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By First Edition Design
In Borrowed Time, Ralph F. Brady’s character Richard Carpenter is diagnosed with a fatal cancer and has less than a year to live. Given the chance, can he travel back in time and change history and his fate?

By Paula Margulies Communications
Book publicist Paula Margulies announces the release of her historical novel, Favorite Daughter, Part One, a first-person retelling of the life story of the famous Native American legend, Pocahontas.

By FRIENDS OF JESUS book
FRIENDS OF JESUS, a new e-book about the days immediately before Jesus commenced His three-year public ministry, offers a fictional and metaphysical perspective that could stir some controversy in traditional religious circles.

By Antellus
Antellus, the private independent publisher of books and ebooks by author Theresa M. Moore, has issued a smaller format edition of the historical/vampire novel.

By Stormtop Publishing
“Naji and the mystery of the dig” launches to inspire an interest in cultural diversity through story-telling.

By David-Michael Harding
David-Michael Harding weaves his admiration of Native American culture and history in his newest release, Losing St. Christopher due out June 4th, 2014

By Author Charles E. “Chuck” Edmonson
Winner of the 2013 Reader Views Literary Award for Best Historical Fiction, C.E. Edmonson’s young adult novel, “Fall Down Seven,” explores the discrimination experienced by Japanese-Americans during World War II and how to overcome prejudice.

By Sharon E. Cathcart, Author
Internationally published author Sharon E. Cathcart has released the long-awaited sequel to her debut novel. "In The Eye of The Storm" is the continuing story of the LeMaître family, introduced in "In The Eye of The Beholder."

By Troubador Publishing Ltd
David Stedman brings fact and fiction together in The Chronicles of Pauncefoot and Longshanks

By It Burns a Lovely Light
“Fiction at its sharpest and most effective” Piedmont Virginian Magazine

By 5 Fold Media
Just released: A Tale of a Templar, a novel about a Templar knight who finds himself in modern-day America.

By Strategic Book Group
Stories of Mankind, From the Beginning of Time, to Present Day to Future

By BookBuzz.net
Searching for Lincoln's Ghost By Barbara J. Dzikowski Was Selected As A B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree Barbara J. Dzikowski is pleased to announce that "Searching for Lincoln's Ghost" is a 2013 B.R.A.G.

By BookBuzz.net
Historical Romance Novel Follows A Southern Belle Around The U.S.

By Lucky Bat Books
Novels explore the history — and a mystery —of religious text illuminators, the possibilities of Neanderthal genes, and more in this year’s latest books.

By Author Jim Musgrave
Pat O’Malley, Civil War veteran, is back in Jim Musgrave’s new mystery “Disappearance at Mount Sinai.” This time, O’Malley’s investigation of a wealthy inventor’s kidnapping leads him to a worldwide eugenics group with nefarious plans.

By Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas
Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas Announces Heritage Beacon Historical Fiction Imprint

By First Edition Design
Power Play, by F. Ethan Repp weaves a tale of political power and corruption spanning the 70’s.

By Booktrope Editions
Historical Fiction: The Secrets of Casanova by author Greg Michaels

By Savvy Corporate Planners+
Author Joszann St. John embarks on Virtual Book Tour for historical fiction novel

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By First Edition Design
In Borrowed Time, Ralph F. Brady’s character Richard Carpenter is diagnosed with a fatal cancer and has less than a year to live. Given the chance, can he travel back in time and change history and his fate?

By Paula Margulies Communications
Book publicist Paula Margulies announces the release of her historical novel, Favorite Daughter, Part One, a first-person retelling of the life story of the famous Native American legend, Pocahontas.

By FRIENDS OF JESUS book
FRIENDS OF JESUS, a new e-book about the days immediately before Jesus commenced His three-year public ministry, offers a fictional and metaphysical perspective that could stir some controversy in traditional religious circles.

By Antellus
Antellus, the private independent publisher of books and ebooks by author Theresa M. Moore, has issued a smaller format edition of the historical/vampire novel.

By Stormtop Publishing
“Naji and the mystery of the dig” launches to inspire an interest in cultural diversity through story-telling.

By David-Michael Harding
David-Michael Harding weaves his admiration of Native American culture and history in his newest release, Losing St. Christopher due out June 4th, 2014

By Author Charles E. “Chuck” Edmonson
Winner of the 2013 Reader Views Literary Award for Best Historical Fiction, C.E. Edmonson’s young adult novel, “Fall Down Seven,” explores the discrimination experienced by Japanese-Americans during World War II and how to overcome prejudice.

By Sharon E. Cathcart, Author
Internationally published author Sharon E. Cathcart has released the long-awaited sequel to her debut novel. "In The Eye of The Storm" is the continuing story of the LeMaître family, introduced in "In The Eye of The Beholder."

By Troubador Publishing Ltd
David Stedman brings fact and fiction together in The Chronicles of Pauncefoot and Longshanks

By Troubador Publishing Ltd
Midwifery and mystery in the eighteenth century unfold in Margaret Morgan’s tale of days gone by

By Troubador Publishing Ltd
In Robert M. K. Turner’s menacing new ebook, Andy’s content family life is descending into darkness as he is drawn towards a living hell…

By It Burns a Lovely Light
“Fiction at its sharpest and most effective” Piedmont Virginian Magazine

By 5 Fold Media
Just released: A Tale of a Templar, a novel about a Templar knight who finds himself in modern-day America.

By Bil Howard Novelist
Colombia is more than coffee and drug cartels. The dream of independence from Spain in this rich cultural gem was as vivid to the people of Colombia as it was to all others who have ever longed for it.

