Best Books: Fiction

1 Mystic Tattoos

Mystic Tattoos

David Ellinger | Sci-fi Fantasy

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Mystic Tattoos is about a self-discovery, about our spiritual journey and lessons learned. It about finding oneself and growing in that self-discovery. It is an adventure into the mystic and the unknown. Being a Medium, I asked for Spiritual guidance and at the end of the book have given predictions for the next five years. So if you like...

2 CLAIRE (is it really love)

CLAIRE (is it really love)

Grace Gervas | Romance

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Claire knew that she needed him; but he was not actually what she wanted, neither what she had dreamed of! The man she fell in love with was anything but candlelight and bed of roses, but she loved him. The question is, did he really? WARNING: this book contains explicit sexual scenes.

3 A Starlet is Born

A Starlet is Born

Maysam Yabandeh | Sci-fi Fantasy

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Green aliens, the original residents of the earth, are temporarily living in Greenovia, a planet at the edge of the great black hole. They are concerned that with the way humans are treating the planet, there might not be anything left of it when they will return. To figure why humans are not taking care of their planet, they send a spy to live...

4 Revolution Number One

Revolution Number One

Zin Murphy | Drama

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1970s Portugal. As revolution turns the world upside down, Ed loses his wife, his business and his money. Then an evil cult takes his best friend. Ed is desperate to get them back. Can he do it? At what cost?

5 Romancing The Wife

Romancing The Wife

Zin Murphy | Humor

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Frank Feydeau is the new Vice Coordinator of the United Nation International Romance Office, based in Italy. When it comes to love, he only has eyes for his wife Betty, who refuses to leave New Orleans and join him. To get posted there, Frank must win an important contract for Uniro. He has 5 weeks. Suspecting that his wife is falling under the...

6 Poet's Art, Volume 1, 2020

Poet's Art, Volume 1, 2020

David Fox | Poetry

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This poetry anthology features more than 20 poets and more than 40 poems. With illustrations. Senior Editor (and poet) David Fox is a true inspiration. Despite being born with Cerebral Palsy and having suffered from mental illness in his 20's, David has written poems for children and adults for over 20 years.

7 A Diet To Kill For

A Diet To Kill For

Bryan Murphy | Drama

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A riveting tale of a not-so-distant future in which what you eat is who you are. And loyalty depends on sharing or refusing to share, blood. Literally. Dark Future, good reading.

8 Cruising the South

Cruising the South

K J Tesar | Fiction

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The road trip is on! It’s the early 80s, and two good friends, Matt and Sandy, decide to head off around New Zealand’s South Island in a battered old van. They are accompanied on their journey with a ready supply of humour, if not by much money. That humorous take on things definitely comes in handy, as along the way they get themselves into...

9 Breakaway

Breakaway

Bryan Murphy | Short Stories

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The near future. An independent, racist state, carved out of northern Italy. Economic meltdown. A slide into bloody chaos. A man with a mission: to save the two children of his closest friends. At what risk? At what price? Will it be enough? And who is the mysterious female go-between with the sensuous lips and steely eyes? Dark Future, good...

10 You Saved Me Once

You Saved Me Once

Amelia E. S. | Romance

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book trailer here: https://youtu.be/JN43bQfPmb4 Loving someone can make you so fucking happy, and make you cry at the same time. It can ruin you, if you let it consume you. But, what if there's no other way, what if it's destined. Written in the cold air, in the pouring rain, in the waves. What if it's meant to be, no matter what? You save each...