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11. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Anasazi Medium (Rachel Blackstone Paranormal Mysteries) by G G Collins

As birds fall from the sky, Rachel watches in horror from her kitchen window. A few minutes later, an ancient spirit visits her. His message is one of horror. The Fourth World of the Hopi is about to end. He told her: "Everyone you know and everyone you do not know will die. You will die. Your feline will die." This will be reporter Rachel Blackstone's most challenging paranormal adventure [...]


11. Jul 2020
★★★★★

A Cruel Deception by Kim Booth

The true story of a wicked and cunning fraud…. and the search for justice. For Joan and Ted Warner, an innocent and trusting couple, a chance encounter with Barbara Hendry, a cunning con-woman who turned their settled lives into a living nightmare The Warners were not victims of a remote scam, carried out over the internet by fraudsters from afar. For six years, faking a friendship [...]


11. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Nights under Peach Trees by Tamron Morris

NIGHTS UNDER PEACH TREES is a collection of poetry that shines light on heartbreak and how, at times, it might be hard to cope with the feeling of your heart crumbling. But the book also contains poems about the possibility of moving on from heartbreak, finding joy within yourself, and falling in love with yourself. Keeping faith and finding what you believe in are a huge part of this book [...]


11. Jul 2020
★★★★★

The Casanova Papers by Kate Zarrelli

In this erotically-charged love story, a young English teacher working in Venice helps an Italian academic curate an edition of the memoirs of the great lover, diplomat, poet,and lastly librarian, Giacomo Casanova, and in time they begin to act out his adventures along the canals and in the ancient palazzi of his native city. I was inspired to write this story by two things: a love of Venice, and [...]


11. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Vulnerable Sins by Sandy Dunn

"Shadows of the Mind", by Pam Randall ─ & ─ "Vulnerable Sins", by Sandy Dunn I grew up in a very large Family, fourteen including my parents and twelve children. I was the youngest of the siblings and endured three decades of child growth and development. In both "Shadows of the Mind" and "Vulnerable Sins", by Sandy Dunn I depict my family as characters in the books telling mini stories of [...]


11. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Casting Call for a Corpse - A Fun Detective Cozy (The Alvarez Family Murder Mysteries Book 7) by Heather Haven

Ah, the theater! The drama! The humor! The dead bodies! Wait, the what? Casting Call for a Corpse starts with an internationally acclaimed actress throwing her first soiree in her new home, a Painted Lady on Alamo Square in San Francisco. Among the party's guests is friend and ace detective, Lee Alvarez. During the gala event, the actress discovers a man wearing a tuxedo in her clawfoot [...]


11. Jul 2020
★★★★★

The Flower Fairies Meet the Talking Rainbow Rocks by Brenda DeHaan

Science usually isn't combined with flower fairies, but it is in this children's picture book. Gentle lessons on acceptance and friendship are also part of this book geared for young children. Readers learn the seven colors of the rainbow in the correct order from seven types of stones that match the colors. When the rocks argue over which color is better, the fairy garden has an unpleasant [...]


10. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Crystals for Kids - Learn the Names of 17 Rocks and Minerals by Brenda DeHaan

Kids love rocks. Kids really love colorful rocks. (So does the author!) "Crystals for Kids: Learn the Names of 17 Rocks and Minerals" shows young children colorful photographs of rocks and minerals. One page has the stone's name and photo; the accompanying page displays the rocks in creative scenes to stimulate the imagination. These scenes also boost the memory of which rock is which. This [...]


10. Jul 2020
★★★★★

The Calling of Amos Puckett by Clabe Polk

Amos Puckett is a farmboy preacher's son orphaned by yellow fever at the age of thirteen in the 1870s. Forced to fend for himself, Amos hangs out at the Tampa docks, soon wrangling a working trip to Cuba on one of James Mackay's cattle boats. Although a run-in with Cuban police placed him in jeopardy, he fell in love with Cuba and determined to return someday. Many years and hardships would [...]


09. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Surviving the Tsunami of Grief - For the Bereaved and Those Wanting to Support Them by Katrina Taee and Wendelien McNicoll

Our book is for those of you who are grieving the loss of someone you love or if you are supporting a family, a friend or a loved one who is grieving. During this time of the pandemic, it has never been more relevant. Having both worked in the world of grief and bereavement for many years, we wanted to write a different sort of book which would educate, support, help soothe and offer hope to [...]


09. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Island Secrets by Jacqueline Terrill

This book is about a couple on vacation and they find out the mysteries of the island. I came up with the title after researching the island and all of the history since the seventeenth century. The original title had changed as I developed the storyline in more detail throughout the period of time I wrote it. I had a few covers I picked from until an Illustrator came up with this final [...]


09. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Looking for Dei (The Godseeker Duet Book 1) by David A. Willson

Looking for Dei is an unique, coming-of-age story about prophecy, forbidden magic, and overcoming the power of fear. While written for the young adult audience, the way it addresses the innate value of human life will appeal to all ages. Fantastic world-building, a unique magic system and rich characters await you. Download Looking for Dei today! *** Fifteen-year-old Nara Dall has never [...]


08. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Survivors of WWII in the Pacific by Ronny Herman de Jong

75 years ago, on August 14, 1945, the Japanese surrendered after a bloody three and a half year war to get the monopoly in Southeast Asia. Millions died a cruel death. Most of the Survivors of the Armed Forces and the Japanese death camps are no longer with us to celebrate the 75th anniversary. But I am a child Survivor of the Japanese death camps on Java and I was able to interview four Navy men [...]


08. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Chasing Dreams by Angela Gray

Her dream of becoming a famous singer gets short-circuited by a violent stalker. Barely alive, she vows to never sing again. Broken while still underage, her mother takes her to live with her father. The president of a motorcycle gang should be able to keep her safe. Jolie is to waitress at the private club. On her first night there, she meets one member of the club planning on a career as an [...]


07. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Angel & the Town Curmudgeon by Roger E. Bruner

This novel had its roots in a book idea I had ten years ago and another from five years ago. Both of them were too complex--too deep--for me to handle as an author. But those ideas came to mind again around the beginning of 2020, along with a way to handle them without having to stress over their difficulty. The writing of the book took approximately five months. I had fun titling this book. [...]


07. Jul 2020
★★★★★

The Illustrated Book of Funny Old Sayings - Everyday phrases and their origins by Sally Mooney

Have you ever wondered about the funny old sayings people use? Why do we say them and how did they become part of the English language? For a long while now, I've been fascinated by the phrases and sayings that pop out of people's mouths from time to time. The English language is full of them. We hear people say things like, "don't let the cat out of the bag", "it's raining cats and dogs" and [...]


06. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Presley the White Peacock - A Children’s Story about the Beauty of Kindness by Elise Lowe

My cousin once told me that she teaches her children to be beautiful on the inside. What matters most to her is that her children are kind. I loved this message and wanted to find a way to incorporate it into a children's story. Then, I saw an amazing picture of white peacock, so startlingly different from the peacocks I'd seen before, and the idea of Presley was born. Among the other [...]


06. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Two Hearts: A Christian Romance by Ruth Kyser

"Two Hearts" is a Christian story about a young woman who has decided to remain single. When Victoria Hendricks arrives at the Circle Bar T Ranch in the Hill Country of Texas, she's excited at the prospect of relaxing and hopefully, being able to get her mo-jo back so she can complete her latest marketing project. She's more concerned about that than having a good time. It's a beautiful [...]


06. Jul 2020
★★★★★

A Siren Song in Jenns Cove (A Jenns Cove Romance Book 3) by Marc Sanderson

What does she want? A young man fresh out of school hopes his childhood sweet heart wants the same thing he does. After enlisting in the Navy as his father expects, Cam thinks it's time he and Rhea married. She can come with him when he goes off to boot camp. Rhea loves Cam, but loves music, writing and playing are two things she can't do without. She has a dream, and it has nothing to do with [...]


06. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Second Chances by Larry Yoke

A boy from the heartland, growing up in a large family, has a hard time relating to his father. A father who works long hours to feed and care for his big brood. This story of coming of age in middle America is a story of many families right after World War II. Money is tight and material things difficult to get. Still, his family is a caring one, and they support each other. Hunter still [...]


06. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Two Indians and A Dead Man by C. Forrest Lundin

Home from the war, James finds he is a traitor to his family, having served in the Union army. They all turn their back on him. When he tries to reopen his medical practice, patients are few. The ladies of the night and criminals don't care who he served with in the Civil War. Letters come regularly from his old army buddy living in Oregon. The offer still stands. He is welcome to come to [...]


06. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Winter World - A Mercenary's Union Novella by Sean Gallatin

Adar Genn is about to take on a contact on the outer edges of the universe. Out on the frontier, mercenary work is lucrative. The Mercenaries Union and its members stand to collect a nice profit. Difficult, and probably dangerous, he's taken the contract for a reasonable sum. With his crew primed and ready, it's time to launch and see what waits. As with any Union contract, things don't go [...]


06. Jul 2020
★★★★★

The Vengeance Squad by Sidney W. Frost

I call this my grieving book. The idea for the book came to me one day while having coffee at an outdoor shop at a mall. A helicopter flew over and my imagination went wild. What if the helicopter landed to rob the mall's business office? It hadn't landed, of course. Then, I visualized a young man having coffee with his fiancé. He was a computer professor and she was a nurse. When the [...]


05. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Diary of a Divine Relationship - Jack & Kelly by Theresa Laws

Kelly Sanders had no idea someone like Jack Riley would be interested in her. After all, she and others felt she didn't qualify. She was born with a disadvantage but pushed herself to the limits and succeeded where others thought she would surely fail. The young and handsome Jack, was pursuing a higher political office but quickly for Kelly, after meeting her on the off-chance. He would not let [...]


05. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Immersed in West Africa - My Solo Journey Across Senegal, Mauritania, The Gambia, Guinea and Guinea Bissau by Terry Eugene Lister

Immersed in West Africa is my story of an adventure into Africa solo moving slow for eight weeks. I am retired and having retired spent three years going to every country in Central and South America from November 2014 to Summer 2017. Having completed this part of the World, l decided Africa would be next. I had visited Africa previously going to four countries, and l knew that West Africa is the [...]



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