Saturday, September 8, 2012

Granny Smith Investigates by G. M. Dobbs

“It’s Miss Marple on steroids.”

A brutal murder in a small Welsh village and the police are stuck without a clue. With no motive and no real suspect the investigation soon grinds to a halt. Enter Mary Alice Smith, otherwise known as Granny Smith, the rock music loving, pipe smoking, chaos causing amateur sleuth with a difference.

Granny has a talent for mayhem and soon those talents are put to good use as our intrepid pensioner starts to unravel the case, which finds her provoking Chief Inspector Miskin as she comes up against a full scale police investigation, proving that you’re never too old to make a nuisance of yourself and that sixty three is actually the new twenty three.

Murder's never been so much fun. 

Granny Smith Investigates is a Cozy Mystery Novel
(Approx 133 pages)
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Saturday, August 18, 2012

Where the Bulbul Sings by Serena Fairfax

In this atmospheric, passionate and poignant account of a clash of cultures, caste and creed, divided family loyalties, wealthy heart-throbs and the power of love, the story is told through three women whose lives entwine.

Hermie - a headstrong and bewitching Anglo-Indian - turns her back on the Anglo-Indian (mixed-heritage) community and reinvents herself only to find that a dark secret threatens to send her life spiraling out of control and cost her everything.

Sharp-witted Edith, exiled in India from her native Germany by Nazi persecution, faces stark choices in a future very different from that she envisaged.

Enchanting Kay, separated by more than a generation from Hermie and Edith, is haunted by a family mystery and risks her prospects in London to pursue a quest for roots in India where fate hurtles her in an unexpected direction. Can they confront the storms or are their dreams destined to shatter?

A saga set in exotic India. An American Baptist missionary couple whose unknowing ties to one of the women resonate to the present day. The glamour of the Maharajahs; the perils of personal re-invention; the quest for roots.

Where the Bulbul Sings is a Women’s Contemporary / Romantic Fiction Novel
(Approx 145, 000 words)
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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Troll or Derby by Red Tash

In TROLL OR DERBY, fifteen year old Roller Deb is singled out by town bullies for both her skates, and her sexual orientation.  When her popular homecoming queen of a sister is kidnapped by a scuzzy drug dealer, Deb must flee the trailer park in which she’s grown up, and rescue her.  

Along the way, Deb becomes enmeshed in the magical realm of trolls and fairies, and the blood-thirsty version of roller derby at which these beings excel.  But spending too much time among the fairies comes with a price.  Will Deb choose to save her sister, with the aid of a mysterious troll?  Or will she be lost to the lures of roller derby, and the blonde temptress April, forever?

Troll or Derby is a Fantasy Novel
(Approx 272 pages)
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Thursday, July 26, 2012

The Sleeper - Secrets of the Ghosts by Solease M. Barner

WHO- Holiday Towley is a loving perfect wife and mother that holds a deep dark secret. 

WHAT- Holiday's dark secret is revealed when her daughter's safety is compromised by unforeseen circumstances. Holiday's life becomes more complex when she finds out the truth of who she really is. 

WHERE-In a richly beautiful suburban neighborhood surrounded by astonishing views in Michigan.

WHY- Holiday soon finds out she has a special gift that will change her life and maybe protect her daughter from the secret life that she has kept hidden.

The Sleeper is a Thriller Novel
(Approx 189 pages)
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Thursday, July 19, 2012

Ryder On The Storm by Violet Patterson

Storm Sullivan is a Seer from an ancient line forced to return home after the brutal murder of her aunt. But Storm finds she’s inherited more than just the family estate. 

Ryder Cohen is an Immortal, a former enforcer commissioned to eradicate the Sullivan line and prevent the rise of the Emerald. But Ryder has come to question his mission and the reasons behind it.

