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National Book Awards

This is probably the first year that I’ve been excited about the National Book Awards, which took place on November 15th. According to its website, its mission is “to celebrate the best of American literature, to expand its audience, and to enhance the cultural value of great writing in America.” This has been the focus and mission since 1950, the first year of the National Book Awards, starting with fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.

Throughout the years, it has expanded to include Philosophy and Religion, History and Biography, Arts and Letters, Translation, Contemporary Thought, Autobiography, First Novel, Original Paperback, and Children’s Books, which led to a feeling of too many categories and minimizing the award. Once the National Book Foundation was created in 1986 to oversee the awards, it reduced the number of categories back to fiction and nonfiction. Five years later, poetry was re-added as a category, and after another five years, the young people’s book literature category was also added.

The National Book Foundation also partners with the U.S. Departments of Education (ED) and Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Urban Libraries Council and the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading to distribute high-quality books to areas deemed to be book deserts as their Book Rich Environment Initiative mission. They distribute over a quarter of a million books in 36 housing communities!


This year’s winners in each category are as follows:

Fiction: Jesmyn Ward, Sing, Unburied, Sing

Ward holds an MFA, is an associate professor at Tulane, and a winner of the 2011 National Book Awards and a finalist for National Book Critics Circle. This is her third novel. Set in rural Mississippi, it centers on a family of a drug-addicted African-American mother who is tormented by the loss of her brother, an imprisoned white father, and the impact of both on their parents and on their children.

Nonfiction: Masha Gessen, The Future Is History: How Totalitarianism Reclaimed Russia

Gessen, a Russian-American journalist, has won several fellowships, including the Guggenheim. Her work has appeared in numerous newspapers and she has written several books. This book examines the lives of four individuals who were born under the promise of democracy, but have ended up with a stronger totalitarian society (and mafia state) than Russia has seen before.

Poetry: Frank Bidart, Half-light: Collected Poems 1965-2016

Bidart has written five other collections of poems and is a winner of the National Book Critics Circle award, among others. This collected works of his highlights the extremes of the human nature and experience, with a highly emotional connection.

Young People’s Literature: Robin Benway, Far from the Tree

Benway has won the National Book Awards before, among numerous other awards. This is her seventh young adult book. This novel tackles adoption and teen pregnancy, and how an adopted child raised as an only child starts to explore her biological family after she gives her own child up for adoption.


If you’re interested in the runners-up and longlist for each category, please go here. I personally was pleased to see that a number of runners-up were published by Graywolf Press, a Minneapolis-based publishing company.

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B&Q Writer’s Haven Word Crawl

What are Word Crawls?
World Crawls are a set of writing challenges–usually set to a storyline–meant to make writing a bit more fun and entertaining.

We hope you enjoy our very first Books & Quills Magazine Word Crawl! We’re excited to release it, and we hope it will help you write “ALL TEH WURDZ!” This crawl is based on our Writer’s Haven, an online global community of writers. All are welcome! Visit http://baqm.co/writershaven to join!

NOTE: THIS CRAWL IS APPROPRIATE FOR AGES 15+

It’s almost NaNoWriMo and somehow you’ve found yourself on Books and Quills Magazine’s Writer’s Haven server on discord. “What is this strange place?” you wonder. You’re welcomed warmly and led on a tour. You’re promised a sticker at the end of the tour, but the B&Q sticker stash is gone. Seems B&Q has a sticker swiping pirate aboard! Word war for five minutes while you wait for a new shipment of stickers to arrive.

You’ve completed the tour, you finally got your sticker… there’s just one more thing you’ll have to do before you’re fully initiated. Learn the chant: ALL TEH WURDZ!! FIX IT IN EDITING!! Do a three-digit challenge while you memorize the chant.

Congratulations, you’re one of us now. You’ll get used to the shenanigans eventually. Sprint to 100 words while you settle into your new home.

Speaking of shenanigans, what’s with all the people dressed up like sexy polar bears? Sprint to 300 words as you stare at them with a combination of confusion, concern, mild amusement, and fascinated attraction.

Oh no… Tara, the resident sticker stealing pirate, just popped in! “Overly affectionate greeting,” she says with a smile and walks off mumbling something about living to amuse. What? Is that a reference to something? Perhaps to the show that she seems to be “mildly” addicted to? If you understood the reference, sprint to a leisurely 150 words and then take a short break. If you didn’t get the reference, do a 10-minute sprint and then go binge watch Person of Interest.

Somebody hands out snacks. Bananas for everyone! Now that you’re refueled, word war for 15 minutes.

Turns out you need to refuel again after that word war. You head to the break room to get a cup of coffee and find that a knot of toads has gotten into the B&Q caffeine stash. That won’t do. Sprint to 100 words as you chase them out of the break room.

You report back to the staff about the toads. Turns out they knew about them and they aren’t really toads at all. They’re a group of bad students turned into toads by B&Q’s resident witch. You notice Tara slip down in her chair, trying to hide. Word war for ten minutes while you try to convince her to tell you how to turn them back into humans.

If you wrote more than 300 words, congratulations, now you can go help those poor students turn back into humans. If you wrote less than 300 words, roll a die and multiply the number you rolled by 100 and write that many words so she’ll finally tell you how to help the poor students.

Well, that was rather strange. But you’re starting to get used to the shenanigans now and by now you know that every time something strange happens, Dani is sure to have a song for it. Head over to the jukebox channel and listen to the most recently posted song. Write for the duration of the song.

Somebody asked what those striped things outside barber shops are called. The answer is right on the tip of your tongue. Was it stripper poles? Sprint to 200 words while you try to remember.

Barber poles, that’s it. Reward yourself with a short break for remembering.

Everybody is distracted by barber poles now. Did you know barbers used to perform bloodletting, surgeries, and tooth extractions as well? And that the stripes on a barber pole are symbolic of the blood and bandages. Fascinating! Now stop procrastinating. Write 300 words in five minutes to make up for the time you spent researching barber poles instead of writing.

Now that you’re back on track, head over to “if-you-see-this” and do the last challenge posted.

You decide it’s time for another quick break. You head to the break room. There’s some bot named Clay there. He wants you to play a game, but you just want a little love that he can’t or won’t seem to give. Word war for 15 minutes while you mourn the lack of love from Clay.

Finally over Clay, you move on from the break room and find yourself in the midst of a meme war. Sprint to 300 words while you search for the perfect meme to post.

The meme war finally comes to an end and you head to the break room again, in need of some (preferably not-toad-infested) coffee. On your way back, you hear somebody running around screaming something about somebody, or maybe a volleyball, named Wilson. What in the world? Sprint to the nearest thousand as you shake your head and laugh quietly.

