Chase of the Rising Sun ($0.99) by Colin Rink: Who ever really knows themselves? And can you ever be truly happy? Mark Rasper is a thirty-year-old man who has always had a fascination with Japan. When he’s able to transfer there for work, he doesn’t hesitate, and before he has time to change his mind he is face to face with one of the most devastating events in Japanese history.
Midheaven (Hickey Family Crime Novels Book 8) ($2.99) by Ken Kuhlken: The haunting story, honored as a finalist for the Ernest Hemingway Award for Best First Fiction Book, set in and around the exquisite Lake Tahoe basin, is told by a precocious seventeen-year-old torn between her quest for God and her love for a man.
The Narrows (The Raymond Hatcher Stories) ($1.99) by Mark Zvonkovic: A 1970s introspective story of two friends who take different paths to find their niche in the world. With Larry, it’s about a nice apartment and a girlfriend, while Bradley is exploring other avenues to find his nirvana. The story is a slice-of-life so expansive that it’s hard to believe it embraces only ten pivotal days in the narrator’s life.
The Artist ($0.99) by Catherine Peake: David Condamine is a professional artist. So are his friends George and Em who like to know about everything he’s doing, including his current exhibition. Gallery assistant Felicity and artists’ model Mimi become involved and everyone moves their attention to outside the studio, which may or may not be as interesting as what’s going on inside it.
Growing Up, Poetry ($1.99) by Jennelle L. White: Relive happy times & fond memories of childhood. Live the happy times of being a child. For the young & young at heart. Whimsical poems and pictures of nature, stars, seasons, and others. A trip to nostalgia.”A very delightful read, a sweet collection of poems,” 5-STARS, 2019 Book Excellence Finalist Winner, 2020 Manhattan Finalist Winner.
Long Walk Up ($1.99) by Denise Turney: Long Walk Up is the gripping tale of a young girl’s journey from poverty and despair en route to her remarkable destiny. This orphan girl becomes Africa’s first woman president. Her mother’s spirit serves as her guide. Yet, trouble and hardship find her. Get ready to feel an emotional rush as you read this powerful, moving story.
A Journey into Fashion: The Dressing Room ($1.26) by Grahame Peace: Amusing, quirky, poignant, touching, addictive, and high fashion. Should you follow a dream? How much courage does it take to be who you really are? A story about learning to love yourself, new beginnings, forging your own path, being true to yourself, and the power of love and friendship. This quirky British comedy is sure to leave you smiling.
The Midlife Crisis of a Perfect Woman ($2.99) by Bela Gary: A woman is propelled into an obsessive search for answers after her life is turned upside-down by an intense romantic connection. Is he her soulmate? As she tries to unravel the significance of the mysterious connection, she is suddenly bombarded with mystical visions and dreams that cannot be explained by science or logic. Where will it all lead?
Songs From The Playlist ($2.99) by A.B. Turner: Inspired by real events, this story is told through the personal letters of an ordinary woman to her dearest friend. Beginning with her hope of being an author, she’s overwhelmed when she falls in love and follows a ‘happily ever after’ dream across the world. Love, laughter and tears, failure and survival are all captured in this intimate story.
Playground Zero ($0.99) by Sarah Relyea: 1968 — It’s the season of siren songs, loosened bonds, and turbulent change. When the Rayson family leaves DC for the gathering anarchy of Berkeley, each embraces the moment in a hippie paradise that’s fast becoming a cultural ground zero. But for young Alice, as family and school fade away in a tear-gas fog, will the counterculture bring freedom?
The Course of Fate ($3.99) by Michael Felty: David Patriot faces losing his family and a career he loves to fix the chaos he has created. No one knows the baby girl born a thousand miles away is his child, however, no one else can save her. Working to save his daughter may not be the only factor keeping David in Dallas; a young nurse joins the struggle and builds a special bond with him.
The Importance of Pawns ($0.99) by Keira Morgan: In 1514, Anne of Brittany, wife of Louis XII of France, is dying. Countess Louise, mother of François, maneuvers to marry her son to the King’s daughter Claude and so smooth his path to the throne. Her mother-in-law doesn’t brook rivals. Can timid Queen Claude find the courage to face her nemesis and claim her power as queen of France?
