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Book: The Other Side Of Darkness by Katie Haynes
We all believe that nothing could make us into something that we normally aren't. But, when your mind starts to drift and your thoughts aren't so pure, and it tells your body what to do, your emotions are taken to a new level, that you have never been before, and you pass over to...The other side of Darkness.
 
Book: White Supremacy - Dark Legacy by Allen L Pollens
"WHITE SUPREMACY" is a unique "factual fiction" book that wraps an exciting story around actual history. It relates what Joyce Levinson unexpectedly experiences when a local Nazi hate group decides to assert itself. It also tells of Nazism from its birth in 1930s Germany through to the present day. Included is information relating to the shockingly rapid rise in hate-based organizations around [...]
 
Book: Frienemies by Janie De Coster
Natasha is a successful young woman who works for one of Atlanta's most prosperous marketing firms, Emerson & Stuckey. Sloan Stevens is an ambitious young man working his way up the corporate ladder in the same firm. Friends since third grade, Natasha and Sloan contend that they're just friends, although the people closest to them suspect that they secretly harbor feelings for each other that run [...]
 
Book: The Lost Crown by La Kayshal
"A symbol of wealth, power and prosperity, the crown was never meant to be found." Carried away in the torrents of curiosity, Dr Ryan Johnson is accompanied by his happy-go-lucky friend, Christian Willis, to the golden city of Jaisalmer, India, in search of a crown lost centuries ago. They never expected a simple archaeological excavation to turn into a game of life and death. Problems arise when [...]
 
Book: Unpunished by D.D.K.
Unpunished is a story about, love, abuse, sex, betrayal, deceit ,mental illness,murder and the unknown. It's NOT a pretty story, however it is one woman's true story. Donna was on her way home from work one afternoon when she stopped to pick up her mail. She tore excitedly into a package that she assumed was from her mother; instead photographs from her past tumbled onto her lap. She is thrown [...]
 
Book: Nette by Barbara Rayne
In a world where gender was distinguished by the eye color, blue for female and brown for male, she had the misfortune of being born as brown eyed girl. Being ugly and a freak to everyone was the least of her troubles. Immortal and destined to be a queen, her mere existence was a threat to the king. After everyone she loved was brutally murdered, she had no choice but to pursue the path she was [...]
 
Book: Enmitus - The Transformation by Diane Major
Enmitusis a science fiction book. People from Earth have to seek a new home and they travel through space on 6 spaceships for centuries. During the journey 2 spaceships are lost. By the time they find planets to settle on they have become independent tribes and choose different planets. Princess Corinna lives with her father underground on Serenitus until Great Lords from Enmitus and Verdantus [...]
 
Book: No Ice, No Slice by Hugo Tang
A controversial and touching novel that has been years in the making. If The Catcher in The Rye, had a threesome with Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and A Long Way Down, this book would be their illegitimate love-child! Harry Chen is living life in the fast lane; part-time entrepreneur, part-time alcoholic, successful nightclub manager and in love with his gorgeous fiancee. For the popular, [...]
 
Book: Teddy by Dave English
Try to imagine, even if it's just for a moment, that toys could talk! What kind of stories would they tell? Would they tell of the happy hours they spent with the children, or would they relate other things? The things that children and toys keep for themselves knowing that adults don't always believe what they have to say. This short story is about one of these toys and the relationship that he [...]
 
Book: Wake Me Up So I Can Dream by Ashlee North
Synopsis: Wake Me Up So I Can Dream is a disturbing story of nightmares, visions, dreams, and fears that will have you questioning everything in the confusing world of Sasha, a beautiful young woman with a tortured past. Sasha is a gentle soul, who after much hardship falls in love against the odds with Michael, who once was just a friend. Michael loves her immensely, but things change swiftly [...]
 
Book: The Difficult Journey by May J. Panayi
What if the world was like this? This book is about human nature. Compassion, hatred, fear, love and intense passion in every form. It is the story of a group of people, and their actions and responses to another group of people, who happen to be trying to move from point A to point B on this planet of ours, for whatever reasons. Whatever position of opinion from which you approach this story, it [...]
 
Book: Desires of a Deceiver by Barbara Woster
The enmity of a deranged mind causes a young woman to face the greatest challenge of her life. 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 [...]
 
Book: Revenge by Ann Robbins Phillips
On October 28, 1862, the Hoopers break into the house of the Watson family and kill three men, injure and resultantly kill one teenage girl, and rape another young woman. Nine-year-old Nathe Watson is a witness to this western North Carolina Mountain massacre, but escapes through a window to get help at the urging of his mother. When he returns, it is to find the heads of the men atop pike poles [...]
 
