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14. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Rebellion - Book 2 of The Rome's Revolution Saga by Michael Brachman

This is a hard science fiction action, adventure novel about two people in the 35th century. It is a direct sequel to Rebirth: Book 1 of The Rome's Revolution Saga. The great thing about sequels is that you don't have to spend any time introducing the lead characters or the society in which they live. You can dive into the action right away. In the case of Rebellion, after a year-long journey, [...]


13. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Surry The Grumpy Hippo by Liberty Dendron

Surry The Grumpy Hippo is an inspirational, transformational, personal growth, spiritual awakening short story that will leave you with a tune that you can hum in your daily life. This story takes the reader to Surry's section of the forest and a clash with Mother Nature. Theirs's a crisis through the eyes of the animals. The animals struggle to live, love or even to die. But in the end Surry [...]


13. Nov 2018
★★★★★

While My Soulmate Slumbers - Reverse Harem - Book One of The Lost Lunason Series by Stacie Sultrie

"While My Soulmate Slumbers" is my debut work and the first book in The Lost Lunason Series. This is a spellbinding reverse harem romance that features a powerful enchantress and her muscular mates. "While My Soulmate Slumbers" follows Cassia Lunason's journey to reunite with her lost love, the man that sacrificed himself to save her two hundred years ago. Cassia's feelings are torn when she's [...]


12. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Elves Up North - A Family for Castor by L. L. Walters

I received a free copy to review and turned right around and bought another! A great addition to our holidays - a story we will be reading for years to come!


12. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Within Time (Running Nowhere Trilogy Book 3) by Paul Keene

Donny and the Hot Rods take their demo tape, "Running Nowhere" to Los Angeles. Hard work and luck--they sign a reliable label, and Conor's music star dream grows high. He finds comfort in the bus driver who takes him under the arm and shows him the tricks of surviving life on the road. But it's the images of a crazed fan that fill his head that troubles him, not the hotels and heavy schedules of [...]


12. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Your Health by Judd Robbins

Before becoming a certified Pilates instructor, I was a racquetball pro in Massachusetts. In the '70's and '80's, I was a compulsive athlete and regularly competed in sports. Exercise classes taken led to exercise classes taught. The martial arts beckoned and I devoured the classes in jujitsu, aikido, judo, and karate. This led to a third degree black belt in jujitsu and self defense classes [...]


12. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Writing from the Trenches - Tips & Techniques from Ten Award-Winning Authors by Ane Mulligan

Are you looking for tips and techniques that really work? Ten award-winning authors offer their expertise in areas they've learned the hard way - by trial and error and finally success! In some chapters, everyone shares their method, so you can pick and choose a style or a little of each, if that's what works for you. We share subjects like: Plotting Techniques, Research, Characterization, [...]


12. Nov 2018
★★★★★

The Woman Trapped in the Dark - A Novel (Blink, Texas Trilogy Book 3) by J.D. Mason

Jordan Gatewood never expected to fall in love. He certainly didn't deserve for a woman like Abby Rhodes to love him back, but he's grateful for her and careful with her because he absolutely does not want to make the mistakes with this relationship that he's made in the past. Rich and powerful men like Jordan have had to play this corporate game since taking over the helm of Gatewood Industries [...]


12. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Rebirth - Book 1 of The Rome's Revolution Saga by Michael Brachman

What is the purpose of science fiction? At its heart, it serves as a mirror of ourselves and our society but portrayed on a completely new stage. That is what the Rome's Revolution Saga is all about. The story takes place in the 35th century in a post post-apocalypse world. A man named Rei Bierak, from our time, just "a regular guy" wakes up 14 centuries in the future in a star system 26 light [...]


12. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Redemption - Book 3 of The Rome's Revolution Saga by Michael Brachman

Redemption comes right on the heels of Rebellion: Book 2 of The Rome's Revolution Saga. In this book, Rome and Rei must travel to Earth to stop the genocidal Onsiras from launching a preemptive attack on their new home world of Deucado. Making their task more difficult is the fact that they must bring along Aason, their newborn son. When they get to Earth, Rome is arrested immediately for her [...]


12. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Shattered Illusions by Karen D. Bradley

Danya discovers things aren't what they seem after one phone call sends her spiraling into a nightmare. Her ex-husband, who murdered her sister, is being released from prison. He promised to make her pay dearly and now he would have a chance. Determined to do whatever it takes to stop him from ruining her life again, she prepares herself for the face off. Little does she know that her perception [...]


12. Nov 2018
★★★★★

American Renewal - A New Season of Optimism, Cooperation, and Community by Edward OMalley

This book offers insights to social change in America since 1945 and hope for the future - a new "season" is coming soon. You will learn things about our recent history that you did NOT already know. This book is for people who care about the turmoil facing our country today and hope to see a better time ahead. They want to learn about how the past has shaped the present and how this new [...]


