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Initial post: 23 Jun 2013 18:16:46 BDT
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Posted on 23 Jun 2013 18:17:21 BDT
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Do you enjoy thrillers on the end-times in Bible Prophecy? You might like SCARS.

SCARS catapults you into a mesmerizing thriller of the end times in
this heart-wrenching story of a young girl who struggles to survive as
earth shattering events lead up to the Apocalypse as foretold in the Bible.

SCARS: An Amazing End-Times Prophecy Novel AVAILABLE in Kindle, paperback and in audiobook

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Posted on 23 Jun 2013 19:02:56 BDT
Liz says:
Hi everybody I'd like to introduce my debut novel, Siblings and Secrets. If you fancy an easy read that is compelling, exciting and dramatic this should wet your appetite. The genre is crime with an underlying romance.
As the title suggests siblings have many secrets but at a Halloween party, hosted by their brother, murder is imminent. And when drugs are revealed, money is the motive for corruption.
This book is fast paced and one that you don't want to put down. With interesting characters and many twists and turns it makes a thrilling read.

Please click on the link and take a look and if you enjoyed it please leave a review.
Many thanks and Happy reading.

Siblings and Secrets

Posted on 23 Jun 2013 22:52:43 BDT
Roger Weston says:

The Recruiter
"Great book, very very good action novel. This is one of those escapist novels that is hard to put down. Hope the author will stay with this character."

The Assassin's Wife
"I love a good woman heroine especially when they can outmanoeuvre experienced operatives! Using just a few tricks she picked up as a drama teacher and a whole lot of grit and determination she manages to really shake things up for the bad guys. I found this novel fast paced and action packed with interesting glimpses into the spy world. Highly recommended."

[ASIN:B004YTI1UY The Golden Catch]]
Usually read James Patterson...Fast moving, interesting, bit of romance & just enough make-believe. Struggled to put it down...i would highly recommend it."

Fatal Return
"I simply love all of Weston's books and this one did not fail to deliver. He never uses "fluff" to fill in pages. Excellent read."

Posted on 24 Jun 2013 22:15:47 BDT
Spring says:

Steven Talbot had it all. He loved his job, had a great girl friend and everything a man could want. Then strange things began to happen to him. At first he tried to dismiss them. Then Steve met someone on the plains of a Wyoming ranch he inherited. Suddenly he found out he'd inherited more than property. As if the presence of an Angel in his life wasn't enough. Now he had a quest, a mission from God. With it came the startling truth about what was coming. Come along as the world begins to change around him. Soak it in as Steve Talbot endures the "TRIBULATION".

Posted on 25 Jun 2013 00:51:09 BDT
If you're in the mood for something scary, sexy, and Kafkaesque (and, possibly, the strangest Paranormal love story you'll ever find) my short novel, Malena's Kiss, is on sale for 0.99 cents.

Jim Francis just inherited a house from his late Aunt Margaret; a monstrous, dilapidated, 18th century New England Colonial ... in some creepy backwoods town called Cutler Hollow.

Deep in the belly of the overflowing septic pit he uncovers a black iron chest, sealed with a lock, bound in chains, and inscribed with bizarre Celtic symbols.

He raises the chest with dreams of gold coins, precious jewels, and sterling silverware.

And unleashes Cutler Hollow's darkest secret ... Malena

Malena's Kiss

Posted on 25 Jun 2013 03:49:59 BDT
Green Eyes says:
The End of the Beginning

This multi-book series is an epic saga that follows a diverse set of characters through the seven-year Tribulation into the Millennium. Pastors, prayer warriors, FBI/CIA agents, Illuminati leaders, the Anti-Christ and the False Prophet vie against each other and God in this compelling drama that presents a strong Biblical case for a pre-wrath rapture that occurs after the midpoint of the Tribulation.
This second book covers the early days of the Tribulation up to the time that the two witnesses of Revelation 11 are revealed. Following an economic meltdown, nuclear war and a virulent virus, the Anti-Christ brings peace to the world - except for Christians and Jews. During this false peace, those who defy the Universal Religion Directives are sent to remote detention centers.
Former FBI and CIA agents hack into the Universal ID Banking System, the forerunner of the "mark of the beast." A militia group forms to combat the forces of darkness. A pastor and Messianic rabbi contend with the Anti-Christ and False Prophet. Christians in underground hideaways evangelize and wage spiritual warfare.
Meanwhile, the shadowy leadership of the demonically coordinated New World Order is exposed, while God's end-time power begins to work through those who are called to be the light of truth within the gross darkness covering the earth.