RYDER ON THE STORM is the first in the Emerald Seer series. An urban fantasy with a supporting cast of Immortals, Seraphs, and Deities this is just the beginning of Storm's journey.
The Emerald Seer saga continues with LIGHT MY FIRE which centers on Lucian's fiery past as Storm closes in on the truth of her destiny. Still craving more Emerald Seer? Dive into WHISKEY, MYSTICS and MEN, an Emerald Seer Novella. 
Ryder On The Storm is a Paranormal Romance Novel
(Approx 58, 000 words)
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Sunday, July 8, 2012

My Demon by Lisa C. Hinsley

Alex’s life was torn apart when her father disappeared but in the years since then, things have improved. Her life isn’t exciting but it’s getting back to normal; she has a decent job and a caring boyfriend, and life is good. But then one day, she starts seeing things…

A demon-like being appears. No one else can see him, and claiming to be from another dimension he asks for her help. The demon gives her the sight, a terrifying gift that lets her see blue smoke drifting from people’s eyes. This marks them as carriers for a race of aliens intent on making Alex’s world their own. These beings take over human bodies, smother the soul and claim possession of the remaining shell. The only way to stop them - the only way to save the human race - is for Alex to kill all those who are infected.

But Alex sees blue smoke everywhere. Every other person she passes seems to be wreathed in the tell-tale smoke. Terrified and unsure what to believe, Alex must make her choice. Is the demon real? Is he telling the truth? And dare she risk the fate of the whole human race if she's wrong?
My Demon is a Psychological Horror Novel
(Approx 75, 000 words)
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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Spirit of Lost Angels by Liza Perrat

Spirit of Lost Angels is the first in a historical series set against a backdrop of rural France.

Her mother executed for witchcraft, her father dead at the hand of a noble, Victoire Charpentier vows to rise above her poor peasant roots.

Forced to leave her village of Lucie-sur-Vionne for domestic work in Paris, Victoire suffers gruesome abuse under the ancien régime. Can she muster the bravery and skill to join the revolutionary force gripping France, and overthrow the corrupt, diabolical aristocracy?

Spirit of Lost Angels traces the journey of a bone angel talisman passed down through generations. The women of L’Auberge des Anges face tragedy and betrayal in a world where their gift can be their curse. Amidst the tumult of revolutionary France, this is a story of courage, hope and love.

Spirit of Lost Angels is an Historical Novel
(Approx 100, 000 words)
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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Dreams and Hypotheticals by K. E. Wilkinson

"This is a hypothetical question, not an offer, would you sleep with me?" her words ran together. The air grew heavy. There was nothing in that moment except for his eyes.
"It would depend on how many beers I had," he answered without blinking.
For years, college freshman Emma Holly has been haunted by precognitive dreams. When she is goaded into asking Robert Marino her infamous "hypothetical question," she unwittingly sets into motion the chain of events she has imagined, leaving her to wonder, where does fate end and free will begin?
Dreams and Hypotheticals is a Paranormal Romance / Coming of Age Novel
(Approx 99, 000 words)
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Monday, June 11, 2012

Slow Dance in Purgatory by Amy Harmon

Slow Dance in Purgatory is the story of orphaned Maggie O'Bannon who moves in with her elderly aunt and becomes enmeshed in a fifty-year-old unsolved mystery where nothing is as it seems.  Working part-time at the local high school, Maggie begins seeing things she can't explain.  Who is the boy no one else can see?  And what would you do if you fell for a ghost?  This volatile and mismatched friendship is doomed from its start, as Maggie struggles to hold on to yet another loved one she is destined to lose.  
Deeply romantic, haunting and tragic, Slow Dance in Purgatory captures the heartache of a love story where there can be no happy ending.
Slow Dance in Purgatory is a Young Adult Fiction Novel
(Approx 330 pages)
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Friday, June 1, 2012

Candles in the Window by Karl G. Larew

Candles in the Window is a nostalgic, but more especially a psychological, look at the love and sex lives of college students in the 1950s, set in the University of Connecticut.  A small number of students forms a little "family" of their own, drawn together by a golden-haired, beautiful, but enigmatic girl nicknamed "Silky." 
Candles in the Window is a Psychological Romance Novel
(Approx 80, 000 words)
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Monday, May 28, 2012

Much Ado About Madams by Jacquie Rogers

A suffragist schoolteacher with a hidden past, six shopworn whores cooking up plans for a better future, and a hunky cowhand who isn't quite sure what to do with all these women... Life isn't always comfortable at The Comfort Palace!

