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23. Jul 2016
★★★★★

The School Bus by John Black

Frank Rivers is an elderly man who for 45 years, drove a school bus for Pine Lake, North Carolina. Living a hard luck life, each turn seem to bring about more trouble. When he is wrongfully terminated, reaching his final limits, he buys the old bus and drives it across country sowing seeds of hardship and blessings. His final destination is Big Sur California. Toby Wilson from Maple Valley [...]


23. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Have Mercy by Mischief Ardmore

Mischief Ardmore is the erotic pen name of award-winning fantasy, science fiction, and horror author, and freelance writer, Jennifer Fales / J. A. Fales. Have Mercy, a steamy BDSM Fantasy vignette featuring sweet, sexy Sister Mercy and the powerful, dominant demon hybrid Arioch, is her inaugural erotica title, published through Cobblestone Press in July of 2016. After the fearsome hybrid prince [...]


23. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Supplements - What Supplements You Should Be Taking by Helen Okoye

As a public health physician, who has served as a scientific researcher for several popular nutrition companies, and websites, I have in-depth knowledge about the importance of supplements to the human body. If you are like most people, you know you need supplements, but have no real clue, about the real health benefits. You walk into a store, and are inundated by the countless types of [...]


23. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Florida Gambler's Guide by Andrew Keith

This book covers the many different kinds of gambling opportunities in Florida from Jai-Ali to Baccarat, horse racing, Bingo, Roulette,Poker,and Poker tournaments. Discount programs and Freebies are available at many locations. While gambling takes on different forms in different places, Florida has a variety of locations and sports betting attractions. Many of the locations offer free food to [...]


21. Jul 2016
★★★★★

The Penumbra Paradox by Jennifer Fales

The Penumbra Paradox is a science fiction story from the award-winning author of science fiction, fantasy, and horror, Jennifer Fales / J.A. Fales. The book follows beautiful twenty-three-year-old Nahlah Penumbra, the daughter of the eldest son of the powerful Ceterian House of Penumbra and S'thena, a slave of unknown genetic origins, through an interplanetary journey that holds wonder, betrayal, [...]


21. Jul 2016
★★★★

THE LAST HURRAH - An elderly couple enjoys one last celebration as they face the end of life's journey. by Carmel McMurdo Audsley

This author has a way of weaving words into sentences that impact on the reader. I always feel something when I read her work. If you think you don't have time for the people in your life, then you need to read this story. As John Lennon said 'life is what's happening while we are busy making other plans'.


21. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Blackmailed (Virginia Bluebloods Book 4) by BJ Wane

Blackmailed is the fourth and last book in my Virginia Bluebloods series and I'm both excited and sad to see the end. This was my first attempt at a series and it's success has far exceeded anything I've done before. Wes has just come off a break-up and is still dealing with his ex's betrayal when he a woman enters a bar and catches his eye. It wasn't her too thin frame that snagged his [...]


20. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Little Lily - based on the memoir Destination - Freedom by Lily Amis

A loving story about a little girl named Lily and her mother Sima. Mother and daughter are being protected and blessed by the guardian Angel of hope during a difficult journey in their life. Surviving war and leaving their hometown, their loved ones, family and friends is a challenging experience for little Lily and her mom. Starting a new life in a foreign country in Europe is even harder. A [...]


20. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Angel of Hope & Lily - featuring Monsieur Jac Couture by Lily Amis

A loving story about the guardian Angel of Hope, who protects a young girl named Lily, her mum Sima and her secret buddy, a tiny and super smart snail, Monsieur Jac Couture. With only two suitcases and a large supply of hope, the three start a new life in Europe. But they won't be able to make it through the difficult times without the support, love and care of their guardian angel: the Angel of [...]


20. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Definition of Freedom by Lily Amis

Definition of Freedom is the follow-up story to Destination: Freedom, an autobiographical novel. The escape from a war-torn home to Europe was only the start of a new set of problems. The sacrifice of giving up everything precious in her young life was only the beginning of a lifelong misery as an adult. Growing up in a country, where Lily felt unwelcome and rejected from minute one was an [...]


20. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Angel of Love & Lily - Zak, my sweet inspiration by Lily Amis

The world is not just black & white and there's always another side of every story… Well this is my side. This is Lilys side of the story... Lily falls in love for the very first time with the smart and handsome Cypriot football player Zak. He becomes her Angel of Love and her sweet Inspiration but soon he breaks her heart in pieces. And there is nothing worse than betrayal by a person we [...]


20. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Peanut & Lily - A beautiful love story about a lifelong friendship by Lily Amis

PEANUT & LILY, a sweet story about a little cat named Peanut. It is a reminder for kids and adults to take more care of innocent pets, who need our love and support. PEANUT & LILY is Lily Amis's first children's book based on a true and loving story. Peanut is a tiny little cat who has lost her whole family. She's all by herself in a big city. Peanut is afraid of everything and forlorn about her [...]


20. Jul 2016
★★★★★

The Nepali Flat by Gordon Alexander

Join Gordon for a spot of Himalayan-style trekking in this laugh-out-loud account of taking on one of the most formidable hikes on Earth. Whether you're desperate to travel there, or looking for a good excuse not to go, The Nepali Flat will point you in the right direction. Gordon teams up with mountain guide Subash and Sherpa-porter Nima (collectively dubbed Seabass and Nemo by another Aussie [...]


20. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Don't Mess with Maala (Wonderfully Short Series Book 3) by Cristiano Caffieri

When artist Caelan Foley settled in St. Tropez he didn't mean to, he just fell in love with the place, and he didn't intend to fall for a beautiful girl called Aicha, who was under the influence of a high priestess named Maala either. It all started when his ex-wife, who was very rich, wanted him out of her life so that she could marry an Italian Count. In exchange for a quick divorce he [...]


20. Jul 2016
★★★★★

A Silver Medallion (A Crystal Moore Suspense Book 2) by James R. Callan

Here's what a noted author had to say about A Silver Medallion, book #2 in the Crystal Moore Suspense Series: "A Silver Medallion is a gripping, action-packed adventure from talented author James Callan. Crystal Moore is a tough and savvy heroine ..." New York Times Bestselling Author Bobbi Smith. Once I read a L.A. Times story on a woman being held a virtual slave by virtue of threats to her [...]


20. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Dubai, 1 City 2 Different Tales - Chilling True Short Story Collections Set In The Middle East Tell The Dazzling City's Beastly Wicked Side. by Northern Empress

Most people see Dubai as the fantastic, elegant country of the Middle East with resplendent apartments, villas and dazzling night life. This is only one side. I lived in Dubai, U.A.E. for approximately three and a half years with my spouse. During this time, I saw both the good and the bad sides of the human condition. It was only after a few months that I realized there was more to the city than [...]


20. Jul 2016
★★★★★

The Hambledown Dream by Dean Mayes

The Hambledown Dream, my debut novel for Central Avenue Publishing, is a romantic fiction novel that combines my love of classical guitar with my fascination with reincarnation and the possibilities for life continuing after death. I was inspired to write this novel based upon a what if idea. What if I good and kind person, with everything to live for, is struck down too soon and is [...]


20. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Gifts of the Peramangk by Dean Mayes

Gifts of the Peramangk represents my quest to understand one of the most controversial periods in Australia's history - the White Australia Policy - and the resultant Stolen Generations. Through the eyes of a young Aboriginal child prodigy named Ruby, I sought to portray a very real family who has been profoundly affected by the policies of the past and I explore their struggle in a modern [...]


20. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Smartphone Utopia - The story of a man who learns how to use his mobile device to change his life by J. Arthur Squiers

Smartphone Utopia is an instructional fiction story that teaches you how your smartphone can change your life. Among many readers who have enjoyed Smartphone Utopia, business owners have also purchased this book for their employees in order to show them how to use a mobile device to be more productive and organized. The inspiration for this book came from twenty years in the software industry, [...]


18. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Grimwald's Evil Plan by Rachel McGrath

Being good is so boring! Grimwald is a fairy godfather in training, but he is so bored with trying to be good. He wants to have some fun and create a little bit of mischief. He decides to create an evil plan, thinking that it would be fun and exciting. However, when things do not go to plan, Grimwald starts to realise that having fun has a whole new meaning. When he is suddenly called to [...]


18. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Saving Summer by Constance Masters

Summer is a bit of a mess. She's smart and beautiful and has been lucky to get an internship at the zoo in the town where she attends college. Her parents aren't really happy with Summer not coming home for vacation and she knows that if she loses internship that's exactly where she'll be going, home. The extra credit she'll get is also crucial to her passing her courses. Ben runs the intern [...]


18. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Tony And His Friends (The Adventures Of Tony The Deer Book 5) by Liberty Dendron

I remember first mentioning my authorship intent to family 2006. Then I started writing—The Adventures of "Tony the Deer." A few years later, comments ranged from supportive to discouraging—but I wasn't deterred. Continuing to write, I wrote more stories. Just speaking the words of my writing goal gave projects life – sprouting the seeds. Gradually I put a series of experiences in my [...]


18. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Glossolalia (The Agents of the Nevermind Book 1) by Tantra Bensko

What if your subconscious determined the fate of nations – and you didn't know why? This book is about the need for becoming the authentic whole self and finding someone who can accept that about you; about the heroism of recognizing, resisting, and exposing social engineering; the uncomfortable truth about the unsavory practices behind the scenes in our country; overcoming addiction; secret [...]


18. Jul 2016
★★★★★

Legend of the Hour (The Lynchman's Owl Serials Book 2) by B.Y. Yan

The follow-up to A Lynchman's Owl acts as a bridging episode in the five-parter origins story, mostly inspired by the old serials I loved (and still adore) to read. Most notably we must give credit to Sir Arthur and his greatest creation, which sets an admittedly high bar for those who might wish to follow. I can only hope that with the two halves of the Lynchman's Owl, twenty-years before and [...]


18. Jul 2016
★★★★★

The Order Of Things - An Indian Legend by Robert Marquiss

Indians have lived in the south west of Northern America for longer than the white man has been on the East Coast. No one thinks that Indians ran across dinosaurs, but I venture to say that they did! I have found that not many people know that tigers, mammoths and other creatures lived in that area in the distant past. There is a museum dedicated to creatures of that distant past called The La [...]



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