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Initial post: Jun 22, 2009 7:19:01 AM PDT
Rob Crotty says:
Newly published author on Kindle? Spread the word here!

Containerized Housing Unit (CHU): a Book as Absurd as War Itself.
C-H-U: Containerized. Housing. Unit.

Posted on Dec 9, 2010 11:09:15 AM PST
The Bridge Club 8 women, 4 decades, 1 unimaginable request. The story attests to the power of friendship. Excellent book club read.

Posted on Aug 31, 2011 2:23:31 AM PDT
Cora Porter says:
My first novel came out last month and it's called South Beach Solution. Fun, sexy and lots of good food!

Enjoy and let me know if you get a chance to read it!

Cora Porter

Posted on Nov 3, 2011 10:29:20 AM PDT
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Posted on Nov 3, 2011 11:32:16 AM PDT
Hi everyone! I'm Renee Pawlish and I want to thank you for the opportunity to tell you a bit about my books.
I write the Reed Ferguson mystery series.
Book 1

This Doesn't Happen In The Movies (The Reed Ferguson Mystery Series)

A wannabe private eye with a love of film noir and detective fiction.
A rich, attractive femme fatale.
A missing husband.
A rollicking ride to a dark and daring ending.


I hope you revel in the vicarious thrills as much as I did. The plot works on all levels, the supporting cast is great, and Pawlish reveals key elements of Reeds character with light brush strokes and a master's touch.
RJ McDonnell, author of The Rock & Roll mysteries

This Doesn't Happen in the Movies isn't a typical mystery/detective story and that makes it rather refreshing...I laughed, I cringed and I enjoyed this fast-paced mystery. I look forward to reading more about Reed Ferguson's shenanigans in the future.
The Book Diva

Oh how I've missed the Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe characters that saw me with a flashlight in the dead of night flipping pages to see what happened next. Thank you Ms. Pawlish for bringing back to life this long-lost art of the detective battling against all odds and getting to the bottom of things.
Maureen with zencherry book reviews

The next book in the series, REEL ESTATE RIP-OFF, is also available.
Also check out
Nephilim Genesis of Evil
there is a Kindle edition, it did not come up in the list but it's there
Take Five

Posted on Nov 3, 2011 12:39:29 PM PDT
Sheila says:
For a quick fun read, I hope you will try the Tea series. Just 99 cents a book.

Hot Tea (The Tea Series) If you were within arm's reach of thirty, had a few dollars in the bank, and were just a little bored, what would you do? Cara O'Flynn decided to quit her job, find herself an entrepreneurial endeavor, and with the help of her sister Teagan, become wildly successful. A little cliché perhaps, but sometimes it's best to take a breath and trust the plan. The problem - Cara didn't plan for three careers in as many days. Nor did she anticipate the new guys that dropped in her lap. Worse things could happen. So, of course, the did. When you're Irish, all things, good and bad, come in threes. It's inevitable. She should have remembered not to forget that part. Cara and Teagan bring laughter, intelligence, and family tradition to every experience they encounter.

Sweet Tea (The Tea Series) - Three careers in three days is not an indication of character; how you deal with a serial killer, loss of your mom's best friend, a new guy, and the possibility that things are not going to work out as you'd planned, that is an indication of your character.

Iced Tea (Tea Series) - There are still challenges for Cara and Teagan, they have yet to solve the mysteries they find themselves trying to deal with, but with the help of the people they most love, they will move toward the answers they crave.

Green Tea (Tea Series) - There's a wedding just days away. A time to celebrate and enjoy family and tradition, but Cara keeps her distance as situations outside of her control threaten her in ways she is just beginning to recognize. Cara and Teagan finally get to the bottom of one mystery, only to find another much closer to home.

Peppermint Tea (Fifth Book in the Tea Series) With complications swirling around Cara and Teagan, a cruise to Alaska might be just the opportunity they were looking for to calm things down and reconnect. They didn't count on things changing so much while they were gone. One bad guy out of jail, another unaccounted for, and just what did their mother do with their boyfriends? Cara has always counted on Teagan to walk with her through the good and bad parts of life, but even that seems to be changing...

