Monthly Archives: June 2019

Tower of Nirvana (The Trinity Trials Book 1)

Tower of Nirvana (The Trinity Trials Book 1) by Dexter Carr JrDemitrius, son of the Archangel Michael, and Mathias, son of the Archangel Gabriel, were with their mutual friend, Melody, exploring places they weren’t supposed to, as usual.

It was in front of the forbidden fruits of knowledge and life, dead center of the Radiant Forest, where their lives changed forever. Haunted by strange headaches and branded with weird symbols, the two boys soon learn they have been chosen as the next candidates for the Trinity Trials. Continue reading

Spanish Stories: A Dual-Language Book (Dover Dual Language Spanish) Revised ed. Edition

Spanish Stories A Dual-Language Book Dover Dual Language Spanish Revised Edition by Angel FloresDesigned for the lover of fine literature as well as the intermediate language student, this dual-language book contains 13 great, representative Spanish short stories.

Chronologically arranged to illustrate the development of the story form in Spanish, the stories are presented both in Spanish and English, enabling students to learn a language while simultaneously studying literary classics. Continue reading

Progenie (Scions of Darkness Book 1)

Progenie (Scions of Darkness Book 1) by Mack LittleZenobia Grant – Doctor, daughter, lover, warrior. And not quite human.

Zen has been trained from birth to defend herself against a terrible threat. And to be careful to not injure the fragile humans that surround her. She uses her skills to heal, not harm, and to keep the questions that haunt her at bay.

Zen doesn’t know what she really is or what happened to her mother. But the answers will put her in the crosshairs of some of the most powerful and malevolent beings in existence. Djinn, dhampyrs, and vampires all stalk Zen for their own reasons. Continue reading

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

Costa Rica: Spanish Travel Phrases for English Speaking Travelers

Costa Rica: Spanish Travel Phrases for English Speaking Travelers by Sarah RetterDo you want to travel with ease and elegance getting what you need when you need it? This is the solution for your communication problems when you travel to Costa Rica.

The most useful 1,000 phrases to get around when travelling in Costa Rica. You can access the phrase you need by using a clickable table of contents that will lead you to the topic you are looking for Continue reading

I am a Runner: The Memoirs of a Sepsis Survivor

I am a Runner: The Memoirs of a Sepsis Survivor by Maria Papalia-Meier and Pamela Ackerson“You’ll never be able to run again.”

From running half marathons to being the sickest person in the hospital, Maria Papalia-Meier fought the river of death, and won.

Life changing moments, amputations, and negative thoughts refused to keep her down. With her rock-hard stubbornness, positive self-empowerment and persistence, she grabbed hope and unflinching faith to face the life handed to her. Her story offers an honest, tough-love approach to defeating pre-determined opinions, and self-imposed limitations. She refused to give up or give in. Continue reading

The Book of Pain

The Book of Pain by Tope OgundareTope, in this amazing collection of poetry wows us with his ability to craft beautiful words into poetry that anyone can really enjoy.

A collection of poems on love, loss and grief. If Pain were to be personified, how would you describe it? Would pain be suave and smooth or vicious and mean? The poems explore pain in its various form, and relates it to life, to repeated miscarriages – a cycle of hope and loss and to unrequited love.

It has been a long time coming, but it’s worth the wait. Continue reading

Ellie Everlasting

Ellie Everlasting by Isabel ScheckWhat would you do if you discovered your favourite fairy tale was based on reality?

During the last year of high school, an unexpected tragedy tears Ellie Parker away from her family, and her girlfriend, Olivia. While the survivors struggle to cope with the trauma of losing someone so young and full of promise, Ellie finds herself wrapped up in the adventure of a lifetime… on the other side of the grave.

Neverland is real. Peter Pan is real. The Lost Boys and Girls are real.

But something sinister lurks in the shadows, threatening both worlds. Continue reading

Joey Flynn’s Extraordinary Tale

Joey Flynn’s Extraordinary Tale by Meghan E. WhiteJoey Flynn is an ordinary eleven year old boy. He likes baseball, video games, and hanging out with his friends.

The summer before sixth grade his family moves from California to Oregon. Joey is not happy about moving. Now he has to start over with new friends and even worse, a new school.

Exploring the woods of his property in Oregon, Joey meets an extraordinary individual, like no one he’s ever met before. This new friend teaches Joey about faith and trusting God. Continue reading

The Story of Grenville King: A feel-good Irish summer read

Handsome, kind and funny, Conor O’Shea has had enough of driving and guiding tours of Ireland.

So when an opportunity to renovate and run the magnificent but rundown Castle Dysert as a five-star resort presents itself, he grabs it with both hands.

But problems arise almost immediately when his business partner appears to have more on her agenda than just business. Continue reading

How to break into the Audiobook market for less!

How to break into the Audiobook market without breaking the bank!Audiobooks are the fastest growing segment of the publishing market.

