Finn Again

Finn Again
 

Finn McCarthy is half Irish, half English, and fully fantastic.

When a world at war beckons, Finn answers the call, but there are some casualties even a soldier can’t prepare for. To heal his wounds he must banish his demons, a journey that leads him to a sleepy fishing village where the mysteries of his Celtic roots take hold. He begins to accept his past, only to discover that his greatest battle might take everything he’s got left. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: The Road Home

Free: The Road Home

1891—Living separately for three years, fourteen-year-old twins, Katherine and Tommy Arthur have done their best to make each boarding house feel like home. But unrest grows as they are driven to questionable actions just to survive. Meanwhile, their desperate mother is confronted with breaking yet another promise to her children. Then a miracle descends. Hope rises on a cold, rainy night and changes everything. If Jeanie could just get word to Katherine and Tommy, she knows she can set their lives right again. Agitators, angels, and dangerous “saviors” illuminate the Arthurs’ unmatched determination and smarts.

1905—Though she tries to forget the awful years that hurt so much, the memories still haunt Katherine. Now, tearful mourners at her mother’s funeral force her to revisit a time in her life that both harmed and saved her in the most unexpected ways. Tommy grieves his mother’s passing as well. He too is thrust backward, compelled to rediscover the events in his life that shaped the man he has become. Will he commit to reconstructing his broken life? The Arthurs come to understand that forgiveness is the only way back to hope, the only way to find all that was good in the misfortune that transformed their lives forever. Free on Kindle.

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Living in the Middle

Living in the Middle

Rejected by his race. Hunted by the Klan. Yet, standing up to hatred is what he’s compelled to do.

New York, Early 1900s: Jimmy Montgomery comes from old New York money and grows up among the Manhattan elite. At the age of eighteen, Jimmy discovers he’s been living a lie. He follows his roots back to Tulsa, Oklahoma to answer the burning questions in his life. Who is he? What is he? Where does he belong? He finds love and friendship along the way, but full acceptance from either the White or the Black world eludes him. When trouble pits the White population of Tulsa against the Black community of Greenwood, Jimmy must finally make a choice—he can no longer live in the middle. His decision will alter the course of his life and those he’d come to love. What will he decide? Pick up a copy to find out.

LIVING IN THE MIDDLE is a powerful African American historical novel based on the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921. If you like passionate heroes, no-holds-barred history, high-stakes emotional tension, then you’ll love A. Robert Allen’s eye-opening story.

LIVING IN THE MIDDLE is a stand-alone story connected by theme to the other volumes in A. Robert Allen’s Slavery and Beyond series.
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To Leave a Memory

To Leave a Memory

“A warm coming together…colorful dialogue…” — Kirkus Reviews.

If you enjoy films like “On Golden Pond,” you’ll love this tender portrait of a quirky professor, his psychic wife and their troubled daughter, who come together to forgive and rediscover how to love. You’ll laugh, cry, and cheer as each character becomes like your own family. Grab a tissue before the poignant, surprise ending. $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Hypnotist’s Assistant

The Hypnotist’s Assistant

The Hypnotist’s Assistant is a feel-good novel about a young boy who doesn’t know if he’s gifted as a hypnotist or being used by his mother and neighbor. Along the way, as he ages from 13 to 19 he encounters issues dealing with race, addiction, sexuality, loss and love. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Mister Drainpipe

Free: Mister Drainpipe

Homeless, alone, haunted by the shadows of the past, Mister Drainpipe is a beggar cast adrift on the streets of Addis Ababa. He ekes out life inside a concrete drain, atop a pile of rubbish. His fragile world is about to implode. A man who has lost everything can still lose his soul. Free on Kindle.

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The Winter Sisters: A Novel

The Winter Sisters: A Novel

Folklore, medicine, and superstition in the Georgia mountains. Dr. Waycross knows bleeding and blistering, the best scientific medicine of 1822. He arrives in the Georgia mountains to bring his modern methods to the superstitious masses. The local healers, the Winter sisters, claim to treat yellow fever, consumption, and the hell-roarin’ trots just as well as he can. Some folks call the sisters herb women; some call them witches. Waycross calls them quacks. But when the threat of rabies – incurable and fatal – comes to town, Dr. Waycross and the Winter sisters must combine their science and superstition in a desperate search for a remedy. Can they find a miracle cure, or has the age of miracles passed? $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Perfect New World

Free: Perfect New World
The Earth is on the brink of destruction and the future of the entire world is hanging in the balance.

Only one man can save the plant.

The countdown has started. Will he succeed in this mission or has the fate of humanity already been sealed? Free on Kindle.

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Free: The White Piano

Free: The White Piano
Coming back to his childhood home after years of absence, Ben is unprepared for the secret, which is now revealed to him: his mother, Natasha, who used to be a brilliant pianist, is losing herself to a mysterious disease, which turns the way her mind works into a riddle. His father’s new wife, Anita, looks remarkably similar to her—only much younger. Feeling isolated, being apart from love, how will Ben react to these marital affairs, when it is so tempting to resort to blame and guilt? “In our family, forgiveness is something you pray for, something you yearn to receive—but so seldom do you give it to others.” Free on Kindle.

