Alan Brenham’s Books

Crime Novelist Alan Brenham. Cornered by Alan Brenham. He’s haunted by the memory of a kidnapping case gone wrong… Not wanting history to repeat itself, Detective Matt Brady struggles to solve the disappearances of seven young women, but he quickly finds himself pitted against a criminal organization that knows as… Continue reading

David DeRosa’s Books

Anaxiunara: One Brief Eternity by David William DeRosa. With three children on an epic voyage to seek justice for his murdered wife Jo Lee finds the perfect nanny, a mysterious woman with a magic about her that might even mend his broken heart. But what could a dragon know of… Continue reading

Mary Deal’s Books

Grief Is Love by Mary Deal. A Memoir of Surviving Bereavement. After losing her long-term partner, through poetry and essay, author Mary Deal shares the turmoil and oftentimes bewildering depths of her grief. This memoir exposes the spectrum of emotions with which those suffering loss will become familiar or already… Continue reading

Sandra Sperling’s Books

Elisabet’s Will by Sandra Sperling. The few relatives who are still friendly to Lisbet spend the summer at her northern Minnesota home. Determined to discover the reason why the rest of the family has shunned her since she was a child, she confronts Evelyn, her estranged uncle’s wife. This action… Continue reading

Judy Salz’ Books

Worthy by Judy Salz. The earthquake that strikes their hospital catapults three strangers into life-long friendships and exposes the fault lines in each of their characters. Dr. Jenny Gordon, Dr. Mark Stewart, and Chaplain Joseph Waters, all with troubled pasts, yearn to regain their self-esteem, and better their lives and… Continue reading

Sabato DiVincenti’s Books

Spinnaker by Sabato DiVincenti. An Endearing Romance Novel Entwined with Suspense and Espionage. SPINNAKER is a thrilling tale of romance, weaving fiction, and fact in an intriguing mystery, adding drama and suspense while intertwining espionage within the characters’ lives. Chapter after chapter you will join in on incredible and bizarre… Continue reading

Ken Palmrose’s Books

Out Of The Blue by Ken Palmrose. A Young Man’s Journey From The Palms Of Vietnam To The Pine Forest Of The West. Ben hops aboard the Greyhound on a journey from his hometown of Sisu Bay on the coast of Oregon to one rural areas of the West. Drafted… Continue reading

Deanie Humphrys-Dunne’s Books

“The power of a young girl’s passion, perseverance and determination and the effect of a family’s support, love and commitment, are celebrated in this remarkable true story of an extraordinary individual. Deanie, pursued her dream with tenacity and persistence, and against many odds achieved success in the very demanding world… Continue reading

Nick Iuppa’s Books

A Distant Earth by Nick Iuppa and John Pesqueira. When interstellar travelers discover a planet teeming with life but devoid of humanity and art, they send an armada of spacecraft hoping to recruit Earth’s indigenous people to settle the new world. Instead, their advance-ship encounters oceans full of plastic garbage,… Continue reading

Christina Siwik’s Books

We Meet Again by Christina Siwik. A Carron Maitland/Jake Brennan Novel.Sequel to Justice for Lindsey. Life for the Brennan’s was perfect until the past came back to haunt them. They look forward to a new baby joining their family just in time for Christmas. Then, Carron starts having strange dreams… Continue reading

Alysia Ssentamu and Michael Ssentamu’s Books

Sticky Icky Vicky by Alysia Ssentamu and Michael Ssentamu. Courage over Fear (Mom’s Choice Award® Gold Medal Recipient). Meet Sticky Icky Vicky, a girl who wants to get over her fear—once and for all. In Sticky Icky Vicky: Courage over Fear, the first book in the Sticky Icky Vicky™ series,… Continue reading

Dr. Brent Neale Melloy’s Books

UNHERALDED by Dr. Brent Neale Melloy. How JACQUIZZ RODGERS led the 2007 LAMAR CONSOLIDATED MUSTANGS to an improbable TEXAS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP. In 2006 the Lamar Consolidated Mustang football team was considered the favorite to win the Division I Class 4 A state title in Texas. After being upset in their… Continue reading

