Brothers Of The Sword/Children Of Time By Michael Reisig

BrothersBig As the prequel to Michael Reisig’s best-selling novel “The New Madrid Run,” Brothers of the Sword/Children of Time” is a swashbuckling adventure tale that encompasses two complete novels spanning 300 years—bound together by a lost Spanish treasure and the eternal journey of spirit and soul. A captivating tale of the past and the present—of romance, rescue, and revenge. Brothers of the Sword: 1668—Englishman Trevor Holte sails for Barbados and the West Indies in search of adventure, but the challenges he encounters are beyond his wildest dreams—the brutal Spanish, a hidden treasure, a buccaneer king, and the beautiful Anne Catherine. However, some treasures outlive the men who bury them. . . Children of Time: 1980—Three adventurers set out from Key West in search of a lost treasure on the Isle of Tortue, off the coast of Haiti. Equipped with an ancient parchment and a handful of clues, they embark on a journey that carries them back across time, and they uncover far more than a treasure—they discover the power of friendship and faith, and come to realize that, some things are forever . . .

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Author Bio: Michael Reisig has been writing professionally for almost two decades. He is a former newspaper editor and publisher, an award-winning columnist, and a best-selling novelist. He is the author of ten novels. His works have been optioned for motion pictures, sold to overseas publishers, and produced for e-book and audio book format. Visit his website at for more information on his latest best-sellers.

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Siege of the Heart by Elise Cyr

ImageSiege of the Heart:

He fought for king and country, but that battle was nothing compared to the one he’ll wage for a woman’s heart.

Still reeling from the news of her father’s death during the Norman Conquest, Isabel Dumont is unprepared when trouble arrives at the castle gates. Alexandre d’Évreux, a Norman knight with close ties to England’s new king, has arrived to secure the land and the loyalties of the Dumont family. Desperate to protect her people, Isabel strives to keep the confounding knight at arm’s length and hide the truth about her father’s death.

For Alexandre, the spoils of war come with more than just a generous gift of land. They come with Isabel Dumont. Vowing to marry only for love, Alexandre finds himself in a difficult situation as a conqueror granted dominion over the land and its people. Isabel is the one person capable of helping him win the regard of those living in the war-torn country…if he chooses to accept her.

Just when Alexandre finds a spark of hope that he and Isabel have a chance at love, she vanishes. His quest to find her plunges him deeper into the conquest’s fallout. Was she taken? Or did she leave?

CONTENT WARNING: Entering into this novel may cause extreme affection toward knights of old, admiration for strong-willed women, and the overwhelming belief that love really can conquer all.

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They stood there like hunter and prey, but she would be no man’s quarry.

“I am Alexandre d’Évreux. But you, my dear, can call me Alex. I am here to escort Lord Dumont and his family to London, where he is to greet King William. I chose to ignore your questionable arrival when you were with fever.” He walked toward her with a decided prowl to his gait. “Now, I will wait no longer for answers.”

Isabel lifted her chin. “I have questions of my own.”

“I am sure. But first, Lady Isabel, you will explain to me why Matilde thought it necessary to hide your identity from me.”

“I know not.” Her gaze swept over him once more. “Perhaps she thought your intentions were dishonorable.”

A muscle worked in his jaw. “Matilde is extremely loyal to you, no doubt. I assure you, I am acting under orders from William himself. No harm will come to you or your family, but I expect your cooperation.”

She stiffened. “Am I a prisoner?”

“Non, not unless you refuse to cooperate. I only intend to be your family’s escort to London. How easy or difficult that is will be up to you.”

About Elise Cyr:

I’ve always loved adventure, romance, and happy endings. I write primarily in the medieval period. Because there’s still so much we don’t know about that time in history, the writer’s imagination is essential for fleshing out the research and making it come to life on the page. Plus swords and castles are just plain fun.

I live in New Mexico with my husband and the sweetest dog ever. When I’m not writing, I hike, bike, cook, and (of course) read. You can follow me on Twitter,PinterestGoodreads, or check out my blog



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The Angel’s Covenant by Lynn Landes

The_Angels_Covenant_850Elina will never forget the dark angel who came to her village and killed her family. She holds his image close to her heart, waiting for her chance to avenge those she loved. She does not know why she was chosen to save humanity, only that she is in a race against time itself. The Fallen will stop at nothing to get to her. Malach is her guardian angel chosen to protect and train her. She should not have feelings for him; she fights it every day. In the quiet moments they hear the whispered question “Are you Shadow or Light?” It is the question they struggle with. Each stolen glance and soft touch brings them closer to breaking the Angel’s Covenant.

Malach is an archangel chosen as the Guardian of Hope. His promise was to protect and guide her until she is ready to reunite her people. Trouble is brewing amongst the angels. Some feel that humanity is the problem, but Malach knows the truth. Humanity is the key to peace. Elina is the only hope they have against the dark angel, for he is building an army bent on ruling Heaven and Earth.

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The Tarnished Shooter by Charles James

BookCoverPreview5.doWhat happens to people who are constantly berated and pushed around by abusive parents and society? Some end up in prison. Some submit to committing suicide. Then there are the few who rebel, but keep trying to succeed no matter what the odds are.

