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“Uplifting Children’s Book” – I Wish I Was A Brownie – by  Marsha Casper Cook 

Chippy isn’t happy with who he is and wants to be a brownie. With help from his teacher, Mrs. Chipster, he realizes he can be happy with who he is if he believes in himself. Children will not only relate to what has happened to Chippy they will be pleased as they see sad Chippy…

“A work of exceptional talent” – Marika (The Chronicles Of Tonath Book 3) by Mari Collier

Tonath is a planet in danger of being torn apart. Only one can inherit the knowledge to one day save the Tonathian people, and her name is Marika. It’s been seventeen years since her father passed. Coming of age, she inherits a cattle hold, a trust account, and many gifts. One special gift is a…

“Beautiful story of life” – Religion of Trees by Lisa L. Borm

When a child is born on Harding Street, Millicent plants a tree in the family’s yard. The babies connect on a spiritual level and are shaped into the adults they become by the comfort of their birthday trees. The old woman is rejuvenated by her Sycamores and depends on them for her survival. A bond…

“Kudos to the author once again on capturing my imagination.” – Eyes Beyond The Wall by Gary D. Henry

Meet the Calvert’s, a family both blessed and cursed since the 1600s. Their first-born’s have always been males who excel at whatever business endeavor they take on—but die young, in strange circumstances, soon after they reach the pinnacle of business success. The females born to the Calvert’s cannot bear children and die young because of…

“This is a real page-turner” – Undiscovered by Dellani Oakes

 Kent Griswald is a high powered movie executive known for his micro-managing and aggressive supervision of a movie from beginning to end. He’s not well-liked professionally or personally, so when someone puts a knife in his chest, no one is terribly surprised. However, someone also took potshots at his younger brother, Connor, who has no…

“Joel meets Courtney and finds he’s falling in love but has his reservations” – Standing on His Own (New Beginnings Book 2) by Trish Edmisten

#romanceauthor #contemporary romance #romancewriter #newadultromance When his best friend decided to join the Army after high school graduation, there was no question Joel would join too. Best friends since kindergarten, the two of them did everything together, and this was no different. A routine mission changed their lives forever. Slade ended up paralyzed while Joel…

“It kept me hooked and not wanting to stop until the end.” – Viral Dawn: (Viral Series Book 1) by Jade Lazlow

What if your world changed in a split second, destroying everything you thought you knew and thrusting you into a world where your very survival depends on every move you make, every decision, and every step you take? Every. Move. Matters. An explosion at the army depot unleashes a deadly cloud carrying a genetically engineered virus that turns people into flesh-eating…

 “Wonderful imaginative and excellent writing” – Whisper of Suffering (Dragon of Eriden Book 1) by Samantha Jacobey

#Fantasy #Magic #Dragons #Series #EpicAdventure #YoungAdult #NewAdult King Ziradon… Supreme Dragon of Eriden, he is overthrown; imprisoned in a stone fortress to watch as his kingdom is plundered by his once trusted advisor, Gwirwen. Princess Kaliwyn… Dragoness and heir to the throne of Eriden, she is cursed to human form, stripped of her memory and…

“Nate needed answers, and Dr. Fields was determined to lead him someone who could do so, flawlessly.” – Spring: Book V of the PlayNISE Series by Ryanne Anthony

#contemporary, #romance, #interracial, #multicultural, #indieauthor, #indiepromo, #authorpromo Fame, money, success… he had it all in abundance, but as he approached fifty, there were some things, he realized, that he had not achieved: a family. Thinking it was too late to find a wife and produce children, Nate attends a therapy session with Dr. Amy Fields…

“Dear Margaret is of two teenagers writing back and forth to each other during World War II” – Dear Margaret by Pamela Ackerson

#ASMSG, #iartg, #bookboost, #bynr  Dear Margaret, In a world that had gone bonkers, two friends try to keep each other grounded by writing letters to each other during WWII. Although what happened in their lives was vastly different from each other, they found a common ground, a way to keep each other sane. From mundane…

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