The Broken Traveler

“Laughter in the Shadows: A Memoir of Pain and Pretence” “A Gripping Journey of Love, Loss, and Self-Discovery” In “The Broken Traveler”, Hugo Smienk takes you on a deeply personal and relatable journey of love, loss, and self-discovery. Through the eyes of his protagonist Henri, Smienk shares a candid and unflinching account of his struggles to heal from a painful and complicated divorce. From the sun-drenched landscapes of Southern France to the vibrant str... [Read More...]

The Hollywood Assistant: Life Below The Line

Micheal HaDeras The Hollywood Assistant: Life Below The Line is a shocking insiders tale about the inner workings of one mans life inside a major Hollywood production. He details the everyday trials and tribulations of a Hollywood producer assistant in full color, leaving no surprising detail, ridiculous request or scandalous event out, giving the reader insight into the multi-billion-dollar Hollywood machine that they would never find anywhere else. Including an Oscar winning actress, a Golden... [Read More...]

Free: PROSTITUTE TO PROFESSOR: A Guide to Radical Transformation

Discover the inspiring journey of Becca Jacobson who transformed her life from a young prostitute grappling with drugs, alcohol, and loneliness, to an unlikely career as a college professor battling the same demons. Her journey culminates in a dramatic fall and unexpected rise to a new career coaching others through their own transformations. Free on Kindle. ... [Read More...]


One wife’s story of caring for her husband with dementia and the lessons for caregivers she learned along the way. “Enduring is both heart-warming and heart-breaking . . . Larkin has written an inviting resource that highlights-and will help readers face-the ups and downs of being a caregiver.” BookLife Reviews $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

College Life of a Retired Senior

A true story of a former bank managers experience as she returns to college in the third act of life to earn a degree in English. Seven years after she retires from the Royal Bank of Canada, ending a thirty-seven-year career, Yvonne Blackwood surprises her friends and family by returning to school at sixty-four. She craves knowledge and is motivated by four powerful reasons. Blueink Review writes: Blackwoods appealing attitude and resilience keep readers turning pages, rooting for her success. ... [Read More...]

Free: Circles in the Wind: A Memoir: Tales from the Rainbow Road

Circles in the Wind is a poetic chronicle of the “back to the land” movement of the 1970s and the counterculture of the late 1960s. The novel documents the wanderings of Blackjack, Red Dawge, and Memphis Dennis across the country, from commune to commune, through hobo camps, and into remote mountain hideaways. From the story of the Rainbow hippies to the loner Houndog Tom and the gardens of Gentle Rain, the novel weaves an intricate tapestry of the life and times of those who sought... [Read More...]

Odar: Jido, A Journey Through Community

Hovsep Karamardian is on the precipice of adulthood. Finishing his education, he awaits a life in the family business that seems to him like a prison. On an errand to market, an unexpected confrontation forever changes him. After living a life surrounded by family and friends in Kessab, he is abruptly forced to travel with his brother to start again in the Americas. Hovsep is odar or other in this new world. Relying on nothing but his own intrepid nature and ability to adapt, he finds work, lov... [Read More...]

A Life Stolen: My Father’s Journey Through Alzheimer’s

A Life Stolen is the gripping account of a father and daughters devastating, but inspiring journey through Alzheimers. Its purpose is to give guidance to others caring for loved ones with this terrible affliction. The hope is that it will make the road for others an easier one to travel. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

The Miller’s Angel Baby

In “The Miller’s Angel Baby,” delve into the intertwined lives of three women connected by love to the same man, each grappling with buried truths. Alexis, maintaining a facade of perfection, faces a cascade of losses leading her to her father’s enigmatic history. This memoir unveils her journey of uncovering family secrets, navigating through grief and betrayal, and finding resilience and faith. Discover a story of confronting past deceptions, forgiveness, and the stren... [Read More...]

Free: Janey and the Miniatures

Matthew and Heath live at Hwits End, an 18 acre homestead beside a river. Over the years they have lived there, a number of cats have arrived and determinedly made their homes there too. One freezing August evening a tiny tortoiseshell with startlingly asymmetrical markings on her face appears through the cat flap, and she is clearly desperately hungry. Matthew does not like cats much but he cant bear to see any creature go hungry so he feeds her and, of course, she moves in. The adventure of t... [Read More...]