The stories of four exceptional heroes merges in the Hungarian front. A gripping and multidimensional view of World War II, read with bated breath. Free on Kindle.
In this Irish American story, Maggie Qualter and Richard Terrett both sail to America as young adults in 1870, having survived Ireland’s Great Hunger as children. After the death of the young wife he loves passionately, Richard marries Maggie with the help of a deceptive go-between who brews trouble in their marriage that never goes away. They raise three children in the midst of Irish American culture, the Catholic Church, and Richard’s battles for the workingman in the Knights of Labor. $2.99 on Kindle.
In pre-Celtic Ireland, Fionnuala was a fae princess, born to a life of luxury. She knew her duty and loved her family. She missed her mother, who died in childbirth when Fionnuala was but ten years old. Still, she had hopes and dreams of love and a full life. All her dreams were stolen from her, ripped away in a torrent of envy and magic. Now she must care for her three brothers while learning to live under an evil curse. Will she find a way to break the spell, or would they remain swans, tethered to three places for nine hundred years? $0.99 on Kindle.
Based on the diary of a countess in 1790s Poland, the saga of young Anna Maria begins in PUSH NOT THE RIVER (“all the sweep and romance of Gone with the Wind”) as she falls in love and competes with a scheming cousin, all while she and her family focus on their nation’ s defense against the three surrounding countries. In AGAINST A CRIMSON SKY, Napoleon urges Anna’s sons to accompany him on his fatal march to Moscow. THE WARSAW CONSPIRACY finds her youngest son at the heart of the Polish cadets’ rebellion against the mighty Russia. $1.99 on Kindle.
Spanning multiple decades, The Garment Maker’s Daughter follows Jewish immigrant Lena Rothman who moves to America to become a shirtwaist-maker and devoted suffragette. Her life is quickly derailed when she finds herself falling in love with her best friend’s boyfriend Jake Brenner. Their love is put on hold, however, when a devastating fire engulfs the shirtwaist factory where they both work and Lena must fight for her life. In the chaos of the fire’s aftermath, Lena and Jake are torn apart but the consequences of their secret continues for generations. A tale of friendship, love and fate, The Garment Maker’s Daughter is a bittersweet story of unforgettable characters.
When a frightened young outlaw joins a gang of violent criminals their names – against a backdrop of death, dishonour, brotherhood, and love – will become legend. “Wolf’s Head” brings the brutality, injustice and intensity of life in medieval England vividly to life, and marks the beginning of a thrilling new historical fiction series in the style of Bernard Cornwell and Simon Scarrow. $0.99 on Kindle.
A tidbit of a story acknowledging the coming of age of us all. They are often melancholy times, staying with us as we grow into adulthood and remember — “oh yeah.” We remind ourselves about the summers, the people we met, and the things we learned even though our parents tried to shield us from them. This short story follows Gail on a visit to her grandparents’ country store in the Texas panhandle in the early ’60’s where she meets Audrey. Her summer with Audrey haunts Gail, and she learns about ambiguity, irony, and the ruse of appearances. The time was magical, simple, and complicated at the same time. Families didn’t have the conveniences of technology or the comforts of air conditioning and microwave ovens, but somehow there were other things to delight in: homemade cornbread, a promised soda in the heat of the afternoon, a new book of paper dolls, a little dog who did the same trick each time he was asked, the predictability of a grandfather stirring his pipe. This story of summer is ambiguous also, dark and haunting, but also threaded with childhood memories: the smell of red dirt and Sulphur filled clouds, unrelenting heat, and the bawdy arrogance of a violent storm. Two young girls living in the same summer, but each going a different way when August ends. $0.99 on Kindle.
For four women, the Civil War has sparked a bout of change within them that cannot be ignored; for Delia Hennessey, it has created a passion for life that will not be denied. It is the reason that she convinces three of her closest friends to join her in contacting men across the country who have placed advertisements for mail order brides, hoping to find the ones who would be a part of each young woman’s next great adventure. When she answers the ad of a wealthy landowner in Wyoming, she is positive that she has met the perfect man–but when she arrives, things are not all as they seem. Can Delia survive this abrupt change of events? And if she does, will she be able to satisfy her lonely, aching heart? Free on Kindle.
What if the only way to survive your life is to go back in history and right the wrongs of two other men’s lives? Patrick Walsh finds himself in this precarious position as he goes back in time to the French Caribbean in 1790, just before the slave revolt, which created Haiti, and 1863 NYC during the Draft Riots. Tackling race relations from a unique perspective, Failed Moments is a thought-provoking adventure through four centuries that questions the measure of a man not by his decision to do no harm, but his willingness to act on what is right. $0.99 on Kindle.
An epic novel, PUSH NOT THE RIVER paints the rich story of Poland in the late 1700s. “It contains all the sweep of Gone with the Wind, with a heroine who remains strong in the face of both personal and political tragedy….at once timeless and timely.” -India Edghill, author of Queenmaker. Free on Kindle.
As the Christian hold on the Holy Land crumbles, Templar Knight, Salvatore and his leader, the Mason fight to defend the ancient city of Acre. They have a duty to defend their last bastion in the region and to defend a mysterious artifact whose very existence cannot be revealed to the man tasked with its safety.In today’s world. Peter Sparke and Professor Tilly Pink take on the challenge of uncovering the fate of the fabled Silver Scroll, unsure whether it even exits. Free on Kindle.
Irish Traveler Éamonn loves gambling, women, and drinking, not necessarily in that order. But he’s entangled in a true mess when he falls for fiery redhead, Katie. When she’s married to a Scottish Traveler, Éamonn travels to Scotland to find her, with the help of Katie’s sister and cousin, and the magical brooch gifted by his father. Their quest takes them across the Irish Sea to the Isle of Skye, encountering war, betrayal, death. In the end, Éamonn must make his own luck. $0.99 on Kindle.
LONG ROAD TO ABILENE, is a classic hero’s journey, a western adventure that exemplifies the struggles, the defeats, and the victories that personify the history of the American West. After surviving the bloody battle of Franklin and the hell of a Yankee prison camp, Cade McCall comes home to the woman he loves only to find that she, believing him dead, has married his brother. With nothing left to keep him in Tennessee, Cade journeys to New Orleans where an encounter with a beautiful woman leads to being shanghaied for an unexpected adventure at sea. Returning to Texas, he signs on to drive a herd of cattle to Abilene, where he is drawn into a classic showdown of good versus evil, and a surprising reunion with an old enemy. $0.99 on Kindle.