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Paddle for a Purpose

What sane fifty-year-olds would dare a Tom Sawyer-like float trip from the headwaters of the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico? Barb and Gene Geiger, not only achieved a five-month river trip in a tandem kayak but survived for Barb to write a memoir, “Paddle for a Purpose.” With planning, much prayer and perseverance, the ...

Paloma In A Pickle

Paloma In A Pickle is an enthralling contemporary romance novel by award-winning author Annette G. Anders. It is the second installment in the Colors of Happiness Series. Paloma In A Pickle tells the story of the passionate journey of two unforgettable characters - Paloma Schlemmer, the efficient manager of her friend Carla's catering business ...

Paper Forests

Immerse yourself in the captivating and mind-bending world of "Paper Forest" by Tegan Anderson. It is a thrilling journey that explores intriguing psychological depths. The author discloses to the readers that the novel delves into sensitive topics such as an exploration of mental and terminal illness, along with a daring mix of violence ...

Paradise 69

Paradise 69 by Ed Silva is an erotic novel about four teenage girls who go to the island of Tahiti to celebrate their graduation from high school and to have fun meeting new men from all over the world. The protagonist is 18-year-old Scarlett De Santis, who relates the adventures she and her three friends experience during their stay in Tahiti. Scarlett ...

Path of the Guiding Light

Author, Sharon K. Middleton, has written another intriguing historical novel in Path of the Guiding Light. The author’s ability to tell fascinating romantic and highly imaginative adventure stories with historically precise details is amazing. With time travel as an integral part of the plot, she accurately incorporates different historical ...


The cover design and the first paragraph of Pearl by Karleen Staible compels the reader to become immersed in this incredible story. In contrast to typical writing format, Chapter one, titled “Prelude”, is actually a teaser of later plot development.  Chapter two jumps right into the electricity of the illicit love story of ...

Pestilence (Second Son Chronicles)

The title of Pestilence, by Pamela Taylor, refers to one of the definitions of the word and sets the scene for this historical, Renaissance-era fiction. Pestilence is “something that is destructive or pernicious" (Merriam-Webster Dictionary), and from the introductory paragraphs with King Edward dead, family conflict pits brother against ...

Phoenix: By the Sword (The Phoenix Trilogy)

Phoenix: By the Sword, by Jackie Anders is the second novel in the author’s The Phoenix Trilogy. As a stand-alone, the reader will be shocked by an unexpected plot twist that references back to the first volume. This semi-historical, thriller involves time-travel as well as romance involving not one, but two couples. 

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Plain Roots

Plain Roots by Becki Willis and published by Clear Creek Publishers is a contemporary cozy mystery at its best.  The novel is a convincing tale that will have you asking if it is a memoir or a novel - fiction or non-fiction?  The main character, Taryn Clark, is a very believable, determined and likable young woman with a quest. She ...


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