Demented Minds - Kindle ebook by Author Psycho

All woman have a dark side. These woman act on them. They cook cheating men and serve them to others. They cut pregnant woman open and steal their babies. Have incredible orgasms from invisible beings. And fall in love with Half human Mandingo men. Come inside and witness the Depravity!

The Adventure of Sir Good Knight - kindle e-book by Tom Geden

The ebook is free with the purchase of the print version from

     The kindle version is different and black /white. It  is 1.99 or free with subscription (see for details).The Adventure of Sir Good Knight puts a twist on a classic medieval story of knights in shining armour. The tale is told from the beginning by a father reading to his adopted son.  The tale is about a failure of a man who show courage to try but until he is needed cannot become a knight. He enlists against all odds to go against an entire army and discovers an enchanted suit never noticed before (a gift from God perhaps?) that gives him super powers. He doesn’t know this until they are utilized.If you want to know the rest of the story, buy it for yourself! The story concludes as the father tells the child to remember the story of Sir Good Knight, leading perhaps to other adventures. The pictures of the father and son closely resemble the author and his son. For a performance of this book . When you buy a copy either print or ebook, a donation will bemade to charity, a different respected charity each week, mostly children’s charity.

Dinnertimes: Stories of American Life, 1912 to 2012 by Deborah L. Halliday

Dinnertime is about more than just filling our stomachs; for most of us, it carries a deeper meaning that resides in our autobiography. Our dinnertime stories have roots in culture, in history, and in family. While some stories are full of positive memories, others are much less sunny. Whether experiences are remembered fondly or with pain, the intimate realities of our mealtimes stay with us and help to shape us. Dinnertime becomes a backdrop for the stories of our lives.

DINNERTIMES is a collection of first-person narratives told by people from a variety of social, cultural, and educational backgrounds. The oldest narrator is 108, the youngest 22. Each story is, in essence, an individual short memoir; but taken as a collection, an overall historical and cultural picture begins to emerge and DINNERTIMES becomes a book of social history.

Each reader of DINNERTIMES will find something to relate to, something to reflect on, and something to learn from.  DINNERTIMES will help to foster understanding among generations and across differences, and will help each reader gain perspective on his or her own experience in context. It would be an excellent choice for book clubs or memoir-writing groups. Dinnertime is important; this book helps us to see why.

“Spring Creek is exactly what it sounds like. It is a deep spring, ten to twelve feet deep in places. You’re actually catching these crawdads in spring water. It’s very clear, very cold; you can’t stand in it a long time or you’d just be frozen. … Once we’d caught enough for a meal, Mom would sit out by the water, take the crawdads and pull the heads off, then rinse them. She’d rinse all the innards out and then we would take everything else back to the house. If we had decided we were going to camp there she’d cook them over an open fire. First she’d boil them and then she’d fry them. I can’t eat lobster because it has no flavor to me; crawdads have such a great flavor, and she didn’t do anything special to them. She put nothing on them. They are just boiled and fried; in grease, of course. That is one of my greatest memories.”  (Bartley, age 54)

Love's Pale Road - Kindle ebook by Martin Gibbs

Happily Ever After? No... not as such. Not by a good long yard.

Beware the one who will betray you; for you have given them your heart.

Love is too often a beast of convenience: two strangers meeting and connecting on some chemical and psychological level; sharing laughs and tears, and maybe some bodily fluids.

But love can be real, when it wants to be. There are honest moments in the days we spend with our lover, there are days of sunshine and laughter, and nights of pleasure.

When it wants to be real. Love has its own designs, as poor Bailey finds out: Tasked by a dead man to perform a murderous act, he finds himself in love with a stranger. He was a simple-minded farmer, tending his turnips and his pumpkins, when the outside world burst in, sending everything he held dear to the far winds.

And so the poor chap is alone and scared when Abigail bares her pretty face. Although her family lies dead—somewhere on the path behind her—Bailey trips headfirst into the wants of his own heart, takes her hand, and carries her along a new road.

For Bailey, Love is more than a chemical reaction: It is a living thing, a living road… a pale road. A pale, murky, dangerous road.

For Death waits at the end.

Dangerous Liaisons - Kindle ebook by Sarah Stuart

Queen Margaret’s command, known only to the women in the family,drives her present-day descendants to break the bounds of marriage,the law, and the church, with heart-breaking consequences.

Is forgiveness of the ultimate sin possible?

Show business became part of my life when a director chose one of my dogs to play Sandy in the musical “Annie”, arguably the most difficult role for a dog, and its handler, ever staged.  Theatre hooked me from the first night of the run, and I supplied Bulls Eye in Oliver… Toto in The Wizard of Oz… and dogs in plays, many on tour before their London premiere.

