September 28th, 2016 by Evo
Thomas is quickly becoming a oft-published author with us. This time he offers up a non-fiction title for those who like their humor dark and writing… questionable. I’ll let Writing Wrongly speak for itself:
When the worst writer in history self-publishes his books, the world of literature is decimated overnight. Illiteracy becomes something to aspire to and book burnings become rife. The publishing industry is left hemorrhaging credibility and verges on collapse. But its recovery not a matter of removing said books, or even destroying them, the same must be done to the mind responsible.
Thomas may be the worst writer to have ever lived, but if he’s not careful, he won’t be doing much of that, either.
Written with little regard for spelling, punctuation or even words, this Sortabiography is the story of one writer against the entire publishing industry. There’s lots of swearing and temper tantrums, as well as a brand new psychiatric illness. There’s also an excellent café scene, which although short, is worth mentioning.
September 28th, 2016 by Evo
If you like your Christian fiction with some super hero action at the teen-level, our newest young adult title by Kelly Clous may be just what you’re looking for. Check out Lift Off ! and find out:
Lift Off is the ultimate game – a game of strength, speed, strategy, and teamwork! After several intense competitions, a seventh grader, Kyle, earns a position on the Guardian’s Lift Off team. Now Kyle and five other students will go head to head with six members of their rival school, the Protector Academy. Sometimes they will be able to use their supernatural powers. For other contests, they must relay on their non-Enhanced physical and mental skills. It all takes place with the idyllic backdrop of the beautiful Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. At first it seems like just a game. Then things changed and the outcome of the game may make the difference between life and death. Now Kyle must decide exactly how important it is to win. Is winning more important than doing what is right? This is a superhero fiction for the independent reader to young adult (or young at heart) crowd.
September 28th, 2016 by Evo
Kristine Rudolph adds to our growing collection of romance titles with the free serialized audiobook version of her work, The Myth of Jake:
When Southern golden boy and heir-apparent to a multigenerational legacy Jake Goodloe dies tragically, his best friend Maggie Carlton does what she always does in the face of pain – she writes. But Maggie’s effort to define Jake’s past has unintended consequences that force Maggie to re-evaluate their friendship as well as her most closely-held values.
Jake and Maggie have been best friends their whole lives and lovers from time-to-time. Growing up in the small town of Tempelton, Tennessee, they recognize in one another an inquisitiveness most of their fellow Tempeltonians seem to lack. Jake, the golden boy heir-apparent to an upstanding family’s legacy, struggles to reconcile his family and social demands with his innate curiosity and desire to leave the small town he finds so stifling. His friendship with Maggie offers a respite and provides an opportunity for honesty his everyday life does not. Though firmly plot-driven, The Myth of Jake is highly thematic and engages the reader in explorations of loss, religion, commitment, honesty, and authenticity.
September 8th, 2016 by Evo
The third book in Thomas Corfield’s The Velvet Paws of Asquith Novels series is out. Please enjoy The Alchemists Of Vra:
Consider a world inhabited with only cats and dogs: a society recognizable as our own, but with its eccentricities being the norm, rather than the exception. A world where the charm of Kenneth Grahame’s Wind In the Willows meets the exotic world of Ian Fleming’s Bond. A world where fluffy just got dangerous. These are the Velvet Paw of Asquith Novels, also known as the Dooven Books: welcome to the genre of New Fable.
When Oscar stumbles across an arrogant bard named the Dodosette and the beautiful cat Vaasi-Vee, he unearths a plot to plunge the world into darkness. After some begging, a lot of snow and an industrial-sized vat of soup, the three animals argue all the way to the infamous land of Vra to do something about it.
They did not, however, anticipate having to fight invisible Rottweilers, smash kitchens to pieces, lick frozen cars or fund taxi drivers’ sisters’ eye operations. Although, for Oscar Teabag-Dooven, such things are not unusual.
August 7th, 2016 by Evo
David Wood has a new title narrated by Jeffrey Kafer. It’s called Primitive, and here’s what it’s all about:
Some legends are true.