Call it Kismet ($2.99) by Heather Hummel Gallagher: A quarter-million dollars. Two possible futures. One woman looking for direction… If you like complex characters, a touch of magical realism, and considering what could have been, then you’ll adore Heather Hummel Gallagher’s swerving story.
The Awan Lake Experiment (Awan Lake Series Book 3) ($4.99) by Peter Kingsmill: When the rich and powerful mix conspiracy theories with greed, even a peaceful community in lake country becomes a target for terror. The wealth hidden beneath the surface of Awan Lake, and a social experiment propagated by high-profile conspiracy theorists, have become the international focus of corporate crime and political manipulation.
Waves of You: Love Poems ($2.99) by Michelle G. Stradford: Meant to be read aloud to the one who shares your heart, it is brimming with blooming romance, enduring love, and alchemical connection. From “sun-drenched smiles” and “wide-eyed wonderment” to “sanguine summers” and “umbrella-lined beaches,” this collection of whimsical poetry “will carry you…into a boundless sea” of love.
An Invincible Summer ($0.99) by Betta Ferrendelli: A young, troubled attorney accepts a case that will change her life… Jaime Monroe has a bright future with the Denver District Attorney’s office. Jaime, however, is tormented by demons from her past. But when she learns that Leigh Roberts, a local reporter for a Denver daily newspaper, intends to have her mentally challenged daughter, Ashleigh, forcibly sterilized, something within Jaime stirs.
That Spring in Beijing ($2.99) by Paul C. R. Monk: Beautiful, ambitious, and worldly, Lin is a headhunter who finds talent from all over the world to fill top executive positions. At thirty-five, she is satisfied with her career but wonders if she’ll ever marry or have children. Colin, a forty-two-year-old green-eyed Englishman with a quietly confident smile, creates the stories that bring video games to life.
Out of the Rabbit Hutch ($2.99) by Nanette L. Avery: Out of the Rabbit Hutch transports readers into a period before and after the Civil War and as far away as Tasmania. The author explores the painful experiences of a war veteran recently released from an asylum and entrusted to a family that has its own dirty secrets. Suspenseful plot amidst a society of socialites, warmongers, & opium users.
The Two Lives of Charlotte Evans ($0.99) by Louisa George: Charlotte Evans has the perfect life: a devoted fiancee, a successful dance studio, a circle of close friends. But her life is derailed when a medical incident forces her to take stock and find out who she really is. A novel with humour and heart from award-winning author Louisa George.
Lost Creatures: Stories ($2.99) by S.G. Browne: Downtrodden luck poachers, lovelorn chemical elements, obsolete villains, trademarked teenagers, domesticated centaurs, outcast reindeer, victimized zombies, and time-jumping alcoholics are some of the LOST CREATURES who inhabit this collection of short stories that blends fantasy, science fiction, dark comedy, and magical realism.
Portia ($1.99) by Denise Turney: Portia is a classic African American Christian novel, maybe even the first of its kind when it was first published. Written in memoir format, Portia is the rich, classic story of a remarkable woman who is forced to choose life after she discovers that she has breast cancer. A touching story for anyone willing to choose life when the world is hard.
The Police Riot (Hairbag Nation Book 1) ($0.99) by Robert L. Bryan: Being a cop in New York City can be challenging. Being a cop in the NYC subway can be disheartening. This is the story of an oddball group of misfits who patrolled New York City’s subterranean underworld during the 1980s. This is Hairbag Nation.
Sisters of the Vine ($0.99) by Linda Rosen: Eight Hundred Grapes meets A League of Their Own. The story of one woman’s determination to keep the land she loves, and the sisterhood formed around her. Yes, there’s wine! Faced with impossible decisions, Liz is desperate. She has a vineyard ready to harvest and no idea how to accomplish the task. Does she have the moxie to flourish or fallow?
