An Accidental Royal Kidnap ($0.99) by Paul Mathews: Need a good laugh? Then grab this quirky British novel about a party princess who shows up unexpectedly on a London schoolteacher’s rug one Sunday morning and the comedy chaos that ensues. Packed with dry English humour, it’s a crown jewel amongst humorous fiction! (Book 1 of 3; books 2 and 3 are also half-price during the offer period.)
Dear Emily ($1.26) by Anastasia Bishop: Contemporary women’s fiction about the intricacies of friendship, hidden truths and self-discovery. A novel about four forty-something women and the insecurities we all still have as we get older, about true friendship and how it endures beyond our own misgivings.
The Mystic’s Wife: Living with a Free Spirit ($0.99) by Tima Lee: What do you do when your children are hungry but your husband is more interested in ‘philosophising’ than providing food for his family? Based on a book of wisdom over two thousand years old, it will leave you with a deeply felt smile. “Entertaining, gentle and refreshing” (Amazon review).
The Dance ($0.99) by Grea Warner: Every dance starts w/a 1st step. For Cate Lentz, it’s the scariest one of all. She needs to let go of the internal walls around her & trust. As she begins to do that w/NHL star Noah Collins, someone from her past reemerges. His mental instability creates turmoil & tragedy, causing her to fall hard. Will she be able to stand back up & “dance” again?
The Reign of the Anti-Santas ($1.99) by Colin Dodds: Whatever happened to Christmas? Money, power and sex, for starters, followed by high-finance, high-technology and law enforcement. And when the holiday turns sinister, it takes a criminal to keep it alive.
The Great Timbers: A Novel ($3.99) by James A. Kane: A spellbinding story about friendship, loss, dignity, loyalty and war. A poignant and timeless piece of literary animal fiction in the spirit of Watership Down and Animal Farm. Full of heart, The Great Timbers is a captivating, riveting animal adventure in which the hunters have just become the hunted.
The Aspen Grove ($0.99) by Jane Fulkerson: It’s Colorado 1883. A third generation Irish immigrant family suffers a catastrophic even which changes their lives forever. Two lawmen who served on opposite sides during the Civil War seek to bring high plains justice. Come along for the ride! It’s a Western that is much more than a Western.
When Angels Paint (Milford-Haven Holiday Novellas Book 2) ($2.99) by Mara Purl: Artist Miranda Jones is completing the small paintings she’ll give as gifts this Christmas. But one is an unfamiliar image she feels compelled to paint, though she can’t imagine why, nor for whom. Will the strange gift make sense if she takes it with her to the gallery on Christmas Eve? Perhaps this is part of the magic of the holidays in Milford-Haven.
The Perpetual Circadian Rhythm ($3.99) by Jared Griffin: Art must work through the fact that his head is full of marbles, losing said marbles, and up his butt if he’s going to have a chance at surviving these adventures with Claire.
Up the Creek ($3.99) by Jared Griffin: A superstorm gives Isiyo a second chance at life. If he, Emma, and his group can’t cooperate, the storm and the two-legged monsters within will be coming to collect said life.
Holiday Collection Box Set ($0.99) by Jacie Middlemann: Four heartwarming stories filled with everything Christmas brings…family, friends, Christmas trees, huge meals, childhood Christmas memories, mothers baking turkeys, siblings bickering that goes on into adulthood, and knowing no matter where you are, home isn’t always a place…it’s the people who live there.
Evergreen Wishes at Moonglow (The Moonglow Christmas Series Book 9) ($2.99) by Deborah Garner: Christmas in the small town of Timberton, Montana, always offers holiday traditions and heartfelt camaraderie. Mist’s Christmas Eve dinner, Betty’s cookie exchange, and an evergreen tree filled with wishes are sure to bring a bit of holiday joy. As always, one thing is certain: no one ever leaves Timberton without renewed hope for the future.
All The Things She Says ($0.99) by Peter J. Stavros: “Sadie says we have to leave.” With those few urgent words, the journey begins for this couple — from their chance encounter as college freshmen through the roadblocks and detours and dead ends of life. ALL THE THINGS SHE SAYS is a love story told through the years in a series of flashes and vignettes.
Resigned ($4.99) by Jared Griffin: Resigned is a story of figuratively and literally beating the odds and rolling with the punches. The heart of the tale is Mr. Red’s perilous journey to self-actualization and success by his own definition. Its soul is Mr. Red’s fight to find himself and keep his circle (physically) intact.
