Not Even a Moose

Not Even a Moose by Nancy KayAlone in a remote cabin Samantha and Mike join forces to care for an injured moose as Christmas approaches.

Inside attraction sizzles, but outside a blizzard rages and life-threatening danger escalates.

Federal Wildlife Officer Michael Donovan faces a dilemma. Christmas is days away, a blizzard looms, and Mike must either track an injured moose or deliver bad news to Samantha Gates about her grandfather. Continue reading

Perpetual Hell: A Memoir

Perpetual Hell: A Memoir by Wendy OthelloPerpetual Hell: A Memoir is my life story with a history lesson as a background for what I believe is a journey that began thousands of years before I was born.

I trace history back to ancient times before there was ever an America. Using historical events, I delve into the reality that has not only plagued African people but, all people of the world. Continue reading

Holidays on Ice

Holidays on Ice by David SedarisDavid Sedaris’s beloved holiday collection is new again with six more pieces, including a never before published story.

Along with such favorites as the diaries of a Macy’s elf and the annals of two very competitive families, are Sedaris’s tales of tardy trick-or-treaters (“Us and Them”); the difficulties of explaining the Easter Bunny to the French (“Jesus Shaves”); what to do when you’ve been locked out in a snowstorm (“Let It Snow”); the puzzling Christmas traditions of other nations (“Six to Eight Black Men”); what Halloween at the medical examiner’s looks like (“The Monster Mash”); and a barnyard secret Santa scheme gone awry (“Cow and Turkey”). Continue reading

Gus

GusWhen aging cowboy Gus Matthews gets fired from Rocking-C ranch for laying out the mean-spirited, know-nothing foreman, he heads north for Oklahoma, where he finds work with the Aronsons, an elderly couple whose ranch has seen better days.

What should be easy work for kindly employers quickly turns sour when Gus discovers that the neighboring Slash-M ranch have been rustling the Aronsons’ cattle. Even worse, Gus becomes the corrupt sheriff’s main suspect in a string of violent crimes plaguing the county. Continue reading

The Earl of Giveny’s Grand Daughters

“He’ll be the Daddy and you’ll be the Mommy…your answer is, ‘Yes!’”

Katie pinned Josiah with the direct penetration of her gaze as the phone slipped down her shoulder, “You’re going to take my Ba-a-ah….” the words, ‘baby away from me’ never made it past her lips as her eyes fluttered and rolled back into her head with the same intensity that her neck lolled backwards as she went straight to the floor with the force of a mighty fallen oak.

‘Awww crap!’ Josiah momentarily placed a hand to his brow as he sunk to his knees to cradle her to him. Now what was he to do Continue reading

Paul: A Biography

Paul: A Biography by N. T. WrightIn this definitive biography, renowned Bible scholar, Anglican bishop, and bestselling author N. T. Wright offers a radical look at the apostle Paul,

illuminating the humanity and remarkable achievements of this intellectual who invented Christian theology—transforming a faith and changing the world.

For centuries, Paul, the apostle who “saw the light on the Road to Damascus” and made a miraculous conversion from zealous Pharisee persecutor to devoted follower of Christ, Continue reading

Santa’s Last Gift (Dreamspun Desires Book 95)

The greatest gift might be what they already have.

After years away building his career, event planner Sebastian Chesnut returns to his small hometown of Fir Falls to reconnect with his mother, sister, and young nieces before his job takes him to London.

He doesn’t expect to find his high school boyfriend, Matty, has become a virtual member of Seb’s family. Back then, Matty only offered a casual relationship, but Seb fell hard, and history is soon repeating itself. Seb’s afraid to hope for a second chance, no matter how much they’ve grown and despite the family they share. Continue reading

From Darkness: A Novel of the Ancient Roman World (Republic’s End Book 1)

“…skillfully manages an extensive and diverse cast of characters to illuminate a complex, multicultural Roman world… A lavishly detailed, character-driven tale” – Kirkus Reviews

In the first century BC, under the backdrop of actual historical events, a series of characters from all walks of life struggle with their circumstances Continue reading

LLC: The Ultimate Guide to Forming Your LLC in 10 Simple Steps

LLC The Ultimate Guide to Forming Your LLC in 10 Simple StepsCreating Your LLC in Plain English – You know the benefits of having a Limited Liability Company (LLC), but you don’t know how to get started…

You’re not alone! Lots of people know that an LLC is a great idea for tax benefits and legal protection, but few know the steps to create one.

LLC: The Ultimate Guide to Forming Your LLC in 10 Simple Steps will show you exactly how to create your Limited Liability Company for whatever industry you’re in. Continue reading

Really? I Had A Stroke?: A Story Of Stroke And The Best Strategies For Maximum Brain Recovery

Really? I Had A Stroke?, the lives of four very different individuals are dramatically changed forever when each experiences a significant and unique stroke event.