Title: Much Ado About Madams (Hearts of Owyhee #2) is an Historical Western Romance Novel
(Approx 82, 000 words)
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Thursday, May 24, 2012

The Scorpion by James A. Anderson

The Daily Express chronicles continue. Bringing you more news, more murder, action and romance.

The Scorpion is a terrorist. A nameless, faceless killer leading a team that plans to attack North America bringing death and destruction in a daring scheme called Operation Saladin.
Katie Cannon and Andrew Chase are planning their wedding, but their happy day may bring more than they expect.
This fast-paced, page-turning thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat!

The Scorpion is a Thriller Suspense Novella
(Approx 42, 000 words)
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Monday, May 21, 2012

Trail To Destiny by Cheri Kay Clifton

Laura Westbrook expected to face her share of challenges crossing the continent on a wagon train.  But when she saves the life of the courageous white warrior, Grey Wolf, she finds the pathways between pride and prejudice, love and loyalty far more difficult to travel.

Having buried deep within him the horrific memory of his family's massacre at the hands of a rogue band of Pawnee, young David thrives under the care and tutelage of his rescuer, Cheyenne Chief Black Arrow.  Trained to become the proud warrior named Grey Wolf, he finds his life changed again by the beautiful and strong-willed Laura, who encourages him to reclaim his forsaken heritage and face the secrets of his haunted past.

From the rugged Nebraska plains to a Cheyenne village, from an army fort to a small town in California, destiny leads Laura and Grey Wolf on a trail of passion and danger that culminates in an astounding revelation.

Trail To Destiny is an Historical Western Romance Novel
(Approx 89, 000 words / 219 pages)
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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

The Philistine Warrior by Karl Larew

This novel, set in ancient Palestine, is in large part a retelling of the Samson and Delilah legend.  The story is seen through the eyes of a heroic young nobleman, Phicol of Askelon, who plays a crucial role in the endless wars of his time.  Delilah is called "Delai" in this novel, the Philistine equivalent of the Hebrew name.  She is an innocent teenager, beloved by her cousin Phicol, but caught up in the dynastic and military events of her people's wars.  Samson is the leader of Phicol and Delai's worst enemies. 
The Philistine Warrior is an Historical Fiction Novel
(Approx 110, 000 words)
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Thursday, May 3, 2012

Logger in Petticoats by Paty Jager

Hank Halsey believes he’s found the perfect logging crew—complete with cooks—until he discovers Kelda Nielson would rather swing an axe than flip eggs. As he sets out to prove women belong in the kitchen, he’s the one in danger of getting burned. 
Strong and stubborn, Kelda Nielsen grew up falling trees, and resents any man who believes she’s not capable, until Hank. He treats her like a lady and has her questioning what that means.
As Kelda and Hank’s attraction builds, she hires a cook so she can sneak out and work in the woods. But will her deceit ruin her chance at love or will hardheaded Hank realize it’s more than his love that puts a sparkle in Kelda’s eye?
Logger in Petticoats is an Historical Western Romance
(Approx 82, 000 words)
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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Dashing Druid (Texas Druids, Book II) by Lyn Horner