You hear something in the distance, coming from another room. What is that? “Aye aye Cap’n.” Is… is someone here singing the Spongebob theme song? You can’t resist the urge to sing along and the song will undoubtedly be stuck in your head now. Write for the duration of the song.

While you’re in the middle of typing away and working toward meeting you word count for the day, four individuals approach you. They say their names are Christina, Steve, Troy, and Lionel and they tell you they work for Fenix Corporation and insist that the building is on fire and that everyone has to evacuate. Sprint for 20 minutes while you listen to them argue amongst themselves and babble on about time travel and the “TEMPEST Machine”… whatever that is.

You finish your sprint only to find that the four strange individuals are still there and still arguing. You shoo them away, because you have a feeling if you don’t then you’ll be listening to them for hours. Once they’re gone, you notice all the staplers have gone missing from the virtual B&Q office. You’re informed by the B&Q staff that there’s no need to be alarmed, Steve probably just stole them all… again. Do a 10-minute word war to get the staplers back.

It’s late and you’re tired and it seems all the coffee and snacks are gone. You’re in desperate need of boosting your word count a bit before you finally curl up in the nap room. You arrive at the B&Q crawl room and the first thing you see is “get a wife” and the word “felon.” You find yourself suddenly questioning everything. Sprint to 500 words while you try to sort it all out in your head.

A couple people run by shooting Nerf darts at each other, one of them dressed as the devil. You wonder where the funsanity ends and find yourself a target of the darts. “This is a no procrastination zone,” May and Tara tell you. Quickly write 100 words to save yourself.

It’s been a rather long day and there’s sure to be plenty more shenanigans tomorrow. Wrap up with an easy 5-minute sprint before packing in and calling it a night. You’re going to need your rest in preparation for another fun and crazy day in the Writer’s Haven.

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NaNoWriMo Prepping

My NaNoWriMo prep usually starts in September. I take any one of the handful of ideas floating around in my head at any given time and begin to flesh it out into as much detail as I can. I start with a basic plot that grows and develops as I build my world and give birth to my cast of characters.

I never go at it alone. I always surround myself with my fellow writers, asking them for advice and help when I need it and offering the same in return. It’s with their assistance that my world takes shape into something more than just a tiny pebble of an idea and forms into something greater that I can work with, in which I can give my characters and my plot a home.

The characters are the most important part of my stories. Without them I’d have an empty and boring world devoid of life and the action intended to keep readers turning the pages, hungry for more. It’s on my characters that I spend the most time. I always start with my main character, giving them just enough life that they can begin to talk to me and tell me about themselves: their mannerisms and flaws, their qualities, their motives and how they intend to reach their goals. I develop my other characters around my main character so when it’s time to start writing they can support and help or, in some cases as with an antagonist, hinder the main character on their journey to accomplish their main goal. I treat my supporting characters the same way I do my main character, letting them shape themselves. In a way, my characters write their own story.

I also spend a lot of time doing research. In my experience, there isn’t any story that couldn’t benefit from some research. Sometimes it’s in-depth historical research, or researching a bit of science I’m not already well enough acquainted with or need to brush up on. Other times my research consists of studying works by other authors who’ve “mastered” the genre(s) I intend to write in to become more familiar with the styles and methods they use to become successful writers and produce best selling works. On the occasion that I set something in a place I’m not familiar with, I take quite a bit of time to research the setting of my story. Sometimes even setting a story in my hometown requires a bit of research.

And then, of course, there’s taking time to put together a playlist that helps to keep the words flowing. Sometimes I’ll seek out help from a few artistic friends who help me to more clearly see my main characters by doing sketches based on the info I share about those characters with them. There’s also the search for a cover, even just a temporary stand-in during NaNo season to keep me motivated. And I never seem to be able to really get going once November 1st rolls around unless I’ve got even just a temporary working title for my project.

By the end of October, I’m always anxious and ready to roll, eagerly counting down the seconds to midnight on November 1st when I can finally put my pen to paper or fingers to my keyboard and start my 30-day marathon of writing to hit my 50,000 words.

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Winners in the Summer Indie Book Awards

Voting is all wrapped up for another year. The Summer Indie Book Awards hosted by Metamorph Publishing has released their winner list. Congratulations to all the winners! Let’s see how my predictions did.

Anthology

Prediction: There are so many great titles in the Anthology category, but I’m putting my money on Hugs and Kisses: A Writers’ Retreat Romance Anthology coming out on top.

Winners:

  1. The Collective by Riley Edwards and Jonathan Edward Ondrashek
  2. Ghostly Writes by Plaisted Publishing House and Many Others
  3. Man Behind the Mask by Audrey Brice (Author), Stevie Kopas (Author), S. L. Mewse (Author), D M Slate (Author), Dawn Cano (Author), Debbie Dodds (Author), Michelle Garza (Author), Alice J. Black (Author), Melissa Larson (Author), Fox Emm (Author), Dani Brown (Author), Kasey Hill (Author), Delphine Quinn (Author), Kindra Sowder (Author), Carly Holmes (Author), Jaime Johnesee (Author), Lisa Lane (Author), Rose Garnett (Author), David Owain Hughes (Editor), Veronica Smith (Editor), Jonathan Edward Ondrashek (Editor), Linnea Quigley (Foreword)
Results: I missed the mark for the Anthology genre.

Biography

Prediction: There are only three choices in this genre. It is also my first time hearing about any of them. Good luck to all three authors.

Winners:

  1. Breaking the Glass Slipper by Sherry Rentschler
  2. The Puppet Master by Stephen E. Crockett
  3. From Cropduster to Airline Captain by LeRoy Brown
Results: No prediction was made

Children’s

Prediction: Even though my kids are now grown, I love children’s books. After checking out the choices I think Where’s the Frog? could be a front runner.

Winners:

  1. Dragon Lightning by Jenny Burke
  2. Giorgio and the Olive by J.L. Gonzalez
  3. A Home for Emy by Chris Turnbull
Results: I’m left asking… Where’s the Frog? My predictions rate a zero in the Children's category.

Contemporary

Prediction: We have a competition in this one! It’s going to be a close call, but I expect ICE to lead the pack.

Winners:

  1. An Enlightening Quiche by Eva Pasco
  2. ICE – Knights of Silence by Amy Cecil
  3. Enigma of Life by Shandi Boyes
Results: ICE made the list.

Crime

Prediction: Dead on Your Feet could take this away. I have, however, added A Few Simple Murders to my wish list.