G. S. Gerry’s Books

A Visionary Approach To Laughter! Meth Murder & Amazon by G. S. Gerry. Part of: Sometimes Life Is Stranger Than Fiction (book 1). How much would you risk to sell your home? Would you sell your home if it cost you your sanity? How about your dignity? Or maybe you’re… Continue reading

Theodocia McLean’s Books

Beyond The Diamond Pod by Theodocia McLean. It is the year 3010. Fyodor lives in the future and travels to the past. Her story is vivid, depicting real-time events as she moves through time, back into our Biblical past: Genesis, Adam and Eve, Noah documented with biblical references. A truly… Continue reading

Dutch Rhudy’s Books

A Secret In Ash Brooke by Dutch Rhudy. A Secret in Ash Brooke by Dutch Rhudy Summary: A small town detective agreed to mentor a local newspaper reporter who wished to enhance his sleuthing hobby. In the process of improving his observational skills, the reporter scrutinized various citizens torso and… Continue reading

Robert J. Saniscalchi’s Books

Full Circle: Lucia’s Story by Robert James Saniscalchi. Robert’s exciting new story is about faith, family and Lucia’s struggle from the depths of darkness and despair. Find out what happens as Lucia and her family try to find peace and pray for a better life for themselves. The author brings… Continue reading

David Harder’s Books

Persuaded: The Story Of Nicodemus (A Novel) by David Harder. Escaped narrowly after the fall of Jerusalem . . . Pursued relentlessly by the Sanhedrin . . . Entrusted covertly with a mission more significant than he had imagined . . From the prison colony on Patmos, the Apostle John… Continue reading

Bee Urabazo’s Books

Chickie and the Great Barnyard Benefit by Bee Urabazo. Join the entire crew of Stagecoach Lane in their plan to raise seed for stranded songbird strangers. Chickie, the lost baby chick, is the first to volunteer to help. Will Derek, the critical lamb allow him to perform in the show?… Continue reading

Thomas Reilly’s Books

Chasing Time by Thomas Reilly. A time-bending adventure like no other. A Literary Titan Gold Award winner. “A brilliant debut novel from start to finish, you won’t be able to put it down.” — N.N light’s review “It had me sitting on the edge of my seat until the conclusion.”… Continue reading

Marie McGaha’s Books

Shine His Light 3: Instructions in Life by Marie McGaha. Shine His Light 3: Instructions in Life is the third in the Shine His Light series. This devotional takes everyday situations and shines the light of God’s word on them to help the reader understand that we all go through… Continue reading

Bernadette Rowley’s Books

Epic Fantasy by Bernadette Rowley. Princess Avenger by Bernadette Rowley. An Epic Fantasy Romance Novel!Queenmakers Saga Series Book One. AN AVENGING PRINCESS Alecia is determined to protect her people from her tyrannical father. Her only worth is to have a son, who will be heir to the kingdom. A DANGEROUS… Continue reading

Geoff Nelder’s Books

New Release (Book 3) In The Flying Crooked Series. Kepler’s Son by Geoff NelderBook 3: The Flying Crooked Series Mother and father are true humans born on Earth. Their son was conceived with the unwanted help from alien genes and so Gaston while loving him, refers to Adah as more… Continue reading

Ronald E. Yates Books

Finding Billy Battles by Ronald E. Yates. Finding Billy Battles Trilogy Book 1. When a great-grandson inherits two aging trunks and a stack of meticulously detailed journals penned by his great-grandfather, he sets out to fulfill his great-grandfather’s last request: to tell the story of an incredible life replete with… Continue reading

J. L. Greger’s Books

Fair Compromises by J.L. Greger. Sara Almquist and her FBI colleagues rush to find who endangered the lives of hundreds at a political rally in order to poison with botulism toxin their target-a woman candidate for the U.S. Senate. Soon, Sara is tracking related murders in the fashionable spas in… Continue reading

Amanda L. Mottorn’s Books

Finding Moksha by Amanda L. Mottorn. One Woman’s Path in Uncertain Times. As a teenager, Eva tries to stop her father’s drinking while attempting to find solidarity in his trips in nature. In her art, she feels complete until learning she’s not good enough. These themes continue into her adult… Continue reading