Daddy Issues (The Hard Man Series Book 1) ($0.99) by Howard Lorne McEwen: Wagner Siebenthaller is a hard-working man. All that hard work has paid off in a good business, a nice house, and a growing daughter. But life gets unbearably hard when his daughter is assaulted. Now all Wagner wants is revenge. In this brutally honest novel, Howard McEwen explores the meaning of fatherhood in a modern America that marginalizes the virtues of men and fathers.
Men Behaving Badly ($0.99) by John Vance: Three humorous novellas depicting three men at their not-so-perfect best. “The Gift of the Mayfly,” “The East-West Relation,” and “Return of the Prodigal Sister” reveal familiar and subtle flaws in the psyche of the male animal and include a bevy of hilarious characters who provide further challenges to these otherwise likable men.
Absent (The Sutherland Series Book 3) ($2.99) by Jill C. Baker: Carter is academic, reserved, and partly colorblind until he meets Tracee Green, a synesthete who sees words as colors. Joining her on 4 sensory journeys to pivotal eras in time, his world vividly changes. He also discovers shady dealings at her Foundation & her allure isn’t lost on his wife. Peacocks. Elixirs. Escape. Reedsy Reviewer: “I Loved It!”
Native Moments ($1.99) by Nic Schuck: In the tradition of other great ex-patriot stories like The Sun Also Rises or All the Pretty Horses, Native Moments is a coming-of-age adventure set among the lush landscape of Costa Rica. After the death of his brother, Sanch Murray leaves for a surf trip as a way to cope and sets out on a quixotic search for an alternative to the American Dream.
Shackles and More Gripping Tales ($0.99) by James Hanna: Twenty-one tales in the tradition of Kafka and Hunter S. Thompson. In one of these stories, a cop passes to the afterlife and discovers his guide spirit is Richard Nixon. In another, two brothers fall prey to calamitous visions while playing fantasy baseball. Distinguished Favorite-Independent Press Awards. Finalist-Book Excellence Awards.
Lucky ($0.99) by V. R. Street: She won the lottery. But did she make a costly mistake agreeing to star on reality TV? Kat wants a baby but can’t afford one. So when she hits the big jackpot, she thinks her problems are solved…until her husband convinces her to star on reality TV. But all the glitz and the glamour won’t help when the world is watching her every move.
Managed Care ($0.99) by Joe Barrett: Is it too much to ask that a managed care facility refund a year’s advance payment when your grandfather dies before he can move in? Frank Johnson doesn’t think so, which is why the thirty-three-year-old now lives in a nursing home, locked in a chess match feud with management that doesn’t occupy nearly enough of his time.
A Second, Less Capable, Head: And Other Rogue Stories ($0.99) by James Hanna: Nineteen stories that range from science fantasy to the equally bizarre world of stalkers and schizophrenics. The stories include a Tea Party activist who grows a second head and a rape victim who confronts her assailant in a maximum security prison. Gold Medal Winner: Readers Favorite Awards. Silver Medal Winner: Independent Press Awards.
The Unicorn Moms ($3.99) by Mary O’Hora: Has looking at all those seemingly perfect PTA moms ever made you want to throw up in your mouth a bit? Well then, The Unicorn Moms is the perfect book for you. Set the kids in front of the TV, pour yourself a drink, and dive into the lives of these new found girlfriends as they navigate the twists and turns of life, kids, jobs & men…with each other, some humor and a little spiked coffee!
Road to Antietam (Galloway Book 1) ($0.99) by Tom E. Hicklin: Daniel and Christopher Galloway join up at the outbreak of war between the states. Expecting adventure and excitement, they instead find hardship and danger beyond anything they could have imagined. Just when they think they’ve seen the worst of it, they step out onto a farmer’s field by a sunken road, on the deadliest day in American history.
A Victim of Desperation ($0.99) by Brenda Hasse: Desperately made decisions have consequences… Based on a true story of human trafficking – coerced into additional sales training, Jessica is taken far from home only to discover she is trapped in a human labor trafficking scheme. Will she ever escape the abhorrent living conditions and be reunited with her sixteen-month-old daughter again?