A recent survey by the Audio Publishers Association showed that 50% of Americans have listened to an audiobook, and that 24% of consumers have listened to 10 or more in that time. That’s a growing market! But how can you as an author break into the audiobook market without breaking the bank? Continue reading

A Good Kind of Crazy

A Good Kind of Crazy by Majken Selinder NilssonKat Anderson’s familiar existence begins to unravel on her 43rd birthday, even before her husband’s infidelity comes to light.

Deciding to leave her old life behind in search of her former self, she finds it revisiting her past career as a caterer on a TV set in the mountains of Canada.

Can Kat overcome her past hurts in order to cook up some romance with the star of the show? Continue reading

Daughter of Athena

Daughter of Athena by A RoseAfter dragons attacked, the city of Athena rose from the ashes of Chicago.

With Athena, a new program to protect the city began. Project name: Daughter of Athena. Female dragonslayers that are created, not born.

Amara is the top Daughter of her class. When Athena is attacked by a militant group, Amara learns more than she bargained for.

Everything is not what it seems; with the dragons or with the government. Amara must decide which path to take as she struggles with learning the truth about herself. Continue reading

Everyone Left Behind: 4 minutes to chaos

Everyone Left Behind: 4 minutes to chaos by Time O. DayHershal had grown tired of his wife Priscilla’s doom and gloom, End Times, vision of the future and wasn’t about to do anymore stockpiling for it either. He just wanted to retire in peace.

Change descended when he accidentally shot a Peeping Tom. Though he buried him on his remote Montana property, he couldn’t bury the man’s curse. Haunted by it, and about to be found out, he sent up a desperate prayer. That night he had a strange dream. Priscilla’s interpretation of the dream was to stockpile enough food to look after seventy people for five years because perilous times were surely coming . . . Continue reading

Disorder: A thriller of both spine-chilling terror and emotional power

Disorder: A thriller of both spine-chilling terror and emotional power by Johan FundinJohan Fundin’s Disorder is full-tilt suspense entertainment jam-packed with explosive thrills. Perfect for fans of John Saul, Dean Koontz and Robin Cook.

The target of both stalkers and killers, a top fashion model with a rare disease sets out to learn how her pioneering scientist father died, only to find herself in the middle of a vicious conspiracy.

“Psychological suspense and thriller readers are in for a treat.” Continue reading

Sita’s Dark: Sorento Series: Book One

Sita's Dark Sorento Series Book One by Paulina Denay 1As twenty-eight year old Sita stumbles into her old bedroom in the Sorento Mansion, she is slowly immersed into the past when she finds a dust covered letter from an old love under the bed.

Though she’s never seen this letter before, the memories of her first love began to wash over her as she reads, even as her current husband waits for her to figure out what she wants from their marriage. Continue reading

How to save the dragon: Children’s book for teaching impulse control

How to save the dragon Children’s book for teaching impulse control by Madeleine MatthewsTeach impulse control to your little ones with one of the best impulse control books for kids.

Embrace a science-based, yet practical and kid friendly approach to influence children’s behavior and reaction to everyday situations.

Imagine your kids reacting calmly when asked to put an item down in the grocery store, to go home from the playing field when asked and generally to understand the situation and not react impulsively. Continue reading

A Separation of Worlds

A Separation of Worlds by Rainbow MaccabreThe light pouring out of Brittany’s body was something she’d only ever seen in her dreams, where flowers danced and unicorns swarmed.

When the bus tipped and the blood poured, her light came into reality, protecting her and her friends. If only she could have reached everyone.

The light wasn’t the only thing from her dreams that was real. Continue reading

We’re influencing more book buyers than ever before!

Spike in Follows on Digital Book Girl BlogOur blog follow count is spiking!

Thanks to all the fabulous authors and books we promote, as well as all the wonderful people who visit, follow, interact with & share our blog—we are now influencing more book buyers than ever before!

We appreciate each and every one of you and hope to bring you more great content as we continue to grow and develop! Continue reading

Restoration

Restoration by Daniel C. McWhorter The year is 2075 and the human race is dying. Decades of war, famine, and bio-engineering have finally taken their toll, and birth rates have declined to near zero.

The leaders of two of the solar system’s largest corporations believe they can save humanity, but they will have to break the law to do it.

When Doctor Evan Feldman decided to have his body frozen immediately after his death, he always hoped that one day the technology would exist to cure his cancer-ravaged body. Continue reading

Princess of Sky, Earth, Fire and Water (The Princess of Nature Series Book 1)

Princess of Sky, Earth, Fire and Water (The Princess of Nature Series Book 1) by Cassandra FinnertyIn 1772, Lady Aisling inherits an army of men and a fleet of merchant ships. But her greatest legacy is her new powers — the ability to control sky, earth, fire and water.

Thrust into a new world, she is now part of a secret society, serving as ambassador to kings and courts around the globe.

Hurled onto distant shores, she meets her greatest challenge – a warrior prince whose love is so fierce that it threatens to destroy both their lives. Continue reading