to works of every sort, fiction & non-fiction, all worthy in their own genre. You have only to choose...
Time Travel, Mystery, Paranormal, Humour, Poetry, Thrillers, Regency Romance, Historical, True-to-Life Tales & an Autobiography
You will find these 'Indie Authors' on the following pages or linked in the margin. I have liked them for their imagination, humour or general writing skills. I hope you will appreciate them as I do!
Anna Scott Graham, David Keith, Barnaby Wilde,
Anna Scott Graham David Keith Barnaby Wilde,
Alison Blake, Don P. Bick, Elaine Waldron, Jane Foster,
Alison Blake, Don P. Bick, Elaine Waldron
Bill Rayburn, Phil Duke, J. P. Yager, Gary Weston
Bill Rayburn Phil Duke J.P. Yager Gary Weston
Starlight Army is fiction, yet based on real characters and true events. Royalties go to the Peoples Dispensary for Sick Animals towards their much needed new animal hospital.
By purchasing this book, you have already made a difference.
Suitable for adults and young adults.
Review by: Anna Scott Graham on Sep. 07, 2012 :
Gary Weston has crafted a perfect blend of facts and heartwarming humor as Su and her unlikely crew target dog fighters as well as industrial farmers. Weston pulls no punches, exposing cruelties exacted upon domestic and exotic animals with grace and honesty. Su learns a few lessons too; this reader was caught up in a riveting story with an even deeper meaning.
Review by: sue kane on Sep. 02, 2012 :
Comradeship, compassion, biker lifestyle, animal welfare, a rollercoaster journey, when a young girl joins up with a motorcycle club their common interest in animal protection takes them through a corridor of adventure peppered with amusement emotion fun and sadness. A well written novel by Gary weston from New Zealand. Sue Kane
When missing actor and tortured dissident Cade Walton appears on Dr. Drew Clemmons’ ward, the tormented physician spirits both to another universe where liberty seems an elusive notion. New relationships emerge, but the fallout of short and long-term persecutions hinders the men’s adjustments, leaving their partners uncertain if the past can be left behind.
Retired, bored, bald Tom Fletcher uncovers another dastardly plot to change the laws of probability. Pausing only to take part in a Speed Dating evening, he is soon creating havoc across multiple universes dressed as a duck.
Can Tom beat the Smiths? Will he find love? Can he play darts? What's a duck got to do with anything?
This book should only be read by people with a sense of the absurd.
Doris Marsh's life was a mess. With her marriage of fifteen years behind her, it still broke her heart to see her ex-husband with his new young love. She knew she had to get away from the small town and the constant reminders. Was she being brave or a coward running away? Would she find happiness in Fairhaven? And after a terrible event, who will be there to help her fix her broken life?
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Six 'indie authors', who can also be found on the suzybazaar ebook website, have come together to write six short stories using the 'Painted Door' theme. Mystery, fantasy, murder and even comedy have been imagined for your pleasure. The proceeds from sales will go to the international charity the Smile Train. It is an association that gives a true smile to children born with a cleft palate and/or lip.
Here is the beginning of Chapter 1 :
Sweat beaded on Thorndyke’s upper lip. His breathing was controlled and shallow, in an attempt to avoid detection. The big bass drum of his heart felt as if it would burst from his chest. Being found was inevitable. Death was inevitable. He was merely prolonging the agony. Agony. Deep down, it wasn't death that really scared him. It was how he would die. These people meant business. To these people, their “clients” were people to keep in line, and those that stepped beyond that line were to be made an example of.
New Arrival to the Website - Alison Blake
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3 ebooks by Phil Duke
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A raw portrayal of Don’s experience during the Vietnam War, dealing with dead and dying children. He exposes his soul discussing events in his life while coping with PTSD issues, not knowing for 40 years that he was suffering from the disorder. As conditions worsen he moves into a tent in the woods. Through treatment he returns to Vietnam and in a matter of a few months his whole life has changed.
First part of the sequel to 'A King's Head'
Mussa remained in her curtsey, her face lowered.
“You sent for me, ma'am,” she said softly.