Now Serving Dragon

By David R. Michael

Now Serving Dragon

Thara Gold’s rent is due and she needs a new job. Right now, though, she hopes she can make it home before her Episode starts. She doesn’t want to turn into a dragon on the bus. After 6 months living with his mother, Marcus Nelson is willing to consider any job, even joke jobs like “Dragon Hunter – No Experience Necessary!” It has to be a joke, but he needs the work.....

Growing Up Viking

By Ieda Jonasdottir Herman

Growing Up Viking

 The author recalls Iceland 1935, a simpler time and draws the reader into a childhood routine that had been virtually unchanged since the days of the Vikings. The enchanting legends of trolls and hidden folk of Iceland are interwoven with the hopes and fears of a child growing up amidst the hardships of daily life in this mysterious land of eerie landscapes, erupting volcanoes, gushing geysers......

The Soul of the White Dragon

By Eriqa Queen

The Soul of the White Dragon

If you think dragons are a myth, you will learn otherwise in this story. In her search for material for an upcoming book, Luzi stumbles upon many secrets and old wisdom, signs of seemingly lost, ancient knowledge. When searching for truth, one may find love and friendship that one has been looking for, even in places abandoned many years ago, or in realms not of this world....

Tread Softly in My Head

By Adrian Sturgess

Tread Softly In My Head

A woman has gone missing and the police have a suspect. They call on the services of Dr Catherine Paradine, a young psychologist, to question him. She has the singular virtue of being a telepath with a native ability to read and project emotion. It seems, therefore, that obtaining the information the police require should be fairly simple. Presumably?

The Blue Diamond Affair

By Antoine Hudon

The Blue Diamond Affair

The theft of the century! The famous Blue Diamond Affair! The jewel heist by a Thai employee in a Saudi Arabian Prince’s palace continues to have shocking repercussions. The object of analysis and speculation since 1989, it led to murder and corruption, threatened diplomatic relations between the two countries, and remains a mystery to this day.....

Claude Ranger: Canadian Jazz Legend

By Mark Miller

Claude Ranger: Canadian Jazz Legend

Even before Claude Ranger disappeared in late 2000, his fate unknown, he had attained legendary status among Canada’s jazz musicians as an extraordinary drummer who repeatedly challenged the status quo on bandstands in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver.

Willful, uncompromising and charismatic, cigarette invariably tucked into the left corner of his mouth, Ranger cut a compelling figure alongside Canadian and American stars alike — Lenny Breau, Jane Bunnett, Sonny Greenwich, Moe Koffman, P.J. Perry, Dewey Redman, Sonny Rollins, Don Thompson and many others.

Claude Ranger: Canadian Jazz Legend presents a sympathetic portrait of this remarkable musician and offers a perceptive overview of the Canadian jazz scene during the 35 years in which, by turns, his career flourished, faltered and flourished again....

She Murdered Me With Science

By David Boop

She Murdered Me With Science

It’s 1953 and scientist-turned P.I. Noel Glass is tortured with the guilt of an early experiment gone awry. When a rich recluse offers proof that the accident was a set-up, Glass swears to clear his name. However, a clandestine organization is trying to conquer the world using his “failed” invention, but Glass stands in their way. Who can he trust when everyone has secrets?

Color Me Dead

By Teresa Trent

Color Me Dead

Artist Gabby Wolfe has the ability to see not only the beauty of the living but the despair of the dead. When she returns to her childhood home in Henry Park Colorado, she is forced to bring along her younger brother Mitch. He is on a “break” from college where he was majoring in wine, women, and song. If that isn’t enough they also have Mitch’s rambunctious beagle Luigi along who prefers to spend his days wallowing in junk food. When Gabby draws the death of a young woman before it happens, she knows she must tell someone and risk a new job and her professional credibility. Will she reveal her secret in time to save the woman in the water or will it be too late?

Unbroken Beings

By Kristina Circelli

Unbroken Beings

Evangeline Frost had a plan, once. Attend a prestigious art school, become a renowned painter. It was a dream she shared with her father, one that was ripped away in the car accident that claimed his life.

At California’s Kindred Hides Wildlife Preserve, Evangeline thought she had finally grieved for her father and moved on. But now, halfway around the world in Zambia at a new sanctuary for animals, Evangeline finds herself haunted by old memories … and a promise she has yet to fulfill.

Nightmares plague her dreams. Caster’s flirtations confuse her. And when poachers invade the preserve, they leave behind a devastation that threatens to break her apart.

Now Evangeline lives for a different dream: to save the lives of every animal who calls the preserve home, no matter the cost. A crusade that strains her budding relationship with Caster, a mission taking her further away from dreams of the past ‒ and gives her an orphaned elephant calf to call her own.

Evangeline Frost has a new plan. Protect the preserve and keep a promise that will finally heal her heart …or put her very life at risk.

Writing Trash and Hunting Buffalo

By Jay Williams

Writing Trash and Hunting Buffalo

What happens when you turn into the thing you most abhor? "Writing Trash and Hunting Buffalo" tells of a man who reports on the glitter set he despises, but through several tragic events that catapult him into the limelight, soon becomes similar to them. Can this conflicted man survive the constant struggle for his soul and the incessant barrage of corrupt lifestyles of the Hollywood elite?

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