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The First Four - The Tea Series - All four books, in order, at a discounted price of just $3.59.

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For a very different book please check out Consequences (Lessons, The Series). Readers have told me that the characters become friends and the emotions run deep both with tears and laughter.



Posted on Nov 4, 2011 3:39:31 AM PDT
Hi i have a paranormall series published on Kindle -

The Wolf With The Silver Smile (The Silver Series)
The Kiss of a Vampire, the Heart of a Wolf (The Silver Series)

Posted on Nov 4, 2011 4:43:44 AM PDT
1923: A Memoir Lies and Testaments 99 cents

It's a personal as well as a social history. Smith has the knack of bringing the times to life in a way that few writers can manage. It's the ability to tell a story, the knowledge of when to move on & not labour a point.--The Bookbag

1923 is a book that succeeds in two ways with ease, both as a personal memoir of a life lived in a volatile age and as a record of that age for all time. --The Current Reader

"1923" is uplifting and highly recommended. --Midwest Book Review

1923: A Memoir is a protest against social injustice, corruption, war, famine, poverty, and societies blinded by greed. More importantly, it is the story of hope and the notion that anything can be overcome if desired. --The Publishing Guru
Product Description
To say that Harry Smith was born under an unlucky star would be an understatement. Born in England in 1923, Smith chronicles the tragic story of his early life in this first volume of his memoirs. He presents his family's early history-their misfortunes and their experiences of enduring betrayal, inhumane poverty, infidelity, and abandonment.

1923: A Memoir presents the story of a life lyrically described, capturing a time both before and during World War II when personal survival was dependent upon luck and guile. During this time, failure insured either a trip to the workhouse or burial in a common grave. Brutally honest, Smith's story plummets to the depths of tragedy and flies up to the summit of mirth and wonder, portraying real people in an uncompromising, unflinching voice.

1923: A Memoir tells of a time and place when life, full of raw emotion, was never so real.

Posted on Nov 4, 2011 6:55:29 AM PDT
David Paul says:
Nocturnalshould be on Kindle by the 14th or 15th of this month! This is the vampire book that vampire and horror lovers have been waiting for!

Posted on Nov 4, 2011 3:52:04 PM PDT
Roger Weston says:
1. The Golden Catch
#6 in UK Kindle Store > Books > Fiction > Men's Adventure

Customer review:
"This is one of the best books I have read all year, and I couldn't put it down...if you like Clive Cussler, Matthew Reilly or Daniel Silva you will like this book, it had me gripped from page one and the ending is truly exciting."

2. The Assassin's Wife
#17 in UK Books > Crime, Thrillers & Mystery > Political

Customer review:
"This book grabbed me with the first sentence. It was adventure filled and thrilling."

Only 99¢ on Kindle!

Posted on Nov 4, 2011 4:14:12 PM PDT
[Deleted by Amazon on Dec 29, 2014 4:46:57 PM PST]

Posted on Nov 5, 2011 10:45:08 AM PDT
DEADLINE ($2.01 on Kindle, $19.95 paperback)) is a suspense thriller set over a 24-hour period in the Toronto Daily Express. It follows four central characters in Toronto and Afghanistan as they cope with both personal and professional deadlines in their lives.

A serial killer -- The Wolfman - prowls the streets of Toronto kidnapping young professional women, then targets feisty, independent crime reporter Katie Cannon who has been writing about his rampage.
Trevor Trevanian, a foreign correspondent in Afghanistan, is abducted by al-Qaida and taken on a perilous journey to Pakistan to face an uncertain fate.

Andrew Chase, dynamic publisher and owner of the Toronto Daily Express, faces financial disaster and desperately needs money to keep the newspaper afloat. He also faces a crisis in a secretive romance.

Braden Young, managing editor of the Daily Express, is an American journalist brought in to boost the newspaper's flagging circulation, but receives a surprise visit from his estranged daughter bringing him a personal dilemma.

