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Monday, October 27, 2014

Fool School

Nothing ever goes right for Thomas de Motley. The teenage son of a drunken juggler, Tom aspires to be a kingsfool, the highest rank of jesters. First there's Fool School, however, and before he begins school, he'll need to cross the English Channel and travel a hundred miles to Northern England to get there. And his papa's spent all his money.

In the church of St. Martin's, Tom stumbles over one of the great secrets of history. A boy, Malcolm, his hair red as coals and his eyes green as glass, has been hidden away in coastal France. He wears royal purple and ermine, speaks little, watches faces, prowls, broods, remains nearly alone and incognito, and is protected by a great kingly man named Edward.

For his own reasons, Malcolm volunteers to join Tom at the Fool School.

A great crashing storm drives the ferry off course, but luckily Malcolm, Tom, and Edward have lowered a rowboat and muscle their way across the English Channel. There awaits Tom's new life as a student of tumbling and jongleuring. But Malcolm has purposes of his own.

Monday, October 20, 2014


Damariscove, by Jeremy Cook, free

The island of Damariscove becomes a safe haven for a teenager named Aran Brown when a massive viral outbreak ravages the mainland. With his supplies dwindling and his options limited, he and his two companions realize that they will eventually have venture out to survive. But what they find on the mainland is far beyond their worst fears, facing choices that no child should ever have to face.

Monday, October 13, 2014


Dominion, by Bobbie Bretana, free

I wasn't looking for fame and fortune, just hanging out with my girl and having a good time. Like going to the Grand Opening of the National Air and Space Museum before anyone else did. Of course, the Secret Service dudes were a pain but I was used to them, my Dad being a US Senator. Oh yeah, there was a pair on Licce, my girl. She's the President's daughter. Not that it wasn't cool. What was really cool---I can go inside your pet's head, see what they see, hear what they hear. No, I don't look in on Licce when she's wearing those short pink PJs in her White House bedroom. Trouble was, someone found out and now they want me. Someone in the government. So, I ran. Didn't et far and now, I'm really in trouble---

The second book in the series, Dominion 2: Courage, is now available. Note: A small caution for 'strong' language.

Monday, October 6, 2014

Revelations, Book 1 of the Thera's Eyes series

'Revelations' is the first book of five in the 'Thera’s Eyes' series, a young adult paranormal romance, full of magic, action and with some humor.
Elizabeth Monterey, or Beth, was known inside the archery world as the youngest athlete to win the National Championship in all categories at the age of fifteen, repeating the feat the following year. Before reaching seventeen, she was the gold hope for the World Championship.

But fate intervened and her life was thrown upside down when a plane crashed, killing her parents and putting her twin brother in a coma. Now she struggles to maintain her brother in the hospital, where he can receive the best treatments, while trying to solve some other little problems... 

Not only was her family’s fortune gone, replaced by a debt she had no idea how to pay, but she was also dealing with night terrors and the weird after effects of those, which included uncontrollable anger and blowing lamps. To make things worse, Edgar Sanders, her legal guardian and lawyer, rented the guesthouse of the Monterey’s mansion to an annoying guy, called Leon Greese.