Not a Word About Love by Hana Goldberg

Not a Word About Love: A Novel


From an Award-Winning Author

After eleven years of marriage, Maya embarks on a journey and falls madly in love with a mysterious man. Through alleys fragrant with the pungent smell of fried rice, amid child beggars and vendors of psychedelic fabrics, she makes startling discoveries about the stranger, and about herself. How far will she be willing to go?

“From the recipient of the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award of Israel’s Association of Authors and Composers (ACUM) 2015, comes a brilliant novel, full of humor and sensuality.” Lily Pery, #1 literary editor

“This book will drive you to pursue your passions and will make you laugh out loud. A tremendous bestseller.” Israel’s largest daily – Yediot Achronot

“I can see why this novel has been so popular. It’s funny, sensual and very frank. The nightmarish quality of some of the passages contrast very well with the sassy humour… A cracking read!” Julie Phelps, literary editor, United Kingdom

“A riveting and sensual story of the search for love, the longing for happiness and the fear of missing out on life.”Ha’aretz

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Shiva XIV by Lyra Shanti

Shiva XIV (The Shiva XIV Series Book 1)


Prophecy rules, science rebels, and the fate of all depends on a boy named Ayn.

Predestined to become the great messiah of his people, Ayn must save his galaxy from disease and war. But when an unknown enemy threatens everyone he loves, the destiny he thought was his spins out of control.

A coming of age story amidst galactic turmoil, Shiva XIV has action, romance, mysticism, and magical creatures. Join Ayn and his friends as his journey to become a heroic legend unfolds!

*Adult themes, intended for mature teens and up.

Other books in the series:

The Veil of Truth: Book 2

The Riddle of the Gods: Book 3

The River of Time: Book 4

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All I Want For Christmas Is A Werewolf by J. S. Scott

All I Want For Christmas Is A Werewolf (Changeling Encounters)


Genre: Contemporary Paranormal Erotic Romance

After being dumped by her boyfriend, having her doctoral thesis stolen and losing out on a job she had coveted, Faith Prescott just can’t seem to generate any holiday cheer. Her spirits as low as her bank balance, she goes to a Black Friday sale to try to get a computer that she desperately needs to improve her situation. Unfortunately, she finds out that her luck isn’t getting any better when she loses the very last one for sale at the bargain price…to the most disturbingly handsome, alluring male she has ever laid eyes on. He’s big, he’s intense and totally out of her league. Why would a gorgeous millionaire be interested in a mousy, plain woman like her that spends more time with wild animals than people? And Faith really wasn’t interested. She had given up on men after her last experience with a loser boyfriend…taking a vacation from dating. Or so she thinks, until she is kidnapped by Mr. Tall, Blond And Intense from the dark parking lot of the mall…

Gavin Lancaster hates Christmas and anything associated with the holiday season. Coerced into stopping at the mall to pick up a computer for his sister-in-law, all he wants to do is get the computer and get the heck out of the city and away from the mass of crazy holiday shoppers. He might be a wolf Changeling, but the last thing in the world he wants is to bump into his destined mate – literally. Gavin doesn’t want a mate, is perfectly happy with his bachelor status, but fate won’t be denied.

In a moment of pure desperation, Faith asks Santa for a Christmas miracle…and finds out that old St Nick sometimes grants Holiday wishes in best and most mysterious of ways.

This is an erotic romance with graphic language and erotic content not appropriate for YA readers.

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ARISEN, Omnibus One by Glynn James & Michael Stephen Fuchs

ARISEN, Omnibus One


With over a half-million copies sold, the ARISEN series is said by readers to be:
a non stop thrill ride” … “unputdownable” … “the most original and well-written zombie novels I have ever read” … “riveting as hell – I cannot recommend this series enough” … “Knock Down Drag Out FANTASTIC!!!!!!” … “Wow. Just wow.” … “the action starts hot and heavy and does NOT let up” … “astonishingly well-researched and highly plausible” … “non-stop speed rush! All action, all the time” … “left me with my mouth hanging open” … “May be the best in its genre.

BOOK ONE – FORTRESS BRITAIN
When the Zombie Apocalypse came, one country had shut down its borders in response to a major terrorist attack. Now Fortress Britain is the last bastion of the living – with 50 million beleaguered survivors facing down a world of 7 billion animated corpses. And one international team of elite special operators – supremely trained and armed, always the most skilled, resolved, and unstoppable amongst us – are humanity’s last best hope for survival…

BOOK TWO – MOGADISHU OF THE DEAD
Alpha team is tasked with one last desperate operation: they must cross the Atlantic aboard the world’s only remaining supercarrier and insert by air into the very middle of a dead continent, all in search of a rumored vaccine that might bring humanity back from the brink. But their op goes dangerously wrong from the start, with the team scattered to hell and back, and their target site a dry hole. Now they must fight their way on foot through a city of 3 million ravening dead guys, in search of an underground bunker that might hold the Last Man on Earth. But these undead will not be like any Zulus they have ever fought before – and they surround the new target in a writhing ring of death 30 feet high on all sides…