Six 5-star reviews, two 4-star:
What some reviewers say about DEADLINE:

"A truly remarkable debut by this author. The novel has elements of romance, mystery, suspense, a father, daughter relationship gone awry, political corruption, all woven expertly together, to come together in a satisfying and exciting climax." - Joan Hall Hovey (New Brunswick, Canada), Author, Night Corridor and four other suspense novels,

`Non-stop action and thrill a minute." - Arthur J. Levine, (New York, NY) author of Johnny Oops,

"Stark, vivid, black and white newspaper thriller. Really excellent. Very engaging....." - Barry Eysman, (Tennessee) author of Dancers in the Sky,

"This author skillfully combines several sub-plots, weaving them together to paint a picture of the hectic, crime-filled life of the staff on a major daily newspaper. Alternating chapters keep one turning the pages, eager to find out what happens next to the key characters. . ." - Sarah A. Blane (United Kingdom), author of The Widow's Revenge,


Posted on Nov 5, 2011 11:34:49 AM PDT
Jon Olson says:
Sit up! Hey!

The Petoskey Stone

Publishers Weekly said:

Hotshot investigative reporter Steve Flaherty takes on a powerful real estate developer, corrupt politicians, and an ill-tempered city editor who hates his guts in this tightly plotted crime fiction novel set in a mid-size Michigan city.

Two construction workers who specialize in high-rise welding have plummeted to their deaths in a gruesome crane accident at the city's almost-completed sports stadium and within minutes there are rumors that someone on the work site knew the enormous crane was going to fall. Flaherty, ordered to stay away from the breaking story by editors who felt his previous coverage of the stadium developer had been too critical, protests and is suspended from his job. He nevertheless races to the scene, and is grudgingly reinstated based on the authoritative story he calls in. The fast-paced plot follows Flaherty's investigation into the two deaths and into the odd behavior of two other construction workers who, after witnessing the crane collapse, got in their truck and fled home to Wyoming.

Flaherty's style is a mix of shrewd, gutsy reporting and horrendously bad career moves and personal gaffes (pursued by a female reporter who finally gets him into her bed, he ham-handedly extricates himself from the fling, only to learn that she's been promoted - to be his editor). Flaherty's constant whiny self-deprecation and social cluelessness make him a hard protagonist to warm up to, but the story - trim and taut and filled with strong, memorable characters - never lets you down.

Posted on Nov 5, 2011 12:03:17 PM PDT
Dragon Land: Two Dragon Brothers # 1: The Beginning
Redclaws, a Vampire dragon, steals two of the three eggs of a pair of Amphibian dragons. She successfully converts one of them into a Vampire dragon egg, while the other is accidentally killed.
Splashsail and Flowerwater, the parents of the eggs, move to a different forest to protect their last egg. Out of this egg hatches an adventurous young Amphibian named Waveripple.
Waveripple soon meets two other hatchlings, and the three of them discover that something is wrong in the forest. Dragons are disappearing without a trace. Waveripple and his friends try to figure out what is happening to them-before any other dragon goes missing.
Meanwhile, the stolen egg had also hatched, into a Vampire named Whiteswirl. Whiteswirl finds a cavern that he is content to spend most of his time in, but dragons are discovering his kills. He must always be careful not to be noticed, because every dragon would kill a Vampire on sight.
Price: $2.99
Also available as a paperback book for $7.00.

Posted on Nov 5, 2011 12:05:45 PM PDT
His fingerprints are on the bedroom door of the murder victim. He has no memory of her at all.

