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Haunted woods where scarecrows don’t care who they chase, mugshots from an unexpected arrest, a rocking Bleu Streak concert, flounder gigging with a toothless old man, and a night on the town with a zombie are just a few stops along the way of this wacky journey.
Can Julia and Greyson make it to the end of the road trip in one piece? Here’s hoping you’ll find out soon.
Be sure to check out the sequel, Gidget the Horse Formerly Known as Witch, and all four books in the series!
Mark is a slacker content with his life. He’s a senior at New Haven Prep, has a great friend, and after graduation he’ll get a brand new sports car from his parents, assuming he stays out of trouble. Then, she comes into his life—Miranda with her I-just-escaped-from-a-Renaissance-Fair clothing. Only, she hasn’t. She has come from Bodiam Castle in the Middle Ages and demands a secret ingredient and a book of recipes for traveling through the treacherous colors of time. Although Mark has never even heard of either before, he must find them, or Miranda will die. To save her, Mark must break into a psych hospital to visit his grandfather who once tried to kill him, pass through the colors of time, take on a medieval alchemist, prevent Miranda’s marriage to a two-timing baron, and keep it all hidden from his parents. The sports car is definitely in trouble.
SCREWING UP TIME, told from Mark’s point of view, is an 85k-word/360 page novel for young adults. An author interview is included with the book.
Far more comfortable in blue jeans and flannel than in heels and satin, Lee finds herself lying to every man she dates. To the physical trainer, she’s a preschool teacher; to the guy at the bowling alley, she’s a secretary. The lies keep romance at arm’s length even as they drive the angel to distraction until the day she realizes she’s fallen for a straight-laced accountant who’s exploring his dark side through bizarre foods (please note: sea cucumber is not a vegetable). But now he thinks she’s someone she’s not.
Now she’s got to turn those mechanic skills on herself to diagnose and repair the most important relationships in her life. And just think, she used to find it tough repairing a transmission!
Long-time comedy writer and novelist Jane Lebak serves up a hilarious comedy with angels and spare tires and a recipe for the best omelets you’ve ever tasted. Also what may be the most romantic toilet-fixing scene in the English language. But there really isn’t an award for that, so we’ll never know.
Titus faces a threat he never imagined.
Can he capture Ahmed Al-Amin before it’s too late?
Confronting a new operative . . .
When veteran CIA operative Titus Ray arrives in San José, Costa Rica, and meets fresh-faced Ben Mitchell, a hot-tempered new operative with barely any experience in the field, he has a choice to make—ignore him or take him under his wing.
Facing an old demon . . .
In the middle of an active, ongoing operation, Titus is suddenly called back to the States where he must deal with the failures from his past and make decisions about his future with Detective Nikki Saxon.
Opposing a present danger . . .
In an effort to stop Hezbollah assassin, Ahmed Al-Amin, from murdering a high-profile government official, Titus travels to Caracas, Venezuela, where he learns the assassin is but one piece of a complicated international plot to deliver chemical weapons to some of America’s most dangerous enemies.
· Can his newfound faith sustain him when he encounters his old nemesis?
· Will he overcome the obstacles and capture Ahmed before it’s too late?
· Is it possible for him to have a future with Nikki?
Here’s what reviewers are saying about Titus Ray Christian Thrillers:
“I recommend these books for all who enjoy good clean fiction, especially those involving current events in the world. I like the development of the characters and their relationship. I gave it five stars for the great storyline and the characters that seem so real.” –Amazon review
“The characters are very well-developed and believable. I enjoyed the way the author described Titus Ray’s internal struggles and character flaws creating a very authentic main character. The story was action-packed and one is left wondering how the author could be so knowledgeable of the CIA and the work of their covert operatives.” –Amazon review
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Beginner Readers & Bedtime Stories from the Heart
Squirrels don’t like his rain. Cats don’t like his rain. Worst of all, children don’t like his rain, and this has the Heavy Little Cloud feeling pretty low. What’s a little cloud to do?
The little cloud, comes up with a plan to keep everyone happy. Unfortunately, his idea starts to cause some trouble along the way. Get your copy of “No Rain Today” to see what happens when a friendly little cloud decides that he’s never going to rain again!
If you’re a fan of Disney style illustrations, you’ll love our Clouds in the Wide Blue Sky, Beginner Readers & Bedtime Stories from the Heart series. Parents appreciate the positive underlying message of self acceptance and friendship found in “No Rain Today”.
All of the books in this series are equipped with large print text pop-ups for easy reading. “No Rain Today” has been enjoyed as the perfect bedtime story by children around the world!
Be sure to check out the next book in our series, “Adventures on the Breeze” to see what happens when a tired little cloud falls asleep in the wide blue sky!
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This volume contains three short stories designed to make reading practice fun!
If Bugs Were as Big as People
If Birds Had Teeth Like Me
If Clouds Could Catch a Cold
Mercy loves her job. Traveling is the fun part. New coworkers aren’t. She thinks she knows what’s in store for her at a Nebraska nursing home. But within hours of her arrival, a man is dead, and she’s in way over her head.
Sheriff Charlie Wagner is a no-nonsense guy. When he’s called to investigate a suspicious death, it doesn’t take long to figure out the situation is anything but ordinary, including the chatty, quick-tempered traveling nurse. He needs to find the murderer. She needs to prove her innocence.
Scroll up to buy your copy and find out if they can root out the killer and keep more trouble at bay!
Marty’s a recently divorced antique and art appraiser who moves from the Midwest to live with her sister in High Desert, California, just outside of Palm Springs. Since their early childhood days, her sister has always possessed unexplained psychic abilities that often enable her to predict future events.
An antique appraisal in the home of a recently murdered woman puts Marty at the center of a search for the killer. Who did it?
The woman’s son? The well-known collector of antique Meissen china? A professional art and antique thief? The owner of Mai Tai Mama’s Restaurant?
And just what part did the collection of Meissen china Monkey Band figurines play in the murder?
Detective Jeff Combs is just as determined to develop a relationship with Marty and her dog Duke as he is to solve the crime. Will the psychic abilities of Marty’s sister help her find the killer?
This is the first book in the popular Midwest Cozy Mystery Series by a two-time USA Today Bestselling Author. Download now by scrolling up this page and clicking the Buy or Borrow button.