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Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Thursday, November 21, 2019

all the wrong things in a man - The imPERFECT Guy by Leddy Harper

"This was a fun story with a wonderful set of characters and a very important message about life, love and friendship. It was well written and I truly enjoyed every moment in this story." Sharon, Goodreads


until the lines start to blur - With Me: A Rivers Edge Christmas Novella (Rivers Edge #5.5) by Lacey Black

"This was an awesome story. Its a new generation River Edge novella and it takes us back to the authors River Edge series and we get to revisit with all our previous favorite characters. It easily stands alone but its a fun story for those that loved that series." Sharon, Goodreads

Fyreside Publishing Sale Event

Fyreside Publishing: “So often when we first begin our writing journey, we don’t tend to focus on the important aspects of what it means to invest our time and energy into being an author. We have grandeur dreams of making our names known as the acclaimed names before us only to experience the hard dose of reality – not all of us are going to become the next Stephen King, J.K Rowling or Stephanie Meyer. As a matter of fact, that is actually very rare and requires being in the right place in the right time. The truth is, it’s okay. Don’t make it about the fame. Make it about what you love to do. Remember why you did it in the first place.” — Excerpt from “The Hardest Thing to Do Is Start“ featured on MythicalBooks


The Pleasure Your Fantasies Series by Stacy Eaton

"Wow! Mistletoe Fantasies is a great start for this new series. I’ve read all the Celebration series books to date and I’ve been looking forward to this spin-off series [...] You will enjoy and devour every page of Mistletoe Fantasies and I can guarantee you will want more. I’m so happy that this is just the beginning of a new series." Xtymom, Goodreads

Winter Wishes: A Limited-Edition Collection for Romance Lovers

A Limited-Edition Collection for Romance Lovers with stories by:
Nicole Morgan, Desiree Holt, McKayla Schutt, Kat Parrish, Erin Lee, Karen Cino, T. Elizabeth Guthrie, Carmen Fox, Abby Gordon, Shaye Harting, Breanna Hayse, Elvira Bathory, Deelylah Mullin, Krista Ames 

in the wild and unpredictable world of the Revolutionary War - The Red Pearl by Chloe Helton

"The Red Pearl is a delight. Meticulously researched, it transports the reader to the inns and backstreets of Boston in 1778. Lucy Finch’s personal tragedy spurs her on to take an active role in the revolutionary war, despite the immense danger it brings to herself, her family and friends. Ms. Helton’s characters are warm, living beings with gifts and flaws. Their relationships are altered — broken or strengthened — by the battles on distant fields and the evil of individuals closer to home." - Carrie Bedford, Author of Nobilissima

A tale of sisterhood and the supernatural - The Invisibles by Rachel Dacus

Author Dacus does a superb job bringing the village of Lerici to life, from the smells of the sea to the pungency of the local olive oil, and showing how the Italian way of life changes both women. An enjoyable, romantic read. -- Suanne Schafer, author of HUNTING THE DEVIL

Bursts of Fire (Addicted to Heaven #1) by Susan Forest

"The first book in the Addicted to Heaven series promises an exciting political fantasy with realistic representation of mental illness and addiction and is sure to entertain fans of epic adventures."—Booklist


Dangerous Game (An Armed & Dangerous/Circle of Justice Crossover Novel, #1) by L.P. Dover

For years, my family was on top.
Ruthless.
Respected.
Feared.

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

when Y E S becomes a trap - The Last Merry Go Round by C.L. Charlesworth

"This book was a real eye-opener for me and many times since I finished reading it I have found myself reflecting on parts of the story line.
It's hard-hitting, it's brutal and it will disturb you, but then this is a subject that needs confronting.
A highly recommended but challenging read." Jeff Jones, Goodreads

is the story of one man's rise to the top - Fame and Fortune Tellers by Todd Netland

"This is an interesting well-written novel about choices and the consequences of those choices. [...] Todd Netland skillfully shows the contrast between good and bad choices and that God gives each of us the free will to decide for ourselves what we choose to do in our lives; [...] This book definitely made an impression on me. I believe you will also enjoy reading this book and that you will like it as much as I do." - Bobirley, Goodreads

I met my little pixie in a coffee house - Wolf (Reed Security, #19) by Giulia Lagomarsino

18++ "This is a beautifully written story which if fun, entertaining, humorous, with crazy shenanigans, and is a steamy read. I was hooked and intrigued throughout this addictive page turner, and I highly recommend for all." Wendy, Goodreads


Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Dangerous Game (An Armed & Dangerous/Circle of Justice Crossover Novel, #1) by L.P. Dover

"okay so yeah wow. This book is amazing. [...] 
Really enjoyed reading this love story and Mafia romance!!! Keep up at amazing for L.P. Dover !!!"

