SALE || Summer Isn’t Over Yet

Summer is winding down, but it’s not over yet!

 

Now is a great time to pick up these great ebook titles at a discount!
Act now, because these prices are only good through August 31, 2015!

* CORRECTION: We had previously listed the sale ending on August 1 and that is incorrect! The sale is from now through August 31, 2015. Sorry for any confusion!

* Sale Prices on Amazon Kindle and Smashwords

 

Regular $4.99 ||  NOW $2.99

"Cry of the Sea" by D.G. Driver   "Into the Deep" by Missy Fleming   "Love You to Death" by Melissa March

"A Door Just Opened" by Dorothy Stephens   "Roots Entwine" by Victoria Bastedo   "Happily Never After" by Missy Fleming

"Waiting for Dusk" - Nancy Pennick   "The Haunting of Secrets" by Shelley Pickens   "The Cat That Went to Homecoming" by Julie Otzelberger

"Dark Muse" by David Simms   "Twell" by Kate O'Leary   "Good Vs. Evil High" by April Marcom

"Song Magick" by Elisabeth Hamill

 

Regular $3.99 || NOW $1.99

"Hourglass" by Pauline C. Harris   "Bind Our Loving Souls" by April Marcom   "Twenty Minutes Late" by Caroline Crane

"Emma and the Cutting Horse" by Martha Deering

 

New Books || June 26, 2014

 

2014-06-26

I am so excited to announce this months releases!

“Twell and the Army of Powers” is a fantastic story set in a dystopian future. There’s a little bit of action and a little bit of romance, complete with super powers.

“Mira’s View” is the first in The Sword of Lumina series. If you like fantasy quests and elves then you are in for a treat.

“Good Vs. Evil High” is exactly what it sounds like. A high school for “good” kids rivaling a high school for “evil” kids. Throw in some Romeo & Juliet romance and you’ve got entertainment galore.

And finally, “Emma and the Cutting Horse” is a keeper for the horse lovers out there. Will Emma’s horse become a champion cutting horse? Read on to find out!


 

Twell and the Army of Powers by Kate O'LearyTwell and the Army of Powers

The Como Chronicles #1

by Kate O’Leary

Twell lives in the new world of Como, and has always neglected her telekinetic gifts, desiring to be ‘normal.’ Her biggest drama in life is having to be genetically partnered with a boy she doesn’t know or love by her next birthday. Unfortunately she loves her best friend, who loves the girl she hates most, and Twell is left frustrated & heartbroken.

 When Twell is requested alongside several other teens to develop her skills for the protection of Como, she reluctantly agrees to the training, and finds herself thrown into all sorts of mental and physical challenges.

 Handsome, charismatic Jonaz, is gifted with the power of healing. According to Twell he’s an infuriating prat who delights in provoking her. But first impressions have always been her downfall.

 When Como is attacked, life as Twell knows it is changed forever, with devastating consequences. With no choice but to fight, Twell risks her life to protect those who have survived, coming up against unexpected dangers she could never anticipate. Will she survive, and if so will she be matched to a stranger when the one she is growing to love is destined to another?


Mira's View by Erin ElliottMira’s View

The Sword of Lumina #1

by Erin Elliott

In a world ruled by the dark, what would you do to see the light again?

Galena is just like every other elf, enslaved by the powerful Rau. Once a beautiful and powerful race, the elves have been reduced to slave labor in the mines of Rau. Galena grew up hearing the stories of old about a sword, when wielded by the right elf, ending Rau’s tyranny. Unsure if she believes these stories, she finds herself plunged into a world unfamiliar to her, hunted by Rau for her unnatural magical abilities. Will she find the sword promised to her people? Or will she fall prey to the idea of a sword that doesn’t exist?


Good Vs. Evil High by April MarcomGood Vs. Evil High

by April Marcom

Deadly disaster strikes when Good falls in love with Evil.

Kristine’s just been adopted into North Haven High, an ice castle hidden in the farthest reaches of the north for orphaned teenagers who possess an unfailing disposition for good. And she’s just in time for their Winter Competitions, a rivalry held each year between NHHS and Southland Cinder High, a school made up of the exact opposite sort of teens. Here she finds Knight, a Cinder she grew up with but lost contact with years ago. And even though it’s forbidden, she begins to fall for him. Of course, her North Haven boyfriend’s got a thing or two to say about that. But Kristine doesn’t care. She’s happier than she’s been in years as she gets closer and closer to the man she’s falling completely in love with and having crazy fun with her new roommates.

Unfortunately it’s short lived, because everything begins going wrong.


Emma and the Cutting Horse by Martha DeeringerEmma and the Cutting Horse

by Martha Deeringer

When Emma Dean’s parents buy a plain sorrel mare with slightly crooked knees at a prestigious horse sale, Emma isn’t sure whether to be elated or disappointed. Cranky and irascible, the mare refuses to warm up to people or other horses. After she dumps Emma in the dirt on her first ride, Emma’s dad loads the mare in a trailer and takes her to a trainer to protect his daughter from the bumps, bruises and broken bones that can result from riding a cantankerous 2 year-old.

At first the mare seems like an outlaw, but beneath her plain red coat and independent attitude, the trainer slowly uncovers a surprising streak of hidden talent and an unexpected natural balance and athletic ability. When a well-known cutting horse trainer approaches Emma’s parents about training the mare for the NCHA Futurity, the family must make a difficult decision. Should they stretch their already strained budget to pay for training and futurity nomination fees? Could such a hardheaded little mare become a champion cutting horse?