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Book: Point Zero - A 2020 feel good read by Simon JB
Point Zero introduces readers to a cast of shockingly-unbelievable characters they'll never forget. It's pure, raw entertainment, hailed by critics as, "...a great read from an exciting and vibrant new author" "Mind boggling *Amazing * Brilliant * Hooked from start to finish * Loved this book * Read this book and was amazed * Took me less than two days from start to finish * Loved it! *Amazing [...]
 
Book: Flicks and Tricks by Connie Davies
1912 Jacksonville, Fl is the winter capitol of the silent film industry. Producer Rolly burns off seaoats to create a desert for the flick, Harem Girls. Flames engulf a beach shack and a mother visiting her son. Emma Martin responsible for costumes, subs for a no-show actress. Play-boy Tom sees her dance, falls in lust, fakes a wedding to seduce her. Meanwhile the Titanic sinks and suffragettes [...]
 
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: Grand Hotel (A Geek An Angel) by J A Jackson
The Grand Isle Ball is the setting. Set at the surreal, imaginary San Jose Hotel in 1987. Where no family is a stranger to the intrigue, seduction, and scandal. Brilliant Geeky handsome intelligent, workaholic Louis La Cour has all the privileges of a successful life. But looks can be deceiving. Beautiful Pearl La Cour feels ignored and desperate for love. But she is still haunted by the sins of [...]
 
Book: Delayed Death (Temptation in Florence #1) by Beate Boeker
Have you met the Mantonis? This eccentric Italian family has a fatal tendency to fall over dead bodies, and their unique reactions to murder will keep you giggling all through the night. In this first book of the series, the sudden death of the grandfather, Nico, threatens to put a stop to Emma's opulent wedding. Unacceptable, says the bride, and in true Mantoni style, she hides the body until [...]
 
Book: THE FAT BAG stuck between a rock cake & a hard plaice by Pearl Barley
This is real life humour, and many individuals will understand the continual dilemmas in a tale that spans 25 years of yo-yo dieting - punishing and suffering for a cause and a battle that is never won. I describe it as Bridget's Diary-esque (big knickers sadly appropriate) given my dry wit bordering on the ridiculous, with a spattering of sarcasm, moans, groans and self-pity thrown in, but also [...]
 
Book: Secrets of Organization by Peggy Bishop
I come from a family of writers. From an early age I loved reading and creating stories. I made up short stories before I could even read or write. I would tell the stories to my older sister, she would write them down for me, and together we'd present the tales to our parents. When I became older I was thrilled to discover that many of my family not only shared my love of reading but were also [...]
 
Book: Scandal By The Ton by Virginia Henley
Scandal By The Ton is a witty, entertaining Regency romance by the New York Times Bestselling author Virginia Henley. When Viscount Nicholas Royston, a British diplomat, sees his name in the infamous gossip column 'Scandal by the Ton', he sets out to unmask the author's identity. Lady Julia Shelborne, however, is determined to keep him in the dark. Dubbed "The Queen of Steamy Romance" by the St. [...]
 
Book: Jamaican Porridges - How to Prepare Jamaican Porridges by Sharon Miller-Robinson
This Book tells you how to cook Jamaican porridge, and show the different types of porridge that you can cook. Porridge in Jamaica, is sold in every small shop around the corner very early in the mornings. It is eaten as a breakfast meal. The oats porridge is very good for your nervous system, the cornmeal porridge cleans your system and increases your appetite. All of these recipes have very [...]
 
Book: Bedtime Storybook - A book of stories for children by May J. Panayi
Bedtime Storybook is a book of short stories for parents to read to their children at bedtime. It is for the approximate age range of five to eight years old, though some children outside that age bracket at either end will still enjoy the stories. It begins with the rather unusual story, The Adventure of Panpuss the cat, which is the longest story in the book, and features as the cover picture. [...]
 
