The Weird and Wonderful Adventures of Tim Wessurp, 'TWERP'

By Derek Adie Flower

The imagination and inexhaustible humor of a 14-year-old boy is not to be trifled with. Derek Adie Flower in The Weird And Wonderful Adventures Of Tim Wessurp introduces us to a British hero boy named Tim or Twerp. This exceedingly tall tale begins oddly enough...

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Long Live the King

Book One of the Charlemagne Saga
By Guy Cote

Long Live the King: Book One of the Charlemagne Saga (Volume 1) is the debut novel by Guy Cote. The author has written a number of screenplays and has spent time as a teacher in south Florida. This is his first novel and the first...

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Blood Line

Secrets
By The Tale Monger

Blood Line: Secrets is the new paranormal thriller by debut author, The Tale Monger. The unique pen name is an early giveaway as to the sense of humor and creative tone that this writer uses to weave together a tale. This story follows a YA...

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The Forgotten King

Book Two of Korin's Journal
By Brian Beam

The Forgotten King: Book Two of Korin’s Journal, by Brian Beam, takes you on Korin’s teenage coming-of-age story to find his adoptive parents, Mathual and Harriet Karell. Predictably, there are obstacles to overcome. Galius, an evil count of the city of Byweather, has summoned two...

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Along the Chisholm Trail and Other Poems

By George Rhoades

George Rhoades's book "Along the Chisolm Trail and Other Poems" is divided into two parts. The first is devoted to verses exploring the cowboy ethic and the historical significance of the men who moved cattle. There are poems about real people, such as Billy the...

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How Dachshunds Came to Be: A Tall Tale About a Short Long Dog

By Kizzie Elizabeth Jones

Kizzie Elizabeth Jones has a winner with the sweet children's book "How Dachshunds Came to Be: A Tall Tale About a Short Long Dog". By combining her love for the sea and her love for her own little dogs, she creates a fresh, fantastical tale...

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Froggy Style

By J.A. Kazime

I grew up reading fairy tales and day dreaming that I was the princess. Most fairy tales had a moral or warning and ended with a happily ever after. The old fairy tales are appealing because we all want to think there will be a...

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Before the Poisoned Apple

By L S Dubbleyew

In the fantasy world of the Naturean Reach, young red-haired green-eyed Zee saves herself, her baby sister Rose and Thoran, another baby, from the ogres with the help of elderly dragon-elf Dagon. Another youngster, Angus Grimsdyke, is not so nice and dreams of killing as...

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The Gordonston Ladies Dog Walking Club

By Duncan Whitehead

Secrets abound in the tiny neighborhood of Gordonston, an affluent neighborhood outside Savannah. The four members of the Gordonston Ladies Dog Walking Club have been meeting for the last ten years in the neighboring dog walking park. While their dogs romp and play, they share...

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A Thousand Glass Flowers

Book Three of The Chronicles of Eirie
By Prue Batten

"The Glass Flowers" tells the story of Lalita Khatoun, a young mortal girl who is an orphan being raised by her aunt and uncle, and who has lost her only brother Kholi, a traveller. Lalita is a very talented and humble writer and illustrator who...

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