Brilliant. Fearless. Unstoppable. Meet Raja Williams.
Neither the dark, tragic anti-hero nor the James Bond super-hero type, Raja uses his intuitive genius and penetrating empathy to unravel mysteries. His sixth sense for evil gives him headaches and steers him straight into trouble. It’s a good thing he has very resourceful friends. Readers have described him as “a cross between Dirk Pitt and Alex Cross.”
Raja’s partner, Vinny Moore, is a gorgeous hipster geek who prefers hacking computers to haute couture. Vinny once worked for the U.S. government until she purposely made herself more trouble than they could handle so they would cut her loose. She loves to push Raja’s buttons with the hipster lingo she is constantly picking up on the internet. Despite her teasing, Vinny is Raja’s best friend.
Esmy is singularly frustrated by the lack of pockets in women’s clothing. Living in a small Indiana college town with her librarian brother, Jake, Esmy is stuck in a rut with fixing the same crappy WiFi issues day in and day out. But meeting Loki, the mischievous trickster god of Norse legend, ignites her life like a powder-keg. This simple, seemingly innocuous encounter leads her and Jake to discover the college campus’s mysterious depths, involving voodoo priestesses, sasquatches, vampires, a Canadian with a vendetta against the Girl Scouts and much more. Soon, she learns a magical ability to have a pocket bigger than a closet, while Jake takes up some novice necromancy with ducks from a local poultry farm.
While learning their new trades and new environment, Jake and Esmy learn Loki had his own agenda in owing his freedom to an Egyptian chaos god hellbent on finding the corpse of Horus.
Looking for a strong woman to take on the Apocalypse?
Allison has a secret. Like any farm wife, she is prepared for bad storms, bad times, and bad luck. But, even her husband is unaware that she is more prepared than the average farm wife.
(But don’t ever call Allison a prepper!)
Riley and Will are motorcycle buddies on a mission to rescue Riley’s nephew who’s been kidnapped by his father.
When a solar flare throws them all together, there’s going to be problems.
The nation’s power grid has failed. Hundreds of millions are left without basic utilities, and the enemy responsible for the EMP’s detonation now wreaks havoc throughout the countryside.
After an EMP crisis shakes the foundation of North America, Greenhill, an insignificant town becomes the safe haven for a family.
In a flash, an EMP blast disables North America’s entire east coast. Separated from her husband and daughter, thirty-nine-year-old psychologist Naomi Baxter finds herself trapped on the streets of Philadelphia. The brutal February cold gnaws at her skin as she strives to reunite with her family. Having a keen understanding of the human condition, Naomi knows that she must find her daughter before anarchy consumes the city.
Disowned for marrying beneath her, Eve Kendal has returned to England destitute after her husband’s death and the mysterious disappearance of their savings. She’s looking for survival, not romance. But from London to the Yorkshire countryside to the elegant estate of Thornbrook Park, Eve’s path seems destined to cross that of the dashing but violent Captain Marcus Thorne.
For Marcus, a return home means facing the demons that drove him to war in the first place. As he and Eve begin a steamy affair, tensions that had been simmering just beneath the surface threaten to explode and shake the very foundations of Thornbrook Park.
In his long career as an English teacher at Holy Trinity High School, Michael Bishop felt that he was as good at reading people as he was at reading books. That all changes when he discovers the body of the school’s highly successful but universally disliked football coach, Albert Zappala. Even more disturbing is the news that the coach, whose net worth was in the millions, was murdered. Suddenly, everyone is a suspect, including students, colleagues, and even the Sisters who run the school. Bishop’s skill in reading people is put to the ultimate test. Like Captain Ahab searching for the answers in his pursuit of the white whale, Bishop searches into the dark past for the key that will unlock the mystery. Will the truth destroy his belief in the basic goodness of man?
To prove her love and save her man, she has to go above and beyond the call of duty.
Francis McKade is a man in lust. He’s had a crush on his best friend’s little sister for years. There’s the Bro code. Plus, being a SEAL doesn’t always work with relationships. So he’s avoided her until one little wedding dance opens his eyes. When he’s called away the next morning, he promises to come back to her.
Shannon knows she loves Kade, but when he doesn’t contact her after the mission, she’s confused. That is until her brother drags Kade into Shannon’s bar and grill. This is not the man who seduced her. He’s darker and a little more dangerous. When he pushes her to her limits in the bedroom, Shannon refuses to back down. One way or another, this military man is going to learn there is no walking away from love—not while she still has breath in her body.
In The Mind Tree, we meet Tito, a severely autistic and nearly nonverbal child who, despite these challenges, has an astonishing ability to communicate through writing. At the age of three, Tito was diagnosed with severe low-functioning autism. But his mother read to him with boundless determination, taught him to write in English, and challenged him to write his own stories. The result of their efforts is this extraordinary book—written when he was eight to eleven years old—composed of profound and startling philosophical prose and poetry.
