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“Wayward” is the exciting first installment in the Silver Falls Series by Casey Head. Similar in style to the Redwall series by Brian Jacques, or to Watership Down, or Wind in the Willows, you will be drawn into an enchanting world full of compelling characters.
See what readers are saying:
“Casey, I just stayed up WAY past my bedtime to finish Wayward. I LOVED it!! Your style is so descriptive and the characters just come to life! If I were a literary critic, I would give it *****+! (That’s supposed to be MORE than five stars.) Thanks for an exciting children’s book that teaches good values and can hold the attention of even us gray-haired children-at-heart.”
“Casey, I finished [Harvest Blizzard] on Saturday. Amazing!!! They [the Silver Falls books] are superb!! These books are suspenseful, lovely stories to keep kids’ attention, yet subtly teach them how to react to life situations. I’m awaiting the fourth!!! And I’ll continue to tell anyone who will listen about these books. By the way, this would make a great movie series!! I have been thinking about how I would relate these books to others…I would put them up against Charlotte’s Web or Black Beauty or Trumpet of the Swan or The Little House Series; just a really good series. It’s been a while since I’ve enjoyed a children’s series this much!”
-Julia D., mother of 5
If you like “Wayward,” consider downloading the other books in the series:
“Two Journeys, a story of Silver Falls” (Book #2)
“Harvest Blizzard, a story of Silver Falls” (Book #3)
“Spring Rose, a story of Silver Falls” (Book #4)
“This is true Chick Lit…relatable, quirky, and downright hilarious.” -Brookeblogs.com ?????
“I couldn’t put the book down and literally woke the hubz up in the middle of the night because I was laughing so hard at one point.” -Mama’sGot Flair ?????
From Readers’ Favorite Book Award winner, Becky Monson, comes a chick lit romance series that will keep you laughing. For fans of Sophie Kinsella, Helen Fielding, & Jennifer Weiner, follow the adventures of Julia Dorning as she tries to escape spinsterhood.
Julia Dorning is a spinster, or at least on the road to becoming one. She has no social life, hates her career, and lives in her parent’s basement with her cat, Charlie.
With the arrival of Jared Moody, the new hire at work, Julia’s mundane life is suddenly turned upside down. Her instant (and totally ridiculous) crush on the new guy causes Julia to finally make some long-overdue changes, in hopes to find a life that includes more than baking and hanging out with Charlie.
But when the biggest and most unexpected change comes, will the new and improved Julia be able to overcome it? Or will she go back to her spinster ways?
“Dear fans of Bridget Jones, Sophie Kinsella, and Marian Keyes, I have found an American author for you to meet and watch!” -Andi’s Book Reviews ?????
“Nefarious is one of those books that pulls you in from the first chapter and never really relinquishes its grip until you read the final page.” John Hardy Bell, author of “The Strategist”
When Army Communications Captain Alton Blackwell takes a hit to the leg while on active duty in Afghanistan, his self-confidence and his leg are equally shattered in the explosion. Assigned to a desk job while recovering, Blackwell manages to prove his resourcefulness as he matches wits with Al-Qaeda operatives in the dangerous regions of Kabul. Unable to fully heal, he resigns himself to the abrupt end of his military career as well as any hope to win the affections of the beautiful and intelligent Lieutenant Mallory Wilson.
Upon returning state-side, the quiet civilian life is quickly left far behind when Blackwell’s colleague Zach Lambert calls him from a weekend camping trip in the throes of a devastating illness with forbidding implications. In a story out of today’s headlines, Blackwell and now-FBI Agent Wilson explore the possible diversion of a biotech’s project to develop an improved vaccine, scouring leads at the CDC and biotec company, putting their Army and professional skills to the test, and narrowly escaping agents with a murderous agenda at every turn. The closer they come to the truth, the quicker the bodies pile up, along with the suspects. To get to the bottom of the sinister scheme, can Blackwell still use wits when his body has failed him? And will he survive long enough to tell his colleague of the feelings for her he has long kept secret?
Gordon Harding didn’t ask for the life he has. He didn’t ask to be orphaned. He didn’t ask to go through life with cancer. And he certainly didn’t ask to be pulled into a future world without warning–a world where every human being is controlled by means of a medical implant.
And when he learns that he’s the only one who can destroy the base of operations, he’s faced with an impossibly painful choice: either hide and let the world decay under this mysterious futuristic force, or rescue humanity from oppression, knowing that there’s someone out there who is willing to use any means necessary to stop him.
When Lord Quill took control, he did not want anyone to usurp his authority. Thus he ruled no primary colored power may be allowed to marry another primary colored power.
Hence a dilution occurred. When a blue colored power sorcerer married a yellow powered sorcerer, the baby was green powered and considered a secondary power.
When a red colored powered sorcerer married a blue powered sorcerer, it created a purple secondary powered sorcerer and so on.
Can the the primaries and secondary’s get along or will there be a struggle between the two classes?
Soon after, they discover her recent client is the target of a murder for hire and she tries to assist him in finding the would-be-killer. Meanwhile, the tangled web of Elizabeth’s past begins to unravel and it’s realized Martinez must work harder to protect one of his own.
Not all mysteries are the same. Strong Motive comes with a little bit of police procedural, a dash of cozy mystery, and peppered with just the right amount of amateur sleuth!
Book 1 of the Elizabeth Strong Series. Can be read as a stand alone.