It is a myth out of history, spawned by Native American lore and the stories of Spanish Explorers. But what if the legends are true? Former Navy SEAL turned treasure hunter Uriah “Bones” Bonebrake sets off on his first solo adventure in this action-packed novella.
When television host Joanna Slater hires bones to help investigate one of Florida’s oldest and best-known legends, their crew gets more than they bargained for. Mystery and thrills abound in PRIMITIVE!
May 27th, 2016 by Evo
The second book in the The Velvet Paw Of Asquith Novels is out! Please enjoy The World Is Badly Made by Thomas Corfield:
When the palace of Arabesque’s aide d’camp, a cat named the Tremblees, stumbles upon a translation of an ancient language that reveals the existence of a fabled stone, he vows to find it for reasons of greed and vengeance.
With a dead dog stuck to a car bonnet, some burst luggage, a blind bus driver and an enormous number of olives, it becomes a race for Oscar, his colleague Meesha and the Tieress of Arabesque to prevent the Tremblees plunging Arabesque back into the Era of Bedlam, a horror that plagued the land a thousand years ago.
“Corfield blurs the boundary between rubbish and garbage, and does justice to neither.” – Aiden White, Barrington Points Lighthouse Keeper.
“The plot is only held together by the book’s tangled and convoluted sentences.” – Tiffany Parlek, Mortal Goddess.
“A two-in-the-morning page turner, but only because each one’s so hard to get through.” – Pannel Norbit, Curator of Exotic Fungal Infections.
May 18th, 2016 by Evo
A gentle reminder that Ralph’s new book isn’t a book to be read by minors, so make good choices, OK? The title itself is a little risqué, so we’re being coy. Here’s the description:
Welcome to my glorious life. I’m PurpleCandyXXX the one and only, the majestic online WebStar and AdultPerformer. This world has never seen anyone else like me before. Born as a poor nobody in a forgotten Ukrainian village in the middle of nowhere, I was rightfully able to choke destiny with my very own two hands. I rose from the ashes of the old to become who I am now, your one and only eternal goddess. This is me, your delightful purple candy. Take my invitation and I shall make you free in my own Mesopotamian paradise. It’s so devilish good, you’ll never want to go back. Lose yourself inside me, it’s not a wicked sin but a rightful choice that’s easy to take and impossible to forget. Hear my song, the beautiful song of the Siren. Blissful Nirvana is waiting for you my dear fanatics, only if you’re able to cross the thin line between this life and the next.
April 26th, 2016 by Evo
We’ve got a new short story audiobook collection for you! Check out Open All Night and Other Tales by David Collins-Rivera:
A teenage girl with a choice to make; a stand-up comic running from his past; a woman giving birth while her world is torn to pieces. Space stations, starships, and people just being people. Five stories from the Stardrifter universe!
April 10th, 2016 by Evo
If religious fantasy is what you crave, check our latest offering. It’s called Heaven’s Conflict – The Rise and Fall of Angels by Bill Rockwell:
Soon after being created, Lucifer becomes jealous of God’s power and authority. He then plots to seize God’s Throne. God assigns the other Archangels to convince Lucifer of his folly, and return him to His Grace. There follows verbal jousting between formidable Archangels. Lucifer, seething with evil and desiring to do the seemingly impossible, to destroy God, refuses to repent, however, and forms an army of rebellious Angels. God then commands the Archangel Michael to lead Heaven’s Angels against Lucifer’s demon army. The stage is thus set for the most significant confrontation ever with the sovereignty of God’s Throne at stake.
April 4th, 2016 by Evo
Thomas Corfield has adapted and presents this humorous fiction tale, Coleshanger:
“Coleshanger people are pretty bad,” said Uncle Edward. “They won’t cross water after sunset. And they have to be in bed by midnight, otherwise they think that they’ll be turned into baboons and apes. They also worship the flea.”
Written in 1952, Coleshanger is a humorous, whimsical and charming recount of English village life in the early part of the last century, a tale waiting seventy years to be heard, but still very much the story of us today.