Alice Reiter Laby’s Books

OUR READERS: 716 The Secret War of Henry Rebbenoff by Alice Reiter Laby. Love, faith, family, and loyalty – The year is 1937. Henry Rebbenoff has all his dreams fulfilled in his adopted city- Charleston, South Carolina. He has found the perfect position as Cantor of Temple Beth Elohim, and… Continue reading

Susan E. Sage’s Books

OUR READERS: 1,313 DANCING IN THE RING by Susan E. Sage. Detroit in the 1920s proved to be the Paris of the West for many—including Catherine McIntosh and Robert Sage. These two law school students are as passionate about each other as they are their dreams. From a poor family… Continue reading

Rudy Lopes’ Books

OUR READERS: 482 Mystics of Sonoduhl by Rudy Lopes. Maghrurio is a middle-aged nobody working for Abner, the magical Mystic of Decra. When a fiery explosion fatally injures Abner, he asks Maghrurio with his dying breath to find his assassin. He also makes Maghrurio the newest Mystic. With no magical… Continue reading

Ben Kilgore’s Books

OUR READERS: 457 Through The Raging Storm by Ben Kilgore. A violent summer thunderstorm lights up the night in the community of Vanderpool, Texas. Joe Garner, who runs the Lost Maples General store, hears reports of something seen, and his curiosity takes over. Coming across an extraordinary discovery, suddenly Joe… Continue reading

Ruby Sengar’s Books

OUR READERS: 439 How To Use Women’s Powers-To Make A Healthy World by Ruby Sengar. ★★★★★ “A very powerful book just as its title name says!” – Reader Review Discover how you as a woman can explore your powers of motherhood, love, spirituality, giving, leadership, vision, courage, and more! This… Continue reading

Joan Fields Long’s Books

OUR READERS: 554 Depart From Evil by Joan Fields Long. The author, Joan Fields Long, wrote Depart From Evil in 1976-77. The setting is in a peaceful farming community in the South. When a new pastor is hired for the local church things begin to change. He and his wife… Continue reading

Anthony Arnold’s Books

OUR READERS: 597 The Traveler and Other Short Stories by Anthony Arnold. A crime mystery filled with gripping twists! Jackson, of Spokane Washington promises his client safety only to see her murdered moments before he gave her his word. Her husband was a mob boss that she was about to… Continue reading

Alexander Saunders’ Books

OUR READERS: 449 Treasure Of The Ancient Wizards by Alexander Saunders. When a young Alex hears a mysterious voice and follows it, his discovery leads him on an epic quest to retrieve a treasure he hopes will help his family. When he and his friends enter into a magical world… Continue reading

Kaylin McFarren’s Books

OUR READERS: 8,479 Black Wing Sky by Kaylin McFarren. Epic Fourth Installment In The Gehenna Series! When Lucifer’s soldiers captured his brother, the Seven-Star General of the Archangel Army of Heaven, Samara Daemonium thought it was the turning point in the war. Victory for Hell was on the horizon, as… Continue reading

Anastasia Marie Cassella’s Books

OUR READERS: 4,086 Books Written With “The Flavor Of Maine”! The Seiners by Anastasia Marie Cassella. What has Johnny Cavelli gotten himself into? His peaceful, quiet Granite Island in Maine has become a battle zone for greed. When Johnny calls Uncle Vittorio for some help he did not know that… Continue reading

Clayton Graham’s Books

OUR READERS: 10,181 Milijun by Clayton Graham. Book 1-Milijun Series. 5 Stars: Explores our deepest darkest fears! Milijun: What Would Alien Interaction Really Be Like? A tangled web of alien intrigue traps a mother and son in its deadly embrace … When aliens capture Laura’s son, it’s going to take… Continue reading

Nick Iuppa’s Books

OUR READERS: 11,500 Species II by Nick Iuppa. Has The Age Of Humanity Ended? When children with extraordinary new mental and physical abilities suddenly begin appearing all over the world, a young university researcher must fight to protect them from hate groups who see them as a threat to human… Continue reading

Sabato DiVincenti’s Books

OUR READERS: 2,435 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… Continue reading

