Jessica was tired of waiting. It had been four years since Jamie left. Finally finding out where he was she decides to go look for him. But first she had to get out from under Hanks watchful eye.
Taking her trusted friend Rebecca, the girls set out on an adventure that they would never forget. Along the way Jessica learns what kind of woman she was growing up to be. One that can forgive, but not one that can forget.
Those lessons were put to the test when she learned the depth of Hanks betrayal and the cost of his wrath. She was the Majors daughter after all.
This is mine. Jessica is 4.99 or free to borrow for Kindle Owners.Been trying to get promo ideas...any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
Thanks for putting this thread up
My book is called [i]Indiscriminate: Book One of the Riverdale PD Series[/i].
The story follows Detective Sgt. Noah Harkham after devastating injuries force his early retirement from the Riverdale PD. Nine months into retirement, Noah, feeling bitter and adrift, is still struggling to cope with his disabilities. But then his former partner, Detective Allan Franks, calls upon Noah's help when a string of brutal attacks becomes linked to one of their old cases. Once more, Noah gets a chance to live the life he feels he was meant to and can't help but take it, no matter how brief.
But when the case is over, what then? Will he be able to go back to life as a civilian? Why is this attacker targeting emergency personnel - and who will be next? And how is the man who ended Noah's career involved?
Hope you enjoy it!
Now available. A murder/mystery tale set in the teeming streets of Edinburgh in the early spring of 1745 that take the reader on a rollicking search for the truth through the elegant drawing rooms of high society, the wicked pleasures of the city's finest brothel and to the grimmest, stinking taverns in the Old Town.
I am a new writer and I have my first Fantasy novel for sale on Amazon. Here is a blurb to pique your interest...
He has been plagued by The Dream and The Riddle for as long as he can remember. Now that he and everything around him has changed perhaps he will finally get answers.
Welcome to a world where science, myth and magic combine to create a new age on earth if it survives the coming apocalypse.
Visit a living forest inadvertently created by the subconscious of the new age's first Archmage where trees move and speak, myth and legend are not at all what they seem and magic is real.
The novel is priced at $0.99 USD and it is enrolled in KDP Select as well. I'd love to know what you think about it as well.
Mine's called 'Supervillain: The Concise Guide'. World domination can be yours for $0.99!
Are you tired of living a humdrum life? Is there little to look forward to except a dead-end job and more news headlines that remind you of your insignificance in the world? Do you think the future of humanity depends on your potent leadership skills? Well forget about the nonsense of running for political office and become a supervillain instead.
Fancy degrees and qualifications are not required. With this concise guide, you will learn all the basic tricks of the trade. Ease into your first seedy business, create a large organisation with interests in finance, media and politics, and build a powerful military force. Eventually you will launch your crusade to rule the entire planet.
Take your shot at world domination – and hit the bull’s-eye.
County Sheriff Lester P. Morrison wasn’t buying the popular theory that a missing teenage girl was “just another runaway.” When his investigation revealed Melissa Parker was last seen in front of a roadside bar in the company of drunken men, the Sheriff’s suspicions soared to new heights.
In fact, Melissa couldn’t run anywhere. She’d been assaulted, locked in a tornado shelter—a fraidy hole—with no food, no water, and left to die. Her struggles to escape took on a new urgency as Melissa realized she was not alone in that terrifying darkness. The survival clock was ticking.
The Sheriff in this novel made an apperance in my first book, [i]No Refuge[/i].
Not about angels, vampires, or werewolves, my book is an Urban fantasy about dragons accidentally turned human. The main character is a girl who is trapped in a "devil's bargain" or a "contract" by the dragon in question named Andre, who believes she can change him back.
Johnny Park is a hundred miles from Phoenix... and halfway to hell.
Johnny Park is a Capricorn, a Brit in America, and a damn good bank robber. Following a botched heist, Johnny and a small crew of mismatched miscreants rendezvous in the small desert town of Halfway, Arizona. Things go from bad to worse when their fence is found murdered, and it soon becomes clear that someone has followed them to this dusty speck on the map with the intention of killing each member of this disparate group.
Unable to cut his losses and run, Johnny must deal with a suspicious sheriff, a knockout redhead, and a gang where the only person he trusts is himself. Are the killings related to the heist, or has a phantom from the past come to Halfway to enact a bloody reckoning?
Hard boiled violence and mystery collide with desert noir as Johnny realises he's stuck in the desert with a killer and he's out of bullets... and friends.
Halfway to Hell is the first mystery in the Johnny Park series; a neo-noir action thriller drawing on influences such as Jim Thompson, James M. Cain, Raymond Chandler, Dashiell Hammett, John D. Macdonald, Ian Rankin, Lee Child, Quentin Tarantino and Stephen King.
Anthony "Buzz" Basilio is an intelligence analyst working on Vietnam POW/MIA issues in the mid -1980s. Many believe there are Americans still alive in Vietnam and the pressure is on to find them, but Buzz doesn't believe it. In his zeal to prove the issue is a scam orchestrated by Hanoi to blackmail the US, he makes more than a few enemies, and meets a beautiful girl whose father is one of them--and wants Buzz eliminated. His quest takes him back to Southeast Asia, first in Bangkok where he meets a mysterious man who claims to know where live POWs are being held in North Vietnam. Although skeptical, he decides to check it out and ends up a prisoner himself in the Hoa Lo prison - the famous “Hanoi Hilton!” A real “page turner” with a great twist of an ending and written by an author (a Vietnam vet himself) with direct experience with the POW/MIA issues.
Declan Elliot is an ordinary man trying to survive in 2025. His life is turned upside down one night on the way home from work. The night's events thrust him headlong into a perilous journey fraught with murder, catastrophic weather and out of control crime. In this 21st century retelling of the classic parable of the Good Samaritan, Declan battles to overcome rejection, betrayal and a high powered politician who will stop at nothing to see him dead.