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New Releases – Self-Published Books

B The EXXtinction by Santiago Mantilla

B The EXXtinction by Santiago MantillaB The EXXtinction by Santiago Mantilla is a dystopian science fiction novel proposing the provocative question: what would happen if men go extinct? Despotic ruler Queen Estevez starts a civil war to exterminate the male population. What she didn’t count on is how many males and females are bonded together, and don’t want to join her crusade.…

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Long Plastic Hallway by Joyce V. Harrison

Long Plastic Hallway by Joyce V. HarrisonTwenty-somethings Ellis, Bax and Chloe set out for a roadtrip only to quickly find they have no money. Busking to get by, Ellis eventually makes his way to Los Angeles and into the cut-throat music business, and all the highs (literally) and lows you find there.…

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Exile (Bloodforge Book 1) by Tom Stacey

Exile (Bloodforge Book 1) by Tom StaceyExile (Bloodforge Book 1) by Tom Stacey is an epic fantasy novel that heralds the beginning of an exciting new series. The Verian Empire is in shambles – on the edge of war, in the past and on the horizon – a land where heroes no longer remain.…

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Celluloid by Holly Curtis

Celluloid by Holly CurtisCelluloid by Holly Curtis feels like a novel written in black and white – the color of old movies, and especially Film Noir. It’s not a crime novel, per se, but it is a novel permeated with the love of old movies.…

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My Daylight Monsters by Sarah Dalton

My Daylight MonstersMy Daylight Monsters is the prequel novella to Sarah Dalton’s Young Adult Mary Hades series. Though the book is called a prequel, Dalton recommends in the beginning of the book to start with this short work, and it establishes Mary Hades as a riveting, exciting, and sensitive young adult heroine.…

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Golden Gloves: rap-novel by G. Petrov & M. Salita

Golden Gloves: rap-novel Golden Gloves: rap-novel is one of the most unique reading experiences you’ll have. Written in rhyming verse, it tells the story of a Jewish immigrant from Odessa who wins a Golden Gloves boxing tournament. The book covers heady issues such as anti-Semitism, immigration, poverty, and the cut-throat world of amateur boxing.…

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Brighton Make-Believe by Michael Salita

Brighton Make-Believe by Michael SalitaBrighton Make-Believe by Michael Salita is a charming children’s book about using your imagination. Really, there cannot be enough books stressing kids to use make believe. In the neighborhood of Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, three six-year-old boys are sick of playing sports all the time and want something else to do.…

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Thirty Days to Thirty by Courtney Psak

Thirty Days to Thirty by Courtney PsakThirty Days to Thirty is a fun and emotionally-charged novel about a woman who’s just approaching thirty who loses everything: In the space of a few hours she gets fired from her job and then finds her boyfriend of six years has been cheating on her.…

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