Dashing Druid continues Lyn Horner’s unique Texas Druids saga. Set in the 1870s, this sensual western romance stars Tye Devlin, the eldest of three psychically gifted siblings. Descended from legendary Irish Druids, Tye is an empath. Assailed by emotions from everyone around him, he has learned to block out most of the “racket” in order to save his sanity. Yet, when he meets cowgirl Lil Crawford, he has no defense against her hidden pain, for it echoes his own sorrows.
Wounded by love, Lil guards her bruised heart behind a tough shell. When a handsome stranger with an Irish brogue calls her beautiful, she thinks he’s mocking her, but she secretly wishes such a man might truly want her. Haunted by nightmarish memories, Tye faces an uphill battle in his pursuit of Lil. Feuding families stand between the two, and a perilous cattle drive pits them against menacing foes as they fight their personal demons. Is love worth the risks, and will Tye’s gift turn out to be a blessing or a curse?

Dashing Druid (Texas Druids, Book II) is a Western Historical Romance
(Approx 120, 000 words)
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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

The Last Texas Big Shot by Tom Talley and Louis Buck

Based on events straight off the front pages of today's news, this decidedly Politically In-Correct fictional action adventure novel cuts a broad path across the world as a hard-headed Governor of Texas confronts a President of the United States who will not budge. As the pressure rises, accidents can, and do happen and the president even finds that he may have to fight a nuclear war … with Texas! 

Other nations see the internal squabbles as an opportunity to capitalize on the confusion while the CIA plays all sides against the middle. 
 This book gives you a taste of the way the interests of individuals, states, and national governments collide in today’s world of instant global communication and computer dependence. 

(Warning:  Contains Strong Language and Adult Situations-Violence...about the amount you would expect from a bunch of p*#&ed-off Texans.)
The Last Texas Big Shot is an Adventure Fiction Novel
(Approx 70, 000 words / 214 action-packed pages)
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Monday, April 23, 2012

Manhattan Affair by Jack Sussek

A tale of New York City nostalgia mixed with murder and sex, Manhattan Affair portrays a world of secrets and lies which entwine the lives of three former New England college classmates: Jared “Jed” Chase, Steve Cahill, and Morris Bergman. 

Jed Chase is good-looking and easy-going, and has a secure job. He’s lived a charmed, upper middle class and anchored life; that is until he falls for Katherine Cahill, a seductive and dangerous beauty whose dark secrets threaten to destroy Jed’s dreams, his career, ultimately his life. Katherine is married to financial tycoon Steve Cahill who has secrets of his own: he and his business partner, Arthur Barrett are suspected not only working for the U.S. government but also laundering money from them. Katherine seduces Jed into helping her plot Cahill’s murder in order to acquire his tens of millions of dollars.
It is when Katherine’s plan unravels that the story weaves its yarn and no one is who they seem. In an attempt to preserve his freedom, Jed delves into the secret world of Katherine and Steve Cahill and discovers a world of sex, espionage and lies. Helped by his buddy, Mickey Thompson and his former college roommate and now his lawyer Morris Bergman, Jed begins to piece the real story behind the story one frame at a time. All while under the watchful eye of both the NYPD and the CIA; Jed struggles to discover the real truth while fighting for his life.
Find out what happens by reading Manhattan Affair.
Manhattan Affair is a Mystery / Thriller / Suspense Novel
(Approx 84, 000 words)
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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Family Traits by Scott Skipper

This work of fiction is a story of metamorphosis that explores, via the historical record, how three Englishmen from the seventeenth century lent their name to Indians, Africans, Americans, philanderers, outlaws, lawmen, revolutionaries, rustlers, planters, rebels, preachers and gin soaked Californians.

