Somewhere Else ($0.99) by Alex J. Milan: When Isabel arrives at her friend’s home to find she has disappeared, a chain of events is triggered which will turn her life upside down. She finds herself unwittingly drawn into a game of cat and mouse against an adversary who will stop at nothing. Meanwhile, she is troubled by her attraction to the one man who seems determined to help her.
The Man Who Would Be King ($1.99) by Addison J. Chapple: In this hilarious satire on ‘American exceptionalism’ two Midwestern idiots travel to Somalia, impersonate Navy Seals, and steal money from pirates… what could possibly go wrong?
The Coldness of Objects ($0.99) by Panayotis Cacoyannis: A dystopian satire and a story of different kinds of love: London 2030. The news a postman delivers will cause Mr. Rubens to reflect on the sorrows and joys of the past, while he begins to prepare for the menacing surprises of the future. “Thoroughly gripping… a chilling vision of an abnormal ‘new-normal’ to come.” Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
What In The World is Baha’i: Do You Really Need To Know ($0.99) by Sam Sommer: What do Rain Wilson of the Office, Penn Badgley of You on Netflix, and Andy Grammer – the singer, have in common? They are all Baha’is. The Baha’i Faith is the fastest-growing religion in the world. This book takes you on a journey through time and is based on the authors’ experiences over 60 years, as a member of this religion. He mixes history with personal stories ending with hope for mankind.
A Waste of Shame and Other Sad Tales of the Appalachian Foothills ($1.99) by Geoffrey Smagacz: When a loaded rifle appears on page one, it absolutely must go off. In A Waste of Shame, Geoffrey Smagacz does not ignore this dramatic principle. Before the last page is turned, someone sadly pulls the trigger. Enter a small town where tragedy collides with fish fry cooks, soap-opera addicts, and the convenient but strained friendships of youth.
My Friend from Raffles City ($0.99) by C.S. Chan: Lindsay, an American scientist, finds herself friendless after five lonely months in Singapore. A woman psychic comes along, offering friendship and a love potion. But magical love comes at a price. Between keeping the secret of her psychic friend and holding on to her incredible new man, can Lindsay undo the love potion before tragedy strikes?
Hired Hand ($0.99) by John Hansen: Back in the 1940s, it was a way of life for some people. Bars, drinking, working on ranches for little money. It was a dead-end existence. Unfortunately, Teddy Walker was born into it. He was determined to escape it. And try he did. Damn the bad luck.
Keep Them Close ($4.92) by Betty Rose: A story of the bonds of family, from Ireland to Liverpool; romance and tragedy, drugs, homelessness, race and mental health. Read about Moses and the conflicts of his childhood and mixed heritage, Robina and her wilful spiritual nature; a beautiful and heartfelt story that will take you on a roller coaster of emotion.
The Other Ones ($0.99) by R. L. Mosz: Renowned physicist Damon Devereaux’s marriage has become a prison sentence, and he’s doing hard time. High school student Lilianna Annesley struggles to survive an upbringing with reprobate parents. The two meet and strike up an innocent friendship. Sometimes good things happen to people, and there isn’t anything anyone can do about it.
White Season ($5.00) by Brian Sherlock: Mount Frogmore in Australia is powdered for winter where Toby McCullough and EJ Danaher are working their first shift together – it doesn’t kick off well. Vikings, a car fire, and Knuckleheads are in play and Toby and EJ are looking ready to hate each other for good… but things can change…
And Then We Vanish: Collected Stories ($4.99) by D. H. Schleicher: AND THEN WE VANISH has been hailed as an “intriguing and rich tapestry of fiction” and a “near-perfect collection.” It contains 11 twisting tales featuring characters longing to disappear or left behind by those who already have.