The Gap

Posted on Nov 6, 2011 4:43:12 AM PST
The Barley Hole Chronicles $1.50

Barley Hole was for my great grandfather Canaan, the land of milk and honey. For my father, it was paradise lost and for my mother, Barley Hole was a curse. It was a place that haunted her spirit and her soul throughout her life. To me, Barley Hole is a name forever etched on the map of my family's heart; it is where betrayal and injustice nearly thrust us into oblivion.
The Barley Hole Chronicles are an odyssey of the human spirit that stretch across time and geography to incorporate, diverse personalities, personal hardships, World Wars and the struggle for peace and love, in a society fallen from grace. These Chronicles document one Yorkshire family's decent into the wilderness of poverty and hunger. It is a personal record of one young man's struggle to survive the great depression, the Second World War and the hazards and wonders of life in post war Germany. The Barley Hole Chronicles are a summation of two memoirs by Harry Leslie Smith 1923 and Hamburg 1947. The Barley Hole Chronicles are a true account of a time and place when life, full of raw emotion, was never so real. It is also a social history of the 20th century at its bloodiest and deadliest time.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 6, 2011 7:06:22 AM PST
ANN SELF says:
The massive hayloft is breathing. An audible huffing, as air currents shift and make their way in and out of the huge old barn. A Carpenter Gothic barn notable for its steep gables and fanciful detail. Long-dead workmen had no intent to create a building perfect for lurking and stalking. Perfect for murder...
Romantic mystery/thriller series situated on a lavish, nineteenth century estate in New England. A wealthy family has moved into the mansion. High-dollar show horses now inhabit the huge barn, along with a host of characters-elite owners, fancy coaches and trainers, working stiffs who clean stalls and groom pricey horseflesh. One of them is a killer.
Three large books (over 100,000 words each) available in paperback and kindle.
Something Most Deadly , SOMETHING VERY GHOSTLY , Something Most Evil . SOMETHING OF THE SPIDER out in 2012.

Posted on Nov 6, 2011 10:50:04 AM PST
SIRIUS says:
Bending the Boyne: A Novel of Ancient Ireland

Why were the great Boyne passage mounds abandoned around 2200 BCE? Who were the first "Celts" ?

"...a fascinating account of what happened to the residents of the once-isolated island at the beginning of the Bronze Age. " Historical Novel Society review, November 2011.

Excellent reviews, AND Winner, Next Generation Award 2011, historical fiction.

...Thought-provoking and entertaining.
--The Irish News, June 2011

...Bending the Boyne is a masterful weaving of myth, prehistory, and modern reality that reads faultlessly.
--Nancy Lorraine, Senior Reviewer, MBR Bookwatch

Bending the Boyne: A Novel of Ancient Ireland explores the clash of cultures when bronze-using warrriors arrive in ancient Eire. A totally fresh look at ancient Ireland.
Based on new theories of the origins of Celts, this fiction shows the paradigm shift.
As Yeats said, set your head on fire.

Quality paperback 350 pp, and new on Kindle and Nook at $2.99

Posted on Nov 7, 2011 2:59:49 AM PST
Tim Greaton says:
Good morning, all. I woke to find a new review kicking around...

5.0 out of 5 stars Under-Heaven (GMTA REVIEW), November 6, 2011

By Kitty Bullard "Great Minds Think Aloud Litera... (North Carolina) - See all my reviewsThis review is from: Under-Heaven (Kindle Edition)


It's two o'clock in the morning here and I just finished Tim Greaton's novel "Under Heaven." I could not go to bed until I wrote this review and you will soon understand why. There is so much emotion in this book that you can't help but feel it in the depths of your soul.

Perhaps it's that the story has so much to do with children and the tragic demise of young Nate, or perhaps it's simply the spiritual elements that have just the right amount of religious undertones to truly make you think... and wonder. What happens to little Nate makes you feel a mixture of hurt, sadness, and anger at a whole new kind of prejudice that a lot of us likely never even knew existed. But, the part that brings the wonder is watching his story in "Under-Heaven" develop alongside that of another young boy named Jesse.

By the time you get to the end you won't believe the connection the two share and as much as you try to figure it out you never will. I loved this novel and urge you to read it. It's a beautifully written story with a cinematic quality you can see play out perfectly in your mind's-eye. Frustrations will form as you try hard to figure out what the two stories have in common, but it's the good kind of frustration that keeps you riveted to the book until the very end.

I give it 5 Ravens!

Kitty Bullard / Great Minds Think Aloud / [...]

Posted on Nov 7, 2011 4:45:53 AM PST
jezzadarlo says:
I have two books on kindle, both of which were the most enormous fun to write, and according to my nephews (I know - breaking the rules, mentioning family who like the books!!) a romping good yarn. My words. Not theirs. Their language is a little more ... earthily descriptive, shall we say!

