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19. Jun 2018
★★★★★

Raising Strong Daughters From the Inside Out by Diana DeLaHaye, LMHC

I believe that girls should be raised feeling strong and capable of defending themseves. This means they are brought up believing in themselves, so that they defend not only their safety ,but their ideas and opinions. This takes parents that will see their daughters that way and work to correct weaker stereotypes about females with their daughters. Being a feminist certainly is the reason i [...]


19. Jun 2018
★★★★★

Stranger in a Strange World - A poignant, tragic, and often amusing look into the life of a physician with Asperger's. (Brier Hospital) by Lawrence Gold, M.D.

Aspergers, unfortunately, has too often been caricatured in movies and on TV. This disappoints me and those with the syndrome. The best way to learn about Aspergers without having the syndrome, is to try to write about it. I learned much and incorporated it into the novel. This novel is tragic, humorous, and inspirational, and, I hope, a good read. An automobile accident shatters the [...]


18. Jun 2018
★★★★★

The Malefactors - Adventure Romance Set In The Time of Christ by Anne Haw Holt & Richardson Wallace Haw

My father, Richard Wallace Haw, wrote the basic story of this book a long time ago. His story was obviously a work of love. Written after he had visited Israel, the manuscript sat in a box for years. It's typewriter text faded and the paper curled with age. I loved my father. He was a great man. I went about publishing my novels and working fulltime. Long after his death, I decided to rewrite his [...]


18. Jun 2018
★★★★★

In the Shadow of Salem by Donna Gawell

Writing as a Royal Edict My soon to be released historical novel, "In the Shadow of Salem" constantly prompts me to ponder about my five-year career as an author. I thought about how this remarkable gift was dropped into my lap about six years ago. It was a blessing, a surprise, and something I thought I didn't have the background or skills to handle. The gift of my ancestors' stories [...]


17. Jun 2018
★★★★★

River Road (French Quarter Mystery Book 5) by Eric Wilder

When paranormal investigator Wyatt Thomas becomes involved in a fifty-year-old cold case he and Lucy Diamond, a mouthy TV reporter are forced to go on the run together. As Wyatt watches, members of a mysterious cult murder his new client but not before he's given a sackful of cash and a single clue - a solid gold Carnival doubloon from the 1948 Krewe of Rex. Wyatt and Lucy follow a dangerous path [...]


17. Jun 2018
★★★★★

Surgical Risk - A Kurtz and Barent Mystery (Kurtz and Barent Mysteries Book 1) by Robert I. Katz

This book, the first in my Kurtz and Barent mystery series, was inspired by Patricia Cornwell, Jonathan Kellerman, Robin Cook and Kathy Reichs. I'm a physician (anesthesiologist) and had been writing for a number of years before coming up with the idea for the series. I wanted to write a mystery that was set in a hospital with a protagonist who was just a little different than the people I worked [...]


17. Jun 2018
★★★★★

The Dog with the Golden Eyes by L M Kay

What the readers say: This book is absolutely delightful. Whether you are in your early 70's like me or 10 yrs old like my granddaughter, it has everything Well paced & suspenseful without being frightening, the plot artfully draws the reader in. Cleverly crafted and without being at all patronising. From the moment I first clapped eyes on this stunning cover I couldn't wait to read [...]


17. Jun 2018
★★★★★

Pap Pap Goes to Paris - And So Does Ricky by Janie Dempsey Watts

Last May when I was planning an anniversary trip to Paris with my husband, my grandson, then three, asked me what was Paris? I happened to have a snow globe of the Eiffel Tower on my desk from a previous trip there, so I pulled it down and told him about the Eiffel Tower. He begged to go, but since he was too small, I decided to "take him there" by writing this story. A picture book was [...]


