The Gods Have No Secrets (The Godskeep Trilogy Book 1) by Charlotte K. Stone

Dienna Darpentus is next in line to be the Keeper of the Gods, a role she must undertake after her brother Sonder abdicates the position for reasons unknown. As a series of mysteries begins to unfold, Dienna’s world is thrown into chaos by the arrival of a sorceress from the East, who unleashes an army on Dienna’s home. Now she, along with her lifelong friend, Meredith, must undertake a journey to reclaim the Godskeep, and discover for themselves if the gods truly have no secrets. 

Author: Charlotte K. Stone

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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A Zombie’s Guide to Being Dead by BRUUUGGGHHHHH

Are you or a loved one a zombie? Are you finding it hard to cope with missing limbs and aimless wandering? Do you need help figuring out what to do with your afterlife?

With BRUUUGGGHHHHH’s tried and tested techniques, not only can you have the afterlife that you deserve, but you can also learn to enjoy the ride.

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BRUUUGGGHHHHH is a new author and zombie, committed to bringing her fail proof techniques from the afterlife to the zombies in your life.

“A wonderful insight into the minds of the undead and the daily struggles that they have to overcome.” -H.A. Kinani

Author: BRUUUGGGHHHHH

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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A Family’s Killer by Soul

Unable to forget the loss of his uncle, Ric is a young man incomplete. Desperate to know what led to his death, he finds himself now searching for answers. It brings him to the steps of Frank LaMore, his uncle’s partner and lifelong friend, who despite retired and well in age, can never forget the remarkable man. As he recounts a path of scandal and greed, that plagued his last few days on Earth, Ric soon discovers the saying is true: “some things are better just left unsaid”.

Author: Soul

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The Light After The Darkness by D. R. Nguyen

“The Light after the Darkness,” is a journey through the highs and lows that life has to offer using poetry and prose. The book is divided into five chapters, with each chapter telling a different story from the most difficult moments in life to love and inspiration. This book is for anyone who’s ever felt pain, if you ever experience loss, if you ever felt love, this book is for you.

Author: D. R. Nguyen

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The Master Hunter and His Witty Ocelot (Book 4): Ocelot Olympics (An Unofficial Minecraft Diary Book for Kids Ages 9 – 12 (Preteen) by Mark Mulle

GENRE: Children’s Adventure (An Unofficial Minecraft Diary Book for Kids Ages 9 – 12 (Preteen)Hunter the Master Hunter is back! After fighting pirate ships in the sky, he and his pet ocelot, Trapper want to take a break. What better place to vacation than the tropical Ocelot Island?Once they get there, it turns out all the Ocelots are competing against one another in Olympic games?! Yeah! And Trapper gets in on the action when he finds his true life’s calling as a…Tic-Tac-Toe Archer? What in the world is that! Hunter gets caught up in his own heap of trouble when he meets a strange man named Record-Man Stan. He happens to own all the music discs on the seed, but it seems like he’s hiding something…Make no mistake; this is a high-octane edge-of-your-seat thrill ride that sets up another trilogy in the epic Master Hunter Diaries. If you love Minecraft, funny stories, cool adventures, and great characters, you’re going to love this book! Other books in this exciting Minecraft seriesBook 1: Ancient RelicBook 2: Nether DemonsBook 3: Flying Pirate ShipBook 5: Golem Guardians and Horse NinjasBook 6: The Castle at the End of the EndThis unofficial Minecraft book is not authorized, endorsed or sponsored by Microsoft Corp., Mojang AB, Notch Development AB or any other person or entity owning or controlling the rights of the Minecraft name, trademark or copyrights. All characters, names, places and other aspects of the game described herein are trademarked and owned by their respective owners. Minecraft®/ /TM & ©2009-2016 Mojang/Notch.

Author: Mark Mulle

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Reesy The Unicorn: Meets The Dragons (Book For Kids) (Fantasy Friends 1) by Curtis French

Reesy the unicorn has new neighbors. A family of dragons has moved into the mountains near her home of Rainbow Valley. Her family visits the dragons to welcome them, and a friendship is made between Reesy and a young boy dragon named Pip.This is a great book for young readers!

Author: Curtis French

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Jordan and the Children of the Revolution–Book 1 by Rebecca Marshall

Dwelling on the edge of Virginia’s southwestern frontier, Jordan’s childhood has remained mostly untouched by the hardships and perils of the late 1700s–until a Cherokee massacre sweeps through his village and takes everything away from him. Left with a growing band of orphans to lead, Jordan struggles to survive yet aims to trust in the Lord and live in a life of unconditional forgiveness. But as he and his friends face hardship after hardship, will Jordan’s faith hold fast–even when he is brought face to face with the very murderers of his family’s lives?Illustrations included.Author’s Bio:Rebecca Marshall is the firstborn of a rambunctious family of six children—plus a chihuahua. She was homeschooled since middle school. Writing and digital art has been her passion since high school, plus a bit of poetry. Although English wasn’t her early “specialty”, as a child, Rebecca oftentimes spent her time in the shower and playing outside telling stories while “talking to herself”—much to the bewilderment of her parents. Her ultimate goal is to create safe yet adventurous stories for tweens and teens that will entertain and teach them how to live a life that glorifies God. She currently resides in the hilly regions of southwestern Virginia, USA.Rebecca hopes that the Jordan and the Children of the Revolution series will teach tweens to trust in God through all hardships, even in the difficult ones, and live in a life of unconditional forgiveness—just like Jordan.You can contact her at her WordPress site:https://morethanconquerors2016.wordpress.com/By email at:morethanconquerors.rcm@gmail.comOr on her Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/MoreThanConquerorsRomans837/

Author: Rebecca Marshall

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The Four by Anthony Goulet

The Four is a story about reclaiming the most significant pieces of our lives to remember our purpose, dreams and vision.In The Four, Love, Prayer, Laughter and Tears are four best friends who were separated for four years. Join the Four in their four day journey to reunite, save the world, and do one other thing.

Author: Anthony Goulet

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Outlaw Wolves of the Currumpaw by Ahi Keleher

Man vs. WolfThe age-old blood feud comes to a head in New Mexico’s Currumpaw Valley. It is the fall of 1893.Lobo and his pack of cattle-killing wolves have been decimating the herds and threatening to bankrupt the ranchers. A bounty goes out: $1,000 to the man who can kill Lobo.After many men try and fail to catch the cunning wolf, an experienced hunter by the name of Ernest Thompson Seton arrives to wage war against Lobo and his pack. Little did he suspect that the encounter would change his life.Based on the true account set forth by Ernest Thompson Seton.

Author: Ahi Keleher

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The Misadvice of Miss Addy Vice by Dwayne Fry

Miss Addy Vice is the world’s worst advice columnist. This is a retrospect of her “work” over the last six decades. In this book, you will see Addy miss the mark and the point time after time.
* A reader writes about her fear of her temperamental mother and is advised to tell her mother to get professional help… while wearing a hockey mask.
* A mother complains of her deadbeat son moving in, not looking for work and sleeping on her couch for over a year. Addy advises the mother to wake the son up.
* A young girl writes about the trauma of developing large breasts at an early age. Addy tells her to stop bragging.

A fast paced read that will keep you guessing letter after letter how Addy will muck up the advice and leave you laughing or groaning at her attempts to be clever or helpful.

A brief autobiography of Addy is included as well.

WARNING: Some of the humor is dark and off color and may not appeal to all readers.

Author: Dwayne Fry

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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