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20. Jan 2018
★★★★★

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 [...]


20. Jan 2018
★★★★★

The Wizards of Zanfree by Ruth Ann Homes

This wonderfully entertaining middle grade fantasy, published by Rigby in 1984, is now an updated eBook available on Amazon. Eleven year old Kate Brooks narrates the story, which begins when her father buys a house from a mysterious Mr Fombus. As the family arrive at the house, Kate's younger brother Matthew is terrified when a terracotta dragon on the roof suddenly stares at him with eyes [...]


20. Jan 2018
★★★★★

The Accidental Archmage - Book One - Ragnarok Rising (The Accidental Archmage Series 1) by Edmund A. M. Batara

An epic fantasy on another world. With a modern twist. WOULD YOU SURVIVE? Be immersed in a grand and dangerous adventure. In a world strange yet familiar. A world where gods and magic still exist. Mighty gods of mythology. Ancient lost civilizations. Mysterious artifacts. Dark Elder gods. You are already enmeshed in the Great Game of the various pantheons, where power is the ultimate [...]


20. Jan 2018
★★★★★

Eva Gore Booth, The Other Sister - The Remarkable Sybling of Constance Markievicz by Brighid O'Sullivan

For those interested in World War I, women's suffrage, Irish and British history in the 20th century this book is for you. It is a short biography of the remarkable sister of the more well-known Constance Markievicz. Constance, who was 2 years older than Eva, was known as the Rebel Countess in Ireland for her part in the Easter Rising of 1916 when she put on a soldier's uniform to rebel against [...]


20. Jan 2018
★★★★★

The Sun Palace by Brighid O'Sullivan

The Sun Palace is set in sixth century Ireland and is a ring fort in Donegal but this is not really about the fort itself but the people who grew from it. Where did my idea germinate? I read an Irish folktale called Tristan and Isolde, which is a love story. I had planned on writing my own version of said story when I started to explore the personality of one of the minor characters, Brigit [...]


20. Jan 2018
★★★★★

God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea - Experiencing God in the Midst of Everyday Moments by Rose Chandler Johnson

The meditations in this devotional come from my own personal experiences and devotional time. After filling several spiral notebooks over the years, I drew from those to compile God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea. These meditations reveal insights that resulted from prayer, reflection, and journaling about my daily experiences while meditating on God's Word. I like to focus on God showing Himself in [...]


20. Jan 2018
★★★★★

My Father's House - a novel by Rose Chandler Johnson

"My Father's House is at once a sweet romance and a page-turning thriller." (Christy Award-winning author, Ann Tatlock) Still reeling from a childhood tragedy, Lily hopes marriage will fill the hole in her heart. But when her relationship turns dark, it is her connection with God that will illuminate her path. This is one woman's compelling tale of love and survival as she finds her way back [...]


19. Jan 2018
★★★★★

A Stranger On My Land - A Civil War Romance by Sandra Merville Hart

The Civil War ushered in dark days to America. It challenged soldiers to their core, but they weren't alone in their struggles. In this inspirational romance, Carrie Bishop finds a wounded Union soldier, Adam Hendricks, outside her Lookout Mountain home the day after the famous Battle Above the Clouds while hiding out from the armies. As Adam's condition worsens, her ailing aunt encourages her [...]


19. Jan 2018
★★★★★

The Redemption of Caralynne Hayman by Carole Brown

What would you do to avenge the murder of a daughter? Caught in a cult situation, Caralynne stands alone against the abusive men who care little for the females of the group--until Pastor MacFarland returns to stand with her. Caralynne is outraged at her daughter's murder and seeks revenge. Dayne, the new pastor, seeks only to change the cult views and bring light and hope to Caralynne. Can [...]


19. Jan 2018
★★★★★

With Music In Their Hearts (The Spies of World War II Book 1) by Carole Brown

What's not to love? Romance and spies! WWII era and courage! Swirly skirts and high heels! Homberg hats and zula suits! When Minister Tyrell Walker is refused acceptance into the military, he's angry and confused, rightly so. But when approached by the FBI to serve as a civilian spy, he accepts. Clues lead him straight to Captain Ossie's boarding house, a home run by his eldest daughter, Emma [...]


18. Jan 2018
★★★★★

Ginny and Me - Reflections of What God Can Do by Christine Walters

My book is about growing up with a mentally ill mother and the impact of abuse displayed from her and my father. The benefit my book offers to readers is learning how to cope from lose, forgiving the people who done the unthinkable, healing for the soul and mind. Determination on not giving up on life is what inspired me to write my book. My primary readers are in the category of mental health, [...]


18. Jan 2018
★★★★★

The Splitting of the Adam - It's Time to Awaken! by Don Felumlee

Anticipated for years….. Debated for decades….. The "Catching Up" of the Saints! But what if? What if there's more to it than we've all been taught? What if? With his recent, non-fiction book release entitled "The Splitting of the Adam, It's Time to Awaken!", author and teacher Don Felumlee presents a powerful, contemplative study of the "Coming of the Lord", from a "Third Day" perspective! [...]


18. Jan 2018
★★★★★

Ghoul School by Mary Vigliante Szydlowski

P.S. 19 is out of control! It's heading for disaster. The students are completely running wild! They'd rather play tricks on their teachers than pay attention and learn. They dumped brown shoe polish in the teachers' lounge coffeemaker and made everyone sick. They glued one poor teacher to a chair as a joke, and now she can't get unstuck without losing her skirt. Their food fight in the cafeteria [...]