Winners:

  1. Take You Home by T.J. Spade
  2. Right to Silence by Lily Luchesi
  3. Blood Lust by Markie Madden
  4. Siren Song by Markie Madden
  5. Welcome to Central City by Adam C. Mitchell
Results: A fail in Crime!

Diversity

Prediction: I’m predicting Catch Me If I Fall, but with only four to choose from, this is anyone’s game.

Winners:

  1. Catch Me If I Fall by Kay Blake
  2. Freak by Erin Lee
  3. Her Name was Sam by Erin Lee
Results: Successful prediction

Dystopian  

Prediction: I’d be surprised if Untamed didn’t walk away with this.

Winners:

  1. Untamed by Madeline Dyer
  2. Border Lines by L.E. Fitzpatrick
  3. Operation Child by Jaci Wheeler
Results: Successful prediction

Erotica

Prediction: Pandora’s Destruction by Kitten Wallace has potential in this category. I will note there is a distinct absence of some of this year’s top indie erotica titles.

Winners:

  1. Disgraceful by Dee Palmer
  2. Blurred Edges (Volume 2) by Kane Caldwell
  3. Waiting by R.M. Gauthier
Results: Failed prediction

Fantasy

Prediction: This is the category to watch! It’s so tight, anyone could take this. I’m looking for Crown of Delusion or More Things on Heaven and Earth to place well. The competition is going to be tough though with the likes of Grant Leishman, Mark McQuillen and R.R. Virdi being among the authors to choose from.

Although one of my own books was nominated in this category, I don’t expect it to place in the top five.

Winners:

  1. Hat Trick by Jeremy Croston
  2. Color of Evil by S K Wee
  3. The Council by Kayla Krantz
  4. Playing with Fire by Clare Meyers and Cris Meyers
Results: Failed prediction

Historical

Prediction: This is a hard choice, but I’m betting on The Beekeeper’s Daughter doing well.

Winners:

  1. Letters Away by Elias Raven and Sharon Johnson
  2. A Nest of Hornets by Robert Krenzel
  3. The Beekeeper’s Daughter by Jane Jordan
Results: Successful prediction

Horror

Prediction: Yolanda Olson has a couple titles listed and both are probably going to end up topping the list. I’m looking for Dawn of a New Breed to stake a claim in the top few as well.

Winners:

  1. Shadow Puppets by Carver Pike
  2. Odium IV by Claire C. Riley
  3. Dead Normal by D M Singh
Results: Failed prediction

Holiday

Prediction: Only two titles are listed. It could be exciting to see who comes out on top. I can see both being in the top two.

Winners:

  1. Christmas Miracle in July by R.M. Gauthier
  2. Horny Santa by Ethan Radcliff
Results: I nailed the prediction in this category!

Humor

Prediction: This is another category with only a few choices. I expect to see Actually, Don’t Write a Book About Me come out on top.

Winners:

  1. Welcome to E. Mayberry by Chris Genovese
  2. Actually, Don’t Write a Book About Me by Leia Star
  3. FaeTal by Becca Moree
Results: Prediction placed second

Mystery

Prediction: I’m picking Agents of Shadow to rake-in the votes on this one.

Winners:

  1. Severed Heart by Kristy Ferguson
  2. Agents of Shadow by Richard Crofton
  3. Patriots Passing by Summer Prescott
Results: Prediction placed second.

New Adult

Prediction: I can see Jenna’s Story doing well.

I’m not picking a clear winner as one of my own titles is in the mix and I have to keep my fingers crossed. Good luck to all the authors.

Winners:

  1. Tomoiya’s Story: Escape to Darkness by C.A. King
  2. Concealed by the Night by Michael James
  3. In Her Woods by Jaxson Kidman and London Casey
Results: Surprise - shock! Thank you!

Novella

Prediction: Another tough fight. I’m looking at Snowed to be near the top. Kiss of Vengeance should also place well.

This is another category for which one of my books is nominated. As a sequel in a series, I don’t think it has the following needed to hit the top.  Good luck to all the authors nominated!

Winners:

  1. Tomoiya’s Story: Collecting Tears by C.A. King
  2. The Ghost in the Mirror by Faith Gibson
  3. Kiss of Vengeance by E.A. Copen
Results: Prediction placed 3rd. I’ll add some surprise and shock for my novella placing first. Thank you.

Paranormal

Prediction: This genre is packed with choices! I expect to see Embellished by Karen Glista finish high on the list. I’m not counting out Jill by Rose Montague, either. This is going to be a tight race to the finish and one of the more exciting categories to follow.

Winners:

  1. Deceit Can be Deadly by Nicky Charles
  2. Night Orchid by L. Lombard
  3. My Champion by Alanea Alder
Results: Failed prediction

 Poetry  

Prediction: Wow! Talk about some great poets! I’m picking Transverse to edge out the competition. Look for Stained Glass to place near the top.

Winners:

  1. Love Letters Destroyed by Winter M. Balefire
  2. Inhale Love Exhale Poetry by Lo-arna Green
  3. Nova by Joanne Van Leerdam
Results: Failed prediction

Romance

Prediction: This is an impressive list! I’m expecting to see Refusing to Expire by Tricia Daniels and Advance by K.A Duggsy to take the top two spots.

Winners:

  1. My Light by Echo Hart
  2. Refusing to Expire by Tricia Daniels
  3. Fit for a King by Susan Fisher-Davis
  4. Hart of Country by Kris Nacole
Results: 50-50

Science Fiction

Prediction: I expected this genre to be slam packed with titles. As it turns out, it is a manageable size. I’ll be looking for Starstruck and The Riddle of the Gods at the top of the pack

Winners:

  1. Riddle of the Gods by Lyra Shanti
  2. Starstruck by S.E. Anderson
  3. Zeeka Chronicles by Brenda Mohammed
Results: Successful prediction

Self-Help

Prediction: With only three titles listed, all will place well. I’m taking a pass on predictions on this one.

Winners:

  1. Victor or Victim by YM Zachery
  2. One Good Reason by Erin Lee
  3. The Lion and the Peacock: How I Conquered Anxiety by Jennifer Peacock-Smith
Results: All three did place well!

Short Story

Prediction: There are a lot of good short stories on this list. I’m taking a pass on picking the top spots as one of my own titles is in the running. Good luck to all the authors nominated.

Winners:

  1. New Horizons by Joanne Van Leerdam
  2. Freeing his Dark Edges by Kane Caldwell
  3. When Leaves Fall by C.A. King
Results: No prediction made

Thriller

Prediction: I’m expecting Amanda Evans’ book Finding Forever to place at the top, but I can’t count out R.M. Gauthier’s two nominations either. This could be an exciting finish.

