My Splendid Concubine

My Splendid Concubine

Robert Hart arrives in China in 1854, and his love for a concubine almost destroys him. Soon, he becomes the only foreigner the Emperor of China trusts and helps end the bloodiest rebellion in world history. Based on a true story.

“Those who are interested in unconventional romances with an out-of-the ordinary setting will find plenty to enjoy.” – Historical Novel Society $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Road to the Breaking

Road to the Breaking

It’s early 1860, and war hero Captain Nathaniel Chambers, commander U.S. Army Fort Davis in the west Texas wilderness, has received a summons home to his family planation in Virginia. What ensues is an epic journey across a young nation seething with debauchery, brutality, corruption, and political intrigue, unwittingly on the brink of an unimaginable disaster; the American Civil War. Free on Kindle.

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Iron Blood & Sacrifice (The Sons of Beli Mawr)

Iron Blood & Sacrifice (The Sons of Beli Mawr)

This iron-age saga brings to life some of Wales’ oldest and most revered heroes, those of Mabinogion fame. Lludd Llaw Ereint, Nynniaw, Rianaw, Caswallawn Fawr and Llefelys all walk again in this ground-breaking and entertaining trilogy. Never before have the invasions of Julius Caesar been told in this modern and contemporary way and from the Brythons’ own perspective.

Iron Blood & Sacrifice is a bloody romp through the palisaded hillforts of an ancient Britain when its five Kingdoms were riven by treachery and division. Head-hunters, shadow stalkers and all manner of wild and ungovernable tribes occupy ‘Prydein’ in this almost primal era, but they are forced by their priesthood to put aside past differences and to come together as one for the first time to face a new enemy.

It is no ordinary enemy arriving at their southern shores, as Caesar’s marching machine of tyranny has vanquished every force put in front of it, and the disparate tribes of Prydein must achieve a rare and never-before achieved unity to face this killer of Kings and his unstoppable army. $6.99 on Kindle.

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Sundays

Sundays

Dustin Murphy’s blocked memory of childhood trauma is the key to unravelling a modern-day threat. Can he remember in time to prevent disaster?

Haunted by the ghosts of his childhood, Dustin doesn’t understand why he is so disconnected to the world. His mother suggests he may find answers by studying their family’s past, which takes him back to:

1934, Harlem—His Great Aunt Rita is a fixer in the numbers racket. She works side by side with Bumpy Johnson and runs the bank for the operation while her family struggles to be accepted in New York because of the color of their skin.

1815, Nevis—Dustin’s early ancestors are split between the planter elite and the slave population. Their actions during these final years of slavery set the tone for the family for years to come.

Dustin uncovers long-suppressed family secrets while he learns about his own problems from the past. Everything comes to a head in Charlottesville, Virginia, when he and his sister participate in a rally that pits White supremacists against all those who oppose them. Can he unlock his memory in time to prevent disaster? $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Georgia Express

The Georgia Express

April 1862. The Civil War has been raging for a year. Union scout James Andrews hatches a bold plan to end the war go behind enemy lines in Georgia, steal a southern locomotive and bring it north, destroying the rail line and splitting the confederacy in two.

Union soldier John Wilson volunteers for the mission and embarks on a harrowing journey in enemy country to reach the town of Big Shanty. There, the other soldiers steal the locomotive called “The General” and embark a wild chase through the Georgia countryside with “The General”s engineer, Bill Fuller, in hot pursuit. $2.99 on Kindle.

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We Are Broken

We Are Broken

THE MUST READ HISTORICAL FICTION THRILLER OF THE YEAR

IT’S NOT ONLY WAR THAT CREATES MONSTERS …

The Great War may be over but for disfigured veteran Charlie Hobbs, peace brings its own struggle. Appalled by his gruesome appearance, Hobbs enlists the help of renowned sculptor Francis Derwent Wood, who creates him a lifelike mask to conceal his broken face.

But in yearning for acceptance and a return to the life and the love, he left behind, Hobbs finds the country he fought for shattered by grief; an England in mourning for those who didn’t return.

And he is about discover that it’s not only war that creates monsters.

Demons can lurk deep within; and when they threaten to resurface, everything is at risk. See price on Kindle.

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Soldiers of Freedom

Soldiers of Freedom

Winner of the American Fiction Best Book Awards and Readers’ Favorite Book Awards. SOLDIERS OF FREEDOM is the true story of the 1944-1945 War in Western Europe and the final Allied struggle to conquer Nazi Germany. The story is told through the eyes of William McBurney, a tank gunner in the 761st Tank Battalion, the first African-American tank unit in U.S. history. $0.99 on Kindle.

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On the Trail of Delusion – Jim Garrison: The Great Accuser

On the Trail of Delusion – Jim Garrison: the Great Accuser
This compelling new book debunks the JFK Conspiracy theories! Finally, learn the truth as Litwin exposes Jim Garrison, the New Orleans District Attorney, who ‘solved’ the JFK assassination in 1967. Written with well-researched facts and filled with documentation, Litwin has gone from conspiracy theorist to debunker. Find out why. $2.99 on Kindle.

