Richard Youngblood, aspiring Congressman, is about to find out. He’s running on a platform of honesty and transparency—and against the advice of his friends and advisers he’s decided to start with himself. His autobiography will lay his entire life bare before voters just days before the election.
Lilly Kaiser had come to terms with her solitary, uncomplicated life after becoming a young widow. So when a stranger delivers an old violin to her Berlin antiques shop and tells Lilly it belongs to her, she’s completely bewildered. Why should she be the one to inherit such an exquisite instrument?Together with her best friend, Ellen, and handsome musicologist Gabriel Thornton, Lilly sets out to explore the violin’s legacy. From England to Italy to Indonesia, she follows its winding trail. Along the way, she learns of Rose Gallway, a beautiful woman of English and Sumatran descent who lived among Sumatra’s lush gardens more than a hundred years earlier. A celebrated and sought-after musician, Rose once owned Lilly’s violin and regularly played concerts for Sumatra’s colonial elite—until, one day, she simply disappeared.As Lilly unravels the mystery behind Rose’s story—and uncovers other unexpected secrets—she’ll come to see her own life in an entirely new light. And as each shared discovery brings her closer to Gabriel, her heart might finally break its long-held silence.
This family saga that begins in 1981 on an English estate. When Jack and Nellie Fletcher discover that their teenage daughter Emma is having an affair with a married man she is sent away to stay with her aunt and uncle on their farm in Derbyshire. Nellie is fiercely protective and will do anything necessary to shield her daughter and the family’s reputation, but a decision she makes curses them over the next thirty years. As the secrets unfold and a family is torn apart, the twists and turns, drama, suspense and tragedy of this tale will hold readers until the end. $0.99 on Kindle.
Kyle Conway is about to make a breakthrough for Conway Brothers Construction Co.—a long sought after opportunity for a major real estate score. His wife and two boys will prosper, his brother-partner will do the same. And the Conways are delighted that friend and business colleague, Mauricio Solares, will have the chance to rise higher in society than other Mexican immigrants trying to realize the American Dream. But all is not what it seems… ($0.99 on Kindle)
When will the world end? Is there a New World Order Coming? Who is the Antichrist? Why is there a hell? Why does Satan even exist? What is the nature of God? Why am I here? Where did I come from? How old is the Universe? How and why was it created? Who or what are the Illuminati? What about demons, ghosts, and aliens? How did I end up in paradise instead of the pit? What if you could know the answers to life’s greatest questions? What if you could know the future? This would be the ultimate journey for most, a virtuous and wondrous trip through space and time to answer the big questions and experience the glory of heaven and Earth. But through the eyes of the often irreverent and confused George Somerset, it is a sad, horrific, and satirical misadventure, a black comedy for Christians and nonbelievers alike. Read the first few pages and begin a journey you will never forget… $0.99 on Kindle.
The sensational New York Times bestseller from Marisa de los Santos, Belong to Me is a gift for readers, an enchanting, luminous novel about the accidents, both big and small, that affect our choice of friend, lover, and spouse. $1.99 on Kindle.
“In The Rearview” tells Meagan’s story of depression and self-harm through poetry, journals, and narrative. It is a story of heartbreak. Meagan drowns in her depression, and she struggles to feel better. The only way she learns how to get control is dysfunctional and hurtful to both herself and those around her. Healing and hope are possible, they’re out there somewhere, she just needs to use her writing as a tool to find them. She needs to heal before she cuts too deep. Learn more.
“Joe Sottile is on a mission to bring poetry back to the people. And why not? It makes us more civilized and brings out the best in us. ‘Why Poetry Can Save the Planet’ is his impassioned manifesto.” –JustKindleBo0ks
How can poetry cause dramatic changes for the better in our lives and for the planet? Find out inside. Free from 10/18 to 10/19.
A new Pope, a world in social and political chaos, and a 17-year-old singer and songwriter who has his unbelief tested as his big mouth accidentally propels him towards global superstardom. These are the ingredients of this thought provoking novel for the young adult religious skeptic, taking a tongue-in-cheek look at the differences and similarities between religion and stardom.
Readers of Jodi Picoult and Elin Hilderbrand might enjoy “Before the Storm” by Steena Holmes.
Before the first shots are fired in Stillwater Elementary School, life was normal for five women who were close friends. Their monthly girls’ night was coming up and they couldn’t wait to get together. They all needed this night to run away and be carefree. But no one expected their lives to be torn apart.
This is a novella is a prequel to “Stillwater Rising.” A portion of all proceeds will be donated to KidsPeace.org to help stop school violence.
In the engrossing family saga “The Belief in Angels” Jules, a quirky girl growing up in a chaotic family in the ’70’s is forced to become her brother’s caretakers. Gut-wrenching and gritty, the story also transports readers to Jule’s grandfather’s harrowing and tragic experiences as a young man sentenced to the Majdanek death camp in the 1920’s. Learn more.
Agnes Hussein is seventeen, a descendant of the sultan of Singapore, and the last surviving member of her immediate family. In the historical fiction novel, “The Moonlight Palace,” Agnes transforms from teenager to woman while trying to save the crumbling Kampong Glam palace, a once-opulent villa given to her family in exchange for giving Singapore to the British. Shop Now.
The Last Stoic is a historical fiction that takes place in two parallel settings: ancient Rome and modern America. The story unfolds with the same characters but the setting alternates between ancient and modern, the similarities between the two time periods are so strong. The main character gets imprisoned for a crime he didn’t commit and through the writings of Marcus Aurelius, learns what it means to be a Stoic and how to survive and thrive in an unjust world. Shop now.
Jane Eyre Rochester built Eyre Hall after her marriage to Edward Rochester. Twenty-two years have passed and while Jane is coping with the imminent death of her bedridden husband, Richard Mason has returned from Jamaica to disclose more secrets and ruin her happiness once again. Jane will be drawn into a complex conspiracy threatening everything she holds dear. What is she prepared to do to safeguard her family and preserve her own stability?