Posted on 25 Jun 2013 04:58:23 BDT
ANN SELF says:
ROMANTIC MYSTERY/THRILLER series. Three large ebooks (over 300 pages each) that will take you from New England to Florida to The Bahamas and back again in high adventure and heart-pounding suspense, wrapped around a clean, long-term romance.

Jane Husted thought ESP was hocus-pocus until she needed it to save herself from a killer. The extra sense she was born with did not blossom until she faced extreme terror and the threat of death. Her job as a show-rider, low wages and a lack of family keeps her isolated in a tiny apartment in a monster gothic barn on Springhill Estate. Jane knows someone is stalking her in the shadows of the old building, and when a devious trap snags a hapless victim she has no doubt the swift and nasty death was planned for her.
A man from her past shows up as an investor in European Sport horses. Is he the life raft she needs, or will he even know who she is? No longer the destitute welfare child of the past, she's nearly unrecognizable.

A collection of larger-than-life characters come and go on the Estate: elite owners, fancy coaches and trainers and working stiffs who clean stalls and groom pricey horseflesh. One of them is a newly-minted killer. Which one?


Posted on 25 Jun 2013 17:22:44 BDT
Last edited by the author on 25 Jun 2013 17:24:35 BDT
Spring says:
The Inevitable (The Apocalyptic Truth)

What do you think it would look like if all of the end-times conspiracy theories came together at once?

Posted on 26 Jun 2013 12:24:27 BDT
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Posted on 26 Jun 2013 12:48:23 BDT
Tommy Chewat says:
These books are permanently free.

Hettford Witch Hunt: Series One
Hettford Witch Hunt: Easter Special

"With subtle humor and a charming regional voice, James Rhodes cleverly crafts a story of vengeance, mystery and witchcraft. Deftly weaving the ordinary and supernatural Rhodes leads readers along a path strewn with dreary workaday details offset by exciting glimpses of an otherworld that threatens to destroy the safety of the mundane."

- Kirsten Imani Kasai, Author: Ice Song, Tattoo, Del Rey Books

Gary Turlough is falling deeper into his post-graduate slump as each day goes by. He is in a dead-end job with no prospects and, following a slight indiscretion with a local goth, his girlfriend is one more mistake away from heading back to New Zealand. Life in the small village of Hettford would be tough enough without the spirits of two 18th Century witches plotting to kill his only two friends.

Milton and Dan are the real ale drinking hill-walkers of witch hunting: Nobody may believe them, nobody may reward them and they might not ever accomplish very much but nonetheless they remain devoted to their cause. With a slick sitcom format this novel is a must have for fans of paranormal comedy.

Posted on 26 Jun 2013 12:56:27 BDT
Ryan Bracha says:
Hi all,

the prequel novella to my two novels is currently free until Friday. It's definitely not for kids, please feel free to take a look...

Ten men. One city. Lots of trouble.

The Pimp is out in Leeds on his stag party with nine of his best friends, including Jesus, Hitler, and Bungle from eighties children's television show Rainbow. They have enough drugs to kill several horses, and a mean intention to imbibe every single one of them.

Join The Incredible Hulk as he falls in love, Beetlejuice and his awful gambling luck, Superman's stinky top lip, and Al Capone's incredible habit of annoying people.

These boys are just out for a good time, and they don't care who knows it.

The Banjo String Snapped But The Band Played On

Posted on 26 Jun 2013 13:05:40 BDT
Last edited by the author on 27 Jun 2013 15:36:44 BDT
Ron S says:
Only applicable if you read action/ adventure.

You Can't Hide Forever

Posted on 27 Jun 2013 10:05:00 BDT
I. Black says:
If, like me, you're gathering a library together for holiday reading, may I recommend my novels? They will transport you to evocative places: India, Sri Lanka, Germany, the USA, not to mention our own beautiful Oxford, where much of my novel Darshan: a Journey takes place. Sara, an Anglo-Indian student arrives in Oxford determined to fill the big hole in her life. She desperately wants to be 'British' but student life holds a few shocks.