Although this is a work of fiction, most of the characters and events are taken from the historical record. Sometime in the middle of the 17th century three men named Skipper arrived in the new world. One married an Indian and was revered as a chief. He and his descendants absconded with servant girls, amassed large plantations, sued and were sued, rebelled against the Governor, rustled hogs, were hung as Tory sympathizers, fought in the Revolution, the War of 1812, the Civil War, and along the way committed a few acts of indiscretion. This is the first in a series of glimpses into the genealogy of this family and the motivation behind the real historical events. 
Family Traits is an Historical Fiction Novel
(Approx 112, 000 words)
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Monday, April 16, 2012

The Wake by James R. Fox

Dead men tell no tales or do they? 
In New York City, a body has been found floating in the frozen Hudson River. 
Devoid of any identification, the M.E. has determined by autopsy that in all probability, a crime has been committed that took place more than fifty years ago. The body, that of a male is missing a left ear and the inside pocket of a pea coat contain black and white photos along with a pack of 1952 Topps baseball cards. A classic textbook cold case, is this fact based on fact or fact based on fiction? 
The Wake is a Murder Mystery Novel
(Approx 80, 000 words)
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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Tracers - Timeline Series by Jerome Gilden

"Two years ago, my parents ceased to exist.
One year ago, the school counsellor was worried about my mental health.
Yesterday, I went to the future.
Today, I learnt to control the present.
...I fight for my life."
Tracers is a YA Sci Fi/Fantasy Novella
(Approx. 46,500 words)
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Monday, April 9, 2012

Walking with Elephants by Karen S. Bell

Suze Hall is at a crossroads. Her nemesis at work, Wanda, has and now will be her boss. Her husband, Bob, is leaving her and the three kids for a six-month sabbatical down under. To top it off, her best friend, Marcia, is missing in action—playing footsie with some new boyfriend!  Adding to this disaster stew, David, the gorgeous hunk who broke her young-girl's heart has coincidentally popped back into her life and has something she desperately needs to keep her job.
Walking with Elephants, a lighthearted slice-of-life story, brings to the table the serious work/family issues facing women today. It explores the modern dichotomy of a workplace that is filled with homemakers who still must cook, clean, carpool on nights and weekends, shop for prom dresses, and "create" the holidays—such as Suze. But it also is filled with women who have the  same drive as men, have no family responsibilities, and will do what ever it takes to get ahead. 
So step into the shoes of Suze Hall and commiserate over workplace politics, titillate your sexual fantasies, ride the wave of a working mother, and fall-down laughing.
Walking with Elephants is a Chick Lit Novel
(Apporx 90,000 words)
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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Pascal's Wager by Mark Jacobs

Whether it’s in Las Vegas’ glitzy casinos or its seamy back alleys, Black Belt Magazine columnist and poker pro Mark Jacobs captures the excitement with the vision of an insider in his new novel Pascal’s Wager...

Pascal Silver is an action junkie down on his luck. One of the best poker players alive, a losing streak has forced him to take work as a private detective. But when the gorgeous daughter of murdered casino owner “Houston Phil” LaPierre turns to him for help, he finds himself in over his head dealing with the cops, the mob and the enigmatic but beautiful Allegra LaPierre. Now he’ll have to pull off the biggest bluff of his life to come out on top. And even if he does, he’ll still be left with the question “Who killed Phil?” a question only he is shrewd enough to answer.

Pascal's Wager is a Mystery Novel
(Approx 60, 000 words)
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Friday, March 30, 2012

Wings of Freedom by Ratan Kaul

A cross-cultural romance set during the fury of British imperialism and the social-cultural divide in early twentieth-century turbulent British India. 

It’s the year 1911. King George the Fifth is due in Delhi for his coronation celebration. A devastating fire in the royal camp gives rise to speculations of sabotage and an assassination attempt by the Indian revolutionaries. Will the British police be able to unveil real cause of the blaze?
Raju, a college student, struggling to establish his identity in the charged atmosphere of India’s freedom struggle is caught up in the vortex of violent passions as two of his innocent friends are made scapegoats for the blaze by the British police and murdered. Thus begins Raju’s relentless journey against colonial rule and the economic exploitation of India.
A passionate romance with Eileen, the daughter of a British officer, keeps Raju inspired in their roller-coaster ride against the backdrop of British imperialism, turbulent political conflicts, the fury of the freedom revolution, the catastrophic first World War and the racial, cultural and social divisions in the post-Edwardian era.
Wings of Freedom is an Historical Romance Novel
(Approx 125, 000 words)
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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Devil’s Fire by Marjorie Kaye

