First Day, No Way by Jessica Gold

“First Day, No Way!” by Jessica E. Gold. Little Katie is going to be going to her first day at school, and she is so nervous. She imagines everything that can go wrong, getting lost, not remembering her lunch, and everything that you can imagine. She sits down to write… Continue reading

Perceptions and Secrets by Jessica Gold

Perceptions and Secrets by Jessica Gold. Our Perceptions may not always be reality. Rick and Marissa Lynch, Manhattan elite and press favorites seem like the perfect couple, with money, prestige and a beautiful daughter Emily. In reality, their lives have become tangled webs filled with deceit and secrets. Hailey Everson,… Continue reading

Susan E. Sage’s Books

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 in the neighborhood… Continue reading

The First Star by Janice Spina

The First Star by Janice Spina. A Fairy Tale. Once upon a time there were two children who loved their father so much that they missed him terribly each time he had to leave to go away to find buyers for his woodworking. The two children, Chris, and Kim, were… Continue reading

THE STASH by Sandra Sperling

THE STASH by Sandra Sperling. People have fantasies about finding buried treasure, but for Sarah Altman it becomes a reality when she convinces herself that it isn’t really a crime to appropriate a large stash of money hidden by a meth dealer after he has a car accident. Every dollar… Continue reading

Snowmelt: Dealing With Betrayal by Sandra Sperling

Snowmelt: Dealing With Betrayal by Sandra Sperling. Ann Bergquist returns to Selden, Minnesota at the time of spring snowmelt to meet with her former best friend who is dying and wishes to clear her conscience. Although uneasy about the visit, Ann must nonetheless come to terms with their troubled past… Continue reading

Elisabet’s Will by Sandra Sperling

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

The Beginner’s Guide to Spouse Removal by Sandra Sperling

The Beginner’s Guide to Spouse Removal by Sandra Sperling. When Merry Mitchell discovers that her husband is hiding assets in preparation to dumping her for a younger woman, she is filled with hurt and rage. Having toiled her way up from poverty, she will do nearly anything to avoid being… Continue reading

A Few Trivial Felonies by Sandra Sperling

A Few Trivial Felonies: How many will these ladies commit? by Sandra Sperling. Rachel suffers burnout from her job as a counselor. When Nick, her husband, is forced to take early retirement due to health issues, she’s delighted to quit her job and move from Minnesota to coastal Oregon. Even… Continue reading

Rudy Lopes’ Books

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 training or skills,… Continue reading

Joan Fields Long’s Books

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 and their dog… Continue reading

Anastasia Marie Cassella’s Books

Home Cures For Health and Special Household Quick Tips by Anastasia Marie Cassella. Anastasia Marie Cassella’s ‘Home Cures For Health And Special Household Quick Tips’ are derived from her own health needs and those of her family. Diagnosed with several illnesses, Anastasia has learned homeopathic remedies from doctors, friends, 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

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

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

Harold Phifer’s Books

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 suffered from mental… Continue reading

Ken Palmrose’s Books

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 of his world… Continue reading

My Sister Thinks That She Can Cook by Bob Freeman

My Sister Thinks That She Can Cook by Bob Freeman. When I was growing up, my older sister babysat for her four siblings a lot. She was about 12 years old when she started. We were all younger than her. As time passed, it was more often and for longer… Continue reading

Golfing Adventures with Frankie, the Witty Caddie by Paul Sturm

Golfing Adventures with Frankie, the Witty Caddie by Paul Sturm. If you enjoy entertaining, fun-loving, and humorous stories, then come laugh along with Frankie, the witty caddie, whose uproarious, comical words and outrageous, zany antics provide a foursome of golfers some unique experiences during their horrible golf play. Frankie, just… Continue reading

More Golfing Adventures with Frankie the Witty Caddie by Paul Sturm

More Golfing Adventures with Frankie the Witty Caddie by Paul Sturm. Frankie still has what it takes to make your golfing day…. Frankie, the witty, light-hearted caddie, and his caddying partner, Ozzie, caddied for a very unusual group of golfers.  This foursome’s golf play was surprisingly decent.  However, caddying for… Continue reading

