Free: The Gentle Art Of Forgetting

Free: The Gentle Art Of Forgetting
A 30-year-old woman named Jane Dawn wakes in a snow-covered hut with no memories, but the suspicion she may have been responsible for something terrible. Set over two timescales in two very different places, you’ll uncover the mystery of Jane’s curious life in this tale of love, loss, memory, magic, and mortality. Free on Kindle.

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Lucid Dream

Lucid Dream
This is the era of technology. Two years ago, Suraj, a teenager, dreamed about a life devoted to technology. Today, he wants to be an author while millions of technocrats are in corporate careers, civil services, and entrepreneurship. Suraj has a Lucid Dream, a dream in which one is aware that one is dreaming. One’s teenage years are full of dreams. But not every dream is a sweet one. Sometimes Suraj has nightmares just like his friends. They know how it feels knocking on heaven’s door! Do you? $0.70 on Kindle.

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Free: Chasing Rabbits

Free: Chasing Rabbits

As a driven fourth-year medical student, Rudy Dell is all about numbers and school standing. But in an unexpected turn of events, he finds himself assigned to the Oncology unit of the University Pediatric Hospital, in unfamiliar territory and answering to a demanding attending physician.

Unbeknownst to him, he will face a most unexpected test, as the children of the oncology unit show him he might not be quite prepared for the upcoming weeks, and maybe not quite prepare to become a doctor. Free on Kindle.

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Arnold Falls

Arnold Falls

Spend time in the funny, oddball village of Arnold Falls, where larger-than-life characters deal with the smallest of problems. Somehow, it all comes out right in the end. Arnold Falls is a novel that tips its hat to Armistead Maupin and P. G. Wodehouse, creating a world in which food, music, friendship, love, and tending your own garden are connected in surprising ways.  $0.99 on Kindle.

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While You Walked By

While You Walked By

A young homeless boy.
An old man who had lost everything.
An unlikely friendship that brought healing to both.

Ben doesn’t know what to think when a homeless boy shows up late one night behind Angelo’s Bakery where he works as a handyman. He’d seen his share of suffering humanity on the streets of Philadelphia, but this boy is so young…so vulnerable.

Pushing sixty and feeling as if his life has no purpose, Ben wrestles with his own demons. A recovering alcoholic, he is gripped with remorse over the loss of his wife and son, but determined to stay sober.

Twelve-year-old Aden starts to run when an old man comes out of Angelo’s Bakery and catches him hiding, but something about the man draws Aden to him. Terrified and naive to life on the streets, Aden was forced to forge his own survival in the face of dangerous predators and violence after his mother abandoned him almost a year ago.

Can Aden trust the gentle old man who offers him food and a hand of friendship?

Will Ben be able to forgive himself and search for his son?

While You Walked By delivers a heartfelt, coming-of-age story about the hope that can be found even in the most desperate circumstances.
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Northern Wolf (Northern Wolf Series Book 1)

Northern Wolf (Northern Wolf Series Book 1)

Northern Wolf is a military historical fiction adventure set in the American Civil War. Follow a small group of green Union cavalrymen fighting for each other and a land they hardly know in a novel that depicts the fraying fabric of a nation that is battling for its identity.

Join the 13th Michigan Volunteer Cavalry as they ride on a collision course with J. E. B. Stuart’s elite cavalry “the Invincibles” near a small Pennsylvanian town, Gettysburg. $0.99 on Kindle.

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EMOTIVES

EMOTIVES

Life’s experiences and historical events made into poetry. Ready for some deep and emotional reading that you can connect to? $4.99 on Kindle


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Free: Sockeye

Free: Sockeye
Joe Wallace returns to a remote Oregon valley from self-imposed exile to bury the father who abandoned him a decade ago. Sad, alone and drinking, Joe has nearly given up on life and love. The escalating threats rekindle a fire Joe thought was dead or buried in him. When his jealous brother tries to develop the family’s land, Joe must make a stand. Free on Kindle.

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By the Sea

By the Sea
A comic look at love, sex, and the pursuit of happiness taking place in and around a residential hotel by the sea. The architecturally eclectic Briers Hotel is situated on Leech Beach, a not particularly inviting beach, being often fog-bound and always scruffy. But it’s the perfect setting for the ensemble cast of characters who put up with the scruffy-ness of life while striving to make it through their various personal seaside fogs. Theater; art; antiques; old movies; sex; death; fast and slow cars, military bearing and theatrical posturing all figure into this merry tale with a multitude of happy endings. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Adalbert

Adalbert

Action-packed medieval epic set in the 12th century. Adalbert is a restless young man who seeks adventure and finds plenty of it. The stage is set for a sweeping journey across France, Normandy, England and a dramatic sea voyage to a long-forgotten island in the northern sea. This is the second novel in the Astrolabe series by the Hipkins Twins, but can stand by itself. $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Incident Pit

The Incident Pit
There have been so many deaths at this massive, old, flooded quarry over the years they’ve nicknamed it ‘The Incident Pit’. The bottom of it has never been reached and so there’s an obsession by divers to be the first to get there. And as the authorities threaten to close the dive site for good this obsession is intensified as the chance to be the conqueror of the Pit is gone forever.