Winners:

  1. Finding Forever by Amanda J. Evans
  2. Cain – Rage of Angels by Elias Raven
  3. A Tale of a Rough Diamond by P. J. Mann
Results: Prediction successful

Time Travel

Prediction: An interesting category! This one is anyone’s game and I simply can’t pick a clear-cut winner. I’ll be watching the results closely!

Winners:

  1. Booth by Jason Pellegrini
  2. Do You Realize? By Kevin A. Kuhn
  3. A Love Beyond Time by Bella Emy
Results: No prediction made

Young Adult

Prediction: Again, I see some familiar names I expect to do well, but I am predicting a surprise victory for an underdog title in this one!

Winners:

  1. The Adventures of Nick and Billy by Michael Hoard
  2. 16 Myths by Aim Rivivar
  3. Fragmented by Madeline Dyer
Results: You decide!

Congratulations to all the authors both winning and nominated.

There is no exact science to predicting the results of a vote like this. In a fan-based award, it’s anyone’s game. Just being nominated is an achievement to celebrate. I’m following all of these authors and look forward to reading more from each over the next year!

Until next time, happy reading.

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Things to Know About the New IT

I’ll try to keep this as spoiler free as possible. We all know the story, but not the surprises.

IT was the very first Stephen King novel I ever read. I was a teen at the time, and after finishing IT, I found myself led into a fairly long love affair with his other books, although none ever quite lived up to the first.

As a Tim Curry fan, the miniseries in 1990 combined two things I adored. Over the years, I watched it multiple times. It strayed from the book and I wasn’t a fan of the ending, but overall I found it as an acceptable from-book-to-screen transformation.

When they announced a new IT was coming to theatres I was elated. Even better, it carries the seal of approval from both Stephen King and Tim Curry. I made sure I was at the first showing available. I stayed away from articles and trailers hoping for that “WOW” factor that not knowing brings. In retrospect, I wish I had known a few things.

  1. IT was split into two parts. The movie which was just released follows the children in Derry only. I found it reminiscent of The Goonies.
  2. The adult half is not being released until 2019.
  3. There are Easter eggs. Make sure you watch closely to collect them all. Some I found quite amusing.
  4. Be prepared for a long movie. IT ended up being over two hours, plus the usual beginning advertisements.

My Personal Thoughts on the Movie

Strictly from a film standpoint, I agree with the critics – it is good. A few spots were a bit slow for me, but all-in-all it was an enjoyable flick. The child actors were great choices and spot-on. There are some great shock-value scenes, which I loved.

From a book standpoint, it is a different story. The movie deviates so far from the novel. I was disappointed. While I understand some of the reasons why it does, I can’t help but feel too much was missing.

I’m interested to see the direction in which part two goes.

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Summer Indie Book Awards 2017

Starting September 1st, 2017, and until September 11th, 2017, readers can vote for their favorite indie books for the Summer Indie Book Awards hosted by Metamorph Publishing.

Keep reading for a list of nominated books! You can vote by clicking the title of each genre. Check out C. A. King’s top picks for the Summer Indie Book Awards by clicking here.

To give you an inside look at some of the authors and books nominated for the Summer Indie Book Awards, we’ve conveniently linked relevant book reviews or author interviews found exclusively here, at Books & Quills Magazine!

For your enjoyment, we’ve also included image carousels with the covers of each book nominated for the summer Indie Book Awards. (If they carousels do not fully load, simply refresh the page!) 

List of Genres:

  • Anthology
  • Biography/Memoir
  • Children’s
  • Contemporary
  • Crime
  • Diversity
  • Dystopian
  • Erotica
  • Fantasy
  • Historical
  • Horror
  • Humor
  • Mystery
  • New Adult (NA)
  • Novella
  • Paranormal
  • Poetry
  • Romance
  • Science Fiction
  • Self-Help
  • Short Story
  • Thriller
  • Time Travel
  • Young Adult (YA)

 

Nominated Books by Genre

Anthology

 