On Christmas Eve 2004 in a small Ohio town, John Arnold, a retired U.S. Senator dines on what will be the last meal of his life—this life anyway. His first life, the one lived as Bernard Baker, began in Victorian London in 1884 and ended on Christmas Eve in a 1965 prison fire. People think that Bernard Baker died that night. They’re wrong. What happened was much worse than the horrific fire that claimed the lives of hundreds of inmates, trapped in cells that refused to open. From the swirling darkness of another world, an old man summoned the Devil’s Fire. While demons fed, Bernard Baker received his reward—everything John Arnold, his young cellmate possessed—John’s youth, his likeness and his talents—everything but John’s ability to love. It’s 2004 and time for another reward. Time for Devil’s Fire again.

Devil’s Fire is a Horror / Historical Novel
(Approx 94, 000 words)
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Monday, March 26, 2012

Awful, Ohio by Jeff Neal

"Every morning the sun rises, waking Awful, Ohio, overlooking all of its residents, guiding them towards another productive and profitable working day. The economy is strong and the money is abundant, all of which are offered to whomever produces and profits the most product. The masses rejoice daily over the informed opportunity, with the exception of Troy Slushy.  Troy Slushy wakes every morning to the intrusion of the sun abruptly charging into his home, removing him from his enchanting dreams. The sun exposes his collection of worthless possessions, his depressed wife seeking salvation, his withering home struggling for support, and the life-decimating job that is undesirably forced upon him daily. 

This is Troy Slushy’s existence in Awful, Ohio, and because of the exposure to this monotonous misery, Troy’s enemy is the sun.  Heavily sedated by a dream-enriched epiphany, Troy removes his concerns for the demands and priorities of Awful, Ohio, replacing them with the objective of permanently removing the sun from his existence. He gathers his wife and begins a quest to save them both from their sun-exposed lives of suffering in Awful, Ohio, concocting plans and blueprints of various sun-destroying methods. Unfortunately for Troy, this proves to be easier said than done. But luckily, Troy discovers that perseverance is much more eminent in accomplishing a goal than feasibility, as he is able to assemble a massive scheme to achieve perpetual darkness, but not without affecting Awful, Ohio and all of its production, profits, and population."  
Awful, Ohio is a Fiction Novel
(Approx 73,000 words / 256 pages)
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Friday, March 23, 2012

City of Blaze by H. O. Charles

An inexpressive warrior must find a way to bring fire to his home and his heart. May cause your kindle to combust.  
Hidden by monument and pride, the city is crumbling beneath a mountain of its own indulgences. Its army abuse the castle's servants, confident that deadly wielders have been exterminated; wars are fought to encourage otherwise absent mortality; countless people suffer from the terrible pangs of nalka, the hunger for intimacy; and all the while its king concerns himself with choosing which of his disappointing concubines to execute next. The duty falls upon his emotionally withdrawn son, Morghiad, to restore the city's strength and the army's purpose. In his attempts to do so, he uncovers darker horrors and encounters a young servant who could either be his greatest ally or his greatest hindrance.  
City of Blaze is a story of changing allegiances, self-control and love. 
City of Blaze is an Epic Fantasy / Romance Novel
(Approx 130, 000 words)
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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Canceled: The Story of America’s Least Wanted by Michael D. Britton

