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Dark Ages by D.S. Tierney

From the author and creator of the bi-weekly audio drama Terragard Tales: A Fantasy Story Podcast comes the first novel set in the world of Terragard—Dark Ages. Terragard is a medieval fantasy setting filled with magic, mythic tales, rival houses, wondrous objects, deadly creatures, interceding gods, and more. It’s the perfect playground for a tale about a thief looking to earn a pocket full of coins.

Dark Ages
by D.S. Tierney
5.0 Stars (7 Reviews)
Genre: Fantasy | Science Fiction & Fantasy

The world of Terragard is a dangerous place. Grint, adopted son of the God of Thieves, has survived by stealing, cheating, and conning his way across the world. When a necromancer hires him to rob the un-robbable city – it’s too good an opportunity to pass up. And one he should have.

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Getting A Green Thumb

Not just one, but TWO of my birthday presents came in the mail yesterday! My birthday isn’t even until next month, so I am debating if they still count as presents or not. Hmmm…. I have a month to decide. The first is a three way soil meter. This is something I can’t believe I have gone without for so long, and I am really hoping this will step up my garden game. With a better understanding of the PH, moisture, and light level each plant is getting, I am hoping I will have bigger healthier plants. My other gift is a little greenhouse. The hardware stores don’t always have the plants I want, so I have been ordering seeds online and need a proper place to start them. I also needed a place to store my plants that require a little more protection through the winter. Having bees has certainly made me more focused on what I want out of my garden, and I am less patient with my trial and error method. I will give myself two days before that greenhouse is completely full.

If you would like to see more about what is happening in the garden and with my bees, you can visit my other blog, Girls Bee Haven, by clicking here.

Too Quiet In Brooklyn (A Fina Fitzgibbons Brooklyn Mystery Book 1)
by Susan Russo Anderson
4.4 Stars (696 Reviews)
Genre: Romance | Mystery, Thriller & Suspense | Mystery

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A Murder, A Kidnapping, & One Woman Who Never Gives Up… Abandoned by her father and mourning the sudden loss of her mother, Fina Fitzgibbons ekes out a living by establishing a cleaning service in Brooklyn called Lucy’s. But when she finds a body on a busy sidewalk in the heart of the Heights, she dusts off her PI license and begins searching for the killer, only to discover that the strangled woman’s four-year-old grandson is missing. A desperate hunt begins for the kidnapped child. During the chase, Fina resists falling in love with her boyfriend, Denny, an NYPD patrol officer, steps on the toes of Detective First Grade Jane Templeton, and uncovers secrets about her mother’s death. In the end, the killer has a vicious surprise for Fina.

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Divorced, Desperate and Delicious (Texas Charm Book 1)
by Christie Craig
4.3 Stars (643 Reviews)
Genre: Romance | Foreign Languages

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Can a desperate cop on the run persuade a charming divorcee to give him a place to hide out?

Ever since photographer Lacy Maguire caught her ex playing Pin the Secretary to the Elevator Wall, she’s been content with her dog Fabio, her three cats, and a vow of chastity. But all of that changes when the reindeer-antlered Fabio drags in a very desperate, on-the-run detective who decides to take refuge in her house–a house filled with twinkling lights and a decorated tree. (Okay, so it’s February, but she has a broken heart to mend, a Christmas-card shoot to do, and a six-times divorced, match-making mother to appease.) For the first time in a looooong while, Lacy reconsiders her vow. Because sexy Chase Kelly, wounded soul that he may be, would be an oh-so-delicious way of breaking her fast. Now, if she can just keep them both alive and him out of jail…

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Every Heart a Doorway (Wayward Children Book 1)
by Seanan McGuire
4.2 Stars (609 Reviews)
Genre: Fantasy | Contemporary Fiction

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Eleanor West’s Home for Wayward Children
No Solicitations
No Visitors
No Quests

Children have always disappeared under the right conditions; slipping through the shadows under a bed or at the back of a wardrobe, tumbling down rabbit holes and into old wells, and emerging somewhere… else.

