Swans Are Fat Too

Swans Are Fat Too
A heartwarming love story between an overweight pianist and a disinherited prince in Warsaw, containing a history of Poland in a nutshell.

“Beautiful,” “thought-provoking”—from reviews. An Amazon bestseller in Eastern European literature. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Whispers Among The Prairie

Whispers Among The Prairie

The prairie lands of the American West come alive with adventure, courage, friendship and love. Come and join Black Kettle, the great Southern Cheyenne Chief on his plight to save his tribe from extinction and keep peace with the US army. His adopted daughter Morning Dove befriends US army captain, Clinton McKay. What will happen? Find out and join them on their journey in Whispers Among The Prairie. $6.64 on Kindle.
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Free: Flashlight

Free: Flashlight

In San Bernardino, near the end of the twentieth century, the Fifth Street Crew—who insist they are most certainly not a crew—are bored to tears by their lived reality. The teenagers share a universal thirst for something transformative, something magical to change absolutely everything. For all the gossip about the local gay bakery-owner, crime, smokes, and cancerous moles that never entertain long, lanky Ted witnesses a scandalous event that seizes the attention of the Fifth Street Crew with force. What Ted sees follows them, beguiles them, horrifies them, and makes them laugh well after the streets empty as everyone goes home for the night. Free on Kindle.

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Believe Me: The Story of a Narcissist

Believe Me: The Story of a Narcissist

Kennedy Kilpatrick was born into the world of privilege. His immigrant parents built an empire from the ground up. By the time their son was born, they had amassed a great fortune.

Ken had a tendency to exaggerate everything. Despite this – or maybe because of it – he found himself surrounded by devoted followers.

When he announced he was running for President of the United States, his wife and children were appalled. With the number of skeletons in the family closet, the last thing they wanted was to be in the spotlight. $9.99 on Kindle.

 

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Free: The Dead of August

Free: The Dead of August
Life and love on the verge of a nervous breakdown: a bitterly funny, darkly satirical tale of modern-day anxieties and hidden sexual tensions, set across the “fashionable” edges of contemporary London.

“A sophisticated, comic novel that brilliantly captures the triumph and folly of art, media, and publishing.” Kirkus Reviews (starred review) Free on Kindle.

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Love Trumps All!

Love Trumps All!
Indo-American themed novel around High-Tech Immigration, Love and the Pursuit of Happiness. Fresh new global perspectives in the divisive political debates around immigration.

Five friends, five religions, five ideologies, five inseparable interwoven stories of transformation and self-discovery on a global stage.

A story that cuts across Y2K opportunities of the late 90s to the current backdrop of Trump election.

Anant Joshi, a dreamer who chases the American dream during Y2K rush and leapfrogs from a small Indian town to start-up innovative Silicon Valley venture.

Chris O’Brian, an energetic and creative high-tech sales leader from New York who is driven by his passion for life, creativity and making it big.

Sameera Qureshi, a young gynecologist from Hyderabad attending her medical residency in California, trying to find love and her true human identity.

Amy Cohen, a lively, articulate, compassionate pediatrician from Tel Aviv who is ready to ride on larger than life waves and build a legacy.

Madhura Sharma, journalist and social worker from Mumbai driven by her nationalistic ideals and drive to help others.

What happens when their paths intersect and blend amidst their divisions across nationality, religion, and ideals?

An interwoven story of these five unlikely friends, over two decades of tracing their paths and connecting their dots across the globe in Silicon Valley, New York, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Kathmandu and Khamgaon (small-town India full of youth with stars-and-stripes in their eyes) in a world powered by immigration and ‘reverse immigration’. $2.99 on Kindle.

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The ’69

The ’69
A story of second chances for a father and son as they strive to complete a task started a generation before. Family crises, financial woes and life and death struggles hamper they’re way. This is a warm-hearted tale of family bonds and lifelong loves. $0.99 on Kindle.

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We Run Bad

We Run Bad

America’s in the throes of the Great Recession, and Tim’s dreams of flipping a house have collapsed along with the housing market. After abandoning his new home as a lost cause, he’s caught up in the poker craze and moves to Atlantic City with a new dream of “playing poker for a living”, but soon finds himself stuck in a dizzying spell of bad luck at the card tables. Or maybe he just sucks at poker, like everybody else. His money all gone, and finding that it’s actually difficult to drink oneself to death at 1 am, he’s suddenly offered a chance to make his money back, and then some, by running an underground poker game in New York City. Once in New York, Tim finds himself on the road to recovery and making real money for the first time—but at what cost?

We Run Bad offers an authentic and darkly comic look at underground poker culture while serving up an indictment of post-recession America. Here, every game is rigged, and the only way to come out ahead is to be the one doing the rigging. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: My Summer Friend

Free: My Summer Friend
LOVE, OBSESSION, SECRETS: Charismatic college student Ed Grey’s life is a carousel of one night stands until inheriting his childhood home after his grandparent’s death. As summer arrives, he moves in, reliving his past as a quiet, shy, loner by day and obsessively watching for his childhood crush Elise through his telescope by night. The fragile shell of his identity begins to crack after she doesn’t recognize him during a chance encounter and falls in love with the caricature he has invented. As he becomes entangled in a complex web of lies, a small metal box abandoned in the garage waits to be discovered. The secret it contains changes everything. This edgy novella is a modern American love story that offers a glimpse into the psyche of a disturbed young man. Free on Kindle.

