Scrambled ( A Susan Cramer Mystery) by Kathryn Elizabeth Jones

Scrambled_Cover_for_Kindle-mdWhat happens to an unhappy woman who leaves her husband only to discover that she may have just made a terrible mistake? So horrible, her choice threatens to end her very life?

Susan believes that the grass is greener on the other side. Not that her current life is bad, necessarily; it’s just boring and lifeless, kind of like the old matted rug on her dining room floor. Susan thinks her marriage has just grown – well, old. Her husband, Bob, has gained tremendous weight and continues to gain, and his health suffers. She must work at a job she hates full-time to provide the little sustenance they have. He, on the other hand, works very little (because of his health) and prefers spending his days watching television or surfing the Internet. Besides, there’s her problem of not getting pregnant that can’t help but contribute to his unhappiness.

Can Susan continue to live her life at the hotel knowing that she might be killed herself or imprisoned for life? Will she be able to find the real murderer with the help of the eccentric Ms. Martha Boaz?

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kathy2014Author bio:

Kathryn Elizabeth Jones is a lover of fiction and nonfiction. Her Susan Cramer Mystery series stems from her love of Nancy Drew Mysteries read as a teen and her love in later years for the popular television program, Murder She Wrote. When not writing mysteries, Kathryn dabbles in Christian fiction and nonfiction and helps other writers to live their writing dreams through the establishment of Idea Creations Press. You can contact Kathryn





PA Exposé by Kristal Baird

Aspiring journalist, Cally Hammond, believes she is undercover to expose dominating company executive, Jake Stone. However, she has been duped by her real boss, into undergoing training to become sexually submissive.

Jake is an enthusiastic master who exposes Cally to bondage, correction, and submission to his will. The shocking experience re-awakens a dormant side of Cally’s personality which Jake can’t help reacting to.

But both have a mission to fulfil. Will they succeed, and what secrets will be exposed in the process?

Vision by Galen Snowden & Cathy Newcomb

Madi has one wish—to not see demons anymore. In her darkest hour, things are about to get worse—she’s about to get her wish.

Madi sees demons, the very embodiment of the vices that stalk humanity. Gift or curse, it has never done anything good for her—only shown her how ugly the world truly is.

Her visions might have helped the night of Cassi’s accident—maybe she could have seen something, stopped it. But she ran—like always.

Now, with Cassi clinging to life, Madi struggles to keep herself and Vision Records from falling apart. The demons, however, have plans of their own.

Vision is available in paperback and Kindle editions (  For more information, check out and on Facebook at

Bio: Author

 Galen Snowden graduated from CNU with a degree in English. He currently works as a technical writer in Newport News, VA.
Cathy Newcomb has a degree in English and has worked in the field of Public Relations. Currently she runs a daytime program for toddlers and a photography business. She lives in the great Midwest with her husband and two boys. When she is not writing, teaching or taking photos, she loves to kayak and hit the archery range.
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Light Weaver by Carol Anne Strange

Light Weaver by Carol Anne Strange

 What if your world was no longer what it seemed? Strange and inexplicable things are happening in the Lakeland fells … light orbs dance over mossy crags, symbols miraculously appear in grassy lowlands, and Cali Silverthorn keeps disappearing into other worlds. Mobile librarian, Tom Philips, is captivated by free-spirited Cali but is struggling to make sense of her remarkable abilities and the escalating strangeness impacting ordinary rural life. As beliefs are challenged, Tom and Cali’s love becomes the only constant in a questionable reality as they face the heart-breaking realisation that Cali may soon disappear for good.

 Is Light Weaver calling your soaring soul?

Author Bio:

Carol Anne Strange is a writer of contemporary fiction with a fantastical twist. Her writing aims to feed the soul while leaving plenty of ‘what ifs?’ to tease the imagination. Born in Lancashire in the UK, and brought up in a former blacksmith’s cottage by the river, Carol’s childhood was filled with curiosity, nature, magic, and mystery. Her interest in life’s mysteries and the unexplained began a journey fuelled by fascination.

 Carol started writing as a profession in 1985. She has been widely published over the years and is a best-selling writer of many ghost-written titles. In 2011, she graduated with distinction from University College Falmouth with a MA Professional Writing. Light Weaver is her debut novel.

 To find out more about Carol and her latest news, visit

Silas Daniel Dyer / Sterngard’s Words both by Peter Damsberg

Silas Daniel Dyer, Biographical/Fiction – From 1888 to 1927 the

story of an ordinary man in extraordinary times. From the Pennsylvania to the Welsh Valleys and coal mining conflicts, and to the horrors of the First World War. 

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Sterngard’s Words, Science Fiction/Fantasy suitable for
teens/young adults – On a world where science has for long been
forbidden and progress halted, a chance has come to change the world.

A fight to replace myth and magic with belief in science and

technology, with help from an unexpected source. A young man,
Sterngard, returns from a time away from his people to find himself the
key to a great change in his world and its civilisations.