17. Jun 2018
★★★★★

One Boy Two Islands - A Buzby Beach Novel by DW Davis

A young man grows up believing he's in love with the girl who lives in the apartment across the hall. Then his single mom and her single dad get engaged and forbid them to date anymore. When Trey and Dusty ignore their parents they get banished to go live a year with their grandparents. Only when Trey meets Bobbi, the girl who lives next door to his grandparents, does he begin to understand the [...]


16. Jun 2018
★★★★★

Sassy Ever After - Sass with a Past (Demons, Gods, and Monsters Book 1) by Flewz Nightingale

Sass with a Past is a paranormal romance about Tanisha Violet, a mother on the run with her son, trying to escape her husband, who happens to be a demon. She meets Colby Fenrir, head of a YMCA type program but for shifter youth. When their paths cross sparks fly, but as Tanisha's Past catches up with her it threatens the safety of her, her son, and Colby. Tanisha and Colby will both have to fight [...]


16. Jun 2018
★★★★★

Dune Devils - The Dark Side of the Dune by J. A. Hailey

List Price $9.99 KINDLE COUNTDOWN DEAL starts -16 June. 70% - 80% - 90% DISCOUNTS FOR EARLY BIRDS! DISCOUNTS of 70% - 80% - 90% TWO STEPS TO HORROR! If anyone ever says that I am worthy of being mentioned in the same breath as my great intrepid heroes, Ansar Burney, the Pakistani campaigner, and Higgs, the reckless British photojournalist, who both risked their lives by death through [...]


16. Jun 2018
★★★★★

Artificial Flowers - The Screenside Trilogy, Book -1 (Chronicles of a Stolen World) by J. A. Hailey

'Science fiction triggers poorer reading, study finds' Maybe because of trope-filled sub genres. In fact, they are openly saying 'stupid'. The problem is with sub-genres, like steam punk, space opera and what not, and in remarkable tropes such as FTL, Time Travel, predictable and usable warp zones and wormholes, and inter-galactic travel (in a universe with one galaxy as far as 13 billion [...]


16. Jun 2018
★★★★★

Multiple Sclerosis Mission Remission - Healing MS Against All Odds by Steven Fox, Ph.D.

I am a clinical psychologist in private practice in the Phoenix area for over thirty years. I have written two books. The first book was "Dreams: Guide to the Soul" in which I describe a dream interpretation method based on Jungian principles and feedback from my many clients. The second and current book is "Multiple Sclerosis Mission Remission: Healing MS Against All Odds" which describes a [...]


16. Jun 2018
★★★★★

Werewolf Phenomenon - N.A.V.S.A. Series Book Two (The North American Vampire Secret Agency) by Claudia Silva

This book is about a werewolf who does not want to be hunted by the vampire secret agency, instead, he wants to join them. He offers to trade information and in return, he asks to be let into their agency. Not everything goes as planned and several battles between vampires and werewolves ensue. It's really exciting! I wrote this book because I wanted to have a series where I had a team of [...]


16. Jun 2018
★★★★★

The Doctor Is In - River’s Bank, a small town full of big love by B.L. Wilson

I had a dream about a Black female doctor driving through a small all-Black and Brown town, almost from another age when folks didn't lock their doors. When folks all knew each other. What affected one resident in the town affected the entire town. Folks knew each other's "business." Folks knew each other's children and didn't need parental permission to discipline them because folks trusted [...]


16. Jun 2018
★★★★★

Trusting Ingrid (Romancing The Coast Book 3) by Libby Campbell

• Why did you write this book? Those who have read the Simon in Charge series may remember her as the realtor who sold Simon and Sadie their Vancouver mansion. When she waltzed into that book, sassy and confronting, I had to know more about her. The only way to do that was to write her story. It seemed clear to me from Ingrid's behaviour in Sadie Says I Do, that she had some deep problems, [...]


15. Jun 2018
★★★★★

A Few Drops of Fantasy (A Collection of Short Stories) by Claudia Silva

This book contains five short dark fantasy stories with unexpected endings. In this stories you won't find the happily ever after endings, instead, you will be in shock when you realize what's really going on. The stories are all based on parts of my life and what happens when you take the ordinary in extraordinary situations. Even when I find these stories in the dark fantasy genre, they aren't [...]


