The Crescent Moon Fox ($4.50) by Metin Murat: A compassionate, heartbreaking, brutal, and occasionally humorous novel about Turkish Cypriots. Murat takes his reader on an emotional, spiritual and cultural journey, revealing the glory and trauma of Cypriot life. Through a group of diverse characters, he reveals the true story of Cyprus from a non-partisan perspective reflecting both Greek and Turkish aspirations.
The Secret Diary of an Arranged Marriage ($0.99) by Halima Khatun: A British Bengali girl looking for Mr. Right. A motley crew of men. A mum on a mission to match make an age-old tradition with a twist. Welcome to the world of arranged marriage. The award-winning novel by former journalist Halima Khatun explores family and identity with acerbic humor. It’ll change your view of matchmaking for good.
In the Blink of My Eye ($3.99) by Lynne Biss: Reagan Kathleen McDonald was born into a large Irish family. She came into this world with a smile on her face, a twinkle of mischief in her eyes, and a heart full of love. Follow her throughout the roller coaster ride of her life encompassing the humor, romance, drama, hurt, pain, and rejection, yet joy of the stages she would grow through, dance through, laugh through and cry through.
Gentry’s Journey ($2.99) by Louise Garrett: Will Victor and Gentry get married? Victor reveals a secret that could end the relationship. Jazie had more drama. Stay with Gentry to determine how she handles the surprises.
They Whisper in my Blood ($2.07) by Franciska Soares: Perpetua (Pippa) Cabral is a semi-retired forensic accountant living in Queenstown, NZ. Untold career success has not translated into happiness. She’d forsaken that when she abandoned her soulmate, Shyam, in deference to her xenophobic parent’s wishes. Can she reach across time and space and find fulfillment? Even love?
Shifting Horizons ($2.99) by Sheena Billett: The stories in this collection have been written over the last year and reflect some of the challenges many of us have faced in these strange times. The theme of escape and freedom, whether from anxieties, toxic relationships, or other forms of restraint, links many of the stories, as we follow the journeys of various characters towards new horizons.
Screaming in Autopilot ($0.99) by Kris Ball: Screaming In Autopilot will terrorize, mesmerize and tenderize the reader’s heart as it describes childhood abuse that manifests into an adulthood filled with depression, alcoholism, suicide, and divorce. Read along as the author divulges her life in painful prose and intensely heartbreaking short stories; she also includes touching love poetry and incredibly humorous works as well. This work will awaken all the readers’ emotions and reveal that time truly can be a healing force for those who have experienced childhood trauma, and there is freedom in forgiveness, laughter, and letting go of anger.
Old Baggage ($0.99) by Toni Kief: Not all romances end with rose petals and champagne. It took most of her life, but Elizabeth Donovan has had enough. After years of a difficult marriage, she has finally fought back. Libby had no choice but to leave the life behind and face the secret from her youth. The old life doesn’t let go, as she stumbles into a lifelong question.
Stoneheart ($4.99) by Baer Charlton: Gunnery Sergeant Stone is handed his separation papers because of TBI and PTSD. Now he faces his own devils as he searches for the compass within him — in a country that has lost its own compass as he attempts to go home. In an effort to find his peace, he ends up beside a tranquil lake, watching a perfect sunset. And then the phone rings…
The Funny Thing Is… ($2.99) by Holly Schindler: So a dog (part Irish Setter, part Snuffleupagus), a would-be gas station robber, and a girl with a plane ticket to the other side of grief (literally!) all walk into a bar… All jokes aside, these are characters in Holly Schindler’s funny shorts, compiled here into a single download of chuckles and smiles.
Both Sides Of Love ($0.99) by Kimberly Wenzler: A horrific accident strips Lizzie Adler of all she holds dear, forcing her to rebuild her life and assume a new identity. When she becomes friends with a fellow mom at her first PTA meeting, Lizzie (now known as Beth) will face her past head-on. A page-turner that explores the beauty of true friendship and the ideals of love that lasts forever.
Dog Logic ($3.99) by Tom Strelich: Hertell Daggett has just discovered a time capsule. Only this one is full of people, and they’ve been living beneath his pet cemetery since 1963 due to some bad information they got about the end of the world. Hertell leads the duck-and-cover civilization into the glorious, mystifying, and often dismaying modern world. What could possibly go wrong?
Every Awful Thing ($0.99) by S.E. Bourne: This book has little stories about seemingly everything, from being a kid learning to ride a bicycle out on your own without anyone caring, to menopause, and growing old. It has childhood, adulthood, first experiences, mistakes, dreams, escaping into the natural world, memories, hopes, and truth. What more could one hope to find in a book so small?
Holy Ghost ($2.99) by K D Conway: Holy Ghost is a masterwork of historical fiction. The emotional response it elicits from the reader. The compelling characters. The plot twists. The lyrical writing. The tension between good and evil. The history lessons that endure today. There are no stock characters in this book. Even the minor characters are beautifully fleshed out.