By Authors Leona Bodie and GE Gardiner
Authors Bodie and Gardiner will have readers on the edges of their seats as they ride the high seas into the golden age of piracy with real life 17th century adventurer Jonathan Dickinson in the new thriller “Glimpse of Sunlight,” Book 1.

By Strategic Book Group
Stories of Mankind, From the Beginning of Time, to Present Day to Future

By BookBuzz.net
Searching for Lincoln's Ghost By Barbara J. Dzikowski Was Selected As A B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree Barbara J. Dzikowski is pleased to announce that "Searching for Lincoln's Ghost" is a 2013 B.R.A.G.

By BookBuzz.net
Historical Romance Novel Follows A Southern Belle Around The U.S.

By Lucky Bat Books
Novels explore the history — and a mystery —of religious text illuminators, the possibilities of Neanderthal genes, and more in this year’s latest books.

By Author Jim Musgrave
Pat O’Malley, Civil War veteran, is back in Jim Musgrave’s new mystery “Disappearance at Mount Sinai.” This time, O’Malley’s investigation of a wealthy inventor’s kidnapping leads him to a worldwide eugenics group with nefarious plans.

By Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas
Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas Announces Heritage Beacon Historical Fiction Imprint

By First Edition Design
Power Play, by F. Ethan Repp weaves a tale of political power and corruption spanning the 70’s.

By Booktrope Editions
Historical Fiction: The Secrets of Casanova by author Greg Michaels

By Troubador Publishing Ltd.
In Sandie Amey Vaughan’s compelling narrative, Ibeji, Yewande and her family are torn apart by an unforgivable act of revenge

By Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas
Fields of the Fatherless, Elaine Marie Cooper’s Fourth Novel takes Readers Back in Time to Share a Gripping American Revolution Story is Available on Kindle for just $1.95

By Britt-Marketing
The latest novel from Robert Britt, Blaze Motors has made it into the top 25 books sold on Amazon in the 'Action and Adventure' category.

By Troubador Publishing Ltd.
Granada Gold by SA Carney is a sweeping historical fiction set in Moorish Spain

By Savvy Corporate Planners+
Author Joszann St. John embarks on Virtual Book Tour for historical fiction novel

By BookBuzz.net
International author, Michael Tappenden is pleased to announce the release of his new historical fiction novel, Pegasus to Paradise.

By BookBuzz.net
Author Marilyn Holdsworth is pleased to announce the promotion of historical fiction novel for women – The Beautiful American.

By Imagicopter
Follow Ruth Chernock and her family in the 1700s in Maine and the Manning Family in early 1900s. These stories of historical fiction are gripping. Available from Kim Scott at a great price for a limited time!

By Erudition Digital
The Eagle and the Swan Readers Club enables members to read free previews, give feedback and participate in debates on historical and contemporary social issues relevant to the story.

By Alexemi Publishing/Red Dobie Press
New historical fiction novel Summer Rose, set during the US Civil War, weaves this interesting untold piece of US war history into a romantic and sweeping tale available free on Kindle 8-29-13.

By Third Road Press
Three swashbuckling women in an epic tale reach three Top 50 Amazon lists

By Loblolly Writer's House
Mystery, Suspense, and Romance Against the Backdrop of the Devastated South

By Strategic Book Group
Well researched and beautifully written, "Etta's Lessons" is historical fiction at its finest.

By Troubador Publishing Ltd
Shelagh Mazey launches her second West Country historical novel

By Venatrix
VENATRIX is thrilled to announce the publication of The Seventh Season, a remarkable adventure story that was withdrawn from bookshops on its original publication in 1965.

By P. O. Dixon, Author
Regency romance author, P. O. Dixon, announces her new release, Only a Heartbeat Away: Pride & Prejudice Novella, is now available on Amazon. Only a Heartbeat Away is the writer’s ninth re-telling of Jane Austen's timeless classic.

By BookBuzz.net
Florida author, Kyle Keyes is pleased to announce his intriguing novel, Quantum Roots

By Troubador Publishing Ltd
Listening to Brahms takes Margaret back in time, to recall her first romance, and this memory leads her to fall in love all over again...

By Synchronista LLC
For anyone who has ever dreamed about time travel, or wondered what it would be like to live during the late Victorian age, there’s a new fiction book that delivers on that promise with intelligence and intrigue, humor and heartbreak.

By Plum Street Press
Royal Baby Watch: New novel explores the importance and intrigue of royal heirs, just in time for England's newest successor

By BookBuzz.net
Canadian author, Mike Hartner is pleased to announce the release of his new book, I, Walter.

By Arbor Books
“Jason As a Boy” by W. Schoellkopf is a classic tale of a boy's passage from adolescence to manhood.

By Pneuma Springs Publishing
Harry Riley launches a new gripping mystery novel, following on from ‘Sins of the Father,’ set in the Scottish Borders and the glorious Tweed Valley - The Laird of Castle Ballantine.

By Reader Views
Two wars—one soldier. Sam Kensington is confused and curious why, as a Vietnam soldier, he is dreaming of being a Union soldier in the Civil War. The mystery unfolds in Don Meyer’s realistic award-winning historical novel “The American War.”

By Brighton Press Room
Fueled by adventure, romance, and numerous historic truths, author Kenny Russ Warren transplants readers back to 1937 and the Japanese attack on the citizens of Nanking, China

By BookBuzz.net
Author, William F. Powers, Jr. is pleased to announce the promotion of his humorous coming of age story, The Easter Bunny Conspiracy.

By Karl Vanghen
‘Lowertown’, Vanghen's historical fiction novel, centers on St. Paul’s part in the Civil War. It is based on the formation of the Civilian Alliance Committee, formed to replace police and fire personnel who answered the call to arms in 1861



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