Book: Maria's Kitchen by Maria Wyshak
Maria's Kitchen "The Foodprint of my Life" is a MUST HAVE cookbook for anyone who will ever try to impress guests, in-laws, out-laws, family, or general friends and business associates. The recipes in this book have been fine tuned over many years. The food you'll prepare is guaranteed to delight all it's eaters. Not only will you find old world Mediterranean; Syrian & Greek dishes, BUT many of [...]
 
Book: The Hopeless Hoyden (A Historical, Regency Romance) by Margaret Bennett
Emily is a country bred miss and a misfit in the haute ton of Regency London While picking berries one day, she overhears two men plotting to kill Gabriel, the Viscount Lindemann. Fearing for her life, she flees, running through the woods, and encounters the Viscount himself. Mistaking him for one of her pursers, she welds a large stick and nearly unmans him. Home from fighting Napoleon, Gabriel [...]
 
Book: Charity Moon by DeAnna Kinney
~True love can melt the iciest of hearts~ Charity Bell is eighteen, beautiful, and has an unyielding chip on her shoulder. The loss of her father and betrayal of her stepfather have left her angry and confident that no man will ever win her trust, or possess her heart. She wears that declaration proudly--on her countenance, as well as her sharp tongue. That's all tested when the enchanting Levi [...]
 
Book: The Case of the Broken Doll (An Inspector David Graham Cozy Mystery Book 4) by Alison Golden
A missing girl. A broken doll. A scandal some would rather forget... When 15-year-old Beth Ridley vanished on her way to school, it was a baffling mystery that shocked the small island community of Gorey. The girl was never found, and the sole clue - a leg torn from a doll she was carrying - led investigators nowhere. The case soon went cold... Now, on the tenth anniversary of her disappearance, [...]
 
Book: A Trail of Honesty by JA Angelo
Your children will immediately understand why lying is bad. It will show them that lying can result in bodily injury and property damage. Nature is very entertaining, but needs to be respected. What if kids think that lying is good for them, and gets them out of trouble? A beautifully illustrated children's book with a human element that teaches kids the importance of honesty. You can teach them [...]
 
Book: Pride and Sensuality - A Darcy and Elizabeth Short Story by P. O. Dixon
"Falling in love with Mr. Darcy became so easy once she had made a start." ~ A lighthearted, whimsical, entertaining, yet ever so sensual tale of Darcy and Elizabeth's pleasurable pursuits pending their nuptials. ~ With his mind agreeably engaged on the pleasures that await him once he and his dearest, loveliest Elizabeth are man and wife, Darcy's patience wanes, and he begins to wonder if he [...]
 
Book: Behind Closed Doors by K.F. Johnson
Prepare to submerge yourself in this spicy and entertaining offering by new author K F Johnson as Behind Closed Doors takes you on a roller coaster of deceit! Siblings Brenda and Brian Andrews seem to have it all. Good looks, money and charm go a long way among the abundant singles scene in Atlanta and these siblings have a track record to be reckoned with. Unfortunately for them, all pawns in [...]
 
Book: Playtoon and the Crap SMS (KIDS and APPS 4) by Kamon Therrien
Playtoon and the Crap SMS is volume four of the funny series KIDS and APPs, a series where ants have AntPhones, BugTube and SMS. Playtoon, our hero, lives in the digital world. Playtoon experiences all when it comes to techno toys. Children of today, use means of communication at an early age and with communication comes ethics. The Playtoon series is a helper for parents to teach their children [...]
 
Book: Twisted Family Holidays Collection by JR Wirth
Lose yourself in a book that will take on five different scenarios, all surrounding our favorite holidays. The Twisted Family Holidays collection is a series of five stories, which highlight strange and paranormal experiences that occur during popular holidays. Each of the tales within the collection is inspired by actual events, with much creative license, and are highly rated (4.4 to 5.0). The [...]
 
