Sherlock seems like your average cat. He loves to play, he purrs and loves to chase after things, so why can’t he meow?
One day as Sherlock leaves his job at the bakery for lunch, he gets the opportunity to talk to the sweet angel of a cat that he meets in the park. Her name is Luna. Will she find out his secret? Will she like a cat who can’t meow or will she laugh at him?
Sherlock’s best friends Kato and Charlie tell him that he has nothing to worry about but with his rival Chauncy and the bully Bruto, does he really stand a chance? Continue reading
Unraveled, Time to Tell is about a life of secrets turned into heart-opening revelations from God and how a questionable death can change life and leave a young girl vulnerable and unwanted.
This change leads to many consequences and puts in front of her choices she was unaware of and ashamed of. This girl lived her married life concealing these secrets, even from her own children. Continue reading
The Taldra adventures focus on gays, people of color, and powerful women. Books 1 and 2 of Taldra both appear in this specially priced collection.
Degranon: A Science Fiction Adventure (Taldra Book 1) flings an Iroquois family into a battle across time and space.
In an alternate reality, Earth is the planet Valchondria. No illness exists, gay marriage is legal, and everyone is a person of color. However, the Maintainers carefully monitor everyone’s speech, actions, and weight. Continue reading
Under the guise of mentor and muse, a frustrated writer and her ambitious teenage protégé take an illicit summer road trip fraught with racial and sexual tension.
This is a compelling psychological novel about social norms, artistic ambition, and obsession.
Maggie Barnett works in the media center of a school in Flint, Michigan where she meets Taezha Riverton, an aspiring teenage writer. After discovering that Maggie is also a writer, Taezha turns to her as both mentor and friend. Continue reading
They say that walls have ears, and some even say that walls can talk.
So when Curmudgeon Avenue takes a disliking to its new owners, the four storey Victorian terraced house starts narrating a diary about the intertwined lives of the various new inhabitants and extended family. If Curmudgeon Avenue has to put up with this set of nincompoops from Whitefield, Manchester then so should you.
Sisters Edna and Edith inherit the first house on Curmudgeon Avenue from their parents Mr and Mrs Payne who were killed in a freak accident involving an elephant. Continue reading
Author Jamie Beck returns with an engrossing series about family, friendship, and starting over. In this first Cabot novel, a legacy of secrets tests old friends seeking a second chance at life and love.
On the second anniversary of her husband’s suicide, Colby Cabot-Baxter is ready to let go of her grief and the mistakes made during her turbulent marriage. Her fresh start comes in the form of A CertainTea, the restaurant she’s set to open along Lake Sandy, Oregon, with help from her family. Continue reading
A harrowing adventure inside enemy territory.
Heather and Picket are plunged into the darkness of Morbin’s shadow, fighting to bear the flame of the cause and light the way for rabbitkind’s upright insurrection.
Editorial Reviews: The best installment in the Green Ember Series yet. Heroic, soulful, and inspirational, Ember Rising has ascended to the top of my list of recommendations for children and adults alike. – Jaime Showmaker, Storyformed
Winner of the 2016 International Dublin Literary Award
We meet the Mishra family in Delhi in 1978, where eight-year-old Ajay and his older brother Birju play cricket in the streets, waiting for the day when their plane tickets will arrive and they and their mother can fly across the world and join their father in America.
America to the Mishras is, indeed, everything they could have imagined and more: when automatic glass doors open before them, they feel that surely they must have been mistaken for somebody important. Pressing an elevator button and the elevator closing its doors and rising, they have a feeling of power at the fact that the elevator is obeying them. Continue reading
Foregone Conclusion is the fourth novel in the thrilling Malone Private Investigator Series of Crime and Suspense Thrillers.
If you like breathtaking action, laugh-out-loud humor, and a hint of romance, then you’ll love this edge-of-your-seat detective story.
Over 15 years after the biggest diamond heist in U.S. history, the whereabouts of $68 million worth of the stolen gemstones remains a mystery. Are they hidden beneath the floorboards of an abandoned building somewhere? Were they sold to Arab princes on the down low? Or are the diamonds in some jewelry store’s window the same ones stolen in 2003, laundered through middlemen until they were clean enough for a legitimate dealer to buy them? Continue reading
Nunzio is an idealist at heart. His heart swells with passions.
Nunzio’s early years consisted of traveling and developing an appreciation for the people, the nature, and the culture of Italy. His father immersed Nunzio in literature so that even an ordinary day could remind Nunzio of a poem.
While serving as the priest of a small parish in the countryside of Italy, Nunzio’s admiration of beauty gets him into trouble. Mariella, a beautiful woman with great strength and an appreciation for all of the things Nunzio cares about, enters his life, and he calls his holy vows into question. Continue reading
Olivia has no intention of starting an affair. She wants a beach, some sun, and to be left alone.