After All Is Said And Done ($0.99) by Belinda G. Buchanan: Ethan Harrington is a brilliant doctor, devoted husband, eager father-to-be – and borderline alcoholic. He has spent the better part of a year trying to forgive his wife Jessica for her infidelity – but her betrayal with a colleague has left him hurt beyond words. That hurt slowly begins to heal with the birth of his son, but it isn’t long before he…
Crows On The Roof ($2.99) by Anna Housego: In Australia’s hottest town, in the remote far north, Bec’s just rolled in, fleeing a life in pieces and a man intent on finding her. An elderly Chinese woman sits in the shade, watching on, certain now that nothing will ever be the same. A powerful, page-turning novel of hidden lives, loss, and healing that comes from unexpected places.
One Visit ($0.99) by George Veck: In rural North Wales, Frankie Gibbs wants nothing more than to keep his younger brother out of the care system, while their alcoholic father heaps misery on them through systematic abuse and his never-ending parties. After Guy’s sent to prison, Frankie’s coerced into opening his home to an acquaintance from his school days, now turned drug dealer.
Last Waltz in Blossom Inlet (Blossom Inlet Series) ($2.99) by Sandra Bass Joines: Have you ever wondered how reconnecting with your first love would be? To rekindle young, forbidden passion that burned as fierce as molten lava and melted every fiber of your being. Follow Izzy and Teddy’s lives from the 1950s when their love was innocent and intense, through their painful loveless years, to the present — much later in life.
Do You Remember Me? ($4.99) by Wm M Crouch: Love becomes Nick’s window into a happier world. He must grip this new world and hold on tight so he doesn’t lose it. However, Nick fails to realize he is not in this relationship alone, and when Carmen begins to feel isolated the romance vanishes and is replaced, for Carmen, by a desire to be free. Will he ever find love and happiness again?
When Trees Fall (The Wood and Water Saga Book 1) ($2.99) by Dale Mahfood: Sharpe is a young man with divided loyalties, living as an outsider in a poor hillside village. Cailin is a naïve, adventure-seeking girl living in a Jamaican Great House. Archie is a teenage boy with a chip on his shoulder. All three long for a father’s approval, yet their unfulfilled desires spiral into rejection, mistaken affections, and murder.
Fact Check and More Probing Tales ($0.99) by James Hanna: 22 stories previously published in journals that like cutting-edge tales. A pimp, a hooker, and a schizophrenic stalker are included in the mix. In the title story, a blundering boy is adopted by a bird that cries, “fact check” whenever the boy gets into an untenable situation. Recommended for readers who like writing that strays from the fold.
Ten Thousand I Love Yous ($2.99) by Lisa Slabach: Pregnant and married at eighteen, Kim expected happily-ever-after with Jay. But when he blindsides her with a divorce eighteen years later, she goes on an odyssey of lust and love to pen a new ending. “…a thought-provoking work of contemporary fiction and a cheerful romance in the bargain.” — SPR; “… unputdownable, witty and heartwarming.” — Goodreads
The Misadventures of Rollo Hemphill ($2.99) by Gerald Everett Jones: What’s more pathetic than a young man failing upward? Poor Rollo’s clever plots can deliver anything he wants – except the girl he’s trying so hard to impress. A series of misadventures with a lifelike doll doesn’t make her jealous and brings wildly improbable complications. It’s all the fun you can have with your clothes on!
Day of Days ($0.99) by Frank Napolitano: Days of Days draws the reader into the lives of five New York City firefighters revealing the challenges and loves of a profession where service and sacrifice are job requirements. The story culminates in a minute-by-minute account of what they endured at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 and the lives and loves they lost that day.
The Joke’s on Me (The Goldberg Women) ($0.99) by Laurie Boris: Stand-up comic Frankie Goldberg’s Hollywood life falls apart with an exclamation point when a mudslide destroys her hopes, her home, and her entire collection of impractical footwear. She returns to her mother’s B&B in Woodstock, New York, expecting the comfort that home once provided, but continually finds that the joke’s on her.