The first book is The Glass Apple
For orphans Jason, Kylie and Anna, magic was not a word that featured largely in their lives. At least, not until their american grandfather took them in. A comical old man with a name to match. Ethelbert Gobswistle. A magical campervan called Edsel transports them up to Yorkshire, where, in a bungalow called Cookiecrumb, they meet Gobswistle's friend, a black plastic Christmas Fairy called Etain. Rambunctious, authoritative and opinionated, she brooks no nonsense from either the children or the old man. And gradually, the small group becomes a family. But an ancient mythical witch, The Medb, pursues the old man and his family. She seeks his source of magic, the Anguinum, a powerful crystal carved to resemble a green glass apple shaped bowl. As they flee from her wrath, they seek the help of the Gwyllion, ancient fairies, who tell them they need three magical books in order to stop the ancient witch. But the books are hidden in the past. . .

The second is Spider'S Web (The Glass Apple)
Kidnapped by Blashie, Jason is being taken to Lord Huddour. But before he can be delivered to the waiting sorcerer, he is rescued by a surprising, and even more dangerous, figure. Kylie, Gobswistle and Etain are plunged into battle once again, and the young Changeling must come to terms with her new identity, or more than just she will pay the price. Eigyr brings the scroll before the king. It seems the scroll contains Jason's final visions of the invasion of Kilneuair. But is the scroll from Jason, or is it a ploy of Jason's kidnappers to trick the townsfolk? The struggle for the answer drives a rift between King and Druid, and Myrrdin falls from grace. And the plan for Kilneuair's defence falls into jeopardy. As Alban Eiler draws ever closer, the confrontations between townsfolk and Vikings and between the children of prophecy and Huddour finally arrive. And what has become of the Medb?

Hope you enjoy!

Posted on Nov 19, 2011 12:34:44 PM PST
Hi Everyone, I'm just introducing my Adventure/Science Fiction Young Adult Series for anyone interested in checking the links. I've presented to 5th graders to 8th grade and they seem to love the series, as well as adults. Hard copies and ALSO KINDLE. Original drawings lots of fun too. Just finished book four, to be published soon... Happy Holidays everyone! Brad Blake
Blue Third - Citlalli and The Destroyer
Blue Third- The Cocoa War
Blue Third - Chasing Time (Volume 3)

Posted on Nov 19, 2011 12:43:42 PM PST
Kevin George says:
North Pole Challenge

Imagine Santa Claus as a reclusive loner with a secret... Rudolph as an egotistical prima donna... the elves as cruel party animals... This is the world that Flea is thrust into when he learns that he's an elf. Everyone at the North Pole is afraid of change, especially since his sudden appearance could lead to a war with an enemy of epic proportions, another familiar Christmas name with a story not yet told... The North Pole Challenge is only $0.99 and was a winner in the 2010 NY Book Festival... Christmas is coming up fast but it might be the last one unless Flea can stop a war between the Poles... The North Pole Challenge (Flea's Five Christmases Book 1)

FREE copy available on Smashwords

Posted on Nov 21, 2011 8:08:59 AM PST
Breathless (The Cordelia Chronicles) -- 99 cents
When tall, dark, and mysterious Chaseyn Lear arrives in the small town of Evergreen, Colorado, high school senior Lia Jameson's life is turned upside-down. An unexpected twist of fate unravels a long-time family curse that puts Lia in the center of a supernatural drama and threatens her life.

Wanderlust (The Cordelia Chronicles) -- $2.99
Lia Jameson is excited to embark on the journey of a lifetime with her best friend, Addie, and the jock who's out to make her his own, Eli. There's just one catch. Alexei is no longer the only vampire eager to get his fangs on her. With Chaseyn out of the picture, Lia must try to keep Addie in the dark about her dangerous secret, while a bevy of new undead allies make every effort to help Lia journey across the European continent unscathed. Will she escape the evil clutches of Alexei? Will she return to Chaseyn? All of these answers and more can be found in the pages of Wanderlust.