Or if, like me, you live in the Home Counties, my novel The Moon's Complexion will take you between leafy Surrey villages and hot, exotic South India. Hannah, a journalist, fears she is being followed. She flees to India, where enigmatic doctor, Ashok, comes to her aid. But all is not what it seems...

And if you really want to escape into another world, Noontide Owls will escort you to a timeless land, inhabited by Anvil People, Mariners, Timekeepers and Scribes, all of whom find themselves at loggerheads when the horrible conquering army of Shoog the Awesome leaves after 100 years. Maara, the girl with three blessings, is left to sort out the mess, aided by flightless birds and camels with cat-like faces. A story for young and old and a parable of modern times.

All novels £1.53 on Kindle but also available as beautiful paperbacks.

Posted on 27 Jun 2013 13:34:36 BDT
Hi everyone

Here's a brief desciption of my new novel The Feral Spy (Sequel to A Gathered Radiance)

Elderly Lady Helena Templeton Forsyth is arrested for stealing cat food and faces charges of assault and actual bodily harm. Helena is living in dire poverty and cannot afford to pay a fine. She is persuaded by her defence solicitor to retell the story of her time in the S.O.E. in the hope of eliciting sympathy from the magistrate. What follows is a tale of profound sadness, bravery, sacrifice and betrayal which led to a catastrophic disaster, but will the magistrate even care, or will he still want to make an example of the woman he sees as a vicious old hag?

Posted on 27 Jun 2013 15:36:57 BDT
Ron S says:
Two books to pass the time when relaxing on the beach.

1. The Collectors

2. The Collectors - Book Two

Posted on 27 Jun 2013 15:52:05 BDT
S0411 says:
Horror and humour - those two most suited of bedfellows.
My new novel, Thank You For Your Call..., brings these two elements together with blood splattered results.
In short, it is the tale of Shaun Dolan, a Customer Service Agent pushed to the brink by the moaning British public. Murder ensues. Giggles, gore and psychotic meditations.
Please feel free to have a look at the link below.
Thank You For Your Call (Part One of The Shaun Dolan Trilogy Book 1)

Posted on 27 Jun 2013 16:18:16 BDT
ANN SELF says:

ROMANTIC THRILLER series of three large Kindles (over 100,000 words each).

The stone mansion on Springhill Estate in New England hides a stunning connection to history, giving it a haunting aura. The estate's monster barn, a mile out on the 2,000 acre estate, is a giant cave of hiding places: haylofts, storage spaces, and empty rooms up in the nosebleed heights. Someone lurks in the overhead shadows; maybe one of the wealthy elite, boarding their pricey showhorses, or maybe one of the fancy coaches, or just a working stiff caring for the horses and cleaning stalls.
A hurricane roaring up the east coast brings tropical-force wind and rain to shroud the estate, increasing its isolation. A devious trap claims the wrong victim, and that brings Massachusetts Sate Police Detectives Westerlund and Russell onto the scene to sort through the characters and root out a killer. The intended target, Jane Husted, now has to watch her back, and tries to get in tune with a sixth-sense she didn't know she had. ESP was not something she needed or believed in, but now it could help to stay a step ahead of a ruthless killer.
To complicate matters, a man from her past shows up as an investor in the estate's imported sport horses. A love story that has to be relegated to the backburner as Jane fights to keep her career as a show-rider and stay alive at the same time.
In the second book, the mansion's connection to history is revealed in a shocking adventure that again puts Jane in danger when her sixth-sense connects her to some frightening entities and complicates a new relationship. The third book takes adventure to a new level, to Florida and the Bahamas and back again, and something strange is still following.


Posted on 27 Jun 2013 19:21:34 BDT
Last edited by the author on 25 Nov 2013 16:52:21 GMT
The Crow Wood Farm Murders]] Hi, all you crime and romantic readers.My new book THE CROW WOOD FARM MURDERS is now available on Amazon Set in 1950, s Cumbria Agnes Martin inherits a run down farm from her mother. Should she sell and seek a new life? Frank Miller a convicted criminal claims he is the true owner of the farm. Phil Townsend a scrupulous business man sees the farm as a valuable asset. An incompetent detective investigating two murders accuses an innocent party. Peter an ex Polish fighter pilot comes to Agnes' rescue after she is raped.

