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18. Feb 2019
★★★★★

HOME not so SWEET HOME by Lavinia Gouwe

This is a book of a young girl who has a bad relationship with her mother she moved out of home at 18 and doesn't even talk with her mother. Her life is changed forever when two police officers stand infront of her house and tell her that her mother had passed away. She is forced to move back into her childhood home even though she swore to herself that she would never go back there. As she tries [...]


17. Feb 2019
★★★★★

Greetings, Dear Homsaps - Speculative Fiction by Paki S. Wright

Greetings, Dear Homsaps is a book of speculative fiction about what could happen to planet Earth in the very near future, if it's not happening already! The species Homo Sapiens, or homsaps as the off-planet collective entity named Fasolatido calls us humans, are in for an upgrade, starting with many earth changes that will challenge them to become more compassionate and more empathic. Many [...]


17. Feb 2019
★★★★★

Frankenstein Goes to Washington - 2020 by Charles Frankhauser

The Frankenstein family relocated from Europe to a castle in Peru after WWII. Young Max von Frankenstein memorized account numbers for offshore bank deposits that held the family's fortune. After Max was unable to recall account numbers, he was banished from the castle to New York City where he lived in a penthouse condo overlooking the city. Servants at the castle in Peru had rap sheets from [...]


17. Feb 2019
★★★★★

Retirement is Recess for Grown-Ups - When the Bell Rings Will You be Ready? by Jim Collier

The window of opportunity to financial independence doesn't open by itself. No one, including your employer or the federal government, is secretly contributing to a GoFundMe account reserved to pay for your retirement years—a period that could last longer than all the years you worked for a living. To realize your retirement dreams, you must take charge of your financial future if you wish [...]


17. Feb 2019
★★★★★

Crying is for Babies by Tricia McGill

When I wrote Remnants of Dreams a long time ago, it was mostly fiction based on my mother's life. She lived through two world wars in a war-torn London, bringing up a large family in near poverty. Crying is for Babies is similar in that it features my family, but whereas Remnants was mostly fiction; this one is a factual account of the life of one of my sisters. As an eight-year-old tomboy who [...]


17. Feb 2019
★★★★★

A Trail of Honesty by JA Angelo

A Trail of Honesty is a children's picture book that an adult can use to encourage an open dialogue with a 4 to an 8-year old child. This discussion would describe the potential negative consequences that could result from lying or displaying unsafe practices while camping or taking a nature hike. This book will illustrate that lying could result in personal harm or property damage. During the [...]


17. Feb 2019
★★★★★

The Money Resolution - 101 Ways To Save Money, Make Money & Get Out Of Debt In One Year by Franklin Lee Calkins

They say write the book you'd want to read. That's what My Money Resolution is. It's the book I NEEDED one year ago when I began my personal finance journey. Instead, I spent a year teaching myself and getting it together money-wise and documented EVERYTHING along the way so I could pay it forward. I got out of credit card debt and took advantage of new credit card perks (like free lounge [...]


17. Feb 2019
★★★★★

Dreamin' Dreams by Brendan Gerad O'Brien

Ireland is an amazing wonderland of foot-tapping songs and glorious scenery, of silver lakes and green hills, of blue mountains and wild oceans, of hearty humour and rib tickling laughter, of dark myth and strange legend, of tall tales that reek of wonder and also of woe. Tourists flock there every year to drink in this wonderful atmosphere, to savour the green countryside, to capture the very [...]


17. Feb 2019
★★★★★

Kitchen Canary by Joanne C. Parsons

Kitchen Canary 1868 Kitchen Canary is my first novel. It has won three book awards. I wrote it following my retirement and the death of my husband. It was a cathartic process, allowing me to escape my grief and ultimately to bring joy to others. My aunt told me that my grandfather was the product of a kitchen canary (Irish domestic) and her employer. The domestic was put to the streets in [...]


17. Feb 2019
★★★★★

The Sharps Shooter by Valerie Douglas

Growing up, Felicity, the daughter of a US marshal and his eldest child, learns how to shoot to provide food for the table. When her father is murdered in front of her eyes she straps on his guns and hunts down his killer. Honoring her father, she brings two to justice, but the third fights back. When she kills him, the hunter becomes the hunted. Unable to return home, and limited by the [...]


17. Feb 2019
★★★★★

Gift of the Magpie by Zoe M. McCarthy

One day, I was looking at several Christmas book covers on Amazon. I wondered if I could write a book that would lift readers' Christmas spirits. O. Henry's story, "Gift of the Magi," popped into my mind. Remember, that's the story where a couple agonizes over the gift they'll get each other for Christmas. She cuts and sells her hair to buy a chain for his treasured watch, and he sells his watch [...]


17. Feb 2019
★★★★★

Resurgence of the Hunt - A Global Spy Thriller (The Ahriman Legacy Book 3) by Puja Guha

Resurgence of the Hunt follows two lead characters, Petra Shirazi, an ex-spy of Iranian-American descent, and the Ahriman, a former assassin. The two characters have been pitted against each other and later forced to work together, out of which they developed a turbulent romance. The story is full of twists and turns, and targeted at readers who enjoy thrillers, romantic suspense, and action [...]


17. Feb 2019
★★★★★

Sortmind by Michael D. Smith

Trantor Group CEO Peter Trantor scrambles to reassure his latest client, the lovely but unreadable bank executive Anna Winstead, that his telepathic Sortmind app really isn't as deadly as people assume. But he has some explaining to do when a newly-hired programmer at Trantor, Mindwiped by Sortmind abuse, proclaims himself an alien from the planet Cnzaar. High school art students Oliver [...]


