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The Man I Love
by Suanne LaqueurGet this book for ONLY $0.99
You never got over it. You just left it
College freshman Erik Fiskare loves the theatre, but he’s more intrigued by the wizardry behind the red curtain than the spectacle center stage. That is, until Daisy Bianco steps into the spotlight. The moment Erik lays eyes on this ballerina, his atoms rearrange and the young stagehand will never be the same.
For two years, the romance thrives within a tight-knit circle of artists and friends. Then, a newcomer arrives–James, a brilliant but erratic dancer with a misguided infatuation and a burning desire to belong.
The consequences of an ill-fated love affair set a course for destruction and Erik’s world is torn apart. He clings to Daisy, but he soon discovers that in the face of heartache, grief and betrayal, love is not always enough. And sometimes, it’s everything.
Under A Tell-Tale Sky
by R.E. McDermottGet this book for ONLY $0.99
When a massive solar flare fries the electrical grid, Captain Jordan Hughes’ problems are just starting. Stranded far from home with a now-priceless cargo of fuel and a restless crew, Hughes weighs his options as violence worsens ashore and the world crumbles around the secure little world of his ship, the Pecos Trader.
‘Wait and see,’ is not an option. Hughes has to get his ship and crew home, but FEMA arrives with other plans.
Resisting the demands of an increasingly corrupt and self-serving federal bureaucracy, Hughes leads a ragtag band of sailors, preppers, and dissident military personnel on an incredible voyage to reunite them all with home and family – only to find their real journey is just beginning.
by S. R. MalleryGet this book for FREE
Can we learn from our ancestors? Do our relatives’ behaviors help shape our own?
In “Unexpected Gifts” that is precisely what happens to Sonia, a confused college student, heading for addictions and forever choosing the wrong man. Searching for answers, she begins to read her family’s diaries and journals from America’s past: the Vietnam War, Woodstock, and Timothy Leary era; Tupperware parties, McCarthyism, and Black Power; the Great Depression, dance marathons, and Eleanor Roosevelt; the immigrant experience and the Suffragists. Back and forth the book journeys, linking yesteryear with modern life until finally, by understanding her ancestors’ hardships and faults, she gains enough clarity to make some right choices.
Gardening For Beginners
by Jennifer RossGet this book for ONLY $0.99
Urban Gardening Bundle: Book 1: Container Gardening + Book 2: Vertical Gardening
DISCOVER: How to grow your own organic fruits, vegetables & herbs in a small space!
Want to grow your own fruits & vegetables, but don’t have the time & space?Interested to grow a healthy harvest in your own terrace or balcony? Want to take up gardening as a hobby to relax and rejuvenate your mind? Do you want to save the money that you spend at the expensive organic store? Container & Vertical Gardening could be the solution.
Benefits of Container & Vertical Gardening
Container Gardening is an easy way of planting and harvesting a succession of produce within small and confined spaces. One of the main reasons for the success of Container Gardening is that it helps you grow a number of fruits and vegetables even in a city apartment. It uses limited amounts of water and the plants can easily be moved from one place to another depending on the sunlight. Container gardening gives you a lot of freedom and scope for creativity. You can grow plants on your kitchen table top or under the TV! This not only gives you a sense of satisfaction, but also ensures good health for your family and less impact on the environment. It can be a great family activity as well that is easy, enjoyable and interesting.
Vertical gardening is nothing but growing your usual garden on a vertical surface. In addition to requiring limited space, vertical gardening also demands a lot less maintenance and upkeep. Vertically grown plants are easier to harvest when compared with horizontal (traditional) ones. The reason being that the fruits and vegetables of a vertical garden are more visible to you. They are at an eye level making it easier for you to harvest them. The aesthetic value alone tilts the balance in favor of vertical gardening. Imagine beautiful flowering plants gracing your living room centerpiece wall or a fruit garden growing out of your kitchen window. Arguably, there is nothing more exciting than plucking a fully ripe fruit right from your bed!
The Organ Broker
by Stu StrumwasserGet this book for ONLY $1.99
As a disaffected youth in the late eighties, Jack Trayner entered the criminal world, selling coke when he needed money to pay his way through college. Although he later graduated from law school, an opportunity to earn easy money eventually seduced him into the bizarre and illegal black market for organsa business that some consider horrendous and a small number of others deem to be heroic. The dual nature of this business assuaged Jack’s guilt and allowed him to flourish, yet the death of a client makes what he is doing all too real. The Organ Broker represents Jack’s confession.
The international black market sale of organs is very real and operates at this very moment behind closed hospital doors in many cities all around the world. It is a world that most people are only vaguely aware exists, and few of us know much, if anything, about, until nowin the pages of the confession of New York Jack.
Ink: Fine Lines
by Bella RoccaforteGet this book for FREE
Shay Baynes brought her nightmares to life to fulfill her dreams of becoming published. Now, everyone else is paying the price with their blood.
Her hit comic Sanguine Specter, based on the horrific murders from her nightmares, hits it big. Finally able to feel something other than numbness, Shay’s riding high on her success when it all comes crashing down with the bodies of the murder victims.
The Dead Cat Bounce
by Sarah GravesGet this book for ONLY $0.99
dead cat bounce n. Stock market jargon for a small, temporary rise in a stock’s trading price after a sharp drop.
Since she bought her rambling old fixer-upper of a house, Jacobia Tiptree has gotten used to finding things broken. But her latest problem isn’t so easily repaired. Along with the rotting floor joists and sagging support beams, there’s the little matter of the dead man in Jake’s storeroom, an ice pick firmly planted in his cranium.
Not much happens in her tiny Maine town, but that’s about to change. Jake’s unknown guest turns out to be a world-famous corporate raider, local boy turned billionaire Threnody McIlwaine. When Jake’s best friend, quiet and dependable Ellie White, readily confesses to the murder, cops and journalists swarm into snowbound Eastport.