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Winds of Change by Mary Metcalfe

After losing her husband and daughter in a plane crash, Boston social worker Jennifer Barrett is rebuilding her life. Finding solace in her work, Jennifer helps young client Mark Powell find work at the seniors’ residence where her father lives. After learning Mark hasn’t seen his father, an internationally-known broadcast journalist, in over four years, she can’t understand how a father could abandon his only son to chase war stories.
When Jennifer meets Ben Powell, she is prepared to dislike him, despite his charm and affable manner. But, when he reveals he’s been battling post-traumatic stress disorder, she realizes he didn’t want to bring his demons home to Mark, who has suffered from clinical depression. As Jennifer gets to know Ben, she realizes there may be room in her heart for laughter and new love.
Lana Fitzpatrick, a close friend of Jennifer’s and a young nurse helping care for Jennifer’s father, is also a widow, raising her young son Danny alone. As Lana gets to know her handsome co-worker, Mark Powell, and sees him bonding with Danny, she finds her heart swelling with love. But, with his personal history, can he be trusted with their hearts?
As new family bonds form, all discover the power of friendship and love to overcome loss so they can face life with renewed hope.

 What Mary says about her book Winds of Change

I’ve always read that you should write about what you know. And in a very real sense, I am with Winds of Change. While I did extensive research on Boston, sailing and plant varieties, the ‘what I know’ part came from my heart. Readers will see a theme in my novels – disparate people being brought together and blending to build a new family. It’s what I didn’t have as a child and grew up yearning for. Now my characters will get their happy ever after because it’s my book and we’ll work together to make it happen!
I’m going out on an official dinner date. Jennifer rolled that thought around in her head as she closed up for the night and got the kettle ready for her morning tea. A real date with a good-looking man who looks to have some fire left in him.
Getting ready for bed, she wandered over to her closet and turned on the light inside. What to wear tomorrow night? She dug into the back of the closet and drew out her favorite little black dress. It was a classic. She checked the size tag and realized with some surprise it might actually be loose on her. Between yoga, spinning and all her other activities she had come down at least one size and maybe two.
Oh happy day, she thought. At last, a dress that didn’t shrink in the closet when I wasn’t looking. She decided to try it on just to be sure. A moment later she looked at herself in the mirror. Even without makeup she had to agree she still looked pretty good. No high heels any more but the copper-toned patent pumps looked pretty. Add a bit of jewelry, a wide belt to show off her trimming waistline and she might turn a head or two. Just one certain head would be fine.
I have a date! Better get my beauty sleep, she thought, and toddled off towards the large roomy bed that might have a visitor soon. She mentally wiped out that thought, ordering herself to get her mind back into safer territory. But, the idea snuck right back in. The handsome man she’d secretly lusted after for years was now flesh and blood. And, he was a completely down to earth human being who was fascinating to talk to and very easy to look at. Who knew a man could be eye candy at his age?
Jennifer mentally chided herself for letting her imagination run wild. But, it wasn’t her imagination. Ben was very real, very male and very, very tempting. Who could resist? She smiled dreamily and snuggled into her pillow.

About Mary

Mary lives and breathes writing and editing. When not working as a writer/editor in her day job, she’s editing novels and manuscripts or working on one of her novels. With Winds of Change as her debut in women’s fiction, New Beginningswill follow this fall with a strong suspense angle. Road to Tomorrow comes up next and continues her small-town series featuring a cast of warm and not-so-warm characters.
Each of Mary’s novels deal with social and medical issues as sub-themes. Winds of Change explores PTSD and clinical depression, while New Beginningslooks into the socio/psychopathic personality. Road to Tomorrow exposes some of the life-changing effects of Traumatic Brain Injuries through a secondary character. Never clinical, each story is focused on the main characters and their journey towards a more fulfilling future.
Mary coined the moniker Lakefront Muse to reflect on the influence that living by the water in rural Quebec, Canada has on her writing inspiration. A lifelong swimmer and Cancerian water baby, being by the water allows her a place to let her imagination work its magic.

Connect with Mary
Twitter: @MetcalfeMary

The Blink Stone by James R. Pesek

In a land where magic is said to have died in the Old World in a final climactic battle during the End Wars, where sorcery is the stuff of legend three young thieves discover the contrary. Magic is alive, the black market abounds with relics of power from an ancient time and there are plenty of people within the city-state of Amishval who will do just about anything to rediscover the secrets left of that earlier age. A young thief, believing a dream he has of a purse that looks like a tiny dragon filled with a hand full of gold coins to be a premonition, involves his small crew in a risky venture into the Silks Market to pick the pocket of a wealthy merchant. But will the lie he tells one of his crew be worth the score? Will the voice of a dragon that invades his mind signal that his luck has finally run out? The dream proves to be reality and the crew, although split up in the process, come away with a purse that has a gold stitched dragon full of gold coins – and a little something else. In an effort to reunite they find themselves beset on all sides by different groups who want what the purse contains. So begins a single day that will change the lives of three young thieves, barely more than beggars, thrusting them into the underbelly of a complex city where there are men with truth potions, Bone Pickers who summon demons, a Thieves Guild led by a Master bent on eternal life and a guard leader with a sixth sense.

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Author Bio:

James Pesek (1971-) was born in San Diego Californiato an AmericaFather of Czech decent and a Spanish Mother. His early years were that of a Navy brat; he lived in California, Maine, Pennsylvania, Spain and finally Florida where his father retired. James attended Flagler Collegein St. Augustine Florida as a Commercial Art Major, joined the Navy afterwards and worked as an Electronics Technician. The Blink Stone is James’ first completed novel.

James is an eternal hobbiest and enjoys oil painting, wood work, scuba diving, fossil hunting, antique collecting, 3D modeling, model ship building, travel and metal detecting (he once found a bomb in a relatives front yard!) to name a few. He is, in no uncertain terms, a Jack of All Trades (and of course, master of…).

James currently resides in Orange Park Florida with his wife of six years, two cats and a host of squirrels who won’t leave his bird feeder alone.