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by Anthony BidulkaGet this book for FREE
The truth will set you free. Can lies do the same?
Within minutes of arriving in the exotic, enigmatic, sweltering city of Marrakech, renowned author Jaspar Wills is kidnapped, blindfolded, bound, and beaten. As Wills struggles to survive the ordeal, he recounts his rise to fame and the tragic events that led him to Morocco. With the kidnapper’s demands left unmet, Wills faces death with fear, grief…and guilt. Is what happened in the past tied to his abduction? Is someone he loves responsible? Or is this payback for his sins? Living with a loss far greater than his own death, Jaspar yearns to be set free. But do some kinds of freedom come at too high a cost?
Six months later, struggling reporter Katie Edwards travels to Morocco to stake her claim on the story with everything—international intrigue, mystery, celebrity, violence, sex, heartbreak, betrayal. Once there, she discovers a shocking truth. As the young journalist’s career soars, Jaspar Wills’ is destroyed…until an act of revenge leads to a stunning revelation that will change everything.
The Hypothyroid Writer
by Sarah LentzGet this book for ONLY $0.99
Writing for a living can be enough of a challenge, but if you’re living with thyroid dysfunction, you know it affects everything — and it makes it all the harder to succeed as a writer.
Are you struggling with low energy, brain fog, increased sensitivity, depression, or anxiety? Have you ever thought of writing a book, only to catch yourself thinking you’re not likely to succeed with that when you can barely manage doing enough to survive?
Hypothyroidism can make it difficult to get a lot done each day, but if you’d like to learn not only how to thrive in all areas of your life, but also how to get the right things done each day and become the powerful and prolific writer you were born to be, you need this book.
If you’re hypothyroid and worried about declining brain function, and you’re looking for a book that will help you heal your brain and keep it healthy for as long as possible, read this book!
The Hypothyroid Writer begins with an overview of the challenges posed by hypothyroidism for millions — many of whom have discovered a passion for writing, because it helps them to cope with their symptoms.
by E.E. BortonGet this book for FREE
The apocalypse came as a whisper.
Mother Nature had been sending signs for three years, but most didn’t pay attention until she pulled the plug on everything. Nobody will forget where they were and what they were doing at 8:13 on that morning. They’re all still waiting for 8:14. Well, at least the ones that have made it so far.
He was stuck in Atlanta traffic, making his way to work, when the world fell silent. His car, his radio, his phone, his watch, anything that needed a spark, a battery, or an outlet died. The silence didn’t last long and neither did she. He didn’t know if the yellow sundress was the first to die, but he does know that she wasn’t the last. Not even close.
As aircraft fell out of the sky, panicked drivers lost control in the fast lane, and pace makers stopped keeping their rhythms, he got out of his car and popped the trunk. Most didn’t pay attention, but he did. And he knew what was coming.
Three years earlier during the first city-wide blackout in Atlanta, he lost his Samantha to cowards who were never caught. Those looking to take advantage didn’t hesitate, wreaking havoc at every opportunity. It took less than an hour after the event for society to start its disintegration.
He made a promise to himself never to feel that helpless again. He wasn’t a soldier or a cop, but he was one of the few that did have a plan. Get out of the city, get away from people, and don’t hesitate.
May God have mercy on their souls, because he won’t.
by William Elliott HazelgroveGet this book for FREE
Tobacco Sticks takes us back to the Southern town of Richmond in 1946. It is the story of a Senatorial campaign, the rise of the unions, and Burke Hartwell, a lawyer and civic minded man who must choose between two worlds. The war is ending and for Lee Hartwell and his family it bodes the end of something they won’t understand until it is too late.
Hill Country Greed
by Patrick KellyGet this book for FREE
Do you remember the high-tech boom of 1999? The excitement? The crazy parties? Some of us sought to change the world.
Relive that era as Joe Robbins, the newly hired CFO of Connection Software.
Joe is a husband, a father, and an amateur boxer. With a burning desire for IPO riches he moves his family to Austin. Soon after an employee commits suicide at a company party. All is not well.
Despite Joe’s nagging concerns the company roles forward. The party continues. Madness ensues. Vegas. Booze. Adultery. MURDER!
by Archer MayorGet this book for ONLY $2.99
Lt. Joe Gunther of the Brattleboro, Vermont police force has a serious problem: in a community where a decade could pass without a single murder, the body count is suddenly mounting. Innocent citizens are being killed—and others set-up—seemingly orchestrated by a mysterious ski-masked man. Signs suggest that a three year-old murder trial might lie at the heart of things, but it’s a case that many in the department would prefer remained closed. A man of quiet integrity, Lt. Gunther knows that he must pursue the case to its conclusion, wherever it leads.
