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Book: The Teleporter's Handbook by David Charles Simmonds
A collection of eleven short stories. Any of the stores read by two or more people should provoke discussion. They are modern fables and tall tales infused with satirical humor and poetic license. I am now retired after owning and operating The Screen Actor's Studio in Victoria B.C. for over thirty years. During the studio period i was hired for writing video scripts and lyrics. Many of the songs [...]
 
Book: Models and Lovers, a Modern Day Romance by Johnny Ray
This is a modern day romance from one of Amazon's bestselling romance writers who writes true life contemporary romances. Is it possible to be the most eligible bachelor forever? Even in NEW YORK CITY! And to do so while also owning the top modeling agency there? After meeting that one special woman there are only two questions that have to be answered: Will his ego now prevent him from [...]
 
Book: The Life and Loves of Gringo Greene by David Carter
Have you ever been in love? Was it good for you? Would you do it again? Gringo Greene has never been in love. That's half his problem. But when a young woman gives in her notice at Dryden Engineering no one really cared that much, except perhaps Gringo Greene. In her absence he dives into a series of frantic affairs that will change his life forever, but can he find happiness and contentment, and [...]
 
Book: Girls Gone Great by C. J. BrumBerg
Girls Gone Great is a collection of magical tales written for girls ages two to ten. These fable-like stories were inspired by real girls, girls taking a magical journey of self-discovery where doing the right thing turns into something great. When you believe in yourself and have confidence to face obstacles, then any girl has the ability to "go great" and surprise herself just like the heroines [...]
 
Book: The Hopeteller by Charles E. Yallowitz
Humanity has been driven into the wilderness by the 'Invaders'. They have been forced to live as colonies in the wilderness where survival is a daily struggle. Hope becomes harder and harder to hold onto as the years pass. Then one day, a young man tells a story to an injured friend and the Hopeteller is born. Unsure of the power of his words, he finds himself moving the colony with his fairy [...]
 
Book: Christian Parables by Jwyan C. Johnson
Imagine a biblical playground of new riddles and parables where the scriptures themselves actually play along with you! WordPlay is a twist-n-learn experience of fun mystery & a better bible memory at the same time, on the same page! Discover a ventriloquist without his puppet, watch a blind architect, and witness a hide-n-seek champion who finally finds himself! With plenty more tales, and with [...]
 
Book: Grob (eFables) by Kamon Diane Therrien
Grob is a grumpy toad and he is bored of living in a small garden with his family. He wants freedom, he wants to go and discover what is on the other of the fence. What is waiting for him outside the garden is what you will find out in reading Grob's dangerous journey into the unknown world. Very well illustrated and colorful, Grob, like others eFables is excellent for reading on mobile devices.
 
Book: Materbeampater by Honey R. Adewole
MATERBEAMPATER is a collection of short stories with vibrant characters. And there's a story in it for everyone Reading guide: The Notables - for kids aged 4-6 The Gritties - for kids aged 6-9 The Naughties - for kids aged 10 up The Gritties - about children coming to terms with who they are: Beatrice Flunker the left handed girl Willy Sodden the bed wetter Edward Bang who unfortunately has mash [...]
 
Book: Krikkit's Shoes - The Kingdom of D'Arragon by Jessie L. Best
Life is pretty ordinary for Krikkit. Ordinary and rather boring. Boring, that is, until she places the shiny black leather shoes she rescued from beneath her bed, on her ten year old feet. Transported almost instantly to the Kingdom of D'Arragon, she becomes caught up in the mystery and magic of the royal D'Arragon Dynasty. Sorcery and intrigue abound, but Krikkit's sense of adventure overcomes [...]
 
Book: Viktor in Love (eFables) by Kamon Therrien
Viktor the tortoise is a great fighter, a kind of ninja. But when he wants to befriend the beautiful Lola, he has to figure out who he is and what he really wants. Viktor in Love is the first of a series of children's stories designed to entertain children and to teach them mindfulness regarding mind, body and the environment. These essential skills aim to help children shape their future in a [...]
 
Book: Oh no, I've Fallen in Love! Warning: contains nuts. by Louise Wise
Valerie Anthrope is neurotic and a regimented loner whose life unfolds after a 'chance' encounter with a stranger. She struggles with human connection and nothing is missing in her carefully timetabled life of avoiding social interactions. But everything changes when Valerie meets Ellen, her self-acclaimed Mary Poppins! And it is Ellen who, by wanting to help Valerie, introduces her to her [...]
 
Book: Clint the Lint Keeper (eFables volume 2) by Kamon (Diane) Therrien
Misadventures, bad luck or just having a bad day, are normal events, part of everybody's life. As Clint goes on a journey, things start to happen. His first reaction is to shut down and keep bad memories alive in his heart to avoid further trouble. When this does not work, Clint learns from his cousin that a heart has to be cleaned often to keep a happy and open mind. A wonderfully illustrated [...]
 
