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Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Castles in the Air: Misadventures of a Profession by Sangeet Sharma

Word by word, sentence by sentence, page by page, every scene unfolds like a screenplay, leaving the reader amazed with the brutalities of life in architecture, and life itself.


It’s really hard - How to Catch a Magical by Samuel Thews

“Samuel Thews writes a rousing tale of magic, bounty hunters and war. I suspect that I like my teenage heroines to always be confident and either compassionate and positive, or cynical, violent and jaded.”

He's been known to be wrong about stuff - My Name is Nelson by Dylan Fairchild

* Absolutely, positively, not a real person
** He's been known to be wrong about stuff



from real-world truths - The Aviary (The Aviary Series, #1) by Emily Shore

Stories were inspired by real-world truths from survivors and rescue workers. A portion of The Aviary's proceeds will always go to benefit Women at Risk, International.


she may be the only one...Take Hold of Me by Arell Rivers

18++
A Woman Fighting to Stay on Top
A Man Surrendering Hope
In the end, she may be the only one who can Take Hold of Me.

never to find rest - Blessing of Luna (Wolf gods #1) by Blaise Ramsay


If you like hot lycanthrope guys, overly possessive vampire chicks, vindictive gods, strong female leads and some hot sex scenes, this book is for you.


his life may be more than it seems - Robert's Rules by J.F. Riordan

"I just finished Robert’s Rules. Bravo!! I loved it. The best in the award-winning “North of the Tension Line” series, yet. Smart, funny, suspenseful, with a touch of romance and quirkiness" - Paula, Goodreads


Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Keep You Safe by C.R. Moss in the Down and Dirty anthology

18++ Down and Dirty anthology - Featuring stories from: Lori King, Maia Dylan, Sarah Marsh, Elena Kincaid, Cecile Tellier, London Saint James, Bella Settara, Rose Nickol, RL Merrill, Ashley Malkin, Lucy Felthouse, Scarlett J. Rose, Sydney Lea, CR Moss, Samantha A. Cole, Danielle James, Ava Campbell, Eva Moore, Kimberlie L. Faye, Sabrina Sol, Nikki Prince, and Mia Hopkins

one step ahead - The Coin Series Box Set by Maria Elena Alonso-Sierra

The thrilling, complete story of Gabriela Martinez and Richard Harrison, as they try to keep one step ahead from madmen who are trying to kill them.


The Gene Police (Shep Harrington Smalltown Mystery #3) by Elliott Light

"Elliott Light has a way of creating characters that pop off the pages, and this book will have you immersed from the very first page. [...] Not only is the science of eugenics part of this novel, but throw in a murder mystery, and you’ve got a suspenseful, engrossing tale." Kerrie, Goodreads

what saying goodbye means - Second Star to the Right by Wendy Gold

Will he leave her for a world of fairies and pixie dust when Peter knows that saying goodbye means going away, and going away means forgetting each other forever?


deadly repercussions - Don’t Cheat Me (Nora Jacobs #2) by Jackie May

18 "I love everything there is to love. The dialogue, world creating, character development, romantic development (definitely slow burn) and the action and plot. 
Well written. Well thought out. Well done. " MN, Goodreads

There is no rhyme or reason to the carnage - Hail to the Queen (Witch For Hire #2) by Shyla Colt

"Ms Colt weaves a wonderful story of romance with a mix of paranormal touches that engages you so that you're dying to figure out the mystery [...]. This story is a mix of romance, action, and mystery that made their journey so entertaining that it was hard for me to put this book down until the very end. I hope there will be more books to this series because I would love to continue to visit with this lovable, quirky, magical bunch of characters. Long Live the Queen! " Karen, Goodreads

an impulsive decision - Model Marine by Sondra Sykes Meek

"The book is well-written, and can be readily presented as a fine example of feminism in literature without remotely being preachy. [...]
In terms of literary quality, as I say: the book is well-written. That statement itself may be a touch laconic, but is somewhat high praise from me as I’m difficult to please in that regard."
- David, Goodreads

Will his heart lead him back?- For the Brave (The Gentrys of Paradise #2) by Holly Bush

"Vivid, well-written, and compelling. This novel is definitely author Holly Bush’s greatest achievement so far, and I can’t wait to read the next one in this series. " Deana, Goodreads



