I feel like I am going through a selfish period right now. Months before Christmas I am shopping for everyone else, but nothing for me. Now that Christmas is done and most of the decorations are packed back up, I am feeling a bit selfish. I want something just for me. Maybe a reward for packing everything up. ERG! What an absolute pain. So I deserve a reward, right? There’s nothing I want. I got what I wanted for Christmas and there is nothing I want. Okay… this is weird. I want to be selfish, but I don’t want anything. HOW ANNOYING! Maybe I am going through giving and getting present withdrawals. It could be that after three months of holiday going going going, that January is too much of a shock being such an uneventful month. Time to detox and get back in the garden.

Green Light (Sam Archer Book 7)
by Tom Barber
4.5 Stars (2,710 Reviews)
Genre: Action & Adventure

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Alone in an apartment in New York City, a frightened young woman is packing her bags in a hurry. She then heads straight for her car parked around the corner, only two other people in the vicinity who’re just stopping off to pick up something to eat on their way home from work.

NYPD Detectives Sam Archer and Alice Vargas.

After a dramatic and tragic confrontation, Archer is drawn into the case, and soon learns the beautiful blond girl isn’t the only one being hunted. People connected to her are vanishing all over New York City; no-one knows what’s happened to them, or where they’ve gone. As he and his fellow Counter-Terrorism Bureau detectives search for answers, they become embroiled in a vicious gang war that goes back over seventy years. The number of vanished keeps on rising.

And soon, Archer is added to that list.

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Shock Mount: Rock Star, Reverse Age Gap Romance: A Lyrical Romance (A Lyrical Romance Duet Book 1)
by Kelly Kay
4.3 Stars (167 Reviews)
Genre: Romance

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A rockstar romance love triangle without crossover, and everyone gets a happily ever after. And it all begins with a spilled glass of wine and a broken watch.

If Meghan Hannah’s not falling down, she’s falling in love.

She’s a mess of herself and always has been. She’s an expert at putting her foot in her mouth, tripping over nothing, and being a very loyal friend but love, not so much. But she thinks she has finally got it all figured out. Until she spills her wine on the wrong Rock Star. Now Meg needs to figure out what can truly make her happy or she may just end up falling down without anyone to help her up.

Everything is set and perfect. I know exactly what I’m doing. Why is the hot rock star smiling at me? Don’t smile at me. I have my life together. Stop it, you stupid hot guitar player. Don’t make me come over there and tell you I’m not interested. Fine. I’ll talk to you, but just for a second. I mean, it is Ian Reilly, after all. Nope. Knock it off, Meg. Do not swoon. No swooning. Perhaps just one glass of wine.

Divorce behind me. Solid life in front of me. I’m making the leap into domestic life again with this cross-country commitment move to New York. Even though I’m leaving my beloved Sonoma behind, as long as I can text, my nearest and dearest won’t be too far away. But now, this gorgeous man is threatening to ruin everything. I was completely positive I knew what I wanted. Damn you, butterflies and goosebumps. I don’t think so. I am absolutely ready to fly out to start my new life in the morning. And Ian Reilly is most definitely, positively not a part of any of that. But do you think he would mind if I took a quick peek at his famous rockstar abs?

Book Ends With A Cliffhanger, but Book 2, Crossfade, is out and available

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Native American History: A History from Beginning to End
by Hourly History
4.3 Stars (731 Reviews)
Genre: Education & Teaching | History

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Until surprisingly recently, most history books noted that America was discovered in 1492 by Christopher Columbus. The truth was that by the time that Columbus arrived in America, people had been living there for more than 12,000 years. During this time, the indigenous people of North America lived without contact with other continents. Different groups developed separate and distinct ways of life, cultures, and societies but all shared one common characteristic: they relied on the land to provide them with food, and they developed a series of religions that, while separate, shared a respect for nature and imbued many animals and natural features with spiritual characteristics. These beliefs, combined with the fact that most of these societies were relatively primitive compared to those emerging in other parts of the world, meant that the Native Americans were able to live in harmony with the natural world. These people had sophisticated and complex belief systems, but they built no cities, no wheeled vehicles, and developed nothing beyond the most basic written language. Although many millions of people lived in North America, their impact on the landscape and the natural systems was minimal.
Then, abruptly, white settlers arrived, bringing with them new technologies and weapons, new religions, and an indifference towards nature. They also brought with them diseases to which the Native Americans had never before been exposed. Within two hundred years, the Native American population dwindled to a fraction of what it had been; the survivors were herded onto reservations on which they could not follow their traditional ways of life and where they were denied the most basic human rights.

Only in the twentieth century did the population of Native American people begin to recover, and only then did the general population of America begin to regard these cultured and sophisticated people as anything but savages. This is the story of the gradual rise, sudden destruction, and slow recovery of the native people of North America.

