Summer Must-Read iPad Mini {Giveaway} Event

It is summertime! For me there is nothing better than grabbing a book and hitting the pool or a shady spot at the park
and cracking it open! I love to read, and I usually have a hard time putting a good book down until it is finished! I have started
to enjoy reading titles from indie authors, as they often offer different writing styles and subject matter than the big name authors.
Here’s a list of ten titles from emerging indie authors, pick your favorite and vote on Facebook HERE! Don’t forget to
enter to win an iPad mini at the bottom of this post!

 

As Iraq teeters on civil war, and climate change becomes more obvious every
day, ELECTED imagines another history of the 21st Century … one with
gasless cars, but without the war in Iraq – in a book readers are finishing
in one sitting and starting over again.

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“The style was fresh, the writing slick and fast-paced, with witty dialogue
and delightful details that gave realistic characterization and narration.
Travis’ creative liberties added an original kick, but did not stray so far
from what happened in history to make it seem like two different Americas.
The progression of the novel

was noteworthy, I like the way the characters develop and change throughout
the period of time that elapsed. One of my favorite things about the novel
was the international scope, which still plays a huge part of American
politics.”

Read the reviews on by Amazon readers, more about
the author
and other books by Cathy Travis.

Special Must-Read Price Cut: E-book was $5.00 and is now .99 cents!

Every book on our Nation’s recent financial collapse strives to explain how
it happened, Vile Acts of Evil explains why, and why every American should
pay very close attention.

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“The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off.”  Gloria
Steinem’s glorious adage appears in the Preface of Michael Kirchubel’s Vile
Acts of Evil – Banking in America for good reason: This work is certain to
anger you because the truth is far worse than anything you could have ever
imagined. “Vile Acts of Evil” is the worker’s guide to the history of
American banking. This is the real story of money, greed, and power in
America.  The book’s format is unique: quotes from newspapers,
historians, economists, bankers, and political figures drive the story line
and alternate with Kirchubel’s insightful, clarifying commentary.  The
result is a lively and surprisingly captivating conversation on the true,
unseen causes of our nation’s major calamities: the recessions,
depressions, panics, wars, foreclosures, and bailouts.  This is a
totally new analysis of our American economic and political history, from
colonial times to today, complete with simple recommendations for
preventing further calamities. Vile Acts of Evil is truly a modern-day
Rosetta Stone, a powerful, interpretive, clarifying lens through which all
historical, economic, and political works must now be reviewed and every
American’s comfortable, well-worn political convictions re-examined.

Special Must-Read Price Cut Price is currently $20.66, which is 10% off on
Amazon.com or $9.99 on Kindle.

One Man & One Woman by Daniel
Archangel

With the U.S. Supreme Court dodging the chance to define “marriage” in the
law, this ultra-realistic legal drama engages the reader to tackle the
issue head-on.

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Who Decides What Makes a Marriage? In a tale that ends the marriage debate,
One Man & One Woman goes beyond ceremonies, vows, celebrations and
gifts to delve into what a marriage truly means to those who enter into it.
Read more about the author, Daniel Archangel.

Special Must-Read Price Cut! If you like thematic fiction, buy One Man
& One Woman and receive a free PDF EBook of any other novel by Daniel
Archangel (see Amazon) or trade paperback for just $5 (plus $4 S&H).
Order from Liveware Publishing directly or send your Amazon receipt
tolivesales@livewarepub.com to take advantage of this offer.

Just when I thought I had figured out what comes next, JD Young throws a
curve that I never expected and could not wait for more – it is wicked good
reading.

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Young does a very good job telling a well-rounded story; giving you bits
and pieces, hints of connections here and there, but not enough for you to
figure things out until he wants you to. I very much enjoyed this book and
look forward to reading more from Young and I hope this is only the
beginning of Simon’s story!

Special Must-Read Price Cut: E-books are .99 – regularly 2.99 – paperback
signed by author $4.99 regularly $10.00 (order from the author for
discount)

If your favorite activity in the summer is to be with a captivating book,
curled up under the beach umbrella or on the mossy rock by the river or
anywhere that is alone, then this summer’s list will surely include William
Kenly’s “The Dogs of Luck, Comic Confessions From Warren PA, Corporate
America and Family Life”.

