Dragon Keeper

In Ancient China, a young slave girl suffers the abuse of her cruel master, making do with what she can scavange, her life looks rather bleak until the last remaining Imperial dragon makes an escape, taking her with him. Finding herself on a journey she never imagined and finally with a name to call her... Continue Reading →

Cinder and Ella

Cinder and Ella are two of four sisters. Both their older and younger sisters are selfish, their father quit doing anything to help the family before disappearing altogether, and their mother spins all day at her spinning wheel, effectively ignoring her daughters to the point that she has forgotten that Cinder and Ella are two... Continue Reading →

Saving June

Harper has grown up in her older sister's shadow. Then one day, shortly before highschool graduation, her perfect, gorgeous, popular sister commits suicide. Finding her sister's body changes everything about her life. In a journey to find who her sister really was and to take her sister's ashes to California, sixteen year old Harper Scott,... Continue Reading →

Yours to Keep

In order to keep her dear old grandmother from worrying,  Emma invented a finace, throwing in the name of one of her best friend's in-laws on the spur of the moment. When her grandmother is scheduled to come visit, Emma must approach Sean, newly discharged from the army, and ask him to play along. Shannon Stacey's Yours... Continue Reading →

Shadow Wolf

Megan is on the run with her two young charges. If they are caught, they can be shipped back to the island where Draicon shadow wolves are held as prisoners and considered secondary citizens with no rights. Determined to fight for them and avoid a horrible fate, Megan must get them to unknown safety. I'll admit that I... Continue Reading →

Skinny B*tch

Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin have written a marketer's dream with their book, Skinny Bitch. Write in as many curse words as you can and be offensive as possible, officially splitting your market in half - those who will love it and want to read it and those who will hate it and want to read it... Continue Reading →

A Kid’s Guide to Being a Winner

C.D. Shelton attempted to write an inspirational book for children with A Kid's Guide to Being a Winner. I can't help but feel that the author missed the mark with this. Certainly, concepts such as respect, thoughtfulness, gratitude, responsibility, and a positive attitude are beneficial to promoting a peaceful society. However, Shelton has focused on these principles... Continue Reading →

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