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The DNA of Democracy

The DNA of Democracy

Historical vignettes discerning the future of our democracy by rediscovering the past of tyranny & democracy. Just as DNA is interwoven in the human body, tyranny and democracy have their historically distinctive DNA. He constructs a blueprint of what defines tyranny or democratic government. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Encounters Unforeesen

Encounters Unforeesen

After 525 years, the traditional literature recounting the history of Columbus’s epic voyage and first encounters with Native Americans remains Eurocentric, focused principally—whether pro- or anti-Columbus—on Columbus and the European perspective. A historical novel, Encounters Unforeseen: 1492 Retold now dramatizes these events from a bicultural perspective, fictionalizing the beliefs, thoughts, and actions of the Native Americans who met Columbus side by side with those of Columbus and other Europeans, all based on a close reading of Columbus’s Journal, other primary sources, and anthropological studies. $1.99 on Kindle.

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Forgotten Valor: A Novel of the Korean War

Forgotten Valor: A Novel of the Korean War

A green lieutenant. A ruthless enemy. A heart-wrenching choice he will have to live with the rest of his life — if he lives. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Paleolithic

Paleolithic

It is the Paleolithic period, where danger abounds, and life exists on the brink. Between the Mt. Lebanon mountain range and the Mediterranean coast, Sira and her band of nomadic hunters have been broken and scattered by the invasion of a technologically superior, war-like tribe of conquerors. In order to survive, new bonds must be formed, and loyalties will be tested, as Sira and her family rally to stand against a force their world has never known. They will be forced to learn new skills and make allies with a legendary ancient people, whose very existence remained a myth, but will it be enough? Discover a mysterious stone age world and follow the gripping tale of these prehistoric people to its explosive conclusion in this adrenaline-fueled adventure. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Washington’s Headquarters at Valley Forge: A Biography of a National Shrine (Second Edition)

Washington's Headquarters at Valley Forge: A Biography of a National Shrine (Second Edition)

The House used by General Washington at Valley Forge still stands today.

This history honors its simple beauty and sketches some features of the time which gave it form.

Beyond that, it follows the vicissitudes of the building’s post-revolutionary experience, and finally, celebrates the fact that it has survived. Free on Kindle.

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Book about a Book

Book about a Book
This is a fun review of the publication, Ladies’ Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness, written around a hundred years ago by Florence Hartley. I will take a journey through the book and compare the advice given by Ms. Hartley to modern-day advice. Some ideas are still standing such as treating others as you would like to be treated and respecting others’ opinions. However, other statements show the drastic change from the Victorian era to the world we live in today, such as the development of information technology, where, for example,we have the ability to book a hotel from anywhere in the world and read its reviews. Take this trip back in time with me and let’s discover the radical change in the behavior and freedom of women. This is not a typical book review and you don’t have to read the book I’m reviewing in order to enjoy Book about a Book. The subject matter of etiquette of the Victorian era can be quite easily imagined.

Book about a Book provides a comparison between modern days and the days of the Victorian era. Give this book a chance,you might just love it! $2.99 on Kindle

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Book About a Book

Book About a Book
This is a fun review of the publication, Ladies’ Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness, written around a hundred years ago by Florence Hartley. I will take a journey through the book and compare the advice given by Ms. Hartley to modern-day advice. Some ideas are still standing such as treating others as you would like to be treated and respecting others’ opinions. However, other statements show the drastic change from the Victorian era to the world we live in today, such as the development of information technology, where, for example, we have the ability to book a hotel from anywhere in the world and read its reviews. Take this trip back in time with me and let’s discover the radical change in the behavior and freedom of women. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Book About a Book

Book About a Book
This is a fun review of the publication, Ladies’ Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness, written around a hundred years ago by Florence Hartley. I will take a journey through the book and compare the advice given by Ms. Hartley to modern-day advice. Some ideas are still standing such as treating others as you would like to be treated and respecting others’ opinions. However, other statements show the drastic change from the Victorian era to the world we live in today, such as the development of information technology, where, for example, we have the ability to book a hotel from anywhere in the world and read its reviews. Take this trip back in time with me and let’s discover the radical change in the behavior and freedom of women. $2.99 on Kindle.

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The DNA of Democracy

The DNA of Democracy

An American poet writes a compilation of historical vignettes, discerning the future of our democracy by rediscovering the combative, instructive, fascinating past of tyranny and democracy. Just as DNA is interwoven in every aspect of the human body, tyranny and democracy have their historically distinctive DNA that have shaped our democracy today. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Inspired by Art: Rise to Power

Free: Inspired by Art: Rise to Power
How did the masters of art imagine the decline of the House of Saul and David’s rise to the throne?
This collection follows the most iconic figure in history and the beginning of his reign in a stormy era. Free on Kindle.

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