During a New York Times interview, Tito scrawled on a yellow pad, “I need to write . . . It has become a part of me.” Tito’s story offers unique insight into autism and other neurological disabilities, and illustrates the insatiable human desire to create.
Let’s face it. If your kitchen had just one pan, one single tool to accomplish any cooking concoction you dare to dream, it should be a pretty awesome one, right? The chosen one, the golden child, the king of the ring, the one true pan to rule them all! It should be a cast-iron skillet!
Cast-iron cookware is a proven hero, never goes out of style, and cannot be destroyed despite how you feel about yourself as a home cook. In this bestselling cookbook, Howie Southworth and Greg Matza—best friends and adventurous home cooks—share one hundred recipes for cooking in a skillet on the stovetop or outdoors on a grill or campfire. Here you’ll find easy-to-follow recipes for:
Spinach and cheddar frittata
Cajun biscuits and gravy
Heavy metal pizza
Bacon fried steak
Crispy mac and cheese
In a British colony in West Africa, Henry Scobie is a pious and righteous man of modest means enlisted with securing borders. But when he’s passed over for a promotion as commissioner of police, the humiliation hits hardest for his wife, Louise. Already oppressed by the appalling climate, frustrated in a loveless marriage, and belittled by the wives of more privileged officers, Louise wants out.
Feeling responsible for her unhappiness, Henry decides against his better judgment to accept a loan from a black marketeer to secure Louise’s passage. It’s just a single indiscretion, yet for Henry it precipitates a rapid fall from grace as one moral compromise after another leads him into a web of blackmail, adultery, and murder. And for a devout man like Henry, there may be nothing left but damnation.
The Curvy Girls Club: The hilarious romcom about best friends and muffin tops (Confidence is the New Black Book 1)
Welcome to the club where size doesn’t matter…
Meet best friends Pixie, Ellie, Katie and Jane. Fed up with always struggling to lose weight, they ditch the scales and start a social club where size doesn’t matter. At the Curvy Girls Club, confidence is the new black. Soon it’s the most popular place to be – having fun instead of counting carbs – and the women suddenly find their lives changing in ways they never imagined.
But the club can’t stop real life from messing things up. Will these best friends manage to stick together through thick and thin?
You’ve read plenty of books on how to become a better writer, how to get unblocked, and how to find the muse, but you’ve never read a book like this before. Are you ready to deal with and overcome what’s been holding you back?
Have you ever felt you were meant for more as a writer, as an artist, and, as a person?
Don’t let doubt, or fear, or any person other than yourself decide whether you have a future as a writer.
Bryan Hutchinson was told by teachers he would never be a writer. As a child, he had to take a remedial reading and writing class because he could barely write a full sentence. One editor told him his book would never be published.
Richard Tiernan has been sentenced to death. With an ulterior motive and a heart full of dark truths, he agrees to tell all to an ailing writer whose greed and ambition are so strong that he will even give his own daughter to Richard in return for one last Pulitzer-winning story.
I want Cassidy Roarke. I need her. But she has to prove she’s worthy. That she can be trusted.
Cassidy’s spent her life struggling to earn her father’s respect and love. Now his health is failing, and her feelings for him are even more complex. Loyalty is a sacrifice. Daughters can be broken by their fathers. She has to help when he calls. He’s bailed Richard Tiernan out of prison just long enough to coax the shocking facts out of him. What happened that night? What did Tiernan really do to his family?
Her father will sell his soul to the Devil before he dies. So be it.
Authors Note: Though this can be read as a standalone. I strongly recommend starting from the beginning of the series. If I Break, which is free on all platforms.
Our history made things harder.
We were associates out of convenience.
We tolerated each other.
I never saw her that way.
She never saw me that way.
She and I were never meant to be friends.
You’re not supposed to fall for your best friend’s enemy, even if the enemy is YOUR ex-best friend.
One L, Scott Turow’s journal of his first year at law school introduces and a best-seller when it was first published in 1977, has gone on to become a virtual bible for prospective law students. Not only does it introduce with remarkable clarity the ideas and issues that are the stuff of legal education; it brings alive the anxiety and competiveness–with others and, even more, with oneself–that set the tone in this crucible of character building. Turow’s multidimensional delving into his protagonists’ psyches and his marvelous gift for suspense prefigure the achievements of his celebrated first novel, Presumed Innocent, one of the best-selling and most talked about books of 1987.
A Children’s Book About Beer?
Yes, believe it or not—but B Is for Beer is also a book for adults, and bear in mind that it’s the work of maverick bestselling novelist Tom Robbins, inter-nationally known for his ability to both seriously illuminate and comically entertain.
nce upon a time (right about now) there was a planet (how about this one?) whose inhabitants consumed thirty-six billion gallons of beer each year (it’s a fact, you can Google it). Among those affected, each in his or her own way, by all the bubbles, burps, and foam, was a smart, wide-eyed, adventurous kindergartner named Gracie; her distracted mommy; her insensitive dad; her non-conformist uncle; and a magical, butt-kicking intruder from a world within our world.
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