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Comment by Cody Alan Reel on May 11, 2013 at 4:38am

I'm giving away two stories for Kindle this weekend, "Torture" and "Deadly Accurate", and I would like to get some more reviews on it.

Here is the link:

Thank you for reading.

Comment by Raymond Mathiesen on May 11, 2013 at 1:10am

The Ugly Machine Saga by Wallace Provost

4 out of 5 stars


A look at the ugly side of life

What if a computer programmer, intent on creating an unbeatable game of infinite variety, designed a self-teaching, neural net that could use all the power of the internet: every computer connected to it?  What if that neural net became ‘conscious,’ and assumed the name Henri?  Rick Koenig and Patrick O’Toole, in separate adventures, find themselves thrust into the world of criminality and government corruption: kidnapping, violence, and double dealing.  Each man, though, is not alone.  Each will find friends along the way, but as well as this each will have the help of Henri, a wisecracking ‘avatar’ with knowledge for beyond the limits of the human brain.


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Review of The Ugly Machine Saga by Wallace Provost

Comment by Fuentes on May 10, 2013 at 10:03am


Written as a Cluedo game, I was immediately captived and I followed the signs to the final revelations.
A tough but fair enough vision of life in high school. 
Very nice dive into friendship, the cruelty of life.


Comment by Fuentes on May 10, 2013 at 10:03am


It was a long time since I did not dive so instantly into a great dystopia.
I devoured this story, which is a combination of "Divergent" by Veronica Roth, "Delirium" by Lauren Oliver with peaks of "The Hunger Games" by Suzanne Collins all covered in an anti-hero characters with supernatural strenght.
Personally, I loved it! I wanted to


Comment by Justin Bienvenue on May 9, 2013 at 2:23pm

SYNOPSIS: The year is 1870. Five years after the Civil War has ended. Many states, cities and small towns are still recovering, one of these places is the town of Toomswood. The town has been taken over by sly corrupt tycoon Javier “Bones” Jones. Things only get worse for the town when a mysterious stranger rides into town making an offer and cutting a deal with Jones. The man gives Jones super dexterity and point pin shooting accuracy among other like abilities, however in return he has placed a curse on Jones, making him a leader to the Undead unbeknown to his knowledge. After finding out his curse Jones takes a liking to it and soon kills to turn his gang into an army. The mysterious man then tells Jones he will also lead Undead Civil War soldiers who are now bloodthirsty madmen. It is up to Emerson Shaw, a quiet humble young man with his own personal demons to stop Jones and his men. Along with his best friend and others who will join them, Shaw must find a way to stop Jones from destroying and terrorizing the town and turning it into a literal walking Ghost town.

Available at

Amazon and Kindle


Comment by Kandy Kay Scaramuzzo on May 9, 2013 at 1:54pm

Pie: An Old Brown Horse

Check out Pie, he has turned into a runaway  horse!

"This is a feel good story bout life,love, second chances and giving back."

                  January Magazine

"...he became the most amazing mentor and therapy horse." -

             The Wall Street Journal

Available on Amazon

Comment by Cliff Ball on May 9, 2013 at 9:10am

Times of Turmoil a Christian Thriller is free today on Kindle.


Comment by Brandi S. on May 9, 2013 at 6:06am

If you're a fan of mysteries, then this is the book for you!

For a limited time, Buried Secrets has been reduced to .99! Grab it before this deals ends!



Comment by Brittany Weddle on May 7, 2013 at 9:02pm

The first in the Ava Chronicles, a series of YA short stories.

Here's the plot:

Ava might be a princess, but she rather being doing just about anything else when it comes to her studies and even goes against her parents rules from time to time. When her parents learn that she's hasn’t been showing up for her lessons, they're shocked to find out what she's really been up to.

Follow Ava along her journey to what it truly means to be a princess in book one in the Ava Chronicles.

Ava: Princess of Fairy Grove is available for download on the Kindle store. Click here for the link!

Comming soon for the Nook and Itunes!

Comment by Brandi S. on May 7, 2013 at 2:51pm

Check out this week's Teaser Tuesday featuring Promises, Promises by Janice Baker!


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