Annette Stanzione’s Books

OUR READERS: 4,736 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… Continue reading

Stacy Manning Casaluci’s Books

OUR READERS: 5,376 Know You’re Not Alone by Stacy Manning Casaluci. This endearing story is about a mother and her two sons, who must say goodbye to the father when he leaves on a military mission. The brothers, Cory and Kyler, continue their lives, uncertain when their father will return… Continue reading

Irene Edwards’ Books

OUR READERS: 5,859 A Spooky Wish: A Magic Islands by Irene Edwards. A Spooky Wish is book 1 in the Magic Islands series. Centuries ago, there were a group of mysterious, some say magical islands, which fell victim to a monsters’ curse, making them unreachable by sea. The islands were… Continue reading

David W. Thompson’s Books

OUR READERS: 3,213 ’Possum Stew by David W. Thompson. How dark do you like your fiction?Are the terrors of day-to-day life enough?Or does it take the creature hidden in the dark woods to stir your blood?Perhaps, a visit back in time to face the Wendigo will quench your thirst?Fairies are… Continue reading

Nikki Broadwell’s Books

OUR READERS: 405 The Library of Time by Nikki Broadwell. 2323 holds many secrets…. Hidden behind the bookshelf in the library is a maze of stacks that change positions when the mood strikes them. Preserving the past and finding lost things is what Sam and his two employees, Annie and… Continue reading

Harold Phifer’s Books

OUR READERS: 675 Surviving Chaos: How I Found Peace at A Beach Bar by Harold Phifer. For more than fifty years, Harold Phifer’s childhood living conditions remained a secret, even from those who thought they knew him best. No one knew about his past growing up with a mother who… Continue reading

Sylvia Dickey Smith’s Books

OUR READERS: 345 Write, Now! by Sylvia Dickey Smith. A wealth of inspiration and guidance for writers and want-to-be writers. Write. Now! will get you to do just that: Write Now. Whether you’re a new writer, a seasoned writer with writer’s block, or an accomplished writer seeking to reach a… Continue reading

Two Faces of Janus by Linnea Tanner

OUR READERS: 280 Two Faces of Janus by Linnea Tanner. A Short Story of Ancient Rome (Historical Fiction). A young nobleman confronts a specter from the past that could threaten his family’s legacy. A brash young aristocrat, Lucius Antonius anticipates Emperor Augustus Caesar will support his lofty ambitions to serve… Continue reading

Ken Palmrose’s Books

OUR READERS: 1,748 Come See My Africa by Ken Palmrose. Enjoy a tour of southern Africa led by your guide, Tau, a young student who lives near beautiful Victoria Falls. Not every child or adult can actually travel in person to Africa, but Tau will take you on a journey… Continue reading

Down To The Needle by Mary Deal

OUR READERS: 221 Down To The Needle by Mary Deal. A Psychological Thriller. From the day her five-year-old was abducted, Abigail Fisher vowed never to stop looking until her daughter was safely back home. But despite multiple searches, twenty-three years have passed without a trace of Becky Ann. When Abigail… Continue reading

Justice Is Served by Anastasia Marie Cassella

OUR READERS: 136 Justice Is Served by Anastasia Marie Cassella. Sequel to Murder, Secrets, and Injustice in a Small Town. Anastasia Marie Cassella’s ‘Justice is Served-Sequel to Murder, Secrets and Injustice in a Small Town’ is where a young man finds himself in the same predicament that the main character… Continue reading

The Defending Guns by Steven Prevosto

OUR READERS: 129 The Defending Guns by Steven Prevosto. In 1878 Anthony Augustus Peters was not only skilled in using a gun, he was a rising star in New York City as a very popular Shakespearean actor. However, he had a death wish. And he would die nobly by defending… Continue reading

Murder Secrets and Injustice In A Small Town by Anastasia Marie Cassella

OUR READERS: 103 Murder Secrets and Injustice In A Small Town by Anastasia Marie Cassella. Anastasia Marie Cassella’s book: Murder, Secrets and Injustice in a Small Town accurately depicts small town America with its good and its bad. Come follow Ana’s story about murder, secrets, and injustice in the small… Continue reading

