Jane Digby’s Diary: A Rebel Heart

Jane Digby’s Diary: A Rebel Heart

.Jane Digby is now an independent woman. She will make the most of it. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Tasman Allan

Free: Tasman Allan
Despite growing up without a mother, Tasman Allan has had an easy life. She loves her dad, her aunty, and her home. But suddenly everything changes. Her dad falls in love, her aunty moves away, and Tasman isn’t sure where she fits into this new life of her fathers.

When a not so familiar face from the past resurfaces, Tasman will be torn between the life she once knew and the life before her. Free on Kindle.

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Jane Digby’s Diary

Jane Digby’s Diary

Jane Digby lives in a time when women follow the rules. She will not. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Bowl of Fruit (1907)

Free: 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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Free: It’s Only the Dream that Counts: Short Stories All Over the World

Free: It’s Only the Dream that Counts: Short Stories All Over the World
Stories about ordinary people trying to come to terms with the resistance their struggle inevitably raise; from Berlin to the jungles of Africa, from an empty airport in New-York to a Nazi celebration in Paris during the Second World War and to an evening under shelling in Haifa.

Keep true to your dreams, they often bear the seedling of new realities. Free on Kindle.

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Pianist in a Bordello

Pianist in a Bordello

Are voters really ready for the whole truth?
Are you?
Pianist in a Bordello is a hilarious political romp through the last four decades of American history, from a narrator who is full of surprises. $0.99 on Kindle.

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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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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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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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Pledge to the Wind, the Legend of Everett Ruess

Pledge to the Wind, the Legend of Everett Ruess

Pledge to the Wind, the Legend of Everett Ruess follows the adventures of the young vagabond from his appearance in the southwest in 1931 when he was only seventeen, until he seemingly disappeared in 1934, shortly before he turned 21. In this compelling narrative, Robert Louis DeMayo has taken journal excerpts and the letters Everett sent to family and friends, and turned them into scenes, and given us a glimpse of the young artist as he lived with Navajo and Hopi, and explored the southwest with a dog named Curly and a couple burros. Upon reading it, Brian Ruess wrote, “In this work of fiction…I saw Everett for the first time, as he might actually have been.” $0.99 on Kindle.
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Free: City in a Forest

Free: City in a Forest

Two women who grew up together in 1970s Atlanta struggle at mid-life to overcome their past while fighting to save a magical, hidden forest in the middle of the city. Both women fight to protect the place that has tangled itself around their hearts like flowering kudzu vines, achingly sweet as a beloved child. Free on Kindle.

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Free: City in a forest

Free: City in a forest
Hidden in the heart of Atlanta, a pristine forest shimmers with magic, but an unscrupulous developer plans to flatten Silver Park—unless two brave women can stop him. Arden Collier risks losing her home. Parker Gozer owns most of Arden’s secret forest, which is rooted in Atlanta’s rich African-American history. As Arden struggles to reclaim her artistic voice, Parker confronts the man who once preyed upon her—and now wants to spoil a rare urban oasis. Both women fight to protect the place that has tangled itself around their hearts like flowering kudzu vines, achingly sweet as a beloved child.

Ginger Pinholster’s debut novel, City in a Forest, transports the reader through a labyrinth of privilege, racial inequity, and child sexual abuse against a backdrop of Atlanta’s natural wonders. The book explores loss and family secrets over three generations as well as the friendships, places, and moments of comedy that give us shelter.

Terry Kay, author of To Dance with the White Dog and The Book of Marie, writes, “I completed the reading of Ginger Pinholster’s City in a Forest with the sense of gladness that always comes with discovering a new and talented writer … Her use of language often begs for the awe of a re-reading. The plotting stays in focus. The tease of turning another page never falters. Recommended? Absolutely.” Free on Kindle.

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Pianist in a Bordello

Pianist in a Bordello
What would happen if a politician decided to tell the truth—the whole truth?

Richard Youngblood, aspiring Congressman, is about to find out. He’s running on a platform of honesty and transparency—and against the advice of his friends and advisers, he’s decided to start with himself. His autobiography will lay his entire life bare before voters just days before the election.

And what a life he’s had. Born in a commune and named Richard Milhous Nixon Youngblood as an angry shot at his absent father, Richard grows up in the spotlight, the son of an enigmatic fugitive and the grandson of a Republican senator. He’s kidnapped and rescued, kicked out of college for a prank involving turkeys, arrested in Hawaii while trying to deliver secrets to the CIA…Dick Nixon Youngblood’s ready to tell all.

He’ll even tell his readers about the Amandas—three women who share a name but not much else, and who each have helped shape and define the man he’s become.

Are voters really ready for the whole truth?

Are you?

Pianist in a Bordello is a hilarious political romp through the last four decades of American history, from a narrator who is full of surprises. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Free: Bittersweet: A Coming of Age Historical Romance

Free: Bittersweet: A Coming of Age Historical Romance
Bittersweet captures the zeitgeist of 1960: America transitioning from the gray decade of Eisenhower and McCarthy to JFK and Camelot; The House on Un-American Activities Committee versus the flourishing Beatnik counterculture. Its two protagonists, Renny and Max, students at Berkeley, flirt with Beat poetry, Allen Ginsberg and Kenneth Rexroth, Bebop, and student-led civil rights demonstrations. They join the SLATE organized anti-HUAC demonstration turned riot at San Francisco City Hall. The police billy clubs change their lives forever. To escape a withering culture of night sticks, sexual repression and censorship, they sail to France, land of the Enlightenment and sexual liberation where they shed their adolescence and become young men. Join them on their epic, unforgettable journey into an incandescent world of vivid characters, romance, sex and love. Free on Kindle.

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The Making of Theodore Roosevelt

The Making of Theodore Roosevelt

This a fictionalized account of a true story – the tale of how two rough Maine woodsmen took a young Theodore Roosevelt under their wing in 1878 and introduced him to the beautiful but unforgiving woodlands of the Northeast. Under their guidance, the frail but strong-willed New Yorker becomes a worthy outdoorsman, an experience which significantly shaped the world view of the man poised to become the 26th President of the United States thirteen years later. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Haiku World

Haiku World
Haiku World celebrates the haiku genre. The themes are diverse and unique. There is haiku on music, relationships, nature, food and family. Haiku World is the birth of modern haiku. A must-read collection. $0.99 on Kindle.

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