When Tears Ran Dry, Vivian Waring

Historical Fiction, Literature & Fiction, Military Fiction

In the mid-sixties Therrie receives a letter from an unknown soldier serving overseas. Falling hopelessly in love, she is catapulted on a course of love and adventure, unprepared for heartache and pain long after the Vietnam War is over. Plagued by heartbreaking memories, Therrie travels to South-East Asia where she is confronted with the past … Read more

Running Still, Steven Sheiner

Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery & Suspense, Thriller & Psychological Thriller

Jack Turner longs for the simple life. As a former collegiate athlete, born and raised in New York City, he’s ready for some rest and relaxation. He and his family move away from the big city, ready for a new life and a slower pace. Small town life is exactly what they’d been looking for. … Read more

Skies Over Tomorrow: Constellation, Kelly B. Johnson

Anthology, Literature & Fiction, Novella & Short Story, Science Fiction & Space Opera

The revised, e-book edition of the entertaining and astute anthology. Preluding an epic adventure, six short stories highlight the Galactic Federation of Mars as the superpower of the future and showcase life under its rule. Collectively, the stories reveal an adversity of the imagination with a looming alien invasion. Includes 28 illustrations. Kelly B. Johnson, … Read more

Simon’s Cycle Shorts: They Can Talk, You Know!, Simon A. Bever

Humor & Satire, Literature & Fiction, Novella & Short Story

Everyone can or knows someone that can ride a bicycle. Simon’s Cycle Shorts is a fascinating compendium of cycling tales as told by bicycles and gives their eyewitness perspectives on events in history and everyday life.  All the bicycles in Simon’s Cycle Shorts have a story to tell whether they be ridden by wartime spies, … Read more

If The Bed Falls In, Paul Casselle

Espionage & Conspiracy, Literature & Fiction

The world seems to be crumbling around him. Global currencies are fluctuating like mad, governments keep lying about economic recovery and the banks are just getting greedier. Tom really wishes he could do something; he feels he has no control, and recently, his vivid hallucinations have gone from being an escape to being almost real. … Read more

Rise of the Queen, Prudence MacLeod

Fantasy, Gay & Lesbian Fiction, Literature & Fiction, Myth's & Legends

For thousands of years the High Born Elves have languished in the chains of slavery, their great strength gone, their extra keen senses dulled, and their immortality broken. Somehow, in spite of their harsh master’s efforts, the royal line managed to survive. Now, with the aid of a deadly assassin, the heir is about to … Read more