Friday, October 7, 2016

Book Discovery Day! (Friday October 7)

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!
Last Pursuit (The Colour Series Book 2), by Jack O. Daniel
Jack O. Daniel succeeds where many have failed. He has written a character who could only be defined as a thinking woman’s hero.

Last Pursuit begins where One Night Stand: Could this be the beginning of forever? ends. Book Two of the Colour Series is outstanding it its realistic portrayal of a desperate man.

Blue’s daughter was kidnapped by a master manipulator, an American heir to a real estate fortune named Carl Kruger-Daniel. However, this self-entitled and overly indulged sociopath will meet his match when Blue refused to play by his script.
Caught in Carl's tangled web was Blue’s former lover and the mother of his child. Disgusted at her involvement, he m...
                     
Calamity Jane: How the West Began, by Bryan Ney
Fifteen-year-old Martha Canary's family arrives in the gold fields of 1860's Montana in impoverished circumstances and despised for uncertain reasons. Soon, Martha makes a name for herself as Calamity Jane through her exploits, wins friends, and becomes the toast of the town. Murder and robbery stalk all who travel the surrounding trails, and Jane thinks she knows who is responsible. Can she and her new friends rally forces to clean the place up?

"The details of life in the 1860s Montana mining town are rich, and the quick-moving tale is well-situated in the tradition of 20th-century frontier town novels, such as Jack Schaefer’s Shane. In one clever scene, Jane responds to her mother’s discussion of early 19th-century living ...
                     
The Simple Guide to Feeling Better, by Susan D. Kalior
We all suffer in varying degrees at times in our lives. Our suffering is mostly due to life circumstance, loss, or other people’s behavior toward us. While deeper probing into our psyche with a therapist or plunging ourselves into the depths of self-discovery can yield greater self-understanding and significant life change, this simple guide offers immediate solutions that do not require change in the people around us, or our life circumstance. Even so, these easy techniques most often result in a productive change in both.

Various topics include: calming down, knowing your worth, productive thinking, constructive communication, listening, taking charge of your life, being your own person, using anger wisely, defeating jealousy...
                     
The Power of Death: A Radical Path to Personal Transformation and Spiritual Enlightenment, by Gabriel Dee
The ONLY Book You Need for Lasting Motivation, Personal Transformation and Spiritual Growth

Do you want to change your life, but constantly lose motivation? Are you trying to find or transform yourself? Are you seeking spiritual enlightenment? Stop the search, and get the book now!

The Power of Death will show you a revolutionary method to reach all of the above and more. This technique was invented by the Buddha, but it has not been widely used, because it seems so contradictory and radical at first. However, the lives of millions of people is the proof that it works. Although it „happened” to them by accident, now you can learn to use it consciously at will.

This is the secret of the greatest spiritual...
                     
Through The Pieces, by Bobbi Jo Bentz
She can’t run from her past…
In the middle of the night, Claire flees her abusive, alcoholic husband Scott, taking their four-year old daughter along with her. Seeking some long-needed peace, Claire goes to her sister Annie and her family, hoping she can at last begin the process of healing.
As she embarks on this new life she meets a family friend. Buck, who seems to be everything any woman would want-successful, handsome, charming. Claire wants to let him in, but how could she be ready to love again?
And can they even survive when Scott will not stop until they are where they both belong?
...
                     
The Stoneborn Saga, by Brendan Baker
Lightning crackles across the sky. Blood seeps into the ground. And far below, in the belly of the earth, ancient wills begin to stir...

Iceland, 1013 AD. A pagan farmer attacks a Christian priest. With a single blow from his hammer, he shatters a delicate balance, setting in motion forces more powerful than he can comprehend. The resultant blood feud and potential for religious conflict have grave implications for all Icelanders, and perhaps the very land itself. For it is said that an otherworldly race of beings still haunts the wild and lonely places just beyond the farmlands...

The Stoneborn Saga is an epic adventure combining medieval history with fantastic possibility in a harsh and beautiful setting. Read it ...
                     
Winter In Ireland (Montana Sweet Western Romance Series Book 5), by Pamela M. Kelley

Romance writer Jennifer Graham heads to Dublin for a two month research trip, and to heal from a recent breakup. The last thing she is looking for is romance, especially with another workaholic...and then she meets Ian Shephard.

He's the son of her best friend's Irish Aunt, the one she is staying with while she's in Ireland. He's staying there too, temporarily while his condo is being renovated. Their attraction is immediate and unexpected. But dating Ian would be a very bad idea, for three very good reasons. He's not looking for a relationship, he is a workaholic and he lives in another country....

So, they'll just be friends.....that's the plan anyway....
                     
Loner: A Novel, by Teddy Wayne
“Powerful.” —Maureen Corrigan, NPR’s Fresh Air

An Indie Next Selection of Independent Booksellers • One of the most anticipated novels of the fall from New York magazine, Glamour, Lit Hub, Boston magazine, The Millions, and BookPage

David Federman has never felt appreciated. An academically gifted yet painfully forgettable member of his New Jersey high school class, the withdrawn, mild-mannered freshman arrives at Harvard fully expecting to be embraced by a new tribe of high-achieving peers. Initially, however, his social prospects seem unlikely to change, sentencing him to a lifetime of anonymity.

Then he meets Veronica Morgan Well...
                     

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