Monthly Archives: July 2019

Matt’s swirly world: Helping Parents Raise Mindful Kids, Understand Tantrums and Relieve Stress & Anxiety

When children are young their emotions come in peaks and valleys.

Sometimes they’re super excited, sometimes they’re sad, and sometimes they lose control and express themselves by throwing a temper tantrum.

These outbursts of emotions are common for parents and kids of all walks of life and can be leveraged by parents who want to teach impulse control, improved behavior, and better mindfulness. Continue reading

My Secret Escape: Restore Your Dignity, Transform Your Body (it’s this way…)

This book shares Shelley’s 7-step process to weight loss mastery that she created to lose 90 pounds.

She’s kept the weight off 10+ years and has successfully coached many women in her common sense, no judgement process that works.

Shelley is the Creator & Founder of Losing Coach®, the international weight loss coaching program for women. After successfully losing and keeping off 90 pounds on her own, Shelley created her seven step process to help other women do the same. Continue reading

Secondhand Scotch: How One Family Survived in Spite of Themselves

Secondhand Scotch: How One Family Survived in Spite of Themselves by Cathy CurranWhen your grandparents make bathtub gin and go shopping with funny money, and your dad flaunts his degree from the school of hard knocks, you grow up learning that “life ain’t no got-dem picnic.”

These lessons are handed down to Cathy Curran by Eastern European immigrants who learned how to survive caring little for aesthetics–“if it worrrks, who gives a got-dem what da hell it looks like.” Continue reading

The Baron and The Enchantress (An Enchantress Novel Book 3)

​Lilith Chambers’ quiet life as a parish midwife shatters when the brother thought responsible for her death discovers she’s alive and well.

Having been raised in an orphanage, she has few memories of her real parentage or the circumstances of her disappearance from the life she ought to have. As she reorients herself in a new life, she meets the one man she can’t have.

Walter Hobbs, Baron Collingwood, is struggling to assume the mantle of his untimely inheritance. Then he meets Lilith Chambers Continue reading

In Between

In Between by Kari Lynn M67 days. That’s all I have.

People keep coming here, asking the girl in that bed to wake up. But I’m not her, not anymore. I need to go, but I can’t leave, and there’s only one way out. I don’t want to be left here, in between.

About the Author:

Kari Lynn M. is the recipient of the 1st Annual Author Encouragement Award for Students awarded to a new student each year courtesy of Digital Book Girl! Continue reading

The Dark (A Division 53 Novel Book 1)

While pursuing a knowledgeable, evasive target, Malkarai ends up in Cavington, a politically neutral town that is partially seceded from the greater United States – a place where agents aren’t always allowed and mutants like him are never welcome.

This only proves to be a problem when he runs into Satyrna after apprehending a thief. Wanting to repay him for his help, she forces her friendship on the stranger to help him avoid the prejudice of the locals, but ends up causing an avalanche of problems she never foresaw. Continue reading

Mindfire

“For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required.”

Leia Hamilton can move things and set them on fire with her mind.

Leia’s father and step-mother tried to hide their past: a time when they were part of a team of superheroes. But despite being disbanded for over twenty years following a series of tragedies, their problems were passed to their children and Leia finds that her future collides with their past. Continue reading

Sparky Lost Her Flame

Sparky is a “spirited” dragon who skips the brushing one morning because she doesn’t like the taste of toothpaste. She decides that her teeth are “clean enough.”

Her day at school starts off normal until she realizes that her handy flame is nowhere to be found. This causes some frustrating and socially awkward situations that will keep the reader laughing!

Will Sparky find her flame, and better yet, will she learn why brushing is so important? Continue reading

Escape from Uncle Sam’s Plantation

A teacher for over two decades, Edward Temple knows all about what your kids are learning in school.

He has teaching experience in rural schools and big city schools in Florida, Pennsylvania, and in Ohio.

He has wanted to speak out for many years but feared losing his job.

Mr. Temple finally made the escape and is now teaching at a Christian school where he has the freedom to expose the truth. Continue reading

Meet Me at the Hanging Tree

Val’s boyfriend proposes—at last—and the romance-challenged slug can’t even get that right. So she’s off with best friend Stella for the vacation of a lifetime!

An RV breakdown strands them in a picturesque Australian small town. After starting work at a boutique winery to pay for repairs, Val gets a second job as a journalist. Her attraction to her editor, sexy smart-ass Tim, is teetering towards love when a mob-backed consortium’s campaign for a casino development turns nasty. Continue reading

Fame & Privilege

Billionaire Jenn Cooper has run her own movie studio for the last 3 years with the utmost success. Everything in her life has been easy due to the wealth and privilege she’s been afforded.

