Leonardo the Florentine

On July 6, 2011, in Historical Literature - Fiction, by Catherine McGrew Jaime

This novel explores the history and legends of Leonardo da Vinci’s early years in Florence. It also weaves a mystery of politics and power.

The Seahawk's Sanctuary

On July 1, 2011, in Best eBook Cover - Other, Historical Literature - Fiction, by Lynne Marie

Pirates. Now she had to contend with pirates. Then the blows to the door ceased. “Find Buck, seems I have need of his special talents.”

Doctor Margaret's Sea Chest

On June 24, 2011, in Historical Literature - Fiction, by Waheed Rabbani

Historical fiction set during India’s struggle for freedom from the British Raj

Paper Children– An Immigrant's Legacy

On June 13, 2011, in Historical Literature - Fiction, by Marcia_Fine

Driven by cataclysmic world events, the story encompasses the lives of three generations of women. In Book One Paulina, the privileged daughter of aristocratic parents, reluctantly follows her driven businessman husband to America in 1929. From a vantage point in New York she endures a difficult marriage and slowly becomes aware of the destruction of […]

Altamont Augie

On June 13, 2011, in Best eBook Trailer - Other, Historical Literature - Fiction, by Richard_Barager

A startlingly vivid portrayal of one of the most colorful and turbulent periods in recent American history: the 1960s, as seen through the eyes of two ill-fated college lovers at odds over Vietnam. Their story and the story of their generation spill onto a tableau of some of the era’s most iconic settings—the legendary battleground […]

Letters to Juniper

On June 7, 2011, in Children's Literature - Fiction, by Peggy_Tibbetts

Sarah Smith doesn’t remember much about her early years. She knows her mother died when she was six, and her father moved her and her younger brother to Northern Idaho. Once there, her life changed drastically. The only vivid memory she has of her early childhood is time spent with her best friend Juniper Holland. […]

Chasing the Spirit of Service

On May 6, 2011, in Multicultural Literature - Fiction, by Kristen_Zajac

 2011 Global eBook Award Winner        Written by Kristen Zajac       Illustrated by Julie Tucker Emma comes from three generations of Air Force pilots and misses her father when he travels. Her best friend Adam tries to cheer her up. Emma’s great grandfather, one of the first African American pilots during World […]

Promised Valley Rebellion

On May 6, 2011, in Historical Literature - Fiction, by Ron_Fritsch

Prehistoric farmers inhabit a fertile river valley they believe their gods promised them in return for their good behavior and obedience. Their enemies, hunters roaming the mostly barren hills beyond the mountains enclosing the valley, believe their gods gave it to them. When the farmers’ king refuses to allow the marriage of the coming-of-age prince […]

Caves, Cannons, and Crinolines

On May 6, 2011, in Teen Literature - Fiction, by Beverly_Stowe McClure

Caves, Cannons, and Crinolines is the story of Elizabeth (Lizzie) Stamford and her family’s daily struggle to survive a changing way of life during the American Civil War. This is a story of fear, courage, and understanding that people, no matter where they live, have the same needs: love, peace and security. [cf “user_submit_name”] Get […]

When Women Were Warriors Book I: The Warrior's Path

On April 12, 2011, in Historical Literature - Fiction, Multicultural Literature - Fiction, by Catherine Wilson

Set in the British Isles during the Bronze Age, When Women Were Warriors tells the story of Tamras, a young woman of the warrior class. Her small stature causes many, including Tamras herself, to doubt that she will ever become a competent swordswoman, but as often happens with heroes, Tamras’s path diverges from the path […]

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