The Fit Mom Project: A 465-Day Guide to Overcoming Thigh-Gap Obsessions and the Embarrassment of Peeing Your Pants When Jumping Rope - Women's Lit by Heidi Rivers Marshall

Free: July 7- July 9, 2015

For one year I did what the No Excuse Fit Mom challenged all women to do: Pack away the excuses and get fit. The Fit Mom Project is a critical, humorous investigation into fitness and motherhood. Based on a year-long blog project, the book documents what it took to rediscover athleticism in my thirties and, in doing so, overcome being embarrassed by peeing my pants, the need to look good in booty shorts, and the shame and guilt that comes along with dedicating time to myself as a working mother.

Andy Lightfoot and the Time Warp by Dr. S. Henshon

Get it for free July 7 & 8!

Who can resist a Harry Potter-like story with a time travel twist? Andy Lightfoot and the Time Warp will enchant young readers with its adventure, time travel details, and ending.

Andy Lightfoot has never time traveled before. He’s never visited the past, shopped for futuristic clothing, or seen a dinosaur in real life. But he has experienced loss. His parents disappeared somewhere in the Victorian period when Andy was a young boy. Since their disappearance, Andy has lived with his grandparents.

Eucalypt Stew - A Children's Picture Story Book by David J. McMullen & Michelle Molinari

For those who want to pass on the love of a good book to the new generation.

Australian author/songwriter David J McMullen has collaborated with multi award winning young Australian artist Michelle Molinari to create this beautifully presented Children's Illustrated Picture Book.

Michelle Molinari is rapidly taking the art world by storm with her works on display at many major galleries and in many private collections around the world. In Eucalypt Stew she has created 20 of the most adorable hand drawn koala illustrations you will ever see - each one a work of art in its own right.

David J McMullen is the author of 'The Fearless Five' trilogy. As a song writer he has worked with many recording artists and his song writing credits included songs listed with a myriad of major Music Publishing companies. It is his cute rhyming text in Eucalypt Stew along with Michelle's beautiful artworks that will have that special little person in your life mesmerised.
Eucalypt Stew - destined to become a favourite of little people the world over.

Not Flowers, but Love - a contemporary romance by Krys Batts

Not Flowers, but Love finds an ambitious professional, Jamie Dubois, using her job in Houston, Texas, to escape her calamitous history with men and love.  Nothing has ever gone as expected and no one has ever turned out to be what he seemed.  So Jamie has given up – at least for now – on the whole idea of marriage and white picket fences.

Since her last, hardest heartbreak three years ago, Jamie has mastered the art of controlling her emotions, usually by abstaining from any form of romantic entanglements.  But in recent months, she’s been dipping her toe into dangerous waters, entering into a long-distance dalliance with a handsome man named Ken, whose own career is taking off.  Since Ken lives in Miami, Jamie doesn’t worry too much about getting overly attached to him, although their easy conversations and charged sexual encounters often stir her long-buried fears.  Still, she reasons with herself that she is in control, keeping love at an emotional distance that mimics their geographical separation.

But Jamie’s safety net is soon reduced to smoke, being abruptly yanked out from under her when Ken accepts a new job in Houston with Jamie’s employer.  Not only is he now local, but he’s her newest colleague, and Jamie’s predictable life turns into a shaky one.  Before long, everything she’s come to rely upon vanishes—and everything she wants becomes everything she can’t have.

Jeremiah's Ghost - an apocalyptic fantasy by Isaac Constantine

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A child petrified by the shadows in his bedroom. A boy shrinking from the anger of his father. A wandering adolescent who sees the Twin Towers as the legs of an interplanetary god. A new adult battered by the absence of that god.

Burdened by the weight of the past and the uncertainty of the future, Jeremiah sets out in search of the answers to his own mysteries, embarking on a journey that will carry him from the raves of New York to the Latin tropics to Israel's Independence Hall, and back to an autumn evening in Sheep Meadow when the world was still whole. A story of fathers and sons, self and shadows, Jeremiah's Ghost traces the path of a young man through a landscape where memory is just another kind of fiction.

The Evolution of Robert Carr - a sci-fi satire by Paul Lovett

Paul K. Lovett's science fiction satire The Evolution of Robert Carr is an audacious, operatic romp through a dystopian near future where genetic enhancements have pushed the divide between rich and poor ever closer to its social breaking point.

The subversive tale opens on Robert Carr's eighteenth birthday when he is about to join the top 2% of the population by becoming a recipient of an exorbitantly expensive neural enhancement procedure. Yet Robert is rather uniquely reticent to the prospect. He fears becoming distant, cold, inhuman, like his enhanced best friend. And that his girlfriend, one of the revolutionary Dragoons, will spurn him. Ultimately, Robert accepts the procedure, citing all the advantages in life it will give him. But he gets much more than he bargained for. Aurora, the supercomputer used to create the enhancement program has become sentient, giving Robert an unexpected 'gift.' And once he leaves the confines of uDesign, the giant bio-tech corporation that performed the enhancements, his life takes an extraordinary and unexpected turn.

Begotten with Love - a biography by Jo Ann V. Glim

Begotten With Love is a sometime turbulent, sometime rollicking story spanning 150 years of American history and five generations of an immigrant's family. The stories on these pages are tales of courage, triumph, folly and forgiveness. You'll laugh and cry as the author brings each generation to life and lets you live the experiences as the characters and plots unfold. As one reader put it, "It reads like fiction . . . but it's not!"

Based on the author's 30 years of research, the book brings to life each generation and lets the readers live the experiences as the characters and plots unfold.