Christian D. Maddison’s Books

Therapy for a Broken Heart: Emotional Relationship Poetry by Christian D. Maddison. After a long, hard breakup from an “overdue” relationship, I found myself lost. I “gave up” on dating, relationships, love and ever being with anyone ever again. Then, out of nowhere; I met someone, and it was then… Continue reading

Glenn Sartori’s Books

First Jobs Remembered by Glenn Sartori. A Collection of Stories Spanning Eight Decades. This anthology of first-job stories is a showcase of experiences that span decades. While some of the entries into the workforce are still relevant today—others are from a bygone era The stories are thoughtful, nostalgic, and sprinkled… Continue reading

Gigi SedlMayer’s Books

We Award 5 Stars To Author Gigi Sedlmayer For Her ‘Talon’ Youth Series! Talon, Come Fly With Me by Gigi Sedlmayer. Inspirational Story About Friendship (Book One). Inspiring story of a girl whose disability is her greatest strength and brings the important message of never losing hope in hard situations… Continue reading

Ruthie L. Manier’s Books

Forbidden Paths by Ruthie L. Manier. Classic Western Romance (The Clayton Boys Book 1). Ten long years ago, outlaw Hunter Clayton saved twelve-year-old Mischief from the deadly hands of a vicious gang. He left her in the care of a kindly couple in Mount Vernon, Washington and went about his… Continue reading

Barbara Ann Mojica’s Books

‘Little Miss HISTORY Travels’ Series. Intended For Elementary and Middle Grade (K-6). Little Miss HISTORY Travels to The Battleship IOWA: Volume 13 by Barbara Ann Mojica WINNER OF A BRAG MEDALLION FINALIST BOOK OF THE YEAR JUVENILE, YOUNG ADULT NONFICTION Why was the USS Iowa such a powerful fighting force?… Continue reading

Maria Monte’s Books

Eve’s Ducklings by Maria Monte. A sweet, simple story that will make readers of all ages eager to be kind to animals. Eve and her Grandpa take daily walks to the local lake, where Eve tries to make friends with two shy ducklings. Will Eve’s funny and heart-warning antics win… Continue reading

Michael Palladini’s Books

Spellbound and Sensationless: A Drug War Vision by Michael Palladini. Spellbound and Sensationless: A Drug War Vision. Best friends struggling with their drug-fueled past, embark on a journey of self-discovery which changes their lives forever. What is a drug war vision? A personal vision. A battle with enemies known and… Continue reading

Jay Dubya’s Books

Prime-Time Crime Time by Jay Dubya. The thirty-five novellas presented in Prime-Time Crime Time are works of pure fiction. The stories’ themes deal with various types of crime and criminal motivation. Any character resemblance to anyone living on Planet Earth is positively coincidental. In addition, any fictional setting scenario is… Continue reading

J. A. Hunsinger’s Books

An Axe Of Iron Series! The Settlers: An Axe of Iron Novel by J. A. Hunsinger. First Book In An Axe Of Iron Series. The Settlers: Axe of Iron is a tale of survival, strife, love, and the quest for a new home in the face of hostile opposition. Conditions… Continue reading

Shelton L. Williams Books

The Chinese Murder of Edward Watts by Shelton L. Williams. “The Chinese Murder of Edward Watts” is a Covey Jencks mystery. Covey and JayJay travel to China and then return home to deal with shady characters, spies, gangsters, and other tough customers. In an exciting last act, they solve a… Continue reading

Ed Duncan’s Books

About The “Pigeon-Blood Red” Trilogy: Each installment in this edge-of-the-seat trilogy depicts a different violent encounter between two men from different sides of the tracks, Paul Elliott, a black lawyer, and Richard “Rico” Sanders, a killer with a conscience.  The two men seemingly have nothing in common but each secretly… Continue reading

Jon Cocks’ Books

Angel of Aleppo by Jon Cocks. A Story of the Armenian Genocide. Soldiers murder her mother. They force her from the family home. Anoush must endure a death march through unforgiving desert, as Armenian refugees perish all about her, some of the million-plus whose blood forever stains the hands of… Continue reading