The Secret War of Henry Rebbenoff by Alice Reiter Laby

OUR READERS: 137 The Secret War of Henry Rebbenoff by Alice Reiter Laby. Love, faith, family, and loyalty – The year is 1937. Henry Rebbenoff has all his dreams fulfilled in his adopted city- Charleston, South Carolina. He has found the perfect position as Cantor of Temple Beth Elohim, and… Continue reading

The Kidnapping by Linda Burson

OUR READERS: 129 The Kidnapping by Linda Burson. He saved her life. She revived his. What would you do if an envelope with ten-thousand dollars and a letter outlining a kidnapping mission was mistakenly tossed into your lap? Andy finds himself grappling with that question after his seemingly routine evening… Continue reading

Species II by Nick Iuppa

OUR READERS: 216 Species II by Nick Iuppa. Has The Age Of Humanity Ended? When children with extraordinary new mental and physical abilities suddenly begin appearing all over the world, a young university researcher must fight to protect them from hate groups who see them as a threat to human… Continue reading

The Death of Me: A Novel by Carolyn M. Bowen

OUR READERS: 372 The Death Of Me: A Novel by Carolyn M. Bowen. Book 1 of 1: Legacy Series. He’d rather save the Earth than exploit it. But buried bloodline secrets could force this man of peace into a life he dreads… David Jones moved to Tuscany to claim some… Continue reading

The Long Road Home by Carolyn M. Bowen

OUR READERS: 250 The Long Road Home by Carolyn M. Bowen. Romantic Murder Mystery. Kate’s life was in turmoil after the death of her parents. She’d always been protected and sheltered by them. Suddenly she finds herself with a conniving fiancé living under her roof, a powerful businessman with terrorist… Continue reading

Through My Laughter and Tears by Annette Stanzione

OUR READERS: 264 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… Continue reading

Cross-Ties by Carolyn M. Bowen

OUR READERS: 223 Cross-Ties by Carolyn M. Bowen. Historical Fiction Passages. A page-turning epic of adventure, suspense, and romance that crosses the chasm of societal rules. Leah is a rebel. As a mixed-race female intent on escaping the constraints of 19th-century English society, she bucks her single father’s control and… Continue reading

The Fountain Of Youth by Steve Shear

OUR READERS: 324 The Fountain Of Youth by Steve Shear. Two generations of dementia are enough!” Robert Glickman declares in his quest to die with dignity and the likelihood he will be next. To that end, he uses his grandson’s sixth grade quiz book, a locked away metal box, and… Continue reading

Come See My Africa by Ken Palmrose

OUR READERS: 197 Come See My Africa by Ken Palmrose. Enjoy a tour of southern Africa led by your guide, Tau, a young student who lives near beautiful Victoria Falls. Not every child or adult can actually travel in person to Africa, but Tau will take you on a journey… Continue reading

My Life For Her: Enhanced Edition by Robert J. Saniscalchi

OUR READERS: 185 My Life For Her: Enhanced Edition by Robert J. Saniscalchi. My Life For Her is a thrilling new story about the Vietnam veteran Rob Marrino, his family, and his partner in adventure Tex Larson. Everything is peaceful in the sleepy little town of Pikeville, but in the… Continue reading

Charlie The Horse by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne

OUR READERS: 246 Charlie The Horse by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne. Charlie is an adorable young horse. He wants to be a famous racehorse like his dad, Charles the Great. But he doesn’t like to focus on his work. He’d rather munch on flowers. Who helps him progress toward his big dream?… Continue reading

The Last Drive by John W. Howell

OUR READERS: 174 The Last Drive by John W. Howell. Sequel To Eternal Road (Magical Realism). In the sequel to Eternal Road – The final stop, Sam and James are reunited to look for two souls, Ryan and Eddie. Ryan was killed in Afghanistan, trying to avoid a schoolyard with… Continue reading

How To Use Women’s Powers-To Make A Healthy World by Ruby Sengar

OUR READERS: 127 How To Use Women’s Powers-To Make A Healthy World by Ruby Sengar. ★★★★★ “A very powerful book just as its title name says!” – Reader Review Discover how you as a woman can explore your powers of motherhood, love, spirituality, giving, leadership, vision, courage, and more! This… Continue reading