Mary Whitcombe ($1.99) by Valerie Nifora: Step into the enchanting 19th-century world of ‘Mary Whitcombe’ by Valerie Nifora. Born into wealth, Mary’s journey takes a riveting turn as she navigates love, loss, and the captivating twists of her destiny. A timeless historical romance filled with passion, mysteries, and old-fashioned delight. Buy now for an emotional journey into the past!
These Things Happen ($0.99) by Michael Eon: Daniel Zimmer will do almost anything to end his pain—except for the one thing that might work. Flashing through Daniel’s life, past and present, this nostalgic ode to Brooklyn is an unflinchingly honest account of the inevitable ups and downs of recovery and coming of age.
Paint Me Fearless (The Shady Gully Series Book 1) ($4.99) by Hallie Lee: “Lee’s prose is fluid and full of personality.”- KIRKUS “A standout novel for contemporary women from all walks of life.” -READERS’ CHOICE Bookfest 2022’s winner in Contemporary Christian Fiction is a heartwarming page-turner rich with twists, humor, and Lee’s unique brand of edgy, inspirational drama. Think Firefly Lane meets Steel Magnolias!
Till I Come Home (The Centenary Chronicles-Tales of American Women) ($4.99) by Gail Combs Oglesby: Told in the voice of a fictional Mayflower passenger named Sarah, it vividly depicts the tremendous challenges, hardships, and suffering the colonists faced as they attempted to establish a settlement in a strange land. Interwoven with historical figures and events, the plot moves at an engaging pace as Sarah’s life unfolds along with the growth and expansion of settlements in Plymouth and Boston.
Lies I Thought Were True (The Way Out of Conformity’s Cage Book 1) ($0.99) by Jackie Breezer: A woman on a cross-country motorcycle vision quest. At thirty-two, Shelby has always prioritized her career above everything else. It’s left her feeling unfulfilled and trapped, and she sees no way out. When her eccentric uncle wills her his sizable fortune if she agrees to ride his motorcycle halfway across the country…
Wounded Poems ($4.99) by Elliotté P. Joel: “In-medias-res poetry collection depicting struggles with grief in a time-lapsing observation captured from the age of 15 to 19. Raw and unapologetic, dignified, paradoxically natural.”
Remember To Love Me ($2.99) by Becky Wright: Best-selling hauntingly beautiful ghost story set in 1900 and modern-day. A tale of secrets and reincarnation. Discovering a lost photo of a mysterious young woman, April is drawn into her family’s history. Through dreams, visions and an ancestor’s diary, she must unravel dark secrets and finally lay the ghosts to rest.
The Dalai Lama’s Cat Awaken the Kitten Within ($0.99) by David Michie: What lies ahead in your life, dear reader? If you feel that the only thing the future holds is decrepitude and cat biscuits for seniors, this is the book for you! Relax into a gentle, wise and warm-hearted exploration of how it may be possible to renew our gratitude for life. To lighten up and accept ourselves. And to value what truly matters.
Wild Conviction: Sixteen Is Power ($2.99) by Mary Dezember: 1858. A secret about her ancestry ignites 16-year-old Twilight Adams to help enslaved children at a wicked plantation, only to discover what the captives know all too well—survival isn’t freedom. A socially conscious, richly historical epic—sprinkled with magic and love. “Exciting and thoughtful. Masterfully written.” -Amazon 5-star review
The Secret Gift: A Story of Enhancing the Future of Humanity ($4.99) by Joseph Tristan: “The Secret Gift” is a story that exemplifies the positive virtues of life. A story of family, friends, faith, and love, and how life becomes complete when you bond all four together. A captivating story that will bring smiles, happiness, perhaps a tear of joy, and warmth to your heart. A book for gift giving to family, friends & loved ones.
Tick Cooper ($0.99) by John Vance: In the autumn of 1860, twelve-year-old Tick Cooper accompanies his Uncle Ned down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. Tick’s riverboat journey leads to exciting adventures and difficult tests of character. Reaching New Orleans, Tick sees someone he knows at a slave auction: a freed slave girl named Clarissa, who needs his help to regain her freedom.
Not Quite Royal: Part One ($0.99) by Abby Gordon: From orphaned gardener’s daughter to the halls of palaces, Maisie was fiercely loyal to her godparents whose family took her in. They just happened to be the British Royals! A fictional, inside-view of the British monarchy. Also on audio. All Abby Gordon books are on sale in December!