Book: The Damned Generation by Maurice Connolly
Contemporary Ireland as well as the superstitious Ireland of the early fifties brought vividly to life. However, the setting could be universal as human emotions run parallel in all societies. And emotion, in all its rawness, is explored in this fascinating collection. Peopled by some extraordinary characters it is certain to remain vividly implanted in the mind long after the stories have [...]
 
Book: FOUR'S A CROWD by Maria Bradley
Jack didn't have a good start in life. At 17 he is homeless, mixed up with the evil drug dealer known as Ger and living in a world where he doesn't belong. Enter; Chairman, the charismatic and fun-loving tramp with a swanky, up-town accent who hasn't a clue who he is! After rescuing the spirited gypsy girl, Sky from an attempted abduction they are plunged into a murder mystery and adventure [...]
 
Book: Mother In-Law Guilty of Murder by Dominique Wilkins
A young woman craving acceptance and love, endures both mental and physical fights and trials for love. Fighting for her man, her family and happiness, while her mother in-law, also fights, just as hard, to replace her with her preferred choice for her son. Her mother in-law stops at nothing to make her life miserable, in hopes to get rid of her, by any means necessary! An urban book about a [...]
 
Book: The Island of Lote by Emily Kinney
Milo Hestler is a lonely, unusual, fourteen-year-old girl. She is constantly moving from home to home with her oblivious parents. The only friend she has is her conscience, whom she has named Bob. Her only comforts are cooking and listening to hip-hop. When her family moves yet again, Milo is bullied mercilessly by her classmates. Such treatment prompts her to travel to Australia for summer camp. [...]
 
Book: Return to Taylor's Crossing by Janie Dempsey Watts
Summer, 1959. In a small Georgia town, dairy worker Abednego Harris, 19, not only stands out for his skillful handling of bulls, but because of his color. When Lola James, 17, arrives to do day work for a nearby family, Abednego is smitten. As the young couple falls in love, racial tensions heat up, threatening their world. A violent attack tears them apart and spins their lives in different [...]
 
Book: Left Side Shadow of the Sun by Ife Fyne-Nsofor
Left Side Shadow of the Sun is a novel that documents the memoirs of a girl who was once abducted to serve as a soldier with the Northern Ugandan rebels, the LRA. It is a compelling tale of integrity, and faith, that tugs nostalgically at the human need for the preservation of a freedom from fear itself rather than the elements that one is afraid of. Left Side Shadow of the Sun introduces [...]
 
Book: Her Keeper by Helen Karol
The feud between Detective Rick Andrews and Sara Michaels is legendary and no one ever wants to stand in the line of fire when they go at it. Despite the feud, everyone knows Rick and Sara fell in love the day they met - only they just keep making war not love. Sara - I've never forgiven Rick for humiliating me during my freshman week in college. Ever since I returned to my sleepy hometown of [...]
 
Book: Snakes in the Swamp - Commentary on the First 100 Days by Don Storch
A concise, insightful commentary on Donald J. Trump's first 100 days as President of the United States. Storch has nailed this period with precision, highlighting events and Trump's accomplishments despite the backlash from the opposition, as well as from his own party. Told in a unique style, Storch explores the bold moves as Trump forges ahead, regardless of the negative press, vowing to keep [...]
 
Book: Personification of Injustice by Connie Jordan
Truth is usually a matter of perception. Truth can be daunting and unyielding, making you face things you are unwilling to expose in the context of the conversations looming, making understanding float out the door as you give up the right to proceed in honesty, making it easy to compromise the interaction, I beseech you to surrender to the truths being exposed in the conversations. Those [...]
 
Book: Bad Blood (Revenge Series) by Ann Robbins Phillips
Nathe and Addie Watson are warned by Amps, a ghost from Nathe's past, that the Hooper-Watson Feud might still be fermenting. Nathe thinks it's due to Bad Blood. Bad Blood--the fact that a person is bad because of his or her blood line. Is that possible? The struggle involves Glee Hooper, his wife's nephew, which hides activity in the mountains that's illegal. Their daughter, Lottie, has become an [...]
 
Book: Christmas on Elm Street & the Scrooge Effect by Kathleen Janz-Anderson
Four short stories to brighten your Christmas season. Ole Mr. Scrooge is as grumpy as a bear who's been waken from his winter nap. Get ready for a good chuckle. Then there's the Upton sisters who can barely say a decent word to each other. Boy are they in for a surprise. We all love a coming of age story. This one takes us into the lives of Merrily and Nicholas who were born Christmas day in the [...]
 