Jake smells a cover-up, and begins poking into past history between McIlwaine and Ellie’s family. But someone doesn’t like nosy neighbors…and Jake’s rustic refuge may become her final resting place.
by Tarryl JanikGet this book for FREE
Jack Warren is a low-life–a suicidal cop haunted by past tragedy. Suddenly a promiscuous teenage girl goes missing at the local rest stop just outside of small town Wisconsin. Despite Jack’s alcoholism, he is on the case. Evidence suggests murder, but what Jack ultimately discovers is something far more sinister…
by Jon EvansGet this book for FREE
Paul Wood is a modern vagabond, a man who chooses to leave the comforts of San Francisco to spend months backpacking through some of the world’s most challenging terrain. While hiking in the Himalayas, Paul gets more of a rush than he bargained for when he finds the body of a murdered hiker – mutilated in a way he has witnessed once before, in Africa, years ago and thousands of miles away.
The police in Nepal, anxious to quell a scandal, close the case and declare the victim a suicide. Only Paul is left to search for answers. He reaches out to his farflung tribe of fellow backpackers for help, and his discoveries lead him to a terrible conclusion: a killer is stalking the international backpacker trail, preying on victims in wild places far beyond the reach of any authorities. A killer whom Paul may already know.
Finding the murderer becomes an obsession that leads Paul from Himalayan peaks, through the jungles of Indonesia, across the bleak Sahara desert — and into some of the darkest places imaginable…
The Smuggler’s Gambit
by Sara WhitfordGet this book for FREE
Port Beaufort, North Carolina – May 1765
Seventeen-year-old Adam Fletcher is no stranger to fist fights, but when he bloodies the nose of the obnoxious son of Port Beaufort’s customs agent, the local magistrate offers Adam two choices: jail or an apprenticeship.
Choosing the latter, he soon finds himself bound apprentice to a reclusive old man with a secret, colorful past. Although Adam is less than thrilled about his new situation, when he is asked to spy on his master as a suspected smuggler, he has to decide where his loyalties lie. Will he perform his civic duty to the Crown, or will he do whatever is necessary to protect the old man, possibly putting even his own family in danger?
by E. Van LoweGet this book for FREE
There is a creature haunting the swimming pools of Beverly Hills. 16 year-old Josh Butters believes he sees a connection between the creature and the mysterious and beautiful girl next door. Before long, Josh finds himself falling head-over-heels in love with the girl, Lara, who it turns out is an enchanted being. Josh discovers that he and Lara are soulmates, drawn together by the siren’s song, destined to be together from birth. But there’s a dark secret to being Lara’s soulmate, a secret that involves battling creatures, and an age-old feud. Josh must decide if the price for being Lara’s one true love is a price he’s willing to pay. It could cost him, his family, and friends their lives.
Dangerously exciting, yet mystical and romantic, Moondancers is a page turning thriller that asks the question “do you believe in soulmates?”
The End Of Self-Help
by Gail BrennerGet this book for FREE
The self-help industry perpetuates the myth that we are limited, damaged, inadequate selves who need to be fixed. Sadly, it keeps millions of us hoping for a better future when we will finally be happy and fulfilled.
But what if it’s possible, at any moment, to be peaceful and free? In The End of Self Help: Discovering Peace and Happiness Right at the Heart of Your Messy, Scary Brilliant Life, psychologist Gail Brenner, Ph.D. reveals that in fact, it is–once we realize that who we are is not defined by our distorted thoughts and painful feelings.
With an infectious spirit, Dr. Brenner describes how personal suffering is a case of mistaken identity. She walks with readers as they expand their attention beyond their well-worn troubles to the very source of happiness and peace: presence itself. Guided audio meditations, included with each chapter, help light the way.
The Gray Ship
by Russell MoranGet this book for ONLY $2.99
Alternate history, military fiction, and a time travel romance. Captain Ashley Patterson is a 36 year old Commanding Officer of a nuclear guided missile cruiser. While steaming toward Charleston, South Carolina in April 2013, the ship encounters a time warp or wormhole. Suddenly, Captain Patterson and her 930 crewmembers find themselves in the year 1861, two days before the start of the Civil War. They were to participate in a ceremony to commemorate the 152nd anniversary of the Battle of Fort Sumter.
Abraham Lincoln wants to win the war, and he sees this ship as a key to victory.
But Captain Patterson and her crew want to return home to the 21st Century.
For them, the Civil War was history. Now, they find that it has only just begun.
Does she risk mutiny, or commit treason.
If she changes history, what will the future look like?
Motions And Moments: More Essays On Tokyo
by Michael PronkoGet this book for FREE
Motions and Moments is the third book by Michael Pronko on the fluid feel and vibrant confusions of Tokyo life. These 42 new essays burrow into the unique intensities that suffuse the city and ponder what they mean to its millions of inhabitants.
Based on Pronko’s 18 years living, teaching and writing in Tokyo, these essays on how Tokyoites work, dress, commute, eat and sleep are steeped in insights into the city’s odd structures, intricate pleasures and engaging undertow.
Included are essays on living to size and loving the crowd, on Tokyo’s dizzying uncertainties and daily satisfactions, and on the 2011 earthquake. As in his first two books, this collection captures the ceaseless flow and passing flashes of life in biggest city in the world with gentle humor and rich detail.
Battle Of Solomon’s Island
by Ken RossignolGet this book for FREE
A little known story that never happened of the heroic efforts of the small village of Solomon’s Island to waylay the British fleet after they burned the public buildings in Washington, D.C. during the War of 1812. This historical fiction accurately explains the events of the invasion of Washington and the bombardment of Fort McHenry. The heroics were simply possible.
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