Around the World in Twenty-Seven Tales Boxset ($0.99) by Poornima Manco: “Whoa, this book is like taking a wild trip around the world without leaving your couch! From the hustle of Berlin to chill vibes in Bali, and the absolute magic that pops up where you least expect it. “Twelve,” “Eight,” and “Six” are like the ultimate storytelling trio…” – Reader review
About A Girl ($2.00) by Tony Nesca: About a Girl is a short novel that begins with two strangers, a man and a woman, who meet at a bus stop and go on an impromptu bar crawl on a cool, winter day. Taking place in twelve hours it recounts the oddball characters they meet and their increasing emotional connection as they fall for each other almost immediately.
Windship Farm ($1.99) by Charley Brindley: Just before the beginning of the Russia-Ukraine war, Jasmine and Kave took their boat out to the Seamounts in the mid-Atlantic to catch a few bluefin tuna. After a storm, their disabled craft drifted into the path of a Chinese supertanker. Instead of coming to their rescue, the ship was plowing directly toward them on a collision course.
The Dirty Parts of the Bible ($0.99) by Sam Torode: “The Dirty Parts of the Bible” is a top new release in literary and historical fiction graphic novels! Beautifully illustrated and carefully formatted for Kindle Guided View (so you can read it on screen panel-by-panel), this captivating story blends humor, adventure, and romance with a spiritual quest.
The Hour of Blue: 35th Anniversary Edition ($4.99) by Robert Froese: The Hour of Blue is based on the Gaia hypothesis, that planet earth is alive – a massive, complex, and sensitive organism, capable of maintaining the balances essential for life and fully able to protect itself against threats from without or within. A visionary work of speculative fiction.
Detour to Agape ($0.99) by R. F. Whong: In the vein of Crazy Rich Asians and The Alchemist, Detour to Agape (sequel to Blazing China) is about love, mystery, and self-discovery. Recent verified purchase reviews: “I love the characters in this series.“ “This is a gripping novel that has everything from drama, romance, mysteries from the past, and religious parables. “
Call My Name ($0.99) by Jenni Ogden: From Gold Nautilus winner Jenni Ogden comes a compelling saga set in Australia & spanning the 1960s to 1990s. “An emotionally piercing and absorbing account of turbulent female friendship over time… a keen meditation on the powerful pull of connection & belonging—the places & people that shape & change us, forever calling us home.”–Paula McLain
Blackbeard: The Birth of America ($0.99) by Samuel Marquis: Blackbeard: The Birth of America is the true story of Edward Thache–former British Navy seaman and notorious privateer-turned-pirate, who lorded over the Atlantic seaboard and Caribbean during the Golden Age of Piracy. A Robin-Hood-like American patriot and the most famous freebooter of all time, Blackbeard was illegally hunted down by Virginia Governor Alexander Spotswood.
The Secret Gift: A Story of Enhancing the Future of Humanity ($4.99) by Joseph Tristan: A story that will bring smiles, joy, happiness, perhaps a tear of joy, and warmth to your heart. “The Secret Gift” is the story of a retired heart surgeon, Landon Rief, who learns from a mysterious stranger he has a secret gift that has yet to be developed, which will enhance the future of humanity when developed and used on select candidates.
Raise the Wind ($0.99) by Sarah Shaw: 1772: A financial crisis erupts, impacting people and places around the globe. Arriving in colonial America, new bride Emily McFarland finds nothing is as it seems. In Europe Zoeth Sinclair’s expectations have also been upended. He’ll do anything to protect his fledgling company– and prevent his own and his partners’ secrets from being exposed.
Seek the Upside Eyes, There Are Two. ($4.99) by Elliotté P. Joel: Experimental. Root-returning.” At home, they call me American whore and in the West, they call me Eastern block pushover The childbirth was hurried within blackness of rubber aggregate walls and roadless jeweled sky: dayless frozen bead of hope I forgot in a stolen blue bus cold enough for aloud lunatics stones bled and my world was made of liberty.
Beyond a Thousand Words ($0.99) by Michael Rose: As 1954 Vietnam roils from its conflict with the French interlopers, American photographer Coty Fine leaves Hanoi in a rush on the flatbed of a truck. Also on the truck is French priest Laurent Sabatier — a man who will forever change the course of Coty’s life.
Christmas Karma ($1.99) by Gerald Everett Jones: Who comes knocking during the holidays? Do they mean to pay their respects – or settle old scores? For one, Dad’s been missing for years, now he shows up and says he owns the house – everybody out! Are those twins who came selling Bibles scammers or angels? For fans of Anne Tyler.