Each life hangs precariously, as close to recovery and life as to death. Who will recover and why? Are the consequences of one type of stroke more significant than for another? What are the effects of timely intervention? What kind of recovery and rehabilitation should stroke survivors strive for? Continue reading

The Fire Inside

Aiden, a doting husband and father, had the perfect life. A job he loved, a beautiful son, and a loving wife. In an instant, everything is taken from him and Aiden believes his life is over.

Falling into a deep depression, Aiden all but gives up on his job, his friends, and himself. But when a mysterious force grants him the power to heal those around him, Aiden is forced to pull himself out of his misery in favor of the greater good. Continue reading

End to End: A Long Trail Journey

End to End: A Long Trail Journey by Shirley HarmanIf you like dogs, hiking, mountains or outdoor adventure you’ll like this book!

End to End is the True-Life story of a 3 week/275 mile backpacking trip in the Green Mountains of Vermont. With her two beloved dogs as her only companions, the author walked from Canada to Massachusetts, in the trip of a lifetime.

This is a beautiful story that will engage the reader with its poignancy, honesty and humor as the author struggles with the physical challenges of the hike as well as the bigger issues of love, life and commitment. Continue reading

Anomaly

It’s 3am…While most minds are in a blissful state of slumber, mine is wide awake conjuring and pondering endless thoughts.

Eyes are fixated on the dark popcorn ceiling above and ears are soaking in blue tunes as my autopilot mind becomes overwhelmed with the past, future and every cherry topped dream in between. These thoughts range from warm and fuzzy to dark and slightly crippling.

Sometimes I wish that my mind had an off switch so that I could power down at night. Continue reading

The Fell

In an unspecified time and location, an unnamed boy is living what he feels to be an idyllic life in the faded and peeling Lido where his father is a lifeguard.

He idolises his father–never more so than when he saves the life of a suicidal man–and he comes to believe that heroism is all.

The arrest of his sister Lilly later that summer brings the halcyon days to an abrupt end, and his family is torn apart, with Lilly sent to jail and the boy sent to a boarding house for dysfunctional boys, far away from his home–The Fell. Continue reading

Garrett’s Ghost

Garrett's Ghost by Pamela AckersonWhat’s a time traveling Texas Ranger supposed to do?

Garrett Houston is being harassed by a ghost. Trouble is brewing and her name is Margarite. She’s an unrelenting force determined to get his attention. It may be too late for her, but if she could get him to listen, she may be able to save some lives.

A story of unrequited love, the power of healing, and the embracing need to never give up. Unforgettable moments and unforgettable characters will tug at the heartstrings with a myriad of emotions. Continue reading

Band of Believers, Book 1: Dissent

Band of Believers, Book 1: Dissent by Jamie Lee GreyTo save your life, would you sell your soul?

During the tribulation, Willow Archer intends to keep both. She just wants to live a simple life in her quiet Montana town. But when sinister forces begin rounding up Christians, she must make a tough choice: accept the mark, or run for her life?

Willow runs. With her brother and a few friends, she decides to flee to the mountains. And danger chases them every step of the way.

Turns out, the forest holds its own set of perils Continue reading

Freedom’s Voyage: The odyssey of Eleanor Billington

Author Cissy Hunt takes on the persona of her ancestress Eleanor Billington, and through extensive research of diaries and ship logs, recreates the voyage of the Mayflower to the New World.

Through her diary entries, Eleanor recounts the struggles and hardships of the Mayflower passengers in vivid and poignant entries, taking the reader along on a true Freedom’s Voyage. Continue reading

Waiting for Evening to Come

This book is about the friendship that develops between a young white boy and an elderly African American man in rural Indiana in the 1950s.

In rural Indiana in the 1950s, an elderly African American man befriends a young white boy whose father is openly racist and who is determined to put the friendship to an end, even if that means exhibiting violence toward his son and the elderly man. Continue reading

He Restoreth My Soul: Triumph Through Adversity

He Restoreth My Soul is a delightful devotional bursting with real kingdom principles, personal encounters, and the keys to your spiritual breakthrough!

After being diagnosed with systemic lupus and suffering the painstaking loss of 5 miscarriages, Cassandra reached her hand and her hope to the Only strength she has ever known ~ Jesus!

With much prayer, petition, and faith, Cassandra battled against the odds, the snare of the enemy, and WON! Continue reading

Why author websites are important & how to easily get yours!

A great website or blog can elevate your brand and help you sell more books!

But what if you don’t have the technical knowledge needed to create an outstanding website or blog? That’s why Digital Book Girl has done the research, to save you time and money, and in doing so we have uncovered what we believe is the best option for your new website or blog! Continue reading