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The White Piano

The White Piano
Coming back to his childhood home after years of absence, Ben is unprepared for the secret, which is now revealed to him: his mother, Natasha, who used to be a brilliant pianist, is losing herself to a mysterious disease, which turns the way her mind works into a riddle. His father’s new wife, Anita, looks remarkably similar to her—only much younger. Feeling isolated, being apart from love, how will Ben react to these marital affairs, when it is so tempting to resort to blame and guilt? “In our family, forgiveness is something you pray for, something you yearn to receive—but so seldom do you give it to others.” See price on Kindle.

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Raw Kingdom

Raw Kingdom

Raw Kingdom is a five-issue series that follows Khadir Daher. A young yet close-minded boy who gets himself placed in a world he wanted no part of and trouble he could’ve had never imagined. Khadir will be partaking in a journey where his morals and character will not only be put to the test but will be integral to his survival. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Uncommon Relations

Uncommon Relations

Be careful what you wish for…Terry, 28, longing for a more exciting life than marriage or job provide, is amazed to encounter a doppelganger on his daily commute to the pharmaceutical company. This is to turn his life upside down.

His shadowy wife, Gudrun, is strangely avoidant of his exciting news. Soon he realizes she has secrets of her own. What is she hiding, and why?

A cast of complex characters inhabits this psychological mystery of hidden and mistaken identities, dark secrets and guilt. If you loved Girl on a Train, this is for you. $1.99 on Kindle.

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Free: The Arctic Circle: Part One

Free: The Arctic Circle: Part One

A dystopian Christmas adventure based on the legend of Saint Nicholas and his hidden civilization of loyal followers. Imagine 1984 with elements of The Hunger Games at the North Pole with an uplifting spiritual twist. Free on Kindle.

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The Gentle Art Of Forgetting

The Gentle Art Of Forgetting
What you don’t remember can’t hurt you.

A thirty-year-old woman called Jane Dawn wakes in a hut surrounded by a snow-covered forest.

She remembers nothing apart from her name, but strange echoes flicker about her mind; that once she flew, time was out of joint, and how she may be responsible for something terrible.

Jane is not alone, and the person with her knows far more than they are letting on.

The answers to the mystery of Jane’s curious life will be found over many decades in this story of love, loss, memories, and mortality. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: The Five Wishes of Mr. Murray McBride

Free: The Five Wishes of Mr. Murray McBride
With all his family and friends gone, one-hundred-year-old Murray McBride is looking for a reason to live. He finds it in Jason Cashman, a ten-year-old boy with a terminal heart defect and a list of five things he wants to do before he dies. Together, they race against the limited time each has left, ticking off wishes one by one. Along the way, Murray remembers what it’s like to be young, and Jason fights for the opportunity to grow old. But when tragedy strikes, their worlds are turned upside-down, and an unexpected gift is the only thing that can make Jason’s final wish come true. Free on Kindle.

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Free: Car Heroin Train

Free: Car Heroin Train

Adapted from an Award-Winning screenplay, and inspired by real-life events, CAR HEROIN TRAIN is a love story set against a backdrop of addiction and loss. It’s a love story between two mismatched souls. It’s a story that will leave you questioning whether all of us collide into each other by destiny or mere accident. Free on Kindle.

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Living in the Doctor’s Nest

Living in the Doctor’s Nest

“Ready?” the obstetrician asked as he turned his head towards me, his body still facing the mother. He was looking directly at me at that point, so I just nodded, and with his arm in position, he entered the mother and pierced the membranes to expedite the delivery.”

This is a collection of short stories about the life of a doctor who cares for extremely premature infants. As the stories unfold, we learn about the challenges that she faced as she began to practice in her field and how she ultimately fulfilled her goal of developing specialized units for the extremely premature newborn. Along the way, we get to know more about her family, lovers, and friends. We meet the nurses and respiratory therapists that provided the care, and we learn about the “scorpions,” the obstacles that lay in wait to derail the process along the way. $4.50 on Kindle.
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A Scarcity of Condors

A Scarcity of Condors

Juleón “Jude” Tholet has survival in his DNA. His father lived through imprisonment and torture during Pinochet’s coup in Chile. His mother risked everything to gain her husband’s freedom and flee the country with their newborn son. As a closeted gay teenager growing up in Vancouver, Jude is targeted by a neighborhood bully, culminating in a vicious hate crime that forces the Tholets to flee their country again.

Jude cautiously rebuilds his life in Seattle, becoming an accomplished pianist, but his his wings have been clipped and he cannot seem to soar in his relationships. Only family remains a constant source of strength and joy, until a DNA test reveals something that shocks all the Tholets: Jude is not their child.

Suanne Laqueur’s third book in the Venery series explores the desperate acts of love made in times of war, and the many ways family can be defined. $5.99 on Kindle.

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