The House in the Clouds ($0.99) by Alex J. Milan: For years, Stella has kept a secret, but the truth she has concealed for so long is now in danger of becoming public knowledge and destroying everyone and everything she cares about. The only person she trusts to help her is her daughter, but she has secrets of her own…
Redneck Samoan and a Dead Cat (Volume 1) ($3.99) by Rick L. Huffman: A down-and-out trucker seeks to scatter the ashes of his deceased cat at the corporate headquarters of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream factory. The road to Vermont is rife with unexpected encounters. Discover the power of love and family in a quirky tale of redemption that you will not soon forget.
The Lingering Scent of Wrong Assumptions (The Jensen Siblings) ($3.99) by Todd Davis: Emi catches feelings for her best friend Annie’s fake boyfriend Joel; however, dethroned queen bee Sienna’s jealousy leads to a plan to break up Annie and Joel. Alia, a former runaway who lives with Emi, suspects something is amiss with Sienna. With reputations at stake, can the friends work together to expose the truth before it’s too late?
East of Lincoln ($1.99) by Harlin Hailey: “Literary crime fiction doesn’t get any better than this.” – Readers’ Favorite. From award-winning author Harlin Hailey, comes this psychological noir tale of desperation, depravity, and murder. This hardboiled, darkly funny whydunit, captures the underground mood of those forgotten, and how far they’ll go once they’ve lost it all.
The Love Enthusiast (A Love Like No Other series Book 2) ($4.99) by Keisha “WriteNow” Allen: The Love Enthusiast is a relevant and soulful symphony of resilience and self-realization. The second novel in the “A Love Like No Other series,” this novel offers a glimpse into the challenges so many grapple with regarding the silent mysteries that often lie within families and into a world where love isn’t just a simple emotion; but a maze of complex decisions, sacrifices, and second chances.
The Fire Escape Belongs In Brooklyn ($2.99) by Chuck Cascio: The world is crumbling around Mike Burns, a Brooklyn youth in his second year of college. Mike’s cousin and constant childhood companion, Sally-Boy, disappeared two years earlier, an absence that torments Mike even as he falls in love, attends classes, and parties with friends. Can the fire escape he and Sally loved as kids save them both?
The Fire Escape Stories (Volume 1) ($2.99) by Chuck Cascio: Two cousins born on the same day in the same Brooklyn hospital grow up thinking they will always have one another and the gritty fire escape they love… but life has other plans. Can their fire escape save them both? Prepare to laugh, cry, and remember.
Mirror, Mirror ($1.49) by Jennifer Pulling: Stacey is a selfie queen. With her job on a popular chat show and romance with Dan, life couldn’t be better. An assignment with horribly disfigured author Madeleine changes all that. Dan falls under the spell of the book and then with Madeleine. Stacey clings to her glamorous world. Dan discovers true love is the key and appearances unimportant.
A Flash Fiction Christmas: 12 Stocking Stuffer-Sized Stories ($0.99) by Nicole McInnes (Editor): These very short stories by 12 different authors focus on the shared theme of Christmas while encompassing a wide range of literary genres. From romance and sci-fi to satire, literary fiction, and fantasy, each offers a unique take on the meaning of the holiday season. A perfect gift for the readers and writers in your life!
(Mostly) True Tales From Birchmont Village ($0.99) by Peter J. Stavros: If you like Lake Wobegon and Mayberry, visit Birchmont Village and spend some time with these quirky residents as they are faced with one perceived catastrophe and calamity after another, yet through it all, the neighbors always band together to help each other out. Based on the short stories that first appeared in The Saturday Evening Post.
The Stavros Manuscript ($0.99) by Vince Wheeler: New Release! A man hopelessly obsessed with finding the key to a diabolically encrypted 700-year-old manuscript finds himself imprisoned in a world of ghostly madness. “Merges psychological, historical, and supernatural themes to create a mind-bending, weirdly fascinating tale filled with mouth-watering twists.” —Manhattan Book Review (5 Stars)
Arm and Hammer ($0.99) by Jonathan K. Wade: “A cocaine-infused cocktail of equal parts Tarantino & Affleck with a splashing of Scorsese.” Set in the 80s and spanning seven years of international drug smuggling and political corruption, this is the story of how a US cargo plane shot down over Central America revealed the stunning attempt by the CIA to arm and fund a Nicaraguan revolution.
The Let Me Go Series ($2.99) by L.L. Akers: At turns heartbreaking, dark, and beautiful, The Girl in the Box (Book 1 of The Let Me Go Series) is a coming-of-age story about sisters who suffer the consequences of secrets, kept out of fear—but look for the courage it takes to speak the truth, to let go, and to survive. Gut-wrenching scenes & ugly-cry endings…not for the faint of heart. Kleenex required. Happily ever after ending…
When the Storm Subsides ($0.99) by Dahlia Moore: Two lonely strangers find solace in each other in a heart-wrenching love story full of buried secrets. After the unraveling of her marriage, Eleanor Conolly makes herself a simple promise: no more lies. Her ex-husband’s betrayal of her trust was not something Ellie would go through again, not if she had any say in the matter.
