Friday, July 10, 2015

Book Discovery! (Friday July 10)

It's Book Discovery Day! Twice a week we bring you a selection of books that are newly-published, or that have been overlooked.

Every great book was once a hidden gem. Browse through the books below and start your own discovery!

Book Discovery - newly-published and overlooked books!
Stairway To Heavenly Sleep: Your Step By Step Guide To Teaching Your Baby To Sleep Through The Night, by L. O'Brien
Teach your baby how to sleep through the night with Christina's detailed sleep method. In this book, you will find personalizable sleep charts, so you can teach your baby to sleep during the hours that work for you, following Christina's time blocks model. This book is also full of advice, encouragement, and lots of tips to help your baby sleep so you can get the sleep you need. You need proper sleep to have quality of life and to take care of your baby. This sleep method works best from birth, but Christina explains how to incorporate her method if you start with an older baby. Makes a great gift for baby showers, mother's day, father's day, birthdays, Christmas, or just an any day gift for a special person in your life who needs their bab...
An End to a Silence, by W.H. Clark
Summer. Montana, 1985. When seven-year-old Ryan Novak suddenly disappears from his home in a small rural town, Detective Newton picks up the case. Convinced that the boy’s grandfather - school janitor and former woodsman Bill O’Donnell - knows what happened to the boy, Newton’s growing obsession with his only suspect begins to take its toll.

Winter. Montana, 2010. Twenty-five years later and, in the final days of Newton’s tarnished career, Bill O’Donnell is found murdered. Newton’s successor, a city-toughened young Texan detective named Ward, is the lead investigator. As Newton readies himself for retirement, Ward draws him back into the mystery he couldn’t solve. Can they find the old man’s killer and finall...
American Nemesis, by Mark Lynch
The gripping story of one man’s fight for survival as a divided superpower stands on the brink of a bloody civil war.

It’s July 2030. The American States are no longer united, as the ‘Tea Party’ Republicans have seceded from the Union to form a new nation, the Confederated Christian States of America.
For a decade the two ideological rivals have faced off against each other across the intra-American frontier. It’s an uneasy truce that begins to crumble as a tragic incident pushes both sides to the very brink.

Joshua Hamilton is a liberal with a history of political activism. Regarded as a traitor by the ultra-conservative population of the Arizona Strip where he lives, he has been blacklisted by th...
The Seekers: The Children of Darkness (Dystopian Sci-Fi - Book 1), by David Litwack
New from the author of the multiple award-winning fantasy saga, The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky, winner of the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, Fall 2014 - Best Book in the Category of FANTASY....

Evolved Publishing presents the first book in the new dystopian series The Seekers. [DRM-Free]

“But what are we without dreams?”

A thousand years ago the Darkness came—a terrible time of violence, fear, and social collapse when technology ran rampant. But the vicars of the Temple of Light brought peace, ushering in an ...
Creep: A Collection of Poetry and Flash Fiction, by Joshua Slone
Creep is a collection of original poetry and flash fiction to celebrate the magic, the mystery, and the fun of Halloween. Ranging from check-the-door-locks scary to roll-on-the-floor funny, our anthology has a little something for everyone. So won’t you join us? We don’t bite … hard.

Well-dressed erudite zombies ✔
Vampires with their V-card ✔
Kinky, vindictive ghosts ✔
Drunk-driving witches ✔
Psychos with an eye for art ✔
Hillbilly Halloween pranksters ✔
Mall-hopping Ms. Frankenstein ✔
Banshee curses ✔
Demons in all shapes, sizes and temperaments ✔

Horror, paranormal, historical, contemporary and more…
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People Behaving Badly: A Collection of Short Mystery Stories, by John D. Ottini
Semi-Finalist in the 2015 Royal Palm Literary Award Competition. (Florida Writers Association)

People Behaving Badly is a collection of thirteen short mystery stories exploring the folly of criminal behavior. Welcome to a world filled with strange and quirky characters where murder, vigilantism, jealousy, infidelity, sex, violence and people behaving badly are the norm.

These short mysteries were written as individual bite-size stories that can be devoured in one sitting. Perfect reading for your bus, train or subway commute to work, while you're waiting at the doctor's or dentist's office, having your car serviced, enjoying a latte at your favorite coffee shop, or whenever you have a few minutes of fr...
Sometimes We Ran 3: Rescue, by Stephen Drivick
Five years have passed since the zombie apocalypse swept across the world. The remnants of humanity struggle to survive against Red-Eye, man-eating monsters that hide among the ruins of civilization.

The survivors of Cannon Fields live behind their high iron fences and sturdy gate growing food, raising their children, and try to keep out the horrors of the outside world - living and dead. They hope for a day when fences and gates aren't needed anymore and someone puts the world back together.

During a trade mission, John Linder and his best friend Claire, cross paths with a stranger on a noisy motorcycle. He proposes an exchange - vital medicine for help in getting his friends to safety. The trip will be risky. The...
A Penchant for Mortals (Babet & Prosper Book 11), by Judith Post
Can Babet and Prosper help save a young prostitute from a demon/stalker?

Rogues drift to River City when tourists flock there, hoping to find easy prey, but when a stalker follows a young prostitute to Lillith’s brothel, it’s to finish what he started. Slate Riske, a detective, saved her from the demon’s first attack, and he means to save her again. But he can’t do it alone. Babet and Prosper agree to help him, and they bring their friends.
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