But magical lands have little need for used-up miracle children.

Nancy tumbled once, but now she’s back. The things she’s experienced… they change a person. The children under Miss West’s care understand all too well. And each of them is seeking a way back to their own fantasy world.

But Nancy’s arrival marks a change at the Home. There’s a darkness just around each corner, and when tragedy strikes, it’s up to Nancy and her new-found schoolmates to get to the heart of things.

No matter the cost.

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BBQ, Bikers, and Murder (Hawg Heaven Cozy Mysteries Book 1)
by Summer Prescott
4.6 Stars (107 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense | Teen & Young Adult | Mystery

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One folded flag… … and the man she vowed to spend her life with was gone.
Could she survive as a single mom?
Her husband was supposed to come back, but now Rossalyn must rebuild and raise their son alone. Leaving their old life behind, she takes 13-year old Ryan cross-country to the small town where she grew up.
On the road trip home, she makes a discovery.
An old building on Main Street catches her eye and sparks an idea. There’s just something about it. Rossie knew immediately that it would be a perfectly charming place for a business… but what kind? When Ryan brought home a library book on bacon, her course was set. She had to open a BBQ and bacon café, and call it Hawg Heaven. Her late husband would have loved it.
Things are not quite as sweet as they seem in the small town, however.
A body is found behind her new business, which spurs a string of unfortunate events that pushes Rossie to the edge.
Who is the menacing biker that shows up at the oddest times?
Why does the sheriff have a chip on his shoulder?
Rossalyn never expected to become an amateur sleuth, but if she doesn’t figure out whodunit, the sheriff may try to pin the murder on her. Are she and Ryan next on the killer’s list? Will she figure out the clues in time?
You’ll love this emotional roller coaster of a Cozy Mystery, because every good murder needs a tough-as-nails woman to get to the bottom of it.

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The Amish Cradle
by Hannah Schrock
4.7 Stars (22 Reviews)
Genre: Religion & Spirituality

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Rock a bye baby in the Zook Cradle.

When the town matchmaker, Sarah Zook, introduced Hannah to her future husband, Levi, Hannah believed her life couldn’t be more perfect. Levi was all she ever wanted and their happy ever after was just beginning. All they needed for their dreams to come true was to have a baby to grace the Zook cradle that Sarah’s husband had made before his sudden death.

Until Hannah fell pregnant…
Hannah was devastated at losing her baby. Not only did she question her ability as a woman, but she began questioning her faith. She develops an unlikely friendship with the town matchmaker. Not only did Sarah suffer through the same devastating loss, but she understood Hannah like no other. Hannah wanted nothing more than to place a baby in the Zook cradle, but it seemed as if God had forsaken her and dashed her dreams of being a mother.

Follow Hannah’s journey as she finds friendship in an unlikely person, struggles through tragic times and loses her faith in God. Will the hardship ruin her marriage? Can Hannah trust in God again? Will the town matchmaker prove to have one last trick up her sleeve to save the day? Find out now in this sweet Amish romance.

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Crying In Your Milkshake

I was shopping and found a pair of pants that looked kinda nice. I found my size and grabbed a pair. It was then that I noticed they had an elastic waistband. I was so thrilled. Then I realized why I was so thrilled about the elastic waistband. I put them back. I am now crying in my diet milkshake that tastes like chalk.

Reunion and Revenge (The Mystery Sisters Book 1)
by Karen Musser Nortman
4.4 Stars (50 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery | Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

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Maxine Berra and Lillian Garrett, sisters in their seventies, travel together to visit friends and relatives in Max’s 1950 red Studebaker with her Irish Setter, Rosie. Does that mean they are amicable companions? Not at all. But when, during a family reunion, the murder of a family friend throws suspicion on their shiftless younger brother, they put their heads together to try to save him.

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Manhattan Hit Man (A Tanner Novel Book 18)
by Remington Kane
4.7 Stars (114 Reviews)
Genre: Thrillers

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Tanner returns to New York City and becomes involved in a war… as the Boston mob makes moves to take over New York City.

