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24. Jan 2020
★★★★★

Kitchen Knives & Insta-lies - Her younger self would have reeled with disgust at what she'd become by Elise Lowe

When I began writing this book in 2017, I was keen to explore how a woman's relationship with the world might change once she became a mother. It's an issue I often talked about with friends - the tug of war between work and family, the mental load that falls predominantly on women, and the strain placed on a relationship as roles change to accommodate the arrival of a child. I'd picked up on [...]


23. Jan 2020
★★★★★

Challenges, Consequences & Commitment Therapy (CCCT) - for Borderline Personality Disorder by Nina Bingham

This is a manual for caregivers and therapists who are supporting clients with BPD. It is also written to help family members, partners, and the BPD clients themselves. This book introduces a completely new therapuetic approach to treatment of BPD. This revolutionary approach is called, "CCCT", which stands for, "Challenges, Consequences & Commitment Therapy." It is a 3-step process that includes [...]


23. Jan 2020
★★★★★

Fatapiller - An enchanting children's story of survival & courage. Told in rhyme, filled with fabulous colour pictures with a positive, mindfulness theme. ...

Fatapiller was written originally as a bedtime story for my daughter taking a little over 6 months to write. Children aged 3-10 are the primary readers but parents will love reading Fatapiller to kids 3 & under too! For anyone who downloads this free version they will discover a link inside to 2 other free Fatapiller books. The most difficult part about writing this story was making it rhyme [...]


22. Jan 2020
★★★★★

Omega Force - Rebellion (OF11) by Joshua Dalzelle

The quadrant is teetering on the brink of open warfare. An AI that is only known as "The Machine" has seized control of the ConFed. It remains hidden, behind the scenes, while executing military and economic policy with goals known only to itself. It has already conquered the neighboring Eshquarian Empire in one swift, brutal assault that has left the other regional powers terrified and [...]


22. Jan 2020
★★★★★

If Cows Were Blue by Kristi Nielsen

Are the answers to primal questions found by looking outside the box? Absurd and fantastical storytelling creates new ways of looking at old or outmoded ways of thinking. This book is written in rhyme and takes you on a fantastical journey. Lots of exciting imaginary changes make the world described by the author far different from reality. If Cows Were Blue is a fanciful story, where [...]


21. Jan 2020
★★★★★

A Brush with Death (Art of the Dead Book 1) by Jody Summers

I was inspired to write this series after meeting a young lady who was actually creating these paintings with the ashes of the deceased. I was so amazed with the concept and the fact that it was a unique novel topic that I began my first novel in this Art of the Dead series that very day. Here's a short description: A medium who paints with human ashes unleashes a murderous spiritual [...]


21. Jan 2020
★★★★★

NEVER ENOUGH - A Recovery Workbook - For Addictions and Eating Disorders (Volume 1) by Nina Bingham

This is a do-it-yourself workbook for anyone dealing with Addictions, OCD behaviors, or Eating Disorders. It is the winner of the Reader's Favorite 5-Star Award! The benefits you'll receive are worth the cost of the workbook, says this reader who purchased the book for a family member who was in jail: "My sister is in jail due to a drug addiction. I got her this book because it covered not just [...]


21. Jan 2020
★★★★★

Once the Storm is Over - From Grieving to Healing after the Suicide of my Daughter by Nina Bingham

Winner of The Literary Critic Reviewer's Award, and the Reader's Favorite 5-Star Award. Reviewer Viga Boland for Readers' Favorite says: "With the alarming rise in suicides, especially sadly amongst teens, Nina Bingham's memoir about losing her beloved daughter to suicide is timely, but no doubt writing it was one of the hardest things Bingham has ever done. What courage it takes to bare a [...]


20. Jan 2020
★★★★★

Guardians Of Dreamland - Rafael & the magic DarKNight by Augusta Broers

Guardians Of Dreamland is a fantasy novel for teenagers / young adults. Rafael is a teenager thrown in a magical world and caught in a web of intrigues and betrayal. Rafael has a nice life. His family is supportive and he is a talented soccer player who's been offered a once in a lifetime chance to train in a prestigious soccer school. He cannot wait to leave the stupid bullies behind him [...]


19. Jan 2020
★★★★★

The Queenmakers Saga Box Set (Books 1-4) - Epic Fantasy Romance Series by Bernadette Rowley

The Queenmakers Saga Box Set Books 1 to 4 includes Princess Avenger, The Lady's Choice, Princess in Exile and The Lord and the Mermaid. We're talking 900 pages. And the genre is sexy epic fantasy romance. The setting is my fantasy kingdom of Thorius and you can expect feisty heroines, tortured heroes, magic, political intrigue and mythical creatures. If you love a good shifter romance, [...]


19. Jan 2020
★★★★★

The Walk-In - A True Hollywood Story by Brian Hunter

"The Walk-In" is a true-life story, biography/memoir that reads as an epic drama. The story starts with the humble beginnings of an innocent little boy who grew up in a trailer in the rural areas of New England. This coming of age story continues with stories from high school and University, where the young man begins to build his small business empire. After reaching a pinnacle of success, [...]


19. Jan 2020
★★★★★

Seven Deadly Sinners - Drought, Flood, an Outback Pub - and a Serial Killer by Carmel McMurdo Audsley

The characters were well rounded, the scenery well described and the suspense well maintained. A great murder mystery and a very worthy addition to the whodunnit genre.


18. Jan 2020
★★★★★

The End of America's War in Afghanistan (The Russian Agents Book 3) by Ted Halstead

Pakistan tested its first nuclear weapon in 1998. The Taliban have dreamed about stealing some of those Pakistani nuclear weapons to use against American forces in Afghanistan. But how could they, when they are so heavily guarded? One Taliban leader has a plan that he began working on in 2002, the year after American forces came to Afghanistan. If it works, the Taliban will have eight nuclear [...]


