Pick up a limited print Charity Edition of Jason Pellegrini’s novel, “The Replacement,” and help raise money for CHD Research.
Throughout the remainder of May and the entirety of June, Jason Pellegrini will be selling a limited print Children’s Heart Foundation Charity edition of his debut mystery/thriller, The Replacement. A portion of profits from each book sale will be donated to the Children’s Heart Foundation for Congenital Heart Defect research.
The Replacement has been very well-received since its release earlier this year. So pick up your next exciting read, and, in the process, help raise money for an important cause!
Visit www.thereplacementpreorder.com to purchase a copy and to learn more about the promotion, the special edition of the novel, The Replacement, and the Children’s Heart Foundation!
Supplies are limited, so act now!
About The Replacement:
After a violent altercation with an infamous New York City drug lord, Patrick Sullivan believed his career in law enforcement was over. Yet, not even a year after his resignation, he finds himself back on the job. This time, a detective in the homicide unit. While battling the ghosts of his past, Patrick and his new partner, veteran detective Jonathan Hawkins, find themselves chasing a killer who is More >
Autobiography Shows There Is Redemption for the Homeless in “Angel on the Streets” by Terry Dorn.
Terry L. Dorn survived life on the streets to become a chaplain helping others. He tells his uplifting story in the powerful autobiography Angel on the Streets. His is a story of child abuse, being homeless, finding God and redemption.
“My father was German and my mother was of Jewish background. I was born in 1944 during the war with Germany. My father ran our home like a prison camp,” Terry says. He was tortured as a child and ran away from home at age 10. “At first I slept in abandoned houses, railroad freight cars, and under porches.” Terry became a gang leader and was hospitalized for mental illness several times as a teenager. “I learned from people that reached out to me that there is a Heavenly Father, not a cold-hearted God, and he cares for people like me. In the end, many street people started calling me ‘The Chaplain to the Streets.’ I spend much of my time reaching those who are thrown away and forgotten.”
He is now telling his story to bring help for today’s throwaway More >
“Beware of This False Doctrine: Of Reciting the Sinners’ Prayer for Salvation” by NngmingBongle Bapuohyele
A False Doctrine in Christianity Exposed! Learn All About Being Born Again in “Beware of This False Doctrine: Of Reciting the Sinners’ Prayer for Salvation” by NngmingBongle Bapuohyele.
Ghanaian-born male sexagenarian, NngmingBongle Bapuohyele, is the author of this very captivating book destined to shake and test the foundations of Christianity.
Set in the background of Hebrew culture of the first century and presented with a touch of holy suspense, this book vividly and insightfully teaches the doctrine of the Holy Scriptures on how one becomes born again to enter the salvation of the Almighty.
Revealed as wrong, today’s popular practice whereby the born again experience is sought through the reciting of a so-called Sinners’ Prayer after “men of God,” it teaches that one is born again only through sincere repentance from sin and baptism into the true name of the Savior.
This true name of the Hebrew-born Savior is revealed as Yahushua HaMashakhYahu, as was delivered by an angel from Heaven and not “Jesus Christ,” a popular man-made name of Greek origin believed in by almost the entire world as belonging to the Savior.
This stunning theology book inspiringly distinguishes between remission and forgiveness of sin; it lays More >
Courtship in the Jane Austen Era in “Patience Betrayed” by Olivia Andem… Mischance…Misfortune…Misdeeds.
PATIENCE HAWTHORNE, an orphan with few means, agrees to marry the titled gentleman chosen by her ambitious uncle and leaves her quiet life in the English countryside. After all, Lord Roger, son of the Marquis of Pelgrave, is one of Somerset’s most eligible bachelors.
Suddenly, life is much more than silk cloaks and dancing slippers when Patience when is caught up in a dangerous and shocking ordeal. Indeed, her engagement seems the opposite of what the starry-eyed girl of merely eight-and-ten had expected.
Worse, her wishes are ambushed by Lord Roger’s devious family at every turn. Was choosing to ignore the rumors about her fiancé’s romantic past a mistake? To prevail, she may have to accept the help of the gentleman who is the secret cause of her woes.
PATIENCE BETRAYED takes us to the Jane Austen era of candlelight and carriages where a young lady, beset by mischance, misfortune and misdeeds, struggles with the meaning of loyalty and love.
About the Author:
The best thing about my author journey so far has been hearing from a reader who says, “I loved your book, I couldn’t put it down!”
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“Easy-Happy Sexy: On the Twelfth Day” by Linden Thorp is Now Available for Kindle, Nook, iPad and other e-Readers.
The wisdom of ancient peoples is amazing! Modern man has not been very successful at organizing the world, considering the wars, conflicts, oppression, substance dependence, etc. that continue to shake civilization. In the 21st century, materialism prevails and engenders unbelievable arrogance, self-interest and dishonesty. Such arrogance is the topic of this novel, which has brought about the extermination of indigenous peoples and the wholesale repudiation of ancient wisdom, including voodoo.
Twenty-five years ago, author Linden Thorp lived briefly with Australian natives. She was involved in a project to help them move back into the Dreaming Lands, which lie in the dead centre of Australia, so they could pick up their traditional lives. When white settlers appropriated Australian territories more than 200 years ago and set about civilizing the residents, desert life was disrupted, swept away as disgusting and primitive. Young people were forced to study white education and occupations as virtual slaves, while the elderly were put on reservations and treated as redundant beings. The ancient way of life of these highly intelligent people was More >
“Make it Real” by Vuzo Adeleke, Memoir From Hell: Behind the Normalcy Lurks Child Abuse.