It’s been more than a year since her husband died and she’s spent most of that time helping everyone else heal. This vacation is for her, but taking a beer to a stranger at the insistence of the staff, and making a five-minute friend? That won’t cut into her time to much, right?
How do you adjust to palace life when you’ve been a soldier for ten years? For Dante it’s flying halfway around the world to a beach where no one knows who you are. Continue reading
Brady and the Bombii Bumblebee is an endearing account of one of nature’s creatures presently on the endangered list.
It is an environmentally based story that not only illustrates the need for Bumblebee preservation, but also encourages children of ways in which they too can help protect it.
About the Author:
Anna Casamento Arrigo was born in Sorrentini, Sicily and came to America with her family and settled in New Jersey. Continue reading
When a body is found in a remote Scottish glen, DI Munro comes out of retirement to investigate.
The Police chief wants everything wrapped up before the upcoming regatta, but the locals are remarkably unforthcoming with helpful information.
Sassy and quick, London detective sergeant Charlotte West is roped in by DI Munro to help solve what is now a murder case. Continue reading
Waking up in a strange house, with no memory of how or why he is there, Stuart Milton finds his life has changed beyond recognition.
His pregnant wife is missing, but his only living relative, his brother, is incapable of substantiating his claim. Lost in a world of confusion that is spiralling out of his control, Stuart finds temporary salvation in a psychiatrist assigned to his case.
Meanwhile, peculiar events across the world lead a team of Oxford scientists to develop top secret technology that will change the future of humanity. Continue reading
Nineteen-year-old Taylor has life under control, content with a routine of work and casual encounters, until the day a prospective roommate shows up at her apartment and challenges Taylor to share more than just the spare bedroom.
Taylor Silva abides by her own set of rules. She is careful to avoid intimacy and does not allow anyone to get close to her. Continue reading
The Man on the Train is a prequel to the Angela Marchmont mysteries and can be read without fear of spoilers!
October 1925: On finding herself stuck in a small town in Illinois following floods on the railway line, Angela Marchmont falls in with a vaudeville company and helps a young man accused of theft prove his innocence. Continue reading
When Violet escapes her abusive fiancé, he sends men to bring her back. The last thing she expects is to be rescued by two strange women with uncanny abilities.
With his last attempt thwarted, her fiancé kidnaps Violet’s sister and father to force her to come to him.
But he doesn’t know about her new friends. Continue reading
In Collapse of the African American Family, Anthropologist Gregory Days presents a twenty-first century wake-up call to his fellow African Americans and America as a nation.
Days shares his observations as a Black man who spent years working as a cultural anthropologist. His book describes phenomena he has witnessed and what he views as the destruction of the African American family from within. Continue reading
Anna Dahlberg grew up eating dinner under her father’s war-trophy portrait of Eva Braun.
Fifty years after the war, she discovers what he never did—that her mother and Hitler’s mistress were friends.
The secret surfaces with a mysterious monogrammed handkerchief, and a man, Hannes Ritter, whose Third Reich family history is entwined with Anna’s. Continue reading
This book is all about cooking with everyday ingredients, using simple recipes to make cooking easy.
Sandra Katanic is a chef who loves to teach and educate people on everyday cooking, and her passion is to give people tools to eat better while still maintaining their busy lifestyle.
Her book features how she likes to cook during the week as well as tips and tricks to save time, make substitutions and pre-plan. Continue reading
Have you caught the drone bug? Looking to buy your first drone but feeling overwhelmed? Want to learn how to build your own drone or become a better aerial photographer?
Then this book is for you!
This book provides a good introduction to drones as a whole for beginners as well as advanced flyers. Continue reading
Patrick Regan is a man on a mission. Expertly trained by the Royal Marines and with crack sniper skills, he’s always taken the fight to the enemy, but now he realises that whilst he’s been away Great Britain has been attacked.
His parents are dead, his sister is missing and he’s getting zero help from the authorities, Regan is forced to face the faceless: Continue reading
These berries are great as wine, pie and jam, but what else can you do with them?
Take a journey with your taste buds as you try a chocolate bar or fudge, a hot or cold soup, or tiramisu.
Have a cup of lemonade with your Saskatoon berry salad with vinaigrette dressing, along with your game or other meat.
This book contains 85 recipes from sauce, ice cream, chutney, cookies, cakes and even pemmican. Continue reading
Dear You is a lovely invitation into Derra Nicole Sabo’s world.
A wonderful opportunity borne out of a complex and challenging experience, to recall the good times with loved ones, the chance to express the rarely spoken profound specifics of what binds friends and family together.
This is a heart-warming collection of letters to loved ones that explores the wonder, frailty and extraordinary qualities of friendship, family, love and life. Continue reading
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