Author Nadine Laman Nadine Laman Books
women's fiction chick lit

"It isn't how long one lives, it is how wide that really matters."

– Kathryn's Beach

"...chase after life with the drive of an eight-year-old chasing an ice cream truck!"

– High Tide

"You are the person you are when you think no one is watching."

– Storm Surge


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Featured Authors

Books for Adults


June Austinwww.JuneAustin.co.uk
Genesis of Man – A fascinating mix of alternative history, ancient wisdom and spirituality which links together many seemingly unrelated topics in one easy to read book.

Thomas Brown
Men Bleed Too – A compelling story of one man's struggle to help his wife fight breast cancer.

She Taught Me To Laugh Again – After losing their spouses, they were hardly able to imagine finding love a second time. A heartwarming true love story.

Joy Collinswww.JoyCollins.com
Coming Together – A story of love and foreign intrigue; a story of the coming together of cultures, passion, and of unbelievable hope in the face of staggering odds. Lives are at stake when Daisy, Luis, and Isabella take on the Brazilian dictatorship in order to bring freedom and a future to those who matter most.

Second Chance – The story of one woman's marriage and how she learns that understanding and forgiveness might be the keys to a second chance at love.

Ray Derbywww.RayDerby.com
Terrorist acts and conspiracy theories abound in Ray's books. Real life Homeland Security expert, Ray writes what he knows! Pure fiction--or is it?

The Shadow Government – When Norm Shepard, a former Marine, is found shot in the back only minutes away from the nation's capital, this sets into motion an investigation that reveals a chilling discovery about a terrorist plot.

Bradley's Ghost – When Running Wolf sees the crashed aircraft on the Sioux land, he photographs the corpses of the eighty-seven souls as they disappear, and the images bring to light the discovery of a diabolic deed.

Clouds of Deception – Within two weeks, our mission will be completed, and, if the president is still alive under that [Cheyenne] mountain, he's to stay there—at least for the next fourteen days. After that, it won't matter.

Irving Karchmarwww.MasteroftheJinn.com
Master of the Jinn – Here is a tale set on the Path of the Heart, a mystical adventure wherein a modern-day Sufi master sends seven companions on a quest for the original Ring of Power, and the greatest treasure of the ancient world - King Solomon's ring.

Cathy Marleywww.CathyMarley.com
Peeking Over the Edge: Views From Life's Middle – A journey of self acceptance as roles and expectations change at midlife. Cathy's stories read like an afternoon talk, like reading her diary while curled up on a sunlit chaise with iced tea, like listening to one's own heart.

Karl Moorewww.KarlMoore.com
The 18 Rules of Happiness – It unveils 18 simple secrets that you can use to begin enjoying profound happiness and freedom in your life.

The Little Book of Inspiration – Inspiration that fits in your pocket! In this simple little book, blogger Karl Moore shares a selection of his favourite inspirational quotes. From Churchill to Disney, discover the wisdom that helps motivate Karl on a daily basis.

The Secret Art of Self-Development: 16 little-known rules for eternal happiness & freedom – Self-development is an amazing quest. It's the desire to find your own freedom and happiness. It's about letting go of limitations, and learning how to live successfully. This book is a series of 16 simple "pep talks" for that self-development journey.

Andrew Revels
Games Poor Kids Play (language warning) Hilarious, irreverent, childhood antics that will have you rolling on the floor and thankful that Andy wasn't your kid.

Diane Keziah Robertsonwww.DianeKRobertsonBooks.com
PASSENGERS – He was a tall, somewhat portly man with heavy, unkempt brows on a face that always seemed to be downcast. He viewed the world as either black or white, grey not even thought of.

The Lacemaker's Daughter – The wind blew all around the cottage, pushing the dried skeletal leaves in front of it, piling them up against the walls and the closed wooden door. The light through the trees that overhung the cottage grew dim, for darkness fell early in November.

Irene Watson
The Sitting Swing: Finding Wisdom to Know the Difference – An unflinching memoir of childhood abuse and despair that unveils the resilience of the human spirit on a journey to healing and happiness. Highly recommended.
 
Young Readers/Children's Books


Kip Cossonwww.KipKids.com
Ned Visits New York – Hard bound, children's Book, beautifully illustrated by the author, about two friends who live worlds apart and meet through bottle messages floated between the South Pole and New York. Enjoy Ned's visit to New York to meet his new friend!

Jeannine Garseewww.JeannineGarsee.com
The Unquiet – Sixteen-year-old Rinn Jacobs has secrets: One, she's bipolar. Two, she killed her grandmother.

Before, After, and Somebody In Between – Young adult/some mature language. Fourteen year-old cellist with big dreams and a bigger mouth, Martha knows her talent will one day help her escape the clutches of her poor white trash life. Martha moves in with a wealthy, seemingly "perfect" family with a few disturbing secrets of its own.

Say the Word – Shawna's life explodes when her openly gay mom suddenly dies, leaving behind a long-time lover, Fran, and Fran's two sons. Her two stepbrothers knew and loved Shawna's mom in a way she never had a chance to. Shawna questions everything she once took for granted: her desire to be perfect, her sexuality, the meaning of friendship—and even her love for her controlling father whose single act of violence she can't forget.

Andy KempAndy D. Kemp Website
Author of Whimsical Will Learns to Fly now doing photography

 

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