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Kenly is a writer; he’s got that mysterious thing analogous to perfect
pitch. Kenly’s writing flows with the natural ease of a conversation with
an old friend. His story unrolls with its own momentum. (Kenly) did a great
job of capturing and holding my attention. I enjoyed reading about life
growing up in Pennsylvania. The Boy Scouts, the river, the Christmas trees
all seemed so familiar to me. There are so many things that we could do as
kids that no one would get away with now. I also enjoyed reading about
“life in corporate America” (particularly things I never knew about the
men’s room) and I loved, loved, loved reading about the adventure to
Russia. I felt I was right there in with him. The chapter “Sign Posts on
the Journey” was one

of my favorite chapters. It was a magical, wondrous chapter full of wisdom
and insight. So much was said in that chapter in a simple and profound way.
The book is a sophisticated mixture of happiness, sadness, beauty, comedy,
and philosophy that grabbed at my emotions and brought me to many different
levels at the same time. I strongly recommend this book for anyone who is
interested in reading something that is light and funny in some parts
while, at the same time, provides you with food for thought. A+++

Adventures Unfold With the Question: “What if…?”

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Raised in the forest alone by his father after a series of misfortunes
turned their family’s life upside down, Robert’s life experience isn’t
typical. But now, at the age of thirteen, it’s time for him to go out into
the wider world. With only his native intelligence and the wisdom his
father has imparted to him, Robert entered the

American lifestyle in 1969. Always guided by his father’s principle that
when faced with a difficult decision, he should stop and ask himself “What
if…?” Robert navigates a world full of people whose motives are less than
pure, and finds friends who will last a lifetime. Follow Robert from the
wilderness of Colorado to the wild side of Woodstock; from the back of a VW
van to a safe haven with a family he never expected; from rags to riches;
and from living outside the world to finding a secure place and identity
for himself. Colorado to Woodstock and Back Again will prove to you, as
well as to Robert, that “if” is at the center of “life”!

You can also find the book at Barnes & Noble!

Special Must-Read Price Cut: Available on Kindle and Nook for just $3.99

This is a love story of MAGNIFICENT aspirations: after seven years of
searching, a Arkansas farm girl reunites with the young Chicago engineer
who, on a two-hour plane ride, inspired her to dance — reunites with him,
that is, just as her star shoots on Broadway.

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“FIVE STARS! I really enjoyed this tale. Philip Kraske is a talented author
having created two diverse but fascinating characters.”– Ann Boling for
Readers Favorite Awards, awarding the top five-star rating to “The

Magnificent Mary Ann”

“Consummate craftsmanship….a great read.”–David
Shea
.

Slum is page-turning adventure-romance that will make you want to read even
more after the final page, and happily there’s a sequel, Slum Song.

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The 2013 Eric Hoffer Awards honored Slum as a finalist for the Montaigne
Medal, awarded to “the most thought- provoking book.” Slum was also a
finalist for the First Horizon Award, given to “superior work by debut
authors.” In addition, Slum made the short list for the grand prize.

Special Must-Read Price Cut: Just 99 cents on Kindle and Nook

The best way to have a relaxing summer is to get rid of your stress.

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I buy Tom’s books because I’ve known him for a few decades. I read his
books because they offer practical solutions to everyday living situations
we all face. Stress Free Living published at a time where there were
extensive personnel being made at my company. His advice was timely,
practical and got me through the transition with grace and clear thinking.
Buy it. Read it. You can also visit Thomas Mayberry’s website for more
information.

Special Must-Read Price Cut: E-book was $2.99 and is now 99 cents.
Paperback was $9.99 and is now $6.99.

A story about the killing of landlords in New York.

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After more than forty years of practicing psychiatry, Dr. David Peretz has
turned to a life of crime (fiction, that is). VENGEANCE OUT OF THE SHADOWS
is the third in his Ross Cortese NYPD series. Be sure to follow
David Peretz on Facebook
.

 

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