  • 13: An Anthology Of Horror and Dark Fiction Bradon Nave, Carissa Ann Lynch, D.A. Roach, Erin Lee, Jackie Sonnenberg, Luke Swanson, Marissa Farrar, Samantha Sands, Sara Schoen, Savannah Blevins, Sophia Valentine, Taylor Henderson, Thomas S. Flowers
  • Romance on the High Seas Seven Swashbuckling Pirate Romances 7 Pirate Romances Chloe Flowers, Barbara Devlin, Katherine Bone, Danelle Harmon, Jennifer Bray-Weber, Amanda Mariel, Kamery Solomon
  • Claiming My Valentine Tami Lund, Julia Mills, C.D. Gorri, P.T. Macias, P. Mattern, Crystal Dawn, A.R. Von, Savannah Morgan, Audra Hart, Ariel Marie, Josette Reuel, Amanda Kimberley, Heather Kirchhoff, Daniella Whitehorse
  • Happy Holidays: Horror Anthology B. Bennett (Formerly known as Bonny Capps), Tim Miller, K Webster, Tara Dawn, Kyle Perkins, Yolanda Olson, Heather Bennett, Alex S. Johnson, Delphine Quinn, Nicole Carter, Blaire Hallows, Erin Lee, Sabrina Zirbes, Amy Ramsey, Melissa Robitille, Lenny Nale.
  • Characters Welcome: An Erotic Authors Guild Anthology Susannah Shannon, Pablo Michaels, V. E. Campudoni, Taisha Demay, Muffy Wilson, Raven Rayne, Dylan Cross, J. Richards, Brooke Lee, Julia Mills, S. I. Hayes, T. S. Irons, T. L. Travis
  • Crossroads in the Dark 2: Urban Legends Burning Willow Press  Edd Sowder, Kerry Alan Denney, Kevin Wimer, Samantha Alexandra, L. M. Barrett, T. J. Weeks, David Owain Hughes, L. Bachman, Richard Farren Barber, Karen Bovenmyer, R. M. Warren, C. C. Adams, T. Joseph Browder, Glenn Damien Campbell, Brian G. Murray, Alice J. Black, Michael Arnold, Jonathan Shipley, Jay Michael Wright II, Kerry Alan Denney, S. L. Perrine, Frank Martin, Michaeul Schutz, W. T. Watson, Mark Reefe, Carl Alves, Donna Marie West, L. D. Ricard, Aziza Sphinx, MJ Kobernus, Sergio Palumbo, James Master, S. L. Kerns, Jonathan Edward Ondrashek
  • Snakes & Stones Christina Benjamin, Kaitlin Bevis, Susan Burdorf, Erin Hayes, Suzanna Lynn, Ali Winters
  • Ghostly Writes Anthology 2016 JG Clay, JB Taylor, Adam Mitchell, Sara Mosier, Neil Newton, Rocky Rochford, Karen J Mossman, JLC Roche, Eve Merrick-Williams, Wendy Steele, Jennifer Reese, Stewart Bint, Kyrena Lynch, Mike Elliot, Adele Marie Parks, Amy Budd, Jessica Wren, CA Keith, Claire Plaisted, Ashley Uzzill, Jane Risdon, Cayleigh Stickler, Marjorie Hembroff, Jim Adams, Ricky Allen Jr., Audrina Lane, Elizabeth H Newton
  • Man Behind the Mask Edited by David Owain Hughes, Veronica Smith, & Jonathan Edward Ondrashek, Authored by Linnea Quigley, Audrey Brice, Dani Brown, Alice J. Black, Carly Holmes, Jaime Johnesee, Lisa Lane, Stevie Kopas, S. L. Mewse, Dawn Cano, Debby Dodds, Michelle Garza, Melissa Larson, D. M. Slate, Fox Emm, Crystal Jeans, Suzanne Fox, Rose Garnett, Charlotte Ros, Christine Elise McCarthy, V.A. Viruett, A. Giacomi, Kasey Dawn Hill, Briana Robertson, Delphine Quinn, Kindra Sowder, K. M. Cox, Rachel Nussbaum, Tamara Fey Turner, Florence A Marlowe
  • Cons Dames and G-Men Anthology 2017 Stab In The Dark Writers Circle, Adam Mitchell, Jane Risdon, Matthew L. Schoonver, Elizabeth Noreen Newton, Neal Skye, Paul Newton, Stacey Margaret Allan
  • Gems of Gratitude (Gems of Sisterhood 2) The Sisterhood, Alana Madden, Elizabeth Horton-Newton, LG Surgeson, Lily Luchesi, Karen J. Mossman, Christie Stratos, Markie Madden, Jennifer L. Roche, Chrissy Moon
  • Spook Lights 2 Eden Royce
  • Fantastic Creatures (Fellowship of Fantasy Book 1) A. R. Silverberry, Lea Doué, Julie C. Gilbert, Intisar Khanani, Caren Rich, Morgan Smith, David Millican, L. Palmer, Nicole Zoltack, Frank B. Luke, Lelia Rose Foreman, Arthur Daigle, Jessica L. Elliot, Kandi J. Wyatt, D. G. Driver, Craig J. Price Jr., Katy Huth Jones, Vincent Trigili, Bokerah Brumley, H. L. Burke
  • The Unforgiven: Horror Anthology J.L Clayton, R. L. Weeks, K. L. Humphreys, Becca Moore, R. B. Wood, Steven Evans
  • The White Ribbon Collection Tessa Valis, Julian Napier, Jade Whitfield, Leona Luxx, Karen Raines, J. P. Uvalle, Ashlei Hawley, K. M. Cox, Cassie-Anne I. Miller, Stacey Broadbent
  • Lurking in the Mind – A CHBB Anthology Jaclyn Osborn, Amber Hassler, Kathy-Lynn Cross, Savannah Rohleder, E.M. Fitch, Jaidis Shaw, M L Sparrow, Jacqueline E. Smith, James William Peercy, Liz Butcher, Ace Antonio Hall, Shelly Schulz, Kelly Matsuura, Lily Luchesi, Gina A. Watson
  • Once Upon a Death Anthology K.L. Cottrell, J. L. Clayton, Jessica Ozment, Brett Tahbonemah
  • Secrets of the Slain Lindsey Goddard
  • Reaching for the Light Marie Krepps & TL Katt
  • Looking into the Abyss Lauren Hester, Neil Newton, Ashley Marie Uzzell, Ian William, Claire Plaisted, Stewart Bint, C. A. Keith,  Anita Kovacevic, Michael R. Stern, Paul White
  • The Collective Riley Edwards
  • VS: US VS UK Horror Edited by Dawn Cano, Authored by Duncan Ralston, Rich Hawkins, James Ward Kirk, Kit Power, Glenn Rolfe, Lex H. Jones, Tim Miller, Daniel I. Russel, John Ledger, Jim Goforth, Essel Pratt, Daniel Marc Chant, Thomas S. Flowers, Kyle M. Scott, Jonathan Ondrashek, David Owain Hughes, T.S. Woolard, Toneye Eyenot, Michael Noe, Dani Brown, Sisters of Slaughter, Matt Hickman, Salome Jones, Kitty Kane, Peter Oliver Wonder, Kevin J Kennedy
  • Hugs & Kisses: A Writer’s Retreat Romance Anthology E.H. Demeter, Layne Calry, Ashley Rose Gustavson, Alizabeth Lynn, Desiree Meinville, Chastity Nicole, Katherine F. Scruggs, T. M. Sparrow, J. S. Thomson

Biography/Memoir

  • Breaking the Glass Slipper Sherry Rentschler
  • From Cropduster to Airline Captain LeRoy H. Brown
  • The Puppet Master Stephen E Crockett

Children’s

  • A Home For Emy Chris Turnbull
  • Blue Light Christmas Tobey Alexander
  • Chip and Skip Need Each Other Toi Thomas
  • Christmas Coloring Book Kat McDermott
  • Dragon Lightning J.S. Burke
  • Dynomike: Happy Shoes Frankie B. Rabbit
  • Giorgio and the Olive Branch J.L. Gonzalez
  • Heart of a Robot Jackie Siefert-Pappas & C.G. Blade
  • Rat-a-Claus Stefanie Jolicoeur
  • Spunky and the Dolphin Palace Ashley & Kyra Uzzell
  • The Many Adventures of Mason: The Hyper-Nap Collection N. A. Shoemaker
  • The Rabbit Joke Paul White
  • Where is the Frog? Kat McDermott

Contemporary

  • 5 Years Later Jaxson Kidman & London Casey
  • 99 Bottles Erin Lee
  • Book of Birds L.M Bryski
  • Broken London Casey
  • Broken Roots Michelle Diana Lowe
  • Can’t Fight This Feeling Miranda Liasson
  • Changed: A Tale of Metamorphosis Annabelle Garcia
  • Death of a Sculptor in Hue, Shape, and Color M.C.V. Egan
  • Enigma of Life Shandi Boyes
  • Flirty Thirty Cassie Mae
  • Gnarled Bones and Other Stories Tam May
  • Hole Hearted Melissa Pearl
  • ICE – Knights of Silence MC Book 1 Amy Cecil
  • Just Live Shaan Ranae
  • Levi’s Blue M. Leighton
  • Never Enough Taryn Steele
  • Project Revolution Sara Schoen
  • Riding Shotgun Paul Schaefer
  • Shadows At Night Michael James
  • Split Decision Everett Parker
  • Steal His Heart London Casey
  • The Diary of a Broken Father Sylvia Stein
  • The Navy SEAL’s Secret Baby: A Second Chance Romance LK Shaw
  • The Only Way Out Elizabeth Cash
  • The Opposite of You Rachel Higginson
  • This Piece of My Soul Robyn M. Ryan
  • U-Turn Leaona Luxx
  • Wild Knight Jaxson Kidman
  • Worthy of the Dissonance (Mountains & Men Book 3) R.C. Martin

