Free: Ubiety

Ubiety

If you were to find yourself at the edge of a dying world with a lingering sense of reality, would you simply fade into the nothingness or would you fight for everything you hold dear? This assertive question is at the heart of the thought-provoking book Ubiety, for this abstract book was designed to help people emerge into reality and find the truth whilst questioning both what could and should be.

Join Adam in a whirlwind of past and present madness, diving into the many mysteries which will uncover bittersweet secrets to see if he can save his fate and somehow put the chaos set in his mind at rest. However, be aware, this will certainly not be an easy read but remember that some of the greatest fortunes lie on the darkest paths. Free on Kindle.

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Free: Test of Faith

Test of Faith
When Miriam Beiler, a first class quilter, narrowly avoids an accident with an Englischer who asks her for directions to a nearby high school, will this chance meeting push Miriam and her Amish community to an ultimate test of faith?

Amish woman, Miriam Beiler is being courted by John Fisher, and she’s moving towards being Baptized into the Amish community, but a chance meeting with an Englischer leads to deep trouble when Lance Newman begins stalking her. What happens next will forever change this peaceful Amish community and test the faith of all involved.

This book was previously published as Seasons of Love. This second edition has been revised and edited with some new content. Enjoy :)) Free on Kindle.

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Free: Viral

Viral

This collection of writings looks at COVID-19 and the effects it’s had on the world. The collection is split into three parts: Lockdown, The Government and The Media. The first looks at life under strict rules, the second questions the decisions of those in charge and the third asks whether the media’s helping matters or making things worse. Free on Kindle.

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The Sacrifice

The Sacrifice
Three novellas, each about seventy pages, depicting the power of sacrifice some make for those they love. $0.99 on Kindle.

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When Goodbye Begins: Life Takes Over

When Goodbye Begins: life takes over

In When Goodbye Begins: life takes over, author-filmmaker – Geeta Lal Sahai actively involved in mental health advocacy rips apart the stereotypical existence. These five stories are about mental health, innumerable lanes and layers of memories, childhood abuse, infidelity, betrayal, hopelessness, and hidden emotions. There is pathos, feelings, inner conflict and stoic acceptance.

In the title story – When Goodbye Begins, a middle-aged woman, caught between her dreams and the present reality of being a caregiver to her husband, walks on a tightrope. Through her eyes, we experience the broken and painful world of people with Alzheimer’s and their families. In Walking on Ice Sheet in Pencil Heels, the story captures the protagonist Sheena’s struggle with her identity and the frightening and fascinating world of bipolar disorder. In Death of a Memory, Rashi facing betrayal and infidelity, fights with her memories to face the world.

In another story – If Only I Could Tell, the author recounts the painful and traumatic world of the child sexual abuse survivor who keeps running away from love, people and self. Caught in the web of childhood abuse, the author, through her protagonist, poignantly shows the long-term ramifications of broken trust and bruised body.

In all five stories, Geeta exquisitely crafts the inner turmoil of her characters. The world of characters in these stories is gripping, and there’s a world within a world. $1.35 on Kindle.

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Free: Ward

Ward
Tango Primary Five and the Angel of Death have been condemned to the city-prison of Sacramento, CA. A Roman-inspired death cult, cannibal Vikings, and a paranoid mafia syndicate vie for dominance. To escape, all must unite, or one must win. Free on Kindle.

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Get The Yak Out

Get The Yak Out
Ben’s approach to basically everything in life is to choose the path of least resistance. Muddling through and staying under the radar while exerting the least amount of effort is how he rolls. On the one day when he really has to get home through, a complete London public transport standstill suddenly hampers his plans of smoothly getting across the city. Having to fend off what feels like pretty much everyone in the city – be them friend or foe, local or foreign, dead or undead – makes his journey so much harder. This is the story about one cynical hipster’s race against the clock to get somewhere he didn’t really want to be in the first place. $3.99 on Kindle.

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Free: From da Big Island: New York defined her – Hawaii changed her

From da Big Island: New York defined her - Hawaii changed her

From da Big Island is a baby boomer coming of age, fish out of water, woman centric tale about Ruth, a famous New York syndicated television personality, who leaves the commotion of the Big Apple for the peace and tranquility of the Big Island of Hawaii.

Ruth meets her neighbors, William, an at risk high school student who would rather surf than be in school, and a women everyone calls Auntie, who speaks sing-song Pidgin always taking care of her keiki’s.

Is this the change she expected? Free on Kindle.
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The Mass of Men

The Mass of Men

WINNER OF THE FLORIDA AUTHOR AND PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION SILVER MEDAL PRESIDENT’S AWARD IN GENRE FICTION

AN IndieReader “BEST OF” BOOK!

They huddle in a darkened doorway, swallowing their fear and awaiting the signal.

The fire starts small, building rapidly as it draws breath, consuming everything in its path. Only then can they enter – on hands and knees – to battle the most elemental of forces. This is how firefighters are made.

For the cadets of Class #64, their training ushers them into a new world, one in which their very survival depends on strength, courage and determination. They will be relentlessly tested. Some will succeed, some will be broken, and the bonds they form will surpass any they have known before.

For Samantha, the lone female in the group; for Ty, a fellow cadet; and for Commander Daniels, who oversees their training, these bonds are intensified and defined by the rank structure in which they move.

Throughout the course of their training, the cadets will not only be transformed mentally and physically, they will evolve emotionally. They will combat their weaknesses, confront their fears, and break through barriers.