The New Days ($0.99) by Jennifer Carmody: Annabelle first noticed Liam while he was browsing her bookstore. When she sees him sitting alone at Shea’s bar she decides to make her move. Austin watched as Annabelle made her way to Liam, his heart falling further into his stomach with every step. Cole and Zoey don’t know what comes next but they know the group will never be the same.
The Day I Died ($2.99) by C.M. Francis: Everything falls into place for high school junior Cat Morgan: perfect grades, three best friends, and of course, track dreams about to happen. But on November 7th, 2007, Cat’s life collapsed with a brain aneurysm and a coma lasting seven days. When she wakes up, Cat discovers more adjustments than she bargained for, physically and mentally.
Bloodthirsty Wolves ($0.99) by Callen Randolph: Bloodthirsty Wolves follows the story of a man in search of purpose in his life. Forty-five-year-old Cal has had enough of his seemingly humdrum life. Still unmarried with his business taking a hit during the pandemic, Cal decides to leave everything behind and go to Las Vegas for one final hurrah.
Elly Uncomposed: A Novel Opera ($0.99) by Valerie Niemerg: A reticent 21st century pianist is magically thrown into a real life 18th Century masterpiece, and must use her wiles, courage, and a bit of romance to get herself back home.
Raw Blue ($0.99) by Kirsty Eagar: Carly is struggling to make a new life in a tight-knit surfing community, trying to survive the anger and shame that has derailed her life. But when she collides with local surfer, Ryan, she’s forced to confront her history. Is just surviving enough? Or is she brave enough to live? A new edition of the award-winning favourite influenced by its feature film adaptation.
When I Was Seven ($0.99) by Mary Ellen Bramwell: Lucas is thrilled when his grandmother comes to live with him. She’s his best friend after Justin down the street. But when she starts remembering things from her past, is he the only one who will listen? If no one else believes her, how can he fulfill her dying wish? A compelling story about the value of family as seen through the eyes of a boy.
Finding Joy ($2.99) by Laurie Woodward: Can a joy riding pot smoking LSD tripping chick be innocent? I thought so. Although it was always on my mind. It that Mom hid with Cover Girl and I lied about. Thinking love would save us all. Naïve I know. But I thought they just wanted to give me a ride. And by the time I realized it was too late. I was seventeen and I was about to die.
A Million Ways: Stories of Motherhood ($0.99) by Gina Andrew: A collection of 12 stories of women’s fiction on motherhood, from the triumph of a contemporary mother carving her own path to the heartbreak of a Depression-era woman’s sacrifices.
The Dogs of Chernobyl ($0.99) by Justin Morgan: Bonded by love. Stalked by death. Amid the embers of nuclear ruin, can a pair of troubled strays trust humans in their fight to stay alive? Grab your copy of this character-driven, page-turning adventure and experience one of history’s true horrors through the eyes of man’s best friend. A poignant tale of mankind’s misadventures.
Hearts We Leave Behind ($4.99) by Myriana Merkovic: For fans of Jodi Picoult’s A Change of Heart and Lindsay Harrel’s The Heart Between Us comes a stirring novel about love, loss, and second chances woven around three sisters with nothing in common until they have everything.
Twins of War: The Vow (Sisters of Treblinka Book 1) ($0.99) by Dana Levy Elgrod: They made her a promise. But will they have the strength to keep it? Nineteen-year-old twins Ania and Michalina are as different as two sisters can be. Though they share their long, golden locks, Ania revels in the gilded, careless life of high society Warsaw while Michalina yearns for something more.
River of Mercy ($0.99) by Paula Scott: Maggie O’Leary’s secrets are right where she left them when she returns to her hometown. There’s a car in the river with a body inside. An old flame wants her back. And her teenage son, Lane, wishes he could make it all go away. But small towns don’t keep secrets forever. Lane and Maggie will soon discover love is worth the truth and the fight.
Christmas Rose (The Christmas Rose Trilogy Book 1) ($0.99) by Cathleen Maza: To get just the right mix of holiday magic…you may have to include the family nut! Carolyn Kent doesn’t want to celebrate the holidays this year; but her over-the-top cousin, Rose, arrives on her doorstop to change her mind. Will Rose be Carolyn’s undoing, or is there actually some yuletide cheer to be found?