A cat lady who needs a date… Wall Street Titan (Alpha Zone #1) by Anna Zaires

18++ "Wall Street Titan has all the markers of a safe, feel-good romantic comedy but with all the taut, underlying erotic tension and explosive sexual payoff readers have come to expect from an Anna Zaires’s dark romance. FLOVED it and highly recommend!" Hettie, Goodreads

secrets are what keep you alive - Skyjump (Book #1) by Anastasia Bolinder

"AMAZING!!! A great young adult novel about... SPOILERS! Seriously though, this book is incredible!!! [...] I highly recommend this book if you are looking for a great adventure read! Step into a new and exciting world if you dare!!! (Which you should.)" Meg, Goodreads

My secret is out and there’s nowhere to run - Give up the Ghost (The Nightwatch #2) by Debbie Cassidy

"This well-written, engrossing storyline will have the reader glued to the pages with anticipation and questions. [...] 
Wonderful read and I loved it. Debbie Cassidy has done it again!"

I am doomed... Traceless (Stateless, #2) by Meli Raine

"I still can't believe the words I've just read!
What a story...twists...turns..lies...deceit. I'm floored. Her writing blows me away with each new book. The feels. I get lost in her words." Trish Mint, Goodreads


nothing short of a life or death scenario - Mambo (Sultry Nights #5) by Melanie Munton



Mambo (n): a spicy, sensual dance with a high energy level, sometimes described as raunchy; characterized by a free and spontaneous style

they told her she isn’t special - The Abyss Trilogy by A.C. Ward

"I'm a sucker for love stories and this story has a bit of it all: teenage crushes, identity angst and otherworldy talents. It's an action packed story of a conflicted daughter trying to understand her destiny." Alana, Goodreads

unfortunately Christmas is coming... Tasting Her Christmas Cookies by Alina Jacobs

"The storyline is fun, cute, and filled with holiday charm. Drama, humor and plenty of emotions and steam will keep you entertained and immersed in this wonderful read." Gladys, Goodreads



the light at the end of a very dark tunnel - Alee by Nicole Loufas

"Alee is unlike anything I have read. The book is captivating, it is the emotional roller coaster that will have you bawling, angry or wanting to throw your kindle. [...] The story and plot bring forth some of the life’s most challenging life obstacles. [...] I love the development of the characters, the plot twists and turns throughout the story keeping the reader engaged." Dominique, Goodreads

Christianity in the Americas Before Columbus by Gary Bowen

Pursuant to Fray Mier’s mandate to his Mexican countrymen, we too must instruct ourselves on those early Catholic missionaries’ writings, which give historical authenticity to the ancient preaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the Americas.


A secret war... A Company of Monsters (The Sorcerers of Verdun #2) by Shami Stovall

"In tense, precise prose that skillfully conveys detailed descriptions, Stovall delivers this engrossing story of fantasy adventure with utmost precision. The Ethereal Squadron's riveting fantasy world will fuel readers' imaginations and leave them crave for the next book in the sequel." - The Prairies Book Review Praise for Ethereal Squadron:


Only time will tell - Light of Distant Suns (Children of the Glaring Dawn #1) by Lauren C. Sergeant

A merchant’s daughter with a dark destiny and a prince with deadly secrets—can they work together to save themselves and their world before it’s too late?


Monday, November 18, 2019

He’s “the one” - Unravel You (Cole Brothers, #1) by Diana A. Hicks

18++ "I couldn’t put this twisting and turning, anxiety-filled, sexy book down! My pulse was racing and I just needed to know if everyone came out the other side. By the end I was crying happy tears; happy, emotional, relieved tears. What a fantastic ride that was." - A Book Lover, Goodreads

new stories written especially for: Figments and Fragments: Dark Stories by Deborah Sheldon

"Deborah Sheldon is adept at drawing you in, writing fast, furious dialogue, making you smell and taste the landscape and the characters’ sweat, taking you on a journey with the lost, the displaced, the broken, the runaways, the misfits and the mad, who populate the pages. Many of her characters are in transition, running away from their dangerous past." Alyson R., Goodreads (5stars)

“normal” life doesn’t always mean good - Growing Roots Series by Chelsea Falin

Praise for the 'Growing Roots Series':
"a great lesson in the way life can change at any time"
"an eye-opener for teenagers and older adults alike"
"Chelsea Falin is a great story-teller. With her clear descriptions of the characters, settings and dialogue, it was not difficult for me to imagine the characters and to picture every scene." 

he will be hers and hers alone - Loving L.O.G.A.N. by Breanna Hayse

18++ "Fantastic! This book is one of those at the top of my list of favorite books of all time. OMG, it was so good that I cried. I don't want to recap the story since you can read the synopsis yourself, but I do want to say that Kym's creation of LOGAN is reflected in LOGAN's bringing Kym back to life. What a wonderful loving story. It ends with an HEA, so while you may shed a tear or more, remember that everything will work out. I'm just not saying "how"!" - Trouble, Amazon