Book: Her Keeper Episode One by Helen Karol
The feud between Detective Rick Andrews and Sara Michaels is legendary and no one ever wants to stand in the line of fire when they go at it. Despite the feud, everyone knows Rick and Sara fell in love the day they met - only they just keep making war not love. Sara - I've never forgiven Rick for humiliating me during my freshman week in college. Ever since I returned to my sleepy hometown of [...]
 
Book: z2 by Sherrie Cronin
Alex once walked away from a rare ability to warp time, thinking it was only a young man's trick to play basketball better. Now, as a father and teacher, he needs to relearn the skill quickly before the past begins to destroy his own future. To protect his daughter and his most promising student, he must stop the school at which he teaches from turning the clock backwards to an era of white [...]
 
Book: The Invisible Chains - Part 1 - Bonds of Hate (Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse) by Andrew Ashling
Anaxantis, prince of Ximerion. You will hate him... if your heart isn't big enough. While the kingdom of Ximerion is threatened at its southern border by a major power, the high king sends his two youngest sons, the half brothers Anaxantis and Ehandar, as Lord Governors to the Northern Marches where minor raids by wild barbarians are expected. Under the guidance of an old and trusted general, the [...]
 
Book: The One That Binds - The Dark Rainbow Project by Daniel Murano
Raine Falinmore is a young woman with massive potential in a rapidly decaying world. Despite her secret supernatural ability to heal plant life, the land around the home of her deceased parents continues to deteriorate. Raine's already shaky world is upended when she discovers a network of caves that runs beneath her property and a group of orphans who live in it. Although her appearance is not [...]
 
Book: Living In God's Peace by Don Terry
In Living in God's Peace, by Don Terry, you will find help to handle life's challenges. Its chapters teach by sharing personal experience and Biblical illustrations to provide greater understanding, passion and victory in daily living. I was inspired to write this book initially as a way to share my experiences with my children to help them through life's challenges. Though my boys were my first [...]
 
Book: HIS to Keep Episode 1 by Helen Karol
Sara has finally admitted her feelings to Rick and he has declared his intention to never let her go. Can Sara surrender enough to meet his demands and her own needs? During a day and night of hot interaction, Rick has succeeded in convincing Sara to agree to a trial run of his year long 'sentence'. She agrees to accept him as Her Keeper, to answer to him in all things - For the weekend. Luke and [...]
 
Book: Temples of a Fantasy Revenge: The Revenge Chronicles Fantasy Series by Christopher Griffith
Temples of a Fantasy Revenge is part of the Revenge Chronicles fantasy series - the story follows that most wronged of characters, Saman, as he outlives the ancient civilizations of Arzac and attempts to exact his revenge on Thera by destroying the love and friendships she has built in her present incarnation as teen going on young adult Roxie. Journeying to Rathe once more, Saman sits in the [...]
 
Book: A Twin's Redemption - A Story of Hope by Yassy F
A passage through time: a dark secret has been revealed. What would two twins do at that age? What life would they live? "It was our first day of kindergarten. I clutched my sister Angelica's hand, squeezing it tightly. She was gripping mine even harder. My sister and I were not typical four-year-olds. We viewed ourselves more on par at least in life lessons with tenth graders" "I still didn't [...]
 
Book: Revenge Of The CEO by Peter Ralph
What would you do if you were framed and sentenced to twenty years in an Asian prison? Would it make any difference if the heinous crimes that you'd gotten away with carried far longer sentences? Would knowing that your actions led directly to the suicide of your financial controller prick your conscience? Blind hate kept Douglas Aspine alive in Changi Prison. He had no conscience or compassion [...]
 
Book: The Freedman and the Pharaoh's Staff by Lane Heymont
In 1871, the United States government has nearly eradicated the Ku Klux Klan, who they fear will inspire Southern whites to make certain the South will rise again. The Klan's remaining forces have retreated to Louisiana in hopes of escaping the "Northern" government. Jeb, a former slave, rescues his brother-in-law Crispus from the Ku Klux Klan, only to be drawn into a world of Creole Voodoo, [...]
 
Book: God on Trial - A Short Fiction by Dr. Sabri Bebawi
For the main character of Sabri Bebawi God On Trial, each moment brings a torment of some kind. The character is extremely intelligent and yet disturbed by thoughts that never cease, as well as memories that evoke strong responses, eventually leading to a confusion of time and current reality. Indeed, as time progresses, the confusion grows worse; his reality rarely merges with truth. Paranoia [...]
 
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