As Flies To Wanton Boys by Allan Batchelder

As Flies To Wanton Boys by Allan Batchelder. Immortal Treachery Book 2. Three years have passed since Tarmun Vykers’ victory over the mad sorcerer who called himself the End-of-All-Things. But they’ve been three long years, confined to a sick bed with a grievous wound that will not heal, cannot be… Continue reading

Two Faces of Janus by Linnea Tanner

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 as a praetor… Continue reading

Steel, Blood & Fire by Allan Batchelder

Steel, Blood & Fire by Allan Batchelder. Immortal Treachery Book 1. TARMUN VYKERS: His awestruck opponents call him The Reaper, an iron-willed man with no memory of his past, a ruthless champion who has risen to the level of death incarnate. But The Reaper has collected a legion of enemies… Continue reading

The End of All Things by Allan Batchelder

The End of All Things by Allan Batchelder. Immortal Treachery Book 5. Tarmun Vykers, the Reaper, has battled his way across time and two continents, toppling kingdoms and empires alike and killing untold thousands in the process. And he has never really known why. But he’s about to find out…. Continue reading

This Thing Of Darkness by Allan Batchelder

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

Corpse Cold by Allan Batchelder

Corpse Cold by Allan Batchelder. Immortal Treachery Book 3. Betrayed by his closest friend, someone who has also stolen his most precious possession, Tarmun Vykers wants revenge. Kittins wants revenge, too, against the all-powerful Queen, who’s been manipulating and dictating his every move for far too long, to devastating effect…. Continue reading

The Abject God by Allan Batchelder

The Abject God by Allan Batchelder. Immortal Treachery, Book Four. Vykers once killed some of the Emperor’s soldiers; now, the Emperor has crossed the sea with all his legions to exact a revenge that will impact not only the Reaper, but Kittins, Spirk, Eoman, and even the Virgin Queen herself…. Continue reading

Cornered by 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 much about police procedure… Continue reading

Metaphorically Speaking by Steve Shear

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 put forward and… Continue reading

Price Of Justice by Alan Brenham

Price Of Justice by Alan Brenham. His focus is on solving the murders–until the unthinkable happens… Recently widowed, Austin Police Detective Jason Scarsdale works to solve the murders of two pedophiles, while trying to be both mother and father to his five-year-old daughter. During his investigation, Scarsdale is forced to… Continue reading

The Vanishing Corn Mystery by Dutch Rhudy

The Vanishing Corn Mystery by Dutch Rhudy. Set in a tiny rural community, where everyone crosses paths daily. The Vanishing Corn Mystery introduces us to a paranoid retired farmer. Like the little boy who cried wolf; Hank Swazi complains to the townsfolk about repeated thefts. To put a stop to… Continue reading

The Elusive Smoking Gun by Dutch Rhudy

The Elusive Smoking Gun by Dutch Rhudy. Within the confines of a highly secured area, a sniper kills the state senator. The police apprehend the suspect in under three minutes. Successful in his devious plan to hide the rifle; the killer waited on a bench and showed no sign of… Continue reading

The Click by Steve Shear

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. operative, and handsome… Continue reading

The Vase of Many Colors Series by Steve Shear

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

The Fountain Of Youth by Steve Shear

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 a secret weapon… Continue reading

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

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 new infirmary roof…. Continue reading

Boot & Milk Balls by Dutch Rhudy

Boot & Milk Balls by Dutch Rhudy. Boot & Milk Balls take us back in time to the mirth and madness of a bygone era. The antics of fun-loving, hometown characters, often turn bazaar. Two popular legends, grossly entwined, evolve to become one macabre tradition. Three additional short stories; Lost… Continue reading

Hidden Intentions by Alan Brenham

Hidden Intentions by Alan Brenham. When 13-year-old Cailey Marshall’s mission to an abandoned Texas house goes wrong, she must find ways to escape from her ruthless kidnappers and survive, while her parents are forced into making a deadly choice to save their daughter and discover the truth. Cailey sets out… Continue reading