Book: Fate's Fables (Fate's Journey) by T. Rae Mitchell
Enter a world of 8 dark fables, deadly fairy tale characters and one girl with the power to change destinies. Reality sucks. Make-believe rocks. That's been seventeen-year-old Fate Floyd's motto since she read her first fairy tale. Normally a harmless pastime...until she reads from the Book of Fables. Now she can hardly tell what's real and what's not. Fate's been spelled and mysteriously trapped [...]
 
Book: The Land of Fall Tales - Pumpkin Jack and the Fountain and Other Tales from the Land of Fall by Erin Greene
These are tales told to me by the legendary Green Man about the Land of Fall, a mythical Island "just off the coast" where it's always fall. In these stories, you'll find colorful characters like Uncle Robert (read about his Island-famous Fish Stew!), Freckled Moley, Pumpkin Jack, Mr. Boot and The Mary That Wouldn't. Share in their adventures as they find themselves involved in episodes about [...]
 
Book: Hookham Poetry Library by Sandra J. Hookham
The Hookham Poetry Library (Vol. I) consists of a wide range of cleverly rhymed poems: from epic to epigram; inspirational to down right funny; happy to sad; tender and touching to brazen and witty; and from carefree fantasy to parable. IT'S TODAY SO REMEMBER-- IT'S-- Good when someone leaves their mark, Great we all possess some spark, Of talents beaming bright and new-- TODAY-- When troubles [...]
 
Book: The Proud and the Prejudiced - A Modern Twist on Pride and Prejudice by Colette L. Saucier
"A Modern Twist on Pride and Prejudice" All My Tomorrows is losing the ratings war. For headwriter Alice McGillicutty, the past year has had enough drama. Her mother passed away, her last relationship ended in disaster, and now poor ratings are catapulting her long-running soap opera toward cancellation. For comfort and creative inspiration, she begins reading 'The Edge of Darkness,' an old [...]
 
Book: Weewee (eFables) by Kamon Diane Therrien
Weewee is a cute little dog who behaves the way he sees others behaving. A funny story that will make children giggle and that open them a door to wisdom, towards thinking before doing. Beautifully illustrated, the book is ideal for electronic readers and mobile devices. Weewee is the third in the popular series eFables, bound to be Children's Best Books 2013!
 
Book: Daring Passage - Book Two of the Spirited Away Saga by Maggie Plummer
In this much-awaited sequel to Spirited Away - A Novel of the Stolen Irish, it is 1656 and slave Freddy O'Brennan is on the run. Determined to pursue freedom for herself and her young children, she braves stormy seas, treacherous castaways, and corrupt Virginia Colony authorities. Romantic sparks between Freddy and ship Captain Colin Shea Brophy smolder and threaten to explode. As they paddle [...]
 
Book: Three Days by Felicia Case & Michael Wojciechowski
While flying home, Kadie rushes to finish the latest Kurt McCarthy novel. When she does, her nosy seatmate, Paul, asks if she liked it. She claims it's average at best and argues that McCarthy has lost his edge. Unbeknownst to her, her seatmate is Kurt McCarthy. Kurt McCarthy is Paul's penname a secret Paul doesn't reveal. Paul's headed to Chicago for his first public reading a sold out [...]
 
Book: Passion's Slave by Elizabeth Housden
Charles Farrant is one of the most charismatic, influential, wealthy and successful investment bankers in the City of London. A leading light in his profession, famed for his straight dealing, none the less Charles has a secret. At a dinner party in London at the table of mutual friends Edward and Marie Boscombe, Charles meets Thea Beresford - recently divorced from her dreary, adulterous [...]
 
Book: The Sorrows of Young Mike by John Zelazny
"'The Sorrows of Young Mike' is a deeply human story that explores one man's struggle to find balance between his intellect and his libido, his compassion and his selfishness." -The Aspen Daily News - Thoughtful yet spontaneous, self-aggrandizing and hopelessly philosophical, Mike would like to find out if the earth really is round. During his four-month voyage around the planet, Mike's past [...]
 
Book: Mission by Philip Spires
Michael, a missionary priest in Kenya, has just killed Munyasya, a retired army officer. It might have been an accident, but Mulonzya, a politician resentful of the power of foreign churches, tries to exploit the tragedy for his own ends. Boniface, a young church worker, and his wife, Josephine, have just lost their child. They did not make it to the hospital in time, possibly because Michael [...]
 
Book: Dangerous Perceptions - Unintended Consequences by Stuart Murray
When former Marine, Steve Tait, buys a contested piece of land it's a statement of intent, and the commencement of a metaphysical engagement with tyranny. A massive land development is under consideration, and at the center, one of the most powerful men in the State. Alone and vulnerable, Tait is determined to create a meaningful reality. His adversary is resolutely committed to ensuring it never [...]
 
