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New Releases – February 2013

I know it’s been a while since I posted a batch of new releases, but I’ve been a very busy bee over here on my side of the monitor, with work, work, and more work, plus working on getting my first book written.  I’m still alive, though, and wanted to give my poor, neglected blog some attention, so I went out hunting for some new releases. I found a bunch that looked like good reads, so I’m sharing 🙂

New Releases:

Finding Her Voice
Suzanna Brown
Fiction , Drama

“Young Shannon finds it’s necessary to her sanity to get away from her manipulative family. Waiting the gruelling six years until she turns eighteen, Shannon walks away without a backward glance, landing in a place where she hopes to find the peace and solitude she has longed for. Step by step, everything just wants to fall into place.”

The Email Ordered Wife
Gloria Clark
Contemporary Romance

“Because there is no divorce law in the Philippines internet savvy and English fluent Filipinas search for their second chance in cyber space. This book brings to attention the racial prejudice prevalent in interracial marriages against which there is no law. It details the cultural differences that could destroy any marriage in good faith.”

Forged in Grace
Jordan Rosenfeld
Psychological Thriller

“At 15, a horrific fire scarred Grace Jensen, making her sensitive to the pain of anyone she touches. When former best friend, Marly Kennet, convinces Grace to abandon her life for Las Vegas, Grace discovers she has a gift to heal injury and illness. Soon the truth of Marly’s past and the fire that scarred Grace, is revealed, pushing the boundaries of loyalty and exposing both women to danger.”


Queen Witch
J.R. Pearse Nelson
Paranormal Fantasy

“Sage Brighton possesses incredible power, but as a witch of the Queen family, and a twin, she will serve an immortal patron all her days. They are to be the Lady’s Hands, her enforcers in the mortal, modern world. But first Sage must survive her training, learn to control her sociopathic sister without getting maimed in the process, and all the while try to keep something of her life for her own.”

Hitmail dot com
Russell Turney
Suspense Thriller

“Hitmail-dot-com … Your hopes and dreams were just deleted. The sickness infected a quarter of the world’s teenagers before anyone even noticed. As the source eluded the planet’s best medical experts and researchers, they gave it a name – Pandora.”


Hello Diva
Dana Ellington Myles
Women’s Fiction

“Charise never thought she was “beautiful”. So of course, when her hair starts to fall out, she resigns herself to a life spent as a permanent “ugly duckling”. That is, until her hair stylist / best friend comes to the rescue with The Weave. Read along as Charise finds out what happens when self-confidence and the idea of beauty is built around something so easily lost.”

The Locket
Lance Hodgdon
Paranormal Romance

“When Maggie Snow finds a mysterious locket in her heat vent and subsequently slips it around her neck, she sets off a chain of events that will change her life forever and rock the very foundation of her world. The mysterious girl who appears to her at her school leads her on a journey of of spurned love, rape, true love, and redemption and exposes Maggie’s own loveless family life for what it is.”

Louis Coulomb
Suspense Thriller

“Twenty-eight year old Mattias is up to his neck in debt and he’s just been thrown out of his girlfriend’s apartment in Paris. Now he’s forced to do what he vowed never to do again: ask his father for help. What he hopes will be a quick in-and-out, becomes a forty-eight hour helter-skelter through Amsterdam, where the past he fears most and a past he never knew existed, come to meet him.”

The Golden Years of Virginia Morgan
Steven M. Moore
Science fiction

“What happens when paranoid U.S. government officials decide their elderly agents and top scientists are becoming security risks with the onset of dementia and Alzheimer’s? The year is 2030. Meet DHS agent Ashley Scott and Pulitzer prize-winning reporter Eduardo Ortega. They battle a government conspiracy that goes far beyond an attack on the elderly who possess classified information.”

Only in America
Dominic Holland
Fiction, Humor

“How does a film script by an unknown writer get to be read by a Hollywood studio boss? What happens if he loves it? And what do his people do if they have no idea who wrote it? Stuck in workaday London, rejected by the literaty elite, wannabe screen writer Milly has no idea of the pandemonium her script is causing Stateside. A beautifully funny, romantic and compelling story.”

Indigo: Ink to Blood
Alan Brooks
Contemporary Fantasy

“What you don’t know can kill you. Indigo — 19 and Japanese — doesn’t know how she came to be on the street in New York City, rolled up in a rug and left to die. And she doesn’t know how her memory was erased or why her body is carpeted in tattoos. All she knows for certain is that assassins are after her and that no place is safe.”


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