Crime

  • A Colletion of Crime J.F. Flemming
  • A Few Simple Murders Padraig O’Hannon
  • Blood Lust (Undead Unit 3) Markie Madden
  • Dead on Your Feet Stephen Puleston
  • Kawartha Christmas Caper Douglas J. McLeod
  • Mine, Forever Kate Bonham
  • Pennies in a Pound Roy E. Stolworthy
  • Right to Silence Lily Luchesi
  • Siren Song (Undead Unit 4) Markie Madden
  • Take You Home (The Everett Files Book 3) T J. Spade
  • The Queen and the Viper Adam C Mitchell
  • Central City Tales: Welcome to Central City Adam Mitchell

Diversity

  • Catch Me If I Fall Kay Blake
  • Freak Erin Lee
  • Her Name Was Sam Erin Lee
  • Unwrapping a Marriage Reana Malori & Michel Prince

Dystopian

  • Border Lines L. E. Fitzpatrick
  • Edging Michael Schutz
  • Evasion Becca Boucher
  • Golden K. M. Robinson
  • Operation Child Soldier Jaci Wheeler
  • The Cathedral TJ Morris
  • Turning Point Bobby Akart
  • Untamed Madeline Dyer

Erotica

  • Bearing Down P Mattern
  • Blurred Edges (The Edge Series Book 2) Kane Caldwell
  • Camp Cougar L.A. Carey & R.A. Robbins
  • Deeper: Capture of the Virgin Bride Sam JD Hunt
  • Dirty Wish Karolyn James
  • Disgraceful (Disgrace Trilogy Book 2) Dee Palmer
  • Fireside Fantasies Mark D Davis
  • Forbidden Virgin Carmen Falcone
  • Grantham Global: Strictly Business (Dark Alley 2.1) D. S. Wrights
  • Her Wicked Fantasy Taylor Johns
  • Intricate (RN Diaries Book 2) Dolyn Keys
  • Josiah’s Love and Justice Volume I: Four Slaves Lucas X. Black
  • Kitten’s Tail James L. Grey
  • Lost & Bound Pandora Spocks
  • PanDora’s Destruction Kitten Wallace
  • Pink Skies at Night Michael James
  • Pretty Lost Doll Ker Dukey & K Webster
  • Purpose (Pleasure, Pain, or Purpose Book 3) Al Daltrey
  • Secrets of Desire L.K. Shaw
  • Slave Kayar Chance
  • Stolen Lust Tasha S. Heart
  • Submissions Lucas X. Black
  • Taming His Submissive Abigail Lee Justice
  • The Arrangement Anjalee Scott
  • The Winning Bid Michelle Windsor
  • Waiting R.M. Gauthier

Fantasy

  • Beacon (Lantern Book 2) Chess Desalls
  • Child of the Night Guild Andy Peloquin
  • Children of the Silent Season T. Wyse
  • Collecting Tears C. A. King
  • Color of Evil: Spectrum of Color Book Two S K Wee
  • Crimson Fire Mirren Hogan
  • Crown of Delusion (The Wars of Reckoning Saga Book 1) Tanor Costa
  • Dangerous Ways R.R. Virdi
  • Dawn of Blasphemy L. Bachman
  • Dom KD Jones
  • Dragon Moon Julie Nicholls
  • Evermore Alexandra Lee
  • Hat Trick Jeremy Croston
  • Hell Gate Josh Matthews
  • Holy War Grant Leishman
  • In the Presence of Knowing Valarie Savage Kinney
  • Knights of Enmity Sédrie Danielle
  • Legends Mara Reitsma and Mark McQuillen
  • Lore Master (Warrior of the Way) Robbie Cox
  • Magic-Born Dragon: Book Two of the Dragon Born Trilogy K.N. Lee
  • More Things in Heaven and Earth E.A. Comiskey
  • Of Spells and Shadows Camryn Rhys & Krystal Shannan
  • Overtaken K. F. Breene
  • POW: Another World Peter Oliver Wonder
  • Phoenix Resolution Lisa C. Morgan
  • Playing with Fire (Criminal Elements Book 1) Clare Meyers & Cris Meyers
  • Quest of the Dreamwalker Stacy Bennett
  • Reclamation: The Journey of a Lost Soul Sandy Frediani
  • Riven Colleen Vanderlinden
  • Shadow World: A Dragon Born Trilogy Ella Summers
  • Skin Deep/Ordinary Monsters Frank Martin
  • Teddy Bear Revolution T. E. Hodden
  • Thanos: Forging of Man Thomas A Watson
  • The Book of Roland James Master
  • The Council (Witch’s Ambitions Trilogy Book One) Kayla Krantz
  • The Devil and the Wolf Richard Pastore
  • The Devil’s Hand: Countdown Mark Taylor
  • The False Prophet Harry James Fox
  • The Fell Lyndsey Harper
  • The Future is Built on Ashes Charles Lee Mullenix
  • The Head Hunter (Zombified Book 1) Kindra Sowder & Santiago Cirilo
  • The Land: Raiders: A LitRPG Saga (Chaos Seeds Book 6) Aleron Kong
  • The New Reign (Of Lite and Darke Series) M.L Ruscsak
  • The Rite of Wands Mackenzie Flohr
  • The Shadow of Narwyrm Tom Fallwell
  • The Shape of My Soul Lynette Ferreira
  • The Shield of Soren D.M Cain
  • The Stonegate Sword Harry James Fox
  • The Wedding of Eithne Michael E. Dellert
  • The Forgotten Princess R L Weeks
  • Thrown to the Blue K. J. Chapman
  • We Could Be Heroes Sarah Dale
  • Widow of the Empyrean Nikki Mewha

Historical

  • A Nest of Hornets Robert Krenzel
  • Always Ransom Reina Torres
  • Letters Away: A Love Story Elias Raven & Sharon Johnson
  • Mae’s Revenge L. C. Bennett Stern
  • Night Witches Mirren Hogan
  • The Beekeepers Daughter Jane Jordan
  • The Gypsy’s Curse Sara Whitford
  • The Pharaoh’s Destiny Markie Madden
  • The Scattered Flock Jana Petken
  • The Set Dilemma Posey Parks