Both Sides Of Love ($2.99) by Kimberly Wenzler: 2022 Readers’ Favorite silver medal winner. When a tragic accident disfigures Lizzie Adler, she leaves her love, rebuilds her life and assumes a new identity. Twelve years later, her new friendship with beautiful Noreen will force Lizzie to face her past head-on. A page-turner that explores the beauty of true friendship and the ideals of love that last forever.
New York Paranormal Police Department Box Set (Books 1-5) ($0.99) by John P. Logsdon: Deadly, savage, fuzzy, and bloody as hell. Bethany Black is a rare breed… half-human, half-cat, and 100% pampered. She’s one of the last two weretigers on the planet, making her a treasure to the Netherworld authorities. Imagine their terror when she joins the New York Paranormal Police Department. Meow. Get the complete box set today!
Psyker (Hiveworlds Novels) ($2.99) by Rory Surtain: In the distant future, densely populated hive cities rely on ancient technologies and rigid laws in order to endure. Paric Kilhaven, a noble House scion, navigates the darkly alluring world of his city’s underhive, hoping to escape the fate of an outlawed psyker. Rival gangs and chaotic forces align against him in a fight for his planet’s survival.
The Dragoneer Trilogy (Books 1-3) ($0.99) by Vickie Knestaut and Danny Knestaut: When her father is injured, Trysten is ready to lead the dragon riders of Aerona, but the laws of the kingdom forbid women from bonding with dragons. Not one to let archaic rules stand in her way, Trysten persists. With the fate of Aerona uncertain, and an emboldened enemy approaching, Trysten shows she is the hero needed.
Lost and Bound ($2.99) by E. K. Hall: A charming tale of three who become entangled by a spell gone wrong. True magic is deep and rare, yet this magician has found his efforts never enough. The kingdom limps along with a kidnapped princess forgotten by her father. Life is never just and one old knight has never met any tests with honor. Together, can these three rise above their bonds?
Survive the Dungeon (Dead Dungeon Book 1) ($0.99) by S Mays: Awakening in a cold dungeon cell, he has no memory of his past. Unarmed and alone, the only way out is to descend into the dungeon’s deeper levels. Deadly monsters lurk in the shadows, ready to destroy any intruders. He must delve deep into the dungeon’s hostile depths if he has any hope of escape, but no one leaves the dungeon unchanged…
Moon Magic (Vampire for Hire Book 28) ($0.99) by J.R. Rain: Quentin Arnbury is a Creator. He’s also the author of the popular Contest of Sovereignty series of fantasy novels. Like most true creators, his characters are real and exist in a parallel world designed and constructed by Arnbury himself. But when something dark appears in his fantasy land, not of his creation, Quentin is powerless to stop it.
The Bengal Tiger’s Silent Roar ($0.99) by Anil Nijhawan: Set in British India, a fast-paced, highly atmospheric novel – the story of a young man sufffering from learning difficulties who wants to marry a dancing girl from a Delhi brothel. The girl is married to a violent husband. His family will not allow such a union. Will he prevail against formidable odds? The twists and turns will surprise you.
Shifting Horizons: Stories of Lives Lived and Journeys Taken ($2.99) by Sheena Billett: The tales in the Shifting Horizons anthology of short stories and flash fiction feature a doomed wedding, the wrong funeral, various escape plans, a murder or two, a ghost and several inspiring gardens. Assorted characters journey into the emotional unknown taking the reader along for the, sometimes perilous, ride. Buckle up!
The Neighborhood ($4.99) by David E. Feldman: When a family of color moves into an all-white neighborhood in 1973, some residents brand the newcomers pariahs. The neighbors’ reactions traverse emotional arcs from contempt to confusion to grudging acceptance to love. Each character has his or her own unique reaction and response, as a neighborhood struggles to adapt, change and grow.
Rebel: The Last American Novel ($2.99) by T.L. Davis: Rebel is the story of Lane Daniels, a young man thirsting for freedom, a thinker, a doer, who sets out on a Kerouacian journey of adventure during the 70s.