Posted on 27 Jun 2013 20:45:02 BDT
My debut novel, To The Other, is currently free on Kindle.

To The Other (The Fragmented Sequence)

It's about 4 University students who follow clues from their increasingly horrific shared dreams and end up entering another world.

You can also read the first chapter on my website:

Thanks for reading this and I hope you enjoy :)

Posted on 27 Jun 2013 20:48:13 BDT
'Moody not Broody' makes 'hilarious reading.' It is available on kindle at £1.97. Emma is a newly-wed looking forward to some blissful years with her new husband, but everyone else expects her to have children. They think that because she is a teacher, she MUST want children. However, Emma has never wanted children and has to convince her husband, her family and her friends that she's not cut out for motherhood.

Emma would much rather pursue her career in teaching and work with children with Special Educational Needs, but then her plans are thwarted and she has to make a choice which will affect her and her husband, Mike, forever.

This 'gripping, funny and light-hearted book' is a must read for every woman because, at some point, every woman has struggled to get their voice heard.

Posted on 27 Jun 2013 23:03:54 BDT
BOWLING BALL - by Escobar Walker

On the basis this novel has been nominated for 3 major unpublishished novel awards - I am guessing it is better than most the books on here.......

Set in Glasgow in Scotland, this multi-award shortlisted novel will be loved by anyone that likes Irvine Welsh, Charles Bukowski or Chad Kultgen. BE WARNED - THIS IS NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED!

Bowling Ball

Shortlisted for Dundee International Book Prize 2004
Shortlisted for Brit Writers Awards 2011
Longlisted for Amazon Breakthrough Novel 2012

Posted on 27 Jun 2013 23:07:08 BDT
Minijax says:
My genealogical novel, Tainted Tree, with 367 pages in print, is under £2 for the Kindle, and has 33 reviews, average 4.3 stars. This is the story -

Addie was pretty excited when she arrived on England's shores from Boston, USA. Her relationship with Lloyd had come to an end, and she wanted to put that behind her. Now she was eager to find out about the family she'd never known - her English mother, deceased in her twenties, just after Addie's birth and the grandparents who'd never wanted her. As for her father, well, no-one knew who he was - probably a guy like Lloyd - plenty of charm, but no loyalty. When she arrived at the house bequeathed to her in Surrey, England, Addie had no idea what she was going to find out.

Set in Guildford and the West Country in 1991, Addie's research takes her back through three generations to the First World War. A bit of history, mystery and romance in one package.

Posted on 28 Jun 2013 07:15:56 BDT
Last edited by the author on 28 Jun 2013 07:17:53 BDT
The sequel is out: Once Humans (Daimones Trilogy) at the introductory price of $1.99 (or equivalent in GBP - sorry, Ammy does not show me the price here)

"Once Humans" starts some ten years after the events narrated in "Daimones", Vol.1 of the homonymous "Daimones Trilogy".
The new communities, led by the Selected with MoÓrai support, thrive and peace and security reign on Eridu, as the planet Earth is known by the MoÓrai and in the galaxy. "Once Humans" is a 'loss of innocence' for Dan, and for the Selected. The events and the emotional trauma prepares the race of man to reclaim its place in the galaxy.

Mankind is undergoing rebirth, the new arrivals closely watched by the Selected: those transgenic beings created by the MoÓrai. But the peace and security of the cradle are suddenly shattered by acts of sabotage set to disrupt the fragile balance of the fledgling Communities.

From the coldest climes to the deepest ocean floors, a cosmic conspiracy full of betrayal and fear is being hatched with the hope of pushing the world perilously close to the brink of self-destruction. And it is up to Dan Amenta to once again journey through dark and deadly alleys--even into the depths of the planet--to unlock the shadowy logic of alien minds.

...and don't miss the promotional price on how it all started in #1, Amazon Best Seller Daimones (Daimones Trilogy)

Happy reading.

Posted on 28 Jun 2013 12:32:58 BDT

I'm a writer from Nottingham, England and I mainly write short stories. Most of what I write is dark, supernatural fiction, although not necessarily 'horror' in the blood and guts sense. My main influences are writers like Ramsey Campbell, Shirley Jackson, and Robert Aickman.

I enjoy the unexplained, the psychological, and the ambiguous in my weird fiction, and this is the kind of story I try and write. Oh, and I drink Guinness, if anyone's offering... :)

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