Tara Ahmed publishes her debut novel, “The Marriage Contract.”
Up and coming romance novel writer, Tara Ahmed has completed and published her first book; The Marriage Contract.
It’s a 338 page book, filled with modest romance and levies a nail-biting ‘love triangle’. Born in Bangladesh, raised in New York, and currently living in the UK, Tara Ahmed is a graduate of Pace University New York with a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature. Tara Ahmed is an up and coming writer of romance and young adult fiction. Tara’s debut novel, The Marriage Contract, has garnered over 35,000 reads on Wattpad, the biggest writing platform on the Web.
Worldwide – Meet Dorothy Web. Twenty two years old, and struggling to survive in the big city. Ever since she moved to New York to join a theatre program, making ends meet has been tough. While she works part time as a maid at Hotel Bellevue, one of the top five hotels in the world, she stumbles upon James Bellevue, part time heir, and full time jerk.
Upon their first meeting, it’s hate at first site for her and a curious fascination for him. To make matters worse, James offers her a proposal More >
Debut Author Brandon Zenner Releases New Psychological Thriller: “The Experiment of Dreams” – available exclusively on Amazon Kindle.
The book details a man testing a machine capable of reading and recording a person’s dreams in great detail, and the effects the experiment has upon the man’s mind. The release of the book has received an overall positive response from readers and reviewers.
The story follows lead character, Benjamin Walker, working on a project named Lucy, a machine capable of viewing a person’s dreams in intimate detail. Headed by the genius Dr. Peter Wulfric and privately funded by the elusive millionaire, Mr. Timothy Kalispell—a man with a fascination of the arts that borders on the obsessive—takes Ben all over the world, from the Louvre in Paris to the Sistine Chapel in Rome.
Along his travels, Ben meets a beautiful girl named Sophia, who might just help him overcome his crushing depression over the death of his lost love, his Emily. All is finally going well for Ben . . . until strange dreams of a town named Drapery Falls begin to plague him, and memories once hidden begin to reveal themselves. The doctors and staff onboard team Lucy More >
Eritrea native, Zekarias Kebraeb, shares four-year journey of escape from political oppression to Europe in “Paradise Denied: How I survived the Journey from Eritrea to Europe.”
In 2002, at the age of 17, Zekarias Kebraeb fled his home in Eritrea to escape his impending forced military service during the country’s war of independence. To stay would have meant abuse, torture and, possibly, his death. Kebraeb is now bravely sharing his story of what became a four-year journey to safety in Europe in Paradise Denied: How I survived the Journey from Eritrea to Europe.
“I decided to risk my life, rather than spend it in the oppression,” says Kebraeb. “For me living in Eritrea or dying on the run was the same thing.”
Kebraeb’s odyssey towards a new home included marching through the wilderness, two weeks crossing the Saharan Desert in a truck without food and far too little water, and traversing the Mediterranean Sea from Tripoli to Italy in a tiny rowboat.
While few may be published and shared, Kebraeb’s is one of millions of stories of escape.
According to the United Nations, there are 67 million refugees in the world today and More >
A Young Woman’s Fight over her Elderly Husband’s Estate and her Claim to be the Reincarnate of his First Wife Leads to a Rather Unusual and Somewhat Comical Trial to Determine Whether or Not There is Life After Death in “The Laws of Attraction” by Howard Reiss.
Krance Publishing announces the release of “The Laws of Attraction,” Howard Reiss’ third novel – now available for purchase as an e-book at Barnes & Noble, Amazon and iTunes, and in paperback at Amazon.
At 88-years old Ben Everett is killed by a loose truck tire that smashes into his windshield and his grieving family soon discovers that he has left his multi-million dollar estate to his new 24-year old wife, Susannah McCreedy. When the marriage and the will are challenged in court, Susannah claims to be the reincarnation of Ben’s first wife, Rose. This quickly hits the national wires and the small town of New City is turned into a circus with reporters, demonstrators, believers and non-believers jeering at each other across from the steps of the courthouse, and the trial takes on biblical proportions with testimony from an academic expert on reincarnation. A no nonsense judge, two zealous More >
“The Libra Game” by Hamad Jaouhari is a Tool for Smart Decision Making. The Libra Game is part of our life. Playing it is not optional; it’s part of us.
We all live our lives without knowing when a difficult decision will appear, a test that we never expect to challenge us. When the time for a decision comes, we all tend to make a guess based on our previous experience. But this option doesn’t necessarily always work, especially when the challenge is new or in an unfamiliar environment.
For this reason, it is very important to organize the elements based on the current situation and the environment to ensure that the decision is relevant.
The Libra Game provides a framework for dealing with difficult decisions.
It outlines a process to organize readers’ experience, ideas, and other elements to help them produce the best possible outcomes in relation to the current environment.
Providing this opportunity to yourself, your family, your organization, and your community will help you be confident that you did your best to produce the best possible decision. Decisions that not only impact the moment, but that could provide a better future for generations.