Courting The Mrs.
by Karen Lynn MarstallerGet this book for FREE
Deep in the heart of Texas, Julie Duncan is just trying to get through the days after the loss of her husband. It’s been four years, and male attention is the last thing on her mind, but her new job lands her in the middle of an unwanted romance.
The first time he sees his grandfather’s new housekeeper, Lane Calahan knows that Julie is “the one,” but will he ever convince Mrs. Duncan to risk her heart again?
The Atlantis Ship
by A.C. HadfieldGet this book for ONLY $0.99
A legendary enemy attacks…
Galactic peace is threatened…
Unless one man can find and stop the Atlantis ship
Carson Mach, a former war hero turned freelancer, seeks the biggest payday of his life when he’s tasked to hunt down a ghost ship that has echoed through the centuries. The legendary Atlantis ship has become a reality, appearing at the Commonwealth frontier, and obliterating an orbital station.
Facing a lack of resources, a ragtag crew, and aliens who want him dead, Mach must use all his leadership skills and experience if he’s to beat the overwhelming odds.His mission will take him across the galaxy and to uncharted dark areas of space.
Failure to stop the Atlantis ship will not only mean the death of Mach and his crew, but the end of the Commonwealth and all of humanity. Somehow, Mach must find a way to solve an ancient mystery if he’s to succeed where everyone else before him has failed.
When I Was Green
by T.S. DawsonGet this book for FREE
Secrets and lies have haunted Lucy Meeks from her earliest memories. But, the summer of her sweet sixteen is a new beginning. Lucy starts her first job, gets her first car, and experiences her first kiss.
Edward, a handsome and athletic horseback riding instructor sets Lucy’s heart on fire for the very first time. Lucy is not the only one smitten with his sensual appeal and she may just have to stand in line.
Wise beyond his years, Edward helps Lucy unravel the mysterious questions of her past. Why did her father kill himself? Was it her fault? What is her mother not telling her?
Thomas Yancey: Taking The High Road
by Morris FenrisGet this book for FREE
Elizabeth Drayton, daughter of a prominent and powerful Arizona rancher, has been kidnapped. Calling upon all his resources, including President Andrew Johnson, Augustus Drayton enlists the aid of twin brothers Thomas and Travis Yancey, newly appointed U.S. Marshals, to head up the search.
Elizabeth’s half-brother, Cochinay, son of Gus and his Apache housekeeper, serves as guide across grassland, desert sand, and up into the Pinaleño Mountains. At first Cochinay (Yellow Thunder) is able to find clues here and there that Liz has left behind; later on, the trail runs cold.
The kidnapper is Baldwin Carpenter, a former sheriff turned outlaw. When Liz was just a baby, her mother had also been stolen away as revenge for her father’s wrong, and Gus had sent the sheriff out to recover her. The plan failed, and Amelia Drayton died. Moreover, Gus reneged on paying what he promised.
Now, Win wants his money, and he is willing to go to great lengths to get it.
A strange thing happens during their trek to Win’s mountain hideaway, however. The two become friends. Liz puts together willow bark tea to ease Win’s suffering caused by rheumatism, and she takes on some of the heavier chores to spare him further pain.
The Good Girls Revolt
by Lynn PovichGet this book for ONLY $1.99
It was the 1960s––a time of economic boom and social strife. Young women poured into the workplace, but the “Help Wanted” ads were segregated by gender and the “Mad Men” office culture was rife with sexual stereotyping and discrimination.
Lynn Povich was one of the lucky ones, landing a job at Newsweek, renowned for its cutting-edge coverage of civil rights and the “Swinging Sixties.” Nora Ephron, Jane Bryant Quinn, Ellen Goodman, and Susan Brownmiller all started there as well. It was a top-notch job––for a girl––at an exciting place.
But it was a dead end. Women researchers sometimes became reporters, rarely writers, and never editors. Any aspiring female journalist was told, “If you want to be a writer, go somewhere else.”
On March 16, 1970, the day Newsweek published a cover story on the fledgling feminist movement entitled “Women in Revolt,” forty-six Newsweek women charged the magazine with discrimination in hiring and promotion. It was the first female class action lawsuit––the first by women journalists––and it inspired other women in the media to quickly follow suit.
