Smith — Angel of Tears

Angel of Tears
by Irene Smith

In 1947, Summer Sobieski is sent to live with Polish relatives in Detroit. Enrolled in Catholic School, she is ridiculed for her name and her mother’s mental illness. When Alva Watson, an aging albino, moves into a long vacant house next door, she is feared and shunned. Summer sees something in Alva that no one else recognizes. The relationship between the two misfits affects the lives of everyone around them.

Summer’s reunion with her parents is less than desirable. Overwhelmed with family issues, spiritual conflicts, and two female tormentors, Summer unwittingly causes a shocking mishap. The consequences are harrowing; redemption and retribution follows.

Often humorous, this is a tale of innocence and ignorance, failure and faith, and the undeniable power of love. [more]

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Read to Death (Read Em and Eat Mystery)
by Terrie Farley Moran

 

The national bestselling author of Caught Read-Handed revisits Fort Myers Beach, Florida, where the proprietors of a local bookstore café occasionally take a stab at solving murder…
At their seaside Read ‘Em and Eat bookstore café, Sassy Cabot and Bridgy Mayfield offer fresh scones, great books, and excellent detective work… [more]

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Hayton — Naga Queen

Naga Queen
by Pauline Hayton

 

In late 1930s Britain, a young woman yearns for the exciting adventures that seem to be reserved exclusively for men. “Come visit me in India,” her friend Alexa writes, and Ursula Graham Bower does, unaware that Assam is where her dreams will come true. Flouting convention, she goes to live in the jungle-clad hills with reformed headhunters, the Zemi Nagas, where she finds fulfillment and a sense of purpose by recording their culture and providing much needed medical care. [more]

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Belle of the Glades: The Shell-Letter Adventure (Volume 1)
by Cheryl L Abney

 

From an Amazon reader review: “Belle of the Glades is a wonderful book. I loved how the book flowed and the story line kept my attention. The characters were so real and I felt like I connected with each and every one of them on a different level. I started reading the book and could not put it down. I also loved how while reading the book I felt like I could picture every location the author was talking about.” [more]

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Coloring Cafe-Cuppa Calm Coloring Journal: A Coloring Journal
by Ronnie Walter

 

Cuppa Calm, part of the popular Coloring Cafe- Coloring Books for Grown-up Girls series, combines pages for journaling and note taking with 35 different illustrations to color. The book features positive and uplifting messages to color by artist and writer Ronnie Walter, all done in her signature art style. It’s small enough to tuck into a purse or tote bag so you’ll never be without a place to write down your hopes and dreams while coloring the cute illustrations. Just don’t forget to bring the colored pencils!

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The Coloring Cafe-Volume One: A Coloring Book for Grown-Up Girls
by Ronnie Walter

Enjoy the relaxing and fun activity of coloring these adorable and girly illustrations, inspirational sayings and clever patterns in this new coloring book drawn by illustrator Ronnie Walter! 48 full page designs to color, each single sided so you can cut them out without damaging another of your masterpieces!

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Morgan McKinney’s Bigger-Than-Life Bedtime Story
by Doug MacGregor

Doug has a new Children’s Book out in time for the holidays. It stars Morgan McKinney, a big lovable kid who is rambunctious and full of energy. No one can jump like Morgan and no one has a feather pillow like Morgan. You know, the feather pillow with the DO NOT REMOVE tag on it. It isn t until his mother tells him a bedtime story on Christmas Eve that he discovers just what happens when the tag is pulled OFF. [more]

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Website: dougcreates.com

Turtellini The Turbo-Charged Turtle
by Doug MacGregor

Doug MacGregor, award winning Florida cartoonist, author and illustrator, has published a new fantastic children s book! Turtellini, The Turbo-Charged Turtle, is a 52-page book that will capture a child s heart, imagination and sense of wonder. Beautifully illustrated in full color, it stars Turtellini an inventor who happens to be a turtle. [more]

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Rad Hair Day
by Doug MacGregor

Rad Hair Day, is a 52-page book that will capture a child’s heart with a sense of wonder and purpose. Imaginatively illustrated, Rad Hair Day is a tall tale about the care for hair and a cause to share. It is dedicated to children struggling with special challenges that result in long-term medical hair loss. [more]

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Georgian Rider Chronicles: The Adventures of Georgian Riders in America
by Richard Alexis Georgian

 

Follow the adventures, romances, and tragedies of Georgian men and women who were seduced by the promise and opportunity of making a living in America. Their thrilling feats of horsemanship captured the imagination of the American cowboys to become the gold standard of trick riding through today. [more]

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website: richardgeorgian.com