New Release Books!

Here are six great new release books that you should really get your hands on soon!

‘Bound’ by R.M. Gauthier.

Avid readers of the Landon Miller mystery/thriller books can finally buy and read their copy of ‘Bound’ today!

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‘Bound’ is the sequel to ‘Control’ by R.M. Gauthier. Readers are keen to know answers to their questions about Landon Miller, and they’re dying to know what happens in Lexi’s life.
“Whatever happened that fateful night – the night Landon walked out on her – it’s not something Lexi is willing to let go. Determined, she will do whatever it takes, harass Landon’s employee’s, stalk the FBI, even alienate the people closest to her. Anything to solve the mystery of Landon Miller.”

You can find ‘Control’ and all of Renee’s books on Amazon, where they’re free for Kindle Unlimited readers.

 

 Two new releases by J.S. Frankel.Jesse Frankel Wink

Jesse was featured in an author spotlight on the Book Squirrel blog last month.

Wink made its debut on April 4th, and poses some really interesting questions.
“Imagine fading out from a world you know and fading into a world you don’t. That’s what happens to teen Virgil West, a resident of planet Earth who is soon about to become a resident of…somewhere else. “

Jesse Frankel Star Maps

Star Maps landed on earth just yesterday! It’s brand new, and offers some thought-provoking YA reading.
“Carl Thornton, seventeen-year-old stargazer and total nerd, resides in Reno, Nevada, and lives for watching the night sky. His dream—discover a UFO. His mantra—“Seeing is believing.” 

He meets Grace Paxton, and finds out through a series of circumstances, that she, her family and friends, aren’t exactly from around here.”

All of Jesse’s books are available on Amazon.

 

A new short story title from Safa Shaqsy.

Safa Shaqsy is an exciting YA sci-fi writer from the Middle East. Her stories are interesting and her book covers are incredible!

Safa Shaqsy Asrinia 2

Asrinia Part Two came to life on April 26th. This is a continuation of the cyberpunk story, Asrinia, that Safa released in February.

In Part One, Asrinia had run away and found herself in the Forgotten land where she met a boy who challenged her to get out of her comfort zone. Together, they began the search for her father.
In Part Two, Asrinia continues her adventure with Roma and Kiram to find her father, after he was kidnapped by cyborgs. The race is on to find Asrinia’s father before he is murdered.

All of Safa Shaqsy’s books are available on Amazon.

 

Another great short story read from India Emerald.

India has featured a number of times on the Book Squirrel blog: in an author spotlight, new release updates and book reviewsIndia Emerald Sparks In The Sky

‘Sparks In The Sky’ promises to deliver more of the intriguing mystery and beautiful storytelling that we have come to expect from India Emerald.
“Every day is a battle to the death for the Rubis and Ombris Elementals. It doesn’t matter how it starts, it always ends the same way, every morning they awaken reset. So when Flavia discovers a shift within the two tribes, she must act quickly to save them all.”

You can find all of India Emerald’s books on Amazon.

 

Another great read from Alan VanMeter. 

Alan Van Meter Pipeline Through Purple Mist‘Pipeline Through Purple Mist’ is a paranormal/ scifi story of racism, hatred, and close encounters on the Navajo reservation in New Mexico.
“He had just recently gotten married, and now he was heading out of town to do a job making more money than he had in his entire lifetime. It wasn’t right for newlyweds to be separated so early in their marriage, but money talks and bullshit walks. Little did Alfonso know that this was the beginning of the worst times in his life.

If sci-fi is your thing, check out all of Alan’s books on Amazon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Release Books.

Hey, readers!
There are some fantastic new release books that you need to know about.

‘Sweet Discovery’ by Aliya DalRae.Aliya DalRae Sweet Discovery

This is the second book in the Jessica Sweet series, featuring paranormal romance, vampires, and some excellent writing. ‘Sweet Vengeance’ introduced us to Jessica, Raven, Piper and a bunch of other great characters in a story that made us laugh, cry, and hold our breath.  Sweet Discovery promises to deliver more of everything!
Read the Book Squirrel review of Sweet Vengeance.
See the Book Squirrel author spotlight on Aliya DalRae.

Sweet Discovery is available on Amazon and free for subscribers to Kindle Unlimited.

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‘Stained Glass’ by Joanne Van Leerdam.