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Not Mushroom For Death (A Right Royal Cozy Investigation Mystery)
by Helen Golden
4.5 Stars (292 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery | LGBTQ+ eBooks

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Can Lady Beatrice clear her new beau’s name or will Detective Chief Inspector Richard Fitzwilliam’s hunch land Seb behind bars for murder?


Luca Mazza (38), who was taken ill during a food demonstration at the Fenn House Food and Wine Festival two days ago, is now known to have ingested poison. Lady Beatrice (36), the king’s niece, who is working on a refurbishment project at Fenn House with her business partner Perry Juke (34), is believed to be comforting Luca’s boss and close friend Sebastiano Marchetti (38), who she began dating last month.

Is he crazy? Why else would Detective Chief Inspector Richard Fitzwilliam suggest that Sebastiano poisoned Luca without any evidence? So now, with the help of her little dog Daisy and her best friends Perry and Simon, amateur sleuth Lady Beatrice will have to prove to Mr Know-it-all Fitzwilliam that Seb is innocent. But with so many people having access to the food preparation area at the show how will she find out who did murder Luca before Fitzwilliam lets his personal dislike get the better of him and arrests Seb?

A page-turning, contemporary, clean, British cozy whodunnit with a hint of humour that you wouldn’t be able to put down.

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Storm at Sunset
by Ian Hall
4.2 Stars (92 Reviews)
Genre: Action & Adventure | War

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The end is only the beginning…

Aircraftman Arthur Brownlow and his wife Joy are among the cheering thousands in London celebrating VE Day in May 1945.

But the young couple have heard the chastening words of Winston Churchill:

“We may allow ourselves a brief period of rejoicing; but let us not forget for a moment the toil and efforts that lie ahead. Japan, with all her treachery and greed, remains unsubdued. We must now devote all our strength and resources to the completion of our task, both at home and abroad.”

Arthur knows that he is not, like many of his fellow conscripted airmen, about to be demobbed. He is to be sent to the Far East as a member of 31 Squadron RAF, which is equipped with a fleet of battered Dakotas ferrying supplies into remote jungle bases and bringing out a wretched human cargo from Japanese internment camps.

Even after the Japanese surrender, it’s grim work for Brownlow and fellow crew members.

They keep a stiff upper lip, but harmony is threatened with the arrival of a subversive Glaswegian docker Jock Patterson and his mutinous message.

However, life is not without its lighter moments – and wireless operator Freddie falls in love with Nelli who, following her release from internment, is working with the RAF. Her Dutch origins hint at the country’s history under colonial rule.

Resentment at centuries of colonisation, first by the West then by the Japanese, is coming to the surface, and the RAF men are soon to feel the backlash in the most horrific way possible.

Freddie is dropped off by ‘U for Uncle’ at a base near where Nelli’s father has been detained, but the Dak fails to return to pick him up.

What shocking news is about to emerge from Bekasi, where ‘Uncle’ forced landed? Can Wing Commander Brian Macnamara deal with the poisonous Patterson and get the squadron’s mission completed?

How do men react when they discover a loved one at home has betrayed them? Will the conscripted men of 31 Squadron ever be able to cope in Civvy Street again?

Ian Hall’s impressive Storm at Sunset portrays the RAF’s little-appreciated work in the aftermath of the Second World War – its all-too human face and the political and military backlash that affected even their essentially humanitarian mission.

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Low Carb Dump Meals: Healthy One Pot Meal Recipes
by Louise Davidson
4.2 Stars (94 Reviews)
Genre: Cookbooks, Food & Wine | Health, Fitness & Dieting

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No-Stress Low Carb Healthy One-Pot Meals the Whole Family Will Love and Ask You to Make It Again and Again!

We often have crazy busy lives and are not always in the mood to cook an elaborate meal for our family. It is with this in mind that this book was designed with simple, easy to put together in one pot meals. And since the meals are low carb, they are healthier for your family. Avoiding eating process food and high sugar content ingredients that are harmful for your health, you might even lose weight and definitely feel more energized.

Dump meals in this cookbook are prepared in 30 minutes or less in 3 easy steps:

1.Prepare, often ahead of time, your ingredients,
2.Literally dump them in one pot, be it a slow cooker, Dutch oven, stir-frying pan, bowl, ect.,
3.And then, all you need to do, is let your dump meal cook and you are done!

This cookbook contains lots of delicious low carb healthy recipes including:

Mouth-watering chicken dump meals like the Rosemary Chicken with Zucchini Noodles;
Irresistible beef recipes as the Lime Zing Fajitas,
Luscious Pork dishes like the Ginger Pork and Veggies,
Easy to prepare seafood and fish one-pot meals such as the Louisiana Crab Boil,
Memorable vegetarian dump recipes like the Cauliflower Coconut Curry.

With so many advantages, dump meals are a practical, quick and easy solution for all your family meals to let enjoy more time and be healthier.

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