…“The Tarnished Shooter” is a compelling five star story of adversity, adventure and the consequences of the choices one makes and is based on actual events. This is a book you won’t forget for a long, long time…

Everyday decisions hang on an invisible string, pulling each and every one of us into an unknown future. Right or wrong, every choice we make today will effect many tomorrows.

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“The Tarnished Shooter” by Charles James is a stunning and captivating book.I have read my share of childhood stories (or memoirs of that kind) but this is quite unique with its honest style and very sensible, intelligent and down to earth approach. The family background, abuse and bullying that our fictional anti-hero suffers are never once used as an excuse for the wrong decisions and choices in his life but serve merely as an explanation and helpful illustration of the reality of such a childhood and its possible consequences.

Young Frank moves into a less friendly neighborhood and easily gets drawn in with the wrong people. What starts of as dares and exercises in masculinity become smaller and then increasingly bigger transgressions into illegality.

The 1960s and 1970s are providing an excellent background as the time between youth rebellion with a cause and a last rise of the authoritarian approach to silence opposition. Frank ends up in prison and thanks to the well chosen direct-narrative-style the reader can share his experience of it and his thoughts.

He is thankfully not a victim but a reformed sinner and someone who has learned his lesson and who wants to pass this wisdom on to others, to be a role model. The narrator takes responsibility for his actions and encourages readers to learn from his mistake.

This is written so realistically that it feels like a real memoir and I am not surprised to learn that this is based on a real story.
A very impressive and important book that I cannot recommend highly enough.

Author Biography:

Author, Charles James, a former Marine wrote his first novel titled, “The Tarnished Shooter” from bits and pieces of his own hardscrabble past. At the age of twelve he was forced to fend for himself. To earn money when he was a boy he shined shoes in one of the roughest bars in town. He reveals his experiences and the hard lessons learned.
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The Enemy of Mankind by Suryadevara Ram Mohan Rao

Enemy_of_MankindWill Humanity Pay the Ultimate Price for One Man’s Arrogance? When the Roslin Institute in Scotland cloned Dolly the sheep, the scientific and ethical repercussions were immediate and vast. What would this mean for the field of human cloning? The Enemy of Mankind is a compelling science fiction thriller that explores the consequences of man taking God’s role. Dr. Brian Taylor, a famous geneticist, knows more than anyone else about human genetic engineering…but he also lives with a terrible secret. His dedicated students, Monty and Liza, will be drawn into his secret in ways that will impact not only them, but everyone around them. Meanwhile, they are dealing with secrets and moral dilemmas of their own-including a forbidden love that Dr. Taylor’s work may be able to solve…but at what cost? With an amazing conclusion that returns humanity to the wellspring of faith for its own salvation, The Enemy of Mankind is a masterful study of human nature, and what happens when humans choose unnatural paths.




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Suryadevara Ram Mohan Rao is a renowned Indian author of literary fiction who has attained the distinction of having written the largest number of novels in the Telugu dialect. The Enemy of Mankind was one of his masterpieces, introducing science fiction elements into the context of traditional family dynamics. His novels have received tremendous acclaim and have been translated into other local Indian dialects, as well as being selected as the basis for films, television series, and awards. One of his most memorable moments was receiving “Literary Excellence Award” from Dr. Pat Quinn, the Governor of Illinois, in 2009. Mr. Suryadevara currently resides in Hyderabad, India, where he continues to write for his expanding audience.



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Cold Energy by James M Corkill

CE for advertising. 1563x2494When the Polar Ice Sheet mysteriously expands by thousands of square miles, the sudden freezing temperature begins to alter the weather patterns on a global scale. At the same instant, an earthquake destroys the City of Victoria Canada, and awakens the sleeping Mount Baker volcano north of Seattle.

Alex joins the owner and scientists on the research ship, Mystic, who had accidently activate a mysterious device deep in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Washington. Soon they discover that another strange device has been activated in the Arctic Ocean, and is causing the increasing size of the Polar Ice sheet. If it continues, the world will enter a new ice age.

As they begin a harrowing journey to locate the device and shut it down, they don’t realize that the Captain and his first mate plan to murder the crew and steal the Mystic before they complete the mission. Will Alex and the scientists succeed and save the planet? Or will humanity be extinguished by COLD ENERGY.


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The Hacktivist by R J Webster

ImageYoung, passionate and radicalized after exposure to the poverty in Haiti, Jack becomes a hacker for a cause. He learns about botnets, rootkits, crimeware creation kits, anti-forensics and cryptography. He eventually tries to leverage it to help the poor. If the money trail leads to charities, how can he ever be caught?

The Hacktivist is the story of the evolution of a hacker but it is also a primer on information security topics. It provides a high level description of the techniques used to hack our computers and the tools we can use to protect ourselves and our internet financial transactions. After reading this book, one should have a good understanding of what it really means to use a credit card on the Internet.

The author is an expert in information security with years of experience working internationally. He holds two masters degrees in information technology including one in information security from James Madison University. He has experience defending and attacking computer systems. His hope is that this book will help people understand the risks and threats on the Internet and provide them some guidance on how to defend themselves. He also strongly hopes that you will join him in trying to do more to help the poor but in legitimate ways. Hacking is a crime that hurts everyone. Generosity and kindness is the way.

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