Holiday

  • Christmas Miracle in July R.M. Gauthier
  • Horny Santa Ethan Radcliff

Horror

  • A Mighty Rolling Thunder Kerry Alan Denney
  • A Night at the Dream Theater Mark Taylor
  • Bloodwalker L.X. Cain
  • Bones Yolanda Olson
  • Choice Cuts Michael J Elliott
  • Creep Yolanda Olson
  • Dark Flowers Caytlyn Brooke
  • Dawn of the New Breed John Hennessy
  • Dead Normal DM Singh
  • Deadly Demons Adam Reese & Alexia Vice
  • Headstones and Dead Bodies Marie Krepps
  • Heir to Gold and Ashes Ashley R. N. Hay
  • Just Things Erin Lee
  • Kill Switch Laken Cane
  • Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter C.A. Verstraete
  • Misty Eyes Paul Anthony Williams
  • Odium IV Claire C. Riley
  • Patriarch Jonathan Edward Ondrashek
  • Room 725 D. James
  • Seraphine’s Julia Clare & Virginia Johnson
  • Sex, Blood, Rock ‘N’ Roll, and Vampyr K. M. McFarland
  • Shadow Puppets: Scarecrows of Minnow Ranch Carver Pike
  • Strangers Within Jeremy Simons
  • The Country Club: Road Rage Tim Miller
  • War Angel A.L. Mengel

Humor

  • Actually, Don’t Write A Book About Me Leia Star
  • FaeTal Becca Moree
  • My Next Book Boyfriend Vicki Green
  • Welcome To E. Mayberry Chris Genovese

Mystery

  • A Catered Christmas Tim Hemlin
  • A Fatal Twist Tracy Weber
  • Agents of Shadow (The Keepers of White Book 1) Richard Crofton
  • An Evidence of Magic Kris Michaels & Patricia A. Knight
  • Expired Listings: Revenge Begins at Home D.M. Barr
  • Holiday Hangover Kathi Daley
  • Murder on Display Luke Christodoulou
  • Patriots Passing Summer Prescott
  • Severed Heart Kirsty Ferguson
  • Signed, Stolen, Delivered Douglas J. McLeod
  • Teabreeze Lila Vale & Kyle Perkins
  • The Adventures of Nick and Billy: The Mystery of the Rougarou Michael Hoard
  • The Carrigan Painting: Mysteries of Billamore Hall Series, Book 1 BJ Richards
  • The Curse of Arundel Hall J. New

New Adult (NA)

  • Concealed By The Night Michael James
  • Daylight Follows Michelle Dare
  • Hold My Breath Ginger Scott
  • Hooked Brenda Rother
  • How to Date a Douchebag Sara Ney
  • In Her Words Jaxson Kidman & London Casey
  • Jenna’s Story Skye Hegyes
  • Rescue Me Sara Schoen
  • That Summer H.M. Shander
  • Tomoiya’s Story: Escape To Darkness C.A. King
  • Twice Upon a Time Santana Blair
  • We Said Forever Marie James

Novella

  • Eléonore Faith Rivens
  • Fated – A Mystic Academy Novella Ednah Walters
  • From Russia, With Love Erin Lee
  • Kiss of Vengeance E.A. Copen
  • Losing Faith Erin Lee
  • No Shame Erin Lee
  • Rise of Valor Mark Taylor
  • Snowed In Shannon Nemechek
  • Take Me As I Am Erin Lee
  • The Birth of an Alpha Theresa Hissong
  • The Ghost in the Mirror Faith Gibson
  • Thirty Days in Technicolor Santana Blair
  • Tomoiya’s Story: Collecting Tears C.A. King

Paranormal

  • A Portrait of Pain Jane Washington
  • A Quanta of Magick P. Mattern & M. Mattern
  • Auburn Tides P. T. Macias & P. Mattern
  • Beauty and the Beast: An Adult Fairytale Romance Vivienne Savage
  • Beyond the Red Hood Ronald Edward Griffin
  • Bittersweet Aliya DalRae
  • Blaze: The Protectors Teresa Gabelman
  • Bound Through Blood Alexis Kennedy
  • Burgundy Skies P Mattern and P.T.Macias
  • Celtic Fire Liz Gavin
  • Chade Montana Ash
  • Chasing Shadows Kindra Sowder
  • Collateral Damage Susan Harris
  • Congregation of Darkness P. Mattern & J.C. Estall
  • Crimson Bayou Alizabeth Lynn
  • Crimson Moon P. Mattern and P.T. Macias
  • Crimson Moon Sherri A. Wingler
  • Cursed by the Fountain of Youth Holly Kelly
  • Dark Lovers (Iron Wolves Book 5) Elle Boon
  • Dark Secrets of a Dhampir P. Mattern
  • Deceit Can Be Deadly Nicky Charles
  • Dragon Blues Ophelia Bell
  • Dragon Void Ophelia Bell
  • Earth No. 105: Birth Ame Terra
  • Embellished Karen Glista
  • Fallen For Death Veronique Poirier
  • Full Moon Falling Faster P. Mattern & M. Mattern
  • Grey (The Covenant of Shadows Book 1) Kade Cook
  • Immaginario C.L Monaghan
  • In The Cards Angela D’Onofrio
  • Isobel (Dark Warrior Alliance Book 6) Brenda Trim & Tami Julka
  • Jill (Three J’amigos) Rose Montague
  • Jonas: A Stone Society Novella  Faith Gibson
  • Kate: A Paranormal Lustnamce Krihstin Zink
  • Made to Suffer (Journeyman Book 3) Golden Czermak
  • Midnight’s Balance Monica Corwin
  • My Champion Alanea Alder
  • My Guardian Gryphon Krystal Shannan
  • Night Orchid L. Lombard
  • NightMares Rise: Dark Shores Trilogy Book 1 Mirren Hogan & Erin Yoshikawa
  • Paranormal Contact Volume 3 Jeff Trelewicz
  • Revelation (Keepers of Hell Book 7) Danielle James
  • Resurrection (Keepers of Hell Book 6) Danielle James
  • Rogue Warrior Brenda Trim & Tami Julka
  • Ruby Passions P.T. Macias & P. Mattern
  • Running on Empty (Journeyman Book 6) Golden Czermak
  • Savage (Rise of the Pride Book 3) Theresa Hissong
  • Savage Bayou Alizabeth Lynn
  • Scarlet Storms P. Mattern & P.T.Macias
  • Shades of Red P. Mattern&  P.T. Macias
  • Simone (Desires of Blood Book 5) Ethan Radcliff
  • Sloan: The Protectors Teresa Gableman
  • Snow Blood: Season 4 Carol McKibben
  • Soul Journey Miranda Shanklin
  • Stealing Light Julie Cassar
  • Strident House P. Mattern & M. Mattern
  • Sweet Discovery Aliya DalRae
  • Temptations Bryce Evans
  • The Devil’s Highway (Journeyman Book 4) Golden Czermak
  • The Good Teacher Lorraine Carey
  • The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter Jennifer Malone Wright
  • Then Hell Followed (Journeyman Book 5) Golden Czermak
  • Triple Cursed (Dark Indiscretions Book 4) Shakuita Johnson
  • Under The Blood Moon Alexis Kennedy
  • Vindicta (The Liquidator Wars Book 1) Kindra Sowder & P. Mattern
  • Wedding of the Dead P. Mattern & Danielle James
  • When Darkness Breaks (The Underground Guardians Book 1) Brianna West
  • Windslinger J.M. Guillen