Meanwhile, after Sara agrees to do a favor for an old friend things turn deadly and she finds herself fighting for her life.

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Tutus & Cowboy Boots: A Small Town Dance Romance (Part One) (Tutus & Cowboy Boots Series Book 1)
by Casey Peeler
4.3 Stars (156 Reviews)
Genre: Literature & Fiction | Romance | Contemporary Fiction | Literary Fiction

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Spoiled yet broken-hearted New Yorker meets gorgeous, kind-hearted southern gentleman.

Cadence Lewis has been dancing before she could walk. Living in New York with her parents she has the chance to go to the best dance school in the country, but when her parents divorce she’s forced to leave her dreams behind and move to her mom’s small country hometown.

Cadence believes that all men are like her father: cold, unloving, and selfish. Barrick Carpenter has made Candace’s life eventful since the day she stepped onto her Grandma’s farm.

After witnessing Cadence’s heart shattering a million pieces, can Barrick put it back together and show Cadence that everyone isn’t like her father? Can he convince her to let love in?

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Apartment 14F
by C.M. Saunders, Greg Chapman
4.4 Stars (8 Reviews)
Genre: Horror

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When Jerry leaves his old life in London behind and travels to Beijing to take up a teaching position, at first he is enchanted by the brave new world he finds waiting for him. However, things soon take a turn for the worse. Upon his arrival he learns of the mysterious disappearance of his predecessor, and after he moves into his new apartment he is plagued by strange dreams in which he shares the dwelling, and his bed, with a ghostly entity. Then things start going bump in the night, and Jerry soon finds himself embroiled in the kind of supernatural drama that had previously been unthinkable to him.

An encounter with a fortune teller with a difference proves the catalyst for a new wave of terror and eventually, he is forced into the accepting the realisation that something else was waiting for him on the other side of the world, and perhaps even in the next world. What’s more, his time is quickly running out.

This is a new edition, revised version by the author.

Bonus content:

Inside Apartment 14F (essay)
Little Dead Girl (short story)

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Three Days In LONE PINE, An Untold Tale of The High Sierra (A Lone Pine Western Book 2)
by Mark Stephen Taylor
4.5 Stars (7 Reviews)
Genre: Literature & Fiction | Historical Fiction | Westerns

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Do you believe in angels? In 1873 the town of Lone Pine, California came to believe in them. Lone Pine is the home of Mt. Whitney, highest mountain in the contiguous United States, towering some 14, 497 feet. The white granite range of the High Sierra has been around for several thousand years, its towering spires unique in North America. However, the first recorded climb to this peak was not until August 18th, 1873, when three local fishermen braved the lofty crags and reached its elusive summit.
Prior to that, there had been many attempts, but recorded history tells us those climbers who made the attempts never ended up on the right peak! Some of them did not return, and were never heard from again. Hundreds of peaks point skyward in this range of mountains, and though Mt. Whitney is the highest, it remained the most elusive for decades. But Indian legends tell of evil spirits that once made their abode atop this very mountain. From this great height it was believed that these dark forces planned their wicked strategies against our entire country. It was their mountain!
The Indian legends also foretold of a time when the evil would be no more; a time when men and women would freely hike the mountain and experience the wonder and exhilaration it could produce within one’s spirit. According to those legends, and according to an old diary found in the hills just west of Lone Pine, that time did arrive. It was in August of 1873, when the most powerful leader of the angelic host paid an unannounced visit to the town. After his Three Days in Lone Pine, the mountain, the birds and the animals… even the people, would never be the same…

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Lessons Not Learned..again

I have mentioned before that I absolutely love infomercials, and easily get sucked into them. This is the main reason why I avoid them like the plague. Unfortunately garden shows can have the same affect on me, and when one of them mentions a plant that a bee would...

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Sound Advise

If I, for some reason, was standing next to a bunch of archaeologists, and they were trying to open a coffin of some 300 year old mummy, I would not stand around and watch. Nope. Nothing good happens when you open up the coffin of a 300 year old mummy. I would...

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