12. Nov 2018
★★★★★

I Was Just a Radioman by Pamela Ackerson

A Personal glimpse of one man into the daily life of world war 2 in the Pacific. From the day and reasons Of Henry's enlistment, his deep involvement to the conclusion of the war, one gets to see and feel the commitment and sacrifice needed to preserve our freedom. I Was Just a Radioman is about the true life WW 2 experiences, memoirs, of Chief ARM Henry P. Lawrence−a Pearl Harbor survivor, [...]


12. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Chasing Cas - Reverse Harem - The Lost Lunason Series Book 2 by Stacie Sultrie

I had so much fun with this book, and I'm so excited to know what you think! "Chasing Cas" is the second book of The Lost Lunason Series and continues Cassia's story. It is not a standalone and is meant to be read after the first book, "While My Soulmate Slumbers." I feel like not only did the characters grow in "Chasing Cas," but I grew as an author as well. This book is filled with exciting [...]


12. Nov 2018
★★★★★

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

17th century high seas adventure sails the gauntlet of the Barbary coast in this seagoing thriller. 1671. Destiny is forced on René Gilbert when he awakens aboard the slave ship Albion. Tomorrow balances on the blade of a rapier. A three-thousand-year-old hatred searches for René. Facing Dutch privateers, Barbary pirates, and the ocean's fury, René fights his way to an inevitable [...]


12. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Crown Hunt by R. M. Morgan

Crown Hunt is a riveting detective mystery written by a talented storyteller who incites readers to sleuth for the truth. Don Gannon, a likeable P.I. who works for an interesting lady, Harriett Roth, takes him to S. Korea and back to North Carolina, blending two cultures in a search for missing artifacts consisting of the Crown Jewels of the ancient Korean Silla Dynasty. The jewels are priceless [...]


11. Nov 2018
★★★★★

The Husband We Share by London St. Charles

The Husband We Share, drew its first breath via keystroke after I finished reading, Cheaters, by Eric Jerome Dickey. A set of characters swirled in my head with every page I turned that had nothing to do with the story. The more enthralled I became in Cheaters, the louder my set of characters chatted. I completed that book, then morphed to my desktop and wrote for thirteen hours straight, only [...]


11. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Socialism Exposed - Which Door Will You Choose? by William W. Figley

This is a book every free American should read, it explains in simple and clear details what the truth is. Too many are mislead by the lies main stream media feeds us. This is a honest very clear what we are playing with. I like to say it is a child playing with matches around a pool of gasoline. You might not blown up the first or second struck but keep doing and you will get burned. History [...]


10. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Dear Heart by Linda Lingle

I was taken into another world reading this beautiful love story...the prose are mesmerizing. It was love at first sight for Deirdre and Lee. Sometimes a love is so intense it never dies.


10. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Hear What I Can't Say by James H. Barrett Jr.

Hear What I Can't Say, is a mystery about a fictional nursing home in Pittsburgh. A dear friend of mine, who spent the last years of his life in a nursing home, was the inspiration for the story. He always stayed positive and I admire the way he handled his illness. Another close friend sketched the awesome cover artwork. I don't want to give away the reason for the title, but you will soon [...]


10. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Elves Up North - A Family for Castor by L. L. Walters

Wonderful read that gets you involved. A great story line with cute, diverse characters. Love the concept of putting "you" in the adventure! Certain to become a classic.


10. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Lady Joe by Mark Saha

Lee Estes somehow manages to lose a champion cutting horse scheduled to be picked up by a buyer. The unsophisticated buyer only wants Lady Joe as a trophy horse to impress guests in his back yard, so Lee buys a cheap no-talent blue roan replacement. When the buyer tells Lee to enter her in a weekend cutting for photographs, he must scramble to find a blue roan cutter to substitute for his bogus [...]


09. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Grieving to Believing - Discovering the Afterlife by Deb Sheppard

Grieving to Believing is Deb's gift to those who struggle with a the loss of a loved one. Throughout her own childhood, Deb's mother gave her the greatest gift of all: an amiable sense of humor. Deb uses it to keep her audiences and clients entertained, to assist in the healing process, and to facilitate her connection to the other side. Of course, every medium has his or her own unique way of [...]


09. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Shadows of the Mind (Whispers of the Past Book 2) by Owen Clough

The continuing story of Whispers of the Past. Three young men slip back into New Zealand's early past to the beginning of the New Zealand wars. Shadows of the Mind follows one of the characters who has head wounds that caused amnesia. Not knowing who he is or where he is from he is transferred to the UK as the Army think he is from there. He falls for a young nurse on the trip to the UK that [...]


09. Nov 2018
★★★★★

Former First Lady by Ebony Edwards-Ellis

Imagine this: One day, your husband, a local New York City politician, announces that he plans to run for president in 2020. What do you do? What do you do when he wins? This is the conundrum facing Shelley Diggs, a novelist and mother of two young girls when her husband, New York City councilman, Barry Welles, does just that. When Barry defeats President Mike Pence (Trump resigned under [...]



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