The True Story of Happily Ever After by Melodie Starkey

“…and they all lived happily ever after…” We’ve all read that line, sighed and wished it was us. But what is happily ever after? Set in the Bay Area during the Reagan era, The True Story of Happily Ever After chronicles the story of playwright Ari Singer as he moves to the San Francisco area to get a fresh start after a bad breakup with his first serious boyfriend. He never plans to befriend a budding novelist with a load of relationship baggage of her own and an entourage of colorful friends who accept him into their ranks without ado. Follow Ari and Seymour’s journey toward that elusive “happily ever after,” as they walk an unconventional path through non-monogamous relationships, bisexuality, marriage, and parenthood.

Author: Melodie Starkey

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Jilted by Jean L. Kuhnke

JiltedValerie sat in her wedding dress trying to understand what went wrong after Dillan left her standing at the alter. She and her father had to explain to their guests why there would not be a marriage ceremony. The humiliation alone was enough to make her fall apart, but with the help from her father, they made it through the afternoon encouraging their guests to enjoy the prepared celebration meal.As she sat on the steps in her back yard, she determined to fulfill a childhood dream and go to the ocean cottage she reserved for their wedding trip. It was not exactly how she planned to spend her honeymoon, but it was something she always wanted to do. Many of the people she met along the way helped her to adjust to her new reality.The excitement of experiencing her lifelong dream, Valerie blossomed as she explored the shore of Edgewater Cove until she met Rachael, a woman able to identify with the jilted bride. Rachael and Valerie helped each other overcome circumstances they had no control over in the first place. When Garth showed up with his daughter, Clara, Valerie learned what it meant to love someone the way a man and woman were expected to.

Author: Jean L. Kuhnke

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Blossoming Bones by Décio Coelho

Be careful as you approach the garden of spinal thorns: some of the flowers and bones are too fragile and too helpless, others are spiky and unbent. They can sting or heal you. The same applies to words. Some of them will soothe you, make you feel loose, and some may hurt you, like an unavoidable truth you never wanted to hear. But in the end, you will know that it was all needed, so you could grow into the beautifully-ornamented skeleton you support, flourished and blossomed. With spikes and all.This is an autopsy of the heart and the soul of the young.

Author: Décio Coelho

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Zan Duun’s Resistance (Planets of Equality Book 1) by Terri J. Taber

Equality is a basic living right to most civilations in the Republic Alliance of stars. But not for Zan Duun, On Zan Duun homosexuality is punishable by death. On Zan Duun everything is controlled by the Society, what you eat, what you do, who you marry.Miranda Ashur had had enough of it and when her personal guard told her that she had feelings for her, Miranda took a chance and fled Zan Duun to the Republic.But she couldn’t just stand by and let the injustices that were going on on her planet stay the way they were so she returned and found out the truth of who was behind all of the Society’s rules.

Author: Terri J. Taber

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Flovely – Adventures on the Houseboat by Siegfried Freudenfels

“Flovely – Adventures on the Houseboat” is a lovingly written children’s book for children from three to six. The cheerful adventure story tells of an exciting outing on a boat with Flovely and her friends. Positive character traits like friendship, team spirit and trust are essential in the story and are conveyed to the children playfully. Together with her friends Flovely makes an adventurous boat trip on the rainbow river. As a team the friends repair the old houseboat, make new friends and build a great pirate’s camp at a wonderful beach. During an exciting hike in the night the adventurers watch the animals of the forest and afterwards have a glittering feast round the camp fire.  This is a free children’s book. Flovely presents high quality children’s books for free, which have been developed in cooperation with educators.

Author: Siegfried Freudenfels

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Archibald by Del Fuego, Miguel

Archibald, a young man from earth’s surface, is mistakenly brought to a subterranean civilization, and is thrust into a class conflict where weapons built with a strange element threaten to destroy the entire population. Faced with the choice of helping the very civilization that robbed him of his life above, or dying with them, Archibald’s world is turned upside down.Excerpt:”Arch gazed at the flower, captivated by its oddity and size. Just as he turned to go back through the tunnel, he noticed a dull light coming from inside the petals. It was so faint he thought it was just his eyes playing tricks, but as he stared, the glow became unmistakable. He slowly stepped closer to the light, which began to illuminate the petals as its glow grew. Light started to hit the stone in the enclosure, illuminating the walls to reveal engraved writing. But Arch only saw the flower. He looked inside the petals, at the peculiar, soft, captivating radiance. It rolled and flickered like a living flame across the golden petals. Arch didn’t sense the outer leaves of the plant, which he stood on, slowly rise, lifting him closer to the light. He vaguely sensed a smell, a smell that put his mind in a faraway place. And then darkness.”

