Free: The Excelsior Appointment

Cameron Cunningham is flying high. Young, bold and ambitious, the rising star of Sydney’s advertising industry is one deal away from landing the biggest promotion of his career. But, for the man so used to having it all go his way, life is about to get a whole lot harder. Burdened by family and threatened by failure, the weight of expectation looms large. Petty rivalries and fractured relationships jeopardize the best-laid plans, as jealousy, spite, addiction and violence threaten to push thi... [Read More...]

Between the Causeways

“This charming canine tale offers a feel-good escape from the weight of fraught headlines.” -Kirkus Reviews “Beautifully descriptive, often almost poetic… breathtaking whirlwind events that you don’t always see coming. It may restore your faith in humanity.” -Readers’ Favorite In this novel inspired by a true story, three strangers set out on a rescue mission to save a dog living in the woods beside a curvy, small-town road. Their unlikely partnership l... [Read More...]

The Bridge to Freedom Series

The time, place, and people are easy to engage with and easy to read about because they are familiar. Come along and take a peek at the characters, see how and where they lived, get a sense of what was considered acceptable or not. Join Everett and Violet Banks and see beneath their many layers as they experience joyful and poignant moments in their lives from the time they met as children until they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. From $0.99 to $2.99 on Kindle. Learn More ... [Read More...]

The Julia Street Series

The Julia Street Series brings this small place to life in a big way. Perhaps you were lucky enough to grow up in such a place, where neighbors supported each other, where children roamed freely and there was a sense of community. You will find everyday trials and tribulations common to many and a vivid portrayal of a time long ago. There is a lot of truth within the people depicted. The Julia Street Series details the African American experience in the 20th Century. $0.99 each on Kindle. Learn... [Read More...]

Caused by Dray: Billionaire Dray Royce Series #9

The missing billionaire Royce Family patriarch; three female jail escapees. The tragedy for the world to see. The firings; the losses. The client; the new Black billionaire. The meeting; the unforgettable party. The mysterious new Royce gossip reporter; the connection to a crisis. A life-changing family event. Is Dray Royce the cause of all of it? $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Blast from the Past

Imagine what it would be like to travel back in time and experience your teenage years all over again. Would your perceptions change? Would you be able to heal old wounds and let go of what you most regret; or would it all just be fun and games? Miles Goodwin is about to find out. In 1984, an unspeakable tragedy took the life of his best friend, Ash Earnhardt. Miles has spent his entire adult life blaming himself for what happened, never once considering he might be wrong. As the decades go by,... [Read More...]

Free: One Visit

In sleepy, rural North Wales, Frankie Gibbs, a recently laid off, aimless twenty-year-old on Universal Credit, wants nothing more than to keep his younger brother out of the care system. He single-handedly takes this upon himself while their alcoholic, cocaine-addict, single-parent father, Guy Gibbs, heaps misery on their lives through systematic abuse and his never-ending wild parties. After Guy is sent to prison, Frankie is coerced into opening his home to Justin, an acquaintance from his sch... [Read More...]

Tiny Tim’s Christmas Carol: Another Untold Miracle of Charles Dickens’s Classic

Ebeneezer Scrooge isn’t the only one who is visited by Christmas Spirits. Tiny Tim, an endearing character in the classic tale by Dickens, is only 6 years old, but the intense pain from crippled legs and the bullying from other boys take him to his darkest hour. Then 3 Christmas Spirits appear as magical children to bring him a Christmas miracle. $1.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]