The Renegade Queen ($0.99) by Eva Flynn: Born into poverty. Sold into marriage. Ran for President. Read this award-winning novel about Victoria Woodhull and her amazing Presidential run at a time before women could vote. Victoria loved hard, and fought hard, fighting hardest with her rival, Susan B. Anthony.
The Munich Girl ($0.99) by Phyllis Edgerly Ring: What family secrets is a portrait of Eva Braun hiding? Fifty years after WW2, Anna is plunged into the treacherous world of the Munich girl who was her mother’s confidante – and Hitler’s lover – and uncovers a tangled web of long-buried family secrets. “Historical fiction that reads like memoir.” Philadelphia Inquirer
Degrees of Love ($2.99) by Lisa Slabach: Working mom is trapped in a moral quagmire when she becomes entangled with her beguiling new boss. “…extraordinarily well-written book that will leave readers turning pages as fast as they can.” – SF Book Review. “A woman craves happiness and balance in Slabach’s piercing debut… consequences feel familiar and real in this smart and sensual novel.” – PW
Paint it Blue ($0.99) by George Thomas Clark: Paint it Blue, a collection of independent stories, combines fiction and art history to portray the lives of many great artists. Picasso reveals what he’s like. Vincent van Gogh shares his agony and inspiration. Pioneering female artists such as Frida Kahlo, Lee Krasner and Diane Arbus invite us inside, and more…
Relativity ($0.99) by Ben Adams: 2023 Pushcart Prize Nominee – Harry Erickson believes he’s disproven Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. Dennis Drysdale is in love with a woman he knew from high school. Timothy Henderson wants to professionally play video games. The trio pursues their dreams at a university physics department, a video game tournament, and a Panera Bread.
King of Nord & The End of All Religions ($0.99) by John Sky: Will there be another world conflict? Who will prevail in the coming clash between Anglo-Amerika power and “King of the North”? Who is “King of the North”? The fall of “Babylon the Great”, the end of all religions, “Eighth King”, Peace and Security on Earth.
Accursed Women ($0.99) by Luciana Cavallaro: 5 women, 5 stories. Five well-known Greek myths retold. Their stories in their own words. Be surprised, saddened, and dismayed by what these five amazing women endured.
For Love and Mercy ($4.99) by C. Ingrid Deringer: For Love and Mercy is a wholesome heartfelt story of love and loss, courage and forgiveness that will have you reflecting on the purpose of life. Stormy Hera is serving a manslaughter sentence at a forensic hospital and though she can’t recall committing the crime, she feels strongly that she did the right thing.
Living in Chaos ($2.99) by Sabrina De Angelis: A captivating collection of dystopian, survival short stories that take you on a wild adventure to the depths of the earth! What would you do if everything you’ve ever wanted suddenly went up in FLAMES? How would you feel? What decisions would you take to keep everyone safe?
Penny For Your Playlist ($4.99) by Maggie Menane: As the clock counts down to an unforgettable anniversary party, Penny embarks on a journey of reclamation to find out what, and who, really matters. With its dash of dark humor, pinch of 80s nostalgia, and a lovable quirky group of female friends, you’ll enjoy this coming-of-middle-age story for the jaded John Hughes generation.
The Six Loves of Jack Brown ($0.99) by Danny Mac: Would you friend a man whose heart belonged to his deceased wife? Read the story from six women who knew Jack the best. They remained friends through success, tragedy, and redemption. Four tried to be his lover but remained friends to his end. All six cared deeply for very different reasons. Read their testimony for this gentle and kind man.
The Recipient ($2.99) by Shail Rajan: Small-town mayor Kacie Nolan’s life is thrown into turmoil by the mysterious arrival of Jett Vanders, a world-famous musician desperate to escape the limelight. When a celebrity stalker sets her daring plan into motion, a shocking revelation forces Kacie to decide whether she’s willing to let go of the past and risk everything for the future.
Eighty and Out ($0.99) by Kim Cano: Back in the 1950s, when Jeannie and I were kids, we made a pact not to live past age 80. We’d seen our Aunt Violet waiting to die in the nursing home, and we decided that wouldn’t happen to us. We’d live life to the fullest and go out on our own terms. Little did we know what fate had in store for us.
