Book Feature: The Bone Cave by Sarah Remy

Inside the Book:   Title: The Bone Cave Author: Sarah Remy Publisher: Harper Voyager Impulse Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Format: Ecopy /Paperback Past Stonehill Downs, beyond unforgiving scrubland and perilous mountain peaks, militant tribes gather on white sand . . . With the Red Worm plague vanquished, and Malachi and Liam safely returned from Roue, Avani expects life in Wilhaiim to return to normal. But Mal has been changed by his journey across the long sea, and now walks dangerously close to the edge of madness, while the horrors of war in a foreign land have transformed Liam from a naïve lad to
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Book Blast: In Jesus’ Arms by Mary E. Keenan

  Inside the Book: Title: In Jesus’ Arms Author: Mary E. Keenan Publisher: iUniverse Genre: Religion Format: Ebook What if you could literally see Christ and listen to Him answer some of your deepest spiritual questions: Who receives eternal life, and why? Are we still “us” after death? What happens in heaven? And is there an unseen dimension here on earth? In In Jesus’ Arms: One Woman’s Trip to Heaven, author Mary E. Keenan shares here amazing journey being in the arms of Jesus Christ. Opening with the story of her life as an unworthy sinner who once rejected God’s forgiveness—but
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Interview with Dorothy Rice, author of I Asked My Father

  Inside the Book: Title: I Asked My Father Author: Dorothy Rice, R.N. Publisher: iUniverse Genre: Religion Format: Ebook This is a small book of poetry. It was written while the author was close to death from Lupus. Why, then, does pain inspire, and inspiration produce fruits to uplift and comfort. God only knows. But there is knowing here and insights only the heart knows through suffering. If you are suffering, or know someone who is, you may find these poems a salve and solution to why good people have to suffer. For, as the author once said, “The question is
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First Chapter Reveal: Beethoven in Love; Opus 139 by Howard J. Smith

Title: BEETHOVEN IN LOVE; OPUS 139 Author: Howard Jay Smith Publisher: SYQ Pages: 385 Genre: Literary Fiction/Biographical Fiction At the moment of his death, Ludwig van Beethoven pleads with Providence to grant him a final wish—one day, just a single day of pure joy. But first he must confront the many failings in his life, so the great composer and exceedingly complex man begins an odyssey into the netherworld of his past life led by a spirit guide who certainly seems to be Napoleon, who died six years before. This ghost of the former emperor, whom the historical Beethoven both
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First Chapter Reveal: Wanna-be’s by Mark Connelly

Title: WANNA-BE’S Author: Mark Connelly Publisher: Mark Connelly Productions Pages: 188 Genre: Literary Fiction/Humor/Satire With his new girlfriend – a soccer mom with a taste for bondage – urging him to “go condo,” failed screenwriter Winfield Payton needs cash. Accepting a job offer from a college friend, he becomes the lone white employee of a black S&L. As the firm’s token white, he poses as a Mafioso to intimidate skittish investors and woos a wealthy cougar to keep the firm afloat. Figure-skating between the worlds of white and black, gay and straight, male and female, Jew and Gentile, Yuppie and
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Cover Reveal: A Warrior’s Pledge by Emma Prince

Title: A Warrior’s Pledge (Highland Bodyguards Book 3) Author: Emma Prince Genre: Historical Romance Today we feature the cover for A Warrior’s Pledge by Emma Prince. Details on the book and purchase links will be available soon, but we just couldn’t wait to give you a glimpse and get you ready for the hunkiness that is Finn Sutherland! MEET THE AUTHOR Emma Prince is the bestselling author of steamy historical romances jam-packed with adventure, conflict, and of course love! Emma grew up in drizzly Seattle, but traded her rain boots for sunglasses when she and her husband moved to the
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Spotlight: ‘UNEXPECTED PRISONER: Memoir of a Vietnam Prisoner of War’ by Robert Wideman

Title: UNEXPECTED PRISONER: Memoir of a Vietnam Prisoner of War Genre: Memoir Author: Robert Wideman Website: www.robertwideman.com Publisher: Graham Publishing Group Find on Amazon About the Book: When Unexpected Prisoner opens, it’s May 6, 1967 and 23-year-old Lieutenant Robert Wideman is flying a Navy A-4 Skyhawk over Vietnam.  At 23, Wideman had already served three and a half years in the Navy—and was only 27 combat days away from heading home to America. But on that cloudless day in May, on a routine bombing run, Wideman’s plane crashed and he fell into enemy hands. Captured and held for six years
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Tuesday Author Talk: Interview with Robert J. Dornan, author of ’23 Minutes Past 1 A.M.’

About the Author Robert J Dornan is someone who wishes to leave a better world to his children. He realizes that the odds are slim but he will do whatever he can to increase the probability of success.  He is always open to discuss new and innovative ideas and hopes someday to see the building of a functional solar city as well as a fair and community-driven compensation system. Robert’s latest book is the historical fiction, 23 Minutes Past 1 A.M. For More Information Visit Robert J. Dorman’s website. Connect with Robert on Facebook and Twitter. About the Book: In
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Chapter reveal: Naked Alliances, by S.K. Nicholls

Title: NAKED ALLIANCES Genre: Mystery Author: S.K. Nicholls Website:  www.sknicholls.com Publisher: Brave Blue Heron Books Purchase on Amazon About the Book: In Naked Alliances, novelist S.K. Nicholls takes readers on a witty, wild, wickedly fun romp that exposes a side of Orlando tourists rarely see. The debut release in The Naked Eye Private Investigator Series,Naked Alliances introduces lone wolf P.I. Richard Noggin.  When a young immigrant woman and an exotic dancer are forced to flee men with guns and have no place to hide, Richard Noggin, P.I., can’t turn his back—even if helping out makes him a target. Richard plans
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First Chapter Reveal: Madam President by William Hazelgrove

Title: Madam President: The Secret Presidency of Edith Wilson Author: William Hazelgrove Publisher: Regnery Pages: 352 Genre: Narrative Nonfiction After President Woodrow Wilson suffered a paralyzing stroke in the fall of 1919, his wife, First Lady Edith Wilson, began to handle the day-to-day responsibilities of the Executive Office. Mrs. Wilson had had little formal education and had only been married to President Wilson for four years; yet, in the tenuous peace following the end of World War I, Mrs. Wilson dedicated herself to managing the office of the President, reading all correspondence intended for her bedridden husband. Though her Oval
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