How is it possible that a week or so ago I spent three hours in the garden, filled up a yard waste bin, only to fill up another yard waste bin again yesterday!? My yard isn’t even that big, but that’s exactly what I did. The sun came out, the x-carve machine was making more trivets for me, and a few flowers needed to be cut back. So what started out as just trimming a few flowers back turned into a full blown backyard cleanup. When I was a kid I would have hated the chore of cleaning up all the dead leaves in the yard. I would have been fussing and grumbling under my breath the whole time. Now I feel like it soothes my mind, plus I have such a feeling of accomplishment when I am done. Poor hubby. All he sees is me out there filling up the bin, so I can replace the space with fresh plants.  That clearance rack of plants ain’t gonna sell itself  Bubby!!

SINGULARITY (Sarah Armstrong Mysteries Book 1)
by Kathryn Casey
4.5 Stars (665 Reviews)
Genre: Crime Fiction | Mystery

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Profiler Sarah Armstrong knows what it’s like to be in a sticky situation. But when megawealthy businessman Edward Lucas III is found murdered along with his mistress, their bodies posed in grotesque ways, Sarah quickly senses that this will be the deadliest case of her career.

While others focus on Lucas’s estranged wife, Sarah hunts a suspect only she believes in. Yet nothing in her career prepared her for the horror of a young man who believes he has been sent from heaven to massacre innocent people.

When Sarah picks up the killer’s elusive trail, the psychopath sets his sights on all she holds dear. Filled with pulse-pounding action, Singularity features a feisty, funny, and tough heroine and a truly creepy killer, as it races along to a chilling and unexpected climax.

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The Heirs of Earth (Children of Earthrise Book 1)
by Daniel Arenson
4.3 Stars (702 Reviews)
Genre: Science Fiction

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We hide in shadows. Our planet is lost. We are the last humans, and we must go home.

Two thousand years ago, aliens destroyed Earth. Our fleets shattered. Billions died. The last humans fled a burning planet, heading to the stars.

Today we are still refugees. Hungry. Afraid. Our enemies hunt us everywhere.

So we hide. On distant asteroids. In rundown space stations. In deep caves on frozen worlds. And we dream.

Of green hills. Blue skies. Golden fields. We dream of Earth.

And for the first time, we have hope.

A few of us, just a handful of brave souls, form the Heirs of Earth. We are humans who stand tall. Who fight back. Aliens call us terrorists. The humans we save call us heroes. We have starships, weapons, and warriors. We can bring humanity home.

Earth is far. We have not seen her in many generations. But we have not forgotten. Earth is our heritage. Earth is our birthright. We will return!

In 2016, the Earthrise series became a surprise bestseller, captivating hundreds of thousands of readers around the world. Set two thousand years later, Children of Earthrise begins a new story, one for both new readers and old fans.

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Prison Days Book 1: A True Crime and Prison Biography
by Simon King
4.3 Stars (227 Reviews)
Genre: Biographies & Memoirs

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Stabbings, rapes and murders. This is maximum-security.

Simon King works in one of the country’s worst maximum-security prisons. These are the true diary entries that describe the nightmare world beyond the walls. It’s a raw and brutal look into the day-to-day running of a place where the prisoners decide your fate.

Get ready for an uncensored trip behind the razor wire, as you experience life inside a place holding the worst offenders imaginable. Experience the horrific assaults, murders, prison gangs and day-to-day chaos that makes this one of the worst jobs on earth. Can you handle a trip into maximum-security?

Prison Days Book 1 is the first in the series. If you enjoy reading about real-life crime, with all its raw and honest details, then you will love the Prison Days series.

Unlock Prison Days Book 1 today and begin your journey behind the walls of one of the most challenging places on the planet.

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Run With It (MacAteer Brothers Book 1)
by ML Nystrom, Hot Tree Editing, Booksmith Design
4.5 Stars (54 Reviews)
Genre: Romance

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The struggle is real. Beverly spends so much of her time juggling her four kids, a dead-beat ex, and two jobs that she never has time for herself or another man in her life.

Then Connor moves in next door.

Connor is healing from a hard break from his family and is working to find his own identity. He has no interest in joining another one.

Then he meets his neighbor.

Two people building new lives. Two people with no time or energy for love. Bev and Connor are determined to stick to their plans, but life has other ideas — now they just have to run with it.

“Run With It” is a Dragon Runners motorcycle romance spin-off., featuring Connor from “Stud.”

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Makeup & Murder: Beauty Secrets Mystery Book 1
by Stephanie Damore
4.3 Stars (207 Reviews)
Genre: Humor & Satire | Humor & Entertainment

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Beauty and lies collide in this fresh and flirty mystery series.

Client’s secrets can get you killed.
A lesson girl boss, Ziva Diaz is learning the hard way.

When she’s attacked inside a client’s home and wakes to find a dead body, Ziva gives up the safety of selling lipsticks for the dangerous role of detective.

With suspects piling up, a killer on the loose and her own life threatened, Ziva needs to solve the case before her high heels turn toes up.

Good thing she has her fashionable best friend, Aria, the cute deckhand, Finn, and the feisty Mrs. J. to watch her back because it’s all hands on deck in this humorous, romantic mystery.

Grab a chai latte and escape to Port Haven today!

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