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19. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Sing to me of words by Kimberly DuBoise
This collection of my poems is a culmination of my searching for peace, fulfillment and yes, even answers to personal questions about my life. Benefits may be that you, too, feel the unity of our search for meaning in and resolution of life's challenges. These are spiritual poems, heartfelt and honest. I have loved poetry for its emotional truthfulness and that is what I aimed for [...]


19. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: A Stellar Affair by Virginnia de Parté
Genetically altered at conception Stella's grandparents have passed on their genes to her father. Her mother also has altered genes. Stella is the 'jackpot'. This girl is clever. She falls in love with a 'normal' and her desire fights with the need to keep her extended family safe from conscription by the Defense Department. Entwined with this ove affair are the adventures of her twin [...]


19. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Romancing the Memory Collector by Virginnia de Parté
Kate is short sighted and vain which causes her to fall over at the Sydney Airport. Fortunately for her Thomas Winters, Customs Officer and his dog Buster are on hand to help her find her suitcase and get a taxi. This meeting begins a slow courtship between two shy people. Kate has problems with her father's developing Alzheimers and Thomas, having a dog-genes is shy about his unusual lined [...]


19. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Insatiable - The Lone Werewolf finds his Mate by Rachel E. Rice
Adrienne has too much time on her hands and her thoughts are on her marriage to Paul, her roommate. Looking at him sleeping in his pajamas with the red white and blue sailboat patterns, she knows she has made a mistake. A trip to Hawaii is no reason to marry a man. All she wants is a change of scenery and a little excitement, for Pete's sake. Wilder a lone alpha werewolf is in search of a [...]


19. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: The Days After (Chain of Strangers) by J. Richardson
This is the fourth book in The Days After series, Chain of Strangers. I'm fascinated by the dystopian world following a catastrophic event and have written eight novels that dealt with the subject. Like all of my books, this story stands alone. I like for my readers to be able to pick up any of the novels, in any order and have a interesting story with a conclusion. Though there might be threads [...]


18. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Hellbounce - The ARC Chronicles Part 1 by Matthew W. Harrill
Hellbounce started with one simple thought: What would happen if Hell actually was freezing over? What had gone wrong? What would demons do if they were panicking and trying to escape? Where would they go? The answers lie in 'Hellbounce', the book named for the process whereby demons return to earth randomly, appearing at the place their mortal body died, confused, demonic, suffering in pain [...]


18. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Alex the Mutt - From Death Row to Cozy Home by Brenda Perlin
Alex the Mutt taught me unconditional love. She changed my world in so many ways. Because she was in a kill shelter, she almost didn't get a chance to live. I started writing this story for a dog named Ty that we rescued this last year. We had to give him up which was the worst feeling in the world but the rescue organization Westside German shepherd made sure they would find him the RIGHT [...]


18. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Fractured Vows (Brooklyn and Bo Chronicles: Book 3) by Brenda Perlin
Bo was living a life where he was invisible. As long as he paid the bills and took care of the household needs his wife was fine. While they lived in separate sections of the house she bragged about what she would receive upon his death. Fractured Vows is special because it is the first book in the series taken from a guys point of view. This is the real deal. Nothing was made up just names [...]


18. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Wagon Train Kids by Kevin Shaper
Nearly 15,000 words, 10 chapters. Great for ages 7-12 depending on their reading abilities. Set in about 1850, Jack and Mary and their parents live in Connecticut. But after their father hears of gold found in California, he decides the family is selling the farm and taking a covered wagon to California to find their fortune. There's lot of preparation and travel just to get to Missouri where [...]


18. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Gate to Life - You Choose the Life That You Shall Experience by Latresa Rice
Can you imagine being seven years old and your mother dies? You were told that she died of pneumonia; however, you later discover that she died of AIDS and your father is bisexual. My name is Latresa Rice and this is a brief synopsis of my story which is detailed in my recently published book titled, "Gate to Life: You Choose the Life that You Shall Experience". Because of some of intensely [...]


18. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: A Touch of Pigskin by Dai Blatchford
A Touch of Pigskin is a dark and brilliant surreal thriller that is best described as an extended version of Inspector Morse as if written by Monty Python. Dai Blatchford has created a glittering, fantastical, cunningly contrived comic novel that leads the reader down a labyrinth of fear and dread. Piers Prideaux’s promising career at an Oxford College is brought to an abrupt end following [...]


17. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Dreamer of Destiny by Barbara Woster
This was the first book I ever wrote and my favorite, by far, because it sprang from personal trials. I started Dreamer of Destiny at the age of twenty-two, during a particularly thorny period in my life; as an outlet in which to express how difficulties are not the end, but may be overcome and used to forge a road to a new beginning. The story itself tells of a young girl who develops a gift [...]


17. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Desires of a Deceiver by Barbara Woster
Desires of a Deceiver came about as a result of watching how jealousy can destroy a person and injure anyone in its path. This is, of course, a work of fiction, with a very real underlying message. Alana is a very young woman, unblessed in physical attributes. When her cousin, Iliamna, comes to live with her family, it sparks within Alana a deep-seated hatred and a burning desire to rid [...]


17. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Whispers of the Heart by Barbara Woster
Sometimes you see or hear something that sparks an idea for a book. That's the way it was with this particular work, Whispers of the Heart. I overheard my daughter's talking about what it would be like . . . well, I can't actually discuss the conversation without revealing a primary part of the plot. Suffice it to say that the Science Fiction element within this romance I attribute to my children [...]


17. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Only One by Barbara Woster
Only One is steeped in Southern History, taking place at a time when women could not own property; and when nefarious businessmen will stop at nothing to own what they have no right to. It also contains elements related to the British aristocracy and the lengths many royals went through in order to maintain control of familial holdings. Like Whispers of the Heart, this book was targeted to a [...]


17. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Love Through Time by Barbara Woster
Love Through Time was the second book I wrote and was inspired by the relationship between my two, then, teenage daughters. The bickering between the two could never overshadow the love evident in their relationship. Never did men come between my two daughters, as it does in my story, and my daughters certainly never got slung back in time . . . but other than that, they were my sole inspiration [...]



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