BOOK THREE – THREE PARTS DEAD
Alpha team, the world’s best and last surviving Tier-1 operators, are adrift on Lake Michigan – and fast drifting into what looks like a damned hostile shoreline. Deep in the National Forest nearby, a former police officer and survivalist battles to keep her family alive – and tries to decide whether the commandos of Alpha are more dangerous to her alive or dead. Meanwhile, the John F. Kennedy, the world’s last floating supercarrier, is run aground off the coast of Virginia – and facing a veritable hurricane of the dead, blowing in fast. Finally, back in Fortress Britain, the terrible outbreak from the Channel Tunnel turns out not to have been so contained after all – and a death grip is beginning to close on London, and shaping up into humanity’s very last stand…

The battle for humanity starts here – in the first three volumes of the most explosive and thrilling military ZA series on Earth.

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Pink Tears by Hana Goldberg

Children’s Book: Pink Tears: Best Children’s Book Award (Ages 3-9)


Teach your children to talk about their feelings! Best children’s book award from Parents and Children magazine!

One day, when all children were playing with one another, nobody played with Lolly. She stood apart, tears choking her throat. At home, Lolly refused to tell her parents why she was sad. The next day, a strange thing happened…

“Lolly reminds us that it is possible to write about feelings with intelligence and talent, without getting into tiresome didactics.” Parents and Children

“Small book with great strengths… A must read for people of all ages.” Israel’s largest daily – Yediot Achronot

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The New America by Peter Harlan Figur

The New America


In 2042, James Martin had become a member of the Presidential Caucus, a band of four powerful men charged with the responsibility of governing the United States of America. But that wasn’t good enough for James because he had bigger plans. America was just his stepping stone to the ultimate goal, which was to become the most powerful man in the world.

James Martin studied totalitarianism his whole life. To make his dream a reality, he crafted a detailed plan which required him to balance multiple personalities, collude with foreign governments, murder friends and enemies, and threaten almost everyone who got in his way.

All of this takes place in the foreground and aftermath of World War III. After America is attacked, both coastlines experience significant death and destruction. Almost half the country flees to a safe zone located between the Mississippi River and the Appalachian Mountains. A new Capitol is established in Nashville, TN. This is the “The New America.”

While the country was secretly being taken hostage, we are introduced to A.J. Robertson. A son of a U.S. Army veteran, A.J. was well schooled in how to be a leader and warrior. He was also taught that the two most important things after religion were family and country. A.J. was destined to follow in his father’s military footsteps and became a Navy SEAL.

In Annapolis, A.J. became one of the four “Paladins”, a group of four midshipmen who bonded for a particular cause. Fate brought them together, but it was up to them to fulfill their destiny. Little did they know their defining moment would lead them into a battle with an American dictator.

The Paladins learned of James Martin’s plans from high-level contacts embedded within the Federal Government. With precious little time, A.J. recruits a team of 50 brave Navy SEALs to take part in “Operation Eagle Restoration.”

Will it be too late to save the nation from tyranny? The outcome can only be black and white. It’s freedom or suppression. It’s kill or be killed. There is no middle ground. A.J. and his team don’t know if they will be successful, but they do know failure is not an option.

Why does this story need to be told?

The story is very relevant to what is going on in the world today. Suspected collusion, power struggles, concerns about nuclear war, and never-ending corruption. It’s not just ominous, but it also stokes the fears we all have within our hearts and minds.

But more importantly, the story is an uplifting tale which re-establishes faith in the American spirit. It doesn’t matter how impossible the task is or how dire the circumstances are. If people band together for a common cause and believe in something, the impossible can become a reality.

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Telling Lies by L. A. Dobbs

Telling Lies (A Sam Mason Mystery Book 1)


The small police force of White Rock, New Hampshire, is still reeling from the death of Officer Tyler Richardson when they are called to the scene of the accidental drowning of an out-of-town camper.

But Chief Sam Mason and Sergeant Jody Harris soon discover the drowning was no accident. Someone murdered Lynn Palmer and staged the scene to make it look that way.

With a pool of suspects who aren’t telling the truth and a corrupt mayor who wants the case solved yesterday, Sam and Jo follow a puzzling trail of clues with a surprise ending. And when a stray dog points them in the right direction, Sam discovers the killer is closer than he thought.

Just when Sam and Jo think they can rest after having solved Lynn’s murder, a shocking discovery proves that sometimes even those you trust can be telling lies.

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A Drop of Paradise by Alex L. Michaels

A Drop of Paradise (Bookworms & Alphas Book 1)


A woman of words! A man of action! One hot mess!

She needs peace and quiet. He’s a distraction.
She wants to be left alone. He’s inevitable.
She has a writer’s block. He might be the cure.

