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14. 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 [...]


13. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Tales From Old Japan - a short story anthology by p.d.r. lindsay

One of the joys of living and working in Japan was the country's long and fascinating history. I was enchanted by the Edo period, the fiercesome Tokugawa, the rise and fall of the samurai, that Mediaeval 16thC and 17thC Japan. Japanese colleagues at the university took me to many shrines and temples to witness their sacred festivals. Friends let us attend their communities' festivals and I found [...]


13. Jul 2020
★★★★★

The Bewitched Family (Iman's Journal Book 2) by Emily Flowers

One interesting phenomenon that I have observed as a fantasy author is that gender stereotypes exist not only in reality, but also in the world of magic. In the Iman's Journal series, the female protagonist Iman is a wizard instead of a witch. Ever wonder what is the difference between a witch and a wizard? No, it does not lie in the gender. Just as a nurse can be a man, a witch does not have [...]


13. Jul 2020
★★★★★

A Suite Deal - A Clean Small-Town Romance (Suite Love in Buttermilk Falls Book 1) by Sue Gibson

A Suite Deal (the first of a three part series) is the book of my heart. Every writer has one. Usually, it's the first. This clean, small-town romance holds multiple pieces of my heart in its pages. Like many authors I follow the adage: write what you know. So of course, it's set in gorgeous cottage-country Ontario, Canada, and chuck full of lush descriptions of pristine lakes and towering [...]


13. Jul 2020
★★★★★

My Billionaire Hero Next Door - A Clean Small-Town Romance (The Billionaire Brothers of Frontenac Mills Book 1) by Sue Gibson

In this clean, small-town romance, the gorgeous female lead curates an old-timey Maple Syrup Museum. History is her thing. Her love interest/handsome scientist neighbor has ditched the old ways. He's techy and a bit of nerd with billions in the bank. Absolutely, opposites do attract! To keep it real-after all couples don't exist in a vacuum-I introduce my readers to a bunch of small-town [...]


13. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Georgia Ann ~ English Rose (Charleston Brides Book 2) by Elva Cobb Martin

Georgia Ann is an exciting historic adventure and romance set in Charles Town and on the High Seas from the Barbary Coast in the Mediterranean to the Spice Islands west of New Guinea. Hero Captain Samuel Vargas finds the Spice Islands but soon longs for the sweetheart he left in Charles Town. To his dismay, he finds her ship traveling to England has been overtaken by Barbary pirates and all [...]


13. Jul 2020
★★★★★

The Project (Collin Frey Book 1) by I. C. Cosmos

Helen's dream was to teach writing and literature when a tragedy shattered her world. Now a brilliant cybersecurity analyst, she works deep undercover to fight terrorism and discovers a conspiracy so lethal it threatens to destroy the world as we know it. She races around the globe to put an end to it, but time is running out. Collin Frey watches Helen's every step, unsure whether she is an [...]


13. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Down Below - Reminiscences of a World War II Engine Room Merchant Seaman by Edward Ted Jones Whitehead

World War 2 perils and adventure as never told before, from the eyes of a merchant navy engine room seaman. Step back with Ted (born 1923) and relive those turbulent years in which you never knew if the next voyage would be your last and discover first-hand how these brave men literally lived and died. Ted takes the reader from his native Wales in the Rhondda Valley, to global journeys on [...]


13. Jul 2020
★★★★★

World Futuristic by Jason Thomas

I was inspired to write this book to detail the account of an experience I had. It was intended for the mature because of what entails in it. In terms of writing it, it only took me over a month to complete. I got this title based on what I had experienced during my experience. The cover of this book came from the idea of a Futuristic world that I saw a vision during my experience. The hardest [...]


13. Jul 2020
★★★★★

CHASING WINTER by Jude E. McNamara

This book is for everyone that has ever loved and lost but has faith in the winds of love blowing back their direction a second time around. The universe sometimes has a sense of humor. Is it really true that if a lost love is meant to be yours, it will come back around again? Maybe so, maybe not, but if it does, the question remains, do you jump back on that old roller-coaster, gamble, and take [...]


13. Jul 2020
★★★★★

The Long Way Home by Benjamin Smile

Normally this kind of book tends to be heavy, but Benjamin Smile's book is a real page turner, better than most thrillers. I found the story really thought provoking and surprising (especially what he gets into before giving up, it was a real visit to the world of crime and glamour) but also really moving. I think its juts how this kind of book should be, honest warts and all showing how you go [...]


13. Jul 2020
★★★★★

You Can't Buy Love Like That - Growing Up Gay in the Sixties by Carol E. Anderson

The underlying theme of my memoir is found in the question: How do you live an authentic life while keeping a secret? In my case, that secret was about growing up in a fundamentalist family and being gay—a secret that governed every part of my life for the fifteen years I kept it from my family and friends. I believe that we are all wired to live in alignment with our values and to express the [...]


13. Jul 2020
★★★★★

The Long Way Home by Benjamin Smile

Benjamin's stunning memoir takes us on a shocking rollercoaster journey through childhood trauma, abuse, OCD and addiction. It is painful, yes, but it's also funny, crazy, surprising and ultimately hopeful and inspirational. If you ever thought you were too lost to find the way home, too far beyond help even God gave up on you, then this book will prove otherwise. ---Sample --- I [...]


13. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Voice in the Wilderness (Against All Enemies Book 1) by H. L. Wegley

In Voice in the Wilderness, a political thriller with romance, a neo-Marxist president, in centrist's clothing, takes the nation into tyranny, while a young man and woman start a resistance movement, aided by a defecting military unit, risking their lives to stop him. Voice in the Wilderness is the Gold Medal winner in the Readers' Favorite Book Awards 2017 for Inspirational [...]


13. Jul 2020
★★★★★

Craving Eden - Extended Edition (Werewolves of Wolf Lake Book 1) by Tianna Xander

Youth's mistakes When Eden McGuire discovers the man she's dating meets all the qualifications of a monster, she flees. Pregnant and alone, she meets a knight in shining armor, or so it appears. But her knight isn't what he seems. After discovering her hero is a villain, she runs again. This time, her fear isn't only for herself. With her luck and money fading, Eden returns to the place she [...]


12. 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 [...]


12. 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
★★★★★

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 [...]


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
★★★★★

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 [...]



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