Lynn Povich was one of the ringleaders. In The Good Girls Revolt, she evocatively tells the story of this dramatic turning point through the lives of several participants. With warmth, humor, and perspective, she shows how personal experiences and cultural shifts led a group of well-mannered, largely apolitical women, raised in the 1940s and 1950s, to challenge their bosses––and what happened after they did. For many, filing the suit was a radicalizing act that empowered them to “find themselves” and fight back. Others lost their way amid opportunities, pressures, discouragements, and hostilities they weren’t prepared to navigate.
The Good Girls Revolt also explores why changes in the law didn’t solve everything. Through the lives of young female journalists at Newsweek today, Lynn Povich shows what has––and hasn’t––changed in the workplace.
Murder At The Rocks
by Jill PatersonGet this book for ONLY $0.99
When Laurence Harford, a prominent businessman and philanthropist is found murdered in the historic Rocks area of Sydney, Detective Chief Inspector Fitzjohn is asked to solve the crime quickly and discreetly. After barely starting his investigation, uncovering a discarded mistress and disgruntled employees, a second killing occurs.
Meanwhile, Laurence’s nephew, Nicholas Harford, has his certainties in life shaken when he becomes a suspect in his uncle’s death, and receives a mysterious gold locket that starts a chain of events unravelling his family’s dark truths.
by Tarisa MarieGet this book for FREE
Nothing has ever been quite ordinary for Ariella Malgrovech. At four years old she witnessed her mother’s surreal murder, and then years later on her eighteenth birthday, while attending her high school prom, her school catches aflame with her father trapped inside. With both of these tragedies come unexplainable supernatural circumstances. The series of unfortunate events that seemingly make up Ariella’s life, manifest into millions of questions that desperately crave answers.
Soon does she not only receive the answers she seeks, but she discovers that the world around her isn’t as she’s always thought it was–supernatural creatures exist among humans and her own father is one of them. What does that make her? Trust turns to betrayal and knowledge turns to danger in this thrilling paranormal romance as Ariella ventures out into a world where witches, vampires, and immortals exist among humans, and a power hungry witch is out to kidnap her and force her to become as dark and wicked as he is. Will love prevail or will it be her undoing?
Escape To Vegas
by Kelly YoungGet this book for FREE
Hollie is a loving mother and wife who has been living a simple life since high school. She gave up her early twenties to have a family and support her husband with his new business. Hollie has no regrets until her seemingly simple life is shattered when her husband ask for a divorce, citing his love for another women. With her world shattered she reaches out to her best friends. Her friends are just as heartbroken at the news and in a bid to cheer her up, they decide to take her to Las Vegas to decompress. Hollie reluctantly agrees to go but doesn’t plan to go to wild on the trip. While on the trip Hollie eventually starts to let go of her deep seeded inhibitions and lives in the moment. The group of friends quickly find themselves in the midst of sex, parties and a good time. The journey turns into a saga of self-discovery for Hollie, as she questions her life choices and starts to regain the lost vigor of her early women hood. Upon Hollie’s return home from the trip she learns that not all things that happen in Vegas stay in Vegas.
by Wendy ScottGet this book for FREE
Mistaken for a warrior; Jairus must survive the Emperor’s Games.
Tekagi seeks vengeance and power.
Farm boy versus sorceress.
An empire hinges on the outcome.
Thousands compete for the dragon banner, but in the end there can only be one winner.
The adjudicator thumped the scepter into the ground three times. “By the fates, the war dragons will not return until a new emperor wins the dragon scepter.”
The crowd parted as Tekagi threaded her way toward the funeral cart waiting by the main gate. Tiger pelts adorned the two caskets. Only emperors earned the right to be entombed within the Dragon Palace. The sons were relegated to less hallowed ground.
A few of her most treasured belongings were also piled on the cart. No longer an emperor’s daughter she was being cast out of the palace. A limp tiger tail trailed over the side of the cart. She ran the tips of her obsidian finger stalls along its striped length before tucking it beneath a tapestry.
She tapped her fan against the cart’s side and the driver flicked the horses’ reins into a funeral march. Head bowed, she followed a few paces behind, flanked by her two bodyguards. As she exited through the palace gates and headed to Tiger House she patted the snake bracelet on her forearm, and vowed, “I will reclaim my birthright. Let the Emperor Games begin.”
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