Forbidden Inheritance

Forbidden Inheritance
After Larry Cooper helps a neighbor, a simple question makes him doubt his true identity. Is his family really his family?

His parents aren’t talking. In fact, it starts to seem like no one but Larry wants to find out the truth.

What is his family hiding? With nothing left to lose, he digs into a past that he should have seen all along. $0.99 on Kindle.

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CITY OF PROMISES: An Atmospheric Romance of Mexico City’s Golden Age

CITY OF PROMISES: An Atmospheric Romance of Mexico City's Golden Age

A fantastic setting for this wonderfully written, memorable sweep through time, history, and the search for what love really means.

She’s a headliner showgirl star who knows all about the perils of glamour and fame; he’s an ambitious young entrepreneur with fine-tuned plans for his future. She is lust after by every privileged politico in the country and adept at fending most of them off. He is so consumed by his work, he didn’t even know who she was. That’s what Meche liked most about handsome Arturo when their lives crossed paths in the lounge car of the overnight express from Mexico City to Veracruz.

Meche wanted this man and she wouldn’t waste time letting him know it.

Arturo was smitten, but what of the other magnet in his life?

A man moving up meets all kinds of people in that seductive city. Powerful men who can boost business prospects or luscious women that will change the course of a life. Without women, life is without drama. Bottles of rum in smoke filled bars, music, sultry women and impassioned conversation. Opportunity, corruption and crime.

Ana knew it. “Arturo is a man with goodness in his heart. A girl like me could tell in an instant. He believed in me and he was so easy to love. Arturo couldn’t sense the warning signs a woman can. That pack of important politicos pulled him in. You cannot become compromised by their schemes and expect to walk away.”

Each day Arturo’s reasons for quitting got bigger and his way out got smaller. We all face consequential choices that define our life. “I had to do what I did or lose my soul.”

What can be said of life without one true love?

In many ways, City of Promises gives you exactly what Arturo was seeking in the big city – the thrill of excitement, adventure, magical love. And the murky world of corruption he was forced to adlib his way through. He was always a survivor.

You will want your comfy place to curl up and enjoy D Grant Fitter’s skillful mastery transporting you to a unique location in a different time. He weaves the threads of this historically acute adventure into an incredible story. $1.44 on Kindle.

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Princess of Independence

Princess of Independence

Princess Cristina Trivulzio possessed all the gifts that one attributes to the child whose cradle was surrounded by good fairies.” – Childhood Friend Caroline Jaubert Princess of Independence is an empowering Historical Fiction novel based on the life of the influential Italian noblewoman Cristina Trivulzio Belgiojoso, who was a staunch supporter of the Italian Revolution of 1848 and women’s rights, and close friend of important European writers and musicians Alexis de Tocqueville, Honoré de Balzac, Victor Hugo and Franz Liszt. $3.99 on Kindle.

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Princess of Independence

Princess of Independence

Princess Cristina Trivulzio Belgiojoso is a forgotten figure of the Italian Revolution
Born into a family of nobility, Belgiojoso learned at a young age what
foreigners interested in ruling the Italian States could be like.
She spent the rest of her life dedicated to uniting her home country and ousting those foreigners
who only brought harm and discord to the country.
After a failed marriage to a prince and being banished to live in Paris,
Belgiojoso met many key players in the French Government, helping to further her cause.
Her social circles were ones that everyone desired to be part of.
When Belgiojoso becomes a mother, with no father to help her, she still works toward her goal of a unified country, raising her daughter to understand the importance of her heritage.

Will she have to choose between being a mother or being a patriot? $3.99 on Kindle.

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The Road to Delano

The Road to DelanoIt’s 1968, and a strike by field workers in the grape fields has ripped an otherwise quiet central California town down the middle. Jack Duncan is a Delano high school senior who is on his way to earning a baseball scholarship, hoping to escape the turmoil infesting his town. His mother has kept from him the real cause of his father’s death, who was a prominent grower. But when an old friend hands Jack evidence indicating his father was murdered, he is compelled to dig deeper. This throws him and his best friend and teammate, Adrian Sanchez, whose father is a striking field worker, into the labor conflict led by Cesar Chavez. Road to Delano is the path Jack and Adrian must take to find their strength, their duty, and their destiny. $2.99 on Kindle
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Falling

Falling

After confessing to a series of bizarre murders, a young woman galvanizes her ailing cousin into confronting a forgotten tragedy. And that’s only the prologue of author Marc Burgio’s debut novel.

Spanning four decades, Falling is a sweeping yet intimate epic of love and revenge, exploring the nature of innocence, loss and the mystery of life itself, comprising a multi-genre odyssey of Neo-Noir, Dark Humor, Mystery/Suspense, LGBTQ Romance, Epistolary, Coming of Age, and Horror/Sci-fi genres.

Falling will leave you breathless. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Bowl of Fruit (1907)

Bowl of Fruit (1907)
When Leon agrees to meet the mysterious ghostwriter Anna Tor, the devastating secrets of the past are revealed one by one to bind them ever closer together. “A magically original story about two strangers and enticing secrets.” – IndieReader (5 Star Review). Free on Kindle.

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The Weaver’s Legacy

The Weaver's LegacyFrom the bestselling author of The Tide Between Us and The Memory of Music comes an epic story of the American West – The Weaver’s Legacy.

