Monthly Archives: April 2018

Heart of a Marquess: Regency Romance (Gentlemen and Brides)

Heart of a Marquess Regency Romance Gentlemen and BridesA plan born of deception… Can Charlotte overcome her stepsister’s cruel actions and find the love she deserves?

Miss Charlotte Richardson was heartbroken when her father died, but is elated when her mother remarries. It brings Charlotte such joy to see her mother happy again.

Charlotte hopes to develop a close bond with her new stepsister, Lady Emma, but her hopes are quickly shattered. Lady Emma is upset that she must now share her home with Charlotte, whom she feels is beneath her. Continue reading

How to Become a Private Investigator

How to Become a Private InvestigatorBreak into the industry with little or no experience.

So you want to be a private investigator?

• Little or no law enforcement or related experience?
• Sick of sending resumes and calling companies only to hear ‘no’?
• Want to start your own business?
• Want to know what it’s really like being a P.I.?

A few years ago I was in exactly the same position.

Find out how I went from a standard corporate marketing job, to fulfilling my dream of becoming a private investigator – with almost no experience.  Continue reading

The Next Port

The Next PortThe Next Port by Heyward Coleman is a bold and entertaining memoir chronicling the five year voyage the author and his wife made sailing their 42-foot sailboat, Skimmer.

Readers will marvel at the warmth, generosity and wisdom the world had to offer them on this journey of a lifetime.

What began as letters to family and friends ultimately became an engaging book that chronicles the realization of a lifelong dream of the author and his wife to explore the world on a sailboat and is a powerful testament to the life and love that flourished during their five-year “world-wind” voyage. Continue reading

Ring the Bell – Another #1 Best Seller

Ring the Bell - Another Number 1 Amazon Best SellerCongratulations to author Jean Debney on her #1 Best Selling Canadian Historical Biography on Amazon.co.uk!

Jean’s Canadian Historical Biography “Far Away Hills (Rita’s Story Book 1)”, featured right here on our blog, hit the #1 spot on Amazon.co.uk’s Canadian Historical Biographies category this week!

Book Blurb: Life is a journey, some lives become much longer journey’s, whether that be physical distance, or emotional challenge. This book is the opening to a series Continue reading

Helium

HeliumHelium is the debut poetry collection by internet phenom Rudy Francisco, whose work has defined poetry for a generation of new readers.

Rudy’s poems and quotes have been viewed and shared millions of times as he has traveled the country and the world performing for sell-out crowds.

Helium is filled with work that is simultaneously personal and political, blending love poems, self-reflection, and biting cultural critique on class, race and gender into an unforgettable whole. Continue reading

Saloons at Sunset (The Chronicles of Elmer Capshaw Book 1)

Saloons at Sunset The Chronicles of Elmer Capshaw Book 1In the West nearly all the men could shoot whether they were a farmer, a banker, a lawyer or a butcher.

Elmer was none of these he was a street tough a brawler and an investigator that uncovered injustice and fought for what is right. Sometimes justice had to work outside of the law and that is just what Elmer was, he was Outside Justice. Continue reading

The Body’s Question: Poems

The Body's Question PoemsThe debut collection by the Poet Laureate of the United States

* Winner of the 2002 Cave Canem Poetry Prize *

You are pure appetite. I am pure
Appetite. You are a phantom
In that far-off city where daylight
Climbs cathedral walls, stone by stolen stone.
–from “Self-Portrait as the Letter Y”

The Body’s Question by Tracy K. Smith received the 2002 Cave Canem Poetry Prize for the best first book by an African-American poet, selected by Kevin Young. Continue reading

Indigo

IndigoF. D. Soul’s first collection of poetry and prose.

Written for those who have ever wondered what a heart looks like outside of the human body.

This book is a breath. It’s that plunge into fear as your heart stops as if perhaps it won’t remember how to catch the next beat (but always does). And it’s wincing. Biting the pillow. Laughing even though you can hear your ribs cracking. This book is walking through a Weeping Willow with your fingers outstretched. Continue reading