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.

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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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Thursday, August 11, 2016

Wandering in the Wilderness by Karen Snead Partee

“Mommy, how do I get the madness out of me?” It was a question my seven-year-old son posed to me one dark evening after coming off a manic rage that took him through intense range of emotions. I have not decided for myself if the heartbreak of that question came from the sheer innocence of it or the sobering maturity behind it. How perceptive he was because he was so right - IT was madness, a madness captured in a catchall diagnosis that filled every crevice of our lives. It was a sickness that robbed us daily of peace and comfort. Attention deficit, hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, is not merely a behavioral issue; it is not a question of adequate parenting skills; it is not the effects of too much sugar, not enough exercise, or even a learning disability. IT is a mental illness; and, yes, it is an incorrigible madness that has left an indelible mark on the most incredible little boy.

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Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Rebound by Michael Goodell

As a Private Detective, James “Don’t Call Me Corky” Corcoran has a lot in common with his adoptive hometown of Detroit. The past is brighter than the present; he’s going nowhere fast, and he’s running out of money. But things change when he starts to investigate Jonathan Wade’s death. A childhood friend and longtime rival, Wade was the black sheep son of one of the oldest and wealthiest families who called the exclusive suburb of Grosse Pointe home. Each clue in the case dredges up yet another memory Corcoran has spent the past decade trying to drink into oblivion. It takes him back to Grosse Pointe, where he hasn’t set foot for the past ten years, ever since Sara Jensen’s death sent his career into a tailspin.

Grosse Pointe looks the same, its quiet streets still lined with majestic homes, but behind those facades things aren’t as they seem. Some of the best and the brightest families are hiding some secrets so dark, so destructive, that they are willing to do anything to keep them hidden. They try to buy him off, scare him off, and even try to kill him to keep Corcoran from discovering the truth, but as time goes by he realizes he can’t quit because this case has become his road to justice, redemption, and even love.

He’ll solve this case, or die trying.

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Just have to say, I loved this one. Reminds of of the old fashioned noir thrillers.

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

King Tut & the Plagues of Egypt by Douglas Derrer

The mysterious death of King Tut eluded archeologists for centuries until the Plancks, a time-traveling family from the 25th Century, flew four millennia into the past to 18th Dynasty Egypt to investigate. Encountering a vast volcanic eruption upon their arrival plunged them into the Ten Plagues of Egypt and the Exodus as two co-regent Pharaohs, Tut’s father and grandfather, battled over the fates of their Hebrew slaves. Will they make it back to their century alive, and without bringing some deadly disease that has been eradicated for centuries?

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Returning to the reign of King Tut in 18th Dynasty Egypt, the 25th Century, time-traveling Planck family discover that sinister palace intrigues surround the young pharaoh and his lovely queen. Although unable to prevent Tut’s eventual death, they learn its mysterious cause. But can they forestall the fate of the queen by unscrupulous plotters? Finally, the Planck’s travel to the Valley of the Kings in the 1920s to oversee archeologist Howard Carter’s discovery and opening of Tut’s fabulously wealthy tomb. Can they prevent Carter from destroying the invaluable mummy?

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Monday, August 8, 2016

They Call Me Avenged by Cyndi Lord

When a number of people go missing in a small Northeast Texas town, Sandra Derringer becomes involved to solve the case of missing twelve-year-old twin boys. She soon learns that two common denominators exist between the people who have gone missing; abused animals, and a local animal rescue owner, Loretta Bentley. Her deep devotion to animals is overshadowed by mental illness and her belief she is getting messages from God to deliver an-eye-for-an-eye justice to anyone who neglects or abuses animals. Many have thought this penalty deserved, but Loretta is insane enough to carry it out in her isolated, large ranch where no one can hear her victims’ screams.
Not for the faint of heart. Order your copy here.

Friday, August 5, 2016

New In The Woods - by Beth Lauzier

All Zippy wanted to do was be like Super Squirrel. 
But who knew being a hero was sometimes so dangerous. 
Not just for Zippy but his new friend Ren too. How will Zippy get out of danger this time?

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Okay, I have to admit it, I love this. I mean, my daughter wrote it.  It's really nice. The illustrations are great too.  Your kids will love it.