What will reality TV do next? Kaylie Adams is about to find out, as she joins FBC’s new hit reality TV show: Canceled. A sort of “Abortion Idol,” the American viewing audience votes weekly: keep the baby, or terminate. When FBC studio executive Jake Granville learns he’s the father, TV’s hottest new show suddenly gets very personal. But a contract is a contract. In a nation obsessed with turning the deeply private into a public freak show, opportunistic network executives push Kaylie and Jake – and America’s nerve – to the limit. 
Readers say Canceled: The Story of America’s Least Wanted pillories reality TV the way Thank You for Smoking parodies the tobacco debate and The Truman Show takes people-watching to a whole new level. You may hate it, you may love it, but you will definitely remember it.
America may choose the fate of Kaylie’s unborn baby, but only you can decide if you have the audacity to read this groundbreaking novel.
Canceled: The Story of America’s Least Wanted is a Thriller Novel
(Approx 82, 000 words)
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Monday, March 19, 2012

Time Jump by J. M. Preiss

It is the year 2150. An earth shattering experiment is about to take place. Everything has been properly calculated, calibrated, and triple-checked for accuracy. Nothing can go wrong. Jacob Brown and Mason Smith are ready for their mission - they've trained their whole life for it - and nothing is going to stop them from stepping through the gate into the past. 

At least, this is what Jacob thought. The night before the mission, he knew that the technology was going to work. He didn't have any jitters or misgivings. He knew he would see his wife again. It was only a matter of time.
Time - That thing that separates the past from the present and the present from the future. It is a concept that we finally gained a greater understanding of with Project Halcyon. 
Project Halcyon - A great undertaking which is going to propel the human race to new heights. By stepping through the portal into the past, Jacob and Mason are going to embark on a mission that changes everything.
Having stepped through the portal, it is obvious. Something went wrong. Something went horribly wrong...
Time Jump is the first installment of the Halcyon Gate series and follows Jacob and Mason on their harrowing adventure through time. Just what happens when these two brave men step through the Gate into the past?
Time Jump is a Science Fiction Novel
(Approx 52, 000 words)
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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Pursuing Hope by Ric DelleCave

Frightened and confused, Rick faces an uncertain future.  Abandoned at an orphanage, by his narcissistic mother, Rick soon learns the hidden secrets of Shady Acres.  Betrayed, abused and neglected, he endures untold sorrow from his malevolent housemother.  
Joyfully reunited with his family, he soon discovers a new level of fear.  Forced to watch his mother’s brutal beating, his stepfather soon turns his rage upon him.  Hardened by the street and physical abuse, Rick must use his instincts to survive.  
Maturing into manhood he discovers unconditional love and is led to faith and ultimate healing.  

Pursuing Hope (a Journey From Sorrow to Triumph) is a Dramatic Novel based on true events
(Approx 60, 000 words / 329 pages)
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Monday, March 12, 2012

Finding a Heart of Peace by Eryn Grace

Clare Snyder’s husband died three years ago, leaving her with six boys, ages seven and under. The four youngest are quadruplets. When the new assistant pastor, Drew Young, tells her to get her husband to discipline her children, she knows she’s not welcome at the church. He finds out about her situation and tries to help her, but helping someone get past their grief to live again is harder to do than either of them had expected. 
Finding a heart of peace can only be accomplished by realizing God’s in control and life doesn’t have to be lived in the past.

Heart of Peace is a Christian Romance Novel
(Approx 86, 000 words)
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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Rex's Revenge: Hood Love 2 by Alm Hlgh

They killed my sister; they should have killed me too. For ten long years I've waited patiently; now it's my turn. They say in order to kill a man, you must think like he thinks; eat like he eats... Live like he lives. I'm Rex Mayfield- Angela's little brother and I'm all grown up and out for revenge. The Princess & The Thug Volume 2 
Rex’s Revenge is a Contemporary Romance / Urban Thriller Novel
(Approx 90, 000 words)
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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