What long-lasting stigma and scars will remain after surviving a childhood filled with physical, mental, and sexual torture … all caused by those who should be providing protection?
How could this happen in a family with a doting father and loving mother? Despite being blessed by an almost perfect set of parents, author Vuzo Adeleke describes in her searing memoir the silent horror and the secrets of living in a house with a vicious nanny and a perverted Christian minister.
In her stunning autobiography Make It Real, the author tells her unforgettable story of how everything could go wrong in a typical middle class family, and the hidden effects that sinister people could bring upon anyone’s child.
About the Author:
Vuzo Adeleke was born and raised in Durban, South Africa. She studied education, graduated with a primary teacher’s degree, and pursued a further diploma in education specializing in school library and media science. She is currently employed as a primary school teacher head of department in the foundation phase. She lives in her hometown of Durban.
The compelling new book MAKE IT REAL (ISBN: 978-1-43491-275-6) More >
Professor, Ben Parks, Struggles With Dementia in the Compelling Novel by Nick Mann, “Forgetful.”
An organizational consultant and part-time college professor, Dr. Ben Parks is afraid he is losing his memory and may be suffering from early dementia. He is embarrassed at unexpected times in both his professional life and in his uncertain relationship with his wife Addie.
Ben is blessed with a hob-knobbing career working with corporate and government movers and shakers as they wrestle with complex strategies. But as multiple family members around him are being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, Ben wonders what’s in store for him.
Reviewer Karen Lyon of Capital Hill Rag writes, “Forgetful, a new novel by local author Nick Mann, follows Ben Parks through several years of his life as he confronts the unthinkable, while still maintaining a busy professional schedule and dealing with increasing tensions at home. As he relives incidents in his past that have led him to where he is today, he struggles with the ambiguity of his situation and the fears that threaten to overwhelm him.
Will he find the courage to deal with whatever the future holds? Can he draw on the wisdom that guides his thought-provoking seminars to forge a More >
The adventure novel, “Ndura: Son of the Forest,” by Javier Salazar Callewhich was chosen as the best young adult novel of 2014 in Spain by the Economist newspaper. It is finally available in English, translated by Pamela Daccache.
The adventure novel of the new author, Javier Salazar Calle, “Ndura. Son of the forest”, which is amongst the best sellers of adventure on Amazon Spain; reaching No.1 above sagas such as Divergent and The Hunger Games and voted best young adult fiction for 2014 in Spain, with a score of 4.7 / 5 on Amazon, it is finally available in English, translated by Pamela Daccache.
“Ndura. Son of the forest” is a novel in which the protagonist, returning from a relaxing holiday in Namibia, a typical photographic safari, is involved in an unexpected extreme survival situation when rebels in the Ituri Forest, Republic of Congo, shoot down his plane. A place where nature is not the only enemy and where survival is not the only problem. An adventure with a classic aroma, this book is the perfect escape from reality and you truly feel the anguish and despair of the protagonist at the challenge presented More >
Black Lawrence Press is pleased to announce the release of Ann Clark’s book of poetry with “1001 Facts of Prehistoric Life.”
Called “a fossil record of the collective unconscious,” 1001 Facts of Prehistoric Life is the work of a small-c creationist whose daring poems find and confound unholy, missing links between Darwinian survival and Scheherazadian untruths; between lies that bind and those that—after whatever our species or fashion—liberate us to take delight in, if not to forestall, our ineluctable demise.
With wit and with heart, Jo Ann Clark’s 1001 Facts of Prehistoric Life boldly revises the taxonomies of our personal and collective destinies. In the strata of her precise, canny poems, she entwines natural history and private life, menageries and congeries, the mythic and the quotidian, and that strong braid shimmers with genuine intelligence and urgency. This is a rich, daring debut. —Robert Farnsworth
Jo Ann Clark’s poetry is formally strenuous, hinged and re-hinged with lexical play, and it is through these exertions of language that her poems track the difficult terrains of longing and suffering. Her recent work excavates a fossil record of the collective unconscious, relying not on metaphor, but on a kind More >
Author Jed Power is pleased to announce the promotion of the third book in his Dan Marlowe/Hampton Beach, NH crime series, “Blood On Hampton Beach” by Jed Power.
Power is promoting this work just ahead of the release of the fourth book in this crime series, Honeymoon Hotel which is scheduled for release in May 2015.
There’s something tempting at Hampton Beach, something besides the sea and sand. Money and lots of it. The kind of money that brings greed, violence and murder to anyone it touches.
Just Dan Marlowe’s luck to stumble across the murdered body of Hampton Beach’s premier landlord. Now he has to find something else—her killer—and fast. Before a Hampton police detective, who thinks Dan is behind every crime on the beach, hangs the murder on Dan.
In this, the third novel in the Dan Marlowe series, Dan finds himself facing death from a cast of suspects—a right-wing radio talk show host, a shifty fireworks dealer, two bumbling beach hustlers, a shadowy marijuana syndicate and every other beach low-life the tide can throw up—all of them as crooked as his best friend Shamrock’s shillelagh. And they don’t have any qualms about using Dan for More >