, Julien Beauchene, came from Charleston, South Carolina, where buildings, institutions, and social strata took their models from the empire-building [...]


25. Sep 2017
★★★★★

No Longer Oppressed (Freedom Series Book 3) by Rai Lindsay-Wallace

No Longer Oppressed is about living the truth. Seemingly the happily married couple, Frank and Sherry Reed were living the blissful Christian Good-Life. Yet, behind closed doors were a lot of skeletons in the closets. Faking it in church, but miserable in the home. Their marriage was on the rocks, and their two sons were walking away from their faith, while the youngest tried to hold it all [...]


25. Sep 2017
★★★★★

The Anti-Procrastination Habit - A Simple Guide to Mastering Difficult Tasks by SJ Scott

Do you suffer from procrastination? (Most of us do from time to time.) But if procrastination stops you from successfully completing important work tasks on time or makes you miss out on real-life events, it is something that needs to be taken care of. The truth is: If you're someone who procrastinates, then this bad habit is limiting your success in a variety of ways. If you don't address [...]


25. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Master Todoist - How to Use a Simple App to Create Actionable To-Do Lists and Organize Your Life by SJ Scott

TODOIST is the hottest productivity app on the market. The basics of using Todoist are simple. You create todo lists. Sortable and searchable from all your electronic devices and then sync these devices. Todist will then help you track and update tasks as they are completed. This is the simple version. But when you are looking at an empty to-do list, without knowing some of the tricks of [...]


25. Sep 2017
★★★★★

The Trial - Dark Urban Scottish Crime Story (Parliament House Books Book 1) by John Mayer

The first full length novel in The Parliament House Books series. Brogan McLane escapes a life of poverty and crime in Glasgow Scotland to become a High Court lawyer. But can he escape the injustice he discovers in the hallowed halls of Parliament House in Edinburgh? McLane's life goes into free fall when an old enemy, High Court Judge Lord Aldounhill is found dead and he is arrested and [...]


25. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Match Pointe - Bad Boys and Show Girls (Love and Play Series) by Amelie S. Duncan

I came up with MATCH POINTE after watching a video of Arsenal Soccer players dancing with the Royal Ballet on you tube. What I was drawn to was the strength and discipline of ballet dancers. From my research in ballet, I found to succeed as a dancer takes a great commitment. To become a ballerina, principal dancer, takes close to a miracle, but in fiction, anything is possible. At the [...]


25. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Angel's Prey (Hunting Royal Blood Book 1) by Serenity Rose

Rose was a woman trying to escape the demons hunting her only to find her guardian angel would be the one most feared more than any other. Would he be her salvation or the true damnation of herself and unborn child as she runs from one man only to end up in the arms of another. Find out who the true nightmares are in this alternative perspective of God and Lucifer as their age old battle comes [...]


25. Sep 2017
★★★★★

The Arrangement (Marriage of Convenience Book 1) by Jennifer Lewis

Marriages of convenience are alive and going strong in this book series. The first of many books, The Arrangement tells the story of Deacon and Ashlyn. Both have something to gain and something to lose from an alliance. Follow them as they navigate the ups and downs of love. Ashlyn just wants to get through graduate school; Deacon has a secret reason for marrying he isn't sharing. They stumble [...]


25. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Our Gun - A Wanganui Krupp Gun Story by Geoffrey Lawson

"Our Gun" is a story of the South African war, and a unique antique artillery gun - Krupp No4. This is a story like no other; a story of shocking political deviousness, heroics, and military ineptitude that reads like a Hollywood movie, but unfortunately is all true! Find out who made it, who had it, where it went and why it eventually finished up a world away from the country it was intended [...]


24. Sep 2017
★★★★★

The Cat Connection by Lawrence Matthews

A memoir covering a lifetime cats, this book also includes true adventures in flying small planes and cave exploring, with plenty of pictures and some fascinating mysteries. On the day that the proof copy of the print edition arrived, George, our current girl cat, dragged herself across the field, down the length of the house, through two cat doors and across the garage, collapsing just inside [...]


24. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Congratulations, Your Daughter Is Engaged Now What? A Father's Emotional Survival Guide by Dr. Kenneth Lewis Andrus

Congratulations, Dad. You just learned your daughter is engaged. Another innocent is going down the aisle. But what you likely don't understand, it's not just your daughter who's about to proceed on this perilous journey, it's you. Of course, you knew at some point your daughter would marry, but the problem is you may have no idea about the emotional roller coaster you just climbed on. The [...]


24. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Murder Without Pity by Steve Haberman

"Murder Without Pity" is a contemporary mystery, with loud echoes from the past, that reflects today's dangerous times. The story's ebook cover--with the Eiffel Tower, that situates the story in Paris, and its glowering clouds and lightning, which imply something ominous--hints that something big is happening in the City of Light. A state criminal investigator is investigating the murder of a [...]


24. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Lady Joe by Mark Saha

Lee Estes somehow manages to lose a champion cutting horse scheduled to be picked up by a buyer. The unsophisticated buyer only wants Lady Joe as a trophy horse to impress guests in his back yard, so Lee buys a cheap no-talent blue roan replacement. When the buyer tells Lee to enter her in a weekend cutting for photographs, he must scramble to find a blue roan cutter to substitute for his bogus [...]


24. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Talking Hearts by T. Abdeljaber

Talking Hearts is a book of mixed poems written about subjects that concern my heart or which have moved me over the years. Poems about life, love, and many of the struggles which we have to endure during our lifetime, and which affect most people at some point in their life. I have written poems since as long as I can remember, mostly as a spontaneous reaction when I am moved by something I see [...]


24. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Pause and Reflect - Thoughts on the purpose of life, and prioritising, to soften the heart and increase Faith by T. Abdeljaber

Pause and Reflect is an Islamic theology book. It is a relatively simple and easy to comprehend journey through many of the aspects which believers should reflect on through their life. It is a gentle reminder of the wonders, the amazing miracles and beauty in this world that Almighty God has blessed us with. The book also focuses on issues in this world which distract us and lead us astray from [...]


24. Sep 2017
★★★★★

May of Ashley Green by Lilly Adam

Set in Cheshire and London in 1860, May of Ashley Green is an intriguing story surrounding the spiraling events which begin after a terrible tragedy occurs to May, a young and spirited seventeen year old who has led a gentle life in the hamlet of Ashley Green with her mother for as long as she can remember. Complicated by a handful of characters from her secretive past, May has to face a [...]


24. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Stella by Lilly Adam

Stella is the gripping story of one woman's struggle to adjust to life following the bankruptcy of her husband. Set in Oxford towards the end of the nineteenth century, Stella and James are contently residing in the grand Sunny Meadow ancestral home of the Headly family on Headington Hill, just on the outskirts of Oxford. With her dislike for Claudia Wiggins who has been the house keeper for [...]


22. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Shattered Image - Volume 1 (The Chain of Lakes) by Stacy Monson

The idea that beauty is in the eye of the beholder is true – what one person considers beautiful, another will dismiss without a glance. The world idolizes beautiful people, and current society decides who's "it" (for now) and who's not. Beauty is ever changing, and always fickle. Kiera has a face the camera loves, putting her at the top of the modeling profession. Everyday life is filled [...]


22. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Dance of Grace - Volume 2 (The Chain of Lakes) by Stacy Monson

Dance of Grace is a story for those who have lived and lost a dream, or had their life broken into pieces they knew could never be put back together. It's for those who believe all is lost. This story follows the journeys of an ex-con and an injured dancer. One can't escape the mess of their past no matter how hard they try, while the other caused the loss of everything they lived for. What's [...]


22. Sep 2017
★★★★★

The Color of Truth - Volume 3 (The Chain of Lakes) by Stacy Monson

If you're told often enough that you're stupid, ugly, worthless, etc., you begin to believe it. That "truth" becomes part of how you see yourself, the basis for decisions, even how others see you. Sometimes we live up (or down) to that truth. But what if it's not true? Or only partly true? Are there shades to truth? This story explores how truth, and lies, can change the trajectory of our [...]


22. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Amanda (Victorian Melodramas Book 2) by Vanessa Brooks

A young Victorian woman from an upper class background is unwittingly drawn into the deeply shadowed life of Victorian London. Amanda Beresford is courted by a man that both her brothers and society trusts, Doctor Eugene Barker. Amanda has already caught the eye of the acting American envoy to Great Britain, Abel Lawson, while they both attended England's first ever cat show at the beautiful [...]


22. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Davenport House by Marie Silk

Davenport House is an exquisite mansion where a family secret takes a dark turn. 22-year-old Mary Davenport must rely on the servants to help her find answers and comfort in a time of grief. The lives of the wealthy family are compared and contrasted with the hardworking servants who live below. I enjoyed the research that went into this book. The characters are fictional, but the locations [...]


22. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Drunk Chickens and Burnt Macaroni by Mary Smith

I worked for ten years in Pakistan and Afghanistan for a small health organisation. Drunk Chickens and Burnt Macaroni: Real Lives of Afghan Women is a memoir covering three of the years I worked in Afghanistan, with a section on a more recent visit after the fall of the Taliban regime. More than a memoir, though, it introduces readers to real Afghan women and their families. These are women [...]


22. Sep 2017
★★★★★

No More Mulberries by Mary Smith

One little white lie can change your entire life, as Miriam learns when she invents an appointment as an excuse to leave a party early. It leads to her moving from Scotland –leaving friends and family – and beginning a new life in Afghanistan. Although life in rural Afghanistan, living in the high mountains of Hazara Jat, is tough Miriam has no regrets. At 'home' she always felt a misfit [...]


22. Sep 2017
★★★★★

Auburn Ride - A Johnny Delarosa Thriller (The Delarosa Series Book 1) by David Stever

Auburn Ride is noir for the 21st Century! A reviewer said that in a review of my book and it is the perfect description. Auburn Ride is the first in a series about a modern day private eye, Johnny Delarosa. Irreverent, politically incorrect, hard drinking, but a man who tries to see the good in humanity. The reviews have all been either 4 or 5 stars and the book was named the 2017 [...]



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