The Soloists by Ariele Huff

Like child actors and athletes, musical child prodigies often pay a heavy price for their stardom. These people are real. All the situations and most of the events are real. This narrative nonfiction is written in novel form to document the lives of children placed into often brutal adult level competition, taking readers through the resulting emotional consequences. Composited from two real life soloists this novel is written by a family member. The book received high marks (“mechanically perfect”) by judges in a publishers’ contest, resulting in placement with an agent and a year in editorial boards at Penguin.

Author: Ariele Huff

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Sunlit Shadow Dance (Crocodile Spirit Dreaming Book 5) by Graham Wilson

An unknown girl appears on an aboriginal community in far north Queensland.
She has no memory of any life before, no one knows her.
Who is she? Where has she come from?
She looks like a missing backpacker, Susan, she sounds like Susan, but her name is Jane.
Her past life is an unknown place from where she knows no one.
Now she has to try to make a new life without any connections to her past.

This is the final book of the Crocodile Spirit Dreaming Series. It tells the story of an English backpacker who went travelling in Outback Australia with a man who loved crocodiles, and how her life turned into a horror nightmare. Finally she gets her freedom only to disappear.

Susan was on trial for murder when she vanished. She had been just released on bail, despite pleading guilty, when new evidence indicating self-defense was found. She was also pregnant and expecting twins.

Since she has gone only a pair of shoes she was wearing have been found. They were next to a waterhole full of crocodiles. It is feared that she and her unborn children are dead, taken by crocodiles.

More than a year passes without any other trace of her. An inquest has made an open finding on her disappearance.

What is the link between Susan and this girl Jane who turns up out of nowhere, knowing no one, remembering nothing? Can this girl, Jane, build a new and happy life with just her two small children. Can a tragedy of the past ever be overcome?

This is the story of the remaking of a new life from the broken shell of the old – how memories of the old threaten to tear apart the new. And always, at the dark edge, lurks an ancient creature of the deep, a being whose lineage is the long lost Australian dreamtime, before the spirits made this land.

Yet from this dark can come a new place, a place where sunlit shadows dance.

Author: Graham Wilson

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Call me Bitch – Vol. 1 by Emma Green

Jude Montgomery, the incorrigible billionaire dandy and Joséphine Merlin, the bad-tempered and foul-mouthed beauty, are entrusted with the care of little Birdie: a three-year-old princess whose loaded father, Emmett Rochester, is relaxing in Bermuda with his love. A nice set-up to get the best friend of the one together with the twin sister of the other? If only… Get the worst baby-sitters and the best enemies in the world together under one London roof, add a spoiled-rotten child, and let simmer for two weeks. The worst plan ever, or a recipe for a spicy, passionate affair with generous helpings of love, conflict, humor and desire?

Emma Green will carry you away in her new series, Call me Bitch, where every rule and every role is reversed by the two heroes, Jude and Joe. You’ll also keep up with Emmett and Sidonie, the lord and the nanny from Call me Baby.

Call me Bitch by Emma Green: Volume 1 of 6
Spin-off of Call me Baby – Can be read separately.

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Emma Lucie Margaret Green was born in 1980 in Los Angeles. Being both French and American, she grew up between the two cultures and her novels include characters in passionate romances on both sides of the Atlantic. One Hundred Facets of Mr. Diamonds was her first book. First published electronically, it was such a success that it went on to be a bookstore bestseller. Her recent series The Billionaire’s Desires appeared on bestseller lists for many weeks. After Call me Baby, Call me Bitch is her fourth series published by Addictive Publishing.

Author: Emma Green

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Beyond the Ebbing Tide by Charles Richard Sterling

A rebellious young woman with strong anti-war views defies her politically influential grandmother when she leaves for Paris in search of her missing husband.

Author: Charles Richard Sterling

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Soloists by Ariele Huff

Like child actors and athletes, musical child prodigies often pay a heavy price for their stardom. These people are real. All the situations and most of the events are real. This narrative nonfiction is written in novel form to document the lives of children placed into often brutal adult level competition, taking readers through the resulting emotional consequences. Composited from two real life soloists this novel is written by a family member. The book received high marks (“mechanically perfect”) by judges in a publishers’ contest, resulting in placement with an agent and a year in editorial boards at Penguin.

Author: Ariele Huff

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Call me Bitch – Vol. 1 by Emma Green

Jude Montgomery, the incorrigible billionaire dandy and Joséphine Merlin, the bad-tempered and foul-mouthed beauty, are entrusted with the care of little Birdie: a three-year-old princess whose loaded father, Emmett Rochester, is relaxing in Bermuda with his love. A nice set-up to get the best friend of the one together with the twin sister of the other? If only… Get the worst baby-sitters and the best enemies in the world together under one London roof, add a spoiled-rotten child, and let simmer for two weeks. The worst plan ever, or a recipe for a spicy, passionate affair with generous helpings of love, conflict, humor and desire?

Emma Green will carry you away in her new series, Call me Bitch, where every rule and every role is reversed by the two heroes, Jude and Joe. You’ll also keep up with Emmett and Sidonie, the lord and the nanny from Call me Baby.

Call me Bitch by Emma Green: Volume 1 of 6
Spin-off of Call me Baby – Can be read separately.

***
Emma Lucie Margaret Green was born in 1980 in Los Angeles. Being both French and American, she grew up between the two cultures and her novels include characters in passionate romances on both sides of the Atlantic. One Hundred Facets of Mr. Diamonds was her first book. First published electronically, it was such a success that it went on to be a bookstore bestseller. Her recent series The Billionaire’s Desires appeared on bestseller lists for many weeks. After Call me Baby, Call me Bitch is her fourth series published by Addictive Publishing.

Author: Emma Green

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Beyond the Ebbing Tide by Charles Richard Sterling

A rebellious young woman with strong anti-war views defies her politically influential grandmother when she leaves for Paris in search of her missing husband.

Author: Charles Richard Sterling

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Soloists by Ariele Huff

Like child actors and athletes, musical child prodigies often pay a heavy price for their stardom. These people are real. All the situations and most of the events are real. This narrative nonfiction is written in novel form to document the lives of children placed into often brutal adult level competition, taking readers through the resulting emotional consequences. Composited from two real life soloists this novel is written by a family member. The book received high marks (“mechanically perfect”) by judges in a publishers’ contest, resulting in placement with an agent and a year in editorial boards at Penguin.

Author: Ariele Huff

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Beyond the Ebbing Tide by Charles Richard Sterling

A rebellious young woman with strong anti-war views defies her politically influential grandmother when she leaves for Paris in search of her missing husband.

Author: Charles Richard Sterling

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Soloists by Ariele Huff

Like child actors and athletes, musical child prodigies often pay a heavy price for their stardom. These people are real. All the situations and most of the events are real. This narrative nonfiction is written in novel form to document the lives of children placed into often brutal adult level competition, taking readers through the resulting emotional consequences. Composited from two real life soloists this novel is written by a family member. The book received high marks (“mechanically perfect”) by judges in a publishers’ contest, resulting in placement with an agent and a year in editorial boards at Penguin.

Author: Ariele Huff

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews