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“Broken in the Back Bay” by Sarah E. Stewart is a modern tale with criminal twists… Are they broken lives or is it the perfect crime?
Author and Life Coach Sarah E. Stewart, MSW, CPC, has released Broken in the Back Bay. This fictional work focuses on four, single, professional women living in Boston. Therapy begins to reveal their fears, frustrations, and secrets but a crime exposes so much more.
In her dramatic work and utilizing plenty of humor, Sarah addresses real issues many women face. The reader’s curiosity is on constant alert with all of the plot’s twists and turns.
Sarah states, “I absolutely drew on my experiences of being a single, professional woman living in Boston. I wanted to address life’s complexities in a fun and exciting way. I think most readers will either see parts of themselves or someone they know reflected in the main characters.”
Broken in the Back Bay is available on Amazon.
About the Author:
Sarah E. Stewart has spent the last twenty years working in the behavioral health-care industry. She holds a master’s degree in social work and a certification in coaching and is the owner of Sarah Stewart Consulting, LLC. More >
“Divine Wisdom and Warning: Decoded Messages from God” by Nicholas Gura Reveals Answers to Timeless Questions and Mysteries Using an Ancient Technique.
The world is full of mystery—however, by using the ancient system of Jewish numerology, Gematria, Dr. Nicholas Gura has devised an original technique that decodes hidden messages which shed new light on age-old questions. These mathematically generated messages are profound and metaphoric, and will contribute to the meaning, quality, and purpose of our lives. Dr. Gura invites readers to witness the discovery of insights that have been concealed for thousands of years. His new book, Divine Wisdom and Warning: Decoded Messages from God (Hamilton Books, Rowman and Littlefield, $19.99, Trade Paperback) was released June 26, 2015.
Gematria, a 3,200-year-old system of assigning numbers to Hebrew letters, converts Hebrew text into a number. Words and phrases with identical numerical values can then be compared, revealing hidden relationships and insights.
After 9/11, Dr. Gura used Gematria to discover that the numbers 9 and 11 were associated with disasters and tragic events throughout history. Now, he demontrates how his original technique, easily reproducible without computers, uncovers other hidden, encoded messages within the Bible and More >
Parenting Guide Shows How Children Can Cruise to Success in “Raising Genius” by Brian Avery.
All parents want their children to achieve the most they can in life.
In Raising Genius, author Brian Avery explains the methods, guidance, and strategy that worked in his family, and will help other parents set up their children for academic and career success.
Contrary to the book’s title, the road to success doesn’t require a child be a genius! Raising Genius is an intentional misnomer. Many dismiss a child’s academic and career success as the result of having a genius IQ, but this isn’t usually the case. What may be seen as “genius” is really the result of focused and applied work over time.
This book focuses on preparing children for a globally competitive economy where specific disciplines are highly rewarded. Parents taking steps to accelerate and aim a child’s academic performance is uncommon. The parents who do take action can make a huge difference.
About the Author:
Brian Avery and his wife, Marina, have three children with stunning academic credentials, each tracking toward achieving very rewarding careers. After entertaining questions about how their children performed so well, and listening to dismissals that not everyone More >
Cat Lover Tells All in Her Memoir “Cats I Have Loved” by Sara Munson Deats with Conrad Gordon Deats.
Cat lovers will applaud this wonderful tribute to the feline companions that have enriched the adult life of author Sara Munson Deats. Each of her cats was totally different, providing her with entertainment and anxiety, laughter and headaches, celebration and heartache, all the while teaching her about love and the meaning of life.
Cats I Have Loved is her ode to her 10 unforgettable furry, purry friends. Each cat is allotted a chapter that captures the colorful and varied personalities of these furry companions, while also probing the life lessons they taught her. The book also describes Sara and her husband’s struggles to aid animal welfare organizations and prevent animal abuse in their community.
Other chapters in the book are devoted to the dogs and cats from the Animal Protection League of Tampa Bay, where the author served for several years as the “Adoption Lady.” She also reminiscences about the “feral cats and the amazing birds, bunnies, and dogs that have fluttered, hopped, and trotted in and out of my life as fleeting More >
In the “Global Wicca Revolution,” Swati Prakash presents Wicca as a global spirituality that has a far-reaching significance on the future of our planet.
In the Global Wicca Revolution, the author Swati Prakash presents Wicca as a global spirituality that has a far-reaching significance on the future of our planet. Wicca is a modern spiritual movement based on the principle of Harming None while adhering to any belief or practice of one’s choice. Wicca asserts that we are all creators or witches, and we need to apply our spiritual powers with wisdom in order to live in harmony and peace, while improving our life with magick.
