How to Write and Publish a Book by Lucy Adams

How to Write and Publish a Book   If your life is worth writing a book, you do not live in vain! Over time, we gain experience in a particular area of interest to other people. However, sharing your thoughts, beliefs, skills and experiences in the form of a book is not as easy as […]

The Food Revolution

The Food Revolution In 2012, Jamie Oliver founded The Food Revolution Voluntary Ambassador Program. The aim of the program is to build an awareness of living a healthy lifestyle through the foods we eat. It’s an ongoing campaign to show our young people worldwide of the dangers  of excessivesugar and sugar-related products in the foods we […]

Tips for the Indie author by Mike C Smith

Tips for the Indie author Hello,  and welcome to the third in our series of marketing for Indie authors. Today let’s look at what the reader looks for on  Amazon when searching for a book. 1)      Favorite author 2)      Book cover 3)      Title 4)      Book description 5)      Reviews All these are things people look for and it tells us that all bases […]

Amazon How to and Self Help

Woman’s Book: Only for men $3.69 Massaging The Female Mind  $5.99 Personal Transformation $1.99 THE (IN)FIDELITY FACTOR $2.99

Amazon Fiction

Rise of the Antichrist $6.21 Basically Frightened $3.99 Trusting the Currents $3.99 Rivers Crossing $3.99 The Pacific AffairThe Public Affair  $1.99 .      


A French Affair Kindle Edition  $2.99 Diamonds and Cole  $0.00 Dancing with Air  $3.03 Securing the Rancher’s Heart  $3.99 Sebastian, the beginning  $1.99 A Dangerous Bargain  $3.03 A Dangerous Demon King  $2.99 Desert Oasis  $5.99 Errant Spark  $0.99 Release $0.99 Special Agent Kandice $3.99 Rooter  $3.02

An Angel in the Distance by Amanda Fulwell

An Angel in the Distance Lina d’Orsini wants nothing more than to paint until her heart is content. Enthralled by the world of art, she does not complain when treated as a servant in her own house by her would-be stepmother. When her friend, Sofia, whisks her away to a ball at the Florentine palace […]

Lovienthal Montague Spiritual Detective by Mark Kasniak

Lovienthal Montague Spiritual Detective  Lovienthal Montague Spiritual Detective can only be described as a raunchy, dark-humored zombie thriller that breaks from the mold of traditional zombie books which typically feature a fearless lead character who always knows what to do, what to say, and how to handle every situation that may arise in the most […]

The Adventures of George by Blair Gowrie

The Adventures of George (First three chapters) Not many people read poems these days, and even fewer read narrative tales told entirely in verse. But do such tales exist? Yes, they do, believe it or not, and one of them is The Adventures of George by Blair Gowrie. On looking at the title and the cover […]

Read First two chapters of Reconquista

First two chapters of Reconquista by J J Anderson Ten or more years ago, I began to write a serial story for my nephew and god-son. My husband and I have a home in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain, a place full of history and my nephew was about to visit there for the first […]

Sample Chapters of EYE SPY by Tessa Buckley

Chapter One – Eye Spy Copyright ©     MEETING HAMISH                   It all started one evening in February, soon after our thirteenth birthday. We were in the den: me, my twin sister Donna, and Donna’s best friend Emerald. Our den is in an old railway carriage at the bottom of the garden. Don’t ask me why […]

Murder at the Arboretum by Christa Nardi

Murder at the Arboretum Professor turned amateur sleuth, Sheridan Hendley sets out to prove Chief Pfeiffe has arrested the wrong person. Clive Johnson, the groundskeeper at Cold Creek College, is a convenient scapegoat and not everyone is pleased by her enthusiastic search for the truth. Sheridan has to be careful or she may be the […]


Best Read

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing econsectetur adipiscilit. consectetur adipiscing.adipiscing econsectetur


Audio Books Footer

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing econsectetur adipiscilit. consectetur adipiscing.adipiscing econsectetur

Tranquility by Grace Jelsnik

Tranquility  Tranquility looks at two characters, the protagonist and her love interest, who have been scarred by acts of birth and unkindness.  While struggling to find the murderer of her grandmother, Caitlyn, born to an unhappy heritage, strikes sparks off Trevor, born to an unnatural father. Throughout the novel, both characters seek tranquility, finally realizing […]