I have been incredibly lucky to meet so many producers, directors, and performers ranging from hopefuls who sank without trace to national, and international, superstars. It was from the stars I learned the price of success, and that is the background of my debut novel, the first of the Royal Command series. The royal is Margaret Tudor, James IV of Scotland’s queen, and her command is contained in a Book of Hours she used as a diary.

This sixteenth day of October the Year of Our Lord 1541, Methven Castle. I tire yet I must write for my beloved daughter comes hence. I pray I live to give unto her this book and charge her to give it also unto a daughter conceived in love. I direct and beseech my heirs to find love where they may. Love is a gift of God, not of kings.

Lizzie, the current owner of the book, disillusioned by life on a prosperous Scottish Shooting Estate, goes to London, where she meets Michael, born to poverty in the backstreets of Leeds, but determined to make it as an actor. They fall in love, but the road to stardom is a minefield and these two step on most of them. Their daughter, Lisette, follows in her father’s footsteps, and drama from the past ignites a fireball with the potential to ruin all their lives. 

Unrequited - One Girl, Thirteen Boyfriends, and Vodka - kindle ebook by Christy Heron

Most young adults 20 to 30 years old are embarking on a new journey, and a new chapter in the book called life. Newly independent from parental regulation, establishing careers, finding a place to fit into society and searching for true love, this period is particularly challenging. Many young adults are not prepared for the temptations and the responsibility that come with the transition from teen to adulthood. However, it is a passage everyone must go through and learn from in order to survive and gain the crucial wisdom needed to become a mature adult.  

One obstacle, not just in young people but people of all ages, is addiction. Addiction is a disease and can come in many forms, such as drinking, drug use, gambling, shopping, exercise, and one that few like to admit, sexual/relationship behavior. Although not always the case, addiction is also many times a symptom of mental illness. A combination of the two can be lethal: Mentally and physically.

Author Christy Heron takes readers on a visceral rollercoaster that focuses on these relevant issues and illnesses in her novel Unrequited-One Girl, Thirteen Boyfriends, and Vodka. She describes how they can change someone’s life forever. Many people are unaware or choose to overlook addiction and bipolar or depressive symptoms, suffering day-to-day, stressed and unhappy, unable to control their emotions, thus effecting their whole existence.

Unrequited’s main character January Estlin, struggles with addiction: An addiction to alcohol and to her on again/off again late night hookup, Jack (AKA Short Fat Fuck). Combined with anxiety and depression, the whole hot mess cripples her spirit, goals, and relationships. Not until she hits rock bottom, saying goodbye to friends and family, with the intention of killing herself, does she finally seek help. Readers will relate to the emotional ups and downs of January’s struggle through Ms. Heron’s vivid descriptions and the sensitive dialogue taking place between January and her family, friends, doctors, and even Jack.

Lust is a strong emotion that is easily mistaken for love and can be unforgiving. Unrequited-One Girl, Thirteen Boyfriends, and Vodka differentiates (eventually!) between ecstasy and betrayal, lust and true love.

Lord Esterleigh's Daughter - kindle book by Kathy Fischer-Brown

“...This is a dark novel that deals with the resentment and anger of a girl who has been misled and cannot seem to get past her grief …. While not a typical romance, this is a fascinating, complex story that I completely enjoyed. It is well written and entertained me with mystery, suspense, scandal, sinister characters and first love.” — Romantic Historical Lovers

Must Read “… the first book in 'The Serpent's Tooth Trilogy' [is] a very well written plot filled with romance, suspense and danger. The author's characters were developed well and believable…. Recommended for all suspenseful historical romance fans.” — My Cozy Corner Reviews

Planet Urth (Book 1) - ebook by Jennifer Martucci

The world has changed. It’s dangerous, deadly. Inhuman creatures rule the planet. Animals have mutated. The land is hostile. But it’s all I’ve ever known. Hunger. Fear. Panic. Those emotions are my reality. They are my every day. I am Avery, and I am seventeen. My father died a year ago. Since then I’ve been responsible for my eight-year-old sister, June.

I worry we are the only humans left.

Humans have been hunted for centuries, to the brink of extinction. I must fight each day to protect my sister. It is the reason I wake, the reason I breathe. But how long can I go on fighting? How long will it be before they find us?

More than two hundred years into the future, human beings are an endangered species. The planet has been battered by war, its inhabitants plagued by disease and death. Few humans survived and remained unaffected. Most changed dramatically and evolved into something else entirely. Irrevocable alterations caused by chemical warfare have created a new species. North America is in ruins and has been overtaken. Humanity has fallen at the hands of mutants known as Urthmen.

Seventeen year-old Avery is alive and unchanged. But she has not been immune to the harshness of the new world. She has lived on the run for much of her life, in terror.

After losing her father, Avery is the sole guardian of her eight-year-old sister, June. Avery is now charged with June’s safety as well as her own, a nearly impossible task.