So why not take this More >
“White Hats… Dark Hearts” by Donach DeRoiste – This Novel Has It All: Politics, History, Satire, and … UFOs!
Who are the good guys wearing White Hats and who has the Dark Hearts?
Kurt is a God-fearing South Dakota farmer who is shocked by an encounter one day with a UFO in his wheat field. Kurt meets Kerry, a beautiful New York massage therapist on the rebound from a womanizing stockbroker, and there is instant chemistry. Kerry goes with Kurt to retrieve a strange device he picked up but left behind in his horse’s saddlebag after the UFO encounter.
When they stop for gas, Kerry realizes that the car with Florida plates in the adjoining body shop belongs to her Uncle Jim. They find him in a bar across the street, just as he faces off with three young men in a dispute over politics. Jim and his niece spend the night at Kurt’s house after Kurt gives an elderly relative, Standing Wolf, a ride home. On the way, they are waylaid by the trio from the bar, one of whom is a rapist. A mystery awaits at Kurt’s house: The device is gone, along with Kurt’s More >
Political novel suggests changes in American Government in “Achievement Motivated Leadership: Peace and Prosperity for All” by Thomas D. Darby.
Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency is pleased to announce the release of its newest title, Achievement Motivated Leadership: Peace and Prosperity for All, by author Thomas D. Darby.
Former President Paul Harvey Collins tells his life story in this intriguing political novel about totally reforming American government.
The ex-president narrates the story of his career to a biographer, beginning with his interest in government that began in high school. When he and a friend take part in a civics class trip to the state legislature, the two are disgusted with what they see. They both decide to enter politics to improve efficiency! During their careers, they reduce the number and size of local and state governments, merging departments to save money.
Removing state House of Representatives reduces costs while increasing effectiveness. Collins then improves the efficiency of the executive branch, introducing a unicameral federal government. The former president explains how senators are now elected from near equal population senate districts, making the Senate the most powerful branch of government, and the president More >
New Space Opera Novel “The Last Hero” by Nathaniel Danes Released by Solstice Publishing.
Contact with a race of pacifists convinces mankind to lay down its weapons and keep the peace. The last Medal of Honor recipient, Trent Maxwell, trades glory for the comforts of a family after the U.S. Army disbands.
All that ends when an alien menace attacks the New Earth colony, which forces a crash mobilization. Trent finds himself reactivated and traveling through space to distant worlds, in order to stop this new enemy. During the century long journey of death, love, and loss, he also deals with the law of relativity that wreaks havoc with his daughter.
“The strong emotional content is the foundation of a healthy construct of explosions and fighting. Can a book do both well? Sure. Here it is.” and “The fighting is boldly written” -- RevolutionSF.com Book Probe
About the Author:
Nathaniel Danes is a self-diagnosed sci-fi junkie and, according to his wife, has an over active imagination. Mostly blind, he writes to create universes where he has no limitations. He lives with his wife and daughter in the Washington, DC area.
Longtime lawyer and best-selling writer, Richard Lieberman, releases “Your Job & How Technology Will Change It: Surviving & Succeeding In The New Work World”
While it may be simple to see that technology is changing our world, Richard Lieberman explores how modern technology is profoundly changing the workplace and leaving no job untouched in his new book, Your Job & How Technology Will Change It: Surviving & Succeeding In The New Work World (Management Books 2000, January 15, 2015).
The book presents an easy-to-understand overview of how technology has changed and will continue to change every workplace, providing specific examples in various employment sectors. Forbes writes – and software giant SAP Business Innovations cites – that Lieberman “explains the basics and then moves on to a larger set of issues – technology won’t simply let us do the old stuff faster, it will change the nature of our jobs. That’s the key value of his book.” And those who don’t adapt, Lieberman says, should plan for early retirement.
A longtime lawyer and leading employment law and intellectual property expert, Lieberman personally realized the effects of growing More >
“Scared Courage” by Muriel Gill asks the question, “Does Modern Society Still Value Ethical Decisions?”
Raised in poverty, Neo marries a much older and wealthy businessman. Sixteen years and two children later, she discovers that her rich husband made his money illegally. After making this startling discovery, Neo is forced to make a difficult choice between honoring what she believes is morally right, and living a lavish lifestyle, provided by her husband’s money that is tainted with the blood of the innocent.
There will be dire consequences either way, not only for herself, but for her teenage children as well, one of whom is berating her for her choices. With her life in danger, Neo is forced to flee her beloved native country of South Africa and live as a fugitive under a new identity in a foreign country. Her journey to the friendly and beautiful South Carolina is one with twists and turns, yet not once does she question or regret her decision.
Neo must literally rebuild her life from scratch at a ripening age. Her new world is full of fear, trepidation, nostalgia, and sheer courage, as she slowly but surely rebuilds her life. Will her determination More >