The religion of Wicca requires no conversion and is in alignment with paganism or native faiths that require us to embrace our ancient spiritual roots. The author clears several misconceptions regarding magick, witchcraft and Wicca while explaining in detail the Wiccan Rede and the laws of nature that are defined in Wiccan philosophy. The five elements of nature are brought to life with parallelisms based on science and spirituality both to explain the creation of our universe and the secrets of manifestation. Exercises are given in each chapter to help you More >
Have you ever looked at the bark of a tree and thought you saw a face then looked back again and the face isn’t there? Maybe it is there. Maybe trees are alive in ways we don’t understand, watching, waiting… “Living Things” by John Connors.
Tom Allenby’s second incredible adventure in the village of Rooksbourne begins when he discovers that a girl called Ellie appears to share his powers of controlling the elements- but is she a friend or a threat?
What has happened to all the birds and animals in the woods?
Who is the mysterious figure dressed in a cloak of leaves?
What power is causing violent incidents to occur at Harrow Hill School?
As the truth unfolds, Tom and his friends battle a newly awoken enemy that wants to wipe out all humans.
Mixing myth and adventure, fantasy and realism, Living Things is the exciting sequel to Elemental and the second volume of the Heart of the World series following the adventures of Tom Allenby. Tom’s destiny is to defend the world in the place around which all of the planet’s elemental energy flows.
About the Author:
For more information and resources visit www.johnconnorswriter.com
John Connors was born and lives in Liverpool More >
“Night of all Evil” by J. M. Shorney is a tense tale of Gothic horror – not for the faint-hearted.
How far would you go to protect your family?
Turning your back on the past doesn’t mean the Past has turned its back on you…
Freya Monroe used to be part of a circle that engaged in the occult, but has turned her back on it. However the circle are determined to bring her back into the fold, to use her powers for their means, including resurrecting their leader from the dead.
The group will stop at nothing to achieve their aims and Freya must call on all her resources to resist the power of evil. But will it be enough?
A tense tale of Gothic horror – not for the faint-hearted.
About the Author:
I live in Thatcham in Berkshire, and work part time in a local care home. I spend the rest of my day writing, and have published 6 books online. The inspiration for my novels comes largely from the movies I watch, and from writers such as Jack Higgins and Gerald Seymour. I love all things Irish. I listen to old country and Irish country music More >
“Willem of the Tafel” by Hans Hirschi is an epic sci-fi tale of survival, second chances, hope & undying love.
The world we know is gone. On a post apocalyptic Earth, centuries into the future, few have survived the great war. They have taken refuge deep inside a mountain. One of them, Willem, is exiled.
Struggling to survive, alone, Willem embarks on an epic journey, making a discovery that could alter the future of humanity, once again.
I received an ARC from the author and I have to say, this book is sensational. I am not a fan of futuristic fiction, and was skeptical to read it but I was not disappointed. — Claudine Clarke
This is a beautiful story of hope, survival, and it also contains the lesson to be careful who you discount as being weak, for they just might end up being the strongest out of everyone. — Bike Book Reviews
I love watching sci-fi but rarely read one. I am glad that I read this story. It is different from Hans Hirschi’s other stories so one more time he leaves me in awe of his writing style and imagination. — lily
About the Author:
Hans Martin Hirschi (b. 1967) More >
Can tabloid publisher Nicholas Beck find love and catch his wife’s killer? Find out in, “Gossip” by Clara Grace Walker.
Tabloid publisher Nicholas Beck is usually the one reporting lurid headlines and bad behavior. His wife’s murder, however, turns the tables on him, and Nick finds himself the target of a police investigation, while his name is the one making headlines.
Broken-hearted, under suspicion and determined to clear his name, Nick seeks solace in the arms of beautiful photographer Jamie Jennings. Either she will be the answer to everything wrong in his life, or the biggest mistake he’s made yet.
“Great characters and fantastic story. Well worth a read!” Kim O’Shea.
“Gossip was full-on entertainment and a fantastic read. A whole host of interesting character really made this book stand out from a lot of other whodunits I have read and I really recommend this book.” Sophie Hedley
Bestselling romantic suspense author, Clara Grace Walker, writes about fictional worlds populated with characters living out soap opera style lives. Expect sex, murder, and more than a little back-stabbing inside the pages of her books.
Her debut series, Desire Never Dies, is comprised of three books, Gratification, Gossip and Redemption, all of which have More >
A new book on one of the greatest retirement communities in the world, “Living Your Retirement Dreams and Growing Young in The Villages” by Lindsay Collier.
A new book about what is arguably one of the largest and best retirement communities in the world. It is well researched and full of information on topics like golf and other sports, clubs, health systems , lifelong learning, entertainment/eating, plants and animals, government, and places for day trips.
In the heart of Central Florida about 70 miles northwest from Orlando exists what is probably the biggest retirement community in the world, called The Villages. If you are looking for a place to live your retirement dreams, in this book you will find all the information you need to know about this wonderful opportunity. If you are currently a resident of The Villages this is the perfect information guide for you.
Written by a 10 year resident, you’ll find it very enjoyable, upbeat, informative, and fun to read. Here you will find a detailed description of the day in the life of a Villager along with the history of The Villages, its layout, amenities, governing More >