The Eager to Play – By JMK Walkow

 

  • SHORT BUT EXCITING READ – Our novel is a total of 148 pages, making for the perfect size read to keep you locked in and engaged while also allowing you to finish in a few sittings!
  • STIMULATING FOR THE IMAGINATION – Our novel is packed with exciting action and carries the ability to introduce new readers to fantasy and science fiction!
  • GREAT COVER ART DISPLAY – Our book displays a great piece of cover art which is perfect for display on your bookshelf, center coffee table, hall shelf or even your own bedside table!
  • MALE AND FEMALE PROTAGONIST – Our novel helps teach new readers the importance of equality and team work while also keeping them excited and engaged with the storyline!
  • SATISFACTION GUARANTEED – We take great pride in developing an exciting and thoughtful new world for our new and loyal readers, innovating!

 

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Murder in Absentia by Assaph Mehr

A young man is found dead in his bed, with a look of extreme agony on his face and strange tattoos all over his body. His distraught senator father suspects a cult death, and knows who to call for discreet resolution.

Enter Felix the Fox, a professional investigator. In the business of ferreting out dark information for his clients, Felix is neither a traditional detective nor a competent magician — but something in between. Drawing on his contacts in shady elements of society and on his aborted education in the magical arts, Felix dons his toga and sets out to discover the young man’s killers.

Murder In Absentia is set in a fantasy world. The city of Egretia borrows elements from a thousand years of ancient Roman culture, from the founding of Rome to the late empire, mixed with a judicious amount of magic. This is a story of a cynical, hardboiled detective dealing with anything from daily life to the old forces roaming the world.

 

 

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Second Guessing – A Rockstar Romance by Gail Ward Olmsted

A 5 Star Readers’ Favorite!
Falling in love with a young pop singer is the last thing successful songwriter Jill Griffin ever imagined. Since the tragic end of her marriage, the 40-something single mom had all but abandoned hope for a love story of her own. Then boyband refugee Ben Fein walked into her life and stole her heart.

Jill wants to take things slow, keeping their relationship out of the glare of the media. When a dark secret from Ben’s past makes headlines, Jill begins to wonder how well she really knows him and just how far she is willing to go for a second chance at a happy ever after.

Second Guessing is the story of Jill and Ben, who are so wrong for each other they may actually be just right!

Newly published 12/18

 

 

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Clean – A Conspiracy Thriller by Tom Lytes

When police officer Peggy Whitfield receives a series of social media messages instructing her to commit murder, she is plunged into a nightmare from which there seems to be no escape. If she doesn’t obey the mysterious messenger, she herself could be killed. But if she does as she’s told, she’ll kill her estranged brother. As the bodies pile up, Peggy will have to look closely at her past relationships and work with her kind-of-honest, kind-of-boyfriend in the FBI. But can they contain CLEAN before no one is safe?

Today’s headlines are dominated by addictive iPhones, computers taking over our homes and finances, the invasion of privacy, and shadowy figures influencing our every move from afar. Clean tackles head-on one of current society’s biggest fears: what happens when we use a computer to make decisions, and the computer starts making decisions by itself?

 

 

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The Wrong Side of the Room – A Life in Music Theater by Norman Mathews

Born in the wrong town, the wrong era, and with the wrong name, Norman Mathews was forced to conjure a more enticing, if imaginary, world to better navigate the perils of childhood. In this world, he didn’t suffer from a lack of self-assurance that dashed his dreams of romance and fame. He wasn’t psychologically abused by a priest nor did he endure ludicrously funny psychotherapy over his sexuality. And he didn’t attempt suicide, nearly shattering his promising future. But in the real world, he survived all of this and more, and in his autobiography details with stark honesty and humor how Mathews’ resolve to build a meaningful life led him to the life of his dreams.

From the ashes of near-calamity rose the existence Norman Mathews always dreamed of. Beginning as a magazine editor and eventually becoming a Broadway and film dancer he worked with Barbra Streisand, Gene Kelly, Dorothy Lamour, and Michael Bennett. His star was on a consistent upward trajectory. But an injury cut short his career as a performer and forced him to seek creative fulfillment elsewhere. He reinvented himself as a pianist, composer, and playwright and as such created award-winning works for the concert stage, Tony-Award winners, and opera luminaries.

This passionate and inspirational autobiography is steeped in dark humor, celebrity gossip, and backstage intrigue. It not only shines a light onto musical theater, it goes so far as to recount the grisly murder of a Broadway conductor, provides an inside look at the embezzlement of a famed Broadway producer, and details a never-reported rehearsal row involving a famous choreographer. Mathews brings his colorful Sicilian-American family, his triumphs and heartbreaks, and his mine-strewn path to love vividly to life. This riveting drama is a paean to all late-bloomers – proof that no matter how many wrong cards you are dealt, it’s possible, with hope and tenacity, to come up with a winning hand.

 

 

 

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Freefall – A Divine Comedy by Lily Iona MacKenzie

The story of four old friends reuniting to contemplate their 60th birthdays turns into a marvelous, magical mystery tour with plenty of surprises and laughs along the way. An enchanting exploration of aging, art, philosophy, feminism, and motherhood, written with style and a heavy dose of humor. A Divine Comedy, indeed! During a four-day reunion in Whistler, B.C., Tillie Bloom, a wacky installation artist, reconnects with three women she had hung out with in the late ’50s and early ’60s. While in Whistler, secrets surface and a near death experience occurs during a hike, both of which bind the women at a deeper level.Their new intimacy prompts them to celebrate the millennium as well as their approaching sixtieth birthdays in Italy. So a few weeks later, Tillie travels to Venice to have an extended reunion with her friends. While the women assume they’re in Venice to vacation and deepen their relationships, Tillie has a hidden agenda: she intends to crash the Venice Biennale, hoping to find a larger audience for her art. Cupid’s arrows complicate her goals when she and an Italian priest fall for each other.The reflective quality of Venice’s canals also create unexpected changes in the women, causing them to turn inward. They all end up with a fresh take on themselves and their lives. Tillie, in particular, experiences a deeper understanding of herself. But will it take her on a path she’s ready to travel, and will Venice finally give her the recognition she seeks as an artist? Praise for Freefall: A Divine ComedyCan the story of four women turning sixty be called a coming-of-age novel? Because that’s what Freefall is. Part pain, part humor, part magical, and part philosophical, this is an enchanting story about old friends reuniting to try to find themselves as they struggle with thoughts on aging, religion, motherhood, men, art, and death. A delightful trip in every respect, with plenty of surprises and laughs along the way. A Divine Comedy, indeed! Yes!~ Mark Willen, author of the Jonas Hawke seriesHilarious, spiritual, and sensual, Lily Iona MacKenzie’s wonderful novel Freefall: A Divine Comedy takes you on a rollicking ride spanning three countries (San Francisco Bay Area, Whistler, B.C., Venice, Italy) and four decades. These fascinating characters will fill your imagination, defying expectations about aging, art, and what truly matters in life.~ Laurie Ann Doyle, award-winning author of World Gone Missing

 

 

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Missing in Egypt by Rita Lee Chapman

Missing in Egypt will intrigue you with its twists and turns, romance and adventure as well as its insights into Australian and Egyptian cultures. Australian Anna Davies travels to Egypt with her lover to help him search for his brother, who disappeared whilst on holiday. The Valley of the Kings, Abu Simbel and the Temple of Karnak are amongst the settings for their search. Will they be able to track him down and find him alive – or is Ramy already dead? What tragedies await Anna and Kareem as they come closer to retracing his footsteps? This fast-paced action plot will keep you guessing until the end.

 

 

 

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