In the wake of the death of its latest victim, Rob, views are polarised in the club. Fiona now plans to give up diving altogether but Martin is more determined than ever to be that conqueror. But as everyone refuses to go with him he is forced the consider breaking the hallowed diving rule; never dive alone.

Fiona and Martin argue furiously about what counts as bravery and what as recklessness. When does ambition turn into suicide? But undeterred, Martin carries on. After all, he argues; what’s the point of living if we don’t take risks? And so he plans his dive – and a whole new adventure begins. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Angel of Mercy

Free: Angel of Mercy

She had her entire life planned until the Great War began and everything changed.

April 1914. Barrie, Ontario. Hettie Steward is feisty, educated, ambitious and stubborn. Her fiancé, Geoffrey Bartlette, the love of her life since childhood, has been a patient man. He waited while she attended nursing school and worked a year, but now it is time to wed. While Hettie is thrilled to be starting her life with Geoffrey, she laments that marriage means sacrificing her beloved nursing career, and domestic life brings her nothing but drudgery and boredom.

When the Great War begins a few months into their marriage, Geoffrey enlists and persuades Hettie to join the Canadian Army Nursing Service and follow him overseas. After all, everyone says the war will be short, and it will be their opportunity to have a proper honeymoon. Returning to work is exactly what Hettie was craving, and she eager accepts.

The war, however, does not end quickly. Soon tragedy strikes, proving true the old adage “be careful what you wish for, you just might get it.” Geoffrey is killed at the Second Battle of Ypres, and Hettie is faced with a choice. Return home or stay in Europe and continue nursing? Moreover, will she discover the person she is meant to be now that her life has been steered onto a new path?

Angel of Mercy is the first in a trilogy following Hettie and her family as they navigate the challenges and heartbreak World War 1 brings. Free on Kindle.

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After the Voyage

After the Voyage
At the heart of After the Voyage is an arranged marriage poisoned by well-intentioned lies. From different counties in Ireland, Maggie Qualter and Richard Terrett both sail to America as young adults in 1870 after surviving Ireland’s Great Hunger as children. Maggie works as a maid for a wealthy family. Richard finds work in a tannery. After the death of the young wife he loves passionately, Richard marries Maggie with the help of a deceptive go-between. 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. Daughter Mary dreams of being a nun, while Josie seeks the freedom of big-city life in Boston. Neither reckons on the future she will face. Son Tom escapes factory life by joining the Navy, manages to see the world in the midst of two wars, and comes home to marry his sweetheart and start a new life. Their stories are both remarkable and familiar to everyone whose ancestors made their way to and in America.

The events in the Terretts’ lives are as they emerge from the public record. But their inner lives, their thoughts, their relationships, their words are imagined as a route to understanding these five complicated and fascinating people. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Ten Minute Tales of the Old West

Ten Minute Tales of the Old West

A rip-roaring collection of western short stories free of sex, swearing and slow-moving filler describing every rock, bush and cactus in the desert.

It’s action, adventure, and drama at its finest featuring good guys standing tall against bad guys at their dastardliness. $3.99 on Kindle.

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The Gentle Art Of Forgetting

The Gentle Art Of Forgetting

Jane Dawn wakes in a snowbound hut with no memory, but the suspicion she may be responsible for something terrible. Discover the mystery of Jane’s life in this tale of love, loss, mortality, and magic. “…engrossing, moving… surprising… I haven’t read anything quite like it before.” – Sandra Makower, Goodreads $0.99 on Kindle.

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Forgotten Valor: A Novel of the Korean War

Forgotten Valor: A Novel of the Korean War

Forgotten Valor: A Novel of the Korean War is a visceral work of historical fiction covering the first three months of America’s forgotten war. If you like under-examined military history, gritty details, and soldiers’ perspectives, then you’ll love Richard Thomas Lane’s story of courage under fire. $2.99 on Kindle.

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The Pugilist Poets of Venice

The Pugilist Poets of Venice
Meet Hammerhead Hirsch, a charismatic middle-aged boho known in the 60s as The Pugilist Poet for his Golden Gloves boxing crown and Beat poetry chops. Thirty years later Head has become a first-time father, and his joy is immense—until the mom bolts. Can Head last fifteen rounds as a single dad with a paltry income, scanty prospects, biting demons, and a “ball-and-chain” kid? The tale is told by a worshipful youth who accompanies Head and his son on a turbulent yet often hilarious ten-year ride. $1.99 on Kindle.

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You’re Welcome: A Dog Lovers Novel

You’re Welcome: A Dog Lovers Novel

You’re Welcome by A. J. Arentz is an Amazon Best Seller. This heartwarming, inspiring and laugh-out-loud story is inspired by true events, and narrated by our furry best friend. Ludo, a German Shepherd and Melody, a young high-spirited woman, find each other needing one another more than they know to make it through the perils life has in store for them! The pair forge an unbreakable relationship, and with it navigate hardship, depression and love! If you have ever loved a dog this book is a must-read! $0.99 on Kindle.

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