Poetry

  • 5 More Words Jaxson Kidman & London Casey
  • A Circus of Emotions Shefali Banerji
  • Balls Deep: The Erotic Poetry of Chris Genovese Chris Genovese
  • Beautiful Broken Amanda Leigh
  • Between the Cushions Erin Lee
  • Down and Dirty Prose Ethan Radcliff
  • Dreams of An Empowered Soul Anthology Lea Winkleman, Don Abdul, Kimberly Cortez, Poet Darcy, T L Hunt, Sharon Johnson, Angela Poetenza, Ethan Radcliff, Zarah Rhodes, Gina Whitney, Iris Magyar, Sandy Lawson
  • Inhale Love Exhale Poetry Lo-arna Green
  • Leaf Joanne Van Leerdam
  • Looking Back: Poems from My Adolescent Self Teesa Mee
  • Lost Love in Spring Rose English
  • Love Letters Destroyed Winter M. Balefire
  • Nova Joanne Van Leerdam
  • Partners In Rhyme – Volume 1 Sharon Johnson & Ryan Baird
  • Stained Glass Joanne Van Leerdam
  • Standing Room Only Ethan Radcliff
  • The Gospel of Everyone: A Poetic Retelling of the Gospel of Luke Paul Totah
  • TransVerse Theodore Ashford
  • Words on the Wind Cindy J. Smith

Romance

  • A Boy I Used To Love Jaxson Kidman & London Casey
  • A Way Back Into Love Veronica Thatcher
  • Advance K A Duggsy
  • All She Never Wanted Carolyn LaRoche
  • An Imperfect Engagement Alyssa Drake
  • Awakened (The Fighter Series #3) T.C. Matson
  • Beautiful Sacrifice Gen Ryan
  • Bite Me Part 1 Julian Napier
  • Bite Me Part 2 Julian Napier
  • Blaire Anita Gray
  • Bound By An Echo Virginia Lee Johnson & Julia Claire
  • Broken Boundaries Kaitlyn Ashley
  • Brokenhearted Bella Emy
  • Burn With Me Rachael Tonks
  • Changing Lanes Leaona Luxx
  • Christmas at Moosehead Lake Penny Harmon
  • Corrupted Hearts Julian Napier
  • Dating-ish Penny Reid
  • Deadly Obsession K. L. Humpreys
  • Declan Caitlyn O’Leary
  • Disillusion Alice C. Hart
  • Distracted No More Thia Finn
  • Engaged to an Alien Pop Star Kendra L. Saunders
  • Every Night Without You: Caine & Addison Violet Duke
  • Fighting for Alexa Jennifer Ann
  • Finding Me (The Music Within Book 3) Faith Gibson
  • Fit For A King Susan Fisher-Davis
  • Forgotten (A McKenzie Ridge Novel Book 3) Stephanie St. Klaire
  • Fractured Nicci Mayne
  • Fractured Beat RB Hilliard
  • From a Distance LM Carr
  • Game Plan TJ Penn
  • Harley & Rose Carmen Jenner
  • Hart of Country Kris Nacole
  • Hayden’s Timbre Thia Finn
  • Heartstrings Regina Frame
  • Her Highland Hero Y.M. Zachery
  • His To Own Autumn Winchester
  • House of Refuge Jamie Lynn Boothe
  • Imperfect Ella Linden
  • J.C. and the Bijoux Jolis Katy Regnery
  • Living For The Badman (Russian Bravta Book 4) Hayley Faiman
  • Living Out Loud (The Living Series Book 2) Melody Dawn
  • Lost in Scotland Hilaria Alexander
  • Lucca Sarah Brianne
  • Marry Me Mad Katy Regnery
  • Melting Steel C. M. Seabrook
  • Moody C. M. Seabrook
  • My Light Echo Hart
  • Nights are Unlimited Michael James
  • Once Upon a Pastry Ashley Uzzell
  • Pirate Heiress Chloe Flowers
  • Refusing To Expire Tricia Daniels
  • Rites of Heirdron Newland Moon
  • Seaside Whispers Melissa Foster
  • Second Draft C. M. Seabrook
  • Silhouette S. E. Cooper
  • Solid Ground Megan Green
  • Somebody Else’s Sky Jessica Hawkins
  • Something in the Way Jessica Hawkins
  • Special Occasions Grace Augustine
  • Stark Shadows CD Bradley
  • Stolen Dreams Maddie Wade
  • Subway Stops and the Places We Meet Mindy Hayes & Michele G. Miller
  • Tap Dancing With The Devil Faith Gibson
  • Tempting Jo Nancee Cain
  • Tequila & Tailgates Andrea Johnston
  • The Bench Rebecca Moreán
  • The Bet D. K. Combs
  • The Foreigner A.C Jade
  • The Freind Zone Nicole Strycharz
  • The Manhattan Memoirs: Volume 1 J.D. Lexx
  • The Manhattan Memoirs: Volume 2 J.D. Lexx
  • The Morning After Erin Lee & Jamie Lynn Boothe
  • The Other One Jiffy Kate
  • The Precious Ruby C. Renee
  • The Souvenir Emma Nichols
  • This Crazy Forbidden Thing London Casey
  • Timing is Everything Sybil Shae
  • Toli & Tessa (Las Vegas Sidewinders Book 6) Kat Mizera
  • Whatever it Takes Stephanie Smith
  • White Knuckles Autumn Jones Lake
  • Why Lie? Carey Haywood
  • Wordless Alyne Roberts
  • Written in the Scars Adriana Locke
  • Yours to Love Cathy Jackson

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