Lucifer House by Cherie’ Waggie

OUR READERS: 342 Lucifer House by Cherie’ Waggie. After the death of her father, magazine editor, Olivia Gray has to get away for the holidays. The isolated coastal town of Pirates’ Point, Maine seems to be the perfect place. Her first night at her friend’s beach house, she discovers Pirates’… Continue reading

Letter To My Brother Anastasia Marie Cassella

OUR READERS: 182 Letter To My Brother Anastasia Marie Cassella. Based on a true story! A man who believes he is right in everything raises his family in filth, squalor, and severe mind-numbing control. His children, wife and extended family members don’t like what he does. But does anybody stand… Continue reading

The Click by Steve Shear

OUR READERS: 216 The Click by Steve Shear. In the distant future, all humans who reach the age of seventy-five experience the ‘Click’ and die. It’s considered God’s chronological death sentence intended to prevent overpopulation. Narcissist, Oliver Hitchcock, who looks to be in his late fifties, is a retired C.I.A…. Continue reading

Anastasia’s Mind Fog by Anastasia Marie Cassella

OUR READERS: 179 Anastasia’s Mind Fog by Anastasia Marie Cassella. Anastasia Marie Cassella’s poetry has won numerous Editor’s Choice Awards. Her poetry is full of emotions, feelings, and experiences. Her poems express romance, confusion, abuse, beauty, love for pets, love for people, and actual dreams. When therapists recommend keeping a… Continue reading

My Life At Sweetbrier by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne

OUR READERS: 211 My Life At Sweetbrier: A Life Changed by Horses by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne. What if you grew up on a horse farm and your single passion was to become a champion horseback rider? The problem is, you were born with a disability. Doctors tell your parents you’ll never… Continue reading

The Far Side Of The Rainbow by Barbara J. Duell

OUR READERS: 287 The Far Side Of The Rainbow by Barbara J. Duell. A Novel Of Trust, Commitment, And Unquestionable Love. Some people believe all components of the universe are linked by hidden affinities and that the kismet of one individual can bond with the destiny of another, each one… Continue reading

Off Center In The Attic by Mary Deal

OUR READERS: 238 Off Center In The Attic by Mary Deal. A Collection of Short Stories and Flash Fiction. Humor and nonsense, flights of fantasy into other realms, fright, disgust and disappointment, silliness and wonderment, and the sadness of reality and heartache. It’s all here, and more, in stories that… Continue reading

Lady Buff & Yardstick: The Three-Footed Kitten by Dutch Rhudy

OUR READERS: 240 Lady Buff & Yardstick: The Three-Footed Kitten by Dutch Rhudy. Set in a famous Franciscan Monk’s Art Studio. Lady Buff & Yardstick is a heart-warming story of a mother and kitten. Shunned by mama Magdalena and befriended by Brother Matthew; curious little Yardstick provides funding for a… Continue reading

Metaphorically Speaking by Steve Shear

OUR READERS: 207 Metaphorically Speaking by Steve Shear. The Human Condition from the Beginning of Time. I believe that poetry is the doorway into all fiction, the pillars that underpin all fiction, the dictionary and thesaurus that encompass all fiction. It requires the poet to seriously consider the language being… Continue reading

Depart From Evil by Joan Fields Long

OUR READERS: 157 Depart From Evil by Joan Fields Long. The author, Joan Fields Long, wrote Depart From Evil in 1976-77. The setting is in a peaceful farming community in the South. When a new pastor is hired for the local church things begin to change. He and his wife… Continue reading

Two Sides Of A Bi-Polar Survivor by Anastasia Marie Cassella

OUR READERS: 184 Two Sides Of A Bi-Polar Survivor by Anastasia Marie Cassella. Anastasia Marie Cassella’s book, ‘Two Sides of a Bi-Polar Survivor’ shares the promiscuousness, manic side of a bi-polar survivor, along with the depressive, suicidal side. Read about the pendulum of happy and sad times. This disorder is… Continue reading