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Book: Refugee - Rolf must put the war's carnage behind him and learn to love again by Reece Pocock
One man's journey from tragedy to find happiness. By prize winning author Reece Pocock - Essential reading for fans of #Ken Follett, #Raymond Khoury and #Clive Cussler. Refugee is a moving, stunning piece of literature that enthralled, entertained and enchanted me from the very first page. Aimee Anne. Rolf Krieger was left devastated after WW2. Now a refugee, he immigrates to Australia. There he [...]
 
Book: WISH YOU A GOODE JOURNEY - LIVING LIFE WITH EYES AND HEART WIDE OPEN by Marcy Heath Robitaille
After losing 17-year-old daughter Makenzie Mia Goode in a tragic accident, Makenzie's mom, Marcy felt compelled to share their story. Although initially consumed in grief with her daughter's unexpected departure, Marcy has since found joy and healing as the additional chapter of her daughter's life unfolds. Makenzie saved six lives through her organ donation. Tremendous blessings are received as [...]
 
Book: the beauty and the prince by M. N. George
The story is about a girl called Fatma, who lived at small village in the countryside of Egypt, although her mother was very beautiful, her mother had to marry a rich person who was ugly at shape and behavior due to her family's poverty ,Fatma's mother didn't enter school but she could learn literacy at the Islamic kindergarten, Fatma's life at primary school was very interesting ,she was very [...]
 
Book: The Recluse by Rasheed Odunade Akande
The Recluse is the third collection of poetry from the author and it forges a path greatly beyond its predecessors; If Only I Knew and Diary. It attempts a look into the social and economic mishaps of life that inadvertently leads to the abuse of opportunities by caring others. The Recluse is also a collection of poetry stemming from the desire of the individual at self-actualization by striving [...]
 
Book: Enslaved by Illusions by Iryna Andriyevska
"Have you ever seen eyes of kitten, which was first acquainted with the snow? You open the door - it looks with fear and curiosity unspeakable on white "veil" which beckons with it's cool voice. At this moment nothing else gets hold attention of kitty. Here it is one paw timidly immersed in this cold down and her little soul permeates incredible feeling, as if the whole world holds this lovely [...]
 
Book: We are only human by michael blaney
This is Part one of a two part autobiography by Michael Blaney a screenwriter, author, singer, songwriter whose life has been plagued with painful events one after another. The riveting autobiography shows how forgiveness is important as you watch this young man grapple with some of lives most horrible obstacles. The original book IM ONLY HUMAN was released last year. In this version, the writer [...]
 
Book: IF ONLY I KNEW - PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS by Rasheed Odunade Akande
The first attempt by the author to tell his tale in poetic lines; the book touches on the story of childhood, adolescence and young adulthood as experienced. Also, it takes a cue from others experiences mainly of people close by since every experience is shared between or amongst people. The book in its tale telling attempt drifts through time and touches on diverse topics as love, death, hopes [...]
 
Book: The First Born Sons by Raymond Boyd Dunn
This short story of 20,000 words includes the six generations of the Rickards family, beginning with the first Billy Rickards up to his name-sake, the present day Billy Rickards. As the title implies, it covers the salient points of each of the first born sons of the family. It is my attempt to connect the final novel of the Pearson/Rickards trilogy to the modern day Billy Rickards , and his rail [...]
 
Book: The Watchman by Matt Langford
The Watchman tells the story of Adam, a young man with a learning difficulty, after they move from city life and into the countryside. Told through Adam's eyes we follow him and his family through struggles, upheavals and the ultimate breakdown of both the family and his unit. Adam has simple tastes and simple needs. He loves nothing more than a cup of tea and a window to watch from. His [...]
 
Book: Long Lost Romance by Frances Law
Frances Law and Austin Centeno never knew what the future would bring until ten years after high school when they meet again. Love is destined as it is and it is a well known fact that no one can control the future. But perhaphs God had made them together and forever. Frances had always been the punk girl in high school while Austin had been the popular kid. Everyone knows that the two [...]
 
Book: The Vacation by Gaspar DeMarco
The Vacation is a fictional story that is filled with drama about a young family that goes on vacation for the first time. The Father [Collins] works, and his wife [Lanette] is a stay-at-home Mom,who watches over their grammar school age daughter [Cassey],and son[ Sam]. While on the road to their destination,tragedy strikes the Family,and their whole world is turned upside down.
 
Book: May of Ashley Green by Lilly Adam
The year is eighteen sixty and at seventeen, May Huntley has lived all of her life in the quiet hamlet of Ashley Green, Cheshire, with her loving ma. One November night, a terrible tragedy occurs which is set to change her life forever. Taken in by the kind and elderly Mrs Weaver, who feels she must disclose some shocking family secrets, and warn her of the impending danger, May is left [...]
 
