Romance – The Never List

The Never List
By DL White
Published: September 2020
ISBN: 978-1733415095
ASIN: B08JM3GH5C
Genre: Romance, Romantic Comedy, Black Romance, Own voices
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Esme Whitaker has held out on an important rite for the right person at the right time. She’s had a recent glow-up full of accomplishments to be proud of, but she still has a list of adventures to cross off before her 40th birthday.

Take a flight. Swim in the ocean. Eat exotic food. Have sex.

On the cusp of her 40th birthday, the time is now. All she needs the right man. When a date with a potential love interest goes very, very wrong, she’s rescued by a tall, bearded, stylish gentleman. What could have been wonderful fizzles instantly; the vibe between them crackles with animosity.

Sometimes, though, you get a second chance to make a first impression.

Trey Pettigrew is a man with a dream, and one job: keep his father, CEO of Pettigrew Construction, happy during recovery from a heart attack. What should have been a simple acquisition turns sideways when Trey is forced to leave the negotiation table to thwart an attack on a sharp-tongued, intriguing woman.

In a twist of fate, the specialist hired to put his acquisition back on track is the woman that Trey rescued. Esme is bright, tenacious, and unrelenting at the contracts table. With her dangerous curves etched into his memory, Trey hopes to make up for his behavior the first time they met, but her no-nonsense attitude about after-hours pursuits puts that idea to bed.

Until Trey happens upon her Never List.

Can two people, each determined to accomplish what they’ve set out to do, find a way to meet in the middle? You know what they say – life is what happens when you make plans.
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Content warnings: attempted robbery/assault and references to the attempt, references to mental illness.

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Self-Help – The Addicted Child

The Addicted Child
A Parent’s Guide to Adolescent Substance Abuse
By Richard Capriola
Publisher: BookBaby
Published: October 2020
ISBN: 978-1098327231
ASIN: B08KJHJYBY
Genre: Self-Help
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The Addicted Child is a parent’s guide to adolescent substance abuse. Readers learn the extent of adolescent substance abuse in the United States, what drugs are invading the adolescent population, how to recognize important warning signs of substance abuse, what tests and assessments are important and how to find evidence based treatment options and programs. This book could save a child’s life!

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Supernatural Suspense – Haunting in Old Tailem

Haunting in Old Tailem
Haunting Clarisse, Book 3
By Janice Tremayne
Publisher : Millport Press
Release Date: December 1, 2020
ISBN: 978-0648961505
ASIN: B08B524JNW
Genre: Supernatural Suspense, Paranormal thriller
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From the finalist of the 2020 Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards in Fiction—Supernatural comes the much-anticipated sequel of the Haunting Clarisse Series.

★This book can be read as a stand-alone

Running from evil is not a bad idea…until you realise you can’t hide.

Old Tailem Town is an Australian pioneer village that has built a reputation as the creepiest ghost town in the southern hemisphere.

But some ghosts get tired of hanging around and latch onto you. Running from evil is not a bad idea until you figure out you can’t hide. The houses and the Church that were moved and renovated to create the perfect paranormal tourist attraction carries dark secrets within its walls.

Will Clarisse be able to confront her biggest evil challenge yet or will Little Charlie rally all the towns ghost into an impeccable evil stronghold? Will her meeting with the local Shaman unleash secrets with evil consequences for digging too deep into the towns past?

Matters become complicated for Clarisse when a circus of young performers passes on the outskirts of town triggering unexpected paranormal events and unleashing memories of a one hundred year curse.

The tourists keep flocking in for the paranormal experiences run by a local entrepreneur–unbeknown, caught in the crossfire of a battle for evil supremacy. Will the town succumb to Little Charlie and his evil crew?

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Literary Fiction – The Glorious Between

The Glorious Between
By Doug Reid
Publisher: Atmosphere Press
Published: July 2020
ISBN: 978-1648261787
ASIN: B08DY9T63F
Genre: Literary Fiction
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The Glorious Between is a feel-good novel and primarily a love story. Influences include Oliver Sacks (Neurology), Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Mark Helprin (Magical Realism), Michael Ondaatje (Prose), Oliver Sacks, Kahlil Gibran, and Mary Alice Marsh for the philosophical direction.

Emily is dying. It is that thing in her head. Worse, she cannot remember her past, and can retain only fragments of the present. It feels as if she has never existed.

She is tucked up tight, holding her breath, suspended in time.

“I am not my body,” she often says, meaning she feels as if she is more than that; that we are more than just flesh and bone. But she knows, too, that reality has an awkward way of intruding into what one might hope for, and that her impending death is inevitable. In the end, she is her body and a broken one at that. It is just the way it is.

Or is it?

Enter Alessandra. Enter Patrick. Patrick, a world class neurologist and Emily’s lov-er. Alessandra, who can speak to the river, summon the sun, and redirect the moon with the tips of her fingers.

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Fairytale – Into the Woods

Into the Woods
By Pam Funke
Publisher: For God’s Glory Publishing
Published: April 2020
ISBN: 979-8637755691
ASIN: B0876GRV4P
Genre: Fairytale
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“Never in all my days did I think I would have to return to the woods of my nightmares.” ~Gretel

After saving her brother, Hansel, when they were young, from the evil Lucretia Thunderbane, Gretel never thought she would one day have to return to the dreaded wood, Bialowieza Forest.

Oma Leiderhosen warned Awodiya to stay out of the woods behind their quaint German house in Stuttgart, Germany. But like most children, she did the opposite of what she was told. Awodiya knew she shouldn’t have followed that kid into the forest but she never knew her Opa’s tales were true. Oh how she wished she had listened to her grandmother now. Trapped inside the house of Die Hexe in the center of the forest, Awodiya learns a part of the tale that was never included in Opa’s stories. Was it true? Would her mother come to rescue her?

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Young Adult – Mind Riot

Mind Riot
By Ken Bagnis
Publisher: REUTS Publications
Published: July 2020
ISBN: 978-1942111719
ASIN:B08CHLJGBJ
Genre: Young Adult
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Salem Scott has one goal for his post-junior year summer vacation–carefree days spent jamming with his band. Too bad those plans are about to crash and burn, right into the side of his crush’s house. Now, he’s on the hook for the repairs, and instead of playing with his band, he’s stuck volunteering in a private mental institution.

Armed with an ugly yellow sweater and BFF Jace, Salem braves his new job. But getting up close and personal with the patients forces him to confront demons he’s not ready to face. And when the band kicks him to the curb for missing rehearsals, he’s left teetering on the brink. Only, he understands this darkness better now, and accepting it as part of him lets him see he’s been given the opportunity of a lifetime. He’ll form a new band, with the hospital’s motley crew of characters.

His job just turned into the greatest summer of all time.

Hopeful and fun, Mind Riot explores the angst of being painfully hipster in small-town America, the pain of functional depression, and what happens when kids who are “too cool for feels” are dropped into a reality where emotions are too loud to ignore.

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