The Middle Between Us ($0.99) by Itamar S.N.: Four tormented souls. Two impossible love stories. One inescapable fate. Seemingly unrelated at first, the two star-crossed couples find out they are not only parallel – but deeply intertwined.
A Drop in the Ocean ($0.99) by Jenni Ogden: When mid-life Anna loses her job she flees to a coral island where, amongst seabirds, nesting turtles & eccentric islanders she finds a family & learns some bittersweet lessons about love.
Ghosted (The Treason House Trilogy) ($2.99) by Baye Hartshorne: Happiness is a hot ghost as Julia finds out when she falls for Treason House’s sexiest specter, Knight. Together mortal and immortal discover love and passion as they battle other scary spirits, Julia’s strange psychic family, and a 360-year-old murder mystery. Can their relationship survive all this?
Christabel ($0.99) by John Vance: A novel inspired by Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s famous Gothic narrative poem. Set in 1882, with strong female characters and supernatural, mysterious, and horrific elements. Commentary on the plight of Victorian-era women and the power of literature itself.
The Fire Escape Stories (Volume II) ($0.99) by Chuck Cascio: Two cousins grow up together and share everything on the gritty Brooklyn fire escape they love. They think they will always be there for one another… but life has other plans. Can the fire escape save them both?
Coyote’s Road Trip ($0.99) by Laura Koerber: Go on the road with Coyote Jim, the shape-shifting spirit of the desert, on his adventures while he travels through the NW looking for a new home. “Unlike so many dystopian stories, this is a somewhat surreal, moody, and introspective tale, with an easy flow that’s much like, well, taking a long drive.” Goodreads review.
Layers: A Collection of Short Stories ($0.99) by Zuzanne Belec: Recipient of Readers’ Favorite Five-Star Award. If you like a minimalist and dark, yet humorous, look at the contrasts we face in the world today, you will enjoy this collection of unique mixed-genre stories. Read Layers now, for a unique, highly-rated trip to different worlds.
Cozy Reader ($4.49) by Lori Thorn: The goal of Cozy Reader is relaxation. If you’re feeling stressed or anxious, read these scenarios slowly, allowing yourself to immerse in their ambiance. Cozy Reader is a no-tension anthology that explores extreme comfort, safety, confidence, and good feeling. Some examples are Gardening, Reading, and Thunderstorms.
The Little Queen ($2.99) by K Hincker: They took her hive and stole her past, but when she’s rescued by Anthony, a grieving boy who lost his mother, the Little Queen finds her purpose, and begins a fight she will sacrifice anything to win. Learn how it feels to dream like a bee. Readers call this book, ‘riveting, lyrical,’ and give it an average of 5 ***** Paperback reduced to $6.99!
The Last Polar Bear ($0.99) by Dana Rodney: The Last Polar Bear is a compelling journey into the near-future Arctic inside the world of the last polar bear. A female Inuit scientist, Nuli, uses her shamanic powers in an attempt to save the bear’s life, even at the risk of her own. Part thriller, part wildlife adventure, part poetry, your thoughts on climate change will be forever changed.
Nightfall in the Garden of Deep Time ($0.99) by Tracy Higley: Kelsey doesn’t have time to pursue her writing dreams. Imagination doesn’t pay the bills, and she’s busy saving her bookshop from online competition, hotel developers, and the suspicion that nobody reads anymore. Not to mention all those voices telling her she doesn’t have talent. But then the vacant lot of weeds next door starts to shimmer.
My Name Was Susan O’Malley ($2.99) by Michael J Nercessian: Susan O’Malley suffers from “disease of the mind.” Like many who grappled with mental illness in the 20th century, her voice is largely silent, yet even after her death, remains a lingering, often combative, presence in the lives of her closest friends. My Name Was Susan O’Malley is a story of love, loss and finding the strength to forgive yourself.