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23. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Sniffer - The little dog who loves to sniff - Sniffer Children's Books age 3-7 by Pippa Pennington

All Sniffer wants to do is sniff. His nose goes up in the air and he just has to follow the trail to the smelliest smells around. He's having great fun until he digs his nose into some blue cheese belonging to Growler, the big dog from next door. Sniffer has to run, but Growler is on his tail. Run Sniffer! Run! Pippa Pennington is an infant teacher and has written the Sniffer series for young [...]


23. Nov 2017
★★★★★

The Order of the Wolf (The Kingdom of Haven Book 1) by Freddie Silva

Olaf Stenson wants to die. All he ever wanted to do was to find death in the quick thrust of an opponent's sword and forget about his past life. The commander of the the Order of the Wolf doesn't care about Olaf's death wish. His concern is to make it through the Order's latest mission with as few losses as possible, and maybe a few more coins in their coffers. He needs Olaf to help make that [...]


23. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Day of the Dead by J.R. Wirth

Day of the Dead was originally created for the "Code Redhead" project by Books To Go Now Publishing as a fund raiser for cancer victims. After the fund raising was completed, Day of the Dead was updated by J.R. Wirth and made into perhaps the best thriller J.R. has released to date. here's a little about Day of the Dead... Things are going well for Sham Jones. It's his senior year in high school [...]


23. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Lockheed Elite by Tyler Wandschneider

Lockheed Elite follows a scav crew as they navigate the duplicitous nature of life in space. In this Ocean's Eleven meets Firefly science fiction novel, you'll find camaraderie as well as betrayal among an interesting and real cast of characters. The plot offers mystery and intrigue as well as action and adventure while pulling you through twists and turns all the way to the end. Captain of [...]


22. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Chase Tinker and the House of Magic (The Chase Tinker Series, Book 1) by Malia Ann Haberman

In this fun, thrilling middle-grade/tween adventure, which was inspired by a dream I had one night, 13-year-old Chase Tinker and his younger brother Andy learn the truth about their family's magical heritage from a grandfather they thought to be long dead. This grandfather soon invites them to come visit him in his gigantic, magical house on a remote island in Puget Sound - a house where every [...]


21. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Agnes Hopper Shakes Up Sweetbriar - A Senior Cozy Mystery Novel by Carol Heilman

My book, Agnes Hopper Shakes Up Sweetbriar, began as a short story and ended when the seventy-plus widow ran away from the retirement home. I began to ask her questions. What if you met an old friend there and began to make some new ones? What if the administrator of the home ran a tight ship for sinister reasons? Would you care enough to stay and become a voice for those who were afraid to speak [...]


21. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Rumors and Promises by Kathleen Rouser

In 1900 Michigan, Sophie Biddle is an heiress on the run with a child in tow, worse the child is her daughter, who she passes off as her little sister. Running from town to town, in fear of the predatory man who fathered her child is no picnic. But Sophie feels abandoned by God and family and wants to find a place to call home where she can raise her daughter in peace. When meddling, but [...]


21. Nov 2017
★★★★★

The Fourth Age Shadow Wars - Assassins (The Fourth Age - Shadow Wars Book 1) by David N. Pauly

When I read many of the classic Scifi or Fantasy series, growing up I always wondered what would have happened if the books had continued. Most of the series had a common theme, unlikely hero finds mighty talisman and slays dark lord 1000 pages later. I always felt a bit deflated when I reached the end of a great book or series of books; I always wanted more. So, one night, alone in my house [...]


21. Nov 2017
★★★★★

The Fourth Age Shadow Wars - Conspiracy (The Fourth Age - Shadow Wars Book 2) by David N. Pauly

Conspiracy continues where Assassins ended, when two scouts, one Dwarven, the other Elven are dispatched to their homelands to trace the leads found during Prince Daerahil's trial. Centuries of mistrust between their races cause Bruno the Dwarf and Lithir the Elf, to watch each other carefully as they journey first to the Dwarven mine Nerea, and then onward to the North Forest of the Elves. A [...]


21. Nov 2017
★★★★★

How Learning to Say Goodbye Taught Me How to Live (A Spiritual Memoir) by Joffre McClung

I had had enough of loss and illness when my best friend informed me she had been diagnosed with stage-four cancer. I thought I would go crazy if I didn't do something, so I wrote. By journaling my thoughts and reactions to my best friend's battle with cancer, I was afforded the rare opportunity to witness how much I had grown. The previous eight years of loss in all areas of my life had forced [...]


21. Nov 2017
★★★★★

The Third Choice by Kira Tynan

I wasn't born, or raised, in Washington State. That may be why I love it so much; only one of my four (soon to be five) books isn't set there. Rain is one of my favorite aspects of Washington, so when I started working on The Third Choice I knew it was going to be a prominent feature of the book. TC's hero is a young man named Chris Finch (he's 27). He works as an IT tech for a development [...]


20. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Odes from the Sandbox - A Field Kit for Letters Between Soldiers and Their Beloved by CPT Jeffrey Russell Snyder

Odes From The Sandbox is a field kit for the Soldier stationed away or their family back home. It is a compilation of my own letters sent to my Beloved Lisa while she waited for my return. In the age of instant communication, this encourages those to write letters that will be a keepsake and a memory long after the Ode is written. Each Ode was written from different Countries and locations, [...]


19. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Remnants of Dreams by Tricia McGill

Remnants of Dreams is based on my mother's life. This book won the Australian Romance Writers Romantic Book of The Year when previously published as Traces of Dreams. I was the youngest of ten children and by the time I came along things were a lot brighter than they were for our parents and my siblings who were mostly adults by the time I arrived. I garnered stories all my young life, mainly [...]


19. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Murder In The Bush - The Tale of William McDonald by Carmel McMurdo Audsley

There is a certain romance to the pioneering days of Australia, but the reality is much harsher. This book, based on a true tale, vividly portrays life in the bush for a young man William McDonald from Scotland determined to make a good life for himself. There are converging stories and the second protagonist is as evil as William is innocent. A brilliant read.


19. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Belakane - The Origin of The Secret Keeper Curse (The Secret Keeper Series Book 0) by Angela Carling

Belakane, The Origin of the Secret Keeper curse, is the origin story for the super-suspenseful, paranormal Secret Keeper series. This book was amazing to write because it takes place in the US in 1692 during the Salem Witch Trials and I spent a lot of time researching the history of this tragic era! It was a time religious and social conflict when everyone was terrified of witch [...]


19. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Callum's Compass - Love, Hope, and Faith Series by Sara L. Foust

Callum's Compass came from an idea I first had in high school regarding local myths surrounding mountain lions living in East Tennessee again (where I grew up and still live). The idea grew and changed a bit over time and turned into a treasure hunt, a love story, and a journey to discovering God's love and self-forgiveness. While Kat and Ryan experience the physical adventure of a treasure hunt, [...]


19. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Kitten & Butterfly (Kitten and Friends) (Volume 1) by Aviva Gittle

"I absolutely adore this book! The artwork is stunning..." --Amazon Reviewer "Kitten & Butterfly" is the first story in a 7-book series I wrote back in 2013 called "Kitten and Friends." It was inspired by a drawing I saw in an artist's portfolio. (Indrachapa Weerasinghe.) I wrote the story to remind adults not to teach their kids to discriminate against those who look and live differently from [...]


19. Nov 2017
★★★★★

SILK'S QUEST (The Silk Chronicles Book 1) by Clover Branson

"Silk's Quest" is a sexy romantic suspense novel I worked on sporadically while holding down a full-time job in a non-writing field. It's the fourth novel I've started but the first one I've finished! Since my teens, I've wanted to write and sell fiction, and the time is finally right for me to morph into a novelist. I enjoy creating characters and populating an imaginary world with them, [...]


19. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Red Pen Redemption by Lori Stanley Roeleveld

WARNING: Helen Bancroft is not a sweet woman and this is NOT a sweet story! What if God took you up on a dare? Would you like to have been in Newport at the end of WWII? JFK's wedding? Woodstock? Helen Bancroft was. Growing up in RI, attending Brown, then working at The Providence Journal as a reporter, she lived it all. Looking back, she sorts through a lifetime of experience with some [...]


19. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Dream Journal by Nichole Haines

A Journal of my dreams about Aliens, UFOS, black helicopters, Satan, and futuristic things. The Dream Journal will grow over time as I have more strange dreams as time goes on. Thirteen short stories so far and more to come in the future as I have more strange dreams! And one Narrative Story based off my dreams written by Russian Author Dima Galdin. The narrative Story based off my dreams is [...]


19. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Dream Journal, Twenty Devilish Faces The Fight For Alexis, Beamed, Demon Father and Maze Hunters - FIVE SCIENCE FICTON SHORT STORIES IN ONE BOOK by Nichole ...

Danger from the Other Side I thought it was a nice day to go up to New York City for the day and walk around and get some relaxing time from my data entry job sitting in front of a computer all day typing all day. I wanted to get away from my everyday boring life. I haven't been to New York city in years so I thought it would be nice to go and visit a museum for the day and just relax. I [...]


19. Nov 2017
★★★★★

(Sur)real (Judgement of the Six Book 6) by Melissa Haag

I want to thank all my readers for taking this amazing journey with me. I never could have imagined how much all of you would embrace the Judgement Series. I hope you enjoy reading this final book as much as I enjoyed writing it. (Sur)real is the highly anticipated conclusion to the Judgement of the Six series. Olivia is blind, yet she sees. And what she sees, she must keep to herself. [...]


19. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Life of Ups and Downs by Walker

This is a story of a young girl on a journey facing tough obstacles that are thrown in her way, the death of her parents, a new religion, and bad business decisions, as well as love that was never found. All of these things together would take her on a new journey far away from home. This would make her realize she would have to learn to put her past behind her. The loss of her parents would be [...]


19. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Ten Love Tales by Stuart Aken

Gentle love stories for those who like the romance with a smile. You'll find humour, romance, love and joy here; but if you're looking for sex or erotica, this collection isn't the place for it. These are stories to leave you with a warm glow and a smile. Serendipity: Walking back through the wood, dodging muddy puddles left by the morning's deluge, he paused to watch a pair of squirrels [...]


19. Nov 2017
★★★★★

Breaking Faith by Stuart Aken

As Faith stands shivering before the gates of the notorious Longhouse, she has to ask herself why she's contemplating work with the man her father describes as the Devil's Henchman. Everything in her past warns her that this move may be dangerous. But that's the reason she's applied for the job in the first place. Leigh can't believe he's invited the local village idiot to interview as his [...]



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