1865: Goldie O’Neill was nine years of age when she trekked across the unclaimed American West with her family to form their own Irish catholic Colony. Their new community had dreams of self-governance and prosperity far removed from the anti-Irish sentiment and prejudice of the ruling classes. They soon learned about the extremes of the American West and the ongoing Indian war. A year after their arrival, Goldie blames herself for her sister’s disappearance. She forms an unlikely friendship with a Lakota Indian boy who promises to help with her life-long quest to find her sister. In the intervening years, as their community flourishes and a new prejudice surfaces, her sister’s disappearance ebbs away for everyone except Goldie.

1937: Lucy O’Neill was adopted by her aunt, Goldie O’Neill. When she learns that her father, Lorcan O’Neill, has returned to the small town in the Midwest after a thirty-year absence, she returns to meet him. Aware of the silence that surrounds his name and the reluctance of her family to reveal the real story, Lucy delves into the past to find a story far removed from the account her aunt had told her. $0.99 on Kindle
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Odette’s Song

Odette's Song
Talented guitarist Nico has fallen on hard times and slide into an alcoholic haze. He learns that his former wife and songwriting partner, Odette, who committed suicide six years ago, wants him to take custody of her six-year-old son by another man when her mother dies. Can Nico overcome his worst instincts, get sober, and find a place in his life for Hunter, a scared, lonely little boy? $0.99 on Kindle
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It Happened in Silence

It Happened in Silence

Set in a world where women of the KKK betray their neighbors, where horrors of unscrupulous foundling homes come to light, and buried mysteries are not all that hidden. It’s Georgia 1921. Mute since birth, fifteen-year-old Willow Stewart has one task to complete—to leave her Appalachian homestead and find a traveling preacher and her brother, Briar. When a peddler kidnaps her, she escapes only to face an unjust arrest and penal servitude. The laws are not on her side. Or her brother’s. $1.99 on Kindle.

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Free: King Genghis I

King Genghis I
King Genghis I is a satirical adventure novel that blends timely realism and political fantasy.

Turan Mugayev, the protagonist of the book, is a New Yorker who travels from the heart of Western civilization to Genghistan, a small, hermetic Asian kingdom, ruled firmly but kindly by an affable, self-appointed benevolent dictator, who like other compassionate dictators is concerned principally with the well-being of his people.

The bond between the two men upsets the kingdom’s conventional wisdom, alters fates, and changes Turan from a broken-hearted and gloomy young man to a love-struck hero. Because, apparently, there’s nothing like the confines of a spunky little dictatorship to spark a new love. Free on Kindle.

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The Flight of the Veil

The Flight of the Veil

Although Nicky believes the rest of his family died at Auschwitz, he learns that Theodora, a mysteriously silent nun who’s lived at the monastery since 1944, may be his baby sister, Kal. The Flight of the Veil explores the intersections of guilt and memory, faith and tragedy, fate and miracle. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Aerodynamic Drag

Aerodynamic Drag

Aerodynamic Drag is a collection of poetry and short fiction by award winning poet M. A. Dubbs. Aerodynamic Drag explores themes of sexuality, religion, mental illness, and nihilism. Dubbs’ writing is vivid and evocative, encasing the duality of beauty and brutality of life. $4.99 on Kindle.

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The Hypnotist’s Assistant

The Hypnotist's Assistant
In this literary story, a thirteen-year-old boy learns hypnosis from his wheelchair-bound neighbor. The neighbor stands and walks after hypnosis. Gary never does learn if it was him or if he was being played. Along the way, he deals with race issues, addiction, friendship, grief, gender, and love. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Sorrow

Sorrow

Dreams abandoned, out of work and uninspired, guitar prodigy Joe Harper is a sensitive, struggling character, rapidly approaching his mid-30s and haunted by a history of failure. With a promising future in music long forgotten, Joe is resigned to a life of virtual seclusion, listless among his beloved redwood trees. But when he receives word from his long lost love, October, informing him of her upcoming art exhibit, Joe is awash with memories of the past and must ultimately decide if cowardice is reversible. Given a second chance, in more ways than one, can he recover the self-respect he lost long ago? $1.99 on Kindle.

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Sound Mind: A Collection of Poetry

Sound Mind: A Collection of Poetry
Sound Mind is a collection of poetry inspired by the struggles we face to embrace our true colours. The first half is a short novel written in rhyme and verse. The second half is a collection of poetry written by the author during the creative process. $0.99 on Kindle

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The Paris Predicament

The Paris Predicament

Ooh-la-la! This magical first-person novel poignantly captures the quest for love, truth, and meaning in a tumultuous world. Sasha Lauren’s dramatic debut novel The Paris Predicament is a playful, thrilling, and unpredictable page-turner; it will take you for a wondrous ride around the world without ever leaving your seat. $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Nam Legacy

The Nam Legacy
You know Jack. He’s the boy next door.
The one with the pretty girlfriend.

And then he goes to Vietnam.

After two tours of duty, Jack thought killing others to stay alive would be the hardest thing he would ever have to live with.
He was wrong.
Although the nightmare of what he saw and did haunt him constantly, what tortures him the most, is what he left behind.

She’s the country’s golden girl and she’s always been in love with Jack.
But now he’s a soldier.
Will she let his choices break her?

‘Not everyone who lost his life in Vietnam died there, not everyone who came home from Vietnam ever left there.’

The first book in the award-winning series, Return to Nam. $0.99 on Kindle.

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