On the March: A Novel by Trudy Krisher

On the March: A Novel of the Women’s March on Washington by Trudy Krisher If you’re familiar with the power of #metoo and #shepersisted, you’ll understand the power of On the March: A Novel of the Women’s March on Washington. A work of Women’s Fiction that has crossover appeal in the New Adult and YA market, ON THE MARCH is about three women, all strangers, … Continue reading On the March: A Novel by Trudy Krisher

The Death of Me (Legacy Series book 1) by Carolyn M. Bowen  

The Death of Me (Legacy Series book 1) by Carolyn M. Bowen He’d rather save the Earth than exploit it. But buried bloodline secrets could force this man of peace into a life he dreads… David Jones moved to Tuscany to claim some much-needed headspace. Hoping to focus on his philanthropic efforts and find love, he vows to steer clear of his family’s underworld business. … Continue reading The Death of Me (Legacy Series book 1) by Carolyn M. Bowen  

They Called Him Marvin by Roger Stark  

They Called Him Marvin by Roger Stark is a merger between American and Japanese events during WWII, and the very human reality of one American pilot and his love letters to his wife.  The candor in their loving correspondence, and the stark reality of war, clash against each other within the pages of this book.  Like the major and minor notes being pulled from an orchestra by a master conductor, history is brought to life and the full impact of war is felt. Continue reading They Called Him Marvin by Roger Stark  

The Other Hamlet Brother by Luke Swanson

The Other Hamlet Brother by Luke Swanson  Meet Tim Hamlet, the identical twin brother of the famously melancholy Danish prince. Tim has abandoned royal life and is trying (and failing) to make it as a playwright in London. But then, tragedy rears its ugly head—King Hamlet dies, Claudius takes the throne, and young Hamlet dons an “antic disposition.” Tim charts a course for home despite his … Continue reading The Other Hamlet Brother by Luke Swanson

A Special Day: The Day Eid Met Christmas by Mahmoud Elzein

A Special Day: The Day Eid Met Christmas by Mahmoud Elzein (Author), Rania Hasan (Illustrator)  Do you believe in magic, the magic of kindness? One special year, Christmas and Eid fell on the same day. And on that special day, two girls, Eva and Aya, discovered a magical friendship through the spirit of giving. Their generous acts of kindness inspire children to think of others regardless … Continue reading A Special Day: The Day Eid Met Christmas by Mahmoud Elzein

Your Children Are Boring by Tom James

Your Children Are Boring by Tom James   Your Children Are Boring: or How Modern Parents Ruin Everything by Tom James “The funniest book of the year” Are you sick of a society that seems obsessed with children? Do you find modern parents insufferable? Your Children Are Boring is a uniquely humorous look at our culture’s obsession with children, a world where virtually every advert has … Continue reading Your Children Are Boring by Tom James