We Stand Alone (The Airmen Series Book 3) ($0.99) by David Lee Corley: The Viet Minh and French paratroopers square off in a winner-take-all battle at Dien Bien Phu in this unforgettable epic based on actual events and real people. If you are a fan of history with accurate details and riveting suspense, then you’ll love David Lee Corley’s historical war novel – We Stand Alone.
Catching the Wind (Sam Cloud-Carson Book 2) ($3.99) by Steve Physioc: A captivating tale of duty, honor, love — and baseball. Sam Cloud-Carson is a world-class pitcher hiding a painful past and one big secret, and his natural talent brings attention from scouts and a troubled woman facing her own demons. He’s ready to make his mark on and off the field when his arch-enemy threatens to crush his chance at redemption.
The Ascension of Mary ($4.99) by William West: Rachel and her 14-year-old daughter Mary move to Rachel’s childhood home near Chicago where family secrets await them. Mary discovers a ghost in her room and believes it is the spirit of her father, murdered before she was born in a heartless act of hate. To discover who was responsible, they must face tough instances of racial discrimination.
A Girl Named Dara ($0.99) by Tom Flynn: Jeff Newcastle thinks he’s found the perfect college romance when he meets Dara, a lovely Belarussian girl, on the first day of poetry class at UCLA. Unfortunately, his obsession with Dara’s beauty blinds him to the reality of her tragic and chaotic life. “A masterful debut novel and a must-read” – Amazon Review
Every Arm Outstretched ($4.99) by Phil Halton: In 1978, the tension on the streets of Managua was electric. When a violent government crackdown sparks a civil war, street musician Paco is forced to choose sides to survive. “Every Arm Outstretched” examines historical events through the lens of the human heart. To what do we owe our ultimate loyalty? And can the end ever truly justify the means?
The Tears of Blood ($4.99) by Peter A. Hubbard: Section Five of Interpol was created to hunt the worst of the worst, and has a well-earned reputation for solving difficult cases and taking no prisoners. The story moves all over the planet, as the women of Section Five try to find and stop the refugee women turned terrorists, with their agenda of reducing the globe to its basic, primary nature.
My Best Mistake (My Best Series Book 1) ($0.99) by Carole Wolfe: Everybody wants something from Tasha Gerome. Her deadbeat ex-husband wants cash, her house is a mess, and a doctor falsely accuses her of writing bad reviews. Desperate for anything to go right, she tries to summon the inner strength to put her fuzzy-pink-pig-slippered foot down. Can Tasha work up the courage to live on her own terms?
The Difference ($0.99) by C. D’Angelo: A woman seeking fulfillment and clarity of identity goes on an ancestry mission to reveal her Italian immigrant grandpa’s secretive past, meanwhile trying to repair her damaged romantic relationship and her own mental health.
Farawayer ($4.99) by Billy DeCarlo: Have you ever wanted to walk away from it all? Levi does just that, hitchhiking and motorcycling through 1980s America after he’s cast out of military service and cast away by his first love. He’s sworn to not become ensnared by the hamster wheel of life. Will the pull of family, his past mistakes, or the tragic event that occurs end his quest for freedom?
Catching Mozart ($0.99) by Benjamin Laskin: “Got Mozart?” Threatened by financial ruin and the breakup of their team, the three hapless and lovelorn pals of JC’s Lawncare bet everything on one last job. When failure appears inevitable, the chance encounter with a lovely opera soprano launches the three friends on a wild, mind-blowing journey into the “Mozart zone.” Rock me, Amadeus!
After The Rising: Centenary Edition (The Irish Trilogy Book 1) ($0.99) by Orna Ross: “A haunting tale” (The Evening Herald) from bestseller Orna Ross: after her mother’s funeral, Jo Devereux discovers a chest of secrets. Who murdered her great-uncle? Did they cause the Irish Civil War? Can she forgive the past to revive a lost love?
All the Creatures that Breathe ($1.99) by D. Dauphinee: In 1985, friends Casey, Claire, and Jack, three Harvard archaeology graduate students, travel to Peru for some backpacking and to seek ancient ruins. In the remote Andes, they find beauty and adventure and meet with unspeakable tragedy, which leads to a reality of trauma and pain.
Mom Wars (Forest River PTA Moms Books 1-4) ($0.99) by Hilary Grossman: Boxed set: 1000+ pages of comedic capers on the mean streets of motherhood! Control-freak president Jackie Martin has gone to war with her suddenly former BFF, treasurer Donna Warren. And Sydney Clayton is caught in the middle. Follow four mothers as they battle the pitfalls of suburbia, parenting, and getting the best for their kids… at any cost.
Sydney’s Promise ($0.99) by David R. McKay: Sydney Regan is a young girl besieged by an impoverished upbringing with an alcoholic mother burdened by declining mental health. Fortunately, wisdom gained from an elderly neighbor directs Sydney’s path through life; the gift of a small, ornamental dog provides her with hope, and an imaginary box, buried deep in her mind, ensures her survival.