The only thing Jessica Slade wanted was some peace and quiet, and to finally finish her book.
So, a place called A Drop of Paradise was supposed to do the trick. With its stunning sandy beaches, crystal clear, aquamarine waters and tropical sunsets, it was supposed to cure more than a writer’s block. But, when an unfortunate series of events leaves her stranded on a remote island with an overbearing, arrogant, roguish, but ruggedly handsome stranger, her life starts to seem much more like the romance novels that she writes about.
Broad-shouldered Mike Stone is irresistible, sexy and cooler than a mojito in your hand, and maybe even a perfect, muscled ideal for the cover of her next novel, but not all the imagination in the world could prepare her for what can happen between two strangers on a spit of sand, when sparks start to fly and anger turns to lust.

Note from the author:
A Drop of Paradise
is the first book in the series Bookworms & Alphas!
Each book is a standalone and can be read separately, although it’s recommended that the books are read in a suggested reading order.
The second book is coming out in 2018!

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The Sword is Whet by William Crow Johnson

The Sword is Whet


Sheriff Earl (Tip) Tungate must stop whoever is behind a series of ghastly murders in normally peaceful Sedalia, Indiana.

Mysteriously, the FBI and the local prosecutor order him off the cases. But he persists. Then he learns their reasons.

These are not just murders, but part of a terrifying terrorist plot aimed at the entire United States.

And Tip knows what the FBI doesn’t. Only he can stop it.

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Deliverance Mary Fields by Miantae Metcalf McConnell

Deliverance Mary Fields, First African American Woman Star Route Mail Carrier in the United States: A Montana History


AWARD WINNING CREATIVE NONFICTION BIOGRAPHY

1885 – 1914. Mary Fields, a fifty-three-year old second-generation slave, emancipated and residing in Toledo, receives news of her friend’s impending death. Remedies packed in her satchel, Mary rushes to board the Northern Pacific. Days later, she arrives in the Montana wilderness to find Mother Mary Amadeus lying on frozen earth in a broken-down cabin. Certain that the cloister of frostbit Ursuline nuns and their students, Indian girls rescued from nearby reservations, will not survive without assistance, Mary decides to stay.

She builds a hennery, makes repairs to living quarters, cares for stock, and treks into the mountains to provide food. Brushes with death do not deter her. Mary drives a horse and wagon through perilous terrain and sub zero blizzards to improve the lives of missionaries, homesteaders and Indians and, in the process, her own.

After weathering wolf attacks, wagon crashes and treacherous conspiracies by scoundrels, local politicians and the state’s first Catholic bishop, Mary Fields creates another daring plan. An avid patriot, she is determined to register for the vote. The price is high. Will she manifest her personal vision of independence?

PRAISE FOR DELIVERANCE

MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW

“Under McConnell’s hand, the atmosphere, frontier challenges, and landscapes of Montana come to life. Mary Fields is a true historical figure, dramatized in novel format. Her story will delight readers who look for a blend of accurate historical facts, hard-hitting drama, and realistic scenes powered by a feisty protagonist whose values and concerns become part of the social changes sweeping the nation.”—Diane Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

Miantae Metcalf McConnell has fashioned a historical narrative marrying prose and poetry, fact with creative writing. With the discerning eye of a photographer, the deft hand of a historian, and the literary heart of a poet, the life of Mary Fields, legendary black woman of Montana, rises majestically off the page into living history. If the reader has any interest in Mary Fields, aka Stagecoach Mary, Deliverance is the one book you must read.—Michael Searles, Author, Emeritus Professor of History, Augusta University, Georgia

Miantae Metcalf McConnell provides us with a great story and history of Mary Fields, an important black westerner. A must read for youths and adults. —Bruce Glasrud, Author, Professor Emeritus, California State University

WISHING SHELF U.K. 2016 Finalist Nonfiction

REVIEWS
‘Powerfully written with excellent characterization. The author knows her history and seamlessly has her characters live within it. Wonderful cover too.’

‘This author works wonders with her pen. The prose really is lovely; every sentence is a joy to read. A fascinating tell on the life of Stagecoach Mary.’

‘… a well-researched, thoroughly enjoyable novel based on a strong, black woman living in the west. I’d highly recommend it anybody.’

‘…Rich pickings for any history student.’

‘Excellent in many ways. I particularly enjoyed the chapters on women’s right to vote. This was very well researched; I’d recommend it to history students. It’s so well written I had no idea what happened and what didn’t. I always enjoy books
with a strong female hero.’

‘A fascinating, hard-hitting saga. A FINALIST and highly recommended.’ The Wishing Shelf Book Awards

MIANTAE METCALF MCCONNELL’S RESEARCH enabled USPS historians to verify Mary Fields as the first African American woman star route mail carrier in the U.S. A fact-based chronicle of Fields’ life in Montana from 1885 until her death, the narrative examines women rights, bootleg politics, Montana’s turn-of-the-century transition from territory to state and its scandalous 1914 woman suffrage election.

AWARDS
Finalist Chanticleer Laramie Awards 2016
Finalist Wishing Shelf Awards 2016

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