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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

San Gabriel's Secret by David Ciambrone



Nestled on the San Gabriel River in Central Texas’ Hill Country, Georgetown is a small town where things are normally pretty quiet. That is, until Adam Thomas, a retired scientist and now writer of a newspaper column for women under the name Aunt Kay, inherits a Confederate solder’s journal and a new murder. Adam and his girlfriend Kathy find themselves the center of dark doings, strange people and racing headlong into a fast paced, high stakes adventure to untangle a murderous puzzle, a series of macabre organizations and locate the centuries old and highly unusual, San Gabriel Secret.

*****

I really enjoyed this one. If you are a fan of David Ciambrone's, you'll love it too.

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Monday, September 19, 2016

The Ruins of Shandor by C. R. Myers



Follow Waldo on the desert planet as he discovers an abandoned underground city, and meets Hamel from Shandor Frenna along with Ms. Ziimar, who claims to be over five-thousand years old. The trio journey to Middle-Land, and in the Valley of Xar D’Kee, Waldo talks with his missing father through the Well of Wisdom and discovers more about his true identity. His father agrees to meet him at the Arch of Worlds located on the island of Scotaden Wel.

When Waldo disappears from the ghostly staircase, Jeremy and Shauna begin a search, which takes them to a color world and through the depths of the planet to Down-World and the Temple of Eron where they find the forbidden Tablets of Jesreel. By studying the tablets, Jeremy learns the history of Pelayaces and the planet’s true relationship to his own planet, the Earth. Now, he understands the Elam Nostra’s ultimate mission, and why the creature wants to destroy the Earth above all else.

Will Waldo find his father and the answers he so desperately seeks on Scotaden Wel? Will Jeremy and Waldo be able to find their way home and save the Earth from the Elam Nostra or is the universe destined to be swallowed into a void of black nothingness?

*****

This is the sequel to The Dawn of Pelayaces.

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Friday, September 16, 2016


Alphabet Tales, an award-winning children's book, is a collection of 30 short stories to delight readers of all ages.
Full of humor and fun, this book is a marvelous way to teach phonics to young readers. Great for home schoolers!
Donna  has a charming and unique way of telling each story using repetitious sounds utilizing each letter of  the alphabet.
This book includes tongue-twisting tales using other sounds as well, such as the ch, sh, and th combinations.

*****

Really good one to read to the kids.

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Thursday, September 15, 2016

Down Magic's Path by Kathleen Wolak


Len Bouchard is a twelve-year-old boy dealing with the death of his mother in the Louisiana summer of 1925. Among the changes the death of his mother brings, his father’s new wife is the hardest to take. Magique is a mysterious woman who is the polar opposite of Len’smother. Magique is what Len’s friends maliciously call a gypsy, a dark woman with a supposedly checkered past.


Len tries to figure out his new step-mother’s secrets as his father announces a sudden move to New Orleans. Against the backdrop of the jazz filled French Quarter, Len learns much more than he bargained for.

*****

This is a really nice, coming of age story for younger readers.

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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Pierre's Picky Palate by Beth Lauzier


A Pine Beetle who hates trees? How can that be? 
And what do Pierre's parents think of his love of veggies? 
Will Pierre give wood another try, and if he does, will he like it?


*****

For all those picky eaters out there. 

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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Busy Girls Guide To Getting Things Done by Jean Lauzier



Are you overwhelmed by all the tasks you need to get accomplished?

Does it seem like you have 900 things to do but don't know where to start? Then you'll love this Busy Girls Guide to Getting Things Done.


In this 30-day journal, Jean shares a simple system for getting things done that anyone can use. Even the busiest busy girl.

Preorder your copy here.

*****

Okay, I have to saw, this is my latest work and I really like it. If you need to get stuff done, then you'll love it.  Want an autographed copy? Email or message me.


Friday, August 12, 2016

Thirteen - A Baker's Dozen by Vivra Beene



Do you like your scalp tingled, your spine chilled, and goose bumps along your arms? If you do, you will enjoy this collection of stories showing that perpetrators of perceived perfect crimes don't always go unpunished.

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