Monday, June 29, 2020

Exciting Announcement

I will be sharing an exciting announcement next week! Be sure to stay tuned and keep an eye out, I can’t wait to share this news with you!

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Immortality: This is Probably a Novel by Anna Faversham

Check out this amazing book from Anna Faversham on! Get your Kindle copy today!
Immortality: This is Probably a Novel
“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” —Mark Twain You aren’t going to like Chester; he’s not sure he likes himself. Having achieved his burning ambition to become a successful investigative reporter he is forced to hide from others who don’t like him either, in fact, they want to kill him. Off the grid in New Zealand, his quiet life is shattered when a stranger knocks on his door and takes him to the gates of Hell and back. He holds onto his sanity through the promise of returning to the only girl he has ever loved. You are invited into this mystery: intriguing, exciting and deadly.

Chester has achieved his burning ambition to become an investigative reporter but what has he sacrificed in the process? And now he's become the target, will he survive to enjoy his achievement? Off the grid in New Zealand, his quiet life is shattered when a stranger knocks on his door and takes him to the gates of Hell and back. He holds onto his sanity through the promise of returning to the one girl he has ever loved. You are invited into this mystery: intriguing, exciting and deadly.

Friday, May 1, 2020

An Awesome review of "Oh Susannah: It's in the Bag"!

Amazon #1 Best Seller in Books>Romance>Time Travel
A time travel romance : Laura finds herself washed ashore from a shipwreck early in the 21st century - she'd stormed off from her betrothed in 1814 so she's somewhat confused as to how this could happen. She likes her new life but she realizes she has made a terrible mistake.

Meanwhile, Xandra even hates her name as well as all the other bothersome things of modern day life and Laura happens to notice this. Could she...? Yep, she could, and she does. Back goes Xandra to 1814 only to be met with suspicious travelling companions, a highwayman and a delicious man who is still mourning the death of the girl he loved.

How do these two cope with their puzzling new lives? And how does Laura manage not to upset the course of history despite her meddling? And oh boy can she meddle!

If you like a romance with a little bit of mystery, a touch of humour and something of the thriller, then please grab a copy and visit another time, another place.

0.99 until 26th March or FREE on Kindle Unlimited

I don’t write children’s books so I’ve added this one for all ages from Carole Roman:

Thursday, April 23, 2020


Yujia Zhao is the Chinese mom of a bilingual and bicultural family in Southern California. She has lived in China and America and is fluent in both Mandarin Chinese and English. She is passionate about providing her son the opportunity to be bilingual, connect with his Chinese heritage, and embrace the diverse and beautiful cultures of the world. She is a user experience designer by day, book author and aspiring illustrator by night.
Little Sen’s Chinese Holidays is the first of many books she plans to create as part of the Shiny Lantern mission: To publish high quality bilingual children’s books for curious little minds who wish to explore other cultures of the world and learn another language.
For more resources for the book and bilingual education in general, please visit her website at


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Friday, February 28, 2020

Featured on Homeschool World & Practical Homeschooling!

Here’s a name homeschool parents are discovering and sharing: Carole P. Roman!
Whether it’s pirates, princesses, or discovering the world around us, award-winning author Carole P. Roman’s books enchant educators, parents, and her large audience of children.
If you’re looking to spice up geography, make history enjoyable, spark your child’s imagination, or just to teach the kids how to tackle common childhood trials, Carole has a book for you!
Kids who say, “I hate history!” will start singing a different tune when you introduce them to these delightful, award-winning books. Learn what life was like for a child in each civilization. Just enough illustrations and relatable facts to whet a child’s interest!

Geography becomes fun, when you know what it would be like to live in each of these 25 countries! Like a child’s version of the Travel Channel filled with entertaining and educational facts, to read over and over again.
Set sail for a voyage of the imagination with Captain No Beard and his pirate ship, The Flying Dragon. A young boy named Alexander, his cousin Hallie, and three stuffed animals turn into these characters at naptime, sailing the seven seas on dangerous and exciting adventures! If you liked the “Calvin & Hobbes” comic strip, you should love these. Imaginative, whimsical, fun to read aloud again and again!
Join Susannah Logan as she learns about life in this early reader chapter book series for children ages 7-10.
Oh Susannah, It’s In the Bag Susannah tries stuffing her problems into her backpack. But how much can a backpack take?
Oh Susannah: Things That Go Bump Susannah learns to confront her fears and not let her imagination prevent her from having fun.
Oh Susannah Color With Me allows young readers to color pivotal scenes in Susannah’s life. Filled with delightful pictures!

Visit Carole’s site for even more books, including princess books, jokes, spy codes, bedtime stories, Young Adult fiction, how-to-write titles, and more!
Where to Get the Books
Carole’s books are available through all the sites below—or just go to her site, find the book you want, and click on it! On Amazon, her books can be purchased in Kindle, paperback, and hardcover editions. At Barnes & Noble, in paperback, hardcover, and some in Nook. Visit her site to see everything available, plus an author interview and her blog!

About Carole

Carole P. Roman is a former teacher, grandmother, and the award-winning author of over 50 children's books. She hosts a blog radio program called Indie Authors Roundtable and is one of the founders of the magazine, Indie Author's Monthly. 
Visit Carole at

Thursday, January 2, 2020

Stories of the Young by Theodore J. Cohen and Alyssa Davine

Book 8 in Theodore J. Cohen's Flash Fiction Anthology series:

George Bernard Shaw once said: “Youth is wasted on the young.” Hopefully, you didn’t waste yours! Growing up as six-year-old child working in the coal mines of England in the 19th century, for example, precluded anything even close to what today would be considered a “normal childhood,” much less giving you a good chance of living past 30. Your chances of surviving to old age were somewhat better if you were born during the Great Depression, though then, many children often went to bed hungry. Compare their lives to those of children born after World War II. This anthology comprises 73 stories related to childhood selected from the 438 stories found in Books 1 through 6, incl., of the <i>Creative Ink, Flashy Fiction</i> anthologies. The stories, each 250 words or fewer in length, are best compared to a handful of peanuts or M&M’s.  Which is to say, they’re tiny, bite-sized morsels that won’t let you stop with one!

Theodore J. Cohen writes from the heart. His latest book of Flash Fiction is called Stories of the Young but could easily be called Stories from the Heart.  Seventy-three individual stories tug both the humor and heartstrings, making for an engaging read that is unputdownable. Cohen takes photos and writes tight, concise stories to match the action. His prose is fluid as it is graceful, eloquent as it is crisp. In a few short paragraphs, he is able to take you from the streets of Paris to the dustbowl without missing a beat. Cohen and his alter-ego Alissya Devine dive with ease into different cultures, ages, and dialects of children from all over the world in various time periods. Some of the stories are filled with pathos, others uproariously funny. One thing remains constant- out of the mouths of babes!

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The same site provides a FREE reader for Android phones.

iPhone readers should check their APP store.