Debut Book, Holli Spauding … The first of many Best Sellers!!!

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Debut Book, Holli Spauding ... The first of many Best Sellers!!!

Alive [Kindle Edition]

Seventeen year old Abigail McCarthy has had anything but an easy life. Struggling with the sudden death of her father, and an addict for a mother, she was forced at a young age to take care of not only herself, but her mother as well. She has grown up keeping her feelings locked away, and hidden deep within her. She tries to put up a good front with her punk rock style, confident attitude, and care free spirit, but inside she’s struggling to keep her head above water.
When Adam Alexander bulldozes his way into her life, despite her best efforts to keep him out, she finds herself falling for the one boy who could truly break her already fragile heart. He becomes her one ray of sunlight in a sea of darkness. But when dark secrets, and an even darker past threaten to surface, will the…

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Sometimes Survival is just hanging on….

Sometimes Survival is just hanging on....

Kellie’s Diary: Decay of Innocence [Kindle Edition]
Thomas Jenner (Author), Angeline Perkins (Author)

A series of diary entries through the eyes of a little girl as she tries to survive the end of the world.

(Due to reader demand, this is the novel version of Parts 1-3 of the best-selling horror and zombie graphic novel series “Kellie’s Diary,” with 3 additional short stories not originally in the graphic novels.)

“Surrealistic and haunting, this story gets under the skin like a virulent infection… Jenner’s slightly twisted yet subtle narrative as seen through Kellie’s innocent eyes is compelling…” – George Wier, Mystery Author

“Be prepared… it is quite sad seeing all the death and destruction through a child’s eyes, but I’m telling you it is worth it in the end.” – Blood, Sweat & Books

“The simple style this story is presented in sometimes tricks you into taking it at face value; but it’s the reading between the lines that gives you the full sense of horror in the world around the main character.” – Amazon Reviewer “zombie”

This book is entirely from the viewpoint of a little girl writing to her diary. You meet Kellie, a bright and inquisitive young girl living the typical suburban life with her family; she goes to school, complains about lunch, and thinks boys are gross. She also writes daily entries into her diary, whom she calls “Barbie.” However, her world is turned upside down when a strange illness takes over the city. During a massive outbreak, Kellie finds herself completely alone and stranded at school. She must find her way out and figure out how to get home, braving the dangers of the “monsters” that have taken over… all the while telling “Barbie” what is going on and what she’s thinking.

Follow Kellie’s journey as she ventures out into the world, braving dangers of all kinds, both natural and unnatural, expected and surprising. She must learn to survive based on her own wits, and she will also learn which instincts she should trust.

Ready for a heart-pounding thriller for your Memorial day weekend…Here it is!

Ready for a heart-pounding thriller for your Memorial day weekend...Here it is!

After the Virus [Kindle Edition]
Meghan Ciana Doidge (Author)
(53 customer reviews)

“Deftly mixing post-apocalyptic survivor thriller tropes with a wickedly morbid sense of humor, Meghan Ciana Doidge’s “After the Virus” manages to be both the funniest and most kick-ass action/adventure narrative I’ve read in ages.”
– Scott F Gray, After The Virus – Amazon Review

“There are worse things than Zombies and they walk by us everyday.”
– Mark McLeod, After The Virus, Amazon Review

A “final show-down with an evil expertly crafted to make you wince and shudder.”
– R. Jones, After The Virus, Amazon Review

After the virus decimates 99.9% of the world’s population, and all traces of humanity along with it, Rhiannon and Will are forced to move beyond their past fame, fortune, and personal demons to rescue a mute girl from the clutches of two warring cults.
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“Waking up was never a good idea, and this morning she had momentarily thought she was…before, before them, before this life. If this was what it was to survive the virus, she didn’t much like it, but the alternative, killing herself, seemed cheap and easy.
–Rhiannon, Chapter One, AFTER THE VIRUS

First book of an action packed trilogy…Chris Ward is an Amazing Writer!

First book of an action packed trilogy...Chris Ward is an Amazing Writer!

The Tube Riders (The Tube Riders Trilogy #1) [Kindle Edition]
Chris Ward (Author) (69 customer reviews)

Beneath the dark streets of London they played a dangerous game with trains. Now it is their only chance for survival…

Britain in 2075 is a dangerous place. A man known only as the Governor rules the country with an iron hand, but within the towering perimeter walls of London Greater Urban Area anarchy spreads unchecked through the streets.