18. Jan 2020
★★★★★

2-4 Cavalry Book12 - The Lost Planet (SciFi Adventure) by Eric L Johnson

After the actions in Book 11, the unit is then sent to Talislanta to retrieve a scientist. The only catch in this simple mission is that the planet suffered a nuclear war and the high command doesn't want the scientist there. A cut and dried rescue mission is formed and will they find the scientist in time or will the remnants of a nuclear blasted wasteland chew the scientist up? This book is [...]


18. Jan 2020
★★★★★

The Illustrated Hen by Scott Charles

"The Illustrated Hen" is a series of short stories that reveal the events and inner world in the life of a young man who has a very vivid imagination. Every situation he encounters becomes part of an epic journey, and every path taken is an adventure along the way. In this novel a missing scrabble piece or a disrupted bingo game become the elements of a mysterious universal force. The story [...]


18. Jan 2020
★★★★★

Little Miss HISTORY Travels to TOMBSTONE ARIZONA by Barbara Ann Mojica

Have you ever yearned to travel back in time to the Wild West? Take this opportunity to walk the streets of Tombstone, Arizona. Discover the colorful characters of diverse ethnicities that lived and worked in Tombstone. Little Miss HISTORY will guide you through the streets of "The Town That Was Too Tough to Die." Visitors walk the streets and talk to outlaws and cowboys. They witness a [...]


17. Jan 2020
★★★★★

Time Out for Patches by Kristi Nielsen

Author Kristi Nielsen had a pet goat named Patches when she was nine years old. This story is inspired by her experiences with goat ownership. There is no predicting the trouble a pet goat can cause. The antics of a goat will always bring suspense and surprise. Patches, grew from a baby to a curious and hungry goat. He explores the neighborhood and has to be rescued by the Fire Department and [...]


17. Jan 2020
★★★★★

Made for Each Other - A Contemporary Christian Romance (Grandma Mandy Series Book 1) by Karen Cogan

In this Christian contemporary romance, Lissa is transferred from the big city to a smaller town where her grandmother lives. Since Grandma Mandy is sick, her young friend, Jason, picks Lissa up at the airport. The spark between Lissa and Jason is immediate. However, he is an artist, and Lissa believes in job security. She is a career woman who is climbing the ladder. Nonetheless, his charisma [...]


16. Jan 2020
★★★★★

Escape to Osprey Cove - Book 1 of The Osprey Cove Lodge Series by Luisa Marietta Gold

The mystery begins with an unusual find in the secret compartment of Doug's new Corvette. It will forever change his and Catherine's life. Doug's mysterious behavior after the find forces Catherine to seek escape at The Osprey Cove Lodge. What she finds at the lodge turns out to be far more valuable. Follow the suspense, mystery, and romance of Book 1 of The Osprey Cove Lodge Series. Authors [...]


14. Jan 2020
★★★★★

Princess Avenger - An Epic Fantasy Romance Novel (Queenmakers Saga Book 1) by Bernadette Rowley

Princess Avenger came about because I was challenged to write a romance by my mentor. Having read epic fantasy series for decades, I knew my heroine would have to come from the pages of a fantasy romance. Alecia Zialni was created – a kick-arse princess with a heart of gold. Her unlikely hero is Vard Anton, a shape-shifting hunk who is searching for someone to help him control his bear [...]


14. Jan 2020
★★★★★

The Message in the Painted Rock (An Arthur and Marya Mystery Book 1) by Tom Blanton

Set in a small city in Texas in the present, this is the story of two resourceful and courageous teenagers who must deal with unbelievable and wondrous forces in their quest to solve a mystery involving an ancient artifact. It is summer vacation. And thirteen year-old Marya has come to Coronado Springs from San Francisco to visit her grandmother, Arthur’s beloved neighbor, Mrs. Flores. [...]


13. Jan 2020
★★★★★

Acting Out Yoga Presents - Harvir in the Amazon by Danielle Palli

Yoga is one of the best techniques for children to learn for stress relief, good health, and balance in all aspects of life. Designed to teach young children yoga poses while engaging them in their love of storytelling, Harvir in the Amazon shows yoga poses on one side of the book for parents and teachers to coach children in yoga poses, while the other side of the book is a captivating story of [...]


12. Jan 2020
★★★★★

The Accidental Archmage - Book Seven (Dragons and Demons) by Edmund A. Manzano Batara

Book Seven starts Arc Three of The Accidental Archmage series. Arc Three sees a more mature and settled Archmage with a firm concern about his role and devoted to his adopted world. Yet it is a place now engulfed in war. Loki and his friends want to be the new rulers of Adar. Chaos now reigns as pantheons find themselves fighting enemies from within and without. Empires and kingdoms have [...]


12. Jan 2020
★★★★★

Dime by Luis Figueredo

Dime is a story about a Miami lawyer, Pierce Evangelista, who is drawn into the brutal and violent power struggle between a Venezuelan drug cartel and the DEA. I can't say that the story was inspired by true events, but I was once asked to represent someone arrested in the West Indies on drug trafficking charges. That gave me the idea for the story. It took me a couple of years to write the [...]


10. Jan 2020
★★★★★

Freedom's Knife (Justiciar's Redemption Book 1) by Daphne Moore

CE 2644. Centuries ago, the invasion of Ridden, body snatching spirits, caused the Fall. Now in North America, the Union, the government that followed Canada, Mexico, and the United States, controls a huge territory. Some of its population live safe in enclaves, technologically advanced areas; the rest live Outside, at risk from bandits, magical creatures, and Ridden. Alys Xoticos-Quinn, [...]



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