Donald Rush’s Books

Deadly Pranks (The Kirtland Diaries Book 1) by Donald Rush. Revenge Thriller With A Shocking Ending! What happens when a joke turns deadly? Growing up in the sleepy and idyllic town of Kirtland, Ohio, four teenage boys, lifelong friends, enjoy many innocent pastimes, including football, baseball, and camping. The one… Continue reading

Dave McGowan’s Books

Incredible Historical Western Story Telling. Fiction With A Focus On Canada. People Of The West: A Classic Western by Dave McGowan. The stories in this collection are about real people not idols or public figures. In some cases, the stories, although fiction, parallel those related by people involved in similar… Continue reading

Janice (J. E.) Spina’s Books

The Misunderstood Angel by J.E. Spina. Book 1 of 1: Branyrd the Angel Series (For Ages 18+). This is not a children’s book. Branyrd is a different kind of angel. She has a difficult time being understood because of her habit of getting into all kinds of trouble and for… Continue reading

Shirley McLain’s Books

The Maid of Bitmore Swamp by Shirley McLain. 5 Stars: Mother and Daughter Tale! ‘The Maid of Bitmore Swamp’ is a continuation from ‘Princess Adele’s Dragon’ in this Witches and Dragons Fantasy. Witch Bethelda Nightshade, came from a village named Candlewick. At age fourteen Bethelda ran away from home. She… Continue reading

Radine Trees Nehring’s Books

Solving Peculiar Crimes by Radine Trees Nehring. Carrie and Henry encounter peculiar crimes in these stories featuring right, wrong, and redemption. Carrie’s urge to help people who are in trouble often draws her into puzzling and sometimes dangerous human events. Henry provides support and back-up when her curiosity and helpful… Continue reading

Jennifer Freedman’s Books

Toby’s Tale by Jennifer Freedman. Toby’s Tale is a story of strength, perseverance and love. Toby is a Schnauzer puppy who selflessly leaves his family and embarks on a great adventure as he seeks his forever home. He learns about friendship, loyalty and kindness, but he also experiences cruelty and… Continue reading

Gayle Suzanne’s Books

It’s In The Little Things by Gayle Suzanne. “Do you have a voice deep down inside that you are not good enough? Do you believe a happy life is meant for others but not for you? Are you ready to shift energy and improve your life? Obstacles can bring us… Continue reading

Allan Batchelder’s Books

This Thing Of Darkness by Allan Batchelder. History tells us that William Shakespeare died in April of 1616. Or did he? What if the “William Kemp” who set sail from England for the New World in April of 1619 was actually the bard in disguise? How would he adjust to… Continue reading

John W. Howell’s Books

Eternal Road: The Final Stop by John W. Howell. James Wainwright picks up a hitchhiker and discovers two things 1. The woman he picks up is his childhood sweetheart, only Seventeen years older. 2. He is no longer of this world. James began a road trip alone in his 1956… Continue reading

Steve Shear’s Books

The Vase of Many Colors by Steve Shear. The Vase of Many Colors explores the orthodoxic ills in Western Religions in ways that tap into the emotions of ordinary readers looking for serious and important content while at the same time wanting a truly exciting story. To achieve all this,… Continue reading

Annette Stanzione’s Books

Through My Laughter and Tears by Annette Stanzione. Returning Home to the Bronx (A Memoir). Annette Stanzione was born into a Catholic-Italian family in the Throggs Neck section of the Bronx in the 1950s. In ‘Through My Laughter and Tears’, Annette relays anecdotes from her childhood to her first job… Continue reading

Kathleen J. Shields’ Books

The First Unibear by Kathleen J. Shields. This happy-go-lucky little Bear cub loves to explore! One day he follows a butterfly into the dark woods where he sees a curious sight and a shimmering light. A beautiful white horse needs help and this tiny young bear hurries to save him…. Continue reading

Kristine Fontaine’s Books

Only the Lucky Grow Old by Kristine Fontaine. Aging is a privilege denied to many… When you look at an older adult, what do you see? Have you ever stopped to think they were once young? What tales could they tell? What were their triumphs and tragedies? To be graced… Continue reading