Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Books from KBoards Authors (Tuesday Mar 24)

The Writers' Cafe on KBoards is one of the busiest places around for discussions about ebooks, writing, and self-publishing. Today we're pleased to feature a selection of books from the pens of authors who participate in KBoards. Take a browse through the books below and discover some great reading material from our community of authors!

For more reading ideas, check out our searchable list of Books by KB Authors.

Books from KBoards Authors
NightmarZ: Asylum (Z Series Book 1), by Irma Geddon
Gabrielle's life hasn't always been easy, but her last year in high school is going great. That is, until she gets attacked in her sleep by her own nightmares. When her father arrives, they vanish, but nothing's ever going to be the same again. She is taken away by paramedics to treat her injuries, only to discover she is being committed to a psych ward instead.

But her dad has seen what happened to her and knows that she is not crazy... He should get her out of there, why doesn't he?

Held against her will in a creepy asylum where a different kind of monster roams the halls in a white uniform, Gabrielle begins to wonder whether she is cursed... or whether she is really crazy after all.

Deadly Eyes: A Caribbean Murder Mystery, by Michael Meyer
INTERNATIONAL SUSPENSE COLLECTION BOOK TWO - AN AWARD-WINNING CARIBBEAN MURDER MYSTERY - from the author who took you from Munich to the burning sands of Saudi Arabia in Book One, COVERT DREAMS.
#1 Amazon bestseller in International Mystery & Crime, September 2013

Something unique: This book has TWO alternative endings, one of which is much darker than the other.

James Cuffy, better known as Cuff, is living in paradise with his spunky girlfriend, Rosie, on the small Caribbean island of St. Croix, where the sky is as blue as Cuff's eyes, the ocean as pretty as feisty little Rosie's cheeks, where the gentle lapping of the waves is a lullaby, and the swaying of the palm trees is a dance. The sandy beaches are as...
The Marvelous Land of Oz [Illustrated], by L. Frank Baum
~~ includes all the original illustrations by John R. Neill, including several color plates, and a new Preface by Oz expert and Eltanin Editor Joseph Nusbaum. ~~

Following the success of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, L. Frank Baum continues his Oz series with The Marvelous Land of Oz (now known as The Land of Oz). In this new Oz adventure, Baum brings back favorite characters such as the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman, and introduces memorable new characters, such as Jack Pumpkinhead, the Saw-Horse, the flying Gump and the Woggle-Bug. This story also features the first collaboration between L. Frank Baum and John R. Neill, who worked together to produce Baum’s remaining thirteen Oz books.

L. Frank Baum (May 15, 1...
Value Investing: A Value Investor's Journey Through The Unknown..., by J. Lukas Neely
"Finally! Lukas Neely lays out the path to mastery of value investing in an incredibly understandable, easy-to-read and enjoyable way. This book will benefit dyed-in-the-wool value investors and newcomers alike. Highly recommended!"
- John Mihaljevic, Manual of Ideas

50% of book proceeds go to the Non-Profit Family Resource Center in Lukas' home town (US Virgin Islands).

Lukas Neely is a former Hedge Fund Portfolio Manager. He gave up his "cush" job to help individuals invest better. Plain and simple!

You know how frustrating investing can be when you are trying to find great investment ideas and opportunities?

He helps solve this.

Based on real world experience manag...
The Eden Plague (Plague Wars Series Book 0), by David VanDyke
A Kindle Book Review 2013 Best Indie Award Winner semi-finalist.

When veteran combat lifesaver Daniel Markis finds a mystery woman with armed invaders in his home and it all goes sideways, he turns to his brothers in arms to fight back. On the run from the shadowy Company, soon he finds himself in a war for possession of a genetic engineering puzzle that threatens the stability of the world. But who is behind it all - and are they even human?

The Eden Plague is a free futuristic thriller that will grip the imagination of readers who relish high-energy adventure.

The Plague Wars apocalyptic thriller series begins in the world of today with a man and a woman twined together by circumstances, destined to ...
With the Headmaster's Approval, by Jan Hurst-Nicholson
A no-nonsense former US naval officer takes on the undisciplined teens in a prestigious British school, but faces his greatest challenge managing the aggrieved female teachers.


The girls at St Mary's Academy in northern England are becoming unruly. A quick fix is needed and the governing body controversially appoints Adam Wild, former US naval officer and widower, as the new headmaster. The all-female staff resent him for upsetting their group dynamics, and his new strict rules set him on a collision course with the sullen teenage girls.

His mission to reform the troubled school is undermined by a power struggle with the fiercely ambitious and popular teacher Jenna Murray, who feels the position should hav...
A Bit(e) of Discretion, Please (Dreamer Book 1), by T. A. Miles
Caught in the act of being a supernatural creature, Stuart, a former Prince of the Dreaming has been brought into mortal custody. As part of his sentence, he's required to perform public service duties, assisting other supernaturals and gifted mortals in solving cases of an other worldly nature. Armed with only a fraction of his faerie glamour, and an intense passion for tea, Stuart partners with a young spiritualist to resolve a case of missing souls.

A lighthearted and humorous approach to the varying fantastic and supernatural realms and beings as they intersect with a not so defenseless or unsuspecting mortal world. This is the first in a series of short stories/novellas....
Death among the Roses: a Melanie Hart Mystery (Melanie Hart Cozy Mysteries Book 1), by Anna Drake
Life is good for Melanie Hart. She enjoys her role of lone reporter for the Cloverton Gazette, a small-town newspaper out in the midst of nowheresville in Illinois. She doesn’t even mind much having her father as a boss.

But when she’s pulled off the coverage of the only murder investigation to come along in Cloverton since she started work there, she’s more than a little upset. So when a friend suggests they team up to catch the killer, Melanie decides the idea makes sense.

But in a small town where everyone knows everybody else’s business, how does an inexperienced sleuth unearth a hidden killer? Especially, before the murderer learns he or she is being chased.
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