Uvi Poznansky the Author

Uvi Poznansky is a California-based author, poet and artist. Her writing and her art are tightly coupled. “I paint with my pen,” she says, “and write with my paintbrush.” She earned her B. A. in Architecture and Town Planning from the Technion in Haifa, Israel. During her studies and in the years immediately following her […]


CRAMPED QUARTERS series, is the result of our purchase of an item that is haunted…MARY’S TRUNK. The initial book, MARY’S TRUNK of my CRAMPED QUARTERS series had to be written because the ghost who occupies the Victorian camelback trunk that we purchased years ago at a local estate sale demanded it. Mary, the ghost within […]

Blog Post by Amelie Rose

An Interview with Amelie Rose author of The Duchess’ Diary, Love Child, Mirror Image, Lazy Weekend 1 & 2 Love’s Return and Henri’s Cellar and her most popular How to Create a Shabby Chic Lifestyle Here goes Q.Who are your greatest support – who believes in you? My husband, son and daughter-in-law who all think I […]

Flexible Dieting Handbook by James H. Mayfield

Flexible Dieting Handbook: How To Lose Weight by Eating What You Want This book is a step-by-step guidebook for learning all about Flexible Dieting. An approach to nutrition that makes it possible to eat whatever you desire, in moderation, and still achieve your fitness goals. About the Author › Visit Amazon’s James H. Mayfield Page […]

What a Crooked Web We Weave by Monica Thomas

What a Crooked Web We Weave Rachael Delanie, is the daughter of a great golf legend. She was used to getting whatever she wanted growing up but that all changed once her father just about loses all of their family’s assets, leaving her learning how to stand on her own two feet. About the author […]

A Star for Annie by Lizabeth Scott

A Star for Annie A Star for Annie, the second installment in breakout author Lizabeth Scott’s Hearts of Gold Series is now available. Climb on board The Carter Ryan – World Storm Tour with an all access backstage pass. Go behind the scenes and become part of the crew who takes the world by storm! Dr. Sylva Ann Gold […]

The King who was Mad at his Son by Denise Sharon

  The King who was Mad at his Son This is a book about the king who was  mad at his son, he could not see him any more through the dark cloud of anger around him. The prince was so upset, and felt so small he seemed to have vanished into the carpet… After […]

Pen and Ink 2014 (Pen & Ink Writers’ Resources)

Pen and Ink 2014 (Pen & Ink Writers’ Resources) Want to be a better writer? Need to learn how to improve your dialogue, produce three dimensional characters, or better edit your work? Could you use some guidance in regards to your writing process, publishing, marketing, or improving your output, but you don’t know where to […]

Transmutation by Ron Shaw

Transmutation by Ron Shaw What external and internal forces combine to create the perfect storm that causes a human being to become twisted? This is not a rhetorical question. Ron Shaw was molded into such a twisted boy and man. Look inside his life. Go back with Ron to the hell of his youth, the […]

A Face on Cydonia by Ian Miller

A Face on Cydonia While by 2100 everybody knew the Face of Cydonia was simply a battered butte, on a live TV program the battered butte morphed into the Viking image and winked. A great joke, but nobody could have done it. As a consequence of this, two unexplained heat emanations from the butte, and […]

Anna Mary by Amelie Rose Free Short Story

Download your FREE copy HERE The author would be grateful for a few kind words, thank you. Anna Mary by Amelie Rose Anna Mary, a recent and childless widow, has returned to rural Ireland, where she was raised by her grandparents, for the first time in 40 years. There in the lane she had run […]

Children of Light Family Tree by D.M.Cain

A Chronicle of Chaos Chaos Ensures Light And Shadow Hits The Ground Running This opening book in DM Cain’s epic Light and Shadow fantasy series certainly plunges us in at the deep end. A Chronicle Of Chaos sets the scene for a centuries-long battle for dominance between The Children of Light and The Brotherhood of […]

Vegas Series by Mimi Barbour

Vegas Series by Mimi Barbour The Vegas series is a collection of six books based on female cops and their stories. In the first few books, we have Aurora who has a hard outer shell to hide her tender soul. She doesn’t take any crap from anyone, she makes those around her toe the line […]

A Tired Older Woman: Loses Weight and Keeps it Off!

