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31. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Copywriting - Get Paid to Write Promotional Texts (Writer's Craft Book 34) by Rayne Hall

Excerpt from the book: Chapter 14 MORE THAN FACTS: HOW TO CREATE ENTICING PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS Rayne Hall Product descriptions are printed on packaging and in catalogues. These days, most are in online catalogues, either on the client's own website or on a retail website. GET THE TONE AND CONTENT RIGHT Know who the readers are: • If they are businesses (e.g. wholesalers, [...]


31. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Island Cruise Homicide (A Pepper Bibeau Mystery) by Gail M Baugniet

Do you want to experience an adventure while staying safe at home? Then plan to join Pepper and her family in another Pepper Bibeau mystery as they take a private cruise around the main Hawaiian Islands. There'll be little time for relaxation, though. I created the first draft of this story during NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writer's Month) in 2015. All authors know the first draft is written [...]


30. Jul 2021
★★★★★

A Tilling New Year - A story of Mapp & Lucia in the Style of the Originals by E.F.Benson (Mapp and Lucia pastiches Book 3) by Hugh Ashton

This is my fourth Mapp and Lucia pastiche in less than a year. I confess to having suffered some trepidation when I started writing these books in 2020. All these books have been written in the midst of the covid-19 pandemic, possibly the most serious, at least in its social consequences, such event to hit the world in the past few hundred years (the Black Death of the fourteenth century may [...]


30. Jul 2021
★★★★★

200 Boosts for Indie Authors - Empowering Inspiration and Practical Advice (Writer's Craft Book 36) by Rayne Hall

Excerpt from the book: INTRODUCTION Have you indie-published books, and are wondering how to get more traction and sales? Do you want ideas on how to make your publishing venture a success? This guide is bursting with suggestions you can use. I've compiled them based on what I discovered from publishing more than 50 books, learning through trial and error. I'll guide you to take [...]


29. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Wife of Ay - A Lost Pharaoh Chronicles Prequel (The Lost Pharaoh Chronicles Prequel Collection Book 2) by Lauren Lee Merewether

Wife of Ay is the second of five standalone prequels of my debut series, The Lost Pharaoh Chronicles. The series covers the Ancient Egyptian New Kingdom, specifically chronicling the reigns of Akhenaten, Smenkare, Neferneferuaten, Tutankhamun, and Ay, whom were all erased by Ay's successor, Horemheb…hence, the series title, The Lost Pharaoh Chronicles. Wife of Ay reveals the origins of Temehu [...]


29. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Ghostwriting - The Business of Writing for Other Authors (Writer's Craft Book 31) by Rayne Hall

Excerpt from the book RAYNE'S INTRODUCTION Do you want to break into the exciting world of ghostwriting? Perhaps you love writing, and want to get paid for indulging in your passion. Maybe you are already a professional writer, and want to add a lucrative income stream. Ghostwriting may be the answer. As a ghostwriter, you write, but someone else – perhaps a celebrity, a [...]


29. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Easter With The Johnsons “A 768 Celebration” by Liberty Dendron

Can you believe it? The Easter bunny is coming to town and it sure does feel like Spring around here. Happy Easter everyone! Swing on over to my website, https://www.mambabooks.com to buy our Easter story. My sister Gloria and my brother Percy have done a wonderful job! Here at Mamba Books & Publishing, Easter is the time to honor and recognize Jesus Christ's resurrection from the dead. His [...]


28. Jul 2021
★★★★★

All The Way Home (Legacy Series) by Ann Tatlock

Excellent book. Thank you for this amazing book. I will be sharing it with family and friends.


28. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Globster by DiVitto Kelly

I love the setting and the fact the characters aren't all morons. This novel would make a great film. A fun read. Maybe a sequel???


27. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Little Miss HISTORY Travels to The Battleship IOWA - Volume 13 by Barbara Ann Mojica

A book that provides true facts in an easy-to-read format with fantastic graphics for elementary and middle-grade students. I wrote this book as part of my Little Miss HISTORY Travels to book series to inform, inspire and entertain my readers with the knowledge they need to become critical thinkers and responsible citizens. "Our Liberties We Prize; Our Right We Will Maintain". So says the [...]


26. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Crisis Writing - Use Your Experience to Fuel Your Fiction (Writer's Craft Book 35) by Rayne Hall

Book excerpt: INTRODUCTION Are you in the grip of an overwhelming personal problem, or caught up in the currents of a worldwide disaster? If you struggle to survive and keep going day after day, if you find it difficult to summon the energy and the will to write, then this book can help. I'll guide you to write more and write better than ever, by turning harrowing events into potent [...]


24. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Snatched (A Diana Hunter Mystery Book 2) by Alison Golden

I have read the Roxie Reinhardt series, the Inspector Graham series and just finished the Diana Hunter series, I am amazed at the way this author’s mind works! Her protagonists are so varied and the plotting is fantastic. I can hardly wait for more adventures for all of these characters!


24. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Writing Gothic Fiction - Learn to Thrill Readers with Passion and Suspense (Writer's Craft Book 32) by Rayne Hall

Book Excerpt Chapter 3 THE GLOOMY OLD HOUSE: ENTER THE LAIR OF SECRETS In Gothic Fiction, the story often involves a big, old, dark, decayed house. This building plays an important role in the plot and is practically a character in its own right. So let's create the Gloomy House. Typically, it's a castle or manor house – but it could also be a tower, a hotel, a farm, a factory, a [...]


23. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Whispers of the Past by Owen Clough

The Whispers trilogy is now complete. The first book is Whispers of the Past, the second is Shadows of the Mind and number three in the trilogy is Clearing of the Mist. The story is about three mates who are on a culling exercise for the Department of Conservation in the Tongariro National park in New Zealand who walk into a mist in bad weather and are transported back from 2014 to 1863 early [...]


22. Jul 2021
★★★★★

A Collection of Short Stories in the Science Fiction Genre - (Vol 2) by David John Price

My book is a collection of seven short science fiction stories, all new and unpublished works that are entertaining reading. The themes cover manipulating time, but not in the context of travelling in time. The threat of meteors and what they were bringing to Earth in the early stages of the pandemic in 2020. Stories of a civilization destroyed by a supernova and a few survivors with a ruling [...]


20. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Substitute Santa by Tianna Xander

Fired for not sleeping with her boss, Kat Murphy spends most of her savings on seven magical days at Passionate Incorporated's Santa's Village resort. Her only wish is to help her dying daughter enjoy the magic of Christmas. Plus, she hopes her five-year-old will be so distracted, that she will forget to ask Santa to stuff a new daddy under their tree. When her daughter drags her to Santa's [...]


19. Jul 2021
★★★★★

It Had To Be You by Taisha Demay

I was inspired to write this book from watching a news story about immigrants and the ways they get into America. Anyone who loves a rags to riches story will enjoy Areum and Jace's story. Thinking that she has no family, violinist Areum Choi was under the impression that she has no family, imagine her surprise when Jace Crawford shows up claiming that she's the heiress to a fortune. Reluctantly, [...]


18. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Anthology of Evil II Vol. I by JZ Murdock

Anthology of Evil II Vol. I & II are sequels to the original Anthology of Evil (2012), collection of JZ Murdock's older and first published works. These two new books contain newer short horror and science fiction stories of both published a unpublished stories. Including, "The Unwritten", a story that was started on Wattpad as a novella but grew into a full length book. It is a story based [...]


17. Jul 2021
★★★★★

The Apothecary (City of Dreams Book 1) by Joan Fallon

In the first novel in a new historical series set in Moorish Spain, Joan Fallon sets the action in the busy medieval port of Málaga. Following on from the successful al-Andalus series, we meet up again with the younger members of the family who had escaped from the besieged city of Córdoba. Makoud, now a middle-aged apothecary, has come to Málaga with his family to work. Shortly after they [...]


14. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Prayer Stations - A Guide To Focused Prayer and Intercession by Georgia M Hood

it keeps you focused while praying, it helps you along with your own struggles as you pray for others - it is scripture based - praying the word of God, God honors his word above his name. this book can be used in prayer groups, counseling sessions and personal devotional. There are 12 banners that cover the concerns of humanity; Praise and Worship, Family, Children, Finance, Healing, Binding [...]


14. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Bad Spelling (The Witches of Galdorheim Series) by Marva Dasef

I know, because I have been reading them again and again. I don't as a rule enjoy fantasy or young people's stories, but whatever Marva Dasef does to tickle my fancy, she is doing it. I love the characters, the plot line, the dialogue, and the feel-good feeling I get afterwards. The first book, Bad Spelling, sets the reader up for what's to follow, so start with this one. Then just keep on [...]


13. Jul 2021
★★★★★

The Zipper Club by Michael Bronte

Eight senior citizens who have all had open-heart surgery play poker every Monday night, all of them retirees who are just looking to live in peace in their twilight years. Their surgery scars all look like zippers, hence the name The Zipper Club. When they learn that their property taxes are going up by forty percent, they decide to start asking questions. That's when they and a young TV news [...]


06. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Advance Chess - Model III - The Triple Set/Double Platform Game, Book 3 Vol. 1 Game #2 by Siafa B. Neal

This book is about the Triple Set Game played on Model III, the Longitudinal Star Gate 14 Model. A Triple Set Game is a game that comprises of three Chess Sets. This means that Player I (you) may challenge three other chess players, namely Player II, Player III and Player IV. The idea of this Advance Chess game is to allow as many chess players to engage in several games at the same instant on a [...]


02. Jul 2021
★★★★★

Samson and the Little Bird - A Children’s Story about a Bad Tempered Bull and a Brave Little Bird by Elise Lowe

I wrote "Samson and the Little Bird" in the same week that I wrote two of my other children's books, "Presley the White Peacock" and "Enthusiastic Annabel." I'd just completed an early draft of an adult novella, which I thought of as a book for me and my friends, and was keen to write something for my son and his friends. After my little boy approved the stories, I asked Julian Thomas to [...]


27. Jun 2021
★★★★★

The American Strangler by Robert M. Fleisher

An interesting tale of vigilantism in a world of greed and corruption. As Dr. Rellick falls deeper into his world of depravity, people actually begin to embrace his actions. An exciting read!



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