Book: Runaway - A Tragedy of Youth by Peter Alpert
Like many teenagers, Jim Carson doesn't get along with his parents, feels neglected at home, and finds it hard to connect with classmates and teachers at school. Devising a half-baked plan, he flees his Florida home in the middle of the night for what he hopes will be a new start on the West Coast. What he encounters along the way is life changing, but not in the way he had hoped. Based on a true [...]
 
Book: A Life Worth Living by Shannon Stephens
This book is based on my life story. I grew up in Foster care and have gone through many trials in my life. At the age of 23 with 2 daughters and newly engaged, I suffered a massive debilitating stroke that killed 45% of my front right lobe of my brain. I was not saved or living as Christ wanted, and He used this as a wake up call for me. I was told I would never be out of a hospital bed or walk [...]
 
Book: Tears Of July by Curtis Maynard
Short Story based on the upcoming movie Tears Of July which has won an Independent Film Festival for best trailer. Robert has lost the love of his life, and is struggling with his grief. Sherry was his soulmate, his everything, the glue that held him together, but now he's fallen into a cycle of depression and alcoholism, unable, perhaps even unwilling to break free. Can one man, who has [...]
 
Book: A Second Chance at Forever by JM Stewart
Recently divorced and working two jobs, Angela Lewis has no room in her life for love. Yet when her childhood crush finds her at the nightclub where she works as sexy stripper Candy Cane and expresses his interest, Angela can't resist. She only wants one night to live the fantasy her alter ego provides. Alex McKinley is still trying to pick up the pieces of his shattered life, and one night with [...]
 
Book: The Catalysts by Anamika
We are all part of the cosmic world. We are responsible for the experiences we have, the people we interact with and the situations we create. But there is also an element of some things being pre-ordained, which we have no control over. If we experience misfortune, we blame our luck and curse our existence even. But in truth, the hardship was sent our way so we may learn from it. It breaks the [...]
 
Book: Madness by Catherine Winters
Five Stars: "The tragedy of Madness is also the beauty of it " ~Natasha Jackson, Readers' Favorite - Madeleine Holbrook has decided she's done with men. Ian McLaren has decided he's ready for Madeleine. Jacob Turner hasn't decided anything. Among the rich and miserable of Denver, Madeleine's career as a professional mistress has been an open secret. But at the ripe age of twenty-seven - and after [...]
 
Book: The Avenue by James Lawless
The Provenance of The Avenue (from a letter to Gabriel Byrne) My family moved from the Liberties to the suburbs of Walkinstown when I was six so The Avenue is in a way a chronological continuation of Perceiving Oranges and represents my response to the myth of suburbia as a panacea for the ills of society. The story hangs essentially as a picture of suburban degeneration. My family like a lot of [...]
 
Book: The Sounds That Resonate by Christie Amory
Life is rarely what you expect it to be... Audrey Laverty always knew she was a good person. She also knew she could make her life the way she wanted it to be. She had everything she wanted until one thing changed it all and her world turned into something she didn't recognize. Surrounded by other people's problems, she describes how she makes her way through the following two years, three months [...]
 
Book: Survival Girl by Carolyn Jernigan
Lessons of Survival, Learned the Hard Way - Survival Girl is the story of Tanya, a young woman whose life dreams get derailed and put on hold, as she finds her path. Growing up in a troubled family with an abusive, alcoholic father, Tanya's ideas about love and security lead her into dangerous situations. Forced to leave home, she goes through a series of hair-raising trials and tribulations, [...]
 
Book: One More Play by Dr. James M. Perdue
At age sixteen, James grew-up fast when his father died. He played baseball in high school and received a college scholarship. Concerned about his mother and brothers, he hoped his athletic talent would lead to a financially successful professional baseball career. Then, one day, while playing a pick-up football game, James was seriously injured and diagnosed a quadriplegic. He asked the doctor, [...]
 
Book: Millie and the Bushranger by Raymond Boyd Dunn
Millie and the Bushranger is a short story of 15,625 words. Whilst it is of the same genre as my other historical novels and short stories, it is a departure from the norm, in that I have not tried to tie it in with the trilogy, as I have with the others. It is the story of a lonely girl living in the bush, far from town and people of her own age. She lives her life in dreams conceived from the [...]
 
Book: All in A Day's Work by J.D. Kennedy
Regina is the Office Manager and a fly on the wall at a small but successful Public Relations agency in New York City. While some people have to deal with pompous bosses and office politics Regina is coping with a cross-dressing Vice President, promiscuous co-workers, cantankerous clients and the occasional drug peddling intern. After a senior account executive's death at his desk goes virtually [...]
 