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Stim

Stim
Robert is different. He has Asperger’s Syndrome. He experiences the world differently to 99% of the population. This is his coming of age journey as he struggles to accept who he really is, tries to understand other people—which he cannot—and find a girlfriend. Especially find a girlfriend—he’s decided it’s his special project for the year. Accompanied by his quirky flatmates, Chloe (who also has Asperger’s and mental illness, amongst other things), Stef (who hasn’t, but doesn’t mind) and their oddly-named kitten, Robert endures a myriad of awkward moments in his quest to meet a nice, normal girl…and not even a major earthquake will stop him. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Regarding Anna

Free: Regarding Anna

Grace discovers a box in her parents’ attic that contains enough suspicious items to cause her to believe that the people she had called Mom and Dad her whole life may not have been her real parents.

After recovering from the shock of her parents’ deaths, Grace Lindroth is tormented by the uncertainty of her identity and begins an arduous search for answers. When certain clues draw her to a boardinghouse once owned by Anna Vargas, she becomes convinced that Anna was her real mother. She believes the boardinghouse walls have been harboring vital secrets for years, but when she meets up with the cantankerous old woman who had bought the place after Anna’s death, she questions whether she’ll ever be able to peel back all the layers surrounding her parentage. Free on Kindle.

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Dodge By Dodge Carter

Dodge By Dodge Carter

While living in Mount Vernon, NY, in the late 1920s, Dodge Carter meets a gorgeous woman from the city—Ms. Vivienne Chambers—and feels for her the rush of a new love. As the two become acquainted, Dodge Carter is forced to leave behind his new home, and its tranquility—due to some unforeseen events—and take up residency in the fast-paced New York City. From there, the drama continues, and Dodge sinks deeper and deeper into turmoil. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Lucky Star

Free: Lucky Star
Teenager Ben Somerset has three great loves in his life: Sherlock Holmes, designer clothes and a certain song by Madonna. And then Susie appears.

Set in England in the summer of 1984 Lucky Star tells of Ben’s introduction to the world of shoplifting, music, politics, love and heartbreak. Free on Kindle.

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Whispers Among The Prairie

Whispers Among The Prairie

Set in the American West of the 1860’s, it incorporates Chief Black Kettle’s plight of saving his people from encroachment of their land from settlers and keeping the peace with the U.S Army. His adopted daughter Morning Dove becomes a bridge between two worlds as she has been taught and understands the English language. She develops a friendship with Captain Clinton McKay and before they know it their feelings have changed towards each other They both question what this means as they are both on opposite sides of a war. Will their love develop? Will they remain on their opposing sides? $6.88 on Kindle.

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The Counterfeit Smile

The Counterfeit Smile

In Paris, in 1910, two rascals meet one another and become fast friends. Young and cocky, when they weren’t feeding their appetite for food and flesh, they were selling works of art “stolen” from the Louvre. But their life suddenly changes when the Mona Lisa is actually stolen from the Louvre. The Counterfeit Smile is a lusty novel about the Golden Age of Paris, charged with characters like King Edward VII. famous artists, bistros, brothels and beautiful women. $3.96 on Kindle.

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Free: The Sinking of Bethany Ann Crane

Free: The Sinking of Bethany Ann Crane

A country on the cusp of war. A town suspended in time. One girl’s desperate attempt to escape her eternal childhood.

Bethany Ann Crane is a motherless eight-year-old living in Grover Springs, SC at the beginning of the Cold War.

After her patriotic small town agrees to enter into a government experiment geared to give the Americans an edge over the Russians in space, she, along with the rest of the town, is preserved in a scientific stasis state and Bethany Ann becomes ensnared in her pre-adolescent body.

As the girl matures mentally, she experiences more grown-up emotions and aspirations, but her family and neighbors refuse to recognize her as anything but a child.

Will her only friend be able to save her? Will Bethany Ann ever be allowed to “come of age?”

The Sinking of Bethany Ann Crane is the gripping story of one girl’s yearning for adulthood in a world where time stands still. Free on Kindle.

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Free: Advancing on Chaos

Free: Advancing on Chaos
Reminiscent of Confederacy of Dunces, Advancing on Chaos received an Honorable Mention in the Great Southeast Book Festival and was one of the semi-finalists in the Faulkner/Wisdom Creative Writing Competition.

In this wickedly funny, thought-provoking novel, no one, religious or secular, is safe from critique. Free on Kindle.

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Free: Humanity’s Way Forward

Free: Humanity’s Way Forward
Brandon Chane, musical visionary and perpetual outcast, is weathering the first flush of terrestrial stardom with his band, Edge of the Known, and beginning to realize that the fame he’s worked so hard to achieve is not a cure-all for the wounds he’s carried throughout his inspired and arduous life. Is there another, deeper answer to be found? Free on Kindle.

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