Literature & Fiction

The Chronic Mansion

The Chronic Mansion

| August 19, 2017

This is the story of three school boys who are coming back from a friend’s birthday party at night. They saw a girl who is waiting for help due to over fueling of her car. They were a little drunk and raped her in the chronic mansion. Later they came to know that she was […]

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The Spears of Poseidon: A New Odyssey

The Spears of Poseidon: A New Odyssey

| August 17, 2017

The age of the heroes has past. Odysseus, Heracles and Theseus have all been committed to the earth. Still warmed by the embers of the Persian and Peloponnesian Wars, the world does not sit still. In Greece, the city-states manoeuvre against the Spartan hegemony. To the east, the Persians fight among themselves and to the […]

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The Sun God’s Heir: Return (Book One)

The Sun God’s Heir: Return (Book One)

| August 16, 2017

For three thousand years a hatred burns. In seventeenth century France two souls incarnate, one born the child of a prosperous merchant, the other, determined to continue a brutal incarnation begun long ago. In ancient Egypt, there were two brothers, disciples of the pharaoh, Akhenaten. When the pharaoh died, the physician took the knowledge given […]

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Sunflowers (Children’s Book, Kids Book, Bedtime Book, Ages 5-8)

Sunflowers (Children’s Book, Kids Book, Bedtime Book, Ages 5-8)

| August 16, 2017

This sweet and sunny story about modesty and beauty. Small sunflowers cannot compete with large sunflowers. But the day comes when everything changes. This story teaches children kindness and mercy. Colorful and vivid illustrations will help small readers to see the beauty of this good story.

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The Spanish Indecision

The Spanish Indecision

| August 15, 2017

Sun, sangria and a scantily clad gladiator- the girly getaway to Spain is just what Jenny George needs to get her head straight. Stuck in a rut at work and fed up with being single, Jenny is desperate to make some changes. The trouble is she’s too concerned about everyone else to sort her own […]

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Secrets Beyond the Garden

Secrets Beyond the Garden

| August 15, 2017

It’s 1961, and with the election of a new U.S. president, Coloreds finally have hope for a better life for their families. But in a small town in central Texas that hope remains illusive. Segregation and racism are pervasive. And in this town, where secrets rarely stay secret for long, the Harrison family endures an […]

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I Was Justin’s Nanny

I Was Justin’s Nanny

| August 13, 2017

The Liberal red tidal wave of support had receded, revealing a new prime minister on the Hill. It’s the daring, debonair Justin Prudhomme … and his delicious dark locks. Issues pile up quickly. The stuffed shirts and stiff collars need to be ironed out. A hungry media awaits their daily dish and there’s simply no […]

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The Last Diva

The Last Diva

| August 11, 2017

The 1980s belonged to pop sensation, Pearl Sorelle; she was so blindingly, scorchingly successful that, for just over a decade, she was pop music. She was the mainstream air that we all breathed, or at least the air that MTV and the car and workplace radios conducted into our heads. However by the late 1990s […]

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Aroon

Aroon

| August 11, 2017

Amidst the lush beauty of Tipperary, a darkness runs through Duncullen Estate. Young heir Richard Lynche is suffocating. Between his father’s disgust and mother’s plunge into drug-induced lethargy, his only solace are the arms of the new maid, Eveleen. Yet, mounting pressures give rise to chillingly ominous visions. Richard must destroy his parents’ chokehold and […]

All Roads Lead to Terror

All Roads Lead to Terror

| August 11, 2017

The Dreadland Chronicles is a post apocalyptic dark fantasy inspired by Stephen King’s Dark Tower series, that seeks to answer the following question. If Roland Deschain was the last gunslinger, who will be the first? They are three, bound by a fourth, coming together in a post apocalyptic world to confront a growing evil that […]

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