14. Jun 2018
★★★★★

In Mistletoe by Tammy L. Bailey

There's nothing better than a roaring fire, the smell of pine needles from a fat Christmas tree, a warm blanket, and a good cozy romance novel. This is what inspired my holiday romance, IN MISTLETOE. This and the dozen or so holiday romance movies I can't get enough of during the holidays. I believe anyone who enjoys watching holiday romances, too, will enjoy this book. IN MISTLETOE takes [...]


14. Jun 2018
★★★★★

The Mind of Stefan Dürr: The SHIVA Syndrome Trilogy (Volume 1) by Alan Joshua

A mind research experiment studying human consciousness goes horrifyingly wrong. Thousands are killed when a Russian suburb is mysteriously destroyed, leaving a mile-deep crater in its place. At the same time, a U.S. space shuttle vaporizes in orbit, and a Canadian mountaintop is ripped away. One thing lies behind it all: The mind of Stefan Dürr. Existence is dreary hell for Dr. Beau [...]


13. Jun 2018
★★★★★

The First Time Ever - ‘original, character-driven crime fiction’ (Ted Darling crime series Book 1) by L M Krier

What readers are saying about the Ted Darling Crime series: • 'original, character-driven crime fiction' • 'I instantly fell for Ted Darling. I loved that his character was so relatable in a modern world' • 'I was gripped by this prequel from the word go! The opening sentence is a real hook.' • 'Ted Darling - a name to look out for in the future.' Are you tired of the same [...]


13. Jun 2018
★★★★★

Life in the Hollywood Lane by Ann Crawford

Quirky and funny don't usually go with the subject of grief and suicide, but in this story they do. Trish, a 40-year-old actor in LA, loses her best friend to suicide. As she traverses the trenches of grief, Trish keeps her sense of humor as she shares her insights on what it's like to survive in one of the toughest industries and toughest towns to succeed in. Sparkling, witty, playful, [...]


13. Jun 2018
★★★★★

Day Use - Sex, Secrets & Stories (Women's Contemporary Fiction) by Dalia Rosenfeld

The story of Dalia Raz, a successful ceramic artist who is suddenly widowed, her husband killed by a mysterious explosion in the factory he worked in. An old friend comes to show his respects and explains how he runs a most successful business in Japan called "The Love Hotel", for intimate meetings. The idea begins to peck at her mind and does not let go. In her despair, following her [...]


13. Jun 2018
★★★★★

Salvation in the Sun (The Lost Pharaoh Chronicles Book 1) by Lauren Lee Merewether

By reading this novel, you'll delve into the erased history of the Ancient Egyptian Amarna period! Most of the facts we have today come from overlooked wall reliefs that were missed in the destruction of the Egyptian Historical Record at the end of the Eighteenth Dynasty or the New Kingdom era. During the Amarna period, King Akhenaten flips Egypt's religion upside down and only allows worship of [...]


13. Jun 2018
★★★★★

Blood of Toma by Lauren Lee Merewether

Blood of Toma is a story I enjoyed crafting through weeks and months of researching the facts surrounding the Aztecs, or the Mexica as they called themselves, and the Spanish conquest of Mesoamerica. The title surrounds the aspect of blood appeasing the Mexica gods and the people finding favor in their sight. The Mexica practiced human sacrifice and the Mexica priestess Tomantzin in the story is [...]


12. Jun 2018
★★★★★

Home by Leo Jai

For many years I have championed the cause of animal rights and environmental protection. When I found myself in confinement in an immigration detention centre, I never in my wildest dreams imagined that I would personally experience all the cruelties of captivity which I had spoken out against so passionately. I was detained in one of Australia's cruellest gulags – Christmas Island. The [...]



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