A Secret In Ash Brooke by Dutch Rhudy

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

Game Piece by Alan Brenham

Game Piece by Alan Brenham. Temple, Texas Police Detective, Barry Marshall hunts for a hardened serial killer with the ultimate endgame, one intended to strip Marshall of everything he holds dear—his career, his wife Erin, and his reputation. Unbeknownst to Marshall, the killer had dated Erin years ago, and seeing… Continue reading

W. A President on Trial: An Adrian Wheeler Novel by Steve Shear

W. A President on Trial: An Adrian Wheeler Novel by Steve Shear. Less than ten years have passed since Operation Gadgetry, a military plan executed in Iraq at the height of the war and intended to prove President George W. Bush was right to invade the country; that Saddam Hussein… Continue reading

Rampage by Alan Brenham

Rampage by Alan Brenham. A Jason Scarsdale Novel (Jason Scarsdale Mysteries). The stakes soar, both professionally and personally, for Austin PD Detective Jason Scarsdale as he finds himself in a race against time to hunt down a vicious gang hell-bent on murder. Realizing that his new partner, the attractive divorcee… Continue reading

The Trials Of Adrian Wheeler by Steve Shear

The Trials Of Adrian Wheeler by Steve Shear. Marine Private Adrian Wheeler, accused of murdering Iraqi women and children, arrived home to face nothing less than: An unrelenting father who cajoled him into enlisting, PTSD, sexual Inadequacy, a sensational court-martial trial, a sister with HIV. He returned from Baghdad and… Continue reading

The Marcy Series by Linda Burson

Rage by Linda Burson. Book 1 of 13: The Marcy Series. Marcy, a strong, independent business owner uncharacteristically turns into an enraged, nightmare-plagued woman. Her lack of control over her anger makes her long-term boyfriend issue her an ultimatum—seek therapy for her behavior or lose him. After being held-up and… Continue reading

The Colors of My Life by Linda Burson

The Colors of My Life by Linda Burson. A married woman, Caylie Lyon, finds herself in the middle of a bank robbery and gets taken hostage by the five robbers. Her ordeal starts off as a scary event, but ends up with her forming a close relationship with one of… Continue reading

Murder Among Friends by Linda Burson

Murder Among Friends by Linda Burson. Emotionally and mentally, Camille Thurston has had it. She needs a much-needed rest from her job and her life in Boston. She decides she’ll find it at her brother Zachary’s home in Connecticut. Little does she know that this is just the beginning of… Continue reading

Finding A Christmas Miracle by Jan Selbourne and Anne Krist

Finding A Christmas Miracle by Jan Selbourne and Anne Krist. Two Historical Novellas of New Love and Second Chances. Two exceptional novellas featuring two men engulfed in a war no one understands or wants-Vietnam. They’re both hoping for a miracle with little expectation of finding it. Jan Selbourne lends her… Continue reading

Lies of Gold by Jan Selbourne

Lies of Gold by Jan Selbourne. Their love affair ended in anger and painful consequences. Lady Katherine Ashford has guarded a secret through years of abuse. Fighting wars and hard living has numbed Julian Ashford. Then fate steps in. A traitor is smuggling gold across the Channel to Napoleon Bonaparte… Continue reading

The Woman Behind The Mirror by Jan Selbourne

The Woman Behind The Mirror by Jan Selbourne. Marry in haste, repent at leisure is the last thing on Sarah Forsythe’s mind when she and the son of a local minister elope to the American colonies. She wasn’t to know abandonment, misery, poverty and shame would follow. As the colonies… Continue reading

Behind The Clouds by Jan Selbourne

Behind The Clouds by Jan Selbourne. Barely tolerating each other, Adrian and Gabrielle are trapped in Belgium as the clouds of war loom over Europe. Plunged into a nightmare of lies and betrayal, they flee for their lives as the German forces cross the border. Disguised as peasants, they avoid… Continue reading