In the abandoned London Underground station of St. Cannerwells, a group of misfits calling themselves the Tube Riders seek to forget the chaos by playing a dangerous game with trains. Marta is their leader, a girl haunted by her brother’s disappearance. Of the others, Paul lives only to protect his little brother Owen, while Simon is trying to hold on to his relationship with Jess, daughter of a government official. Guarding them all is Switch, a man with a flickering eye and a faster knife, who cares only about preserving the legacy of the Tube Riders. Together, they are family.

Everything changes the day they are attacked by a rival gang. While escaping, they witness an event that could bring war down on Mega Britain. Suddenly they are fleeing for their lives, pursued not only by their rivals, but by the brutal Department of Civil Affairs, government killing machines known as Huntsmen, and finally by the inhuman Governor himself.

Excerpt from The Tube Riders (Chapter One)

“As the others said their goodbyes and left, Marta stood for a moment, looking out across the park towards the huge elevated highway overpass that rose above the city to the south. Half finished, it arched up out of the terraces and housing blocks to the east, rising steadily to a height of five hundred feet. There, at the point where it should have begun its gradual decent to the west, it just ended, sawn off, amputated.

Years ago, she remembered her father standing here with her, telling her about the future. Things had been better then. She’d still been going to school, still believed the world was good, still had dreams about getting a good job like a lawyer or an architect and hadn’t started to do the deplorable things that made her wake up shivering, just to get food or the items she needed to survive.

He had taken her hand and given it a little squeeze. She still remembered the warmth of his skin, the strength and assurance in those fingers. With his other arm he had pointed up at the overpass, in those days busy with scaffolding, cranes and ant-like construction workers, and told her how one day they would take their car, and drive right up over it and out of the city. The government was going to open up London Greater Urban Area again, he said. Let the city people out, and the people from the Greater Forest Areas back in. The smoggy, grey skies of London GUA would clear, the sirens would stop wailing all night, and people would be able to take the chains and the deadlocks off their doors. She remembered how happy she’d felt with her father’s arms around her, holding her close, protecting her.

But something had happened. She didn’t know everything – no one did – but things had changed. The government hadn’t done any of those things. The construction stopped, the skies remained grey, and life got even worse. Riots waited around every street corner. People disappeared without warning amid tearful rumours that the Huntsmen were set to return.

Marta sighed, biting her lip. Her parents and her brother were gone. Marta was just twenty-one, but St. Cannerwells Park was the closest she would ever get to seeing the countryside, and the euphoria of tube riding was the closest she would ever get to happiness.

She gripped the fence with both hands and gritted her teeth, trying not to cry. She was tough. She had adjusted to Mega Britain’s harshness, was accustomed to looking after herself, but just sometimes, life became too much to bear.

As the rain began to get heavier, tears pressed from her eyes and rolled down her cheeks.”

The Tube Riders – a novel of 516

No matter your darkest fear, faith overcomes!

No matter your darkest fear, faith overcomes!

Daughter of Llathe: A Tale of the Two Rings (Tales of the Two Rings) [Kindle Edition]
Ben Cassidy (Author)

When Wayfinder Nali is dispatched to the isolated village of Veel’na in the rainforest lowlands of the planet Llathe, she soon discovers that her task is larger than she thought. A dark terror is killing the people of Veel’na one-by-one during the Long Night, and there is no help coming until daybreak several weeks away.

As Nali races to find out exactly what is responsible for these deaths and stop it, she faces rising tension from the captain of the town’s mercenary guard and the frightened villagers themselves.

Will Nali overcome her own doubts and fears, or will the ancient evil that rots out in the heart of the Llathese jungle ultimately consume her?

“Daughter of Llathe” is a novella set in the space fantasy world of the Two Rings. It is approximately 14,000 words long.

Cover line art by Chad Dulac. Coloring by James Huang. Title and cover design by Robert Worl.

LIfe, is like Climbing a mountain…the effort is well rewarded. A Definite Must Read!

LIfe, is like Climbing a mountain...the effort is well rewarded. A Definite Must Read!

Sundered Hearts
By Anna J McIntyre

Susan Thomas thought she had it all—a home, a husband she loved, and children in her future—until everything came crashing down one rainy afternoon, exposing her perfect world as a lie.

Determined to move on with her life, Susan recklessly drags Brandon Carpenter from the bar and into her bed. When she doesn’t see him again, Susan fears she is repeating her same old mistakes.

Seeking refuge at Shipley Mountain, the last person Susan expects to run into is Brandon. He has his own reasons for being on the mountain. Brandon and Susan must put aside their misunderstandings. A child’s life is at stake.