Title: Notna Author: J. D. Cunegan Genre: Urban Fantasy / Paranormal Notna brings readers a story of angels, demons, and a war for our planet with a touch of aliens and archeology in the mix. Jackson “Jack” Corbett and Cassandra Federov are both professors at Texas A&M who enjoy archeology, though thus far, they haven’t “hit… Read More Notna – Editorial Review
Title: Karl’s Diary: It’s a Dog’s Life Author: Sharon Winters Genre: Memoir Karl’s Diary: It’s a Dog’s Life by Sharon Winters shares the day-to-day life of a special and spoiled dog named Karl. Told from Karl’s point of view, each diary entry gives the reader an inside look into what it’s like… Read More Editorial Review: Karl’s Diary
Title: Yankee Girl in Dixie Author: Theresa Schimmel Genre: Historical Fiction Set in 1972 Pensacola, Florida, Yankee Girl in Dixie is a historical fiction novel that draws from the true events that occurred following mass desegregation movements in the American south. Our story takes off when two teachers are forced to confront their… Read More Yankee Girl in Dixie – Editorial Review
Title: Alpha: The Ian Ridgefield Story (Military Might Series Book 1) Author: John Henley Genre: Military Political Thriller After nine years in the US Navy, rising to the rank of Lieutenant Commander, Ian Ridgefield resigns and returns to New York to look after his ailing mother.
Title: Race into Murder Author: Karen Black Genre: Mystery When a talented racehorse becomes the catalyst for murder, leaving an innocent man’s life hanging in the balance, the ordinary lives of racehorse owners Jeff and Natalie are upended, as well as that of their friends and families.
Title: The Skinny on the Jinni Author: Gloria Lesher Genre: Paranormal Cozy Mystery In The Skinny on the Jinni, retired professor Blythe Golightly is determined to save sixteen-year-old Najia from the clutches of Najia’s father, Sheikh Rabbaani. With power, status, and wealth, Sheikh Rabbaani has always had things go his way, so when… Read More The Skinny on the Jinni – Editorial Review
Title: Red Herring Author: Leonard Di Gregorio Genre: Thriller / Suspense On New Year’s Day, Bermudian Air Flight 47 crashed into the Atlantic. Two-year-old Tina was among the 197 passengers traveling from Boston to Bermuda that day, accompanying her uncle and his girlfriend on an impromptu vacation. Hoping to take some weight off… Read More Red Herring – Editorial Review
Title: Miracle on Hammertown Road: One Man’s Fall and Salvation Author: Jim “Bubba” Bay with Mic Ruzich Genre: Biographical / Inspirational Miracle on Hammertown Road: One Man’s Fall and Salvation by Jim “Bubba” Bay (with Mic Ruzich) tells Bubba’s life story of trials and tribulations. On November 15, 2009 while walking home, Bubba moves quickly to avoid an oncoming car. Due to rainfall and erosion, the shoulder of the road is… Read More Miracle on Hammertown Road – Editorial Review
Title: Let Loose & Laugh: Priceless Stories on Navigating Life With a Sense of Humor Author: Gerry Usrey Genre: Non-fiction / Humor Let Loose & Laugh: Priceless Stories on Navigating Life with a Sense of Humor by Gerry Usrey is a collection of short, humorous, true stories. The author recounts times of failure… Read More Let Loose & Laugh – Editorial Review
Title: Hanging Girl Author: Sharron Grodzinsky Genre: Mystery / Thriller Hanging Girl by Sharron Grodzinsky follows the story of Sergeant Matt Monahan and Officer Wendy Song as they respond to a call in Coronado, California that disturbs the peaceful town: a young woman’s naked body is found hanging from a chandelier. This incident… Read More Hanging Girl – Editorial Review