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Destined to Triumph by Julius Babyetsiza
Posted by bbytsz on Thursday, November 10, 2011 Read full article: 'Corruption in Uganda - case of the role of the citizens'
If you like to laugh, volume two 738 Reads
Posted by PisoMojado on Wednesday, November 09, 2011 Read full article: 'If you like to laugh, volume two'
Annette Monclere Speaks Out 911 Reads
Annette Monclere, the exotic dancer at the Cabaret Khartoum who was made famous in “A Lesion of Dissent”, reveals more about that time in her life.
Posted by mohanmohan on Wednesday, November 09, 2011 Read full article: 'Annette Monclere Speaks Out'
Will Tara Spencer’s mysterious pregnancy bring the world its first female messiah? Or trigger the Apocalypse?
Posted by LisaMLilly on Wednesday, November 09, 2011 Read full article: 'Thriller: The Awakening (Book 1 of The Awakening Series)'
The Bumble's End - Comedy Crime 1468 Reads
The Bumble's End by Jimmy Bain
Crime with a large dash of Black Humour.
Imagine Philip Marlowe woke up one day with the mother of all hangovers and discovered he'd been turned into a Glaswegian. And not only that but he's saddled with a partner in the shape of his devious fat friend, The Bumble. Well, that's how our Narrator feels.
After finding a dead man hanging from a door, discovering a stash of Nazi memorabilia, and surviving a run-in with a psychotic hoodlum, the Narrator is in no mood for any more nonsense. The Bumble's explanations involving the mysterious flight of Rudolph Hess to Scotland, a deceased Glasgow car dealer, and a hoard of Nazi gold just don't ring true...
The Bumble's End is a black humourous tale of greed, death and toffees in the run up to Christmas. Femmes fatales, old Nazis and a Rottweiler called Tango chase through the pages after some missing gold. Also on the trail are three unwise men watched over by a corrupt cop with a head cold.
The Season of Goodwill just doesn't get any more funpacked than this.
Posted by Pentalpha on Monday, November 07, 2011 Read full article: 'The Bumble's End - Comedy Crime'
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Posted by EHughesBooks on Monday, November 07, 2011 Read full article: 'VIDEO BOOK TRAILER FOR - Disappear, Love by E. Hughes '
Ben & Hassan is a series of 10 reception year reading books supporting the national literacy strategy, that states, children should recognize and read 45 key words by the end of the reception year. The books are designed to run parallel to the schools reading scheme.
Posted by evillittlegoat on Sunday, November 06, 2011 Read full article: 'Ben and Hassan - reception year reading books'
The Invincible Trio- Phase 1
Posted by Shelley on Saturday, November 05, 2011 Read full article: 'The Invincible Trio: Engaging fantasy e-book with strong female leads'
“The wind-goddess sent me a dream of your death. I came to save you.”
The first time Stefan hears these words, he laughs. After Emily’s warning saves his life, Stefan invites her to travel with him. He draws ever closer to the prairie woman whose lonely life as an outcast leaves her unfit for society while her gifts have forced her to interact with those she must save.
Stefan and Emily are pulled into a passionate and endearing love, but Emily is kidnapped and Stefan must use all of his wits to save her.
Posted by JeanetteRaleigh on Saturday, November 05, 2011 Read full article: 'The Healer's Dance (Ebook on Amazon $2.99)'
The Stygian Conspiracy 1759 Reads
Gideon Krieg didn't join the Earth Federal Space Marines to become a hero. He didn't know why he signed up. Maybe it was to impress the girl he was madly in love with, or maybe it was to prove to himself he was worth something. Deeper still, perhaps it was due to the woman that plagued his dreams...sometimes his nightmares. Whatever had drawn him into the war, it did not prepare him for the destiny that lay ahead.
Atom Malfunction 1073 Reads
Now available at the Amazon Kindle StoreAtom Malfunction is a bizarro Science Fiction Novella
inkpatterns 1450 Reads
"Your Personality Drives You" by Dan Jankowski
We do it virtually every day. For the typical American, it is as natural as breathing and eating. We refer, of course, to driving. Yet, we may wonder what influences us to behave the way we do when we get into a hundred cubic foot compartment mounted on a steel chassis. Why do we act the way we do when getting behind the wheel? Driving is telling! "Your Personality Drives You" is not simply about road rage. Rather, it is a unique approach to recognizing the true personality that predictably drives us while behind the wheel.
The Children of The Dragon series 458 Reads
The Children of The Dragon series of SF/vampire books by Theresa M. Moore is a chronicle of the Xosan, vampires from the planet Antellus, once human but transformed by a dragon's blood. They are stories of science fiction, fact and fantasy, myth and history, romance, tragedy and triumph; linked together by the theme of the vampire as hero.
Posted by antellus on Saturday, October 29, 2011 Read full article: 'The Children of The Dragon series'
The Mystery of Cranewood Manor 550 Reads
When a wealthy heiress goes missing, her father hires Val and Laura to search for her. The clues lead them to Maine and a mansion high up on a hill overlooking the sea. The owner, Darius Crane, is a man who dabbles in arcane mysteries and the occult, and was the last person to see her alive. But the secret of Cranewood Manor goes beyond the dark arts as Val and Laura uncover an even darker case, one involving murder, and a strange man with a secret of his own helps them to solve the mystery. Is Elizabeth Cadogan alive or dead?
Posted by antellus on Saturday, October 29, 2011 Read full article: 'The Mystery of Cranewood Manor'
Compelling Tale of Love and Loss 612 Reads
John Wheatley`s novel THE WEEPING SANDS reviewed by Deborah Grace.
THE WEEPING SANDS is available from Amazon.
