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Genre(s): Chick-Lit | Contemporary Fiction
Gloria Star is rich and famous. She’s on a hit television show and engaged to one of the most desired men in Hollywood. Her life is perfect. But then she gets a letter in the mail that changes everything. The past she has been trying to forget for so long has finally come back to haunt her.
Gloria Star hasn’t always been an A-list celebrity. She used to be just a regular Midwestern girl named Glory Stark. Now she is forced to reconcile her two lives because Johnny Carter, the only man she ever loved, has asked her to return to her hometown, and she can’t say no. Ten years ago, one night changed everything for Gloria and Johnny. Not only did Gloria lose Johnny, but she also lost herself.
Now she’s headed back to Princeton, Missouri, to reconnect with her sister and make amends with Johnny. She quickly realizes that returning to Glory Stark’s life isn’t going to be easy. As she faces painful truths about her past and an uncertain future, Gloria learns that forgiveness is essential, family is everything and love is forever.
Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs | Humor
In this hilarious collection of essays about one woman’s search to figure out what happens once you stop kidding yourself and plant both feet firmly into adulthood, Jennifer Inglis covers topics such as food obsessions, body image, family, relationships, religion, exercise, fears, shopping, aging, pop culture, and growing up as the kid who never quite fit in.
As unique as they are humorous, these stories are surprisingly insightful. Between Jewish guilt, being a non-threatening “cougar,” and aging in a completely unconventional, yet hopefully graceful manner, readers will see a little of themselves as Inglis attempts to interpret life’s events, rather than simply report on them.
A deeply personal and surprisingly funny collection of stories and anecdotes, this book shows how Inglis’s unique views on everyday life, as well as her keen sense of the absurd, allow her to make sense of the world. With a heartfelt message about finding the inner strength to be who you truly are, this collection is as inspiring as it is entertaining. More than just comedic, Inglis’s stories are intimate, easily identifiable, and, most importantly, real. Embracing differences and celebrating common bonds, these terrific stories reach across boundaries to entertain, captivate, and touch people from all backgrounds.
“Jennifer Inglis is my new favorite writer, and she’ll soon be yours.” – Kristen Johnston, Author, “GUTS,” and Actor, “3rd Rock from the Sun” and “The Exes.”
Genre(s): Horror | Fantasy
Preston Black has a nasty habit of falling in love with the wrong type of woman. But girls who don’t play nice are the least of his problems. This handsome bar band guitarist isn’t washed-up, but he’s about to be. He’s broke, he’s tired of playing covers and he’s obsessed with the Curse of 27.
He’s about to add ‘deal with the devil’ to his list.
Lucky for Preston, he has help. Like the angelic beauty who picks him up when he’s down. And the university professor who helps him sort through old Appalachian hexes and curses to find the song that may be his only shot at redemption. And when things get real bad, he has the ghost of John Lennon to remind him that “nothing is real.”
Let Raw Dog Screaming Press author Jason Jack Miller take you to a place where love is forever even when death isn’t, where magic doesn’t have to be seen to be believed, where a song might be the only thing that saves your soul.
MURDER BALLADS AND WHISKEY is a unique blend of dark fiction, urban fantasy and horror. It’s Appalachian Gothic, Alt.Magical.Realism, Hillbilly Horror. It’s AMERICAN GODS meets JUSTIFIED. TRUE BLOOD with witches. It’s Johnny Cash with a fistful of copperheads singing the devil right back to hell.
Genre(s): Teen & Young Adult | Action & Adventure
How I Became A Teenage Survivalist was chosen as a quarterfinalist in the 2012 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award, being among the 5% of 10,000 entries that made it to this level. In review of it, an Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Expert Reviewer wrote, “Overall this is a very interesting twist on the “doomsday” scenario. There are dynamic characters and the writing is very successful in sounding like a teenage boy. It is a story that pulls you in and makes you want to read more.”
Bracken is a typical teenage boy, more interested in the angles of the girl’s exposed back teasing him from the seat ahead of him than in anything the geometry teacher could present. His life is filled with school, video games, and thoughts of girls, not necessarily in that order. Life just flows along uneventfully and unacknowledged, like the electricity that courses through the power lines — until PF (Power Failure) Day. On PF Day, the sun strikes Bracken’s world with an unseen surge of electromagnetic fury, which cripples power stations and burns transformers to crispy nuggets of regret.
No one in Bracken’s world had ever thought about how much they depended on electrical power, but now, without it, they are plunged into survival mode. Without electricity there is no communication, no modern conveniences, and soon, no modern means of transportation, as the reserves of refined gasoline run dry. Worse still is the failure of the water and sewer systems, the impossibility of getting food and supplies to people living in cities, and the deaths of millions of people from starvation, disease, and lack of medical care.
Bracken soon realizes how lucky he is to live on a farm in the Midwest. What seemed like a dull and backwards life before is now the greatest chance for survival in what seems like a powerless world. Food, water, and heat are readily available, although hard work is required to make use of them. Bracken and his family must learn to survive like their ancestors, who settled their land. Told in the first person, Bracken tells the story of how they not only survive, but how PF Day actually makes their lives better and more satisfying.
Genre(s): Contemporary Fiction | Romance
Phoebe Kassner didn’t set out to become a 29-year-old virgin, but she is, and, having just been dumped by her boyfriend, she doesn’t see that situation changing anytime soon. Meanwhile, her twin sister Madisonaspiring actress, small-time model, and queen of the short attention spanhas just been eliminated on the first round of Singing Sensation. Things aren’t looking so great for either of them, but when Phoebe, victim of a fake phone number written on a cocktail napkin, receives a surprise voice mail from a guy named Jerry, she takes pity on him and calls, setting in motion a serendipitous love story neither of them saw coming. And suddenly Madison has a romance of her own, as one of 12 women competing for two men on a ruthless, over-the-top reality show. As Phoebe falls in love with the jilted high school English teacher who never intended to call her in the first place, Madison’s falling in love, too, clawing and fighting her way through a tide of adorable blondes.
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