Book: Meditations of a Modern Warrior by Paul 'Rock' Higgins
In today's often violent world, accepting the warrior path as a way of life is not the prerogative of the modern soldier. We now have warriors in every walk of life, civilian warriors, law enforcement warriors, executive protection warriors, and of course, military warriors. This first volume gives insight into how being a modern warrior impacts our everyday life, how we live through physical and [...]
 
Book: Stage 6 by Dylan James
There is no time to think, no time to plan. There is only time to act as it slowly approaches you, sniffing, scanning, and hunting. It knows you're there and it's only a matter of time before it finds you and begins to feast. Confronted with a shocking and horrific new world in which a contagious virus is suddenly transforming people into vicious predators, 17 year old Jack fights to lead his [...]
 
Book: Down into the Darkness by David Carter
"Down into the Darkness" is David Carter's tenth book and something of a departure from his usual English murder mysteries: "The Murder Diaries - Seven Times Over" and "The Sound of Sirens" plus "The Life and Loves of Gringo Greene". It's also a lot shorter than many of his books, running to around 140 pages. Here's the back cover blurb: Tony Jenks lives alone in a small first floor flat in an [...]
 
Book: Fragments by H. Ross Irvine
Fragments is a collection of eight short stories - really short stories - that represent random slices of a life in the mid to late twentieth century. The stories are excerpts from a life lived from childhood until death and recount simple fragments of memory that are held onto and that in some way mark and define the life. Often the memories mark major events that would be noted as significant [...]
 
Book: Brief Candle by Elizabeth Housden
Camilla Weston has always wanted to act. After drama school and a couple of years in the professional theatre she lands the part of Portia in 'The Merchant of Venice' at the prestigious Pelican Theatre in London to be directed by one of the finest talents in modern revival theatre, Sir Malcolm Masterson. Playing opposite Camilla is to be Leo Frensham, a talented young actor in his own right but [...]
 
Book: The Inconvenience Store by Robert Cubitt
This is another of my books which started out as just a title. After visiting a local convenience store to buy milk I wondered what an "inconvenience store" might be like. I am an ardent Terry Pratchett fan and wondered what he might do with that concept. Cheekily I e-mail TP's agent, offering him use of the expression (for free). I got a very nice reply in return, but declining the offer because [...]
 
Book: The Hill of the Boar (The Seven Seals) by Benjamin B Lewis
The village of Pentrich harbours a horrifying secret that turns a nearby town into a battleground between good and evil. DI Bill Clements, a maverick detective and his companions must protect two special children from a serial killer to prevent the evil at Pentrich entering our world. A secret order battles conspiracy in the Vatican and a global corporation determined to prevent them reaching [...]
 
Book: Tigers Of Wrath by Elizabeth Housden
When Flora Bellinger returned from a shopping trip to her elegant Wimbledon home to find her husband, Edward, having sex with his secretary, it was the last straw. From being a quiet, gentle, biddable creature, overnight she turned into a positive and forthright young woman, determined to have her own way and be shot of Edward and his incessant philandering for good. Flora leaves London with [...]
 
Book: Lone Shark by Tin Larrick
"Yeah, I know Eastbourne," Hatch said, adjusting himself. "Great place for hiding bodies..." London, 2017. The Western world is verging on bankruptcy. Half of all commercial buildings lie empty, petrol is virtually a black market commodity, and bad debtors go to prison, often via hospital. The prohibitive costs of prosecution and litigation mean that violence and corruption are rife, and crime is [...]
 
Book: If Loving You Was Easy by Cassandra M Porter
If Loving You Was Easy is about three women's journeys through relationships, told through the narrative perspective of the characters themselves. The story takes you through their thoughts. It's about their feelings, emotions, pain and hurt. Their fears, rejection, love and tribulations. It looks at the emotions involved in giving into love, surrendering to the strong emotional ties which are [...]
 
Book: The Proposition (A Geek, An Angel) by J A Jackson
Confused and bitter about love gorgeous Janeshia James is content to just enjoy the fruits of her ambition being director of one of Silicon Valley California's most prestigious nonprofits. With his imposing stature handsome, geeky, genius Walker Perrault had given up on ever finding the object of his puppy- love crush as a child. Then after seeing beautiful and ambitious Janeshia at a fundraiser, [...]
 
Book: Malpractice by Mike Adlam
Product Description - Sharply satirical and disturbingly dark, Malpractice takes a scalpel to the vanities of the medical profession and, in doing so lays bare the deceits and cruelties to which desperate people will stoop. "Savagely Funny...Enormously entertaining..." (THE POST) The first book in the philandering surgeon Tony Stamford series. Imagine if John le Carre, Michel Crichton, George [...]
 


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