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Blackrose Press

Blackrose Press

18 October at 23:33

I believe that bigotry is based on fear. Fear of not getting what one wants, fear of getting what one doesn't want, fear of The Other. Fear invariably turns to anger, and if not dealt with, hate. Hate, if left unchecked, leads to objectifying the target of one's hate. In human society, it means the target of one's hate becomes less than human, making it easier than ever to hate. Bigotry is a corruption of the soul. If left to fester and grow, bigotry, like a vicious parasite, will eventually destroy the host. That, in essence, is what the Moreva of Astoreth is about--one woman's bigotry, and how she is redeemed with the help and love of a man of the race she despises. I believe if more people would face their bigotries like the heroine in The Moreva of Astoreth, the world just might be a better place. Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble (print and ebook), Kobo, Smashwords, and many more. 5 and 4 star ratings. The reviewers say "a powerful fiction for a powerful concept," and "hard to put down."

Blackrose Press

Blackrose Press

18 October at 23:31

I have always wondered what it would really be like to be a preternatural in a hostile human society. Always hiding one's true nature, having to tell the necessary lies so as to keep from being found out. More important, would each go it alone, or would there be some kind of support system--a coven, for example--the purpose of which is the preternaturals' means of protection and survival? Preternaturals then, are strangers to human society, and given humans'predilection towards murderous xenophobia, it is no wonder that, in The Underground, preternaturals have banded into groups for support. But what if a preternatural meets an alien--the strangest stranger to society of them all? How would they react? Would they feel a kind of camaraderie? Or would they be just as xenophobic as a human? The Underground explores these themes and more. Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble (print and ebook) Kobo, Smashwords, and many more. 5 and 4 star ratings. The reviewers say "you'll either love it or you'll hate it," and "I've never read anything like this before."

Kiersten Hall

Kiersten Hall

6 December at 01:42

"I Do" is a memoir from 15+ years of shooting professional wedding videography. Imagine the stories I have to tell from being at 1,400+ weddings?

Think 'America's Funniest Wedding Videos' in book form...

If you like 'funny', you'll like "I Do"... "Supremely Entertaining!"

The "I Do" Memoir makes a great holiday, anniversary and engagement gift.

Regardless of your marital status, if you like humor, you'll like this book.

"An easy read & delightful."

"Once you pick it up, you can't put it down."

Find excerpts of "I Do" on this link: http://www.khallbooks.com/blog/

Chapters Include:
* Reception Revelry
* Who Invited Mother Nature?
* Where's Grandma?
* 'Dear Mother-in-Law To Be'

http://www.iauthor.uk.com/-i-do-15-years-of-true-stories-from-a-wedding-videographer:16237

Kiersten Hall

Kiersten Hall

5 December at 03:54

'Corner Confessions'

Meet 14 individuals who have decided to clean at least one skeleton out of their closet by confiding in a complete stranger whom they meet at a local coffee shop. Unassuming and safe with no judgments passed, learn about these secrets first hand, as if you were a fly on the wall listening in during their confession.

Everyone has a secret. What’s yours? http://www.iauthor.uk.com/corner-confessions:21774

Meet Stella ~ She'll captivate you... Literally.

http://www.khallbooks.com/blog/2016/10/8/a-glimpse-into-stellas-secret

Kimberly Scott

Kimberly Scott

20 February at 23:44

The Collection is a compilation of short stories and flash fiction. The first story, "Ms. Addie's Place" chronicles the story of Nora, a compelling character with a deep secret, who moves into a boarding house for African American women seeking to better themselves. There she meets Ms. Addie, who runs the house. With a turn of events, her secrets grow, but luckily she has Ms. Addie, who will help her protect her secret at all costs.

Living in the world of underground prostitution and balancing being a high school student is no easy task for the main character in “Kat House.” As she compare her life to her classmates, she draws from only the harsh lifestyle to which she is accustomed. Just when she thinks life could not get any better, she is faced with one last difficulty that just may break her.