Book: Playtoon and the BugTube by Kamon Therrien
Playtoon and the BugTube is an analogy for children. Through the eyes of ants, the children will see and understand that when we want to upload on the Internet we need to be mindful of what we are uploading. The story is meant to be funny, highly entertaining and a social lesson highly relevant to our time.
 
Book: Military Life - Service or Career (A Soldier's Perspective) by John R. McClarren
A book for young people interested in the military as a service or career, and for older readers who have had military service and would like a good read to reminisce the old times and their own experiences. It is informative, exciting, sad and very humorous all in one volume. It is full of stories that are entertaining, as well as educational and emotional.
 
Book: Coming to Astoria - An Immigrants Tale by Omar Kiam
Why do children growing up together in the same household turn out so completely different? How can a child raised in a family of twelve be so lonely? Coming to Astoria takes the reader on a journey of self-discovery which is humorous, entertaining, and educational. This is a fascinating human interest story filled with poignant memories about growing up alone in a large family.
 
Book: A-Z Poetry - Fruits and Veggies by Kaelah Mickelle
A-Z Poetry: Fruits and Veggies is a collection of 26 highly creative and entertaining acrostic poems. With visually captivating illustrations and rhyming verse, learning the alphabet is now more fun! As an added bonus, each poem provides a clever mnemonic device that aids in teaching children how to spell their fruits and veggies.
 
Book: A Primer on Roses by Gary Showalter
A short, entertaining, but very detailed introduction to planting, pruning and caring for the Queen of Flowers. Written for the beginning or amateur gardener who wants to plant a few roses in his garden, this little book will provide all the background knowledge and step-by-step instructions needed to select a location, purchase the plants and get them into the ground so they will have every [...]
 
Book: The Bully Barn - A Lesson For Bullies, Bystanders and Victims by Robert Gioia
Bullying is a scourge that scars the very fiber of our children and can affect them adversely for the rest of their lives. Sadly, the mental anguish experienced by youths is so extreme that in many cases it amounts to torture and can sometimes have fatal consequences. In the end, no one deserves to have their childhood stolen from them. Education is the key. Children need to receive a consistent [...]
 
Book: Trail of Defects - A Cold Springs Mystery by Sara Caudell
This modern day mystery contains unpredictable elements, reminiscent of earlier days in the Wild West. Crime waves in a small town can be confusing but it is especially daunting for Sheriff Hobson. It is unclear which side of the law his townspeople are on. Starting with an armed robbery of Kelly's Lounge, elder abuse, and a runaway child, strange happenings pileup. "Fun entertaining read." [...]
 
Book: A Matter of Perception by Tahlia Newland
Take a journey into a world where the hidden becomes manifest and the lines between fantasy and reality blur. This collection of imaginative and entertaining stories about ghosts, sirens, demons, a striptease artist and ordinary people will warm your heart and make you smile, shiver, and maybe even wonder about the nature of reality itself. The theme of individual perception as a result of our [...]
 
Book: Tales of Romance by George Thomas Clark
These short stories and creative columns examine entertaining but stressful problems about people merely doing what nature mandates. They seek love or companionship on dating websites and meet people at work or on the phone or even at the southern border. They marry or date and quarrel with each other or former spouses unwilling to step aside. They tire of each other and seek intimacy wherever [...]
 
Book: Dark Harbor House by Tom DeMarco
Bring together a wonderfully varied mix of characters in a once-grand Maine island summer cottage, leave them to their own devices over the course of a long, idyllic summer in the late 1940s, and you have all the ingredients for a fine comedy of manners. Author Tom DeMarco starts with a simple little love story, weaves in tantalizing details of the old mansion's not totally respectable history, [...]
 
Book: Behind the Lines - An anthology of short stories by Ian Patrick
A young man coming of age as he undergoes basic military training. Stories drawn from real-world experience, with the anti-hero transforming from awkward teenager to young adult as he tries to outwit those in authority. These eight short stories are hilarious, serious, whimsical, and entertaining, providing insights into a young man's search for identity and independence within a military system [...]
 


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