Pianist in a Bordello ($0.99) by Mike Erickson: 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.
Red Leicester Blues ($0.99) by Richard Cunliffe: Set in England, Red Leicester Blues spans two timelines from the 1970s onwards. Five-year-old Billy Prendergast has regular sibling rivalries and an irregular interest in politics. In his forties, he’s successful in business but unlucky in love, and troubles loom large when his vengeful elder brother is released from jail. Can Billy win the day?
My Life at First Try: Extended Edition ($2.99) by Mark Budman: An American Dream or an American Nightmare? From Publisher’s Weekly: This blazingly fast and funny “semi-autobiographical” novel follows a Russian man’s comically earnest pursuit of the American dream.
A Better Heart ($0.99) by Chuck Augello: For aspiring indie filmmaker Kevin Stacey, it’s another day on the set of his first film, but when his estranged father, a failed Hollywood actor, arrives unexpectedly with a bundle of cash, a gun, and a stolen capuchin monkey, he’s propelled toward the journey that will change his life.
Knewgoat: A Black Man’s Journey to Greatness in the Hell That is America ($2.99) by Marquise Thompson: After his untimely demise, Hassan, an undefeated lawyer uses his experiences as a Black man to make his most important closing argument to God. On Judgement Day, Hassan explains why Black men who have survived in America, deserve to spend eternity in Heaven.
My Irish Dog ($0.99) by Douglas Solvie: Spencer held on to the faintest of hope, but still, he knew the trip to Ireland had almost no prospect of remedying his internal dilemma. Then again, he never imagined that a chance meeting with a lost and dying dog named Shandy would change his life forever.
Bully 4 Love: A Rather Odd Love Story ($0.99) by Steven Paul Leiva: A “FAVORITE BOOK OF 2021” — MONTREAL TIMES! Adolphus is a happy, middle-aged, unambitious, history teacher at a community college. Then suddenly SHE walks into his classroom. Lavinia is beautiful in a unique yet compelling way. And radiant almost beyond description. Thus begins a rather odd story of love rejected, love ignored, love found — and pizza.
Starling ($3.99) by Mary Vensel White: Gina lives a comfortable life. She takes the train to her job in downtown Chicago and on the weekends, watches movies or visits with her nosy neighbor. But on a rainy weekend in March, her comfortable life is disrupted. A blind date, a mysterious envelope, and a voicemail from Korea – each pushes Gina to confront a secret she’s been hiding for twenty years…
The Colour Of Wednesday (Follow Up to Down The Tubes) ($1.99) by Kate Rigby: With the help of a new friend, can Michael finally beat his addiction and overcome his recent bereavement? The Colour Of Wednesday explores the dark interior world of grief and past pain, while looking toward a world of hope and self-discovery. Contains some LGBTQ scenes, drug use, child abuse, and suicide. This can be read as a standalone book.
My Dear Rosa Jean (Standing Through Storms) ($0.99) by Carin Jayne Casey: Rosa Jean wondered if she could ever recover from her life of domestic violence… Indeed, from Rosa Jean’s meager beginnings, her foundation had been shaken to the core. She was slammed down, shattered, and discarded, as if into a pit. Even significant pieces of her life were ripped away from her. But she lived. Is it possible for her to overcome?
Euphoric Wonderland ($2.99) by Ryan M. Becker: Open your heart to a compilation of musical poetry and surreal expression drawn from madness and mania. Euphoric Wonderland carries you down a rabbit hole of unusual and trippy experiences that gives you a newfound perspective on love, pain, life, and the joys – and struggles – of existence. *Now in full-color with art by Matthew Revert*.
A Bride for Bear (The Proxy Brides Book 67) ($2.99) by Joi Copeland: With the sudden death of her parents in a freak train accident, Clara Dupree is at a loss for what to do. Her overbearing sister-in-law convinces her weakling of an older brother to marry her off to the highest bidder. Unfortunately for Clara, the highest bidder is the philanderer of Philadelphia. When her servants arranged for her to be a mail-order bride by proxy, Clara goes along. Will she find love?
A War Too Far (The Airmen Series Book 1) ($0.99) by David Lee Corley: In 1945, near the end of WWII, a six-man covert OSS unit parachuted into Northern Vietnam to find the elusive leader of the Viet Minh – Ho Chi Minh. Its mission was to train and supply the Vietnamese guerrillas to fight the Japanese army and cut off their supply routes into China. Based on the true events of the Deer Team – the first Americans to fight and die in Vietnam.
Ye-Shu-A: The Lost Journey ($3.49) by Denis Tutaka: Yeshua is on a journey of self-discovery but only to realize that his journey is much deeper than he first thought. He has special abilities, hearing an inner voice is one thing but a talking animal is another. Yeshua meets a society that believes they have the answers he’s been looking for but his instinct tells him otherwise. Who will he listen to?