Book: Diary by Rasheed Odunade Akande
Diary: Dream within a dream is a work of poetry and a sequence to If Only I Knew: Personal Recollections. The Diary, like its predecessor delves into the problems of human social cultural experience while noting the struggles, both mental and physical of every individual to find acceptance and love e.t.c The book is a complex whole for poetry lovers, written in simple English dictum for all minds [...]
 
Book: Castaway Hearts by Taryn Raye
Twice orphaned, Catherine Barrett arrives in Virginia a stranger to her closest kin and secretly engaged to the one man her family would disapprove of- her seafaring grandfather's apprentice. Add to her troubles, the rich and intriguing older brother of her secret betrothed, Dawson Randolph, a plantation owner who is as heartless as he is handsome. Heartbroken when her intended sets sail for his [...]
 
Book: I Cried for Africa by John Alexander Grosart
This is the true story of John and Sylvia Grosart who lived in Africa for 16 years. It tells of their life and experiences through their eyes, of the Wildlife, Poverty, Corruption, and Survival, from South Africa through to Malawi. In the last twelve years they built and operated there own Safari Lodge on the shore of LAke Malawi near the Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve. This finally finished in [...]
 
Book: Not All Dragons Dance by Spencer Bailey
Felipe Chavez struggles to make ends meet as an underemployed taxi driver on the uncompromising streets of Lima; a lonely man, he is desperate to find somebody to share his humble life with. Alejandra Sanchez, the beautiful daughter of a wealthy banking family, threw away the benefits of her privileged upbringing and private school education as her life descended into the tortured world of drugs [...]
 
Book: Escape Velocity (The Pax Series) by Meryl S. Fortney
Picking up where PaxCorpus left us, Escape Velocity shoves you face-first into the abyss, grabs hold and never lets go. Follow Dante, Meryl and a ragtag squad of survivalists, who call themselves, Belligerent Underpaid Tactical Team, from the depths of the devastated state of New Jersey to the bowels of post-apocalyptic Manhattan. With less than a day's worth of supplies and their underground [...]
 
Book: Caught in Darkness (Night Shadows) by Rose Wulf
Veronica Wyndham had no idea that vampires were real, let alone that her new favorite customer Tall Dark and Handsome just so happened to be one. And she never imagined she'd overhear a robbery plan with murderous potential while eating lunch in the park. Making those kinds of enemies just wasn't a good way to spend a day. Seth Hunter knew he should have been grateful for Veronica's unintentional [...]
 
Book: Hire Me or Fire Me (Trilogy of Truth Book 1) by Alexander McDonald
"Hire Me or Fire Me," is the first of a "Trilogy of Truth," of Non-Fiction Books by Scottish Indie Author Alexander McDonald. It is a coming of age, heart thrilling book, about the incredible journey of a young Scottish boy's reluctant move to Canada, from the southwestern coast of beautiful Scotland. The roller coaster of events that happen to him will leave you laughing, shocked, and with soul [...]
 
Book: What the Eyes Don't See by Annie Allways
This is a romantic and erotic love story involving three long term friends, Rebecca, Lizzie and Dave. Who loves who? Who is making love to who? Through an unfortunate twist of fate, Rebecca has to return to Braxbridge her birth place. However, every cloud has a silver lining and two of the friends, Rebecca and Dave fall madly in love and plan their wedding day. But what is Dave's dark secret that [...]
 
Book: An Actor's Life - A Short Story by Duncan Whitehead
From Award Winning and Best Selling Author Duncan Whitehead, comes a short story with a twist ... It's Oscar night, and the world holds its breath to see if Sir Michael Brookes not only wins the best actor but also the best supporting actor award, which would take his tally of Academy Award wins to an unprecedented six. Meanwhile, his biggest fan and fellow actor Terry Sparkes watches the [...]
 
Book: The Messenger (2) - Purgatory and Beyond by Paul John Miller
Have you ever wondered what happens to you when you die? This is an age old question that we as humans have asked from the beginning of time. Well, I have the answer; I hope you will lend me your ear. As a matter of fact, I wrote it down so if you are at all interested please read on. A short time after I lost a great friend that I only knew for a brief period, I was granted a miraculous gift; I [...]
 
Book: YET ANOTHER ROSE FOR ADA by Mercy Offor, PhD
A loving, vibrant, trusting and enthusiastic young girl embarked on a journey half way around the world. Her mission was simple; to study law, open a new law firm and make her special mark, leave a remarkable footprint on the sands of time. Armed with her determination, a loving family to fall back on and full of anticipation, Ada set out, as it were, "to conquer the world." How did Ada's mission [...]
 
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