In 1935 two young women cross paths. Their longings and restless intentions to discover secrets their parents have kept hidden, repel and attract them like contrary magnets. Their attitudes and decisions are altered by the controlling men in their lives, and while those same men believe their motives are honorable, the truth always carries itself with dignity while secrets fester. Will the women live long enough to discover the only thing either of them really wanted? $0.99 on Kindle.
From the moment William Somers first set foot in Henry VIII’s palace his heart belonged to a beautiful kitchen maid and his loyalty to a great king. But fools are destined to witness history, not make it, and so William must watch and jest as Henry pushes aside a loyal wife for a woman capable of bringing a kingdom to its knees. But when William’s dearest friend Mabel is forced to bend to an equally cruel fate in the forgotten depths of the kitchens will he find the strength to defend her? $4.99 on Kindle.
What happens when three ordinary people suddenly decide to do something extraordinary? Clint Westerly was a success until a fateful choice he makes tears his world all apart. Tanya Wilshire is broke but hell-bent on committing to her mother’s final deathbed request. 84-year-old Seamus Harrington needs to right an ancient wrong before time runs out. Filled with grit and determination, this unlikely trio of unexpected allies forms a Triangle of Hope against all odds, and together they take a courageous stand that will forever change their world and that around them. $0.99 on Kindle.
From settling in the newly founded colonies in the 17th century through the pinnacle of the Civil War, The Cedar is an adventurous tale of the trials and triumphs of human endeavor, a broad canvas of emotion, and an epic tale of struggle and strength. A story that is at times heartwarming, at others heartbreaking, we are introduced to generations of the Bodes family and those close to them as they struggle against enemies, the challenges of the new world, and personal conflict. $0.99 on Kindle.
The Irish Flapper, is a novel set in Manhattan during the exciting Roaring Twenties about a young Irish woman’s journey to America to fulfill her contrasting dreams of wealth and living the life of an artist. Once in America she awakens to the stark difference between her dreams and the disillusioning reality of an immigrant’s life. It is her new friends, flamboyant cousin and her new found love that make life in the big city an unforgettable adventure. $0.99 on Kindle.
A spellbinding saga on a truly epic scale with an awesome cast of real and fictional characters, Brazil unfolds “at ground level” in South America, Africa and Europe. Through the lives of two powerful families, Brazil is the first work of fiction to depict five turbulent centuries in the history of a remarkable land. $1.99 on Kindle.
Life is a feast to be devouredA popular history lecturer realizes at mid-life that he is not accountable to anyone, and decides to pursue his great passions: food, women and human history. Traveling through northern Italy, Wales, Devon and more, he learns and writes about food and the juicy stories behind it.For lovers of food and life, whether fat or slimA charming, funny and witty monologue by a fat man, that touches on his cravings for food and women, with detours into human history. A book about food and about people who like to eat, about unique places and extraordinary recipes: the paraphernalia of food, people, places and events.A portrait of a fat man who cannot be ignoredThe Fat Man’s Monologue is a book about love of life and food, and about delightful places, journeys and recipes. It offers an inspiringly optimistic and humanistic look at life, through the eyes of a charismatic hero-narrator who will stay with you long after the last page.Get your copy of The Fat Man’s Monologue now! Free on Kindle.
In 2016, Donald Trump won the presidential election of the the United States of America. It is now 2023. After seven years of far-reaching policy changes, the nation is in a period of upheaval. Segregation and racism have become the new norm, and people are struggling to live in a world without affordable health care or proper education. The Trump News Network would have people believe that everything is okay, but to the millions of people who are slipping to the bottom rungs of society, life is anything but fine. Dr. Brian Williams does his best to help others around him survive in this new world. But after being constantly persecuted for his political beliefs and the color of his skin, his faith in America fades as the anger and hatred that has become so common becomes a part of him. When he meets a group of people who promise a better alternative, will their hope for a better America be enough to trump the darkness that has spread across their country? Free on Kindle.