God’s Girlfriend by Enki Anunnaki

What if God is your boyfriend, you don't have a choice, and God has an earth-shattering mission for you?
And now – they say – it’s unavoidable; starvation, collapse, and death on an apocalyptic scale. Civil war rages across America. The "dollar" collapses into worthless paper. Starving thugs murder for gold, silver, and cans of beans.
Worse – what if God isn’t what you dreamed of and God reveals to you how human life was created?
Tragic – what if God gives you three lovely vices as weapons to save your world?
Armageddon - you must summon your dark side to save America?
Apocalypse – you think you’re losing your mind?
Ex-cop “gold freak” Mary Leakey is GOD’S GIRLFRIEND – the Chosen One - who struggles mentally, spiritually, and physically with her calling.
GOD’S GIRLFRIEND is thought-chilling psychological suspense, hallowed mystery, and supernatural thrills that’ll eat everything you know as “human” from the inside-out.
God’s Girlfriend is a Thriller / Suspense Novel
(Approx 50, 000 words)
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Monday, February 27, 2012

Devil Tree by Steve Vernon

The book is called DEVIL TREE - and it is the story of Lucas Sawyer and his wife Tamsen who find themselves marooned in the heart of a mid-nineteenth century wilderness. They're rescued by Jonah Duvall, a mysterious woodsman who abides in this wilderness with his wife Jezebel and son Cord. Brooding over all stands the Devil Tree - a huge and evil jack pine that has summoned them to this valley to feed upon their collective emotions and guilt and to breed unnatural offspring. Part earth spirit, part elder demon - the tree is farming them. The characters are bound into a tightening noose of blind undeniable fate. As winter sets in they must face the tree's unholy fury in an utterly horrific finale.
Devil Tree is a story that will take you into the heart of pure unimaginable horror. We are not talking gore or graphic blood-spree. This is NOT one of those OH-MY-GOD-GRAB-THE-CHAINSAW-AND-CLEAVER blood soaked yarns, but rather this is a work that I guarantee will horrify and haunt you for a long time after you turn the last page.
Devil Tree is a Horror Novel
(Approx 60, 000 words)
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Friday, February 24, 2012

What? I Have Superpowers? (Super J #1) by Kyra Myles

Jenna Meade lives in Cary, North Carolina, and is a typical student starting her junior year in high school. At least she thinks she's typical, until Erik Gibson walks into the school. Erik's a bad boy, and very forward...just what Jenna has been drawn to, yet trying to avoid as an honor student. Erik has exactly her same schedule, and finally explains he's from outer space, on earth to protect Jenna. She can't believe it until he explains that she's a princess from the planet Dyrl, and proves to her that she has superpowers. Now it's up to them to save Dyrl and the earth.
And to think her worst problem used to be high school.

What?  I Have Superpowers? is a Young Adult Sci-Fi Novel
(Approx 69,000 words)
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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Bending The Boyne by J. S. Dunn

Circa 2200 BCE: Changes rocking the continent reach Eire with the dawning Bronze Age. Well before any Celts, marauders invade the island seeking copper and gold. The young astronomer Boann and the enigmatic Cian need all their wits and courage to save their people and their great Boyne mounds, when long bronze knives challenge the peaceful native starwatchers. Banished to far coasts, Cian discovers how to outwit the invaders at their own game. Tensions on Eire between new and old cultures and between Boann, Elcmar, and her son Aengus, ultimately explode. What emerges from the rubble of battle are the legends of Ireland’s beginnings in a totally new light.
Larger than myth, this tale echoes with medieval texts, and cult heroes modern and ancient. By the final temporal twist, factual prehistory is bending into images of leprechauns who guard Eire’s gold for eternity. As ever, the victors will spin the myths.
This story appeals to fans of solid historical fiction, myth and fantasy, archaeo-astronomy, and Bronze Age Europe.
BENDING THE BOYNE draws on 21st century archaeology to show the lasting impact when early metal mining and trade take hold along north Atlantic coasts. Carved megaliths and stunning gold artifacts, from the Pyrenees up to the Boyne, come to life in this researched historical fiction.

Bending the Boyne is an Historical Fiction Novel
(Approx 120, 000 words)
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