How did I not know??!! I barely have any time to prepare. Thank golly I didn’t have a big breakfast. Did anyone else know it was National Pancake Day? I must celebrate. I am going to have to put off Taco Tuesday for a pancake dinner tonight. Off to the store I go for supplies. There is so much I have to prepare. Oh the excitement!

Chasing Fireflies (A James Beamer Thriller Book 1)
by Paul Seiple
4.3 Stars (48 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery

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Set the fireflies free. Send them home before God cleanses the world.

Homicide cop, Michael Callahan sees death everywhere. During the day, he protects the city from evil. At night — he is the evil. He hears the hopeless pleas, feels the last breath of the victims. He sees life fade away through the eyes of the killer. In his dreams, Michael is the killer.

But it’s just dreams. Right?

The internal struggle of protector versus killer refuses to stay hidden when the dreams become reality. A serial killer, who calls himself Murmur, stalks the streets of North Carolina, searching for the “fireflies.” Michael knows the victims all too well — he’s killed them in his dreams.

Riddled with doubt and growing suspicions from his partner, Michael is determined to put an end to the terror — even if it means an end to himself.

Chasing Fireflies is the first book in the James Beamer Thriller Series. While each book serves as a stand alone novel, reading them in the following order is suggested.

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All The Way Home
by Ann Tatlock
4.7 Stars (180 Reviews)
Genre: Contemporary Fiction | Religious & Inspirational Fiction | Religion & Spirituality

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“Tatlock employs flashbacks efficiently, and her rich descriptions and characterizations are unusually fresh and inventive.” — Publisher’s Weekly

Christy Award winner
First Place, Adult Fiction, Midwest Independent Publishers Association!

From a rough section of Los Angeles during the late Depression years, to the civil rights struggles of the 1960s in the South, this novel is a searing portrayal of one family trapped by alcoholism and another living the typical middle class life- but it’s not what you would expect! Tatlock paints an American story through the eyes of two best friends, girls separated by the internment camps of World War II. The surprises never stop!

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The Devil’s Justice
by Chad Cull, FranklinD Lincoln
3.8 Stars (77 Reviews)
Genre: Westerns

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When Jace Carlin’s family is killed by drunken marauders, he goes on a quest for vengeance until he settles the score. With his mission complete, he finds no satisfaction in what he has done. His family is still gone. He is alone and haunted by the violence and killing he has left behind him.

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Centernia: Return to the Castle
by Rose Catherine Khan
4.8 Stars (12 Reviews)
Genre: Teen & Young Adult | Fantasy

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Jessica shuffled down the steps. The bus doors closed behind her, and the bus pulled away with a familiar squeak, hiss, and cloud of exhaust. Jessica shuffled her way up the driveway, walking around the puddles that congregated in the cracked asphalt. The rain soaked her hair as she trudged on. She fumbled with her keys and opened the door. Immediately, the warmth of cinnamon tickled her nose.

She kicked off her shoes, stepping into the pale green interior. The flowery wallpaper was peeling off the walls. “Mom?” she called out, walking forward timidly. “Mom?”

She entered the kitchen and froze.

A black-haired girl sat on her kitchen countertop, grinning.

“Hello, Jessica.”

Jessica blinked, glancing around wildly. Her mom was nowhere to be seen. “Who are you?”

“Your cousin Misa.”

“I have no cousins.” Jessica slowly lowered her bookbag to the beige linoleum.

“Well that is certainly untrue,” the girl replied.


Ten years ago, in the land of Centernia, a deadly mage feud left Castle Aurumice trapped under a sinister energy field. Fearful of its evil aura, the cat-like inhabitants of the castle were forced to flee with nothing but the clothing on their backs. Only three people remained in the abandoned castle — the starry-eyed drug addict Misa, her dangerously manipulative brother Teren, and Nico, an alluring fire mage and the last true Lord of Aurumice.

Misa is determined to destroy the barrier and save the castlefolk no matter what trickery it takes. The young woman’s quest sends her across dimensions to Earth, where she deceives her cousin Jessica Ravenwolfe, a high school freshman with enough problems of her own. Unwillingly, Jessica is thrown into the wild and beautiful world of Centernia, forced to help her strange cousins. The human girl becomes intertwined with the lives of the enigmatic castlefolk and their mysterious fire mage leader.

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St. Patrick’s Day the Irish Way: A Delicious Collection of Traditional Irish Recipes
by S J Breen, Paddys Day
4.2 Stars (35 Reviews)
Genre: Cookbooks, Food & Wine

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This is a book jam packed with history of St. Patrick, how he came to Ireland, how the parades started, a traditional St Patrick’s day in Ireland, and of course the delicious food we eat!
I was born, reared and still live in Ireland Gorey in Co. Wexford to be exact, the recipes in my book were and and still are staples in our diet.

Traditional Irish recipes include:

Full Irish Breakfast
Dublin Bay Chili Prawns
Bacon and Cabbage
Traditional Irish Stew
Beef and Guinness Pie
Bailey Cheesecake
Nanny’s Scones
Traditional Apple Tart
Baileys Bread and Butter Pudding

So what are you waiting for scroll up and grab your copy and start making TRADITIONAL Irish food today!

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