“The Girl from Tir-na-nOg” Depicts the Inherent Magic of Ireland

Posted on January 05, 2017 by Nichole Tyler | 0 Comments

Experience the journey of a level-headed building contractor who suddenly realizes he is destined for adventure and was meant for much more than an ordinary life in The Girl from Tir-na-nOg, the new novel by Gary Hope.

Reeling from the divorce from his manipulative ex-wife, Paul Alfred decides to uproot his life in North Carolina and disappear to the hills of Ireland. His relocation sparks the beginning of his journey to not only realize the inherent magic of Ireland, but also the power and wonder within his soul. 

Although his new life begins in disaster, Paul soon begins to settle down and enjoy building a life with the colorful citizens of Dungloe. Excitement, friendships, and possibly even romance lay in store for Paul, who will have to define for himself just how far he will go for the one he cares about.

After seven trips to Ireland, the author, Gary Hope, has experienced the magic and enchantment that is captured in this book. This is his third novel, the first two being It's Too Late To Die Young Now and Abbey. Home is in the Northlands of Carolina, where he has lived for over three hundred years, but which seems like only three weeks.

The Girl from Tir-na-nOg is available in softcover (ISBN 978-1-62137-939-3) and eBook (ISBN 978-1-6213-940-9) from,, and This book can also be ordered from most bookstores around the United States and United Kingdom. For more information on the author or the book, please go to

Can Liam O’Connor Solve Murder Conspiracy and Discover “The Key to Betrayal?”

Posted on July 26, 2016 by Bobby Bernshausen | 0 Comments

A small Florida town is turned upside down when a retired Boston police homicide detective finds himself in the middle of a murder conspiracy. After two hit men make an attempt on his life, protagonist Liam O’Connor becomes the focus of a homicide investigation and embarks in a race against time to find out who is after him.

Struggling with the ghosts of his past, Liam must traverse the details of his old cases to find clues as to who, and why, someone would want him dead. Daunting facts begin to emerge as O’Connor realizes the attempted hit is connected to the recent murder of a former Boston police captain and his own deceased father.

O’Connor must form new allies if he is to survive the investigation, so he befriends the local police detective, Officer John Tibedoe, and starts to fall for the beautiful Officer Tina Youngblood. Will those closest to him be his salvation, or will Liam find himself trusting the wrong people in The Key To Betrayal?

Born and raised in California, author John Matthew Lee is a third-generation law enforcement officer with fifteen years spent as a homicide detective, sergeant, and detective commander. His extensive career with the Sheriff’s Department helped formulate his unique storytelling perspective. Being a husband, father, decorated officer and longtime high school football coach has provided him with the background and desire to write The Key To Betrayal.

The Key To Betrayal is available in softcover (ISBN 978-1-62137-843-3) and eBook (ISBN 978-1-62137-862-4) from,, and This book can also be ordered from most bookstores around the United States and United Kingdom.

“Culture Clash” Examines Profound Cultural Differences From USA

Posted on December 10, 2015 by April Elkins | 0 Comments

Culture Clash: Evolution of An Expat by Benjamin Long is a story of hope, survival, and the human capacity to go beyond the boundaries of deep‐rooted cultural conditioning and self‐imposed limitations. The author’s insightful account explores the mechanics of what makes the American culture unique from any other in the world.

"Cultural differences matter: How profoundly they differ and how powerful these differences can be," recounts the author in his riveting first‐hand account of his sometimes hilarious and moving struggle to comprehend and adapt to life in a foreign land. Culture Clash provides a simplified way of grasping an otherwise complex subject. Long draws from his personal experiences to show real life examples of the problems that can develop when cultural differences are ignored or underestimated.

Benjamin Long is a graduate of Redlands University and has lived in and traveled to North America, Europe, Middle East, and South East Asia. He grew up in the Philippines and immigrated to the United States in his teen years. He currently lives in Los Angeles, California.

Culture Clash is available in hardcover (ISBN 978‐1‐62137‐763‐2), softcover (ISBN 978‐1‐62137‐763‐4) and eBook (ISBN 978‐1‐62137‐764‐1) from,, and This book can also be ordered from most bookstores around the United States and United Kingdom. For more information on the author or the book series, please go to:


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“The Wine Games” is Unique Collection of Creative, Wine‐Themed Games

Posted on December 10, 2015 by April Elkins | 0 Comments

If your group of adult friends has grown tired of traditional board games, you'll want to get a copy of The Wine Games to play in a decathlon of unique, wine-themed activities. The Wine Games contains more than thirty easy-to-stage, interactive challenges everyone can enjoy.

Participants will balance wine glasses, throw bean bags at wine bottles, spit and bounce corks, catch crackers, roll grapes, and, of course, drink lots of wine. This compilation contains both instructions and illustrations to ensure every game is easy to follow.

