Everything and Nothing

Everything and Nothing

When prophetic dreams and poems collaborate to thrust Idris, Navin, Michael, and Layla together out of the shadows of secrecy, one fateful event shows them how interconnected they have truly been all along. Through both prose and verse, Everything and Nothing tells the multi-narrative story of one pivotal summer during the lives of these four individuals as they grapple with family conflict, friendship, and individuality, with first love and second chances, with impermanence and spirituality, and with the sweeping awareness of mortality. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: From da Big Island

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A baby boomer coming of age, fish out of water comedy.
Her life was in peril, needing solitude and change she leaves the Big Apple for Hawaii.
On the Big Island, she deals with the customs of the islands, her unusual neighbors, marijuana, pigs, and more. Free on Kindle.

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One Princess One Pack One Villain

One Princess One Pack One Villain
Being a werewolf sucked sometimes. Cara was coming of age. At least for a werewolf. She would soon take a mate. One she didn’t want! She had been able to fight off the single males in her pack so far.

Then her father started telling her if she didn’t decide on one of them, he would pick her mate for her. She wanted to fall in love not just go with any old wolf. That wasn’t the way it was done in a werewolf pack.

The problem with having one chosen for her was werewolves’ mate for life!

Then she bumped into a wolf not from her pack. One she felt as if she was being pulled toward. It was a strange feeling to her. Max was handsome.

After a fight with her father, she ran away. Then she was taken. Fights. More fights. Then he came into the picture. The Beta from another wolf pack. He had challenged her pack mates to fight for her.

She felt the need to kill one wolf and avoid the others. Who would win? $2.99 on Kindle.

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Little Tea

Little Tea
Southern Culture…Old Friendships…Family Tragedy

One phone call from Renny to come home and “see about” the capricious Ava and Celia Wakefield decides to overlook her distressful past in the name of friendship.

For three reflective days at Renny’s lake house in Heber Springs, Arkansas, the three childhood friends reunite and examine life, love, marriage, and the ties that bind, even though Celia’s personal story has yet to be healed. When the past arrives at the lake house door in the form of her old boyfriend, Celia must revisit the life she’d tried to outrun.

As her idyllic coming of age alongside her best friend, Little Tea, on her family’s ancestral grounds in bucolic Como, Mississippi unfolds, Celia realizes there is no better place to accept her own story than in this circle of friends who have remained beside her throughout the years. Theirs is a friendship that can talk any life sorrow into a comic tragedy, and now that the racial divide in the Deep South has evolved, Celia wonders if friendship can triumph over history. $0.99 on Kindle.

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You’ll Always Be White To Me

You'll Always Be White To Me

Three years in to Sri Lanka’s bloody civil war, an abandoned baby ends up in the adopted arms of a white American couple living in a Colombo home that doubles as a CIA safe house. They take him on an extraordinary journey around the globe as he’s launched into the diplomatic world of ambassadors, UN workers, and international schools.

Each summer he returns to the bayous of his parents’ small-town Louisiana, as exotic to him as the golden South African savannahs of his early childhood. He’s curious to know this America, a country he may someday be a part of. But with sincere love comes racism wrapped in the drawling sweetness of his grandparents’ good intentions.

Garon Wade’s transcendent memoir is an international coming-of-age story that explores how the heart of an orphan grew to love a world that didn’t always love him back. You’ll Always Be White To Me asks us who we are, what our common humanity is, and if it’s possible to look beyond our color and find our way there. $9.99 on Kindle.

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Wacky on the Junk

“In this hilarious debut memoir, Kathy Varner reflects on a life lived on the fringes of ordinary. From an awkward childhood as the youngest of five, living off sweets and processed foods, to a wild adolescence of drinking, drugs, and Deadhead hijinks, to a harrowing career with social services, Kathy takes it all in stride, embracing the beauty and pain of life with a sardonic wit and a sense of adventure that remains undampened—no matter how wacky things get.” $4.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Everything and Nothing

Everything and Nothing

When prophetic dreams and poems collaborate to thrust Idris, Navin, Michael, and Layla together out of the shadows of secrecy, one fateful event shows them how interconnected they have truly been all along. Through both prose and verse, Everything and Nothing tells the multi-narrative story of one pivotal summer during the lives of these four individuals as they grapple with family conflict, friendship, and individuality, with first love and second chances, with impermanence and spirituality, and with the sweeping awareness of mortality. Free on Kindle.

