The Silurian, Book Two: The King of Battles

On May 25, 2011, in FINALIST, Historical Literature - Fiction, by L.A._Wilson

Arthur is now Supreme Commander of Armies in Britannia and just about to lead his first major engagement, north of Hadrian’s Wall against the Picts; he is eighteen years old. His battles and victories will make Bedwyr the Fox a hero. Fighting with a crippled left arm, the Fox tells of his one-armed struggle to […]


On May 25, 2011, in FINALIST, Mystery/Suspense/Thriller - Fiction, by W._K._Berger

~ A 2011 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Semifinalist ~ Elvis Presley sang about them; Al Capone was afraid of them. The legendary Purple Gang rose from a Jewish ghetto in Detroit to rule the river during the Motor City’s booming 1920s heyday. Their dramatic story is revealed in THE PURPLES, a novel blending rich historical detail […]

The Molly Lake Chronicles Book 2 Barely Afloat

On May 25, 2011, in FINALIST, Historical Literature - Fiction, by Samuel_Endicott

It’s autumn, 1765. Parliament wants to assert power over the American colonies and pressures an irascible royal governor, ambitious customs officers, and a depressed naval captain to improve New York’s revenue collections. Throughout the Hudson Valley, citizens begin choosing between submission and resistance. Complicating matters, the French king sends two agents to foment rebellion. Molly […]

The Molly Lake Chronicles Book 1 The Triangles of Quebec

On May 25, 2011, in FINALIST, Historical Literature - Fiction, by Samuel_Endicott

It’s spring, 1759. Two European empires are battling for North America. When raiders from New France abduct her mother, Molly’s rescue effort crosses paths with a French assassin, Indians, government corruption, and a handsome enemy soldier. Samuel Endicott captures the essence of colonial Quebec and weaves a masterful yarn. [cf “user_submit_name”] Get More Information and/or […]

Chasing Amanda

On May 25, 2011, in FINALIST, Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Paranormal - Fiction, by Melissa_Foster

Nine years ago, Molly Tanner witnessed a young girl’s abduction in the busy city of Philadelphia, shifting her occasional clairvoyance into overdrive. Two days later, the girl’s body was found, and Molly’s life fell apart. Consumed by guilt for not acting upon her visions, and on the brink of losing her family, Molly escaped the […]

Doggie Biscuit

On May 25, 2011, in Animals/Pets - Non-Fiction, FINALIST, by Darrell_Bain

Biscuit truly relates to people with ever fiber of his little doggie heart, even to having a human girl friend, getting tickets for reckless driving and sampling Viagra pills. Who could resist a dog story like this? [cf “user_submit_name”] Get More Information and/or Buy This eBook

A New Earth and A New Universe

On May 7, 2011, in Classical Studies/Philosophy - Non-Fiction, FINALIST, by Rodney_Bartlett

G’day from the Land Down Under! To be exact: from a town called Stanthorpe in Australia and a guy who was born here in 1956. I’m really curious about the universe and have tried to understand it by using “scientific imagination.” Hope you like the results. The German physicist Albert Einstein (1879-1955) said, “Imagination is […]

Recipes from Camp Trillium

On May 7, 2011, in Cookbooks - Non-Fiction, FINALIST, by Louise_Gaylord

Guests at the Gaylord family’s summer place, Camp Trillium, came from all over. And because cooking for the group was part of the drill, they brought favorite recipes from home and their world travels. Being a writer, Louise Gaylord naturally collected the best of them. No matter what you’re looking for, from the simple to […]


On April 12, 2011, in FINALIST, Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Paranormal - Fiction, by Tamara_Mousner

For elite extraterrestrial pilot EBN-Reyoz-X, awaiting rescue while hiding out in a trailer park is a grueling nightmare. She’s injured, lacks proper supplies and can’t blend in with the indigenous population because she’s seven feet tall and can’t control the trail of wildflowers blooming in the wake of her footsteps. She’s unprepared to begin sexual […]

Touching: Poems of Love, Longing, and Desire – FINALIST

On April 12, 2011, in FINALIST, Poetry, by D._Patrick_Miller

The second volume of the Fearless Poetry Series presents some of the best new poetry about love, longing, and desire, from lit-porn to romantic elegies. Featuring 50 accomplished and emerging poets in a collection that is both accessible and accomplished, in the tradition of the Series edited by Sari Friedman and D. Patrick Miller. This […]

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