Hotel Obscure: A Collection of Short Stories ($0.99) by Lisette Brodey: In a run-down neighborhood in an unnamed city, people live and die in “the Obscure.” The patronage is an eclectic group: musicians, writers, addicts, hookers, lonely people, poor people, rich people, once-well-off people, and those who have reason to hide from their former lives or to escape the demands of a disapproving and punishing society.
Naked Under the Lights ($0.99) by Judith Peck: Sonata at 18, seeking attention from her distracted artist father, pursues affection beyond home with an artist where she faces betrayal, sexual humiliation, and failure before becoming the woman she wants to be. Telling this story of passion in family and in art, the author, an artist herself, makes both come vibrantly alive.
Young Anna ($0.99) by Dr. Sharon A. Mitchell: They sold her to pay her father’s debts. For Anna, helping her family was priority one. She was not their priority. When is a sacrifice too much? You met Anna in TRUST. You followed along her journey in SELFISH. Now read about the deeds that shaped her teen years and made her the woman you know now. Read YOUNG ANNA.
The Siege ($0.99) by James Hanna: Hemmings, a prison counselor, is conscripted to defuse a hostage standoff in a Midwestern prison. But the lines between the good guys and the bad guys are so blurred that he does not know where his loyalties belong. A literary thriller written in the tradition of Faulkner and Conrad. Bronze medal winner: Reader’s Favorite International Awards.
Gilded Prisons ($2.99) by Linda Gould: Major League ballplayer Justin Moore is kidnapped from his own ballpark and transported to a foreign land. His devoted wife April is left behind to wonder why this disaster happened, and what she can do about it. Will it take high-level international negotiations to obtain Justin’s release? Or will he end up taking matters into his own hands?
Finnegan Found: Surviving the POW Camps on the Yalu ($0.99) by John N. Powers: Finnegan Found takes the reader to the POW camps of the Korean War. Facing an enemy they had not been trained to fight, our soldiers found themselves in a war with new rules. They formed a secret army within the camps and fought the Chinese attempts at “re-education.” Their goals? Survive with their pride intact and teach others how to do the same.
Inside Isla ($2.99) by Liz Breen: Isla is a writer living in the south of England, with her husband and their two children. When Roman suggests they attend counseling sessions to revive their sex life, Isla reluctantly agrees. Isla soon realizes that she has her fair share of problems, like her book’s character, Gem. Secrets are unearthed and Isla’s life changes forever.
Friends and Neighbours ($0.99) by Ruth Torjussen: Life as a Marie Osmond impersonator living in Stoke can be challenging enough. But when your best friend has died and your other friends have moved away it can suddenly get a whole lot tougher. Now heartbroken Jenny has a female-shaped hole in her life which – despite the presence of many women – won’t go away. Grief has turned her into a first-class snob.
The Coldness of Objects ($0.99) by Panayotis Cacoyannis: London 2030. The news a young postman delivers will cause Mr. Rubens to reflect on all the sadnesses and joys of the past, while he begins to prepare for the surprises of the future. “Thoroughly gripping… a chilling vision of an abnormal ‘new-normal’ to come.” – Kirkus Reviews (starred review).
Soldier Boys: Tales of the Civil War ($0.99) by Jack Matthews: Fictional snapshots of Civil War soldiers as they cheat death and mess around between battles. Without dwelling on the war’s tragic dimension, these old-fashioned (and historically accurate) yarns are infused with irony and a youthful sense of adventure. They ask you to ponder the human condition as people of that time might have done.
Call Me Pomeroy ($0.99) by James Hanna: Pomeroy, a street musician on parole, travels to the Occupy Oakland Movement and its sister occupations in Europe. He does not go for political reasons but to get on television, land an agent, and score a million dollar contract for his ditty: Ants in My Pants. Zany situations and adult language. Winner: Gold Medal, Readers’ Favorite Awards.
The Moon Is Missing: A Novel ($1.99) by Jenni Ogden: A beguiling novel from a “beautiful writer” (Jacquelyn Mitchard, “The Deep End of the Ocean”): When Georgia’s daughter, Lara, starts asking questions about her biological father, Georgia can’t remember all the pieces of her past. Only by journeying back to the places she met Danny and where he died can she give her daughter (and herself) the truth.