"My family is a writer's dream," Jo Ann V. Glim said, "filled with remarkable characters but then every family has its share of dreamers and doers, cowards and cads, heroes and heroines. I hope after reading Begotten With Love you will love my family as much as I do . . . warts and all. More than that, I hope you will love your family even more!"

Breaking Point - a thriller by Gary Pearson

Six months after the events that unfolded in Rio, Alex Sanchez finds himself scouring through all of his resources to try and hunt down the notorious Davide Voile.

Every time he feels like he gets close to Voile something else gets in the way, and Alex just feels like he's chasing shadows.  When he finally gets some answers in Marrakech, it sees him having to return home to the United States for the first time in seven years to protect those that were dearest to him.

Now that his parents have been threatened and pulled into the whirlwind that is his life he has been pushed too far. Alex will stop at nothing to make sure he gets his revenge and finishes it all so that he can get back to his normal life.

'Breaking Point' is a sequel to the first novella 'Retribution'.

Pianist in a Bordello - Fiction: Humor and Satire "A hilarious romp through the past four decades" - by Mike C. Erickson

Pianist in a Bordello

What would happen if a politician decided to tell the truth—the whole truth?
Richard Youngblood, aspiring Congressman, is about to find out. He’s running on a platform of honesty and transparency—and against the advice of his friends and advisers he’s decided to start with himself. His autobiography will lay his entire life bare before voters just days before the election.

And what a life he’s had. Born in a commune and named Richard Milhaus Nixon Youngblood as an angry shot at his absent father, Richard grows up in the spotlight, the son of an enigmatic fugitive and the grandson of a Republican senator.  He’s kidnapped and rescued, kicked out of college for a prank involving turkeys, arrested in Hawaii while trying to deliver secrets to the CIA…Dick Nixon Youngblood’s ready to tell all.

He’ll even tell his readers about the Amandas—three women who share a name but not much else, and who each shaped and defined the man he’s become.
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.

Becoming Moon - a literary fiction novel by Craig A. Hart

Becoming Moon is a coming-of-age story about a young man struggling to be himself amid pressure from a repressive family. Following his dream of becoming a writer, he turns from everything he knows, and enters adulthood embittered, angry, and resentful. As he struggles to make a name for himself, he is presented with the opportunity of a lifetime. Although it requires a betrayal of his principles as an artist, he resigns himself to what appears to be fate. The compromise brings money and recognition, but these are fleeting and he soon finds himself caught in a web of depression and financial hardship.

Desperate, the writer begins taking trips to Michigan's Upper Peninsula, where he hopes to reconnect with his muse. During one of these excursions, he meets Nigel Moon, a grizzled author nearing the end of his career. Moon gives the writer a second golden opportunity and the chance to prove himself in the face of personal doubts--but only if the writer is able to set his past aside.

Hart's stripped-down prose brings the reader into direct contact with the story and its characters. Equal parts witty and dark and wry and tragic, the text uses simplicity as its focus. Raw and honest, Becoming Moon is an unforgettable book about exorcising past demons and finding personal redemption.

Serve and Protect - a Christian fiction novel by Luella Rose

Thirty three year old Claude Peterson always felt called to a life of service, but his faith had not proven strong enough to carry him through seminary all the way to the priesthood right out of high school, and two failed marriages in his short six year military career told him that he didn’t have what it took to balance family and military life. Now in the third year of a rewarding career as a police officer and in the fourth year of a marriage he thought only existed in fairy tales, Claude thought he had finally found what he was called to do. But when tragedy strikes, threatening Claude’s ability to continue in that calling, will his faithful and steadfast wife, Jane have the courage to keep her family moving in the right direction? In the midst of this tragedy is it God’s will for the Peterson’s to have another child to pull them through or continue to suffer heartbreaking loss?

Serve and Protect explores the challenges of identifying and following God’s plan for our lives by taking a journey with the Peterson family as they struggle to maintain their relationship with God through trials, heartbreaks, and challenges. We take an honest and raw look inside Claude and Jane Peterson’s thoughts and feelings toward God when they are experiencing fear, tragedy, and even joy. We watch their relationship with their heavenly father grow and experience how the various stages of their relationship with God impacts their relationship with each other.

The Raptors Of Redwood: The Earth-Watchers Series Book#1 - Children's Adventure by Lester Ferguson

In a quaint Pacific Northwest town nestled among a forest of huge & majestic redwood trees, a young artist, photographer, and bird-watcher named: Warrick explores the wonders of nature daily. Warrick loves to take pictures of colorful small birds, & then he illustrates them with delightful water-colors, making the birds into human-like  characters to tell fun stories to his two children, & to the children in the town.

    However, as time passed in Redwood, (which was the name of the town as well) Warrick started taking note of other birds, far more bigger & stronger than his usual friends, these birds were "raptors" better known as: Birds of prey.  The raptors were menacing looking to the town folks of Redwood, the birds had a bad reputation, probably spawned unfairly by people like Farmer Johnson- who hated a neighboring red-tail hawk because of a simple misunderstanding. To Warrick though, the raptors were beautiful misunderstood animals, they became his friends, & he became their friend, so Warrick wanted his fellow town folk learn about these wondrous birds.

   But during one late autumn, the town of Redwood, & its neighboring towns,experienced a large & frightening winter storm that blanketed the towns with snow for days; leaving all of the good town folks wondering what caused such a tempest? Times were changing for Redwood, especially when a mysterious white foreign owl showed up in the humble town- making everyone who was fortunate to witness him very curious. Join Warrick as he goes on an adventure to find this mysterious white owl, but unknowingly, this journey will change Warrick's life forever!

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