The Tailor in Heaven Kevin Speed (17) drives his silver mustang in an illegal speed race and crashes badly. So bad that he has been rushed to the hospital and was put into an induced coma for his critical injuries. In purgatory, Kevin meets his deceased grandfather Cal. Kevin is shocked and asks questions he always wanted answers to. In getting, some of those answers Kevin presses the reset button on his life trajectory, and tries to follow his grandfather’s footsteps to a better life and perhaps run the family business… Book Links Facebook Twitter Instagram Amazon Author Page On Amazon
Mastering Beauty Mastering Beauty is a book of spiritual empowerment that will give you the insights, tips and techniques to help you look and feel your best from the inside out. Mastering Beauty will help you to recreate your true beauty by connecting to the powerful spiritual energy that you are made of so that you can live your best and most successful life every day. Book Link Website Facebook Twitter Linkedin Amazon Author Page On Amazon
The Caregiver’s Guide to the Universe The Caregiver’s Guide to the Universe is the inspiring true story about an ordinary man in love with the memory of someone without one. This narrative reveals the humorous and unorthodox methods my father used to care for my mother after she developed early-onset Alzheimer’s disease in her late forties. Although he was uneducated and semiliterate, he used his superpowers to care for her 24/7 for over a quarter of a century before her death on the outside finally caught up with her death on the inside. As she metamorphosed, he kept his love alive through music and teenage love notes. He survived tragedy as a teenager, tragedy with his cherished wife, and somewhere
Lost and Found in Harlem When Shelba Julio Rook’s home burns down he loses everything; the Auberge Rouge brothel was his first landing place in New York City and the only stability he’d known in a checkered career. The fire also takes the life of an innocent woman, propelling Rook to seek answers to her ugly death. In his quest, Rook joins forces with an eccentric father-daughter duo who run Harlem’s best-kept secret: the Ross Detective Agency. This fix-it firm provides security, confidence, safety, and closure for the residents of their hard-pressed neighbourhood. Norment and Sabrina Ross tackle tough cases that fall below the radar of the police — missing checks, cats, identities, relatives. They hire Rook to supplement their
Thinking Me Dead Shooter Lighthouse works on a loading dock by day and retires home each night to his loving wife, Mary Lou. Their marriage is new but feels solid and they’re even trying for a baby. When an old accomplice tells Shooter that his mother didn’t just die in a car accident thirteen years ago but was actually murdered, Shooter can’t help but take notice. As he digs further into the identity of his mother’s killer, can he hold onto the family he loves or will his investigation take him into a place embedded too deep in the darkness of the human soul from which he can return? Book Links Twitter On Amazon
Smoke and Key A sound awakens her. There’s darkness all around. And then she’s falling… She has no idea who or where she is. Or why she’s dead. The only clue to her identity hangs around her neck: a single rusted key. This is how she and the others receive their names—from whatever belongings they had when they fell out of their graves. Under is a place of dirt and secrets, and Key is determined to discover the truth of her past in order to escape it. She needs help, but who can she trust? Ribbon seems content in Under, uninterested in finding answers. Doll’s silence hints at deep sorrow, which could be why she doesn’t utter a word. There’s
A Medieval Tale: First Lessons A medical school graduate dies suddenly in a car crash… only to find herself reborn in the medieval times as a countess. She has to learn to adjust to a new world while trying to introduce daily conveniences from her own era. Her estate is collapsing, forcing its mistress to take care of it, despite being a woman and having less rights than men. Book Links Website Facebook Twitter (Publisher) Amazon Author Page On Amazon
Poor Law This is Book 2 in R J Lynch’s James Blakiston Series set in the northeast of England in the 1760s. Lynch’s concern is not with the aristocracy, wayward dukes and spoilt princesses – he writes about the people at the bottom of the social heap, for whom every day is a struggle to survive and yet whose humanity stands out as they love, bicker and sometimes fight. In this book, Kate Greener’s love for James Blakiston conceived in Book 1 (A Just and Upright Man) is opposed by James’s implacable sister, Hannah and Susannah Bent’s belief that James is meant for her. In the midst of all this, a serial killer stalks Ryton. But why? And who?