Posted on Nov 21, 2011 2:23:36 PM PST
David Paul says:
Nocturnal is finally available for Kindle formats! Please check it out!


Posted on Nov 22, 2011 8:33:56 AM PST
The Chronicles Of Jenson Quest - The Rise Of Va'kaar $0.99 (Now Reduced!)
See the book trailer

With 4 & 5 Star reviews on Amazon (US & UK) and a 9/10 local press rating, The Rise Of Va'kaar is the first instalment of a new space opera/science fiction adventure series for Young Adults and General sci-fi readers.

5 Stars
I have just finished The Chronicles of Jenson Quest-The Rise of Va'kaar.
This was a great, fun read! The villain, Va'kaar, is truly evil and will do anything...including destroy his own people, to fulfil his nefarious schemes. Although there are plenty of bloody battles, and space craft war manoeuvers, the spirit of the piece is joyful and filled with hope...

...If you want to read a book with excellent visuals, twists and turns, and well drawn battle sequences try Jensen Quest! You won't be sorry!

5 Stars
Not being a science fiction fan, I was cautious about buying this book. The sample, however, grabbed my attention. Something about the way in which J. Bryden Lloyd wrote, intrigued me.
I just finished the book and have to say, I loved it. It was a fresh twist on beings from other worlds, space travel, friendship, and good old plain evil...

...I can't wait for the sequel, and highly recommend this book.

4 Stars
This is an engaging little space opera (a contradiction?) that has shades of Ender's Game and Star Wars sprinkled throughout. It's much more light-hearted than the aformentioned Orson Scott Card novel, but it still carries some notable narrative "weight" that makes it hard to put down.

4 Stars
I like how Lloyd dealt with Jenson's growing up: even though Jenson turns out to be a wunderkind Wing Commander, he still must learn to lead his family, learn to trust aliens, and learn to say goodbye all over again.

It seems this is a series, and I look forward to more Jenson Quest adventures.

9 out of 10 - Phil Jones (Local Press Review)
"I selected this work as I had seen a few short works by this author and I was not disappointed. As the opening part of a series, and a long book to boot, I was expecting a lot of meaningless technology and one huge punch-up at the end where this set of bad guys bite the dust. How wrong was I?

I found a well written work with powerful humour and a nice descriptive style throughout. I should admit now that I liked the bad guys as much as the good guys, so well thought out were they and everything flowed nicely from start to finish.

There were little touches of fun all the way through, but these never took anything away from a good story line and some impressive writing.

If this is a sample of what this series has to offer I highly recommend it to all science fiction readers. Superbly written with an excellent plot and strong characters. I will be looking out for the next instalment."


Jenson Quest III, is a 17 year old descendent of his grandfather, Jenson Quest Senior and his father, Jenson Quest II. Both are former test pilots for the RAF and private corporations.

Now aging beyond his years, Jenson Quest Senior lives in the nursing home run by his daughter, Maggs, whom the younger Jenson has lived with since his father's disappearance many years before.

Unfortunately for the grandson, the grandfather is on the verge of senility, as he continues to tell tales about great battles in space, and his efforts to protect the many 'human realms' that are spread throughout the galaxy... or is he the senile old fool everyone takes him to be?

Young Jenson is suddenly forced to decide whether he really believes the old man; a decision with involves him stepping forward in the place of his aging grandfather and missing father to take his part in the defence of all the human realms spread throughout the universe.

Soon, Jenson is undergoing training and meeting up with the most unexpected of allies in his new life, fighting alongside humans from over a hundred other worlds in The Great Drak; the special forces of the realms who defend the whole human race against the threats of the wider universe.

Against them stands the Zyll Swarm and their new Vuron Super Weapon, which has the power to wipe out an entire world. Stolen by a fanatic Zyll commander, the weapon could tip the balance that has existed for many years because of the hard work of the Keepers. Va'kaar, through murder and treachery, takes the weapon and the huge ship that houses it, and now it will fall to Jenson and the Great Drak to stand in his way and put an end to his plans.
The Chronicles Of Jenson Quest - The Rise Of Va'kaar $0.99 (Now Reduced!)
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