Forced to hide deep in the forest and away from the cities overrun by Urthmen, Avery and her sister are constantly hunted. Danger awaits them at every turn. They fear they are the only human beings left, that they are the last of their kind.

But are they truly alone?

Find out in this raw and riveting first installment of the Planet Urth series.

The Hell Of Osirak - kindle ebook by Jaye Rothman

For years I searched for a spy novel that featured a strong female character. I couldn't find one. So when I started writing The Hell Of Osirak initially I wrote it for myself - a book that I would want to read. The female protagonist is Nikki Sinclair who is sexy, gutsy and a lesbian who happens to be a spy. This is the start of a new genre - the lesbian spy thriller!

My book is loosely based on a true story set in 1981 - Operation Opera.
Sinclair is sent on an Intel mission into Southern Africa, is this a goose chase or is her assignment critical to her nation’s security?
Her position becomes increasingly tenuous, as she encounters her Mossad ex- lover Dvora. Sparks fly again….

The Osirak nuclear facility will become operational in a few weeks. This will destabilise all of the Middle East. Sinclair’s mission – is to stop the unimaginable from happening. But as events unfold she begins to understand that she is little more than a pawn in a dangerous international game of physical intimacy.

Mom's Journey: Practical Tips for Raising Kids kindle ebook by Limor Freidman

All parents know the drill; lay on the baby talk thick and make sure children stay young for as long as possible. One look at Limor Friedman’s three successful daughters would have anyone believing that her and Mr. Friedman stuck by the same parenting ‘rule book’ to the letter when, in reality, they threw it out of the window as soon each child was born. Having proudly paved their own way of parenting, Friedman is urging others to do the same in her powerful new book.

‘Mom’s Journey’ offers hundreds of tips on raising kids the stress-free way while maintaining a career and balancing life’s other ever-changing demands. Friedman’s model involves no shouting, no unnecessary stress, a lot of love and the key ingredient – no conforming to the belief that the ‘common way’ is necessarily the right way.

“We found raising our three daughters to be very easy – and not many parents can say that!” admits Friedman. “We made a pact that we’d pave our own way and not conform to the ‘common way’ just because we assumed it worked. In fact, we discovered that many of our own strategies were more successful and simpler. For example, we skipped the baby talk and always spoke to our baby daughters as if they understood each word. The doctor was amazed at how quickly their communications skills developed; with our daughters forming their first words aged just seven months!” says Friedman.

Continuing, “Most books on parenting are written by psychologists, but mine was written from the heart and experience. Our over-riding message is one of really shaping parenting into something you can own and, in the process, not wasting time or making mistakes in the pursuit of the norm. You’d be amazed how enjoyable and simple raising kids can be!”

Genesis: Book One of The Kingdom Come Series - a Speculative Fiction Epic by Wade Garret

In the tradition of Dune, Wizard in the Glass and A Song of Ice and Fire, comes GENESIS:

The true test for Man, is if he can stand naked before himself without blinking. The same trail of existence for a God, however, even one created, is if when he blinks, will he change—or the world?

The Silence of the Stones - kindle e-book by Rebecca Bryn

Alana, daughter of dysfunctional parents, is determined to live life her way, whatever the cost. Left a cottage in Pembrokeshire, by an estranged aunt, she sets out on a new life alone and causes ripples that spread to encompass the whole village. A thirty-year-old crime and a conspiracy of silence threaten everything Alana holds dear. The truth, when she discovers it, blows her world apart.

What makes us who we are has always fascinated me: parentage, relationships, upbringing, the small things that happen to us that set us on a new path, and the huge traumas that affect how we view the world. This fascination gave me my main character, Alana. I made her flawed: an artist and sculptor, as I know something about these subjects.

The disappearance of Madeleine McCann, and a television report about Ian Bradley and Myra Hindley, made me wonder how parents cope with such a loss and the suspicion it must throw on them, how it affects them and their relationships: living under such circumstances must be truly horrendous. It’s this tragedy of loss, suspicion and false accusation that inspire and underpin the plot.

My second character, eccentric Rhiannon, grew from the mystical nature of the moorlands where I live. The stone circles, the cromlechs, and the Celtic crosses carved with runes and Ogham writing intrigue me. I researched runes, and rune casting, and even began casting runes myself to see how Rhiannon would interpret them. The results were spooky and drove the plot to unexpected places. Is there really something in this rune casting, in divination? I shall keep an open mind. Certainly, I have found a lost wedding ring and water pipes by holding bent rods and thinking about the object for which I am looking. I think everyone has this ability: maybe it’s part of the ninety-percent of our brain we don’t use.

My research has given me insights and opened my mind to new ideas. Readers have said they can identify with Alana and her relationship with her parents, and have thanked me for sharing her with them. I think, perhaps, she is me had I been more courageous and had less conscience.
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