Posted by JohnWheatley on Saturday, October 29, 2011 Read full article: 'Compelling Tale of Love and Loss'
This is the first book in my Darkness Unleashed series. It follows the beginning of the evil being released and those who must find a way to destroy it or send it back to the underworld. This novel is available through Amazon.com (US,UK,DE and FR) as well as Barnes and Noble and Smashwords.
Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0060E3ZXO
Posted by RGPorter on Friday, October 28, 2011 Read full article: 'Shadow of the Wolf (Darkness Unleashed Book 1) Shapeshifters, magic and demons'
Socialite series ebooks now available 499 Reads
I just released the first 4 novels in the Socialite series. The first one, Socialite 1 Book 1: Bees to Benny is only $0.99 at Kindle store. If you like the first one, try the other 3. Each book includes 2 songs integrated into the story, and I plan on releasing the music in 2012. There are also more Socialite books to come in 2012.
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Posted by martinlrenaud on Friday, October 28, 2011 Read full article: 'Socialite series ebooks now available'
11/11/11 594 Reads
click here for the e-story of 11/11/11
This is a short story you will never forget. It is an allegory that gains more meaning with each re-reading, and is still the most popular piece I have written to date. It is available at Amazon (the above link), Barnes and Noble, Apple, Diesel, and other sites for download at $.99. This e-story begins as a satire of last summer's events in our nation's capital, but concludes with several surprises, and the final line of the story, a Twilight Zone-like conclusion, changes the entire story and postulates an ominous alternate meaning for human existence. This e-story is not for the faint-of-heart, but may be a lot of fun for those who do not believe "time is like a table", who are sure we can control our own destiny.
Click here to download 11/11/11
Posted by PisoMojado on Friday, October 28, 2011
A British crime thriller all about prisons, escapes, Solihull and Benalnadena.
Posted by escapeco on Friday, October 28, 2011 Read full article: 'The Escape Company - a British crime thriller'
Sparrows 409 Reads
How I came to write SPARROWS
I saw ‘her’ on the day I visited a museum in New York City. Absentmindedly, I had turned into a semi darkened room, leaving my tour guide, and the habitual knot of fellow sightseers.
Before me, was an exhibit of stark sepia photographs depicting scenes within the Warsaw Ghetto, Poland; taken by a Nazi soldier, Sgt. Heinz Jost during the mid years of the Second World War.
Strolling between these large, wall-mounted images, I was moved by the stark reflections of suffering; small ragged children begging for food or sleeping on the sidewalks, hunched adults in doorways, their gaunt faces expressing hopelessness as they watched their loved ones become the deportation truck’s human cargo. But the most haunting image was of a young woman. She wore a summer dress and was seated on the ground, her head tilted, resting against a stone pillar. Her back faced the camera, so you could only see her slender neck and dark hair draped over one shoulder. She was quite dead, for in front of her was a waiting lime pit, a large one, where many dead souls had already been dropped.
As I stared at the photograph, I noticed other patrons pausing at the picture before moving on, but I could not leave her. In some strange way, I felt that I owed this woman something; something more than just my sympathy for the loss of her young life. A notion flashed in my mind; I wanted to give her a life, albeit a fictional one; a story began to formulate, I would call her Anna.
I have often wondered over the years why ‘Anna’s’ photograph had such an impact on me. The answer, I believe, is a summation of all the horrors depicted in those photographs on display and, of all the other violence that the Nazis wrought many decades ago.
I have called my novel Sparrows because they symbolize freedom. These tiny birds are not constrained by the shackles of man, as elements of this story refer. For example, they fly unchallenged though the tangled barbed wires of the Nazi stockades, as the condemned human prisoners watch with envy.
Books by David Ayer 417 Reads
I decided to self-publish about ten years ago after I had been very ill and nearly died. I thought that I could go on for ever sending manuscripts to publishers, just to be told that they were up to their eyes in manuscripts and couldn't look at mine at the moment.
Dark Waters 400 Reads
An epic, fantasy story filled with adventure, romance, and humour so dark it scares shadows
Egan Wey is a pirate, a scoundrel and the luckiest son of a... female canine that ever braved the ocean. A scarred past forces his mouth to the bottle and he is drawn to trouble like... well like he is drawn to the bottle. He does bad things for men who would rather not get their hands dirty, but one fateful night, in the corner of a lowlife's tavern he is offered a job by Finn Fernwick, a young priest, that will not only challenge his skills but stretch his sanity to breaking point.
What begins as a fairytale rescue quickly decays into a nightmare of epic proportion as Wey and Finn combat zombies, privateers and a psychotic, despot prince. Can two men really save the world from drowning around them? Or will they drag every sorry excuse for a scallywag into the depths with them?
Posted by L_E_Fitzpatrick on Friday, October 28, 2011
Lost Temptation 447 Reads
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In Lost Temptation, a romantic mystery rich in time and place, author Angelina Ross pulls us into the story from the first page to the last. From a passionate friendship to the dashing laird of the land, from escape attempts and lessons of the heart, this book offers it all. Heroes and villains, damsels in distress, kidnapping,love and passion...it doesn't get better than this.
Liffeyside by Eleanor Martean 563 Reads
Posted by eleanormartean on Friday, October 28, 2011 Read full article: 'Liffeyside by Eleanor Martean'
Author Glenn Langohr releases new books 438 Reads
New Books by Glenn Langohr, Roll Call and A California Pelican Bay Prison Story Series, Shines Light on the Ongoing L.A County Jail Prisoner Abuse Scandal
Posted by glennlangohr on Friday, October 28, 2011 Read full article: 'Author Glenn Langohr releases new books'
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