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The Hypnotist’s Assistant

This is a sweet coming-of-age story of a boy that believes he’s special even though the grownups tell him he’s not. He’s forced to deal with the death of a loved one, the addiction of a friend, and eventually, he has a vision of his future and finds new love. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Poor Little Mixed Girl

Poor Little Mixed Girl
Based on a true life story: As if growing up in the hood wasn’t hard enough, as a biracial half White, half Black girl, LaMonica Powers has to also navigate finding her identity (whatever that means). She’s not accepted in the suburban White schools her mama carts her off to and she’s not fully accepted by the Black community either.

Add in a heaping of undiagnosed ADHD, a cup of discipline dealt out “southern style,” throw in some seeds of God-given talent and intellect – and you’ve got yourself a recipe for a pretty, hot, ghetto surprise. It would be a miracle if she didn’t fall prey to the statistical forces pulling at her from all sides.

This coming of age tale is a cross between “A Hero Ain’t Nothing But A Sandwich” and “A Child Called It.”

If you love banned books then you’ll love this!

Trigger warnings: Racial overtones acted out through politically incorrect speech, alcohol abuse, emotional abuse, child abuse, rape, and very mild profanity. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Lady Colombia

Lady Colombia
Laidy is a young woman living outside Bogotá, Colombia. She applies herself in school, works a part-time job, and helps to look after her aging father. Her exertions begin to take an emotional toll. An estrangement with her sister proves particularly painful, leading her to investigate unanswered questions about her past. To resolve these doubts, she must traverse the world of narco-traffickers, a task she is loath to do. Along the way, she travels to parts of Colombia she has never seen and learns that her family history is much more complicated than she ever imagined.

A genre-bending novel which incorporates elements of the women’s literature, Latina, coming-of-age, mystery, contemporary romance, family life and multicultural genres, Lady Colombia is a moving tale that guides readers through the splendid cultural weave of the land, whilst delivering on the promise of the unputdownable. This stunning debut work will resonate with readers for years to come. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Lost Child

Lost Child
A spellbinding tale of abandonment, rejection, and survival. A baby girl abandoned at birth and raised in a Catholic orphanage in New York City was never adopted. At the age of 13, she was sent to the Midwest on an orphan train and placed out as a housekeeper and farm laborer. Unwanted and unloved, she fought to survive in a lonely, abusive environment and an uncertain future. A story of female triumph and perseverance. How did she survive? Free on Kindle.

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Goat Girl

Goat Girl
Emma Cooper has a knack for auto repairs, and her most beloved possession is her GTO. By anyone’s standards, she’s a talented and self-reliant young adult, but try as she might, she can’t seem to break away from her overprotective brothers. But when a road detour puts Emma in the path of a gunfight, her life and her bid for independence take a new turn. $0.99 on Kindle.
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A Cobra’s Bite Doesn’t Hurt

A Cobra's Bite Doesn't Hurt

Abandoned at birth – brought up in an orphanage – kidnapped by pick-pocketing gangsters – will 14-year-old Kalu Cobra escape from the clutches of his ruthless gang masters?

This evocative and beautifully written novel presents life in contemporary India with vivid realism. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Never Date a Siren, College Fae magic series #1

Free: Never Date a Siren, College Fae magic series #1
Fans of Sarah J. Maas will love this fantasy series, reviewers describe as “fresh and new” and “fast-paced and entertaining.”

Stealing a bedroom from a human was easy! But her human roomie’s messy break-up with a Siren puts him under a death spell. The clock is ticking.

A YA fantasy coming-of-age story with 70 reviews on Amazon, and 100 ratings on Goodreads! Free on Kindle.

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The Paths They Walked

The Paths They Walked
Graduating from High School two friends, one male and one female, face life in the late 1960s. While Susan rushes forward moving to New York City, embracing the world eagerly, Dan, indecisive and unsure of himself, stays in their hometown where he sullenly muddles his way forward with no plan. The paths they head down outwardly appear completely divergent, but in reality, there is a strangely vague parallel to them. The difference is within themselves and how they react to the events in their lives. The two separately make their ways through that socially turbulent time, never noticing how each decision they make affects the courses that their lives take in an era of Vietnam, “sex, drugs, rock and roll”’ and “tune in, turn on, drop out”. Neither one seems to be able to recognize the opportunities to change their direction when they see them as they head towards the climactic moments of their lives. $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Boys of Summer

The Boys of Summer
A nostalgic, fast-paced coming of age tale, set in Limerick, Ireland, in 1989. Follow young Richie South and his four friends, as they try to solve the mystery of who murdered little Tommy Kelly, and they learn about life, love, and death along the way. $2.99 on Kindle.

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The Hypnotist’s Assistant

The Hypnotist’s Assistant

A coming-of-age story that follows a boy from the age of 13 to 19. He uses his gift of hypnosis to help with pain, addiction, and alcoholism. The book deals with the loss of life, starting over, and ends on a note of hope. $2.99 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.
$0.99 on Kindle.

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