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‘Cover up your webcams…or suffer the consequences.’

He calls himself the Slave Master. He spies on women through their computer webcams. Then he blackmails those who unknowingly reveal their secrets to him. His last victim was brutally murdered. Now he’s targeting the cop in charge of the investigation. To him she’s the perfect prey – because she has secrets of her own.

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Everville: The First Pillar

by Roy Huff

Owen Sage is the emblematic college freshman at Easton Falls University. With all the worries about his first year in college, he was not prepared for what would happen next. His way of life was flipped upside down when he mysteriously crossed into another dimension, into the beautiful land of Everville. His excitement was abruptly halted when he discovered that there was a darkness forged against both the natural world, which he knew well, and the new land which he discovered, Everville. He must devise a plan to save both worlds while joining forces with the race of Fron and The Keepers, whom both harbor hidden secrets he must learn in order to gain power over the evil that dwells in The Other In Between.

With a race against time to save both worlds, his short time at Easton Falls did not quite prepare him for the evil, dark forces he must fight in order to conquer The Other In Between.

Loving Miss Libby

by Rosemarie Naramore

Libby Langstrom lives next door to a single father of two adorable children. When her work hours are cut, and her neighbor needs a babysitter, Libby volunteers to watch the kids. As she becomes enmeshed in the family’s lives, she finds herself falling in love with the children and falling for their handsome father Dan.

Neither adult is aware that the kids have been playing matchmakers from the outset, and have plans for the two adults. With God’s help, can the kids orchestrate a match made in heaven? Or at least in their own neighborhood?

The Golden Scarab

by S.W. Lothian

A simple day at the museum turns into to an edge-of-your-seat roller-coaster ride into the past. A museum Mummy in deep distress recruits JJ Sterling, and his best buddy, Linc, to head back in time to Ancient Egypt. Along with new pal, Rani, it’s up to the three of them to locate the mysterious Golden Scarab and save history.

A long-time feud between two ancient brothers, Seth and Horus, looks set to end the fragile peace in Egypt. It’s time for our young heroes to rise up and conquer evil. Their perilous quest leads them on a race through scorching deserts, and temples full of amazing hidden chambers that are bursting with unexpected traps. All the while, an army of living statues called Uberdiles are determined to stop them.

If the three kids fail, the impact on the future would be a disaster for everyone … including you.

Sufficient Ransom: A Novel

by Sylvia Sarno

Ever wonder what it feels like to have it all—family, career, health, money—and not be happy?

Ann Olson takes her life for granted until her young son, Travis, disappears from the backyard one evening. Searching for her son, Ann throws caution to the wind. Soon, she finds herself enmeshed in the seedy world of Mexican drug dealers who operate just across the border in Tijuana. Does Ann, an atheist, embrace Christianity despite her husband warning that her pastor friend is more interested in converting her than in finding Travis? Does she make it out of the drug tunnel alive, or is her rashness her downfall? And is Travis’s disappearance related to that of other recently missing children in San Diego? A story of a mother’s love, courage in the face of evil, and her unexpected journey of self-discovery along the way.

Speed Reading Techniques: How To Read 300% Faster In 24 Hours And Be More Productive

by Patrick Smith

Speed reading is the amazing ability to read and learn faster than anyone else. It is a skill practiced and perfected by elite university students all over the world, which allows them to study for exams efficiently and finish books before other people are even halfway through them.

Speed reading saves time and can be applied whenever you need to read something. It could be your morning newspaper, emails, or your favorite blog. Not only does it save you countless hours, it also represents a brain exercise that will improve your memory, productivity, and focus in all kinds of situations.

In my book, Speed Reading Techniques, you will discover how to tap into this elite skill and learn to absorb information with almost inhuman efficiency. Your alertness and concentration will reach peak levels, a change that will also improve your ability to listen and pay attention to teachers, co-workers, family and friends.

The Runaway Mommy

by Jane Paris

Parenting young children is profoundly wonderful and difficult. There are some days when you want to run away. If you cannot identify with this sentiment, then this book is not for you.

The Runaway Mommy is for parents who imagine what life would be like if they indeed ran away. The mommy learns flamenco dancing in Barcelona, joins a tech startup in San Francisco and hits the campaign trail interning for a presidential candidate. All the while, her little one follows with a captivating eagerness that ultimately brings the mommy back right where she belongs.

Rent A Husband: A Romantic Comedy

by Sally Mason

Dumped for a younger woman, delicious divorcée Darcy Pringle is determined to make a splash at her California town’s Spring Ball. But she doesn’t have a hot date. When a friend dares her to rent one: hunky womanizer Forrest Forbes, gone from riches to rags and desperate for cash, Darcy turns her life (and her bed!) topsy-turvy in this romantic romp.