Author: Del Fuego, Miguel

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Diary of a Teenage Minecraft Zombie Villager – Book 2 : Unofficial Minecraft Books for Kids, Teens, & Nerds – Adventure Fan Fiction Diary Series (Skeleton … – Devdan the Teen Zombie Villager) by Skeleton Steve

Love MINECRAFT? **Over 26,000 words of kid-friendly fun!**This high-quality fan fiction fantasy diary book is for kids, teens, and nerdy grown-ups who love to read epic stories about their favorite game!Help with the ‘Zombie Problem’Now that Devdan has found his way home and remembers who he is, the teenage zombie villager is desperate to find a way to reverse his ‘zombie problem’ and go back to his old life AND be accepted by his father again! When a traveling witch named Worla offers to help him transform back to normal, Devdan is happy to perform some errands for her in exchange for such assistance! But, even with the help of Skeleton Steve and Sir Zebulon the Zombie Knight (and Mr. Whiskers the cat!), can they sneak into Minecraft Steve’s castle to do as she asks? And when Worla reveals that a rival witch–a swamp voodoo master–is the monster that killed Devdan and his mother, will the teenage zombie villager be able to get his revenge??Love Minecraft adventure??Read Book 2 of Teenage Zombie Villager … now!Join the Skeleton Steve Club! Check out my main website for details–it’s in the book!(Get free Minecraft goodies, tips, books, maps, skins, seeds, and more!)Author’s Note: This is an unofficial Minecraft book. Minecraft is a registered trademark of, and owned by, Mojang AB, and its respective owners, which do not approve, endorse, sponsor, or authorize this book.Minecraft®/TM & © 2009-2016 Mojang AB/Notch***Tags: Minecraft Book, game fiction, Minecraft Books for Kids and Teens, minecraft games, game stories, game books, game story books, minecraft tips, minecraft secrets handbook, Minecraft Stories, kids books, minecraft free, minecraft xbox, minecraft story mode, minecraft handbook free, minecraft creepypasta, minecraft diary of a wimpy, game fanfiction, minecraft game, minecraft story book, Minecraft Steve series, minecraft journal book, minecraft comics, free kids books, Minecraft Kids Book, minecraft books for kids, Minecraft Villagers, Minecraft Creeper, herobrine, Minecraft Skeleton Steve, minecraftales, minecraft fanfiction, minecraft diaries, minecraft tales, minecraft short stories, minecraft gift, minecraft short story.

Author: Skeleton Steve

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Arabelle: And The Star Crystal (Arabelle’s Adventures Book 1) by Julia Stilchen

Arabelle’s Adventures Chapter Book SeriesVenture off into the magical land of Wistaria where there are mages, elves, fairies, mermaids, magical creatures, and more!Arabelle is looking forward to obtaining her first magical star at the Starfall Ceremony. When the day finally arrives, her best friend Yunika goes missing. Will Arabelle be able to find her bff and still make it to the Starfall Ceremony in time to catch her first falling star?Arabelle is the youngest of all mages. She doesn’t let that stop her from trying her best. Even if it means confronting dragons, traveling throughout the twists and turns in the land of Wistaria, and taking on any challenge she encounters. Seeking to improve her skills, she teams up with her besties on a fun filled magical adventure.Set in a fantasy setting filled with magical adventures, each story encourages imagination while lightly addressing topics of universal themes: self-esteem, self-acceptance, teamwork, friendship, and problem solving skills.

Author: Julia Stilchen

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Gun Wages by Alan David

Crick Bender’s father never agreed with guns. Crick Bender’s father was a good man. But everything changed when he was shot dead whilst holding an empty shotgun.Crick had his revenge, but it wasn’t enough. He’s on a mission to clean up any town that will pay him and this time that town is Juniper Creek – where Jake Riley and his gang have taken the place over.With no Sheriff around, Juniper Creek is under Riley’s thumb, but when Frank Miller calls Crick in, Riley’s days are soon to be numbered.Living under the alias Tom East, Crick sure picked a bad time to run into an old friend – let alone two of them.Bullets soon see to Shotgun Joe, but it’s another ghost from the past, Adabelle, who might bring more trouble.And then there’s Frank Miller’s daughter, Pearl.Crick falls instantly for the beautiful Pearl, but are their worlds too far apart for them to ever come together? Can Crick save the town, take down Jake Riley and get the girl?It’s looking less likely by the day. Praise for Alan David’A classic of the genre.’ – Tom Kasey, bestselling author of Trade Off.Alan David is a prolific writer of over 500 novels in a wide range of genres, from classic westerns, to historical thrillers. Pioneering Press is an imprint of Endeavour Press, the UK’s leading independent digital publisher. We publish new and classic westerns by authors from the US and the UK.Follow us on Twitter: @PioneeringPressGoodreads: www.goodreads.com/PioneeringPress

Author: Alan David

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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