How do things fall apart so easily? - Gifted: A Clear Security Holiday by Ainsley St Claire

"I absolutely love the whole idea of this story, [...] I’m definitely looking forward to every word Ainsley St. Claire gives us in the future. She is truly an amazing author and person in my opinion." C Grady, Goodreads

find out if she has what it takes to be a…Guardian - The Choice (Magical Beasts #1) by Geoffrey Saign

"What a story! This story is packed full of action, adventure, suspense, and mystery from the beginning to the end. [...] The storyline is original and gripping. It draws you in and you just can’t put it down until you reach the end." Darcy S., Goodreads

Let it all begin... Coldest Fire (Dominion #4) by Juliette Cross

“I’d always been Uriel, the merciful one. The benevolent. The healer. But no longer. Those parts of me had been cut out.”
“Ending Vladek would be the catalyst to bury my hatred. Once and for all.”



a dangerous turn... Freeing Eden by G.S. Kenney

A unique take on the eternal quandary of “good” versus “evil.”
— Joan D. Vinge, Hugo Award-winning author of The Snow Queen



the perfect rebound... Promises by Deana Birch

"I love a bit of banter in a romance book and this one had it by the bucket load! The witty comments and gestures between Adam and Leyla had me smiling from ear to ear."


“Truth, better to just accept it and move forward.” - Two Thousand Lines by Michelle Jester

Relationships are all like a wheel of Stockholm syndrome, from severe to mild. Like a provider, a parent or a spouse, you know somewhere deep inside yourself that they could choose to not provide a home or food for you, only they do and you are thankful and love them. It produces loyalty.” (TTL)

They told me it would be easy... (The ExtraNormal Chronicles #1) by Suzanne V. Reese

"It was the most beautiful display of diversity I’d ever seen. Even with their flaws, every single neo-human had something distinctive, something that made them who they are. I would have killed for that."


A Philosophy for a Better America - The Breathe Free Principles by Dean Galvin

The Breathe Free Principles book gives us something to agree on. It shows why good is what results from mutually beneficial interactions. Please use it in your life. 


caught in a drama - The Perils of Autumn by Rusty Blackwood

"The Perils of Autumn is my first introduction to Rusty Blackwood’s writing. Within the first few pages, I knew she had gained a new fan. This is a great read, with relatable characters and situations. I felt connected to Autumn right from the start." - Amy, Goodreads

Sunday, November 17, 2019

she is way over her head, but determined to survive - Daughter of Rage and Beauty (Berserker Academy #1) by Amy Pennza

"Well written! Fun read! I was not sure what to expect from this book, but I am glad I decided to read it. It was a fun read full of action, tragedy, love, and unexpected twists!The story takes you for an unexpected journey. You may think you know what will happen, but you have no idea." Kathy, Amazon

questions—and dread of what the answers might mean... Uncanny by Sarah Fine

"[A] gritty, terrifying and emotionally dark tale of a cold society that has stopped feeling compassion, or empathy or even being truly supportive because computers will tell all, absolving even a parent from real responsibility. [...] A read that defies being ignored or forgotten." Dianne, Goodreads


Hellfire and damnation... A Rake’s Rebellion (Rake Trilogy #3) by Cynthia Breeding

"Lord Barclay and Sarah's story was just delicious. [...] just fantastic. We got deception, confused feelings, great side characters, a possible challenge for her emotions and a dash of action! Throw in some deliciously innocent slow burn romance and I was a very happy reader." - Michelle C., Goodreads


Just another day in the life ... Warhead (Blue-Eyed Bomb #4) by Amber Lynn Natusch

Weak from lack of food and sun, he stood on shaking legs, doing all he could to appear strong in the face of an unknown enemy that had undoubtedly come to either kill or claim him. Neither was a fate he relished, but without a weapon to defend himself, either was likely if not inevitable.


magic, suspense, a badass heroine, and flirty romance... (Outling #2) by Marty Mayberry

"Fast-paced and full of quirky, fantastical creatures, this is a fun read with enough action and intrigue to keep those pages turning until the end. [...] There is romance, but this is more like a pixie dust coating on the darker magical adventure." Tonja Drecker, Goodreads

a family feud and long-buried secrets - Restless Rancher (Wild Rose Ranch #2) by Jennifer Ryan

"Jennifer Ryan not only has a great way of telling a cowboy story but this lady rocks at Romantic Suspense too. Restless Rancher is a supreme example of Ms. Ryan's incredible talent. I absolutely loved the first book in the Wild Rose Ranch series and I was so excited to get this book in my hands so that I could devour it and devour it I did! " Crystal Goodreads