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21. Oct 2017
★★★★★

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

I learned a lot about life in the late 1880s in both Scotland and Australia from this book. This author tells a story in much the same way as Catherine Cookson, pulling the reader into the action and getting you invested in the characters so that you care what happens to them. I will definitely be reading more of this author's books. I thoroughly enjoyed the characterisations, plot and [...]


20. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Transformed - POTUS - A Quirky Romantic Thriller by Suzanne Falter

Transformed: POTUS Imagines the First Post- Trump President -- a Little Humor for Trying Times. What if the first Post Trump President was a tech-guru turned politician who also happens to be a sex addict? And what if he had trouble hanging on to the nuclear codes while partying in his version of Camp David ... Las Vegas? The third in the popular indie series, 'Transformed', Transformed: [...]


20. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Alyce Leaves Wonderland by Nataisha T Hill

Life as an only child can be wonderful and full of perks. There is the luxury of not having to share or fight with siblings over items that belong to you, every Christmas gift under the tree is yours, and only your accomplishments matter to your parents. Therefore, life for the young and beautiful Alyce Wilson seemingly is grand. Her parents are extremely wealthy, she's graduating at the top of [...]


20. Oct 2017
★★★★★

The Healer's Curse by J. P. Doyle

**FIVE OUT OF FIVE STARS - IndieReader Reviews** 4.6 out of 5 stars on Amazon! Featured in Huff Post's Best Books of the Month - September 2017 THE HEALER's CURSE is a supernatural thriller with a medical twist. Alex Trent's life gets turned upside down when he discovers he has developed the ability to heal anyone just by touching them. He thought he was on the fast track to fame and [...]


20. Oct 2017
★★★★

The Great Decoy - An Oak Island Short Story by Pedro A. Ribeiro

downloaded this book a while a go, I think it was with a discount at the time, and it has been just sitting here on my kindle. started to read, and it was quite a revelation. very pleasant, funny and with a plot that grabs your interest it's a shame it is too short of a book. but still, very recommendable.


19. Oct 2017
★★★★★

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

Interesting characters, great pace and lots of intrigue. A well written book, based on a true story, that gives an insight into how life was for pioneers in the 1880s.


18. Oct 2017
★★★★★

The Real World Guide to Digital Filmmaking by Kevin DiBacco

The Real World Guide to Digital Filmmaking is a cross between the trials a tribulations of an Independent filmmaker and a reference book on how to produce and sell your Independent film or video production. It's a No Nonsense guide written from 'Real' life experiences that happened on the film shoots. Everything in the book is true and were compiled to write this book. Both, the good and the [...]


18. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Silent Threat (Mission Recovery Book 1) by Dana Marton

A former Navy SEAL, Cole has returned home missing his best friend, his hearing, and the use of his right arm. Frustrated at the loss of his military career, Cole jumps at the chance to go undercover at a rehab center to discover who leaked sensitive military information to an enemy. But part of being undercover is going through therapy himself - the last thing Cole wants to do. And when he finds [...]


18. Oct 2017
★★★★★

A Vampire's Unlikely Alliance (Demon's Witch Series Book 3) by Tena Stetler

Stefan, a Native American vampire, was a character from my first book in the Demon's Witch Series, A Demon's Witch. It became a best seller five months after its release. For A Vampire's Unlikely Alliance, I wanted to write a different vampire tale, so rather than leave him as the Vampire Council's assassin, I released him from service and he moved to Montana, took a job as the midnight DJ for [...]


18. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Davenport House 4 - Heiress Interrupted by Marie Silk

The fourth book to the Davenport House family saga is divided into two parts with a unique timeline. Readers discover Nellie Whitmore's side of the story, beginning with the Easter Parade in New York City, the greatest socialite event of the year. "Heiress Interrupted" follows Nellie as she journeys from America to Britain aboard the RMS Lusitania. New characters from London are introduced with a [...]


18. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Ripples Through Time (Time Series) by Lincoln Cole

This is one of the hardest books I've ever had to write, and it took me many years to complete. Much of it comes from my childhood and my family, and I felt like it was important to establish that no one is all good or all bad: A family man in his eighties, Calvin is alone for the first time in over sixty years. His wife, Emily, recently passed away and he isn't taking her death well. He [...]


18. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Second Chances (Time) by Lincoln Cole

This book was important to me because it represented something entirely different. I wanted to write a social commentary about life and what the conversation feels like in America right now, but I wasn't really sure where to start. It's such a conflicted point in our history and I feel like there is a lot happening: Nichole is caught in a tough position, juggling too many responsibilities as [...]


18. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Echoes of Time (The Guernsey Novels Book 5) by Anne Allen

I loved writing this book! Echoes of Time is my first dual-time, time-slip novel and was so interesting to write. It's set partly in German-occupied Guernsey in WWII, following Olive's story, and partly in present-day Guernsey with Natalie who ends up buying what was Olive's old farmhouse. That's when the fun begins! Natalie has weird dreams, as if she is someone else, someone living in a [...]


18. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Eyes Don't Lie by Crystal D Mason

An experience I had as a teen inspired me to come up with the title Eyes Don't Lie. One of the scenes in the book is representative of my personal encounter. It's the scene involving McKenzie spending the night over to her friend's house, and she could discern that her dad was a rapist by looking in to his eyes. But because her spiritual gift was yet to be developed, she didn't recognize and/or [...]


18. Oct 2017
★★★★★

From Mormon To Mermaid - One Woman's Journey From Oppression to Freedom by Lorelei Kay

I'm in my 80's and had no idea how oppressive the Mormon church is! I knew some Mormons throughout my life and always found them to be hard-working but a bit stand-offish. I used to attend the Episcopal Church and remember a very troubled young man, a former Mormon, who sought counseling with our priest. I believe he was a homosexual. I applaud Lorelei Kay for having the courage and tenacity [...]


18. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Rain Clouds and Waterfalls by Piper Templeton

My lifelong love for the Beatles inspired this novel told in linked short stories. Each chapter/story is named after a Beatles song, which serves as the overlaying theme of the particular slice of life segment. It takes place in a New Orleans suburb in the 1970s and early 1980s. The tranquil, mundane daily life routines belie the struggle, hopes and entrapment that confront protagonist Ellen [...]


18. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Beneath the Shady Tree by Piper Templeton

I began writing Beneath the Shady Tree back in the early 2000s. That's when I used to meet regularly with a group of budding writers and we critiqued one another's work. The plot and characters were pretty well-developed and several chapters had been written. Then it hit. Hurricane Katrina. Everyone in the New Orleans and the surrounding areas got blindsided by the Storm of the Century. The [...]


18. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Red Clover by Florence Osmund

The troubled son of a callous father and socialite mother struggles through life trying to determine where he fits in. A sizeable inheritance from his mother's favorite uncle that comes with some unusual strings attached prompts him to resolve his own meaning of success, that is until shocking family secrets cause him to rethink who he is and where heʼs going. Armed with a masterʾs degree [...]


18. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Boxed Set - The Coach House and Daughters by Florence Osmund

This two-book series begins when twenty-four-year-old Marie discovers the extent of her husband Richard's involvement in 1940s Chicago underground activities. She runs for her life, fate drawing her to Kansas where she rents a coach house apartment that she believes to be a safe refuge. But Richard isn't about to let her go easily, and his attempts at coercing her to believe that she is safer [...]


18. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Storm Warning by Nick Korolev

For Historical Fiction readers who like stories based on real history with a good dose of controversy Storm Warning is for you. Part sea chase and part courtroom drama, this is the story of notorious slaver, Nathaniel Gordon, the only slaver hung for the crime of piracy by an 1820's law declaring slavers to be pirates that was never enforced until the Lincoln administration. It is also the story [...]


18. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Dark Waters by Nick Korolev

People have always had a fascination with stories of famous shipwrecks, especially those steeped in controversy. DARK WATERS is the suspenseful maritime historical novel of the sinking of the Lusitania, the most magnificent and fastest liner of her time that held a deadly secret. She had been built with Admiralty money to be easily converted to an armed naval cruiser and was being used to smuggle [...]


18. Oct 2017
★★★★★

The Swamp Dragon by Nick Korolev

For those who like their history spiced heavily with fantasy, THE SWAMP DRAGON will take you to a new world where fantasy blends with reality. From the misty mountains and shadowy hollows of Laurel, West Virginia a new legend arises. It is 1863 in Civil War-torn southern Hardy County. Beloved school teacher, George Voorhees cares only for the children he teaches and the love of his life, Sarah [...]


16. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Wine Heir - Bad Boy Billionaire Romance by Tawny Amaya

Wine Heir is a beautiful story of falling love with your childhood best friend. Jackson is an alpha male billionaire who returns home to his family's vineyard to find his childhood friend Bree has grown into a beautiful woman. She has always loved him but never thought he would be interested in her. He is more than interested in her now, he can't stop thinking about her. She hasn't stopped [...]


16. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Real - A Cyberpunk Thriller (Simp Series Book 2) by Dena Nicotra

Real is the second installment in the cyberpunk Simp Series. Set in an alternate dystopian future...It's the year 2039 and synthetic humans have destroyed the simple life their developers promised to deliver. Hailey "Lee" Pachello is trying to move on with her life in the small desert town of Redburg (population 72), but she still doesn't "do" people very well. She prefers spending her time with [...]


16. Oct 2017
★★★★★

Rhinestones on My Flip-Flops - Choosing Extravagant Joy in the Midst of Everyday Mess-Ups by Jane Jenkins Herlong

Okay, Ladies, every stage of womanhood has its challenges or flip-flops. I am a professional speaker and my comedy is featured on Sirius/XM Radio so I understand through my speaking how challenging being a woman is! The question is, how do you handle these inevitable events? We all have a choice; we can either flip out and become a flop or add rhinestones to these occasions. How, you may ask? [...]



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