“Find another reason to live” - Asta and the Barbarians by Becca Fox

"What an amazing book! I’ll admit that I was critical when I first began reading, after all, finding a good book is difficult. As the first chapter began, I became interested, the story of Asta is intriguing and mysterious starting at the beginning. It didn’t take long before I was hooked and dying to know how the story was going to unfold." Renee, Goodreads

Monday, May 21, 2018

Many thousands have and will perish - The Phoenix Cycle by Bob Collopy

"As you go through, you see how things can be opposites, mirrors of one another, yet they are still all connected. One should read The Phoenix Cycle more than once to get full value.
Haha, this story would make a great Final Fantasy installment! That's how it wove itself in my mind. I'd certainly love to play that game! Ramfort would be my front-runner!"
J. Aislynn, Goodreads

The Kyn Kronicles by Jami Gray


In a world of intrigue and shadows, tangling with the monsters can leave its mark…


Did she disappear on purpose? - Gone by S.H. Love

Rory Richards is self-absorbed and suicidal.
Over the last year, he has lost his job, has attempted suicide multiple times, and has gotten his relationship to the point where it is heading for divorce. Fed up with everything, Rory has accepted his fate.

the truth begins to unfold - Esme's Wish (Esme Series #1) by Elizabeth Foster

"I thoroughly enjoyed it. The magical fantasy was done in such a believable way, it was easy to visualise the sights Esme was seeing – feel her emotions and fears. I’m really looking forward to Esme’s Gift when it is published early in 2019! Highly recommended to fans of the genre." - Brenda, Goodreads

there are only two ways out of the ballroom... Bite Me (The Puritan Coven #1) by Louise Cypress

"I was pleasantly surprised by the originality of this story. I thought the trend of vampires in YA had been played out, but this story brought something new and refreshing to the genre. This story convinced me that we shouldn't put a stake in YA vampire lit just yet. Bite Me was a bloody good time! filled to the brim with humor, action, and romance!" - Kimberly, Goodreads

What will it cost to survive? - Sacrificial Lam by Gary Guinn

"The author did a suburb job with character development, plot outlining, and keeping the audience hanging in suspense as to what was going to happen. Author did an amazing having the main character continue to deny the fact that someone was personally attacking his possessions and home because this truly brought out his human side. [...] Highly recommended for your next mystery! " Valerie, Goodreads

His only option - Malevolent Sadness (The Prophet’s Mother, #2) by Julian Coleman

18+ A new paranormal suspense thriller from the WINNER of The Independent Author Network 2016 OUTSTANDING BOOK of the YEAR. 


Neither is backing down. - Sundays are for Hangovers by K. Webster, J.D. Hollyfield

"This was such a fun read and everything I’ve come to love from the authors. The writing was engaging and seamless. The characters were unique, flawed but loveable in their own special way...though Bjork...and a balance of crazy and swoon worthy moments that make you want more. So, if you’re in the mood for a fun enemies to lovers/opposites attraction romance, then this is a must read!" - Kahea, Goodreads

a world of bloody sacrifices and evil curses - Daughter of the Sun (Cult of the Cat series #1) by Zoe Kalo


“Great writing, great characters, great plot. Very immersive reading experience.” –Awesome Book Assessment

“Daughter of the Sun is an intriguing young adult mythology read full of mystery, magic, action, and history… [it] kept me flipping pages like an addict.” –Fishing for Books


A killer when he needs to be. - Dangerous (Nomad Outlaws Trilogy #2) by Tory Richards

18++
"You heard me," I growled. "You don't know what you're doing, messing around with these men. They aren't known for saying no to something they want."

Only the fires of vengeance remain - Daughter of Madness (Creation Saga #2) by Amanda J. McGee


DAUGHTER OF MADNESS tells the story of a princess and her twin, a soldier and his king, and an oracle who is more than she seems.

Right and Wrong - Offsides Series by Natalie Decker

"I love the characters! All of them are flawed characters, which make them realistic teenagers. I love that they know these flaws and works on it, if not know, then learn them. I love their headstrong attitudes and they are proud of it! [...] In all totality, I love the book. Really great, fluffy read. And I'm definitely going to watch out for more of the stories of the series." Alyssa, Goodreads (about book #1)

a complication I definitely don’t need - Kenzie And The Guy Next Door (Scandalous #4) by R. Linda

I’m sure he’s a complication I definitely don’t need. But then he inserts himself effortlessly into my life, becoming my hero, my saviour, and someone my son can look up to, and I realize how much I actually need him.