The Wine Games is Brent Runzel’s first published work. Brent and his wife Karin regularly visit different wineries and vineyards, having followed wine trails in Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Napa Valley. They prefer white wines such as Riesling, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc and unoaked Chardonnay. They often gather with their friends to play Wine Games. Brent is also an avid runner and professional sports fan.

The Wine Games is available in softcover (ISBN 978-1-62137-792-4) and eBook (ISBN 978-1-6213-793-1) from,, and This book can also be ordered from most bookstores around the United States and United Kingdom. For more information on the author or the book, please go to


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“Morning Star Journey” Chronicles Adventures of Cornbread Mesa Ranch

Posted on November 19, 2015 by April Elkins | 0 Comments

Following the story of Finding Cornbread Mesa, Janna Gustaffeson's adventures continue in Morning Star Journey by author Judy McGrath. The future of their ranch land is threatened, a stalker appears on Janna's tail, and her sketching partner vanishes on an extended mission for the DEA.

Amidst requests from a local police officer to prevent the murder of an old acquaintance, Janna balances chaos at home with her children and relatives against looming mystery. As a creative woman artist who doesn't like to be bullied by criminals, Janna discovers surprisingly practical ways to deal with criminals amid the hectic standards of daily life.

Morning Star Journey is the second novel written by author Judy McGrath. Trained in art, design, and writing, she has taught at public and private schools, gained experience in security, and dabbled in the intricacies of retail. In addition to writing, Judy is a wife, mother, and grandmother, living in the mountains of San Diego County, California.

Morning Star Journey is available in hardcover (ISBN 978-1-62137-756-6), softcover (ISBN 978-1-62137-757-3), and eBook (ISBN 978-1-62137-758-0) from,, and This book can also be ordered from most bookstores around the United States and United Kingdom. For more information on the author or the book series, please go to:


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“7 Steps to Nutritional Balance” Educates and Empowers Health Seekers

Posted on November 17, 2015 by April Elkins | 0 Comments

Author Lu Crews reveals simple techniques to achieve vibrant health, delves into environmental toxins causing health problems, and exposes lies perpetrated by food and drug industry in 7 Steps to Nutritional Balance. The book provides the reader an easy to navigate guideline to the choices available in the market place. Readers will be empowered to break through old habits to take ownership of their life.

Join Lu Crew’s revolution to discover how the body, mind and spirit work together for exceptional health. Start making a change today through informed choices outlined in 7 Steps to Nutritional Balance. From purified water to herb qualities, this health guide is essential to consumers looking for answers.

Author and holistic activist Lu Crews shares her amazing story of how she pioneered the maze of health from an early age. She has been on a quest for many years, educating herself and all who will listen, to help others live an informed and healthy lifestyle.

7 Steps to Nutritional Balance is available in softcover (ISBN 978-1-62137-780-1) and eBook (ISBN 978-1-6213-778-1-8) from,, and This book can also be ordered from most bookstores around the United States and United Kingdom. For more information on the author or the book series, please go to:


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"Interface" FREE Kindle Download November 15th-17th!

Posted on November 10, 2015 by April Elkins | 0 Comments

The Kindle version of "Interface" will be a free download on November 15th-17th. The Facebook Event for the download can be found here and the direct link to the eBook is!

Interface Cover Art

Editorial Reviews:

"Interface" ... is so unlike anything I've ever read before, and is a great mix of action, mystery, thriller, psychological suspense, and supernatural, all tied together with great writing and an intriguing plot. I was almost disappointed when it was over, but the ending was satisfying and leads us to believe that there will be more. Great characterization and pacing.
Karen Matthews-Indie Book Reviewers

I really enjoyed this book, and the concept of mind-mapping was definitely a new one for me. The characters were all interesting and well-written, and I appreciated the fact that the author wasn't afraid to take risks and think outside the box with this one (pardon the pun).
Jhonni Parker- Goodreads

I haven't read anything like that in a long time, if ever. For once it seemed like the characters were anything but the stock, ordinary typical hero/protag guys, but instead all had demons, motivations, secrets, and I don't want to focus too much on it, but I thought the mind-mapping aspect was pretty cool too. All came together to create a fresh-feeling novel that was out of the ordinary and kept me hooked throughout.
Darla Ortiz- Shelfari

Whoa, that was a totally unexpected, surreal, and surprising ride! The writing is very descriptive and we can picture everything perfectly, but not so overdone that it slows down the pace.
Kaylee Stevens-Indie Book Reviewers

It's not often that I'm surprised or even all that impressed with books, simply because I read so, so much ... "Interface" was a welcome departure from many derivative tropes overused in the sci-fi genre, but still felt familiar enough to be a comfortable experience.
Anabella Johnson-Shelfari

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