Slow Burn: A Zombie Novel

by Mike Fosen

Police work is never routine; domestics, gang violence… flesh craving zombies???

For decades the Mexican drug cartels looked at the United States of America as a business partner. The cartels supplied the drugs, and the millions of American addicts supplied them with an endless amount of money. But when the War on Drugs heats up and the money alone is not enough, the cartels decided to up the ante. With the help of a ruthless Russian mercenary, they unleashed a lethal bio-weapon, initially conceived during the Cold War to quickly bring the West to her knees. Skillfully deployed, the virus initially worked as designed. What started as a slow burn soon spread at an expediential rate, decimating the host population. Finally powerful enough conquer a stricken nation, the cartel stood ready to move in and enslave the surviving population. But unknown to their leaders, the virus had a small side effect. The infected victims refused to stay dead, and had an agenda all of their own.

For two veteran police officers and their small group of friends, the first day of the outbreak starts out like any other. Random fights and car accidents keep them busy, that is until they are confronted with a new and unexpected enemy. Each one of them is forced to confront the unthinkable. Zombies were real, and craving the living with an insatiable appetite.

Against the full specter of a society crumbling around them, and the dead stalking the living in the streets, it will take all of their skill, knowledge and courage to survive. They see terrifying news broadcasts and learn of hastily constructed refugee camps and an overmatched military stretched to the limit. Yet, amongst all of this, they still face enemies among the living as well. Armed gangs free to roam the streets. Powerful men who want to play politics with peoples lives, and wolves in sheeps clothing. Together, the group faces an uncertain future as they struggle against relentless enemies, living and dead, in a devastated America.

Raising John

by Jennifer Lesher

How do you go on living when you have done the unforgivable? How do you love a mother you barely remember? John is an orphan who misses the mother he hardly knew. Robert is the drunk driver who killed her. As the story opens we meet 4-year-old John, who wonders why his mother had to die. Robert wakes up in lockup, expecting to sleep off a blackout and go home, until he learns of the accident he caused.

John grows up under the care of his devoted maternal grandmother, who must confront her guilt over her daughter’s past. Just as John is on the cusp of manhood, he must confront his mother’s death anew and question everything he has come to believe about himself and the people he loves.

Robert is sentenced to 4 years in state prison. His incarceration begins a journey that will have a profound effect on not only himself, but on the life of the boy he orphaned, and on the legacy of the young mother who died.

Waiting Game

by J. L. Ficks

Doljinaar. Kingdom of might and stone. One name is whispered upon the lips of every man, woman or child old enough to know fear. An assassin lives among them. A foreigner born of a far off dark land and yet lies as close as their shadows. An assassin that goes by the name of Shade…

It has been many long years since Shade left the black forests of his people, the Dark Elves, where he was trained among the ranks of the Unseen. He has grown rich and powerful in the world of men, feeding off mankind’s compulsion for spilling its own blood. His name has become like a cold wind slipping in through the night, but even he tires of his own legend and yearns for a challenge…

And so when Shade was offered a job that could mean his own downfall, he did not hesitate to accept. He would strike at the crimelord of the Kurn underground. In one bold stroke he would make himself an enemy of his own dark underworld. Has he finally found a worthy enemy or will this contract be his last?

The 30-day Writing Challenge: Begin Or Enhance Your Daily Writing Habit

by Sara Crawford

The 30-Day Writing Challenge encourages beginner and advanced writers alike to stretch their writing muscles and create or enhance a daily writing habit. Each day, a new writing exercise/prompt is presented in an inventive collection that focuses on technique, inspiration, and craft by taking a comprehensive look across multiple forms and genres of writing.

Wish One

by Mia Zabrisky

Sophie will do anything to get her dead daughter back. After losing her husband and child in a tragic accident, she spends her evenings alone with her grief and a bottle of Stoli. Then one day, a stranger makes a startling offer – all she has to do is make a wish.

Sometimes even the most ordinary people will stop at nothing to achieve their goals. A duplicitous drug-dealer, an aspiring actress, a deaf tech geek, a wheelchair-bound genius, a serial killer, a mutant angel, and a small child who holds the key to everything – their worlds collide when they meet a man who seems harmless. But when he offers to grant you one wish… be careful.

In a world where a select few will get exactly what they wish for, remarkable and sinister things can happen. This chilling paranormal thriller will confound you at every turn.

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