18. Jan 2018
★★★★★

Sunstone by Holly Barbo

A goddess with a mission travels the ocean of Myrn. She takes the time to hide sacred fossils as a safeguard for the young civilization she hopes will grow and flourish. Her precaution is well thought out and her preparation necessary if Myrn is to survive. As time goes on the baser side of human nature drives certain people to take advantage of those with less. Disease and unscrupulous people [...]


18. Jan 2018
★★★★★

Diary of an (Almost) Baby Boomer - Volume 1 - The Big Birthday by Jan Marsh

I love fictional diaries-Diary of a Nobody, Diary of a Provincial Lady, even, in its day, Bridget Jones's Diary, and keeping a diary of my own much less interesting life, writing this book gave me the chance to fantasise a bit. Not that some of the content was entirely fictional. Reviews suggest that Baby Boomers or those near in age will probably relate more to Stella Hart's life than [...]


18. Jan 2018
★★★★★

The Girl Who's Never Had A Valentine by Elizabeth Player

The Girl Who's Never Had a Valentine I first wrote this story for a magazine competition and it turned into something longer than I intended. I eventually submitted to Carina UK (digital imprint for Harlequin) and they accepted. My first e-book and I was thrilled. The cover was chosen by Carina publishers which I really like. I had originally titled the story 'Accidental Valentine' but [...]


18. Jan 2018
★★★★★

Whispers of the Past by Owen Clough

This book is New Zealand Historical Fiction. Coming out soon in Audio to complement the paperback and ebook format 40 year of genealogy was the driving force to write historical fiction, using my skills in research I wrote my first Novel. The second book in the trilogy will be out early this year Shadows of the Mind. The first book took two years to write, spending time in our bush to get the [...]


17. Jan 2018
★★★★★

Galveston - 1900, Indignities, Book Six - The Altercation by N.E. Brown

"The Altercation," sixth in the Indignities series. Trent Matthews, on his death bed, made one last wish: He wanted his wife, Catherine, to move the family back to Galveston for a fresh start. In this installment of the Galveston, 1900, Indignities Series, Catherine has her three youngest children enrolled in school. Her eldest son, Daniel, has dreamed of becoming a doctor and is pursuing [...]


17. Jan 2018
★★★★★

Carson Chance, P. I. by N.E. Brown

Having worked as a legal secretary in Dallas, Texas, in the 1960's, I worked part-time for a private investigator and a law professor. It was also a time when several of my class mates were in the service and were sent to fight in the Viet Nam war. Inspired by people I met during this era, I wanted to create a tale that would integrate some of their stories. All characters, places and events are [...]


16. Jan 2018
★★★★★

The Boy Next Door by Lolli Powell

I don't restrict myself to reading only books of a certain genre, and when an idea for a contemporary romance popped into my head after I'd written a mystery/thriller, I decided not to restrict myself to writing only one. However, I did think it would be wise to use a different name so a reader would know what to expect. My contemporary romance, The Boy Next Door, was probably the easiest book [...]


16. Jan 2018
★★★★★

Whiteout by Laurel Heidtman

In the early nineties, my husband and I bought our retirement home on private land overlooking a lake inside Daniel Boone National Forest in Kentucky. The house is a third of a mile back a gravel lane that runs off a forest service road, and we have to travel another ten miles on that forest service road to get to a county road. Simply put, we're in the boonies! At the time we bought our house, [...]


15. Jan 2018
★★★★★

The Bow of Hart Saga - Complete Series Books 1-3 by P. H. Solomon

Haunted by his past. Hunted in the present. Uncertain what is real. This unique epic fantasy will keep you turning pages as Athson discovers his destiny is both inconvenient and unavoidable. Athson has seen things that aren't there and suffered fits since being tragically orphaned as a child at the hands of trolls and Corgren the mage who serves Magdronu the dragon. When a strange will [...]


15. Jan 2018
★★★★★

Living Space - The First Year of the Foxwood Community by Jan Marsh

This is the first novel in the Foxwood trilogy which is set in a co-housing community on the border between England and Wales. The book traces the setting up of the community, a run-down Georgian mansion inherited by Maggie Perkins who with some old friends decides that living together but separately is the best way to combat loneliness and isolation. Slowly the community expands with like minded [...]


15. Jan 2018
★★★★★

Sharing Lives - Part 3 of the Foxwood Trilogy by Jan Marsh

This is the final part in a trilogy that has kept me busy for the last three years. The setting is Foxwood, a Georgian house on the border between England and Wales, a co living community set up byMaggie Perkins who inherited the house, run down and unloved. With foresight and commitment she set up an intentional community there which has grown and developed so that the residents- a motley crew- [...]


15. Jan 2018
★★★★★

Foxwood - Another Year by Jan Marsh

Earlier in 2014 I self- published LIVING SPACE, a novel about a group of friends who set up a cohousing community on the English/Welsh borders For me the writer there seemed to be so many possibilities for this group of characters, so many ways that the plot could go that I began to plan a trilogy based on their community at Foxwood. Plot lines I used in this second volume tended to be more [...]



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