Archive for May 10th, 2018

#NEW “Mildred Romancing the Odds (Mildred Unchained Book 2)” by Toni Kief

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Mildred Romancing the Odds (Mildred Unchained Book 2)

by Toni Kief

Genre: Mystery & Suspense/Crime Fiction/Women Sleuths

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2.99 at time of posting!

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Mildred is back with more crime, more adventure and could there be more?

The Ivory Winds Casino is growing and so is Mildred’s undercover team. More crime, more adventures and a life change she never expected. Mildred doesn’t let age or osteoporosis to stop her from fighting crime and living life to the fullest.

In the year since she was hired by the Ivory Winds Casino, Mildred Petrie’s life has transformed. She may be over seventy, but Mildred isn’t lying down any time soon. Her nights are filled with challenge and adventure, but there are even more changes to come.

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Scrivener: 10 pros and cons of everyone’s favorite writing software

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If you’re a writer and haven’t heard of Scrivener, you’ve most likely been living under a rock. Don’t worry, I was once the same. But the more involved I became in the community, the rumblings got louder and the arguments became more insistent.

Why aren’t you using Scrivener to write your novels?! It’s the best thing EVER.

I can’t tell you how many times I heard it.

First let me explain the gist.

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“Calling My Name” by Liara Tamani

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Calling My Name

by Liara Tamani

Genre: YA, Social & Family Issues/Emotions & Feelings/ African-American

1.99 at time of posting!

Calling My Name is a striking, luminous, and literary exploration of family, spirituality, and self—ideal for readers of Jacqueline Woodson, Jandy Nelson, Naomi Shihab Nye, and Sandra Cisneros. This unforgettable novel tells a universal coming-of-age story about Taja Brown, a young African American girl growing up in Houston, Texas, and deftly and beautifully explores the universal struggles of growing up, battling family expectations, discovering a sense of self, and finding a unique voice and purpose. Told in fifty-three short, episodic, moving, and iridescent chapters, Calling My Name follows Taja on her journey from middle school to high school. Literary and noteworthy, this is a beauty of a novel that captures the multifaceted struggle of finding where you belong and why you matter.

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“Savage Surrender: A Dire Wolves Mission” by Ellis Leigh

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Savage Surrender: A Dire Wolves Mission

by Ellis Leigh

Genre: ParanormalRomance/Military/Suspense

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There’s no escaping a Dire Wolf on the hunt…

Feared by even his own kind, Bez of the Dire Wolf shifters knows exactly how to succeed in any battle. Even if that means racking up collateral damage along the way. A simple mission into the swamplands to save a teenage wolf shifter should have been an easy track and retrieval for a man with his training, but nothing comes easy when the fates get involved.

In one night, Omega Sariel went from a free, single shewolf to a captive with a teenage girl to watch over and a couple of guards intent on making her life miserable…what little is left of it. Then a soldier with ice in his eyes walks in, and the mating call begins. He’s too tough, too harsh, too murderous…but when your life hangs in the balance, a lethal fighter in your corner is better than battling alone. Especially one who isn’t afraid to get a little dirty with her.

Two kidnapped women, one dangerous soldier unknowingly about to come face-to-face with fate, and a monster set on destroying everything in its path. In the world of the Dire Wolves, a retrieval is a simple mission for the unit of soldiers that make up their pack. But this time, a single glance blows simple right out of the swamp and forces Bez to make his stand alone.

One soldier, one fight…one chance at forever.

Savage Surrender is the lengthened version of a novella originally released in 2015 in the Masters Of The Hunt boxset.

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“Latino in London: Live, Laugh, Love” by Agustin Rubini

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Latino in London: Live, Laugh, Love

by Agustin Rubini

Genre: Literature & Fiction/Travel/Action & Adventure/Hispanic-American

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The story of all expats that land in a big city like London…

Live in London through the eyes of a newcomer!


Twenty-two-year-old Juan Martinez’s humdrum life takes a drastic upward turn when he learns that he’s won a trip to London to see the Rolling Stones in concert. London is the stuff his dreams are made of.

Landing in London, he’s dazzled by the bright lights and fast pace, and fascinated by the rich culture. The London he discovers isn’t anything like the one he’d seen on the big screen or read about in books. He grabs the once in a life time opportunity with both hands and, despite a few hiccups along the way, can’t help but fall in love with the city.

    • Is London everything that Juan ever dreamt of? 
    • Will he be able to get back on that plane after just one week? 
    • Or will he end up having an even bigger adventure then he’d ever imagined possible?

This is not the typical novel, or the classic touristic guide. This book will get you under the skin of a cheeky adventurer that brings out the life in London

Buy this book now and start living the London dream…

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#BlogTour “Android Love, Human Skin” by Richard Godwin

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coverWelcome to a world of four genders. A dystopian science fiction novel that explores the nature of gender and sexual conflict, in a future utopia engineered by the union.

Society has been revolutionised by gender control and the technologisation of man and woman. In a future where a biochemical weapon has removed the skins of the population, the rulers hunt for the beautiful ones, those men and women who still have skins.

The union is the new government, a faceless body of politicians who were behind the order to use the weapon that backfired on them, leaving them skinless. In the glass citadel, the new utopia, where the only surviving humans with skin are placed, they recreate the world of gender by offering humans four types of robot with which to have relationships.

All the humans are placed in relationships with machines, apart from Gerald, who appears to be a spy for the union and is filming the humans, and Elliott, a robot programmer.

The union watches it all, political voyeurs in a totalitarian state of enforced sexual ecstasies.

Humanity falls into four categories…

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Richard Godwin is the critically acclaimed author of Apostle Rising, Mr. Glamour, One Lost Summer, Richard GodwinNoir City, Meaningful Conversations, Confessions Of A Hit Man, Paranoia And The Destiny Programme, Wrong Crowd, Savage Highway, Ersatz World, The Pure And The Hated, Disembodied, Buffalo And Sour Mash, Locked In Cages, Crystal On Electric Acetate, The Glass House, Android Love, Human Skin, and Insincerity. His stories have been published in numerous paying magazines and over 34 anthologies, among them an anthology of his stories, Piquant: Tales Of The Mustard Man, and The Mammoth Book Of Best British Crime and The Mammoth Book Of Best British Mystery, alongside Lee Child. He was born in London and lectured in English and American literature at the University of London. He also teaches creative writing at University and workshops. You can find out more about him at his website, where you can read a full list of his works, and where you can also read his Chin Wags At The Slaughterhouse, his highly popular and unusual interviews with other authors.

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“Dipped: An Alex Harris Mystery (Book 9)” by Elaine Macko

99¢ at time of posting! KINDLE COUNTDOWN! (Returns to $4.99 5/12/18)

Alex Harris was looking forward to a girls get-away with family and friends—nice dinners, walks on the beach, and playing games in the evenings, but then a tour of a local chocolate factory leads to the discovery of a body, and Alex realizes it’s just the thing to liven up the week—her own real-life version of Clue. While Alex and Annie interview suspects, the rest of her group play detective as well; listening in on conversations and reporting back to Alex in the evening.
At first the murder looks straightforward and Alex is certain she’ll be able to solve the crime before their week at the coast is up, but when she discovers some hidden papers, she fears the dead woman may not be the killer’s first victim—or last.

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