 Tired Older Woman: Loses Weight and Keeps it Off! If you’ve ever lost weight only to gain it all back, if you’ve ever yo-yoed up and down on the scales, if you’ve ever dealt with the dreaded plateaus, then you are among friends. Anyone can lose a few pounds.  Most of us already have.  I, […]

Chocolate Can Kill by Annie Acorn

Chocolate Can Kill by Annie Acorn Emily Harris believes chocolate always makes things better, until even a dozen boxes of her favorite chocolates can’t put her world back together.  Returning from a trip to New Orleans, she tumbles down the airport’s arrival escalator and, despite evidence to the contrary, believes she was pushed. If this […]

Rag Doll by Rebecca Scarberry

5.0 out of 5 stars A new O’Henry is Here!, January 3, 2013 By Review of Rag Doll by Rebecca Scarberry   Ed Benjamin “Author of the action thriller, &… (Texas) – See all my reviews (REAL NAME) Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: Rag Doll (Kindle Edition) I lived in Greensboro, North Carolina […]

Capernicious by P S Winn

Capernicious by P S Winn     Sue had a little bit of a wild life before she settles down and gets married. She follows her husband to Capernicious Academy. It doesn’t take Sue long to figure out something sinister is going on. When people start dying she enlists her friend Cheryl’s help in digging […]

The Quarry by Stan Grimes

  The Quarry by Stan Grimes Who knows what lies beneath the surface of Hinkle’s Quarry?  Certainly no one with good intentions as their guide, only the malicious minded and diseased predators knew for certain.  The young and innocent visit the hidden lake to swim, fish, make love, and smoke a little pot.  Little do […]

Noelle Chapter 1.0 Welcome to Sunrise

  Noelle Chapter 1.0 Welcome to Sunrise. by Eddie Dexter Stewart ” The Noelle Saga is about a teen age supermodel, Ashley Bethany Kiyomi Noelle. Ashley is wealthy, stunningly beautiful, very intelligent…and very lonely. Her parents decide to move from Japan to a small country town in Florida to escape stardom and give her a chance […]

Run Your Destiny by Mark McCullum

Run Your Destiny by Mark McCullum     If the idea of running ever crossed your mind, you owe it to yourself to read “Run Your Destiny.” Full of running inspiration, practical tips, psychological approaches, and motivational proverbs, these insights enable running to have a hugely beneficial impact on your life. Whether you need encouragement […]

RIVERS TO BLOOD by Michael Lister

    RIVERS TO BLOOD by Michael Lister Rivers to Blood marks the return of one of the most popular, unique, and beloved detectives of our time. Bestselling author Lisa Unger says, “John Jordan manages to be deeply flawed yet utterly appealing” while PJ Parrish adds, “Chaplain John Jordan is one of crime fiction’s most original […]

The Phoenix Project by D.M. Cain

480 pages The Phoenix Project by D.M. Cain is set in a bleak and uncompromising future where terrorist attacks and religious fundamentalism have become rife across the globe. The government has outlawed religion and is struggling to control an increasingly violent public. The nation is angry, scared and lost and with this fear comes a […]

Nefertiti’s Prodigy by Kerrie Mcleod

205 pages Nefertiti’s Prodigy by Kerrie Mcleod When one door closes another opens, so the saying goes. When one door closes another slams in your face, so the joke goes. For Sheryl, however, “that door” was always for someone else. Until she met Nefertiti. A bitter sweet comedy… Sheryl has fallen on hard times; where once […]

Interview with Panama Scarrett (author) of Footworks, A Bus Driver’s Journal

  Today I’m pleased to be able to welcome  Panama Scarrett  author of  Footworks, A Bus Driver’s Journal, here to answer some questions for our readers. Q.    Who are your greatest support – who believes in you? Answer: I have a tight nit bunch of friends who egg me on…and at the end of the […]

How to Write Something Interesting

First chapter of How to Write Something Interesting CHAPTER ONE  Getting Started  `I’m a story teller, not a literary writer. I write strong characters people will want to read about.’ Jacqui Collins, Best-selling novelist  You have an itch to write things and you would like some guidance and a bit of common sense advice. If […]