And for Sam, Ty and Daniels, their lives will be changed forever. $7.99 on Kindle.

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The Tide Between Us

The Tide Between Us

1821: Among the thousands of Irish deportees to the Caribbean British Colonies is a 10 year old Irish boy, Art O’Neill. As an Indentured Servant on a sugar plantation in Jamaica, Art gradually acclimatizes to the exotic country and the unfamiliar customs of the African slaves.

When the new heirs to the plantation arrive from Ireland they resurrect the ghosts of brutal injustices against Art. He bides his time and hides his abhorrence from his new master by channelling his energy into his work. During those years he prospers, he acquires land, he sees his colored children freed after emancipation as he takes us on a multi-generational historical saga. Eventually Art is promised seven gold coins for seven decades of service. He doubts his master will part with the coins. The morning Art sets out to claim his gratuity, he ignores his sense of foreboding that he may not return home alive.

Ireland 1991: One hundred years later a skeleton is discovered beneath a fallen tree on the grounds of Lugdale Estate. By its side is a gold coin minted in 1870. Yseult, the owner of the estate, watches as events unfold, fearful of the long-buried truths that may emerge about her family’s past and its links to the slave trade. As the skeleton gives up its secrets, Yseult realizes she too can no longer hide.

Inspired by the real story of 2,000 Irish children deported to Jamaica and the statistics that 25% of Jamaican citizens claim Irish ancestry. The Tide Between Us is a powerful novel documenting true historical events and the resilience of the human spirit. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: The Madness of Grief

The Madness of Grief
London 1969. While men are walking on the moon, a series of dramatic events threaten to have lasting repercussions for 16-year-old Jane and the people she loves. “A richly complicated, and deeply engaging coming-of-age tale.” – Kirkus Reviews (starred review) Free on Kindle.
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The Eye Opener

The Eye Opener
Three novellas, each about seventy pages, depicting the power of blind spots in transforming our lives. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Masters of Horror Essentials: Mary Shelley Frankstein

Masters of Horror Essentials: Mary Shelley Frankstein: Everything you need to know about the "Modern Prometheus" in about one hour

Frankenstein is a novel that is considered both one of the first science fiction novels and a timeless classic of the horror genre. It has terrified and entertained readers for decades. It is more than just a story about the creation of a monster.

Mary Shelley gave readers not only a novel that has inspired great minds to create monsters of their own, but also opened up an endless debate regarding who the real monster is. Inspiring many different television series, films, adaptations, books, Halloween costumes, and tales told in the dark, Frankenstein has become synonymous with the word ‘monster’ for most people. Contrary to depictions in popular culture, there is no assistant named Igor, there is no mad cry of “It’s alive!” and the monster is more than just a bumbling brute. To understand how we got to where we are today in terms of monster and science fiction content, it is helpful to go back to one of the classics.

Discover who Frankestein’s monster was, why Victor Frankenstein pursued the reanimation of the dead, and how a group aboard a ship on an Arctic expedition cross paths with Frankenstein and uncover the mysteries surrounding the power to create life and why the blind pursuit of such things is more dangerous than we could ever imagine. This novel that offers readers a cautionary tale, brings to life a creature that otherwise would never have existed, and presents themes that remain as relevant today as they were in 1818. Frankenstein is a novel that makes us explore what we define as true evil, what makes a being human, and provides a reminder that our actions have consequences, whether we are able and willing to face them or not. Discover everything you need to know about Frankenstein, the modern Prometheus, in about an hour, so you can get on your way to becoming a true master of horror. $3.99 on Kindle.

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The Spa at Lavender Lane

The Spa at Lavender Lane

Lust, ambition, secrets, betrayal, competition for the ownership of the world’s premier spa and a chance to snag the uber-eligible man who unexpectedly arrives on the scene are all on the menu at The Spa at Lavender Lane. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Red Clover

Red Clover

Lee Winekoop feels like an outsider in his own family. Now twenty-six—confused and emotionally bankrupt after suffering a childhood fraught with criticism and isolation—he leaves his dysfunctional upper-class family to find his true self. Determined to cultivate a meaningful life, Lee discovers a world poles apart from the one he had left behind. But just when things start falling into place, he is made aware of an alarming family secret that causes him to question who he is and where he’s going. $2.99 on Kindle.

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The Fiddler in the Night

The Fiddler in the Night
In his debut novel, Fennell takes the reader on an orphaned teen’s journey through the darker recesses of rural America, where he tries to stay one step ahead of a ruthless killer. A tragic love story unfolding against a background that is both real and imagined, making this novel as memorable for its language as for its non-stop and blistering storyline. See price on Kindle.

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Free: Dances, Towers, Hills and Skies

Dances, Towers, Hills and Skies
Years running from it. Now trying to write it.

Try Dances, Towers, Hills and Skies. Free on Kindle.

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The Ballerina’s Guide to Boxing

The Ballerina's Guide to Boxing
After losing both her neighbor to suicide and her friend to a drunk driving accident, Lily — a talented ballerina on the verge of going pro — stuns everyone and quits ballet. Ostracized from her family and grappling with emotions that she can barely understand, Lily starts wandering her city — and stumbles upon a boxing gym inside a repurposed fire station. Under the guise of working at a local coffee shop, Lily secretly begins training. What happens next is a summer of discovery, of adventure, and of learning what it means to be strong, to stand up for yourself, and to be part of a family. $0.99 on Kindle.

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