Ryan Price is a young and talented manager in Hollywood who represents up-and-coming starlet Julia Belle.

What will happen when Price and Cooper try to collaborate on one of Hollywood’s most promising stories to date? Let’s just say that things in Hollywood never follow the script. Continue reading

Suspended Heart: Stories

In an explosion of love’s metaphors, Fowler’s debut magic realism collection, SUSPENDED HEART, takes on American fabulism with a cast of unexpected heroines in the narratives of life and loss—

women whose hearts fall out at public malls, women whose bodies bloom with changing seasons, women who sprout blades or have multiple eyes, sleep as snakes, or birth saints like lapis lazuli babies. There’s a fearlessness to this prose, a melody of life and magic and loss. Continue reading

Daytona Sands (Rick Sands Suspense Novels Book 1)

Daytona Sands (Rick Sands Suspense Novels Book 1) by Gary FidelIn what appears to be an open-and-shut case, a young surfing champion is killed and his mother confesses to the crime.

Rick Sands, Executive Assistant State’s Attorney in Daytona Beach, Florida, knows the victim and his mother, an old high school classmate. He is also familiar with what lies behind the glamorous facade of “The World’s Most Famous Beach” and his instincts now tell him that there is more to this case than simply a mother inflicting fatal injuries during a violent argument with her son . . . but can he prove it? Continue reading

Freedom To Change: Why You Are The Way You Are and What You Can Do About It

Freedom To Change: Why You Are The Way You Are and What You Can Do About It by Gregory L. Little, Kimberly J. Prachniak, and Stanley W. PrachniakFreedom To Change presents profound truths about human nature and how we make choices.

We have three drives deeply embedded in us—the will to survive, to reproduce, and to make our lives easier and more pleasurable. These drives help form our beliefs, control our habits, and lead to our destiny as individuals.

We have a desire to organize things so that we can better control the chaotic world around us. Our beliefs are one way we organize and interpret the world. Continue reading

Princess of Wind and Sea (The Princess of Nature Series Book 2)

Princess of Wind and Sea (The Princess of Nature Series Book 2) by Cassandra FinnertyIn 1773, the prince and princess travel across the globe on a series of secret missions.

Along the way, they run into unexpected dangers.

Aisling’s magical abilities are increasing, but dark forces who seek to destroy her powers are hunting them.

The prince must protect her at all costs, as they fight for survival and abiding love. Continue reading

Moving Forward

Sometimes in life, when one door closes, another door opens. Yet, we spend so much time looking at the closed door, and we ignore the open door of opportunity, love, and advancement. That’s not the case for Juanita Jackson.

In Moving Forward, Author Juanita Jackson tells her courageous story of moving forward in challenging circumstances. While abandoned by her parents, she found the beauty in her warm and compassionate grandparents who filled in the gap. Continue reading

Out of Darkness (War of the Sisters Book 1)

Out of Darkness War of the Sisters Book 1From the earth, Lilith and Asherah formed beings in their own image, woven of ice and fire, light and darkness. Satisfied, the goddesses slept.

When the sisters awaken, it’s to a version of humanity they did not intend. One Lilith rejects with icy fury. Fallen children of death and pain.

After their failed attempt, Lilith promises to rain destruction on it all and retreat into the Void. Asherah, seeing the dim glow of her original children still flickering within humanity, vows her fiery protection Continue reading

Don’t Tell: A Riveting Mystery

Alex Ryder is the best detective in her division, but she’s harboring a secret that could kill her entire career.

When Detective Alex Ryder picks up a new homicide case, no one knows her secret connection to the murder. As personal issues and an obsessive nature threaten her career, Alex follows a lead onto the Emerald Adventure, a cruise ship heading to the Bahamas for five days. But the killer’s on board, and it’s only a matter of time before someone else dies. 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

The Broken Tree (The Laurelhurst Chronicles Book 3)

An anxious homecoming. A three-hundred-year-old curse. A betrayal that threatens to break the Cavert and Bainbridge families apart. Welcome home to Laurelhurst.

Lancashire, Summer 1959. Fifteen years ago, Lydie Cavert Bainbridge left the dark memories of her youth at Laurelhurst Manor behind her.

Now thirty-two, an expectant Lydie returns with her family of five with two goals: Continue reading