Merry Christmas, Henry by Aubrey Wynne

Henry, a shy and talented artist, moonlights as a security guard at a museum and loses his heart to a beautiful, melancholy woman in a painting. As his obsession grows, he finds a kindred soul who helps him in his search for happiness. On Christmas Eve, Henry dares to take a chance on love and…

The Last Train by Richard Alan

In this short and witty novella, Jake traverses a treacherous path between heaven and hell to reunite with his beloved Bernadette. A vacation celebrating their Silver Anniversary goes very wrong, and so the bizarre journey begins.  Jake’s premature death is the catalyst for this comical, suspenseful, and thrilling page-turner. Love is the fuel that empowers…

Mad Dog Justice by Mark Rubinstein

Roddy Dolan, a surgeon, and Danny Burns, an accountant, are being hunted as prey. Whoever is after them, and for whatever reason, they are in the crosshairs of killers. Their lives are unravelling. They must hide, send their families away, and leave everything behind. As the jaws of the vise grow tighter, Roddy and Danny…

The Back-Up Series by A.M. Madden

Leila Marino’s biggest dream is to become a rock star. A lucky opportunity has her auditioning with an up & coming rock band named Devil’s Lair. The band hires Leila as their back-up singer, signing her up for months in the studio and touring on the road with the sexy bunch. Jack is the quintessential…

PAPPY MOSES’ PEANUT PLANTATION by Michael Edwin Q.

Near the end of the civil war, Moses Brown, an elderly black man is the true owner of the Bush Plantation – through inheritance. For appearances, his white son-in-law, Josh, plays the part of Master of the plantation when strangers are about. Together they make a success of the plantation. Their main goal is to…

Riding the Rails by Errol Lincoln Uys

During the Great Depression, more than 250,000 children left their homes and hopped freight trains crisscrossing the United States. They were looking for work and adventure; some wanted to leave their homes, and some had to. They grew up in speeding boxcars, living in hobo jungles, begging on the streets, and running from the police…

2015 NEW ASTROLOGY HOROSCOPES CHINESE AND WESTERN by Suzanne White

Suzanne White has done it again! Her World Famous Yearly Horoscopes Have Returned for 2015 – The Year of the Sheep (Goat). This captivating book (400 pages) includes monthly forecasts for all 24 Zodiac signs – both Western and Chinese. Your “New Astrology™” sign is a combination of your celestial Astrology sign and your Chinese…

Beyond the Broken by Sharisse Kimbro

It seems like only yesterday when five friends with separate dreams stood together at their graduation ceremony at Stanford, turned their tassels, and looked forward with optimism. But two decades later, Neva, Annette, Lauren, Tamara, and Heather have all experienced a reality much different than the dreams they once envisioned. A troubled marriage and unexpected…

Hollow by Christopher Alan Ott

Jonas Kirchner has one major problem: he died ten years ago and ever since his life has been a living nightmare. Legally dead when his body is pulled from the icy waters of the Saginaw River Jonas makes an unwitting pact with the dark presence that calls the murky waters home. But life after death…