These stories and a host of others will keep you turning pages in The Collection. I am looking for reviews on Amazon and Nook.

Frelisa Walker

Frelisa Walker

23 September at 22:20

Thanks for inviting me to iAuthor.

Tori Eldridge

Tori Eldridge

3 September at 20:51

EMPOWERED LIVING EXPANDED EDITION: Integrates physical and emotional protection the way that we integrate body, mind, spirit in holistic health. Tori Eldridge is an empowerment specialist, author, 5th degree black belt Ninja, and host of Empowered Living Radio.

R. Ann Humphries

R. Ann Humphries

29 July at 17:55

Now a slave must lead his masters.

Sedich : The Annals of Lusiartha tells the story of Rilan Crendu, a 16 year old boy enslaved by the military might of the Regiment. Chosen by the sedich, a centuries-old stone imbued with the power of the Creator, Rilan must lead Lusiartha's rebels in a all-or-nothing war to win freedom for his people.

E.J. Nottingwood

E.J. Nottingwood

11 July at 02:17

My book "Zenith" tells the story of Nova, a girl who is in love with the school bully...who just happens to be a girl as well.

Christine Brooks Martin

Christine Brooks Martin

29 June at 19:20

My book "Christine's Short-Shorts," is a collection of inspirational stories and poems. These "short-shorts" relate some of my experiences. And some are the result of basking in God's presence. The motive and intention for using the words "short-shorts" in my title is to get your attention. Not on me, but on an Almighty God who reveals His love, compassion and faithfulness to us in so many facets. I was not a Christian or lived for God all of my life. But after conversion, I soon realized that He had always been with me. He is always evident and ministers to me when I avail myself to watch or listen. So I offer you a look at my "short-shorts" so you might consider who an eternal God has been, is and can be in your life.

Jen Christopherson

Jen Christopherson

4 June at 03:08

In my book, Tior, Rekasha becomes an assassin to save her siblings from her parents and their new friends. She soon discovers the danger to them goes way beyond her parents, but it's too late.

Sue Batton Leonard

Sue Batton Leonard

2 June at 20:03

As an newly published author of Gift of a Lifetime: Finding Fulfilling Things in the Unexpected, I look forward to reading other works by female American authors on this site.

Donalie Beltran

Donalie Beltran

30 April at 15:46

MURDER IS A FAMILY AFFAIR is an Historical True Crime novel about my father's ancestory. It has received 37 5-STAR reviews since its release in November! Check them out - http://bit.ly/Donalie Available in paperback and Kindle. God Bless and good luck to everyone!

Mandy Crider

Mandy Crider

29 April at 15:47

In my novel, When We Meet Again, a woman comes to face her childhood love again, but when they are reunited it is under dire circumstances. Bentley has been charged with murder and Jaycee must help him. It is on sale for $.99 on Barnes and Noble and by Mandy Crider. Find me on Facebook or Twitter @mandycrider

Valerie Willis

Valerie Willis

1 March at 19:52

In my book, Cedric the Demonic Knight, Cedric must decide to devote his life to vengeance against his creator or allow himself to fall in love. Struggling against his Incubus mixed bloodline, the lines between love and lust blur putting his self control at risk...

LM Foster

LM Foster

24 February at 00:21

In my novel Two Green Keys, two young fans discover entirely more than they expected when they start poking around in the life story of dead 1960’s matinee idol Franck O’Day.

Sheila Blanchette

Sheila Blanchette

15 February at 01:20

In my latest novel, Take Me Home, join Josie Wolcott on a journey across America from the South Florida waterfront bar scene across the great American West to a trout fishing lodge in Idaho where she finds not only herself but what she was looking for. From the Northeast through Chicago and the midwest and back East to New York, she meets all sorts of interesting characters and you'll be glad you went along for the ride. ~ Sheila Blanchette

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