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21. Oct 2019
★★★★★

Find The Best in U - Quick guide to personal style, positive attitude and inner strength to bring out the best from you by Leena Joshi

'Find The Best In U' is about finding your personal style combined with positive attitude and inner strength. It is a quick guide about bringing out the best from you. In todays turbulent and competitive world , people are looking for ways for self help and improvement to become the better version of themselves. Being an image consultant and a motivational i always wanted to reach out to more [...]


20. Oct 2019
★★★★★

Mya (His Majesty's Elite Book 1) by Missy Sheldrake

Mya Songspinner is a child prodigy. Her singing voice rivals all others, and her speaking voice can sway anyone to her will. In Mya, the young girl of 13 journeys across the sea to Cerion to compete in His Majesty's Entertainments. If she wins the competition, she'll be awarded more money than she has ever known in her lifetime. Her father's warnings have always held her back: Never speak [...]


20. Oct 2019
★★★★★

Get Your Sparkle Back - 10 Steps to Weight Loss and Overcoming Emotional Eating by Silvana Siskov

After working with many female clients experiencing variety of health issues and struggling with weight loss, I decided to write a book that can empower women to take better care of themselves, create better health and lose weight. A woman of any age can benefit from reading this book as it focuses on self-love and self-care, and it pays attention to developing a positive mindset and building [...]


19. Oct 2019
★★★★★

10 World Wonders - (kids books ages 6-8, 4-6, books for kids age 9-12, preschool books) (Kids Books For Young Explorers Book 1) by Gene Lipen

This book is meant to inspire and excite young kids about our planet. With so many beautiful and unique places that can be visited and discovered, we felt privileged and happy to share some of them with every child out there. This book is the first one in the series Kids Books for Young Explorers, where kids will join Arthur, a happy and full of life dog that loves adventure, on a journey to 10 [...]


19. Oct 2019
★★★★★

The Final Flag - Folds of Honor by John E. Nevola

Sergeant First Class Dylan West is a combat veteran and the Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge of the Sentinels at Arlington National Cemetery. At a chance meeting in a military hospital with a World War II veteran, he volunteers to find out what happened to seven missing soldiers from the War. Was it because his own father was among the missing in Vietnam? Did his duty and daily proximity to the [...]


19. Oct 2019
★★★★★

Private Messages by Connie Lafortune

Private Messages is a heart-rendering journey about two lonely people who find themselves rushing headlong down an unexpected path. . . Zane was known as a cold-hearted businessman, but he clawed his way to the top and wasn't about to slide back downhill. Lili has loved and in the end, lost a piece of her soul, her will to create a "new normal." When they meet, little could they realize how [...]


19. Oct 2019
★★★★★

The Takings - A Psychological Thriller by Sandie Will

Secrets sometimes hide, only to reveal themselves when you least expect them. Sometimes they're in your dreams. Sometimes they're in your memories. And sometimes they show themselves in the corner of your eye. These are the forgotten places. The ones we tend to ignore. But Adrian Webster can't ignore them. His best friend's son is missing and visions of the crime scene are plaguing him—ones [...]


19. Oct 2019
★★★★★

The Caging at Deadwater Manor - An insane asylum psychological thriller inspired by true events by Sandie Will

About eight years ago, I asked my dad if he ever saw anything creepy while he worked short periods at psychiatric hospitals. I wanted to see if I could write dark and was looking for some ideas. Well, did I ever get an idea! He told me he found two human cages hidden away in the attic. One was pink and one was blue—like nursery colors. He also told me rich families would pay to keep their [...]


18. Oct 2019
★★★★★

Our Gun - The incredible true story of the South African war and Krupp Number Four. by Geoff Michael Lawson

Our Gun is an unusual story. In a national sense, Krupp Number Four is 'Our Gun'. It is our only 19th century, black powder Krupp, and the first artillery gun trophy brought home from our first international war; therefore it is an icon and a national military treasure. But the story of Krupp N04 is more than a story about a gun. It is really a story of politics and events in far off South Africa [...]


18. Oct 2019
★★★★★

Goddess Of The Wild Thing by Paul DeBlassie III

Goddess of the Wild Thing touches your unconscious mind with stirrings of love, doubt, and possibilities. As a psychologist treating people struggling with love issues, I've heard stories that shaped this thriller. It comes from real-life ups and downs, hopes and dreams in relationships. In psychotherapy, I've seen folks suffer from making relationship mistakes, experiencing trauma, then closing [...]


17. Oct 2019
★★★★★

Jump Grenade by Michael D. Smith

Billy Bolamme, Junior Dropout Basketball League star, joins shamanic forces with Guenevere "Uni" Ryder, fellow high school dropout, art gallery receptionist, and unwitting accomplice to thirty thousand murders. Berserk at missing his five hundredth point in a row, ridiculed by radio announcer Frank Chester over the arena P.A. system, Billy batters Chester and ties him up, leaving him to stare at [...]


17. Oct 2019
★★★★★

Mr. December - Family Life, Love, and Firefighter Heros in a Small Town (Heroes of Rogue Valley - Calendar Guys Book 10) by Ann Roth

This is book 12 of my Firefighters series. A Christmas love story you won't soon forget. Sexy firefighter Liam Gibson, aka "Mr. December" on the firefighters calendar doesn't trust easily, yet photographer Grace stole his heart. At one time they had a great relationship that Liam intended make permanent with a marriage proposal. But the sudden death of Grace's father changed everything. His [...]