A preacher’s son, a father in hiding, a guilty heart filled with secrets: When Jesse Barlow escaped to Hollywood, he hungered for fame–but eleven years of failure result in a drug-induced suicide attempt. Revived at death’s doorstep, Jesse returns to his Ohio hometown to make amends with his preacher father, a former love, and Jesse’s own secret son. But Jesse’s renewed commitment becomes a baptism by fire when his son’s advanced illness calls for a sacrifice–one that could cost Jesse the very life he regained. A novel of mercy, hope and second chances, From the Dead captures the human spirit with tragedy and joy. Publisher’s full disclosure to readers: This novel of faith occurs within a true-to-life context of redemption, and contains adult language and content. $3.82 on Kindle.
Four-year-old Jonah appears to know by heart every word of his great-great-grandfather’s written legacy, mystifying his parents and his mother’s best friend Elizabeth. When he claims to have written the manuscript himself in another lifetime, they are incredulous. Elizabeth has her own troubles, too, including a charming but undependable boyfriend and a less-than-satisfying career. Despite her problems, her affection for her best friend’s son Jonah leads her to help him recreate his great-great-grandfather’s manuscript. All goes awry, though, when not only the irreplaceable manuscript but also the charming boyfriend disappear. In the process of searching for the original manuscript and her missing boyfriend, Elizabeth finds unexpected answers to her life’s deepest questions, answers that impel her to change her life in unforeseen ways. $2.99 on Kindle.
The year is eighteen sixty and at seventeen, May Huntley has lived all of her life in the quiet hamlet of Ashley Green, Cheshire, with her loving ma. One November night, a terrible tragedy occurs which is set to change her life forever. Taken in by the kind and elderly Mrs Weaver, who feels she must disclose some shocking family secrets, and warn her of the impending danger, May is left distraught. Finding herself in the evil hands of the ruthless Bill Haines, from the East End slums of London, May’s life is in grave danger. While Jack Turrell and his father Bart go in search of May, her family secrets continue to unravel, bringing more shocks and surprises, and a blossoming romance between her and Jack. $0.99 on Kindle.
This sequel begins where FAR AWAY HOME ends? What is the cost of living life on your own terms? For a young woman on the American Frontier, the price can be high. Aislynn Maher trusted the wrong man. To conceal her disgrace, she abandons her job, her home, her family and friends. She turns to the raw, contentious US marshal of the Wyoming Territory, Orrin Sage, who is hiding a guilty secret of his own.Setting out alone, Aislynn brings her optimism and determination to Cheyenne. But in this rough town, with its prejudice, violence and lawlessness, it’s not just difficult to do what you believe is right? it’s potentially deadly.This unlikely love story details real triumphs and tragedies from frontier women’s letters, diaries and newspapers of the day, and places Aislynn in the center of their history. EMBRACE THE WIND illuminates an intimate picture of the American frontier; the story of the women who changed the West and helped forge the freedoms we enjoy today. $0.99 on Kindle.
The country of Bendoria is facing certain invasion by an unstoppable force. There will be no adequate defense against the Korluz Horde, so a band of brave men, The Bendorian Scouts, undertakes a bold plan to escape with as many as will join them. Facing tremendous odds and treachery from an unknown source, they will flee and fight to hopefully save a remnant of their civilization. Free on Kindle.
Years ago, they made a discovery – an ancient well that may hold the key to everlasting life. Since the discovery, they have been observing the world up close and from afar. Over time, it has become apparent to them that the world is destroying itself. They decide to begin the next phase of their plan – a plan that threatens the very nature of human kind. Caleb is a US Marine living in Los Angeles with Darcy, his long-time girlfriend. One day, Darcy receives an email from one of her colleagues. Caleb sees something embedded in the attachments – a file that he recognizes from one of his missions. Now that his working life and personal life have overlapped, Caleb must rely on all his training and instincts if he is to keep himself and Darcy alive… See you in the next life. Nightfall is the first in a series that examines the nature of the human condition, asking the question – How can you tell black from white, when all that exists are various shades of grey? $4.91 on Kindle.
Curandero is a novel chronicling one patient’s challenging journey into the realm of mind-body medicine. Terminally ill at only twenty-seven years of age, Stefan Campeau has exhausted established treatment protocols to fight his disease, and inadvertently falls into the hands of enigmatic oncologist Dr. Miguel Calderón and controversial young herbalist Dr. Brian Sandler. Working in concurrence with each other, the two doctors’ therapies catapult Stefan into an unsettling unscrambling of his inner self, leading to a healing beyond his imagining. Curandero is a compilation of true experiences interwoven into a fictitious story. $0.99 on Kindle.