17. Feb 2019
★★★★★

Lost Angel in Paradise - Outdoor Days from L.A. to the Lost Coast of California (Lost Angel Adventures) by Linda Ballou

Escape with me (aka the Lost Angel) on 32 of my favorite daytrips on the sun-splashed coast of California. I love to explore and have had fun collecting these days over the past couple of decades.This book is my gift to all my friends who love the outdoors and have asked me to take them along. This book is for anyone with a modicum of fitness who wants to pull the plug on technology and set thier [...]


17. Feb 2019
★★★★★

The Undertaker - Hallowed Halls by Carmel McMurdo Audsley

What a wonderful character in Kate the undertaker the author has created. She is a woman ahead of her time in 19th century Edinburgh. When she takes over her father's undertaking business, she discovers a talent for crime solving and is re-acquainted with a little spirit girl from her childhood. Each book deals with a new set of crimes that mix real places and events of the time, with fictional [...]


16. Feb 2019
★★★★★

THE NEOPHYTE ENTREPRENEUR - How to Go From Unemployment and your 9-5 Job To A Successful Entrepreneur. by Patrick Paul-Lukpata

The Book THE NEOPHYTE ENTREPRENEUR: How to go from Unemployment and your 9-5 Job to a Successful Entrepreneur is an intro book that gives an overview of what it takes to quickly start a business that may succeed. In these times where mergers and acquisition are the norms, many employees are fearful about their future in the face of economic instability where recession and depression can occur [...]


16. Feb 2019
★★★★★

Are We There Yet? - A Story of Migration (I'm Reading-Easy Readers Book 2) by Mary Vigliante Szydlowski

Arthur is a young Canada goose who is migrating for the first time. But Arthur has problems. Flight school is tough. Getting off the ground isn't nearly as easy as it looks. Worse still, he hates flying in V formation! It's boring! Arthur would rather fly in circles. Or do swoops and dives. He wants to take time to enjoy the scenery. Or fly off by himself to grab a quick snack or explore. Arthur [...]


16. Feb 2019
★★★★★

TRUMP FANTASY WALL ROMANCE by Charles Frankhauser

Inspiration to write this novella in the genre of humor, fantasy, and romance resulted from the author watching TV news, suffering sleepless nights while composing a storyline, and typing the manuscript in the mornings. A White House staffer working in the West Wing and a Texas fence and cattle pen builder meet by chance in a Georgetown bar. Their hometown was too small to be a town. They shared [...]


16. Feb 2019
★★★★★

Atlantic City Nazi by Charles Frankhauser

The genre of this novel is historical fiction. An honest naive young man is led astray by a German spy using feigned romance and the lure of easy-money from beach crimes in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The opening episodes are adapted from the author's unpublished memoir of travels as a kid on the Big Band circuit during the jazz-swing era prior to World War II. The author visited many of the [...]


15. Feb 2019
★★★★★

The Homecoming Racer by Logan E Stoves

My book is about a third generation African-American NASCAR driver name Jackson Wallace, who is trying to make history by becoming the first African American NASCAR Monster Energy Champion as well as make more history by becoming the first rookie and the youngest to win the championship. Oh yeah, he is also a senior in High School. He also try to man up and take this girl a.k.a his crush, Grace [...]


15. Feb 2019
★★★★★

Sweet Whispers of the Devil by Sierra Kay

I write contemporary suspense novels based on fairy tales, fantasy, and fables. Why not be inspired by Mother Goose? For Sweet Whispers of the Devil, I delved into the world of the Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe. Clearly, the title character struggled because the family dinner seemed a bit lacking and she had to whoop all the children before sending them to bed. While a unilateral whooping was [...]


15. Feb 2019
★★★★★

Parental Damage by Jack Marriot

Parental damage is a book that needed writing, it was therapy, no a release, a chance to put away those things that I tried to bury but which would always come back to me in my dreams. It tells of the cruelty that man can inflict upon one another, it tells of hope and how nurture good or bad, affects each and everyone of us. I didn't just need to write this book I wanted to. I wanted everyone to [...]


15. Feb 2019
★★★★★

Spyglass (The Vision Chronicles Book 2) by Chariss K. Walker

Spyglass is the second book in the series that details the hero's changing mystic ability. As his ability to see the future changes, so does the title of the books. In the first book, Mike saw visions of the future through the fragmented view of a kaleidoscope but with acceptance, his ability has mended. Now, he sees the future through a spyglass with a wide-angled lens. The images are clear and [...]


14. Feb 2019
★★★★★

Finding Your Soul Mate, God's Way - 1+1=1 by Ron W. Mumford

Are Soul Mates real? Can you have more than one Soul Mate? Who were the very first soul mates? And how can you find yours? The author guarantees that by the end of this book You Will Know Your Soul Mate! This is Christian Non-Fiction book with many true, real life stories and relationships. Some ended wonderfully, others, ended in pain and heartache. So what is the difference in the path to [...]


13. Feb 2019
★★★★★

How to Write Novels, Short Stories, Articles and Blogs - For the self-taught, self-made, self-starter, and ambitious reader by Marciano Guerrero and Mary Duffy

We are sure that our manual for writing novels, short stories, articles, and other non-fiction genres will become the most influential book of this century. We use the writing of major writers and follow Saint Augustine's advice: write by imitating master writers. So, don't—for a minute—expect a "How to" traditional guide to writing prose. You won't find the quaint ideas and easy classes [...]



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