A Cross for Two Graves ($0.99) by Alan Thrush: A beautifully written story of unfailing love and the strength of the human spirit, this novel carries fascinating subtext: the complexities of post-traumatic stress and its impact on those who suffer it. The result is a compelling and moving tapestry of love, war, enduring friendship, and the eternal debts of honor forged in battle. Unputdownable.
The Hand of Fate ($1.45) by Alvira Michaels: The first book of a duology, this debut novel by Alvira Michaels centers on the life of Alexandra Gray who moves from London to San Francisco once she finds true love. It’s a gritty story peppered with sharp wit and a mantra of living life with a sense of purpose rather than getting caught up in stereotypes and race. A good adult read buy The Hand of Fate now, eBook or paperback. Twitter: @AlviraMichaels
Viking: The Chronicles of Haakon the Coward ($2.99) by Alfonso Solís: Young Haakon lives a quiet and peaceful life in the Norwegian village of Vestfold. However, on reaching the age of fourteen, he must put the innocence of youth behind him, in order to become a fearsome Viking. On his fourteenth birthday something happens that will change his life forever. His father, Gunnjorn, chief of the village, demands that he sacrifice a slave in Odin’s honor, in the presence of a large number of important and powerful Viking chiefs and ships’ captains.
For Shelly O’Connor (The East End Series Book 1) ($2.99) by Jackson Cole Jr.: For Shelly O’Connor (vol1) follows Jonathan as he comes to terms with the death of his best friend, Shelly––her death by heroin overdose plunges him into a psychotic spiral, where he is forced to confront the failures of his past and the uncertain path ahead of him, adjusting to living in a world now absent of people he once held most dear to him.
Memory Tree ($0.99) by Bill Mathis: Eula’s stardust—spirit—has been waiting for her father to return to their farmhouse so she can learn why he didn’t rescue his family. Dying, her father returns. He wants to pass away with his guilt and remorse of not being able to rescue his family and, more importantly, his secret shame over the way he dealt with his mixed-race relationship.
The Siberian Spirit (The Russia Chronicles: An Underground Revolution Book 2) ($0.99) by Andrew Anzur Clement: A band of Russian street kids have been forced to flee their Moscow hideout. Unprepared to survive in the sub-freezing countryside, their only hope may be Katya, a glue addict from a poor Siberian family, and Pyotr the former son of US diplomats, if they are to outwit sinister government forces and reach a Slavic pagan sanctuary called The Lake.
Wings of Wax ($2.99) by Apollo Papafrangou: With poetic and passionate prose, Apollo Papafrangou takes us on a universal coming-of-age journey that stretches from America’s Pacific Coast to a tiny beachside village in Greece. Wings of Wax is a deeply moving and entertaining story about a father and son and the sea that divides them.
The Sisters´ Reunion (Peruvian Sunset Series Book 1) ($0.99) by Jessie Kelley: #1 Best-Selling Author – A story of three kidnapped sisters, family secrets, lies, and the healing power of love. Grace has hidden the truth of her horrible kidnapping. At 24, she decides that she needs to answer all the questions about her former existence. The journey is one of adventure, love, friendship, and second chances at life.
In a Heartbeat ($0.99) by Josie Cara: When debilitating headaches and strange nightmares start wreaking havoc on budding artist Josie Bryant’s life, she and her fiancé Ethan, embark on a quest to gather as much information as possible in a last-ditch effort to save their relationship, and possibly Josie’s life.
Elevated Madness and Other Stories ($0.99) by John D. Ottini: Elevated Madness & Other Stories consists of 11 short stories that will amuse, shock, and entertain you. The twists and turns in each story will keep you guessing until the very end, where you’ll be left shaking your head and thinking, “Why didn’t I see that coming?”
Crooked Fences ($0.99) by C.J. Heigelmann: Crooked Fences is a fiercely honest story about a returning Afghanistan war veteran’s battle to overcome the debilitating effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and depression while confronting the hatred of racism and homophobia instilled in him by his father while working in a low-income housing project.