Sunday, May 20, 2018

This is life and... Nothing Is Predictable by Adalina Mae

"Nothing is Predictable by Adalina Mae is a short but powerful novel about the twists and turns life can take you through before you are even sure who you are or begin to get a glimpse of what life is about. [...] Adalina Mae has a unique and very powerful, yet subtle way of telling a story. " Ray, Goodreads

She needs help, and only one man can provide it - Austin Chronicles (Aether Walker) by NAK Baldron

Aether Walkers plague the city!
Kandice sees the creatures throughout her city, but no one else seems to care.
Aether Walkers still plague the city, but at least Kandice is not alone.
The mayor is an Aether Walker!

Will they both survive? - Breaking Free by Debbie Williams

"There was something different about Chloe. Just when you think this is just a love story the secrets come out and you end with mystery and suspense. It draws you in and you don't know where the story is going to take you. Really keeps you turning pages." - Lynn, Goodreads

Prophet & Monster - Malevolent Sadness (The Prophet’s Mother, #2) by Julian Coleman

18+ A new paranormal suspense thriller from the WINNER of The Independent Author Network 2016 OUTSTANDING BOOK of the YEAR. 


Saturday, May 19, 2018

things change with time, not only appearances - The Dark Evoke Series by V.L. Brock


Seeking Nirvana is a little dark. The one thing I love is, the further into The Dark Evoke Series you go, the darker it gets.

It's going to be one Hell of a journey.- Author

Contain elements of physical and psychological abuse, and is therefore only recommended to readers over the age of 18

They say opposites attract… maybe they do. - Bad News by Lilly James

"[J]ust a girl who fell in love with the most popular boy in school. 
Kinda cliché right? Well, I thought so too, but trust me, don't judge a book by it's cover. 
The storyline was actually great. 
There were certain twists that surprised me and hero did redeemed himself in the end. [...]
I highly recommend it to everyone who loves good college romance." Lea, Goodreads

there is hope - Return of the Convict by William Alan Thomas

"a crackling, well-told story...exciting, thought-provoking."--Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
"The novel is in turn thrilling and thought-provoking, and has the makings of a powerful sci-fi franchise."--Foreword Reviews (Clarion Review, 5 stars)
"captivating, relentlessly paced...this novel should more than satisfy anyone who enjoys cerebral sci-fi."--Blueink Review (starred review)

Missing and Presumed Dead (Chandler County) by Cherime MacFarlane

Crystal likes everything about the man Grant is. But she isn't cut out for mixing in the upper echelon of Chandler County society. Her brother needs to know what happened to their mother, Crystal isn't so sure she cares. If her mother walked away from her children, Crystal doesn't need her now.


As fate would have it... Demon King's Desire (Elemental Sisters #1) by J.L. Sheppard

"Well i didn't expect to be that good, as i flipped the pages i liked it more a more, this story has a unique approach for demons and the author has created a new world were many paranormal beings exists from demons and angels to vampires and many more. [...] I really enjoyed reading it it had many twists and surprises and a lot of suspense, i'm looking forward to read the second book of the series." Nicole, Goodreads

He knew he shouldn't - Blessing of Luna (Wolf Gods #1) by Blaise Ramsay

18+ "You will fall in love with these characters and this book! I definitely recommend this if you are a fan of paranormal romance." - Dawn, Goodreads


Grand Finale for The Waldensian Series by Donna Wichelman

Launch - Interview with the Author
What was your motivation behind writing these books?

A number of years ago, I became fascinated by the real-life story of the Waldensians, a persecuted, pre-reformation Christian sect who were often martyred for holding to their doctrinal views against papal authority over the centuries of the second millennium. While church historians have written volumes on the religious group, I wanted to write a fictional, Christian suspense series that created a contemporary story around a people whose real-life story of valor and faith endured the test of time. In both Light Out of Darkness and Undaunted Valor, Jamie and Alessandro come face to face with unrelenting criminal forces that require the protagonists to find courage and hope by looking toward the preserving faith of their ancestors.