17. Oct 2019
★★★★★

These Islands Here - Short Stories of the South Pacific by Bronwyn Elsmore

A novel is a marriage. A short story a love affair. Short stories are "the way we live…what our friends tell us, in their pain and joy" [Andre Dubus]; "tiny windows into other worlds and other minds and other dreams," "journeys you can make to the far side of the universe and be back in time for dinner" [Neil Gaiman]. Many prominent authors have been enthusiastic writers of short stories, [...]


16. Oct 2019
★★★★★

Puppy Training - How to housetrain your puppy effectively by Alexandra Santos

Puppy owners, especially inexperienced ones, experience so much joy with their pups, but also face many challenges - "What should we do when our puppy play bites? Why doesn't he come when we call him? Why does he steal and destroy our things? How can we go on walks without him pulling on the leash? Why does he urinate everywhere except on the training pads?" As a professional dog behavior [...]


16. Oct 2019
★★★★★

The Sun God's Heir - Return (Book One) by Elliott Baker

The Sun God's Heir: Return is the first book in a trilogy that follows a young Frenchman, René Gilbert as his destiny once again reunites him with an ancient brother determined to wreak vengeance on him. One brother is born in seventeenth century France, and the other takes over the life of Victor Gaspard, the son of a wealthy nobleman. They meet when Victor kills René's best friend in a [...]


15. Oct 2019
★★★★★

The Poor and The Haunted by Dustin Arwin McKissen

IT, by Stephen King, was the first book I ever read, and I was seven years old. Since then I've loved horror. I think the genre and genre fiction gets a bad rap. My hope for this book is that I tried to include some bigger themes, like good science fiction does, because I think horror can do that too. So, what is the book about? Ask the first reader to submit a review to Goodreads: "I have [...]


14. Oct 2019
★★★★★

Paris Once Upon A Time - A love story... by Lawrence Rose

A brilliant romance as Marisol, a stunning and accomplished French woman, does what she can to make a difference in the world to help assuage the guilt she grew up with .. a terrible secret that her family bears from the days of the Occupation. Steven, a musician from San Francisco, becomes her consort, a meeting by the wildest chance, and an afternoon in Jardin de Luxembourg seal their fate. [...]


13. Oct 2019
★★★★★

The Gift - a novella by Lolli Powell

I wanted to write a book set around the holidays, and I wanted it to be a hopeful book. The main character, Elizabeth, a recent widow, is visiting with her adult children and grandchildren for the holidays. Her son-in-law is missing in Afghanistan, and her daughter is close to giving up hope. I have Elizabeth tell her family the story of what happened to her when she was a young bride with a [...]


13. Oct 2019
★★★★★

The Wasting - Descent to the Cataclysm (Over the Precipice Book 3) by Blade Cort

Human technological prowess accelerates at a logarithmic pace, while societal progress atrophies. Sounds like reality - and the makings for a great story... By 2037, can humans grow tails or manes? Connect their minds directly to AI clouds? Slow or reverse aging? Consider the last decade, then think again - it's coming, and too quickly. Humanity faces an "Infinity Curve" challenge - where [...]


13. Oct 2019
★★★★★

Nothing to Regret by Rachel de Vine

Beatrice wants to become a writer, but has led a sheltered life as the daughter of an English vicar, growing up in the 1950s. She decides to travel around Europe, just ten years after the Second World War has devastated much of the continent, in order to widen her experiences and find subjects about which to write. The naïve and sexually innocent young woman is drawn into a three-way [...]


13. Oct 2019
★★★★★

Consequential Economics - How Globalization has Impaired the Prosperity of the Middle- class and what Policy Makers should consider in the Future. by Nicola ...

Consequential Economics is primarily about Globalization and the destabilizing effects it has had on Capitalism. While the book presents a very pro-capitalist outlook, it also explains how globalization has shifted the power so greatly towards the hands of the rich and powerful, that average citizens and governments have lost significant power. My book goes in depth into how Capitalism is [...]


13. Oct 2019
★★★★★

Forgiven - A historical novel by Geoff Michael Lawson

Forgiven is a heart warming tale of two lovers. Rachel is a young and charming socalite, but all is not what it seems. The object of scandal and rumour, she visits a penfriend in a small rural town. There she meets Richard, and soon realises that Richard has totally altered her perception of herself. The rumours no-longer matter. She no longer feels like a victim in an unforgiving world - she has [...]


13. Oct 2019
★★★★★

The Unholy by Paul DeBlassie III

Visionary stories like The Unholy jettison us into realms of trauma, struggle, and painful confrontation. In The Unholy, the dark side of religion is ushered to a horrifying front and center. There's no escape from the long and ruthless arm of religion gone bad once a person buys into the system. A young medicine woman, Claire, confronts the harsh reality of what her mother did and the [...]


13. Oct 2019
★★★★★

A Cruel Winter by Richard Turner

In 1812 during Napoleon's disastrous retreat from Russia, Captain Christopher Fitzgerald of the Irish Legion along with his closest friends must match wits with an evil that has laid dormant for centuries but is now free to pray on the thousands of people desperate to survive the brutal cold and the swarms of Cossacks waiting to take revenge. Fear grips the mind and the soul as things begin to [...]


12. Oct 2019
★★★★★

THE BEIJING MEMORANDUM - America's Worst Nightmare - The Chinese People's Republic of Mexico by JB Morris

The Beijing Memorandum is America's next must-read novel on the threat of Red China. Make no mistake-The China threat is real. Handicapped from the loss of a leg in battle, former Marine Moses Remington stumbles across China's plans for the conquest of Mexico. Moses dodges the FBI, White House, Red China military to join forces with Chinese dissentients, former Marines, and U.S. Senator, to [...]



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