The poems in this book are powerful and thought-provoking,
giving the reader the distinct impression that this woman has
lived, loved and lost but come out stronger at the end of it
all. The poems are well-written and easy to read.
Given that it’s National Poetry Month, this was a timely release.

It’s a small collection of 22 poems, but well worth the 99c price
tag.

It’s available in your favourite digital bookstore.

‘Titans of Ardana 2 – Battlefield’ by Jesse Frankel   Jesse Frankel Titans of Ardana 2 Battlefield.

This humorous YA sci-fi-style book is a sequel to ‘Titans of Ardana’ in which we met Martin and Dana, a crime-fighting teen couple with superpowers and personality a-plenty.

Frankel writes fabulous YA books that are engaging and thought-provoking reads for teens and young adults.

‘Titans of Ardana 2 – Battlefield’ is on Amazon, alongside the other titles by Jesse Frankel.

COMING SOON! Available for pre-order.

Renee Gauthier Bound

‘Bound’ is the sequel to ‘Control’ by R.M. Gauthier. Readers are keen to know answers to their questions about Landon Miller, and they’re dying to know what happens in Lexi’s life.

Avid readers of the Landon Miller mystery/thriller books can pre-order their copy of ‘Bound’ today, so that they can read it as soon as it’s released.

‘Bound’ is listed for pre-order on Amazon and will be free for subscribers to Kindle Unlimited.

April Reading List Challenge

March didn’t quite go as expected. How on earth is it April already?

Needless to say, I didn’t get through all the books on my list for March. It was a combination of factors, being an action-packed month at work which meant taking more work home, and getting distracted by my own writing and  organising a new release!
The books still on the pile have been carried over to April, with a couple of others added.

In March, I read all of ‘Call of Sunteri’ by Missy Sheldrake, and half each of two other books: ‘An Enlightening Quiche’ by Eva Pasco, and ‘Sediments’ – the poetry of Lyra Shanti.

‘Call of Sunteri’ is a beautifully written, magical adventure tale for YA and older.
You can read the official Book Squirrel review for more information and links.

Lyra Shanti’s poetry is beautiful and vivid. It winds tendrils of love, desire and angst around your imagination and forces it to paint pictures for you. I’ve not finished reading it, so keep an eye out for that review this month.

‘An Enlightening Quiche’ has a lot more depth and profundity than one might expect from a book titled after quiche. I’m really enjoying it. The review will happen soon!

Which brings us to my April reads.

‘Christmas Miracle in July’ and ‘Christmas Miracle on Valentine’s Day’ by  R.M. Gauthier.

These twin novellas blend humour, small-town life and unexpected romance. I wonder, though, if the romance is the only thing that will take the reader by surprise? I suspect not.

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‘Souls Discovered’ by Miranda Brock. Fantasy, adventure, mythical beasts and a quest. It already sounds like a winner to me!
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‘The Dying of the Mother Seed’ by India Emerald. I’ve loved everything I’ve read by this author so far. I’m looking forward to this.

At the time I wrote this, The Dying of the Mother Seed was still listed as free on Amazon. I don’t know how long that will last.
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‘Snowberry Blossom’ is a short story/novella that fits into the Keepers of the Wellsprings series right after ‘Call of Sunteri’. I’m sneaking it in because it’s short, and because I can’t wait to keep reading this series.
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If you’re looking for something new and different, you could try ‘Stained Glass’ by Joanne Van Leerdam.  This new release was featured on the Book Squirrel blog last week.
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This is a collection of  22 poems for and about women, by a woman who is striving to live, love, work and make sense of the world she lives in.

Available now in your favourite eBook store, and permanently priced at $0.99.

New Release: Stained Glass by Joanne Van Leerdam

‘Stained Glass’ is a eBook that presents a collection
of  22 poems for  and about women, by a woman Promo Stained Glass Coverwho is striving to live, love, work and make sense of the world she lives in.

‘Stained Glass’ is poetry that reflects the light and shade of life, and all the colours in between.

The poems celebrate the strength and extraordinary resilience of women through the exploration of diverse issues, including love, loss, social expectations, self-awareness and personal integrity.
In rare moments the glass is rose-coloured; elsewhere, the window is astonishingly clear.
There are 7 brand new poems in this collection.
Some of these poems – roughly one-third – are in Van Leerdam’s first collection, ‘Leaf’, and others – another third – are in her recent release, ‘Nova’.
‘Stained Glass’ will be permanently priced at 99c, and is available on AmazoniBookskobo and other digital stores.