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To all those people who turn their noses up at self-published authors, you're missing something, guys. Don't be scared. Plunge right in and enjoy!

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Kiersten Hall

Kiersten Hall

9 December at 22:41

Thirty-five jellybeans have come together to share a sweet and thoughtful poem about kindness and inclusivity with children, ages 0 to 6 years. Join in their adventure as they celebrate their unique qualities, together and as friends. The JELLYBEANS book is sure to be a favorite among children and their families.

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Joel Thimell

Joel Thimell

7 September at 05:04


Everyone knows that Noah was the righteous man that God rescued from the Flood. And serious Bible students remember that God sent ravens to feed Elijah during a lengthy drought. But Lot? The guy who barely escaped the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah with his daughters? Why was he rescued by God? Was it just because his Uncle Abraham pleaded with God for him? Or is there more to the story?

Where Your Treasure Lies, continues the dramatic story of the calling of Abraham and Sarah into the Promised Land through the eyes of Lot, one of the most misunderstood heroes of the Bible. Many Christians think of him as a villain or a fool, at best. But the Apostle Peter called him a "righteous man" who was "tormented in his righteous soul by the lawless deeds he saw and heard."

Will God's chosen people bow to the mighty kings of Sumer, Canaan and Egypt? Will jealousy and bitterness destroy their family? Or will faith and love triumph?

Joel Thimell

Joel Thimell

26 February at 21:54

"Long Road Out of Ur was rejected by countless publishers and agents because it was "too different" and didn't "fit the formula." This is NOT your mother's Christian novel (although several mothers and grandmothers have enjoyed it): there are no Amish widows in distress rescued by "Englisher" tourists; no lonely schoolteachers drawn to the bad boy despite her mother's warnings; no perfect couples who just quote Scripture to each other whenever a problem arises.

"Long Road Out of Ur" retells the familiar story of the calling of Abraham and Sarah to the Promised Land through the voice of Lot. This is not a Sunday school version of their lives, and they are not alabaster saints. Instead, it's a lively coming-of-age adventure tale crossed with a murder mystery and a heaping helping of social satire. Think of it as something like "Huckleberry Finn" combined with "North by Northwest" but set in the Bronze Age.

Kiersten Hall

Kiersten Hall

6 December at 01:45


"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:

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

Kiersten Hall

Kiersten Hall

5 December at 04:01


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?

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

Charles D. Blanchard

Charles D. Blanchard

16 June at 14:21

Hello. My name is Charles Blanchard. I would like to introduce my latest novel, Kingdom's End, for your pleasure.

Kingdom’s End is an adventure story where the main characters are rodents. The setting is an abandoned motion picture palace from the 1920s that has been closed for thirty years and is set for demolition. It is here where the characters make their massive colony and fight to protect it.

The story deals with their struggle to survive in a dark urban landscape and the threats posed against them from both man and beast. It is exciting and complex and an easy read with strong characters and narrative that makes you feel their plight.

There are many conflicts. Among them, a plot within the colony to overthrow the aged blind leader by an ambitious ruthless soldier and a good deal of the story involves how he goes about it. Later, the plot is discovered as forces work against the perpetrator.

The rodent characters have names. The human characters interspersed in the story are nameless.

There is considerable adventure outside the colony as characters are introduced that play important roles such as the derelict rats that specialize in the placement of poison and even a fortune teller. The interaction with humans and other animals has an emotional pull that infuses the story to its conclusion as the blind leader of the entrapped colony facing the exterminators tells his subjects they must make their decision on life or death.

I have dedicated the novel to Richard Adams, whose animal themed work has been an inspiration.

Patrick Parker

Patrick Parker

6 April at 18:23

See my new 5 Star Review of War Merchant:

Reviewed by Ica Iova for Readers' Favorite

"From the first page to the last, ‭‬War Merchant is a continuous ‬suspenseful thriller.‭ ‬It kept me‭ ‬on the edge of my seat and biting my nails because I just had to know what happens next.‭ ‬This ‬intriguing ‬story ‬is set in the‭ '90s.‭ ‬With interesting, ‭‬believable ‬characters, ‭‬the story ‬flows well, ‭taking ‬you on ‬a roller-coaster ride.‭ ‬Greed, ‬corrupt ‬politics, ‬and terrorism ‬resonate very well with what goes on around the globe."

Kimberly Scott

Kimberly Scott

20 February at 23:47

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. It is available on Kindle and Nook.

Todd Weyland

Todd Weyland

12 December at 20:41

FBI agent Timothy McKeene races against time to save thousands of lives after Islamic terrorists uncover a deadly Nazi secret hidden in the forests of Argentina. BEYOND ODESSA offers a fresh spin on the Nazi ODESSA conspiracy implemented in the waning days of the Second World War. It's an old-fashioned good vs. evil story with lots of action and even a little romance. The plot is woven into actual historical events. Reader feedback is very positive with many asking when the movie is coming out.

Dani T.

Dani T.

11 November at 20:59

This is a great book! If you like jules verne, conan doyle etc. you'll like this book, 'The Alien Stone' by Barry Uglow. Classic historical fiction with a modern Alien conspiracy twist. Very well written and knowledgeable author. First in the series of The Adventures of Professor Margrave.

Drew Briney

Drew Briney

4 September at 17:54

Moon 514: Blaze and the White Griffon is a thriller paced, magic infested, post apocalyptic space opera with uncommon vision. It quickly developed a strong following and has received a strong pattern of enthusiastic reviews.

Scot Fin

Scot Fin

18 July at 19:54

Myself, pretty independent so being an independent author works. Ralph from Ralph and the Girl From Mayfair Towers, well, he has complexities from the three women in his life while trying to use his mystic gift to solve a mystery. Is he independent; up to you to decide.

Valerie Willis

Valerie Willis

1 March at 20:49

In my self-published Novel, Cedric the Demonic Knight:

Known for hunting the supernatural, no mortal man realizes Lord Cedric is one of Sorceress Morrighan’s abominations. After competing in a tournament, he is wed to a Lady of the Court, Angeline. Cedric’s senses begin to overwhelm him and he struggles to decipher his feelings; Are they a creation of his incubine bloodline or truly heartfelt emotions for the girl who has lost it all to him? He finds himself forced to choose between falling in love or continuing his suicidal quest to kill his creator. Epic battles against all manners of beasts and demons fill this story with memorable antagonists such as Morrighan and her two sisters; Romasanta the Father of Werewolves; Succubus Queen Lillith and many more. Find yourself engulfed in lores and history long forgotten from the 12th Century and beyond.

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